PU students win awards
Lahore: Punjab University’s Model United Nations (PUMUN) team has won six Outstanding Diplomacy Awards at the Muenster University Model United Nations (MUIMUN) 2011 at Muenster, Germany and Finnish Model United Nations (FinMUN) 2011 at Helsinki, Finland.
A press release said a 9-member student delegation from PU took part in MUIMUN 2011 in which over 200 delegates from the world participated and students won the Outstanding Diplomacy Awards. The winning students include Mohammad Umer Riaz and Zeeshan Nadeem of Law College, Saad Arsalan Iqbal of College of Art & Design, Uneza Hamid of ICS and Muhammad Saqib of ICET.
As many as four students were selected as judges by Munster University, Germany. The students not only served as members of the secretariat in Munster University Model United Nations Conference 2011 but also adjudicated sessions in various committees. The students included Muhammad Bilal Ramazan and Ameer Hamza Dogar of Law College, Sher Afghan Malik of IAS and Raza Bakir Shah of IBA.
The delegation took part in FinMUN 2011. Students from various nationalities took part in this single committee conference.
PU delegation won the award for “Best Delegation at Global Village” and the sole Outstanding Diplomacy Award was won by Uneza Hamid of ICS.
This is the first time that PUMUN delegation took part in Finnish Model United Nations. PU VC Dr Mujahid Kamran and Chairperson Department of English Language & Literature and Director PU Model United Nations Society Prof Shaista Sonnu Sirajuddin have congratulated the students on their most commendable achievement. The news