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Tuesday, 17 January 2017

CET MUN Workshop: The Art of Diplomacy

By: Team PenTastic
Written by: Bedopam Roy

The engrossed audience!

“Diplomacy is the art of telling people
To go to hell in such a way
That they ask for directions”
-By Winston Churchill


With the upcoming Perception 2k17, the annual techno-literary-management fest of CET, CET-MUN happens to be an irresistible part of this extravaganza. It is a podium for the students to showcase their ability to research on a given topic, critically analyse it, present it and debate on it. It is in this event that team work and leadership skills take a centre stage.

To make the students of CET familiar with the procedures, rules and regulations of MUN, a workshop was organised on 16th of January 2017 at B-407. The time kept for the workshop was 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm for 3rd & 4th year and 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm for 1st & 2nd year. The event was organized by Cetadel and hosted by Arghya Patnaik along with Biswa R Mishra and Kaustuv Bose. Arghya Patnaik took the whole workshop of explaining the rules to a different level. With a talent like him, the whole event was going on an enjoyable roller coaster ride.

The MUNdis!!

The team MUN described the rights, motions, resolutions which the delegates will have to follow in the actual MUN scenario. All the would-be-representatives of MUN wholeheartedly participated having no academic load at this juncture of the academic year. There were a baggage of questions asked by the participants which was answered by the organisers with crystal clear clarity. Even some countries were taken as examples and their foreign policy was discussed.

The Committees and Agenda!

Such events truly showcase and enhance the rich and abundant talent in CET in the areas of diplomacy, leadership and the ability to mould others to our opinion. Nonetheless, it was CET-MUN team which worked day in and day out to make the upcoming event a very successful one. Looking forward to lots of fun during the ensuing CET-MUN. At last let’s not forget,

"When diplomacy stops, war begins."


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