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3-day Model United Nations Discussion Program Organized by Kathmandu Pragya Kunj School

Event 06 Jan 2023 376 0

Model United Nations Discussion Program Organized by Kathmandu Pragya Kunj School

The 3-day Model United Nations discussion program organized by Kathmandu Pragya Kunj School had a grand opening in the midst of a ceremony.

Aysani Lebe, Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Project for Nepal in Nepal, inaugurated the event by lighting a lamp in Panas.

Speaking at the opening session, she said that the leaders of tomorrow are the students of today and wished the program success. She expressed her belief that such a model discussion will help to make students' thinking global and also help them gain knowledge about the world's environment, development, social, economic, and political as well as crisis detection and resolution measures.

"Representative Lebe compared his student life with current student life, and such programs help to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, which are top priorities," she said.

In addition, she urged Kathmandu Pragya Kunj Vidyalaya to take such a program done by private schools to public and government schools and expressed her belief that it will help the development of the entire nation.

Addressing the opening session, Kapil Dev Regmi, a member of the school management committee, said that Pragya Kunj School will always provide contemporary and practical education and this three-day program will provide students with timely education and development of timely knowledge, skills, and behavior. The main objective of this program is to impart life-useful education with confidence by increasing global interest among the students, stated Advait Thapa, General Secretary of GLCA.

In the opening session of the program, 83 students representing 65 countries will discuss various topics including environment, human rights, health, finance, and commerce as well as international security.


Kathmandu Pragya Kunja School, Kathmandu

New Baneshwor, Kathmandu

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