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Dr. Saroj Suman Gulati

Dear Delegates,

“Economic growth without social progress lets the great majority of people remain in poverty, while a privileged few reap the benefits of rising abundance.” John F. Kennedy

It is being strongly believed that within a span of another ten years, more than half the world’s population will be living in cities. The United Nations (UN) has stated that this will threaten cities with social conflict, environmental degradation and the collapse of basic services. It is high time that we understood that ‘Sustainability is all about ecology, economy and equity.’

The topic ‘Sustainable economic growth and social equity’ has been well chosen for deliberation for this very vibrant platform of BBIMUN, because what the world needs today is ingenious planning and a futuristic vision to support long-term economic growth without negatively impacting the social, environmental, and cultural aspects of the community. Economic sustainability is all about giving people what they want, without compromising the quality of life - an economy that is ready to embark on a sustainable development with an eye on reduction in inequalities – both personal and regional, full development of manpower resources including employment generation; eradication of poverty; and self-reliance with emphasis on science and technology and modernisation

The pace of rapid development, especially after the 1950s has affected the environment adversely. It was realised that both development and environment are very much needed for the survival and good life in the posterity. Our industrial way of life with its ethos of expansion, is not ‘sustainable’. Rates of growth in population and consumption are undermining human survival prospects by disrupting ecosystems and depleting resources. The need is to create a society which is sustainable and which will give the fullest possible satisfaction.

To quote the words of Mahatma Gandhi, “For me, an India, which does not guarantee freedom to the lowliest of those born, not merely within an artificial boundary but within its natural boundary, is not free India….. I shall work for an India in which the poorest shall feel that it is their country, in whose making they have an effective voice; an India in which there will be no high class and low class of people; an India in which all communities shall live in perfect harmony. …Everyone must have a balanced diet, a decent house to live in, facilities for the education of one’s children and adequate medical relief…”

The vision of economic growth and social equity that Mahatma Gandhi envisioned for India stands true worldwide, because the rapid pace of industrial and materialistic growth has widely divided the world into the affluent rich and the poverty stricken underprivileged and under developed economies. The need is to promote social equity… a concept also known as environmental justice, which ensures a fair treatment and involvement of all people and communities—regardless of race, gender, national origin, or income level, in the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies. Such would be the true investment we, as adults, can make for our future generations, because, “An investment isn’t an investment if it destroys the planet.”


Dr. Saroj Suman Gulati


Blue Bells Group of Schools



Charge D’Affaires
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Mrs. Alka Singh

Dear Delegates,


Blue Bells International United Nations Conference is defined by its participating institutions and individuals who make it special by contributing with their unique qualities, talents and experience. It gives me immense pleasure to invite you to be the integral stakeholders of this edition of BBIMUN to be held at Blue Bells Model School Sec 4 ,Gurgaon on 14th and 15th October 2023.

We live in a world that is rapidly changing on a daily basis in front of our own eyes at so many levels. Humanity has never been more advanced than it is today, in terms of science and technology, and in its varied skills. Yet, a multitude of deep and pressing concerns such as ,social inequity, global inequality, climate change, the unprecedented loss of biodiversity, unrestrained urbanization and destructive forms of economic aspirations have increased exponentially in the last century. These challenges require the concerted and aligned effort of the entire race, along with a moral obligation as residents of one planet, to actively be a part of the movement for ‘sustainable economic growth in sync with social equity’.

One of the keys to a sustainably developing society is education. It cannot be limited to education aligned towards information, but education of the masses in a holistic manner. Children are not only our future, but also our present. BBIMUN seeks to provide a platform for these fearless minds to unite and deliberate in a focused and structured manner to seek solutions to pressing concerns. At BBIMUN, committees will endeavor to discuss the on-ground implementation of innovative solutions through their specialized nature. Each student at BBIMUN will have the power to steer and shape discourse among his or her own peers towards creative and sustainable methods that they will be in a position to implement not so far into the future. With their sensitivity to angles often missed out by lethargic institutions, each participant will be able to explore uncharted territory and learn in depth about the issues being discussed in the eleven committees being simulated at BBIMUN.

The students, staff, faculty and all levels of governance of Blue Bells Model School Sec 4 Gurugram will ensure that our problem-solvers have the resources and support required to ensure rich discussions and learning experiences. On behalf of the entire BBIMUN team, I invite you to be a steward and a responsible trustee of this movement for awareness and realization of a larger vision for a better and sustainable future for humanity.





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Mr. Yogesh Sharma

Dear Delegates

It gives me great pleasure to welcome all of you to the 2023 Blue Bells International Model United Nations Conference!

For last seven chapters, BBIMUN has always prided  itself on its diversity of thoughts, backgrounds, and committees. Ranging from our large General Assemblies to our signature Online International Simulation Committee, BBIMUN strives to present delegates with a forum to promote diplomacy, utilize creativity, and forge lasting relationships. As a young generation, today we have the chance to change the world, change it into a fair, lively, and graceful world bringing prosperity and security to each individual. Every day we get a chance to do something different, to change the world! This is why we should start now and prepare ourselves by seizing each opportunity that will allow us to do so. This is why our conference’s goal is to encourage the youth to take part in different debates in order to meet with the worldwide challenges present today, while they learn to share their ideas and their standpoints working jointly with diligence. I hope BBIMUN will bring you the inspiration and empowerment with which Model UN has gifted me. We are excited to embark on this innovative and unique journey with you.

"You are here to step into the shoes of UN ambassadors — to draft resolutions, to plot strategy, to negotiate with your allies as well as your adversaries”- Ban-Ki-Moon, Former UN Secretary General  


Warm Regards

Yogesh Sharma

Chef De Cabinet


De Cabinet

FROM THE DESK OF THE The Senior Advisor


"Sustainability is not a destination, but a journey." - Paul Hawken


Dear Delegates,

Greetings of the day!


I feel deeply honoured and delighted to be a part of this prestigious and gala annual conference, the BBIMUN’2023, and am eager to see what you all delegates accomplish.

To carry forward the idea of Sustainability, we have chosen this year’s theme, which not only invokes our responsibility towards the very idea but also busts the myth, that it can not go hand in hand with economic prosperity.

This is a critical issue facing our world today, and we all must work together to address it. Sustainable economic growth means creating an economy that can grow without harming the environment or the people who live in it. We urge the youth of today and the leaders of tomorrow to intellectually challenge themselves by attempting to devise appropriate policies and make our economies, greener.

Mr. Mudit Marwah

As important as our obligation towards the environment, is our responsibility towards our society. Along with sustainable economic growth, we have ventured into Social equity, which means ensuring that everyone has a fair chance to succeed, regardless of their background. 

These are two of the most important challenges of our time, and I am confident that you all have the skills and the passion to make a difference. As you prepare for the conference, I encourage you to think about how you can use your voice to advocate for sustainable economic growth and social equity.

Keeping up with the innovation in our theme for this year, we have brought quite a few interesting committees, like the COP28, a global summit for Climate Change and its impact on humanity, and the ICJ for those who passion the law of the land and choose to advocate for the right ideas, the G20 which promises to bring the global powers together for the cause of collaboration against pressing issues, the WTO to understand the economic impact of paradigm-shifting ideas and concepts and much more! 


BBIMUN unleashes a plethora of opportunities to keep the heavy machinery in the skull grinding, as we promote multidimensional thinking and formulation, of policies and resolutions, that make you stand, apart from the crowd. More power to all of you!



Mudit Marwah

Senior Advisor

Ms. Mannat Arora


“What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies within you”

-Ralph Waldo Emerson


We speak to you as the future leaders that we at BBIMUN envision you to be.

We ask you to take on a challenge that the world faces - a challenge that can ruin us, or can unveil to us a world that belongs to everyone equally. What we are doing today is pushing the world to the brink of disaster. Climatic shifts due to carbon emissions are creating hazards that our next generation will have to suffer. Wars and conflicts are being fought over resources that no one owns, but every country wants to control. Millions of lives are either lost or gravely affected by the consequences of our actions we don’t fully understand or choose to ignore. When we don’t feel the tremors of earthquakes and the wrath of tsunamis and cyclones that devastate livelihoods and entire populations, we witness rights of human beings being violated because of their gender, age, caste, creed and religion. Poverty and disease condemn entire populations into perpetual purgatory. Our rivers dry up, glaciers melt, global temperature rises as more and more people struggle to survive on the same resources each day. Even within the cocoon of cities, our children suffocate due to the air clogged with pollution, let alone those who are displaced and left to live the rest of their lives in darkness in refugee camps and tents. The world is not safe, and we must take action to mitigate these dangers and prevent them from worsening.

We decided to base this conference around the central theme of Sustainable Economic Growth and Social Equity with the aim to bring the theme to various stakeholders involved in global action. Through the simulation of different committees at BBIMUN, we enable our young leaders to discuss, deliberate, negotiate and resolve sustainability concerns at the international, regional, national and local level. Through these eleven platforms we have designed, we aim to sensitize ourselves and our peers about recognizing the need for a sustainable and more equitable future, so we can chart one out for ourselves.

We urge all participants to plunge into their research, take copious notes, ask themselves questions and soak in as much as they can. We urge them to do this until their head hurts, because it will lighten soon enough when they hear the entire hall clapping in celebration on the second day. But, above all, we encourage them to study, because that is at the heart of it all. Nothing can stop someone who resolves to never stop learning. Failure appears to be another opportunity to learn something new, while success appears to be only certification, as one becomes both a student and a teacher to themselves. That is what leaders are built of, and we think that every Delegate at BBIMUN 2023 is capable of becoming one.

So let’s join our hands and be a global citizen, act with passion & compassion. Help us make this world more equitable and more sustainable today and for future generations that will follow us. That is our moral responsibility.

We look forward to hosting you this October!



The Secretariat


Ms. Krisha Gupta

From the Desk of the Secretary General


"I have a dream!" were the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. What are your dreams? What are your aspirations? What hopes do you hold within your heart? There is nothing more powerful than a life brimming with hope. 

I was in the eighth grade when I first attended the BBMUN Conference (now BBIMUN). I have vivid memories of picking up my sister from school at 8 in the evening, and it was during this time that I witnessed the entire secretariat actively engaged in various tasks and activities, hustling to make the event a success. 

I distinctly remember that moment when my dream crystallized—I aspired to become a part of the BBIMUN secretariat.

In 2021, when I took on the role of a secretariat member at BBIMUN for the first time, I came to the profound realization that a Model United Nations Conference goes far beyond simply engaging in debates on global issues and dressing in formal suits. 

It's about the unwavering determination of a young individual to become the catalyst for change. It is about that one thought. Everything begins with the resolve to take that first step. From that action, wisdom arises, and change begins. 

How then can we win over ourselves and develop a strong mind of hope and victory?

This is where the concept of a community becomes crucial. We all need a place where we can find people who are on a similar journey as us.

BBIMUN serves as such a community. It unites people who believe in a shared vision, who embody hope, and who possess an unwavering determination. This is a community that not only motivates and supports one another through innovative means in the pursuit of global peace but also strives for change. Each delegate aims to nurture a selfless sense of purpose, contributing to their respective societies and creating a world we can all take pride in.

As Mahatma Gandhi once said, "Be the change you wish to see in this world."

The journey should start with oneself and move on to society.

"You are the hope of humanity! Each of you has a bright future ahead. Each of you has a precious potential waiting to be developed. Your success and your victory will be a victory for all of us. Your victory will lead the way in this century, the century of peace and humanity, the most important century for all humankind."

With immense pride and joy, I welcome all of you to the eighth edition of BBIMUN.

I believe in us all, and we must strive till the bitter end! 

May the force be with you! 


Warm Regards

Krisha Gupta

Secretary General


"Model United Nations is not just an exercise in diplomacy, but a powerful tool to cultivate global citizenship, foster understanding, and ignite the passion for positive change in the hearts of young leaders."

Warm greetings of the day!

I, Armaan, a high schooler and History Aficionado from Blue Bells Model School, feel empowered and honoured to be part of the Blue Bells International Model United Nations, 2023 secretariat. This is a dazzling feat, which I would have never claimed, if my deep inclination towards Model UN conferences, would not be developed.


I, along with every contributing hand at BBIMUN strive to develop and foster such inclination, diplomacy, analysis, and confidence in you, prospective delegates!

To carry forward the idea of Sustainability, we have chosen this year’s theme, which not only invokes our responsibility towards the very idea but also busts the myth, that it can not go hand in hand with economic prosperity. 

Mr. Armaan Sareen

Keeping up with the innovation in our theme for this year, we have brought quite a few interesting committees, like the COP28, a global summit for Climate Change, the R&AW, which never fails to bring the best out of the delegates, the ICJ for those who passion the law of the land, the G20, the WTO and much more!


So are you ready? As we unleash a plethora of opportunities to keep the heavy machinery in the skull grinding, as we promote multidimensional thinking and formulation, of policies and resolutions, that make you stand, apart from the crowd.


See you all on the 14th and 15th of October, nowhere else, but at the BBIMUN’23


Warm Regards

Armaan Sareen

Deputy Secretary General

Secretary General
Deputy Secretary



As delegates, you have the power to dissect these intricate issues, engage in thoughtful debates, and collectively craft solutions that go beyond rhetoric. Through collaboration and diplomacy, we hope to see the birth of innovative strategies that not only drive economic progress but also ensure that the benefits of growth are equitably distributed among all segments of society.

Your role in this conference is not merely to represent nations; it is to embody the spirit of global citizenship. The BBIMUN conference provides you with a safe space to challenge preconceived notions, learn from one another, and emerge as leaders who are committed to the principles of fairness, justice, and inclusivity.

Remember, the solutions you propose and the conversations you engage in have the potential to transcend these walls and echo far beyond this conference. Let your actions here inspire actions beyond, sparking a chain reaction of positive change that reverberates throughout the world.

As you immerse yourselves in this journey of exploration, dialogue, and growth, know that your dedication resonates with the very essence of BBIMUN's mission – to empower you as catalysts of change.

I eagerly await the remarkable discussions and resolutions that will emerge from your participation. Together, let us embark on this enlightening path toward a future we can proudly call our own.


Best regards,

Manisha Singh

BBIMUN Coordinator

"Empowering today's minds to shape tomorrow's world."

Dear Delegates,

As we gather for the Blue Bells International Model United Nations (BBIMUN) conference, I am reminded of the profound words of Margaret Mead: "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."

With this powerful sentiment in mind, we welcome you to a unique and transformative experience centered around the theme of "Sustainable Economic Growth and Social Equity." It is my privilege as the BBIMUN Coordinator to provide insight into the vision that propels our conference.

In a world grappling with complex challenges, we believe that the youth hold the key to unlocking a better future. Our aim with this conference is to foster a platform where your diverse voices, ideas, and perspectives converge to address the critical intersection of sustainable economic growth and social equity. These two pillars are not disparate entities; they are inextricably linked, and together, they shape the very foundation of our societies.


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Ms. Manisha Singh
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