NMIMS School of Law’s Model UN Conference [Sep 13-14, Mumbai]: Registrations Open
About the organiser
The Kirit P. Mehta School of Law (KPMSOL) of SVKM’s NMIMS (Deemed-to-be-University) established in the year 2013 approved by the Bar Council of India aims to provide quality legal education in order to meet the aforementioned challenges.
About the conference
The second edition of NMIMS School of Law’s Model UN Conference is taking place from the 13th to the 14th September’19 at the NMIMS University, Mumbai campus.
School of Law MUN first and foremost is a learning-oriented conference, where we attempt to provide students across India with a healthy debate about significant global issues.
This year, we anticipate a simulation of diverse and highly pertinent committees that will cover a wide array of geographical areas and time periods, and we are confident that every delegate will be able to find an SOL MUN committee that sparks his or her interest and allows them to truly blossom as a diplomat.
SOLMUN’19 is open to all college students and all school students from standard 8th to 12th.
This year’s theme for our event is climate change. There are many facts which confirm that Climate Change is real and only if we’re proactive, then only do we have a chance from saving Earth, and we as an organization look forward to spreading the word and make a small but real change.
The event will be held at NMIMS’ School of Law, Mumbai Campus, India.
Address: Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, 9th Floor, Mithibai Campus, V. L. Mehta Road, Vile-Parle (West), Mumbai – 400 056.
The registration link is here.
Once the registration form is filled the applicant shall receive an email confirming their allotment and payment method which they choose to avail.
The delegate registration fee: 2000/-
Accommodation Fee: 2000/-
The event is scheduled for the 13th and 14th of September, 2019.
Delegate Affairs: Prerna Hegde: +91 98337 55851
Secretary-General: Sanjana Khatri: 9769162065
Email ID: solmunsoc[at]gmail.com
The facebook link is here.
The Instagram link is here.
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