- Marian Delegation to CHEMUN X

I was indeed fortunate to have led the Marian Delegation to CHEMUN X, one of the largest and most diverse conferences to be hosted by the American International School Chennai. There were more than 400 students representing 26 schools from India and the Middle East, and it created an educational simulation that was both dynamic and thought provoking. The theme of the conference was “Accountability and Progress” which truly captures the spirit behind the United Nations’ newly birthed Sustainable Development Goals to be achieved by 2030.

I found the committees engaging and constructive. Most importantly, utmost care was taken by the AISC MUN Co-Advisors to ensure that student delegates and faculty present from other schools, were not only effectively involved in the discussions taking place, but were also made to contribute to the smooth running of the Conference. We had to submit our observations with respect to the Student Officers, the Chairperson and Deputy-Chair, whether they were following the rules of procedure and looking into the active participation of all delegates in their respective committees, and to suggest reforms. The three days of intense discussion and resolution making went by quickly, with each one of us asking for more. The climax of CHEMUN X for me was when Lisa Martin, Head of THIMUN Qatar appreciated the delivery and profound arguments put across by Sparsh Chetri of Class X in the Special Conference on Corruption.

The other Marian Delegates who deserve kudos for making their presence felt in their respective committees and for submitting excellent resolutions were Swapnil Datta, Sugandha Bora, Tania Choudhury and Himaghna Baruah.

Mausumi Mahanta
MUN Director
Maria’s Public School


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