MUN or Model United Nations is an educational simulation in which students typically role-play as delegates of different countries present in the United Nations and simulate its committees. This helps students develop leadership skills, research, writing, public speaking, and problem-solving skills. Moreover, coming up with solutions that are acceptable to a majority of the representative also inculcates skills of negotiation, conflict resolution, and cooperation. At our college, CMR national PU, we are fortunate to have a MUN club. Ever since our second MUN, where we had got best delegation as a school, we have been getting invites from the most prestigious schools in Bangalore to participate in their MUN. Smriti Bhardwaj who heads the MUN club has had the opportunity to chair several MUNs and has guided the team ably. She was allotted the role of Deputy Head of the International Press Corps at DPSMUN, as a chairperson for the Ryan MUN, as the Assistant Director at TISBMUN and many more such events. Students who join the club must be eloquent in the English language, indubitably diplomatic and a knack for problem-solving. But it takes a lot more than natural talent to win. At CMR we can proudly claim that our students have won various awards through hard work from our frequent club meets after school. In most of the MUNs, we have attended, we have learned something new.