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Jodhamal students attend Welham boys Mun 2018
9/21/2018 11:16:31 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 21: A delegation comprising of eleven delegates and two escort teachers attended the Welham Boys MUN 2018 and created a mark by winning six awards in different committees with their copious tactics of dealing with international issues during various sessions of the conference.
Even amongst the topnotch schools like the Doon School Dehradun, Mayo College Boys, Shri Ram School Aravalli, Sanskar Valley Delhi, the delegates from Jodhamal Public School were able to win various accreditations in different committees.
Amongst the various delegates were Vidur and Aleena who were a part of the UNSC and won honorary mention for their eloquent oratory skills. Representing the French Republic, they tackled pressing and geopolitical agenda of the Rohingiyan Muslim Refugees and passed a comprehensive resolution regarding the same.
Being members of the most consequential and influential organ of the UN Vidur nad Aleena displayed high standards of diplomatic courtesy while deliberating on human rights and territorial integrity of member nations and affected population.
Arsh and Muddabir were the delegates of France and won outstanding delegates by putting valid arguments in favour of their country's various policies related to the agenda. Being members of one of the largest UN organ, the General Assembly, they tackled with the help of other member nations of the UNGA IV, the major threat of unexpected explosive objects .
Vanshaj Sharma being Rajnath Singh, was member of the Lok Sabha and won the honorary mention for his war of words and line of reasoning in the committee. Lok Sabha touched sensitive parts of the Kashmir issue, which were deliberated at length by the delegates, where Vanshaj was able to outshine many in the true spirit of the Indian parliament.
Raghav, a delegate of Estonia in UNGA DISEC, bagged the verbal mention for putting up valid crises solving arguments in the committee. Being the first committee of the General assembly, the delegates were placed at highly responsible positions which were handled by the JMPIAN.
Kritnay and Vaani charge of the world powers of Russia and Canada in DISEC and NATO respectively while Raza performed exceedingly well as the delegate of Poland in the Counter Terrorism Committee. Zitin was a member of the Rajya Sabha while Jaiverdhan held the office of the Lok Sabha.
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