Dairy #6 (My first MUN and I won)

I want to pursue my higher studies in law. Every member of my family, be it my father or my elder cousins or uncles or aunts, everyone holds an engineering degree except my lovely mom who is a teacher. I adore her.😊😊

We have MUNs here. Inter and Intra MUNs much similar to moot courts.
In intra MUNs only the students of that particular college take part whereas in inter students from schools are also invited. I got myself registered in one of the Intra MUNsπŸ˜‚(yeah it was intra. I still don’t know how did they allow me to.)πŸ˜‚Β  Everyone was asking me if i was from school and that how did i get there. I had to darn be polite anyways and say from the main entrance. I obviously didn’t emerge from the walls.πŸ˜‚

Everyone knew the rules but only me. Then I raised my placard and raise an inquiry. When I said that I don’t know any of the rules they said with a amusing expression..”Oh so you are from school. Right?”

You know I was the only one from school and rest everybody was from college. About five to six years elder to me, I suppose.
And it was really frightening at first to see people with pretty long hieght and dressed up in formals. I didn’t even wear formals so I was easy to recognize as a school kid.πŸ˜‚ Everything went wonderful though. The EBs (judges) incredibly soft though they seemed to be full of attitude.

It was a conference of two days where we had to discuss about the issues not yet resolved in the parliament. It was wonderful experience. College is really fun. No discipline at all. Hahaa. The judges were 4th year students. I earlier thought that they were teachers of the college itself.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Wonderful experience. At the end of the second day, I didn’t have any hope to win since I was really younger to everyone. Infact I had already called my mom’s to pick me up.
I was seated in the auditorium and calling my mom when I heard that H.D.Β  KumaraswamiΒ  is verbal mention.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. H.D kumaraswami was the portfolio given to me for those two days. Nobody knew my name there but everyone called me kumaraswami.
I couldn’t believe that I did win. Well,Β I took part in indian committee though there were comities like UNGA, UNSC, IMO, UNHRC etc. I am pretty much interested in indian law than united naton general assembly or security council. I went to my seat without even getting clicked but then I was called for a pic fortunately.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

If you are on Facebook you can also search TUMUN page.

(one pic shows some comments which other members in my committee wrote for me.)

Here are some pics. Hope you enjoy:-


Side view of our committee
Me giving a speech. Pic from the first day.
The Executive board.(EB). These were the judges.
During the unmoderated caucus or open discussion. Seems Patriarchal πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. No, I see a girl who’s the cameras person.πŸ˜‚
Pic from press release.
Our committee.
‘Do you even know what are you speaking?’ expressions.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
After winning. I was titled ‘Verbal Mention’.
Comments given to me.🀐😢



I don’t know if I will ever meet them all. They were incredibly polite.





26 thoughts on “Dairy #6 (My first MUN and I won)

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      1. Umm..I always wanted to..and my someone has always encouraged me to do..but I am gonna do it in 11th now..boards you know!
        However check out OMUN..it’s an online mun community.. Gonna love it sis!

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  1. Hey Sherya Jindal, I don’t really know you and this is my first time visiting your blog. I read your story and I’m so impressed and super proud of you. I just wanted to encourage you to continue working hard and never give up. I am always very happy when I see women from different parts of the world winning. CONGRATS GIRL

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    1. I am so very glad to know that you enjoyed the post and the story.
      Hope to see you again here, sometime soon.😊 I try and share more snippets from my life. πŸ˜‰
      On my way to your blog. HahaaπŸš„πŸš–πŸš–πŸš—πŸšŽπŸš‰πŸšžπŸšπŸ˜‚

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      1. Haha okay Shreya I hope you enjoy reading my blog. It’s all about poetry, stories, daily life experiences and Generation Z. Please do share more of your wonderful stories, I will definitely read and share πŸ˜‰β˜ΊοΈ.

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