The KLESCET I-MUN is the perfect platform for you to step up take over the dais and voice up your ideas for a better globalized nation.
KLESCET I-MUN is replica of United Nations to be conducted on 29th and 30th September in KLES College of Engineering and Technology. In this event you will have to form a team of two and register. Once the registration procedure is completed a country will be allotted to your team. A Team of two students will be the delegates representing a particular country in the assembly and will be discussing on two main current global issues.
The event will be conducted in two rounds:
Round 1: Presentation round which includes the preparation of a powerpoint presentation profiling your country which will be conducted on 26th of September. It will be an elimination round.
Round 2: It will be conducted on 29th and 30th. On these days you- the delegates will be addressing to two major issues and drafting resolutions to make the world a better place to live in.
To register please fill in your details in online form.
The last date for registration is 25th Sept. 2015
VENUE and DATE
Round 1 – KLE MSS CET Campus Udyambag Belgaum – 26 / Sept / 2015
Round 2 – Silver Jubilee Auditorium KLE MSS CET Campus Udyambag Belgaum – 29th and 30thSept 2015.
For more details contact your college coordinator or any of the following people:
7829282999 or 8884947851
WHAT IS I-MUN?
Model United Nations is an authentic simulation of the UN General Assembly, UN Security Council, or other multilateral body, which introduces students to the world of diplomacy, negotiation, and decision making. The students, better known as “DELEGATES”, debate current issues on the organization’s vast agenda. They prepare draft resolutions, plot strategy, negotiate with supporters and adversaries, resolve conflicts, and navigate through the UN’s rules of procedure – all in the interest of resolving problems that affect the world. Before playing out their ambassadorial roles in Model UN, students research the particular global problem to be addressed. Model UN delegates learn how the international community acts on the concerns about peace and security, human rights, the environment, food and hunger, economic development, and globalization. They also observe closely at the needs, aspirations and foreign policy of the country they “REPRESENT” at the event. The insights they gain from their exploration of history, geography, culture, economics, societal status and technological advancement – contribute to the authenticity of the simulations once the actual role-playing gets underway and ensures a lively and memorable experience.
Model UN not only involves young people in the study and discussion of global issues, but also encourages the development of skills useful throughout their lives – skills including research techniques, writing, public speaking, problem-solving, conflict resolution, compromise and cooperation. As many nations move to implement standards for global citizenship, Model UN is proving to be an innovative platform to prepare students for career development.