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Jain International School hosts Indian International MUN, Worlds largest MUN 2016 – 17

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Jain International hosted Nagpur’s largest and most prestigious Model United Nations (MUN) conference, with 350 students participating in this conference. Jain International School broke its previous record of hosting Indian International Model United Nations and received a tremendous response from all prestigious schools of Nagpur.
IIMUN has added many more feathers in its cap this year by conducting 108 conferences in India and 15 different countries. It also became the first organisation to conduct a Model United Nations conference inside the UN Headquarters and will be doing so again next year with 1400 students.
The Conference was inaugurated by Mr.Sameer Bendre, Chief Peoples Officer of Persistent Systems, Deputy President of IIMUN, Mr. Hardik Jain, Director General, IIMUN Nagpur, Mr. Arnav Javeri, Director of Jain International School- Mr. Anuj Badjate Managing, Trustee, Ms.Priti Badjate, Trustee, Mr. Tushar Badjate and Principal, Ms.Anmol Badjatia. This was followed by a Ganesh Vandana where a Kathak dance was performed by the students
Mr. Tushar Badjate shared his experience of participating as a delegate in such conferences and inspired the students through his learnings. He motivated the students to be well informed about the current affairs. .Mr.Sameer Bendre enlightened and motivated the students through his words of wisdom and spoke about mental agility and how it helps us adapt to new technologies & new situations.
The event had 350 student delegates and who debated and deliberated on various issues.
Day 2 of this conference began with enthusiastic delegates from different schools from and around Nagpur, representing different countries. The delegates were divided into 8 committees who deliberated on topics of international concern. The committees were UNSC, DISEC, WHO,UNESCAP, HRC, LOK SABHA, JPS. The conference aimed at developing verbal skills in terms of conduct during an actual UN session, the writing skills for amendment and resolutions, knowledge of topics, parliamentary procedures and procedural skills required. The actual working of UN sessions was explained and discussed; many motions were presented and debated.
The delegates debated on topics like – Protections of Civilians in the Context of Peacekeeping Operations, Role of Science and Technology in International Security and Disarmament, Ethics of Healthcare in Warzones, Demonetization, Improving Environmental Programs in Developing Countries, Reviewing Reservation System in India.
The eight committees ended their sessions by passing resolutions after heated debates on their topics of discussion. Apart from many reforms, countries also suggested regional representation of veto powers from each continent which was both opposed & consented to by the delegates of many countries. Three participants from each committee were awarded the Best Delegate, High Commendation and Special Mention awards.
The closing ceremony was presided over by RSS Nagpur Mahanagar Sanchalak- C A Rajesh Loya, Deputy President of IIMUN, Mr. Hardik Jain, Director General, IIMUN Nagpur, Mr. Arnav Javeri, Mr. Anuj Badjate, Mr. Tushar Badjate and Ms.Anmol Badjatia.
Ms.Anmol Badjatia spoke about the various skills that the students learn from such conferences. She emphasized the importance of acquiring communication skills, diplomacy, good team work, negotiation skills and many more as also learning about world history and how it has shaped the world as we see it today.
C.A. Rajesh Loya emphasized that the students should strive for continuous improvement and try to achieve excellence.
The closing ceremony concluded with a prize distribution ceremony. The students of JIS who excels were Aadarsh Chourasia (Std IX) bagged Best Delegate, Avni Tambi (Std X) and Romir Mathur (Std X) bagged High Commendation Award, while Govind Pandey (Std VIII), Mudita Tekriwal (Std X),Neeti Tatiya (Std X),Yash Bhartiya (Std VIII)and Palak Chopra (Std IX) Verbal Appreciation.
Jain International School has been invited to be the participants as delegates for the Championship Conference at UN Headquarters -NYC August, 2017.

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Jain International School in association with IIMUN (Indian International Model United Nations) made Nagpur proud by hosting the Nagpur Chapter of IIMUN. This was the first MUN hosted by Nagpur.

The event was inaugurated by the Honourable Chief Minister of Maharashtra and the Advisory Board member of Jain International School, Shri Devendra Fadnavis. The dignitaries who graced the event were Shri. Ajay Sancheti – MP (Rajya Sabha), Shri Sameer Meghe – MLA, Mr. Rishabh Shah, President, IIMUN Mr.Sanjay Lathkar- DIG(CRPF) , Naitik Shah – Director General, IIMUN (Nagpur Chapter). Also present on the dais were the Members of the Management-Shri Shantilalji Badjate – Chairman, Mr.Anuj Badjate- Director, Mrs.Priti Badjate-Managing Trustee, Mr.Tushar Badjate- Trustee, Mr.Sanjeev Agrawal-CEO of the Trust, and Mrs.Anmol Badjatia- Principal.
The event was inaugurated by lighting the traditional lamp by Shri.Devendra Fadnavis .This was followed by a small presentation by the students of Jain International School. A mesmerizing performance was given by the Trash Band of the school – Beat Box.
Mr. Rishabh Shah spoke passionately about securing a permanent seat for India in the Security Council, which was greeted by an overwhelming response by the dignitaries on the dais and the audience.
Mr. Anuj Badjate thanked the dignitaries, especially the CM for his constant support to the school and promised to contribute to the development in the education field. He also congratulated IIMUN for its success.
The CM, Shri.Devendraji Fadanvis, emphasized the power of youth and its endeavor to give India an important place in the Security Council. He shared Swami Vivekanand’s ideas regarding tolerance and world peace. He also spoke about the role the youth of India will be playing in the next decade. He opined that India does not want to rule , but guide the world.

The Chief Minister also answered a few questions asked by the students about the improvement of primary education in Maharashtra as well as his initiation into politics.
DIG, CRPF, Mr. Sanjay Lathkar spoke extensively on India’s role in the UN and described the youth as a ray of light to enlighten everyone.

The event had 300 student delegates and who debated and deliberated on various issues, under the guidance of faculty advisors of IIMUN.

The event was compered by Mr.Mithilesh Pathak-HOD Hindi and Ms. Charu Gulati – HOD in Secondary Section as well as the IIMUN Co-ordinator of Jain International School.

Day 2 of this conference began with enthusiastic delegates from different schools from and around Nagpur, representing different countries. The delegates were divided into 9 committees who deliberated on topics of international concern. The conference aimed at developing verbal skills in terms of conduct during an actual UN session, the writing skills for amendment and resolutions, knowledge of topics, parliamentary procedures and procedural skills required. The actual working of UN sessions was explained and discussed, many motions were presented and debated.

They spoke eloquently on topics like – Reduction in the nuclear stockpile, Hydraulic franking, Discrimination of women in the armed forces, Inspection of spot fixing in IPL, Development of Australia and Nigeria’s space programmes and review of different reservation quotas.

The nine committees ended their sessions by passing resolutions after debates galore on their topics of discussion. Apart from many reforms, countries also suggested regional representation of veto powers from each continent which was both opposed & consented to by the delegates of many countries. Three participants from each committee were awarded the Best Delegate, High Commendation and Special Mention awards.
The Best Delegation award was given to CPS, Wardhaman Nagar. Jain International School has been invited to be the participants as delegates for the Championship Conference at Mumbai in August, 2016.

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