CBMUN ‘13 is the fifth installment of the academic simulation of the United Nations hosted by the Literary
and Public Speaking Society at the Institute of Business Management. It is one of the most reputed and
revered Model United Nations conferences held in Karachi, with the purpose of indoctrinating the participants
not just about diplomacy, but by developing an insight into current affairs, effective communication and
understanding of globalization. It does not end here though. We take our reputation for entertainment very
seriously and provide three amazing experiences in the form of social events and this year, we are more
serious than ever.
Through CBMUN we aim to enhance the confidence of our participants, prepare them to fight for their
stance, encourage each one of them to play the role of a responsible diplomat and provide them with a
platform to make their voices heard.
The participants take on roles as diplomats and investigate international issues, debate, consult, convince
and then devise solutions to world problems. So if you consider the freedom to speak and the liberty to voice
out the issues of the decaying world, your right, then CBMUN’12 is the gateway to your needs.
The annual College of Business Management Model United Nations 2012 will take place from the 8th to the
10th of February 2013. This year too, CBMUN will open its doors to a national audience.
Come join us and behold the Globe with a different perspective, and indulge yourself in three days of
learning, topped with stirring fun at the exhilarating social events that will leave you with life long memories.
So get registered and have the time of your life.
The powerful influence that an effective public speaker can have is indubitable. It is true, that a person is not
necessarily a born speaker, however what’s missing can surely be developed and made perfect through
indefatigable perseverance. If you can speak, you will be heard and when you’re heard, you have made an
impression. Speaking is not just about raising your voice; it’s about putting the right words in a string and
then flooring the right meaning through them. This significance of public speaking embarks the purpose of
the very existence of the Literary and Public Speaking Society at the Institute of Business Management.
This society has travelled a long way since its inception. It is committed to build strong oratory skills in the
youth of today. LPSS effectively caters to the leaders of tomorrow by enhancing their self-confidence and
overcoming their fears of public-speaking. We, at LPSS, believe in a better individual. Operating in a top tier
business school in Pakistan, we believe that in an increasingly competitive world; leadership, strategy and
willingness to take bold decisions are no longer advantages, but necessities. It is these necessities that
lead companies to spend $60 billion globally on their executives every year. It is these necessities,
unfulfilled, which keep our country moving without a sense of direction. The solution to this does not lie in
listening to what Steve Jobs did to turn Apple around nor does it lie in listening to flaming speeches. It lies in
stepping into the shoes of those who have transformed fates and understanding the restraints imposed upon
them. We, at LPSS, provide your students, as our stakeholders, the opportunities to develop such an
understanding. One of these opportunities is the College of Business Management Model United Nations,
which we host each year.