International Press


The International Press is an integral part of any great conference, though it doesn't always demand the limelight it so deserves. These crusaders of truth ensure that a neutral and a fair picture of what happens within the four walls of various committees is presented to people outside. Nothing that is said in a committee goes unnoticed, thanks to these folks, who bring a mix of elegance and wit to their writing. The work of the International Press indicates the success of an MUN, even if revisited years later.

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Executive Board

Aayushi Sharma

Head of the IP

Aayushi is a fourth-year engineering student at BITS-Pilani, Hyderabad Campus, majoring in Chemistry, and Electrical and Electronics. An existentialist and chocolate fanatic, she finds solace in travel and nature. On a normal day, she finds herself engulfed in the world literature, Japanese works being her favourite. An ardent writer and photographer, she is a passionate proponent of Journalism. She considers Journalism as a fulfilling and powerful art, which helps to add meaning to an otherwise chaotic world. She lives her ideology through MUNs and believes that the conference provides a great impetus for journalists to understand the nuances of International Relations and writing.

Shruthi Subramanian

Head of the IP

Shruthi Subramanian, a 3rd year student of Information Technology from SRM University, is someone who has never wandered beyond the temple that is the International Press. Participating as a delegate was a one-time fling; there is no changing her now. She has an experience of 11 conferences as a part of the press. She enjoys the freedom that the International Press comes with, like the lack of rules of procedure. Neither white nor black: it is the land of rainbows.

She strives to be a perfectionist, just to take a dig at the voice of anxiety. Her sense of humour happens to be top notch. (Haters will say that it's Photoshopped.)

Writing has always been a passion, but it was through the International Press that she learnt how to channel her words, in a way that they could make a difference.