The ongoing initiative by the Department of Social Science is meant to offer details to the students about the operating of the UN as effectively as offer a frequent platform to them for expressing their views as representatives of member nations of United Nations. Student delegates from eight Indian Schools – Muladha, Sur, Sohar, Muscat, Jalan, Nizwa, Ma’abela, Seeb, and the host college ISWK participated in the competitors to speak on Millennium Development Goals 2030 (sustainable improvement).
Samir Yumkhaibam, second secretary and education officer, Embassy of India, Muscat, was the chief guest. Principal D N Rao welcomed the chief guest as effectively as other dignitaries and particular invitees. Five student delegates from each and every participating college represented a UN member state each and every, to voice their views on the relevant targets which that member state espoused towards reaching sustainable improvement.
Every speaker was permitted 3 minutes to make ideas towards how the nation they symbolised, could assist attain UN Millennium Development Goals. It was gratifying to listen to the young speakers in the part of representatives of member nations voicing instant issues toward realising the targets set up by the UN.
The competitors was adjudged by Shymala Iyer, Sandhya and George Thomas,
all distinguished orators from Toastmasters International.
The chief guest, in his speech, stressed upon the significance and part of the United Nations in establishing lasting peace.
Information Source: Muscat Daily