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IIMUN Jamshedpur conference concludes, students awarded

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Jamshedpur: IIMUN (Indian International Model United Nations) Jamshedpur (second edition) sessions organised by Hill Top School continued on Sunday, October 29. 120 delegates from 13 schools of Jamshedpur participated in the event.

The committees discussed various topics ranging from- Cyber War, atrocities against Dalits, meeting the SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) and climate change.

This was followed by the declaration of the results. The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) committee discussed about ‘The Question of Cyber War’. Best Delegates (Gold) award went to Omkar Mishra of Narbheram Hansraj English School and Sarthak Sharan of DAV Public School.

High Commendation (Silver) award was bagged by Fatima Nadeem and Rashi Bagaria of Mount Litera School. Special Mention (Bronze) was awarded to Iffat Firdaus and Shishir Lal of Mount Litera School.

The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) committee discussed about ‘ Laying down a roadmap for meeting the SDG (Sustainable Development Goals), goal 5’. Akansha Chachra of J.H Tarapore School won the Best Delegate (Gold) award, followed by Swarnima Anand of Vidya Bharati Chinmaya Vidyalaya who won the High Commendation (Silver) and Rini Bhatia of Carmel Junior College won the special mention bronze award.
Lok Sabha committee discussed about ‘Addressing the atrocities against Dalits’.

Nikhil Kumar of Rajendra Vidyalaya bagged the Best Delegate (Gold) award. Aishani Mishra of Rajendra Vidyalaya won the High Commendation (Silver) while Kritika Singh of DAV Public School received the Special Mention (Bronze).

The committee United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific (UNESCAP) discussed about ‘Fostering developing countries capacities for climate change adoption’. Atirek Aryan, Hill top School won the Best Delegates (Gold) followed by Tejaswani Sakhuja of Carmel Junior College and Ambuj Mishra of Hill Top School.

In the International Press (IP) committee- Sulagana Banerjee of Carmel Junior College won the best journalist award and Animesh Kumar of Hill top School bagged the best photographer award.

All prizes comprise medals or trophies, gift cards and certificates. IIMUN is the simulation of the processes of UNO in order to train students to become diplomats of the future.

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