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National Crisis Committee (Ukraine Crisis) by KIIT School of Law (KSOL): Register Now!

by Ajshal
KIIT School of law

About KIIT School of Law (KSOL)

KIIT School of Law is a private law school in Bhubaneswar, Odisha within the Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology campus, to which it is affiliated. KLS offers five years integrated course in BA LL.B., BBA LL.B. and BSc LL.B. with Honors specialization in different areas of law; LL.M. and PhD.

About National Crisis Committee

NCC or National Crisis Committee isn’t just an ordinary crisis committee. In every true sense of the word this committee can either be the plethora of diplomacy or a plethora of wits, war, strategies and many more. It is going to be a decision-making body that has more power than a traditional committee, and this is just the tip of the iceberg.

While General Assemblies recommend and build consensus, crisis committees produce action by creating and refining frameworks for nations to align their actions. Directives, speech, out of the box thinking and many more do join in if you want to make an impact and change the world with your creative solutions.

The National Crisis Committee follows a round table format where the delegates are requested to give speeches or their respective stance on the given agenda and updates. This process is later followed up by a discussion amongst the delegates and are obligated to come out with a Plan of Actions (POA).

Directives play quite an essential role in a crisis committee and are sure going to play a major role in the national crisis committee. Directives are of two types, overt and covert.

Overt directives are the directives that need to be displayed in the open, in front of the committee for the better functioning of the committee.

Covert directives are considered to be secretive and not to be displayed in the open as it can contain some personal solutions and opinions from the country’s perspective, other than overt and covert directives there are personal, joint and cabinet directives.

Personal directives are strictly between you and the backroom staff. Only you and the backroom can see them (unless someone is spying on you), and only you can see the responses. These directives can be used to advance the interests of the cabinet, your personal interests, or both.

Joint directives are directives issued on behalf of a group of characters. Joint directives are usually written by only one crisis delegate and are used to pool resources or are sent by characters with joint responsibilities.

Joint directives can, however, be sent by characters in different cabinets if they have a reason to collaborate (for example one character is looking to jump ship to another cabinet or they have a third party they are trying to impact).

Cabinet directives are usually written by one or two people, but they must be approved by the entire cabinet, or at least the chair. These directives almost always serve the goals of the cabinet. They are frequently large-scale directives, such as battle plans or tax reforms.

Committee Details

  • Committee 1 – High Level Political Leaders Meet (International Leaders Summit)
  • Committee 2 – United Nations General Assembly – Emergency Special Session (UNGA-ESS)
  • Committee 3 – National Security Council

Points of Judging

The judges will select the Best Delegate among all participants based on the criteria and methodology. The areas of focus will be:

  • Speech- This includes the research and analysis the delegates have done and the way they are able to put forward their points.
  • Coherence- This involves how well the delegates are able to follow their foreign policies and stick to their stances.
  • Critical Thinking- The delegates will also be judged on their analytical and lobbying skills.
  • Directives- The delegates should have a diplomatic attitude

Delegation Fee

The delegation fee is Rs. 300 per person for this national event.

Date for the competition

The national crisis event is said to be conducted on 21st March 2022. The Opening Ceremony Will Be Held on 20th March, 2022 the timings of which will be informed soon.


  • Best Delegate
  • Honorable Mention
  • Participation Certificates


Interested participants can register for the competition through this link.


Contact Us

  • Student Coordinators:
    Pranammya Reddy – +91 7337310100
    Ananya Ray – +91 6207532628
    Esha Jain – +91 6360961974
    Ankit Kumar Jena – +91 7077674052
  • Faculty Coordinator:
    Asst. Professor Anirudha Choudhury – +91 9861020916
  • Email: [email protected]

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