‘300 students from 8 states to participate in MUN conference on 28-29th April’
Udaipur : Taking an initiative to sensitize the youths on problems facing the world and the country and discuss these issues on a common platform so as to get a solution for them, students of the Mohanlal Sukhadia University’s Law college are organizing a Model United Nations’ (MUN) conference on 28 and 29th April in Udaipur. More than 300 participants from 8 states are expected to take part in the event where students would form teams and would be assigned to research about a country. They would then take on roles as diplomats,investigate international issues and debates and develop solutions to world problems.
“Today’s youth is raging with ambition to bring about a change in society. Model united nations is an academic simulation of the united nations that aims to educate participants about civics, current events and diplomacy. The aim of the event is to take upan exercise in research, teamwork and public speaking which are skills greatly required for professionals and the participants would get an exposure to them while they are still a student” Prof Anand Paliwal, Dean Law college said. ” There would be 4 committees namely Lok Sabha, All India Political Parties Meet (AIPPM),International Press (IP) and United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). Participants would be assigned portfolios or countries they will have to represent. In Lok Sabha the MPs gather together to discuss any issues regarding welfare of the country and also amends, passes bill, ordinances to the same, being the legislative body of the govt, coming to the procedural part Lok Sabha has zero hour, question hour.
AIPPM stands for all India political meet, where the high commands of all national and regional political parties gather together to come to a common consensus on resolving a disputed issue ,which cannot be solved in Loksabha. The AIPPM takes decision on what is to be done and produces a draft communique on the same . In AIPPM all the parties are supposed to submit position papers regarding the political stance of their respective parties and what solution do they propose to the dispute” Mariya Paliwala, the organizing secretary informed. Agenda for the UNHRC would be human rights crisis in Maldives while LokSabha would discuss on Uniform Civil Code.