Your opinion matters! All you need is Confidence to win Rs 1.5 Lakh but here’s why you can’t

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Your opinion matters! All you need is Confidence to win Rs 1.5 Lakh but here’s why you can’t
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There's so much happening in the world around us that keeps us thinking. But do we really get chance to voice out our opinions in public? 

United Nations Academic Impact Colloquium - 2018 (UNAIC 2018) held by KFUNIA in direct collaboration with The United Nations and The United Youth Circuit gives you a golden chance to voice out your opinion. It is a great platform to build confidence and spruce up your speaking abilities. 

It is the first Youth Summit held in collaboration with the United Nations in India, where more than 250 delegates from all over the Indian subcontinent and surrounding countries would be present. This Model United Nations Conference will pave the way for the MUNs of high calibre to be held in the future in the country.

The conference is set to take place at Thangal Kunju Musiliar (TKM) College of Engineering, Kollam in Kerala; a prestigious institute established in 1958 and has an alumni network over the entire globe. 

Being one of the top engineering colleges in the state, it is the most appropriate venue to hold an event of this stature. Apart from this, the delegates will also get to experience the serene beauty of God's own country!

Major UN Councils:

Major UN Councils:

The conference will mainly be featuring councils - UNGA, UNHRC, UNIC, UNSC, and ECOSOC. 

The prize money up for grabs is worth a total of 1.5 lakhs, and obviously, you also get the bragging rights of being a part of such a grand event! 

All the members of this board hold an experience of 500+ conferences and are coming from around the world. UNAIC 2018 is all set to be an event that shall be remembered, 

This remarkable event will be happening from 19-21 January 2018 at TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, Kerala, India. 

UNAIC 2018 would be an exceptional event in the history of MUNs.

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