Battling Social Phobia

Supongsangla Walling, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology   From a sociological point of view, the common man is an individual who lives in society, interacts with people, forms social groups and whose mode of life is so adapted that society derives a certain benefit from his lifestyle. As a member of the society, all of […]

‘My thoughts on fighting corruption’

Here’s what the winners of the oratory competition held on 2nd November, organized for class 11 students in collaboration with Airports Authority of India in observation of Vigilance Awareness Week 2018 had to say.   Iziedile (Class 11-Commerce)- Winner   In recent times, corruption has become a norm in our society. Corruption has blinded our society so […]

Sports in Nagaland: In Need of Heroes To Save the Day

  There is good news for sports lovers in Nagaland with the recent developments: First was the entry of Nagaland in the Plate division of Ranji trophy in Cricket in which Nagaland outplayed Mizoram in the first ever match held in Dimapur; Secondly, the Advisor of Youth and Sports Resources Er.Zale Neikha announced at the […]

Price Rise in India

Price Rise in India

Toshimenla Ao, Assistant Professor, Department of English   Price rise is a world- wide phenomenon. Economists describe it as inflation. Over the past few years, prices have been continuously rising in India and the damage caused by rising price has affected the country’s economy. Besides the urban poor and the landless labourers, the people most […]

Technology and Education: An Overview

Technology and Education: An Overview

Imnarenla Imsong, Asst. Professor, Department of Environmental Science Education in today’s world is all about giving students all the required skills to succeed in this new world. So in order to provide all the required skills it is extremely important to have a classroom environment that motivates the students, an environment that ignites in them […]

Tackling Unemployment in Nagaland

Tackling Unemployment in Nagaland

“True education must correspond to the surrounding circumstances or it is not a healthy growth.” Mahatma Gandhi   Naga society was richly ingrained by social values like honesty, obedience, discipline, perseverance and dignity of labour, traditionally. However, these values have seldom been put into practice and exhibited today. Naga society, today is engrossed with countless […]

Culture of Correct Writing

To write well is an exquisite art. The first time I felt its indelible impact was when I picked up my first novel, Pride and Prejudice. It introduced me to an unravelling of how words can leave a powerful impact. Over the years, I have read different genres of books and traversed my mind through […]

Mental Health and Wellness

Aghatoli Chophi, Assistant Professor, Department of English The world health organization estimates that 80,000 people die each year due to suicide which roughly translates as one person per every 40 seconds and suicide was the leading cause among 15 to 29 years old annually. According to research conducted by Nagaland Crime Record Bureau (NCRB) in […]

Keepers of Culture

Keepers of Culture

Dr. Imlisunep, Assistant Professor, Economics Department A couple of years ago, I attended a workshop in Noida at V.V.Giri National Labour Institute for almost a month. Researchers from every part of the country converged to be a part of this programme. After a hectic schedule, the workshop finally came to an end. On the last […]

‘If I rule Nagaland’

‘If I rule Nagaland’

The winning speech According to Public Affairs Index 2018 released by Public Affairs Centre, Nagaland is among one of the worst governed states in India. And according to Ease of Living Index recently released by Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, our state capital Kohima is the second most unliveable city in India. So, if […]

A ‘Book’ a Day

A ‘Book’ a Day

Noyingbeni T. Erui, Assistant Professor, Department of English   The other day, one of the colleagues asked about my views on why majority of students in Nagaland have bad writing skills. I promptly replied, “Lack of reading habit,” casually. Later, the more I thought about it, the more I realised the depths of feelings I […]

Tell A Tale!

Tell A Tale!

Rajesh Tanti, Asst. Professor, Department of Commerce Whether you are a housewife, student, businessman, teacher, politician or religious leader; we all love stories to share and hear as well. Storytelling is not a new concept to mankind. It is as old as civilization is! Today our life is influenced by stories in different form like […]

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