The RDIAS Model United Nations [RDIASMUN] Conference was established in the year 2018 with the goal of empowering the youth to help shape a better tomorrow for a sustainable society. Looking at the enthusiasm of the delegates in the first two sessions, we launched the premier edition of RDIAS International MUN under the flagship event of ‘RDIAS Global Summit’. Going by the overwhelming response of the stakeholders, we now return with the Third edition of the event. RDIAS Global Summit 3.0 will witness speakers from around the globe debate on the most pressing issues concerning masses. With the delegates divided into three core committees and an international press, issues pertinent to the recent scenarios will be discussed.
The Summit is designed in such a way as to provide prospects to harness and advance opportunities for the leaders of tomorrow. It aims to encourage aspiring premiers by offering them a platform to exhibit their speech and diplomatic skills. From debates on economic conflicts to international security threats to global social crises, MUN addresses real world concerns to equip the participating young adults with practical and applicable expertise.
The theme of the event is concomitant with this year’s theme for United Nation’s General Assembly’s 77th Session, i.e., “Solidarity, Sustainability and Science“.
RDIAS Global Summit 3.0
REGISTRATION FEES: Rs. 1000 for National Delegates.
USD 10 for International Delegates
PRIZE: Best Delegate– Rs. 5,000 (for each committee)
High Commendation 1- Rs. 3,500 (for each committee)
High Commendation 2– Rs. 2,000 (for each committee)
Best International Press Reporter – Rs. 2,000 (only one)
All participants of the event will be awarded with e-certificates.
Last Date of Registration: 3rd May, 2023 (Wednesday).
Eligibility Criteria- Who can participate?
Privacy and Intellectual Property Rights
All clothing must portray professionalism as expected in diplomatic settings. If attire is deemed inappropriate by RDIAS MUN staff, individuals may be asked to leave the session and return with appropriate attire.
Delegates should follow proper dress code (boys and girls) which is as under:
(b) Shirt plain full sleeves.
(c) Neck Tie (optional)
(d) Decent Shoes/Belly
(e) Turban: (for Sikh students only)
(f) Indian Kurta (Optional for delegates of AIPPM Committee only)
Code and Conduct