MET championed the rights of meritorious students. Ms. Mezoui, announced the 'MET-UN ELICA TECHNICAL MEMORIAL FELLOWSHIP'. The fellowship was proposed by the MET - UN Alumni in memory of five-year old Chiara Aquaro, a young girl who died in a Tunisian plane crash along with her mother. This fellowship will sponsor eligible candidates to pursue internship at the UN for the Paperless Committee project.
In March 2003, MET students made history. As a part of global networking initiative, MET organised GLOSMET 2003 - a workshop of Indian NGOs wherein a United Nations Mission headed by Christian Saunders (Head, UNPD), visited MET. The aim of this prestigious liason: 'to meet with major players in the Indian industry and trade representatives to seek their support in the UN procurement programme'.
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