SAARC- South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation holds summit to provide opportunities to the countries of this region by collectively reflecting on how South Asia can play its rightful role in the international arena.
Jubilee Hills Public School organized ‘A Model SAARC Summit’ on 22nd & 23rd July, 2016 to promote the spirit of cooperation rather than competition. It is a platform provided to students to give stimulation and expose them to the current set of problems and bilateral relationships amongst South East Asian Countries.
The Chief Guest, Dr. J. Purna Chandra Rao, IPS, Chairman, Telangana State Level Police Recruitment Board, Hyderabad. In his speech, he said that communication & coordination are necessary to resolve any issue within the country and among the countries. He appreciated the school’s effort in organizing the event on a grand scale.
Sri. P. Subba Rao, Vice President, JHES presented a memento to the Chief Guest. The Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund said that one can achieve development by loving family, neighbours, state and country to face developed countries.
The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi welcomed the participants and said that the school wanted to be unique amongst the CBSE schools and decided to organize the Model SAARC instead of MUN. The Academic Director, Ms. G. Sree Devi spoke about the importance and significance of SAARC.
Students from nine schools participated in this programme. A student from each school impersonated of nine countries and addressed the gathering. They focused on friendship with SAARC countries, strengths, achievements, trade, terrorism and growth of GDP etc. Committees like SAFTA, Education, Environment, Financial Cooperation, Energy, etc. were formed. Two delegates from each country discussed on bilateral & multilateral issues and gave suggestions.
‘The Best Prime Minister Award’ & ‘The Best Delegate Award’ from each committee were given on this occasion. At the end of two day SAARC session, the young minds enriched their knowledge of foreign relations, strengths and weaknesses of member countries. The programme was appreciated by one and all.
Posted on July 23, 2016