Rev. Fr. Manager's Message
“Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding." Albert Einstein’s thought provoking words are not just words but are the beacons of light that can guide our astray, thirsting souls into a cosmos imbued with global peace and amity. The world, today, is feuding with belligerence amongst nations and the ever looming menaces of annihilation. Not just bureaucratic contrarieties but ideological discrepancies and aggravated prejudice towards the marginalized communities are growing exponentially.
What we desperately need are citizens who are well versed with the futility of wars and in whose hearts and minds peace finds resonance. The absolute need of the hour is to bring about people to a common colloquium where dissensions can be reconciled through colloquies, dialogue and mutual understanding. We, at SXMUN, have always embraced avenues that would allow young leaders and global citizens to augment their responsibility apropos their nations and towards mankind as a whole by venturing into the, as of yet, less scouted arenas of cosmopolitanism and statecraft. The objective is to proffer unfaltering solutions to world quandaries in an attempt to parley with, negotiate and prepense upon issues of seismic significance.
The conscience of picknies is edified by the ascendancies that encompass them and their notions of good and evil are ensued from the scrupulous ambience they suspire in. Ergo, the world must be conscious about the surfeit of cataclysms persisting everywhere and all the countries need to procure to a consensus in order to engender a sanguine change in the world that would succour humanity. With this thought in mind, I welcome you all to partake in SXMUN’22 and hope that the convocation will provide our dynamic, budding leaders with strategies and ideas to help resolve the strife and enmity plaguing the modern world currently. I extend my best and unfeigned wishes to all the delegates and look forward to impeccable plenaries ahead.
With best regards and a rewarding experience.
Rev. Fr. Principal's Message
As wars and conflicts take root in our world the need for Model United Nations has become imperative. As young leaders your passionate voice for change can never go unheard if its voice of conscious done through consensus.
We are writing to formally invite you to join us for SXMUN’22 at Bathinda, Punjab. SXMUN’22 with its theme ‘Conscious, Consensus, Change’ our 6th annual conference, will run 5 highly engaging committees and agendas that will not only ignite your thinking skills but prepare you for real-world perspectives.
Today, the world yearns for a conscious policy makers and enlightened trailblazers who can engage themselves profusely in hauling off mankind out of the imbroglio of raging wars and conflicts, eternal disputes and digressions in order to reconstruct the world on the cornerstones of peaceful dialogue, deference for contrasting opinions and mutual apprehension.
SXMUN with insightful ratiocinates, analysis and scrutinization will inevitably stimulate and train tomorrow’s leaders to navigate a diverse and complex world.
I reckon the active participation and engagement of delegates in the conference that shall lend a Midas touch to erudition, scrupulous endeavours, realistic simulations and leave an exhilarating influence on posterity.
With best wishes and a rewarding experience.
Coordinator's Message (SXMUN'22)
Dear Faculty Advisors and Prospective Delegates,
Every jiff, the world becomes rife with myriads of tensity, engulfs in escalating animosities, and experiences diplomatic failures which jeopardize the fragile balance of peace in our world. Thereby, to better equip ourselves to navigate these sitches and apprehend the current geo-political problems faced by individuals residing not only in the vicinity, but also in the remote corners of the world, we must learn from the past.
In order to edify the juvenile into succouring the populaces efficaciously, while they decipher the truth on disparate global issues and discover the barbarous realities of life, we, at SXMUN, endeavour to fortify a dogmatic thought process in the students as they prepare for the challenges of the future. The main objective is to engender benevolence in every delegate and invigorate them to proselytize and espouse world peace. We envision every participant as being leaders of tomorrow, equipped with a rationale to combat any despotism or brutality in order to lead mankind on a less destructive path. Our venture has always been to make the event more illuminating for the young minds by providing them an opportunity to engage in debating and deliberating over some of the most pressing hitches that afflict our world today. Curated for both, beginners and veteran participants alike, our committee programs shall offer enthralling experiences to all the delegates.
Unequivocally, our youth is surging a new future for they see the verity of Mahatma Gandhi’s words – “We must become the change we want to see in the world” – even as they obey their heart, pursue their dreams and vanquish their own trail. Their path of hope, fortitude, candour and probity will concoct a world whose ‘golden age’ is not beyond but ahead of us. Hence, it is with immense pride that I invite you to join us for the sixth edition of the St. Xavier’s Model United Nations conference to be held within our picturesque campus in Bathinda.
With best regards and an enriching experience.
Secretary General's Message
"With confidence, you have won before you have started", quoted by Marcus Garvey defines the theory of confidence, wisdom, and self-esteem, judging one's intellect during hard times. With strong self-esteem lies the strong commitment and resolutions, we indulge ourselves to shape and divide up with the surfeit of enigma we face in the outside world. With the ongoing and continuous process of facing the paramount crisis of dilemma in the upcoming 'new world', we as young generations need to be obliged to stay CONSCIOUS enough to cope with. A change is very imperative as it has the most dramatic impact on our lives. There is no avoiding it because it compels you to reassess how you indulge your survival. It is our power of choice that concedes us to activate positive change in the world, a decision-making consensus can be the most effective tool that would weave the foremost ideas and key concerns with creative solutions inspiring both individuals and future generations too. In a globe of ample quarrels and conflicts, we as young bees need to suck nectar to fulfil the hunger for a prosperous unity among ourselves and stay vigilant. The theme 'CONSCIOUS CONSENSUS CHANGE' aims to bring out a divulged perspective of one's logic and intelligence accentuating a change around the unconscious world. In today's more shock-prone world, the challenges we face are just indivisible, our efforts to solve them must be indivisible as well. Quite fairly, we as subjects of the concerned world together as United Nations requisite to make headway a consensus, so that our broaches and opinions boundaries the root cause of the problem. The threats to our collective prosperity can only be solved by a tested platform that witnesses the presence of global collaboration with the sixth edition of SXMUN that brings forth the opportunity for all growing individuals to be heard with their loud voices and win against the odd. Here, we are with SXMUN'22 to contribute towards debate for the world and to inspire CHANGE. Henceforth, I solemnly provoke a symposium and leap up with confidence by thriving it well, praying for a resilient future.
With Warm Regards,
The Security Council has primary responsibility, under the UN Charter, for
the maintenance of international peace and security. It has 15 Members (5
permanent and 10 non-permanent members). Each Member has one vote.
Under the Charter, all Member States are obligated to comply with Council
decisions. The Security Council takes the lead in determining the existence
of a threat to the peace or act of aggression. It calls upon the parties to a
dispute to settle it by peaceful means and recommends methods of
adjustment or terms of the settlement. In some cases, the Security Council
can resort to imposing sanctions or even authorize the use of force to
maintain or restore international peace and security. The Security Council
has a Presidency, which rotates, and changes, every month
AIPPM provides a platform for delegates to discourse, agree or disagree
and finally reach to a consensus on national issues. Delegates represent
personalities from different political parties of our country. This Indian
committee simulates the real agendas by reproducing various stages of
policy and jurisdiction as well as updating us with different issues going on
in our country.
It will deal with issues relating to economic growth and development such
as macroeconomic policy questions; financing for development;
sustainable development; globalization and interdependence; eradication
of poverty; operational activities for development; agriculture development,
food security and nutrition; information and communications technologies
for development; and towards global partnerships.
UNODC’s mission is to contribute to global peace and security, human
rights, and development by making the world safer from drugs, crime,
corruption, and terrorism. This Strategy for the next five years will equip
UNODC to deliver effectively, efficiently and with accountability, elevating
our support to the Member States to build just, inclusive and resilient
societies that leave no one behind
UNEP’s mission is to provide leadership and encourage partnership in
caring for the environment by inspiring, informing, and enabling nations and
peoples to improve their quality of life without compromising that of future
UNEP works on delivering transformational change for people and nature
by drilling down on the root causes of the three planetary crises of climate
change, nature and biodiversity loss, and pollution and waste. UNEP
employs seven interlinked subprogrammes for action: Climate Action,
Chemicals and Pollutions Action, Nature Action, Science Policy,
Environmental Governance, Finance and Economic Transformations and
I, Diya Asija, Secretary General of SXMUN'22, gladly welcome you all to the sixth edition of St. Xavier's Model United Nations 2022. With a desire to acknowledge my keen interest in debates and deliberations, MUN has given me an opportunity to dissertate surfeit of predicaments being faced around the world. Being a contributor in several MUN’s as a delegate and having worked as a journalist in SXMUN'19 has rendered me great assertiveness and experience. I have participated in multiple debate competitions at St. Xavier’s as a passionate speaker as well as an interjector. Moreover, assisting USG members in SXMUN for the last three consecutive years has helped me to garner a lot of perspective for organizing an event. I possess leadership skills and behold my promise to turn this colloquium to be one of the most enriching episode for all the delegates. Looking forward to embark on this platform with substantial ardour.
As Deputy Secretary General of SXMUN 2022, I, Paawan Saroop Kaur Sandhu find myself inspired to have you at the 6th edition of the St. Xavier School’s MUN conference.
MUN has trained me how to stand up for myself and respect the opinions of one another. This platform instilled in me the confidence to partake in various activities and to contest in our school elections(2021-22) which finally opened the door for me to be elected as the Speaker of our school Parliament. Such thoughtful deliberations have fostered in me the willpower to express myself without any hesitation. My MUN’s experience till date have been entirely engaging and unforgettable. With my curiosity of learning more, I am sure that SXMUN 22 with substantial agendas would be a great platform not only for me but also for all those who are going to be a part of it.
A grade 11 student at St. Xavier’s School, Bathinda, I, Deepika Bansal feel beyond ecstatic to be serving as the Director-General for SXMUN'22. Despite being initially apprehensive of stupendous words, hand gestures and daises, I have somehow made it from the back column to the big table. Whether it is the intriguing wrangles during moderated caucuses, the multifarious brain cells lost during the witching hour crises, or the cultured people that I have met along the way, MUNs have incredibly shaped me into who I am today. Reflecting upon my 4 years of implication within the Model UN community, all the hours of onerous composing seem to have been negated by the doting friendships and bounteous nature of this pursuit, but it is such committee experiences, both as a delegate and a USG member, that have ingrained in me a passion for the intricacies of global politics and diplomacy. From fermenting my adulation for world affairs to equipping me with the power of elocution, I have come to treasure both the academically stimulating and socially entertaining facets of an MUN, for which I also feel exceedingly grateful. Whether it is your first conclave, or if you heretofore have a stack of badges and placards at home, whether you will pitch in your first quivering speech or the centennial rebuttal at this colloquium, I am certain that this conference will spark a passion for diplomacy in every envoy that steps into the committee and that it will find its own remarkable place in your heart, whether it be in significant lessons, everlasting memories, or life-long friendships. Consequently, I am unequivocally looking forward to an engaging and unforgettable experience for everyone at the sixth iteration of St. Xavier’s Model United Nations.
I am Radhika who earned the privilege of serving my school as the Environment Minister followed by being designated as the Deputy Speaker of the School Parliament. Besides being fierce enough to stand up for what I truly believe in and warm enough to lend out a helping hand to others, I also possess oratory skills and volunteer often to verbalize my views with an indomitable spirit for the justified cause. I have participated as a delegate in MUN and also have a high-quality experience of working as a USG member. Presently elected as the Deputy Director General, I am acquiring a lot more knowledge and accumulating wider information about major national and international agendas by indulging myself in researching facts on global issues. With a zeal and thirst for exploring and learning more, I am convinced that SXMUN 2022 would be a rewarding event for all of us.
“Every new experience brings its own maturity and a greater clarity of vision"
A very warm greeting to all
I am Vanshika Setia, the Convener for SXMUN 2022.
Positive growth is very important in one's life, and hence, experiencing different things and learning from every mistake is what I believe in and have followed till date. Dancing , singing, acting, hosting, event organizing or academics, I have delivered my contribution in every possible way which in turn has nurtured me day after day and given me space to improvise myself. I was appointed as the 1st Deputy S.I.G Minister of my school and have also extended my best possible support to SXMUN 2021 as a member of USG. My MUN journey commenced in 2019 and during this journey, I assimilated innumerable valuable skills. MUNs have helped me immensely in building my personality, expanding my knowledge, elevating my confidence, and above all, creating a holistic aptitude in myself. I hope the 6th Edition of SXMUN gives us a valuable and memorable experience to cherish and learn from and help us shape a better tomorrow.
‘Life is a journey, with problems to solve, lessons to learn, but most of all, experiences to enjoy.’
I, Amanat Brar, currently serving as the Prime Minister of St. Xavier’s School, Bathinda and elected as the Chief of Staff for SXMUN 2022, feel fortunate enough to extend my greetings to all of you and pleasurably welcome you to the 6th edition of SXMUN. SXMUN, since its very beginning , has grown to set a benchmark of quality and widespread recognition. Personally, I have always aspired to become a part of the Organizing Committee of this amazing and zealous event. Having attended a number of MUN’s, I have developed a rational thinking towards the issues being faced by the world today. These conferences have helped me boost my confidence over the years, and have also inspired me to find a solution to every problem I come across. I look forward to seeing the upcoming convention full of constructive dialogues and I assure that we would make this event a successful and memorable one.