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MUN Club

     We believe that Model United Nations enables young minds to form a perspective on global problems and understand them from different point of views. It is the perfect platform for students to address matters of vitality and express their opinions about global activities of concern, be it the various armed conflicts around the world, issues of human rights, health and medical issues or issues relating to economic relations. 
Intense debate in committees ehances the speaking skills of students, helps them immensely to fully understand the gravity of the problems, while they study them in detail from the economic, social and political point of views. The world community today needs a group of people with an international outlook to solve problems. A Model United Nations is the best place to instill these qualities in students. At LMGMUN we will simulate five committees to enable students to discuss issues of different concerns affecting different regions of the world.


The third session of La Martiniere Girls’ Model United Nations was held from the 2 nd to the 4 th of June,2017. The opening ceremony was held in school where the delegates were treated to an enlighteningspeech by the Chief Guest Dr Kriti Narain, a former Principal of Jai Hind College, Mumbai and the Guestof Honour Miss Renu Mishra, a renowned lawyer.This year, the Model UN boasted of a host of seven innovative committees. It was the efforts of the whole LMGMUN team which led this event to success. The secretariat worked day and night to make sure everything was in order. This hard working group consisted of Shubhi Singh as the SecretaryGeneral and Devyanshi Agarwal, as the Deputy Secretary General, along with Ramsha Midhat, VaniViswanathan, Ishita Kumar, Vanshika Sharma, Medha Singh, Kashish Gupta and Khushi Mehrotra.Through her support and guidance, Mrs Anjana Ambili, the Faculty Advisor, acted as the backbone of theconference. The International Press, headed by Fizza Suhel, made sure that the delegates got all theinsights to the committees. After three days of discussion, the conference came to an end on 4 th June. The audience was addressed by the School Principal, Mrs. Aashrita Dass, as well the Chief Guest Mr.Aseem Arun, a senior IPS officer in the closing ceremony where the awards were announced.

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