Jodhamal School Students adjudged the Best Delegation in GDMUN’23

The Jodhamal MUN Delegation at GDMUN’23 was adjudged the Best Delegation by virtue of their quality contribution to the success of the GDMUN’23. GDMUN is a prestigious annual fixture hosted by GD Goenka School, Jammu and is looked forward to by many Jammu Schools. A dedicated group of 15 students represented Jodhamal School at GDMUN’23 and exceeded all expectations with their insightful debates and innovative resolutions, addressing pressing global challenges. The bright Jodhamal participants who contributed to this remarkable achievement include: Moksh Sharma: Best Delegate, Anmol Kotwal: Best Delegate, Vidhi Dhallam: Best Delegate, Navaj Anand: Best Delegate, Aviral Kapoor: High Commendation, Shaurya Jamwal: High Commendation, Mayara: Special Mention, Soham Magazine: Special Mention, Rohan Langer: Verbal Mention, Rebecca: Verbal Mention and Tara Basotra: Verbal Mention All the students were given the Certificates of Achievements and mementoes. Jodhamal School received the Best Delegation Trophy. Speaking on this occasion Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee of the School said, “Winning the Best Delegation Trophy reinforces our strong belief in providing a sturdy platform for our students in debating and other oratory skills where they can express their ideas without any bias and inhibitions. This accomplishment reflects not only the school's commitment to nurturing young leaders but also its ability to foster critical thinking and diplomacy in the next generation of students.” These students were mentored by Ms. Anjali Mahajan and Mr Raghunandan. Furthermore, Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Mrs Arati Kuthiala, Director, Mr Girish Kumar, Principal and Ms Shefali Sanwal, Vice Principal of the School extended their hearty congratulations to the teachers and the entire team for their remarkable achievement. Their guidance and mentorship have played a pivotal role in shaping these young minds for success.

Jodhamal Excels at Doon School Model United Nations 2023.

In a remarkable showcase of talent and diplomacy, Jodhamal School has once again secured its place in the spotlight at the prestigious Doon School Model United Nations (DSMUN) 2023. The event, spanning three intensive days witnessed fervent debates and thoughtful deliberations by delegates from across the globe. The Chief Guest in the Inaugural Ceremony was Mr Rohan Chand Thakur, a distinguished IAS Officer while the Chief Guest in the Valedictory Ceremony was Mr Ovais Sarmad. With a lineup of 11 Committees that encompassed contemporary, historical, and futuristic agenda, the DSMUN 2023 provided a platform for insightful discussions on global issues. The three day Conference was attended by the delegates from the most prestigious schools in India and abroad such as Welham Boys’ School, Dehradun, Welham Girls’ School, Dehradun, Mayo College, Ajmer, Mayo College Girls’ School, Ajmer, The Daly College, Indore, The Emerald Heights International School, Indore, Modern School, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi, YPS Patiala, The British School, New Delhi etc . Jodhamal Public School is the only school from J&K that is invited from this region, and has been attending this prestigious Conference for the last 8th years. The Jodhamal participants compete with the students of the best schools across the globe participating in DSMUN every year, and excel in their respective Committees. This year in DSMUN 2023, among the participants, a team of nine distinguished delegates emerged as outstanding representatives of Jodhamal School. Raza Ali, Devisha Gaur, Pavit Singh, Krish, Puneesh Manhas, Vitasta Zutshi, Abhiraj Suryavanshi, Ahmed Ayaan, and Amay Gupta showcased their eloquence and diplomacy on this prestigious stage. They were escorted by Ms Mubeen Butt and Mr Rajan Bakshi. Their exceptional performance led to well-deserved recognition in the Prize Giving Ceremony, proving once again Jodhamal’s reigning supremacy in MUN-circuits. Puneesh Manhas and Amay Gupta's exemplary contributions earned them the Special Mention Awards in their respective Committees. Their dedication to research, persuasion, and strategic negotiation was evident, as they tackled complex global challenges with grace and acumen. Commending their achievements, Mr Nandan Kuthiala, the esteemed Trustee of Jodhamal School, Mrs Arati Kuthiala, Director of the School, Mr Girish Kumar, Principal, and Ms Shefali Sanwal, Vice Principal extended their heartiest congratulations to the students, and emphasized that their success not only reflects the school's legacy of excellence but also sets a high standard for the aspiring diplomats of the future. Jodhamal School's triumphant participation in DSMUN 2023 not only demonstrates their commitment to fostering diplomatic skills but also underlines the institution's dedication to producing well-rounded global citizens. As the accolades pour in, the legacy of excellence at Jodhamal School continues to shine brighter than ever before.


The 6 th Edition of Jodhamal Youth Conclave (JYC) kickstarted in the School Campus. The Conclave is a 3-day congregation of the best schools from the country that gather to simulate the United Nations and discuss various agenda in multiple Committees. JYC is an effort that has been initiated by Jodhamal Public School to make the students aware of the fast-changing geo-politics, social and environmental scenarios. More than 300 delegates from ten schools are attending this 3-day Conclave. The participating schools are: Mayo College Girls’ School, Ajmer, Welham Boys’ School, Dehradun, Modern School, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi, K C Public School, Jammu, G D Goenka Public School, Jammu, K C International School, Jammu, Jammu Sanskriti School, Jammu, IDPS, Jammu, Delhi Public School, Udhampur and the host School, Jodhamal Public School, Jammu. JYC is a unique platform of the students, for the students, and by the students which, apart from debates, discussions and diplomacy, provides an opportunity to the students from diverse cultural backgrounds to create life-long camaraderie and friendships. The motto of this year’s JYC is: ‘Bridging the World: One Conference at a time’. Participants have been allotted different Committees with their specific Agenda that covers national and international issues. There are six Committees in JYC’23 and their Agenda are: 1. Lok Sabha: "Discussing the status of the centre-state relationship in India with special reference to the Punchhi Commission’s Report", 2. United Nations Security Council: Continuous Crisis Committee: “Articulation of NATO’s role with special emphasis on the current Russian-Ukrainian Conflict”, 3. United Nations Human Rights Committee: "Deliberating upon trans-national organized crime with special emphasis on the exploitation of human rights by the South East Asian Crime Syndicate.", 4. United Nations Women: "Deliberating the issue of gender-based bias in corporate environments with special emphasis on exploitation of women and the need for establishment of quotas to safeguard their rights.", 5. All India Political Parties Meet: "Deliberation on Freedom of Press in India with emphasis on media trials", and 6. International Press Corps: "Deliberation on implementation of Digital Media Ethics Code and Online Safety Bill, which contradicts free speech" The Inaugural Ceremony of JYC’23 started with full enthusiasm in the Multipurpose Hall of Jodhamal Public School. The Chief Guest on the occasion was Dr. Meenakshi Kilam, Rector, Kathua Campus, University of Jammu and Director, Internal Quality Assurance, University of Jammu. The Ceremony began with the lighting of sacred lamp. The Chief Guest handed over the gavels to the Chairpersons of various Committees. Principal, Mr Girish Kumar delivered a Welcome Address, and Arya Mahajan, the Secretary General of JYC’23 declared the Conference Open. The Directorate of JYC’23 comprises: Aarya Mahajan, Secretary General, Aditya Kumar, Deputy Secretary General, Akaisha Handa and Varalika Sharma, USG Outreach, Anish Arora USG Logistics, Vanshika Gupta, USG Delegate Affairs, Ira Chandran, USG Communication, Hussain Areeb, USG Media, and Saksham Bhagat, USG Photography. On this occasion, MUNBELIEVABLE, the colourful JYC-Newsletter was also released at the Inaugural Ceremony. Since it is a student-driven activity, all the students worked diligently to make it a successful event under the mentorship of the Conference Director, Mrs Deepmala and teachers Mrs Mubeen Butt, Mrs Anjali Mahajan, Mrs Pooja Sharma and Mr. Raghunandan. The Inaugural Ceremony became more special as the Montage of JYC’23 was released by the Media Head. A throwback to JYCs since its inception was presented in a video film. Other dignitaries present on the occasion were: Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Mrs Arati Kuthiala, Director, Mr Girish Kumar, Principal and Mrs Shefali Sanwal, Vice Principal. The 3-day Conclave will witness rounds of vigorous debates, discussions and diplomacy across all Committees and will conclude with a very elaborate Prize Giving Ceremony. The Ceremony culminated with the address of the Deputy Secretary General, which was followed by the group photograph and Ice-breaking sessions in the Committee venues.


Team Jodhamal has over the years created a legacy by participating and winning in various MUNs all over the country including top boarding schools. Jodhamal Public School had sent a delegation of 20 students to participate in KCMUN, recently held at KC Public School. Jodhamal students made an impact by winning various awards along with the Best Delegation Trophy. There were 7 Committees consisting of  UNSC, UNCSW, UNHCR, CCC, AIPPM, Lok Sabha and International Press with different agendas where children debated and deliberated upon different ideas. With a high-spirited tough competition, JMPIANS had a smooth sail with number of awards bestowed upon them and they were applauded by one and all for their exceptional performance in various committees. Maahira Sharma was adjudged Best Delegate. Sanvi Arora, Puneesh Singh Manhas and Amaay Gupta got High Conmendataion. Special Mention Award was received by Ahmed Ayaan, Vitasta Zutshi, Prajna Gupta. Arham Chopra, Aarav Handoo, Bhavya Mahajan, Kartikaye Choudhary, Naman Sharma and Syed Ibrahim received Verbal mention. Manya Pandey, Laisha Verma, Advay Singh, Sannidhya, Naisha Gupta, Jiniya Gupta and Abhiraj also made a mark in their respective committees. Students were trained and guided by the MUN Coordinator Ms Deepmala.  Efforts of all these students and their mentor were appreciated by the Trustees of the school Mr Nandan Kuthiala and Ms Arati Kuthiala, Principal Dr Deep Khare and Vice Principal Ms Shefali Sanwal. All the Muners were felicitated by the Principal in the school assembly.

“Jodhamal transcends at Welham Boys’ School, Dehradun ”

Jodhamal Public School’s juniors hop on JMPS’s Model United Nations journey at Welham boys’ School, Dehradun. The conference took place from 4 August to 6 August 2022. Catering to the attendees from the most top notch schools of India, including delegates from Welham Boys’School, Dehradun; Daly College,Indore; Doon School,Dehradun; Assam Valley school amongst many more. Yet, Jodhamal Public School became the only school from Jammu and Kashmir to be attend to this marvellous conference. A delegation of 11 students was accompanied by the school escort and MUN Co- ordinator Ms. Mubeen Butt at the conference. Ranging through the most prolific issues, committees including United Nations Security Council,United Nations Human Rights Council, World trade Organisation, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, All India Political Parties Meet, DISEC and the International Press Corp were discussed upon at. Ongoing debating from three days of the conference, the delegates sparked ideologies, diplomacy and deliberations; Amongst the agendas shimmering inventiveness from the Modern politics. Through excruciating days of the conference delegates established the powerful arguments, striking questions , furious accusations and solutions alongside the entitled press that reported through the whole conference. Aarav Handoo, a class 7 student and Adhvik Mahajan, a grade 8 student bagged verbal mentions for the United Nations Human Rights Council and the international press respectively. Proving and continuing to stand amongst the best munners , JMPIANs gave a very vigorous competition to the students from the most reputed schools of India, glowing through and making mark at National Model United Nations Conference, making Jodhamal Public School proud again through their illustrious performance at The Welham Boys’ School Model United Nations Conference 2022.

Jodhamal gleams at Mayo College Girls’School,Ajmer

Jodhamal Public School adds yet another feather to its infamous hat of Model United Nations, through its excellent performance at the recently concluded Mayo College Girls’ School Model United Nations Conference. The conference took place from 27 July to 30 July 2022. Attended by the most prestigious schools of India, including delegates from Welham Boys’School, Dehradun;Daly College,Indore; Doon School,Dehradun; Assam Valley school amongst many more. Jodhamal Public School was the only school from Jammu and Kashmir to be invited to this eminent conference. A delegation of 6 students accompanied by the school escort Ms Mubeen Butt attended the conference. The delegates deliberated through 6 different committees including United Nations General Assembly, International Press Corps, All India Political Parties Meet, United United Higher Commissioner for Refugees, Joint crisis committee and United Nations Population Fund. Through the three days of the conference, the committees discussed upon important international and national issues, taking inspirations from the world today. The three days of the conference established powerful deliberations, striking debates, furious accusations and solutions along side the vigorous press that reported through the whole conference. NAVAJ KUNAL ANAND, a class 10 student won the best delegate award from the International Press Corps And GUHIKA SACHDEV, a grade 9 student bagged a verbal mention in the united Nations General Assembly. JMPIANs gave a very strong competition to the students from the most reputed schools of India, rising through and winning awards at National Model United Nations Conference, making Jodhamal Public School proud again through their illustrious performance at The Mayo college Girls’ School Model United Nations Conference 2022.

4th – Jodhamal Youth Conclave (JYC) held

The Fourth Edition of JYC (Jodhamal Youth Conclave) was held recently. The adage, “Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, and intelligent execution” was rightly proved by Jodhamal Public School. This year the conference with the motto ‘Atta Dipa Viharatha. The school witnessed overwhelming participation from Pan India and overseas. 400 delegates from 25 different leading schools like Mayo College, La martiniere, Welham Boys, Welham Girls, Jayshree Periwaal, YPS, Seth MR Jaipuria, DPS Gurgaon, DSB International Public School, Dillibong High International, , The SD Vidya School, DPS Greater Noida, National Centre for Excellence and Saint John Public School participated. The Opening Ceremony was graced by the presence of Prof. Amitabh Matoo who emphasised the importance of such competitions for students. The Secretary General, E-JYC 2021 declared the conference open with a short speech. There were 63 awards.14 Best Delegations and Outstanding Delegations, 8 Honourable Mentions, 41 Special Mentions and Verbal Mentions. Delegates from different schools were awarded for the same and the Best Delegation Award was bagged by LA MARTINIERE and WELHAM BOYS. Jodhamal Public School was not in the run for the prize of best delegation. The issues of JYC newsletter “MUNBELIVEABLE” were released. The closing ceremony was attended by Mrs. Rohini Aima, Principal Jammu Sanskriti School, Jammu, Mrs.Monika Sethi, Principal Al Noor International School, Bahrain, Mrs. Pooja Panthri head of the DCM Senior Secondary School, Ferozepur. A vote of thanks was presented by Dhruv Gandhi , The Director General JYC 21. The conference was officially declared closed by Secretary General Mian Mohammad Raza. The JYC '21 was a student oriented program, for the students and by the students where the management had lent a free hand to the students. The closing ceremony was presided over by the management, Principal and Vice Principal. The Principal appreciated the efforts of the participating schools put in by the students and their faculty advisors.


Jodhamal wins the best delegation award at Sanskriti school MUN

Jodhamal wins the best delegation award at Sanskriti school MUN


The 2019 chapter of Jodhamal Youth Conclave (JYC) kickstarted on 30 th August in the school campus. This year’s conference theme is "Nation at Peace not in Pieces" (NATIO APUD PAX ET CONCORDIA) JYC is an effort that has been initiated by JMPS to involve it's youth to engross in order to workout on agendas that have engulfed Indian political scenario. Being the three-day event with over 300 middle and high school students from Jammu and across India gathered together to address and learn about issues that needs some concrete solutions. JYC kick-started today with full vigour in the Multipurpose Hall of Jodhamal Public School where Prof. Ashok Aima Vice Chancellor of Central University of Jammu graced the occasion as the Chief guest of the day and gave an inspirational key note address which stirred the entire conference. The other Principals who attended the opening ceremony were Ms. Rohini Aima, Ms. Nirmal Mahna, Mr. Vivek Arora and Mr. Subendhu Sarkar. Jodhamal Youth Conclave provides young citizens a forum for Independent thinking while honoring diverse opinions; trusting and harnessing others; motivation and action Along with the important elements JYC believes in enhancing self-image; learning through dialogue; accepting the unknown; being a role model in finding supporters that share their passion; respecting different values; offering different ways to get involved; good communication between management and the field. The three day conference hosted students and escorts from reputed schools like Scindia School (Gwalior), Lawrence School, Burn Hall School, JK Public, KC International, Model Academy, Jammu Sanskriti, Heritage School, Army Schools, Law College (Jammu University) Doon International School, Presentation Convent, Rich Harvest and many more. JYC not only proved to be a great platform for delegates to showcase their intellectual skills but also helped them make friends and memories for a lifetime and the event is now the talk of the town. The opening Video itself made the theme Nation at peace not in pieces so very clear and heart touching that almost all the members witnessing had the Goose Bumps. The best part of the JYC was that it was by the students, for the students and of the students initiative and the students worked very hard to make it a successful event of the town. The Conference Director Bhawna Madaan along with colleagues Mubeen Butt and Deepmala Sharma and team of teachers worked to come up with more simulations and negotiations in this season. JMPS invited it's alumnus like Aakansha Sharma, Dr. Sheikh Eras, Hasit Sachdeva, Vanshaj Sharma to Chair the committees with unbiased opinion and decisions and worked very hard to bring this dream to it’s culmination today in the form of JYC- 2019. Committees like Code Black:Narcos, Azad Bharat Commission, Hindustan Cabinet, Special Tribunal On National Security, National Commission On Recreational Drugs, Rajya Sabha, Special Probe On Fundamental Rights and National Commission For Women and a special Committee The War Cabinet, presided over by the students and alumni of the school witnessed heated debates on national agendas like FOSTERING THE QUIT-INDIA MOVEMENT OF 1942 TOWARDS INDEPENDENCE, REVIEWING MILITANT INSURGENCIES IN KASHMIR AND THE ROLE OF AFSPA,RECONSTRUCTING THE NATIONAL RESERVATION POLICY,ENSURING A SAFE SOCIO-ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT FOR WOMEN WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON PATRIARCHAL GLASS BARRIERS IN THE SOCIETY AND CONSENT AS A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT,ADMINISTERING THE USE OF PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCES and many more. The meet was declared open by the Director General Dhairya Choudhary and the entire Directorate welcomed all the guests and dignitaries. The second day of the Conclave culminated into a social gathering of all 300 delegates and their escort teachers in the evening, where the students made friends with each other to be connected for the future Conclaves and were busy convincing the others to support their motion. Trustee Nandan Kuthiala, Director Arati Kuthiala along with the Principal Dr. Deep Khare and Vice Principal Shefali Sanwal witnessed the program and blessed the students for the three days of Brainstorming and having fun while learning and take along with them experiences that have enriched them with more knowledge, learning and social skills that would provide the delegates confidence to grow into better versions of themselves to confide, plan and execute better in times to come.


Jodhamal Public School students participated in The Doon School Model United Nations Conference popularly known as DSMUN. The 2019 edition of DSMUN was held in the third week of August in The Doon School, Dehradun. Jodhamal Public School delegation escorted by Faculty member Ms. Deepmala was the only delegation from J&K State participated for the seventh time & competed with famous Schools from different parts of the country. The participating schools included The Doon School, Welham Boys, Welham Girls, Mayo College Girls, Modern School Barakhamba, Modern School Vasant Vihar, Selaqui International, Maharani Gayatri Devi, The Lawrence School Sanawar and many more. The DSMUN convened 14 committees like UNSC, DISEC, UNODC, ECOSOC, IP, UNHRC, Rajya Sabha & Lok Sabha. The team member were Saba Jamwal, Mitushi Sharma, Shaarvi Magazine, Rudhraksh Bhalla, Vinisha Barala, Adit Magotra, Sohan Magazine and Medansh Thusoo. The Performance of the team was appreciated by the organizing committee and by the other delegates. Jodhamal delegates collaborated with other school delegates to resolve complex global issues and propose solutions. Medansh Thusoo stole the show with his performance. Principal Dr. Deep Khare congratulated the team for their outstanding and felicitated the students in a special assembly wherein all MUNERs shared their experience.


Jodhamal Muners participated for the third time in the Welham Boys’ Model United Nations Conference, popularly known as WELMUN, that hosted its Fifth edition in the month of August, 2019. Jodhamal Public School delegation escorted by Ms Bhawna Madaan and Mr. Sachin Dogra was the delegation from Jammu that participated and competed with famous schools from different parts of the country like The PUNJAB PUBLIC SCHOOL,,MAYO COLLEGE GIRLS,MAYO COLLEGE BOYS, MODERN SCHOOL VASANT VIHAR,SHIV NADAR,WELHAM GIRLS,WELHAM BOYS,SELAQUI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, The DOON SCHOOL,DOON INTERNATIONAL,UNISON SCHOOL,DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL,MAHARANI GAYATRI DEVI,PINE GROVE,RAJMATA KRISHNA KUMARI,DELHI SANSKRITI,DALY COLLEGE INDORE.
The WELMUN convened eight distinct and challenging committees, like – UNSC, UNGA 1 – DISEC, ECOSOC, UNW, UNPBC, IP and the Council of Hindustan – a fictional crisis committee in which our delegates Prabin Singh and Mohd Raza received honourable mention and Arsh Mir received Verbal Mention in their respective committees. The other delegates like Saba Jamwal,Gungun Anand, Karmanya Wahi , Sai Sharan and Kartik Singh did equally well and gave a tough competition to the delegates from prestigious schools and proved their excellence in public speaking skills, simulations and also collaborated with other school delegates to find ways to foster fraternity in our fractured VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) world with a hope that the delegates feel accomplished in their efforts to think and propose solutions to resolving complex global issues of today's day and age.


Jodhamal Public School has earned International fame as it was listed among the “Great Place to Study across India” and was awarded at the House of Commons, Westminster Palace in London. In the recently held ceremony at the Terrace Pavilion, House of Commons in London, Jodhamal Public school was awarded the GPTS award by Member House of Lords, Baroness Verma. On the behalf of the school the award was received by Anandita Kuthiala, an Alumni of Jodhamal School. Some of the other Great Place to Study award winners were Mayo College, Hyderabad Public School, Assam Valley School, Birla School, Sherwood College, Wynberg Allen School and Mussoorie International School. The Keynote speaker at the function were Member House of Lords, Baroness Verma. Other eminent educationist who spoke at the function were Dr. Ruth MacConville, Mr. S. A. Bhattacharjee and Mr. Ross Hall. On day one the award ceremony was held at House of Commons, Westminster Palace, London and on the second day seminars were at Kings College, Waterloo Campus, London. The Global League Institute Certificate is awarded on the basis of a very comprehensive and detailed Pan India survey of teachers, parents and students. Jodhamal Public School was honoured with this awarded at the House of Commons, Westminster Palace, London also for the year 2018. The management of Jodhamal Public School thanked the staff for all their hard work and efforts which made this possible.

Jodhamal Public School shines at Mayo College Girls School, Ajmer

Jodhamal Public School makes an exquisite mark at MCGS MUN. Jodhamal is the only school from J&K to participate in the Mayo College Girls School MUN 2019,at Ajmer. A delegation of eleven students a comprising of Dhairya Chaudhary ,Kritnay Sharma, Prabin Singh, Arsh Mir,Muddabir latifi, Karmanya Wahi,Jayaditya Singh,Seerat Virk ,Guhika Sachdev,Syna Sharma,Daania Butt from Jodhamal participated in the prestigious MCGS MUN 2019 along with delegates from institutions like The Welham Boys Dehradun, The Welham Girls Dehradun, The Scindia School, Delhi College Indore,Mayo College Boys School Ajmer, wherein they discussed agendas like Insurgency in Northeast India, Protection of Freedom of Expression on the Internet, The Situation in the Sahel Region and many more topics of International concern. All the delegates performed remarkably well in their respective committees. Karmanya Wahi a class 9th student won special mention in UNGA where he discussed and deliberated upon the rights of the indigenous people in the world and Prabin Singh a grade 11th student from Jodhamal won the outstanding Researcher in the TALONIA  Campaign. Every year JMPIANS put all their concerted efforts to compete with the students from the best schools across India and were appreciated by the Principal MCGS Ms.Kanchan Khandke for their exuberant performance during the course of their committee sessions. The MUNING team at Jodhamal is dedicated towards claiming accreditations in different national and international MUNs. The Trustee JMPS Mr Nandan Kuthiala and the Vice Principal Ms.Shefali Sanwal appreciated and applauded the students and their mentors Ms Bhawna Madan, Ms Mubeen Butt and Mr Sukomal Ganguly for their unprecedented efforts and hard work in bringing laurels for the school.


The Doon School hosted its 12th Model United Nations Conference. Model United Nations is a stimulated version of The United Nations Conference in which students participate in debate regarding prevailing world issues being discussed at the United Nations General Assembly. DSMUN is the biggest student MUN in India and one of the biggest in Asia. There were a total of 345 delegates who attended from 29 different schools around the country like Mayo Boys, Mayo Girls, Welham Boys Welham Girls, British School, Delhi, Modern School Barakhamba, Modern School Vasant Vihar, Jai Shree Parimal Jaipur, Raj Kumar School Rajkot, Jodhamal Public School and many more. The panel addressing the opening ceremony comprised The Secretary General, Ojas Kharbanda, The President, Ritwik Saraf, The Deputy Secretary General, Ranvijay Singh, Master-in-charge Mr. Mohit Sinha, Headmaster Mr. Mathew Raggett and the Guest of Honour, Mr. Kalikesh Singh Deo who is currently a member of the BJP party. Attending the opening ceremony also had the presence of Mr. Kamal Ahuja, Deputy Head Master, Mrs. Stuti Kuthiala, Deputy Head of Pastoral Care, Mr. Piyush Malviya, Director of Public Relations and Mrs. Mona Khanna, Head of Mathematics Department. To attend The biggest student Model United Nations ie.the Doon School Model United Nations in India and probably Asia that concluded after the three days of several committee sessions a young delegation from Jodhamal Public School also participated that comprised of Anahita Anand, Ananya.K, Anmol Sharma, Karmanya Wahi, Arnav Vivek, Attya Elahi, Kartikya Singh escorted by Ms. Neetu Gupta. The delegation was appreciated by the Head master, the secretariat and the faculty advisor for their being Informed, analytical and discerning individuals as they could realize the special importance to diplomacy and the simple willingness to hear each other out holds. They were uniquely placed at a time and made a difference, with an approach to negotiation with peace as the goal that made the participation of the delegation fruitful.


Preconceived perceptions of the ways of the world have always been questioned, prodded and critically analysed by the inquisitive generation. An excellent outlet to these numerous yet untapped opinions has been given to us, the youth, in the form of Model United Nations Conference since many years. An authentic simulation of the United Nations, Model United Nations Conference aims at promoting discussions on world affairs encompassing issues as diverse as international peace and security, economic cooperation and development, human rights or the protection of the environment. Students engage in fruitful deliberations over pressing global issues as diplomats of different countries, in a bid to preserve the ever so violated peace.The Mayo College Girls’ hosted the seventh session of School Model United Nations in which the students of Jodhamal Public School also participated in the Conference from the 20th of April to the 23rd of April.The Conference commenced with a grand Opening Ceremony, where Mr Utpal Chatterjee- an acclaimed journalist was the Chief Guest. MCGSMUN’18 convened eight different committees in a bid to INITIATE, NEGOTIATE AND LIBERATE: The United Nations Security Council which had an emergency meeting on the Israel-Palestine Conflict and reassessed the need of peacekeeping forces in Cyprus, The UN Human Rights Council discussed the right to privacy in the digital age, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees discussed the protection of populations displaced by climatic changes and disasters, The Commission on the Status of Women deliberated on the issue of Women Economic Empowerment, the International Olympics Committee reviewed the Olympic Bid for the Summer Olympics, 2032 and also the selection of developing countries as Olympic host nations, the Paris Peace Conference established the terms of treaty after World War 1, the Stakeholders' Meet for the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare addressed the challenges of the National Programme for Health Care of the Elderly and the International Press Corps where delegates explored the realm of journalism by representing news agencies such as Reuters, Al- Jazeera,The Hindu etc. The committees had two days of rigorous debate where some committees did pass resolutions while some failed to reach a consensus despite having extensive debates. With over 250 delegates attending the conference from all corners of the Indian subcontinent,like The Mayo College Boys School and The Mayo College Girls School,Shree Ram School, Delhi,The Doon School, Dehradun, Welham Boys as well as Welham Girls School, Shiv Nadar School, Noida,Pathways Noida,Ecole Global,Sanskaar Valley,Rajamata Krishna Kumari School,Jodhpur,Selaqui Dehradun and many more,Jodhamal sent its delegation that included Anahita Anand, Alina Mir, Arsh Mir, Dhairya Choudhary,Kritnay Sharma,Mian Mohd. Raza,Shaarvi Magazine, Shaurya Sangra,Vidur Kumar, Vihaan Kapoor accompanied with their Faculty adviser Ms. Bhawna Madaan and teacher escort Ms. Kiranjeet Kaur . Even with such prominent names as schools present at the conference, Jodhamal shined bright by winning five awards in total which included, Vidur Kumar getting “The Best Researcher” for the Rural campaign and a Verbal commendation for his Human Rigths Commission Committee, Alina Mir, Mian Mohd. Raza and Dhairya Choudhary getting a Verbal commendation in their respective committees. Every delegate’s performance was highly appreciated by their respective Chairpersons, and the overall Secratory General of the conference which was very heartening for all the participants completing this enriching experience for them.!