Harvard Model United Nations India 2022

Harvard Model United Nations builds upon seven decades of experience - with the first Model League of Nations in 1927, followed by the first Model UN conference in 1953. HMUN is an initiative of Harvard University's IRC, engaging more than 6000 students annually across its conferences in the USA, China, Dubai, and India. 

This year in its 13th edition of HMUN India, the conference hosted 1370 delegates from over 130 schools across the globe at Hyderabad International Convention Centre between August 12- 15, 2022

Each year HMUN ensures to bring forward some of the most pressing global issues for the young diplomats creating a platform for a discourse that makes the young minds develop Global Perspective and 6 C’s of the 21st century learning skills.

This year the delegation from Shiv Nadar School NOIDA consisted of 25 students and bagged 9 most prestigious awards at the Conference. With each committee consisting of over 100 delegates participating, the students emerged triumphantly in the largest and most competitive MUN Conference in India.


Best delegate 

Anamitraa Jaiswal in UN Development Program

Diya Nischal in World Health Organisation


Honourable Mention 

Krishnav, UN Security Council

Deepanshu, UN Security Council

Kamya Malhotra Human Rights Council


Diplomatic Commendation 

Madhav Badhwar in UNICEF

Ranveer Kapoor CSW

Yashviir Modi SOCHUM


Future Leader Award 

Tanish Arora in Commission on Development

Education For Life