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HMUN India is the largest and most prestigious conference of its kind in India, hosting over 1,400 high school delegates each year. Nine students participated. They were:- Neeti Nichani, Zahaan Bafna, Dheesh Ved ,Samhith Shankar ,Nihaal Bharwani ,Abhishek Majumdar. Overall , it was a great opportunity to get an experience of large scale MUNS.

The Harvard Model United Nations India Conference gave the opportunity for students to debate issues that confront world leaders and to draft resolutions in response to these global issues. 

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Dheesh Ved- The conference was really informative in terms of what is happening in the world right now. I also got to learn a lot of new things and develop new skills. The only problem that some of us faced was that we found it very difficult to be recognized, and because of this we were not able to speak much. Overall it was a wonderful experience where I bonded with my school friends, and also met new ones.

Samhith Shankar -HMUN India was my 5th MUN. My committee was CSW, and I was the delegate of Cote D'Ivoire. It was a unique experience, different from the other MUNs that i have attended. I found the size of the committees a little intimidating, as it was hard to speak up among so many delegates. Overall I thought the event was organised pretty well.


Vedant Doshi -HMUN was an extremely educational experience because I learned how to cope with competition in a larger committee (with almost 194 delegates). Even though recognition was a problem, the chairs were extremely considerate and helpful. The conference was well organised and the accommodation was exceptional. Food was satisfactory. Furthermore, the quality of debate was adequate and most delegates were not experienced.