Rudra Bhattacharya, a senior engineering undergraduate of the Australian National University, is an ardent speaker and derives his experiences from Model United Nations conferences, an activity he holds near and dear. He believes that MUNs have the power to change a person at the core as a human being and also professionally if one is honest and sincere about it. Rudra has been a consistent performer and has created quite a position for himself, in the circuit in a brief time. Having spent time in the London School of Economics, he specialises in Prescriptive Statistical Methods. This interest goes beyond his academics and finds expression in his extracurricular activities Policy-making, Philosophy, Machine Learning, Economics, International Relations and Law, to name a few. When Rudra isn't daydreaming about the Capitalist tipping points, he gorges films. Always on the lookout for heated debates, Rudra appreciates substantive and analytical discussion.
Gaurika has a keen interest in finance and global markets, and is currently pursuing her BSc in Management with Finance from Warwick Business School. To keep herself busy during these challenging times, she has been participating in various investment-banking and consulting internship experiences, which have provided her with a true insight into today's global economy. She developed an avid interest in MUNS back in Sanawar wherein she was part of many delegation that represented the school. Always up for a debate and perpetually bubbly in nature, she'd be sure to charm you with her quirk and wit.
An old student of The Lawrence School, Sanawar, Aarav actively participates in various MUN conferences, debates and Round Square conferences. He was an active and experienced member of the MUN Club in his school days. Chief among his other pursuits is swimming, where he has earned various accolades at the national level. With his engaging thoughts and innovative ideas, Aarav looks forward to making the World Economic Forum an exciting committee for the delegates.