AutonomyStudents are involved in various activities to develop their capabilities as leaders who can adjust to an ever-changing world. Mock parliament, mock cabinet and model UN have been held as extensions of study and as applications of policy-making procedures. They allow students to resolve problems, frame domestic and national issues as well as global perspectives, and thick about the principies of building a new community for the future. The mock cabinet and parliament are held alternately every year to discuss current issues. On the basis of these discussions students try to define problems, find progressive solutions and discuss alternatives These simulated activities provide students with a chance to select individual preferences and role-play as members of the cabinet or national assembly. In preparation for the Model UN, students ponder and analyze current international issues.
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Homecoming DayFaculty, students, alumni, school personnel, and members of the GIP get together annually in the spring for the Homecoming Festival. The student body forms a preparatory committee which organizes the event with each student assuming a certain role. Students usually spend a fine spring day outdoors in a festive atmosphere. During this event, students have time to share their ideas, experiences and views with professors and alumni in a casual environment.