In an impressive display of diplomatic acumen, knowledge, and eloquence, the students of The Khaitan School left an indelible mark at the GD Goenka Global School Model United Nations (MUN) conference. The event witnessed participation from esteemed institutions, with The Khaitan School proudly sending 30 delegates to showcase their prowess in various committees. This remarkable cohort consisted of 25 senior and 5 middle school students who not only participated but also succeeded in clinching awards in every category they contested, ultimately securing the prestigious Overall School Trophy.
The GD Goenka Global School MUN, known for its rigorous debates and intellectual rigor, provided an ideal platform for young minds to engage in constructive dialogue on pressing global issues. The conference encourages students to simulate the role of diplomats, addressing a spectrum of challenges ranging from international security and human rights to economic cooperation and sustainable development. The Khaitan School delegates approached the conference with a blend of determination and finesse, earning accolades and recognition across various committees.
The list of winners from The Khaitan School at the GD Goenka Global School MUN 2023 is nothing short of impressive. In the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC), Pritika Sharma secured a verbal mention, while Sanvi Verma’s outstanding performance earned her the Best Delegate award. Navyaa Yadav received a Special Mention for her contributions, and Jayanti Jha and Arya Khanna both received Verbal Mentions, demonstrating their command over the intricate workings of the council.
The Indian War Cabinet committee witnessed the dominance of Khaitan School students as Aryan Sunil claimed a Verbal Mention, and Naman Kaushik’s exceptional skills led him to secure the Best Delegate title. Shlok Jha, representing the middle school division, was awarded a High Commendation for his remarkable performance in the Indian War Cabinet.
The All India Political Party Meet (AIPPM) saw Rhythm Preet and Rohak Jain bagging Verbal Mention awards for their thoughtful contributions. Anwesha Srivastava secured a Verbal Mention in the UN Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW) committee, while Vanya Gupta received a Verbal Mention in the All India Political Party Meet (AIPPM) committee. Additionally, Pranshu Singh and Arya Khanna were recognized with a Special Mention and Verbal Mention respectively for their roles in the Shadow Table committee.
The triumph of The Khaitan School’s delegates at the GD Goenka Global School MUN is a testament to their dedication, research, and oratory skills. Their achievements underscore the school’s commitment to nurturing holistic development and fostering critical thinking among its students. With their exemplary performance, The Khaitan School has once again demonstrated its prowess on the MUN circuit, solidifying its reputation as a powerhouse of young diplomatic talent.