We now announce our collaboration with United Nations Information Center for India and Bhutan. Our forum would be stricty bounded by ROPs given in the guidelines of UN4MUN to help us understand functioning of UN in a better way. MUN organizers and delegates require various resources as they prepare for a conference. UNIC strives to build on its MUN engagement by providing as many of these resources as possible in one place on this page. We have drafted a Guide for Organizers and a Guide for Attendees by distilling, organizing and adding to the Guidebook released by UN4MUN and the Rules of Procedure of Global MUN. As a part of an effort to bring Model UNs closer to the actual functioning of the UN, and thus make simulations both more realistic and more thorough, these rules are different in many ways from traditional MUN models.
Rules for HAMUN
CODE OF CONDUCT 1. Delegates must wear their identity cards for their own safety and identification purposes. 2. The use of cell phones and internet is strictly prohibited in the premises. Laptop will be allowed for the sake of conference related work. We would not be responsible for any case of stolen property. 3. If you will be found responsible for any damage to the school property or endanger your own safety or the safety of any other person at the school, you will immediately be expelled from the conference. 4. In case anyone violates any of the above rules of conduct they would be asked to leave immediately. It should also be noted that the delegates must obey the instructions given to them by the Conference staff or any other advisor or faculty member.
Dress Code for MUN
Dress code for the conference is as follows: Girls: Formal trousers or knee length skirts with shirts. Comfortable sandals or formal shoes are recommended. Boys: Suit with a tie and formal shoes (No jeans, hats, T-shirts or tennis shoes)