Here are the criteria that are used by Executive Board in evaluating delegates:
– Did the delegate submit a position paper on time?
– Did that position paper meet the Kabul MUN requirements?
Quantity of contribution
– Was the delegate active throughout debate?
– Did the delegate sponsor resolutions?
– Did the delegate regularly ask questions and make speeches?
Quality of contribution
– Did the delegate make substantive, relevant comments throughout debate or did s/he just repeat previous points?
– Did the delegate come to committee prepared and ready to discuss the topic?
– Did s/he use specific facts and examples when making speeches?
– Was the delegate familiar with the position of the country s/he was assigned?
– Did the delegate stay faithful to that position throughout the conference?
– Did the delegate systematically act in the best interest of his/her country?
– Did the delegate work well with other members of the committee?
– Was s/he respectful throughout the conference?
– Did s/he make a positive contribution to the atmosphere of the committee?
– Does the delegate maintain professional behavior at all times, towards other delegates, the hotel stuff, the volunteers, the Executive Board, and the Secretariat?
– Did the delegates used cellphone, laptop, tablet and other electronic devices during the session, unlike the terms and conditions?
– Did the delegate dress formally in full suits?
– Passing notes are strictly for conference related purposes, delegates passing notes containing anything not within the scope of Kabul MUN is prohibited.
– Taking pictures or video recordings of other delegates without their consent is prohibited as per the Kabul MUN’s policies.