Sustainable Development Goals
A Universal Push to transform our World

20th & 21st October 2019

About Event

We announce the commencement of  RDIAS MUN ’19, to be held on 20th & 21st October 2019.

This two day event, aims at creating an atmosphere of highly-skilled level debates where students work as allies or foes and find solutions working in delegation through resolutions in their respective committees.

Students are invited to discuss on the Theme of “Sustainable Development Goals A Universal Push to transform our World”.


United Nations Security Council (UNSC)

“We seek peace, knowing that peace is the climate of freedom.” Founded on 24 October, 1945, UNSC is viewed as the apex of the UN system. In today’s complex and turbulent world to keep international relations from sliding into chaos we need to preserve law through the United Nations Security Council. Security Council, the principal crisismanagement body, is empowered to impose binding obligations on the members to maintain peace. With five permanent members and ten elected members, the council focuses on maintaining international security, arms control and addressing issues that include civil wars, natural disasters and terrorism. It possesses the power to establish peacekeeping operations, international sanctions and the authorization of military action. “More than just an end to war, we want an end to the beginning of all wars.”

Agenda–“Denuclearization, Is A world Without Nuclear Weapons Possible?”

The Prohibition Of Nuclear Weapons or the Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty which symbolizes that Nuclear Weapons be banned as they create Violence and do not promote Peace and Happiness. In the same regard, we would like to know the stand of UNSC Members on the same whether they stand by it or are against the same.

Indian Parliament

“Bombs and pistols do not make a revolution. The sword of evolution is sharpened on the whetting-stone of ideas.” – Bhagat Singh

26 January, 1950 India marched towards the path of democracy through a Federal structure. The Parliament of India is the supreme legislative body of the Republic of India. To acquaint the youth with India’s parliamentary rules and regulations, we bring you a Model of the Parliamentary session to discuss, deliberate and debate on issues concerning the functioning of the country. The session emphasizes on Public Issues, National Policy and Law Building within the vicinity of India. Our Constitution stands on the ideals of three words, “We, the people” and to protect this ideology we have the soul of democracy, The Indian parliament. “Where liberty dwells, there is my country.”

Agenda- “Population Control Bill, Only Step For A Brighter Future?”

The ever rising population of 1.34 billion people in India is growing at an alarming rate with which we will soon be taking over China’s population of 1.39 billion people. The Population Control Law is gaining momentum to resolve the hurdle of India’s Development and Society’s Harmony. This will help us know What is the stand of the Indian Youth on the Alarming Growth of Indian Population.

United Nations General Assembly (UNGA)

“Remember upon the conduct of each depends the fate of all.” The United Nations General Assembly is the center of decision making authority. Comprising of 193 members, the UNGA highlights and addresses global issues to stimulate problem solving actions on political, economic, humanitarian, social and legal issues. The only sustainable solution is one that includes us all. To reflect upon the ideas of equality, unity and responsibility, we bring you the Model of the United Nations General Assembly. The main deliberative, policy-making, and representative organ of the United Nations is here to indulge you into a session that unifies the forces to form effective resolutions. “We’re all for one, and one for all.”

Agenda- “Making The United Nations Relevant To All The People: Global Leadership And Shared Responsibilities For Peaceful, Equitable And Sustainable Societies.”

The people of the world which is one global village are facing a lot of problems where nurturing competent and socially sensitive leaders to foster sustainable socio-economic growth of the nation and world at large is the prime aim. Having World Peace and a society which is future ready has to be made the root cause of our existence in the 21st century.

Registration Fee Rs. 1200 Per Delegate

The registration fee can also be paid directly NEFT / IMPS into the following Bank Account: Bank Name: PNB Account Name: Rukmini Devi Institute of Advanced Studies Account Type: Saving Account Number: 0649010100018152 IFS Code: PUNB0456300 Bank Address: Punjab National Bank, Madhuban Chowk, Rohini, Delhi-110085


Registrations are open for following committees:

  • United Nations Security Council (UNSC)
  • Indian Parliament
  • United Nations General Assembly (UNGA)

For more Information Please Contact: Ms. Suchee Dixit, Incharge, Credence Club | Ph:-01127864596 | Email: mun@rdias.ac.in

Ms. Shuchi Dikshit
Event Incharge
Ms. Komal Jain
Mr. Sanchit Arora
Student Coordinator (Mob) 8447537644
Mr. Prashant Dangi
Student Coordinator (Mob) 9999984471

Rukmini Devi Institute of Advanced Studies 2A & 2B, Phase-1, Madhuban Chowk, Outer Ring Rd, Block D, Sector 14, Rohini, Delhi, 110085