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Conference Handbook

It is my honor and pleasure to welcome you on behalf of the entire


Secretariat of Gitanjali MUN to its inaugural edition. It is with delectation
that we present to you five committees at our conference which will be held
on the 2nd, 3rd, and the 4th of October.

Gitanjali MUN will create opportunities for potential leaders of the


generation - to engage in multi-faceted dialogue, face personal growth, gain
comprehensive perspectives on world issues, and learn about the trials and
triumphs of international diplomacy, all in hopes of creating a better
tomorrow. We're looking forward to the application of innovative solutions
to advance the quality of Model UN conferences.
We promise to facilitate this in the best way possible as a Secretariat
including proficient and more than approachable members who prioritize
your rendezvous with Gitanjali MUN this October. We hope you have three
terrific days of learning and networking through our version of a Model UN
Conference, Gitanjali MUN 2015.

Cheers,
Nidhi Mehra

Committees
United Nations General Assembly DISEC
Responsibility to Protect.

Chairperson Nikhil Bhuchar


Vice Chaireprson Sindhuja Kanteti
Rapporteur Hitesh Singh Dang
https://www.facebook.com/groups/124628384559029/
United Nations Human Rights Council
Human Rights Violation in ISIS controlled Areas
Chairperson Soumith Kasetty
Vice Chairperson - Yash Raj Singh
Rapporteur- Sanskar Agarwal
https://www.facebook.com/groups/188475634819117/
Historic Security Council Resolving Israel -Arab Divide, 1967.
Chairperson Pravishta Nadella
Vice chairperson Ankit Vennangot
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1640136346243632/
United Nations Development Programme
Sustainable development in Post Conflict Zones.
Chairperson Prajwal Satish
Vice Chairperson Aditya Jain
https://www.facebook.com/groups/713106018822797/
International Monetary Fund
Greek Debt Crisis
Chairperson Vamsi Masireddy
Vice Chairperson Shreshth Bansal
Rapporteur Chanakya Chowdhary
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1478767252428157/

Itenary
Day 1
9:00-10:30 - Registrations
10:30-11:15 - Opening Ceremony
11:15-11:30 - Tea break 1
11:30-2:00 - Rules of procedures and committee session 1
2:00-3:00 - Lunch
3:00-5:30 - Committee session 2

Day 2
9:00-11:30 - Committee Session 3
11:30-11:45 - Tea break 1
11:45-2:00 - Committee Session 4
2:00-3:00 - Lunch
3:00-5:00 - Committee session 5
5:30-7:00 - Socials

Day 3
9:00-11:30 - Committee Session 6
11:30-11:45 - Tea break 1
11:45-2:15 - Committee Session 7
2:15-3:00 - Lunch
3:00-4:15 - Committee session 7 (resume)
4:15-4:45-Tea Break 2
4:45-5:30 - Closing ceremony

General Information Venue


The Conference is scheduled to be help at Greenpark Marigold hotel,
Ameerpet.
Registration All the Delegates are supposed to report at the venue between 9:00
10:00am. Anyone reporting after the given time would not be eligible to
participate. International press members are to report by 9:30 latest. No
Transportation will be provided, the delegates are expected to commute on
their own. More than 30 minutes of late will be considered as absence.
The following documents are mandatory If you are an individual delegate or an International press memeber Receipt
as a school delegation receipt
ID card/ Bonafide.
Anyone who fails to produce the following documents will have to pay
INR100. All the prospective delegates, volunteers, IP and the Executive
Board members are expected to sign the liability release form that will be
provided at the venue.
Delegates of the ages less than 15, will not be allowed to attend the socials.
Code of Conduct Delegates are reminded that an MUN is a formal affair and are therefore
required to wear formal attire at all times during the session hours. Men
are expected to wear either a suit or a blazer, a button down shirt and
trousers. A necktie is preferable as are dress shoes. Sandals, jeans and
other informal articles of clothing cannot be worn. Women must wear
dresses, skirts or slacks. Blouses and sweaters, if worn, must be
appropriate. Anybody wearing revealing clothes or clothes that do not
adhere to the dress code will be asked to leave. Traditional Day- Delegates,
Please note that the dress code for the 4th of October will be Indian
traditional. This must be strictly followed.

All acts of theft or vandalism will be immediately reported to the Police. Do


note that if found with any of the restricted items, the Secretary General of
Gitanjali MUN reserves the right to remove the delegate/ Ip member/
volunteer from the premises and cancel their participation.
RESTRICTIONS
The following items are not allowed to be carried into or consumed in the
venue:
1. Alcohol
2. Any tobacco products
3. Drugs