Global Haryana News/ Faridabad :16 November The fifth edition of three-day Manav Rachna Model United Nations (MRMUN) organized by Manav Rachna International School, Sector-14, Faridabad concluded today with a grand ceremony at Manav Rachna campus. More than 400 student delegates from across 25 schools of Delhi-NCR and BhavanVidyalaya, Chandigarh enthusiastically showcased their debating skills during the event. Categorized in the nine committees and representing diverse nations, delegates put forth their ideas and recommendations to take a step to resolve the global issues.
The enthusiasm and energy of the delegates fascinated everyone present. Chief Guest for the day, Ms. G. Anupama (IAS), Commissioner, Faridabad Division expressed her delight to witness the ebullience of the young minds suggesting solutions for the global concerns.
Also, present on the occasion were Dr. Prashant Bhalla, President, Manav Rachna Educational Institutions (MREI); Ms. Tatiana Perova, Head of Training, Russian Centre; Ms. DeepikaBhalla, Executive Director, MRIS-14; Ms. Sanyogita Sharma, Director- MRIS; Ms. MamtaWadhwa, Director Principal, MRIS-14 Faridabad, and representatives from various participating schools.
Addressing the enthusiastic students, Ms. G. Anupamasaid, “United Nations gives us the prime lesson of peaceful co-existence. It acts as an instrument of human growth and from there, you should draw a lesson for your own life”. She shared the very valuable aspects for the way forward, i.e. dialogue, discussion and deliberation, and facets that help a millennial grow- peace and stability’. She added, “Success is a journey and what matters is whether you have enjoyed the journey or not. This success would inspire you to give back to your nation for you are blessed with the best in what you have achieved”.
Congratulating the students for the wonderful display of their skills at MRMUN, Dr. Prashant Bhalla said, “At Manav Rachna, we try to facilitate students with the right kind of education delivery wherein we focus on learning & innovation skills, digital and literacy skills, and career and life skills. The purpose of this MUN conference and the curriculum we deliver at our schools reiterate the purpose of giving back to the society in the best way possible”.
In this edition of MRMUN, a stimulating environment merged with an academic fervor was a sheer treat for the eminent dignitaries wherein delegates pondered upon issues like Fake News in India, Annexation of Crimea, Countering the illicit drug trade in the golden crescent, and others. With an astounding level of realism, the delegates presented themselves adorned with the wings of imagination coupled with the sense of responsibility to immerse in the world of passionate discussions, debates and deliberations.
Ms. MamtaWadhwa encouraged all the participants and said, “During this three-day conference, students have displayed extraordinary sense of rationality making the developmental culture at schools and mentoring evident in every possible way.”