Three-day Model United Nations session at KITSW
A three-day Model United Nations session (MUN) has been launched at Kakatiya Institute of Technology and Science, Warangal (KITSW) with an objective of creating awareness among students on world affairs.
Warangal: A three-day Model United Nations session (MUN) has been launched at Kakatiya Institute of Technology and Science, Warangal (KITSW) with an objective of creating awareness among students on world affairs.
The event titled KITSMUN-2018 was organised by Student Activity Centre (SAC), Literary Club of KITSW. It was inaugurated by the principal P Venkateswara Rao at the college on Friday. Addressing the students, the principal said Model United Nations was a simulation of United Nations Committee proceedings. There were two committees with two sessions conducted for three days.
The committees of KITSMUN 2018 are United Nations General Assembly and their agenda was Nuclear Proliferation and United Nations Human Rights Council and their agenda was Human Rights Violations by ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
The Dean (Student affairs) K Sridhar said the student participants represent a country and try to work out solutions to ongoing crises of global significance during the three-day session. It was aimed at helping students get skills of public speaking, familiarise with current world issues, diplomacy and negotiation skills and boost their leadership skills.
Faculty Coordinator G Manjulatha Devi said participating students will be given a stationery kit, merit certificate, cash prizes of Rs12000. The event was an effort to create social awareness to eradicate terrorism and improve the social responsibility among student community. Senior faculty members K Ashoka Reddy and KVV Seshagiri Rao, student coordinators and students from various colleges were present.
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