NITCMUN 

Kochi Edition

June 24-25, 2016 at Grand Hotel Kochi, Kochi, Kerala
Dive in to the World of the Model United Nations

 

Kerala has so much to offer with phenomenal developments happening  in the past decade.Kochi is well on its way to becoming on par with many of India's top metro cities and as students we need to utilize this situation. That's why an enthusiastic group of  NITCians decided to conduct an MUN of international standards .   

 

Model UN or MUN is a powerful educational tool that offers highly valuable benefits to students.Whether you are a  beginner looking to try out MUNs, or looking for something to put on your college or job resume, or MUNing is your passion with years of experience in your bag, there's a place for you at NITCMUN Kochi 2016.Let's take MUNing to a whole new level!

                  CASH PRIZES WORTH RS 8000/- TO BE WON

 

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TAKING PLACE ON
JUNE 24-25, 2016
 
Grand Hotel Kochi 
 

 Mahatma Gandhi Rd, Ernakulam South, Ernakulam, Kerala 682011, India

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SOCHUM

[Social Cultural and Humanitarian Committee] 

About the Topic

CAPITAL PUNISHMENTS AND THE RIGHT  TO LIVE

Capital punishment is a term which indicates muddled thinking. The dilemna of to kill or be killed,which confronts civilised society daily and inexorably,is bedeviled by the jumble of panic,superstition,and angry resentment, we call punishment, expiation, propitiatory blood sacrifice, justice and many other imposing names. The dilemna is a hard fact which must be faced and organised. The jumble should be unravelled and its superstitions utterly discarded .

 

Many oppose capital punishment and see the penalty as barbaric and against human values. We have seen the release of some highly publicised studies that show a number of innocents had been put to death. It creates sympathy for the monstrous perpetrators of the crime. Other's support the penalty and see the punishment as a very important tool in fighting violent pre-meditated murder and give closure to the  victims' families who have suffered so much. If "would-be" criminals know undoubtedly that they will be put to death should they murder with premeditation,many of them might ultimately decide to spare the victim's life.

 

Set out to explore the ethics  and legality of this system with NITCMUN'16 this 25th and 26th of June.

 

 

 

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