About the Organiser
SAGE University Indore is where technology, innovation and entrepreneurship come together to create a dynamic learning environment. Established by the legendary- The SAGE Group of central India and awarded as the best emerging university in central India.
SAGE University Indore was set up as a private university by the Madhya Pradesh private university act in 2007.
SAGE Model United Nations (SMUN) 2022 is an intellectual two-day conference that brings together an amazing array of young minds from across India as delegates to promote healthy discussion and debate on some of very grave problems and obstacles engulfing the world and provide approachable solution to the same and to have a meaningful deliberation in a high-intensity, professional environment.
Here they discuss some political, social and economic challenges that the world is facing right now and over the years and together we find rational and feasible solutions to the problems.
SMUN is here to gain a better understanding of the world and the functioning of the United Nations. Participants develop crucial skills throughout the conference in every domain, some of which are diplomacy, leadership, teamwork, public speaking, and negotiation.
SAGE- MUN believes that Model United Nations conferences have the power to better the world by spreading a certain degree of awareness and by acting upon the ideals of the United Nations. We invite you to experience this extraordinary power yourself at SAGE- MUN 2022.
1. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
2. World Health Organization(WHO)
3. United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women( UN-WOMEN)
4. Disarmament and International Security Committee(DISEC)
5. All India Political Parties Meet (AIPPM)
1. UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization)
In the mid of covid-19 how education sector got affected: Enhancing effective online/offline quality of education It deals with the negative/positive aspect of covid-19 on the education of children and how it is affecting the future opportunities and learning method of students. So, Delegates are required to find a flexible way of providing quality education with more engagement, interest, and opportunities for the students.
2. WHO (World Health Organization)
Mental health action plans due to effect of pandemic: Promoting care and treatment Infection, reduce access to family friends, losing job, close ones, financial issues and other social systems has increasing mental issues like anxiety and depression, suicide and many more. So, Delegates are required to find a new technique to reduce the mental stress among people and help them to live a happy lifestyle with the full potential of their mental presence.
3. UN Women (United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women)
Ensuring gender equality by alleviating discrimination against women: Gender equality prevents violence against women and girls that is why we need gender equality urgently. It is essential for the achievement of human rights for all. Yet discriminatory laws against women persist in every corner of the globe. So, Delegates are required to find ways to eliminate gender discrimination through advisory services, analysis, conducts and research. And how to raise awareness and mobilizing support for anti-discrimination measures, such as legislation, policies and programmes.
4. DISEC (Disarmament and International Security Committee)
Combating the potential uses of biowarfare and bioterrorism as a threat to international peace and security: Increasing fear that biological weapons may be used against military and civilian populations is fostering efforts to develop adequate protective response strategies. The threat of biological warfare and bioterrorism is significant. So, Delegates are required to present several major efforts that are currently underway to deter biological weapons programs, to make it harder for terrorists to acquire the materials for developing biological weapons, and to build a biodefense infrastructure that will protect military personnel and the public from biological weapons.
5. AIPPM (All India Political Parties Meet)
Discuss on the role of spyware in the light of Pegasus: Pegasus was capable of reading text messages, tracking calls, collecting passwords, location tracking, accessing the target device’s microphone and camera, and harvesting information from apps. Pegasus is now at the Center of a global collaborative investigative project that has found that the spyware was used to target, among others, hundreds of mobile phones in India.
The Indian agriculture acts of 2020, often referred to as the Farm Acts are three acts initiated by the Parliament of India in September 2020. After having been approved by the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, the President of India gave his assent to the bills on 27 September 2020. So, Delegates are required to deliberate on Pegasus spyware and several measures to protect one’s digital life and on the constitutionality of the Farms Laws with special emphasis on the Farmers protests.
The event is open for all the college, university, and school students whose age is more than 15 years.
Indore, Madhya Pradesh ( offline)
How to Register?
Delegates willing to register for SAGE- MUN must fill out the registration form available here.
Delegate Fee: ₹800/- (Eight Hundred Rupees Only) Includes:
- Water bottles, refreshments and lunch on the days of the conference
- Delegate Kit & other stationery
- Participation Certificate
Accommodation is not included in the delegation fees. For Accommodation contact the event organizers. It is available for two slots:
1. April 14 to 17
2. April 15 to 17
- Prizes worth up to 50,000/-
- Awards in different categories like –
- Best Delegate
- High Commendation
- Special Mention
- Various other perks and benefit
March 2, 2022
- Asst. Professor Sanket Jain, Faculty Coordinator (9630902105)
Asst. Professor Ritanshi Jain, Faculty Coordinator (9582239871)
Ms. Kshitij Raikwar, Student Coordinator, (9294895445)
Ms. Isha Gupta, Student Coordinator, (6262105259)
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