The 14th edition of the Sophia Model UN was hosted on the 6th,7th and
8th of October.
There were 147 delegates representing 7 committees.
8 prestigious schools from the city of Bangalore sent their Delegations to Sophia MUN . Individual delegates registered from different schools in the city.
The committees with their agendas were:
Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita Bill, 2023
Promotion of investments in sustainable development in the context of globalisation and interdependence. (Note: It will be a semi-crisis committee with no directives,
however press releases will be allowed.)
Discussing the situation of migrants and refugees with special reference to the middle east in the postmodern world.
Rise of The Cali Cartel
(Freeze date : January 1st,1990)
Addressing the Future Security Landscape - The invasion of Ukraine and Global Consequences.
(Freeze date : 31st August, 2028)
Enhancing Discourse on Psychotropic Flora and Indigenous Traditions
7.NATO: Discussing Afghan Sovereignty and Long-Term Stability: Balancing International Security Assistance with National Autonomy Sophia emerged as the winning team with students from Std VIII performing exceedingly well. However being the host school the Rolling Trophy for the best delegation comprising 20 students was handed over to the next best Delegation representing Vidya Niketan School. They were presented with a cash award of Rs 20,000, a rolling trophy,a certificate and a trophy to each delegate.
The three days of Sophia MUN left the delegates with a satisfied feeling.