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Wolf of Dalal Street was a test to the participants, of the wit, marketing expertise as well as tackling socio-economic issues. The Delhi Poetry Slam was also organised wherein slam poets namely Akhil Saxena, Rei Bantawa, ARN, Neeti Prakash and Deveena Verma spoke about socials issues concerning the LGBT community and Section 377.

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The second day of colloquium commenced with the opening ceremony while the NSITMUN saw huge participation from participants from all over the Delhi MUN circuit. The following committees were part of the two day conference: General Assembly, Historic Security Council, C34 Special Committee on Peacekeeping operations and UN Review Meeting on Sanctions. IP (International Press) was eventful with guest of honour and judge Mr. Ashish Shukla.

IPC (Indian Parliamentary Colloquium) included committees like All India Political Parties Meet, National Security Council and Special Historic Committee. It was followed by a panel discussion on “Expense of free expression” with Mr. Anuj Gosalia and Ms. Suchismita Chattopadhyay as panelists.

The interactive session with Ms. Shilpa Gupta, author of Ananya – A bittersweet journey was also organised, with a variety of questions put forward by the audience.

The MUN and IPC conferences ended on the third day with the closing ceremony being held in the main auditorium. The chairs and vice chairs were present and the participants were rewarded with trophies and certificates.


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