3 Reasons Why You Can’t Miss The Bombay Summit 2018

With changing times, it is important to be up to date about the newly arising issues about the world.  A Model United Nations is a perfect gateway for students to express their views, develop their own opinions and spread awareness. It is also the perfect place for you to develop confidence, hone your speaking skills, debate and discuss real world issues and take considerable action for the same.

The Bombay Summit provides an action-packed ‘MUNning’ experience with high quality discussions and experienced chairpersons who will ensure that you have a kick-ass time. The Bombay Summit will be a two-day conference from 27th to 28th October 2018 at the Parle International Hotel.

Can’t wait to go? Here are 3 reasons why you should definitely be there.

  1. The Executive Board

The committee is filled with MUN veterans who have only chaired the best of conferences. They have the ability to drive the committee to new horizons and are sure to give effect to great debates. This is a Board which has with them members who boast of a total of more than 300 MUN’s collectively, under their belt.

  1. Networking

The Bombay summit is a place driven by people with great experience. We pride ourselves on creating a network of some of the brightest individuals and associates of various MUNs from within the city and beyond. One of our many talented chairpersons, is the Secretary General not only at the Pune Leadership Conference but also the MIT Pune MUN. Our summit is a place to grow by connecting with engaging , young and inspirational individuals .

  1.  Experience, Experience, And Prizes

You stand a chance to attend other MUNs and be able to have the ultimate bragging rights of having attended The Bombay Summit and even getting your fees waived. You not only gain experience but stand to win 75k worth of cash prizes.  

The fun and vibrant organizing committee have been working day and night trying to ensure that you have the best experience possible.

What are you waiting for?

Register here.