IIMUN: (creativity)

L1 – Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth:
After participating in India’s International Movement to Unite Nations I discovered that researching about global/national issues was one of the thing that I am good at and because of this strength I was able to counter back a lot of points and win second position.

L2 – Demonstrate that challenges have been undertaken in developing new skills:
I was able to improve my researching skills while preparing for IIMUN. One of the challenge that I faced was that I had to prepare/write every speech before speaking anything, I could not speak anything impromptu even though I have full background knowledge, I generally become nervous. To overcome this challenge I will try communicating with people in English in my daily life which will help in developing my impromptu speaking skills.

L4 – Show commitment to and perseverance in CAS experiences:
To win any award you have to participate actively throughout the MUN by continuously sharing new points, give comments and so you will need perseverance and commitment to win any prize.

L5 – Demonstrate the skills and recognize the benefits of working collaboratively:
We had to work collaboratively to finalize a resolution at the end on the MUN. Resolution is like a working paper which includes all the possible solutions we can think of as a team to solve the conflict assigned to our committee. The MUN only ends when a resolution passes. To make the resolution, teamwork and corporation between the two opposing sides is required.

L6 – Demonstrate engagement with issues of global significance:
MUN’s generally have agendas related to any global issue. The issue catered in our committee (UNSC- united nations of security council) was “Investigating China’s role in the corona virus pandemic” where the country assigned to me was France.

L7 – Recognize and consider the ethics of choices and actions:
While working on the resolution we had to analyse the solutions already given by nations for the given problem and how ethical and practical those solutions were and then we had to make changes or think of new solutions.

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