A graduate from Delhi college of Arts and Commerce, Rohan’s self – introduction says, Stand-up comedian, Actor, Film Maker. (https://www.facebook.com/rohan.joshi.56?fref=ts)
But everybody around him knows Rohan as a prolific MUNer and an experienced and extremely well appreciated EB member. Let us just wait and see at DON BOSCO MUN ‘2016.
Tanumoy Majumder : Chair (UNGA – DISEC)
Tanumoy just graduated in law from an NLU and with an experience of more than half a decade in the MUNing circuit. He’s spent this time, participating in MUNs, winning them and redefining the whole MUN scene in the state. An avid debater, and footballer, he’s also an amateur surfer. And when not on sea, he could be found around his skateboard. Having had an interest in international law right from the start, he’s interned at a lot of high profile places, including top law firms and lawyers around the country. We’re happy to have his experience on board for this MUN.
This 2nd Year Law student from NUJS doesn’t need any introduction in Kolkata circuit. He has made winning a habit in all prestigious MUN Conferences around. Soft spoken, amiable, he can mesmerise you with his depth of knowledge and rational thinking.
Do we need to say more!
Andre is currently pursuing law at the WB National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata. He has been participating in MUN conferences since 2012, when he was a student at La Martiniere for Boys, and attributes some of his best public-speaking experiences to MUN. A cheery and helpful person by nature, he encourages communication of any kind – whether it be to clarify complex issues of foreign policy in relation to the agenda, or simply to exchange opinions on politics, music, books or tv shows of any kind. He looks to pursue litigation or legal policy studies.
Subham is a student of class XI of DON BOSCO School, Liluah. A talented MUNer and debater, he is well known for his oratory skills throughout. His expertise also lay in business management event having won many accolades for the same. His creativity will certainly give rise to interesting turns to the discussions in the committee. The Asian frontier is his acreage of interest making the South China Sea an ideal agenda for him to moderate.
This class XI student of DON BOSCO School, Liluah has made a mark in each and every public speaking event and conference he has been to. Behind a calm and composed demeanor lies an academically inclined mind, who makes his institution proud by excellent academic performance. His enthusiasm in committee is noteworthy. Mohit’s vast experience with discussions on the Middle East in general and terrorism in particular indeed makes him a perfect choice to be a part of the UNSC.