Lotus Valley International School Gurugram has significantly been able to epitomize the synthesis of four Cs: Collaboration. Consultation. Coordination and Conscientiousness by organizing an ebullient inaugural ceremony on the first day of LOTUSMUN’22: SHAPE THE NARRATIVE , 14th October 2022.
The Model United Nations Conference brought together more than 500 delegates from 22 schools across Delhi-NCR comprising of 9 Committees, namely; United Nations General Assembly, United Nations Commission on the Status of Women and other significant committees, including International Press, with the objective to comprehensively analyze details of the problems concerning the international community, and to intellectually respond by suggesting pragmatic solutions.
The inaugural ceremony began with the tradition of our school music performance along with lighting of the lamp to invoke the divine blessings.The school auditorium reverberated with the melody of ‘Reign of peace’ song sung by the School choir. The choir and the orchestra came together on the stage for collaborative music making that set the mood and ambience for peaceful atmosphere.
The heartwarming welcome address was delivered by the Director-Principal, Ms. Anita Malhotra. In her message, ma’am encouraged learners to have the determination and passion to create global-management skills, and to revolutionise the world with their bold, pragmatic and progressive ideas to SHAPE THE NARRATIVE.
The Chief Guest of the day, Mr. Shehzad Poonawala, in his message urged the leaders of tomorrow to be discerning and mindful of the choices they make and work most productively to contribute in the progress of the nation by ensuring that they bring social and economic justice in the society.In tandem with the principles of democracy, he switched his address from a monologue to an interactive dialogue between him and the young delegates present in the auditorium. In his interaction with the youth in attendance, he explained the significance of multiculturalism in the modern time and also asserted that pluralities and diversities have their roots in our great nation, India.
Day 1 at LotusMUN ‘22 provided opportunities for the students to replicate the workings of the UN. Delegates looked at the problems faced by the international community from the perspective of a world leader and built probable consensus.It was a stupendous success and our team is looking forward to the continuation of fierce yet constructive debates on the final day of this mega event!