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The Gregorian M.U.N.

St. Gregorios High School, in collaboration with India’s International Movement to Unite Nations (I.I.M.U.N.), conducted the Gregorian MUN on 30th September and 1st October, 2023. It aimed to enhance student skills for future success, offering personalized and dynamic committees. Outstanding delegates received awards and sponsored vouchers. Committees included:

Prime Minister’s Scholarship Scheme (PMSS)
AGENDA – Discussing the implementation of the New National Education Policy.

All India Political Party Meet (AIPPM)
AGENDA – Discussion on Electoral reforms with special emphasis on ‘One Nation One Election’ Policy.

Lok Sabha
AGENDA – Discussing places of worship act of 1991 and its applications.

International Olympic Committee (IOC)
AGENDA – Question of including Esports as a part of the Olympics.

Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC)
AGENDA – Impact of Private Military Security Contractors on Global Security.

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
AGENDA – Dealing with implications of a heating world.

United Nations Security Council (UNSC)
AGENDA – Dealing with the Israel-Palestine conflict taking learning from the Arthashastra.

Special Political and Decolonization Committee (SPECPOL)
AGENDA – Strengthening International Cooperation in space exploration.

Influencer’s Summit
AGENDA – Discussing the influence of social media on Mental Health.

India Inc.
AGENDA – Analysing India’s journey to become a Cashless Economy: Problems and Prospects.

United Nations General Assembly (UNGA)
AGENDA – Discussing the introduction of multiple official languages in the United Nations.

World Bank
AGENDA – Dealing with the financial and economic aftermath of COVID-19. the financial

Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA)
AGENDA – Discussing the Qualifying Format for FIFA 2026.


EUMind, short for Europe Meets India, serves as a collaborative platform fostering cross-border communication and learning among students, aimed at cultivating intercultural competencies. Recently, our school engaged in a collaborative endeavor with a European counterpart on the “Go Green” project. Divided into six groups, each focusing on distinct subtopics, students collaborated to develop the initiative. Topics spanned from waste management and plastic recycling to ecological companies, sustainable meal practices, energy conservation at school, and minimizing food wastage. Through extensive research, including interviews and community engagement, students raised awareness on these critical issues. A highlight was the video conference with our partner school, where insights and perspectives were exchanged. Both institutions documented their findings in an online journal hosted on the Weeble platform, showcasing their collective research efforts. The project proved to be an immensely interactive and enlightening experience, emphasizing the power of global collaboration in addressing environmental challenges.


The Interact Club, comprised of passionate grade IX students, serves the community through at least two annual projects: one local and one fostering international understanding. Their installation ceremony, held on July 19th, 2023, marked their commitment to societal betterment. This year, they executed three initiatives. Firstly, they presented ‘Young Achievers of the World’ to inspire innovation. This presentation was shown to the students of standards VII & VIII to inculcate in them a sense of innovation and dedication towards betterment, nationally and globally.

Next, they organized a medical camp benefiting 80 auxiliary staff members, providing eye and dental consultations and custom medical kits. Lastly, they partnered with Beach Warriors and Khushiyaan Foundation for a beach cleanup drive at Dadar Chowpatty, promoting environmental preservation. These activities demonstrate the club’s dedication to national and global goals, fostering cooperation and a healthier society.


‘Global Scholars’ is a program initiated by GLOBAL CITIES, Inc., a New York City-based non-profit. Its aim is to foster international connections among young individuals and promote critical thinking regarding urban issues from personal, local, and global perspectives. Participants, known as Global Scholars, engage throughout the academic year. The recent theme focused on raising awareness about local environments, encouraging students to share insights on a global platform. Activities included gathering and sharing data about their surroundings, creating informative videos, and exploring topics such as sustainable cities and urbanization challenges. Students delved into issues like the importance of green spaces and the risks of unchecked urban development. Through research, discussions, and digital projects, participants enhanced their understanding and shared perspectives with peers worldwide, enriching their knowledge and fostering collaborative learning.


At St. Gregorios High School, the Joy of Giving initiative united teachers, students, and parents in acts of generosity and compassion. Teachers organized a Fun Fair for auxiliary staff, providing a well-deserved break with games, workshops, and camaraderie. The Interact Club conducted a medical camp for staff, offering dental and eye check-ups. The PTA collaborated with students to donate stationery and groceries to under-served schools and NGOs, addressing educational and basic needs. These initiatives showcased the school community’s commitment to appreciation, well-being, and support for those in need.



At the Harvard Model United Nations (HMUN) India conference in Bengaluru from August 12th to 15th, 2023, our school’s delegation of 11 students showcased their diplomatic skills across committees like SPECPOL, DISEC, UNICEF, and WHO. Topics ranged from Unexploded Ordnance (UXOs) to Vaccine Apartheid. Through debates and negotiations, students represented Ethiopia, Greece, Denmark, and Egypt, advocating for their nations’ interests while seeking collaborative solutions. Their exceptional research, communication, and critical thinking earned them Diplomatic Commendations. The conference provided a valuable platform for students to explore global issues, fostering their passion for international affairs and leadership skills. Overall, their participation in HMUN India in Bengaluru enhanced their understanding of diplomacy and prepared them to be future leaders on the global stage.