The viceroy's cabinet
Agenda: Transfer of power to the Indian Subcontinent
The Viceroy’s Cabinet is a historical crisis committee set in India in 1947. The Committee is under the supervision of Lord Mountbatten and has assembled to discuss a plan concerning the transfer of power to regional leaders in the Indian Parliament. Seeing as how the previous plan for the transfer of power was rejected by prominent Indian leaders, the cabinet will have representation from several prominent parties and sects of Indian society and will discuss a variety of issues ranging from granting princely states autonomy, to deliberating the partition of the Indian subcontinent into two separate states to even discussing certain features of the to-be formed Indian Parliament.
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My name is Vihaan Gupta and I am currently a 12th-grade student pursuing the ISC curriculum with Physics, Mathematics, Economics, and Computer Science. I am the head of the Audio Visual and Computer Science clubs and represent the school in hockey and squash. I wish to pursue Physics in college and am particularly interested in Quantum Physics. My interests include reading, listening to music and adventurous activities. After having participated in various MUN conferences and having won awards in DSMUN and TISBMUN, I am also the Director of this year’s historic committee, ‘The Viceroy’s Cabinet’.