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SYMUNC, the AnnualSymbiosis Model United Nations Conferencehas consistently promoted student empowerment and the pursuit of individual passions over the years. This year SCMS NOIDA hosted its grand 10th editionof SYMUNC onMarch 1st and 2nd, 2024.The event attracted delegates from across India, marking a significant offline gathering on campus. SYMUNC 2024 achieved its goal of engaging 225 delegates from top schools and colleges making a notable impact within the MUN community.

The conference started on March 1st, 2024, with a compelling Opening Ceremony in the college auditorium. Ambassador Rajiv Bhatia, our esteemed Chief Guest delivered an inspiring address emphasizing the importance of youth involvement in politics and active participation in Model United Nations conferences. SYMUNC has always aimed for delegates to better grasp world events while improving their debate, public speaking, networking, critical thinking, and negotiation abilities. This event continues its dedication to the values of diplomacy, thoughtful discussion, and welcoming diversity and inclusivity.

SYMUNC provides a platform for delegates to engage in discussions regarding pressing political matters and policies while maintaining diplomatic conduct. This year the conference's committees were tasked with addressing a range of global issues, including:

  1. UNHRC (United Nations Human Rights Council):The deteriorating situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of IRAN especially with respect to women and children.
  2. The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC):Formation of AI governance policies with emphasis on equitable access for sustainable growth.
  3. UNGA DISEC (The United Nations General Assembly First Committee):Examine measures to prevent the proliferation of PMSCs (Private Maritime Security Companies) and the potential risks associated with their uncontrolled growth.
  4. The United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW):Delving into grassroots leadership, with a particular focus on enhancing the representation of women in political and economic forums.
  5. AIPPM (All India Political Parties Meet):Reviewing the performance of the current government with special emphasis on current defence policies and freedom of media.
  6. The International Press Delegation (IP):Function as impartial journalists, caricaturists, and photographers rather than solely advocating for a specific country’s interests.

The quality debates continued till 2 nd March 2024. The closing ceremony started with a recap of various memorable moments of the event. Though it was a close competition for almost all the positions, the Executive Board of the committees announced the winners who were further felicitated by Dr Nidhi Natrajan, Deputy Director, SCMS NOIDA and Dr Vikrant Vikram Singh, Academic In-Charge, SCMS NOIDA. The event ended with a vote of thanks presented to all the delegates for their contribution, the organizing team members for their efforts, Dr Nidhi Phutela, Director, SCMS NOIDA, for her constant guidance and support for such events, and all the faculty members who made this event successful.