Sherubtse College started the “Sherubtse United Nations Club.” The club held it’s first meeting on 29 April.
The UN club aims at giving opportunities for students to participate in simulations of meetings held and issues discussed by United Nations.
The club elected two new coordinators on the foundation day and has 16 registered members.
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