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 […]

Believe in Being the Best

Believe in Being the Best

Asani Eshena, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Management In this world of 7.6 billion of the populace on Earth, there would be scarcely any being who does not want to be successful. Success is something which everyone craves and yearns for but it does not come easily. Daily, we witness and encounter a number of people […]

TEACHING: PASSION OR A JOB?

TEACHING: PASSION OR A JOB?

Onentila Longkumer, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Education While writing this article, I am reminded of an experience. An elder was preparing me to face a teacher interview. Assuming question that came up was, “what is the best quality you think a teacher should possess?” Passion was the first answer that struck our mind. According to […]

Don’t Be A Whacko, Stop TOBACCO!

  Sene Changru, Assistant Professor, Department of History As we all know, to lead a healthy life regular exercise and food that are best for our body are essential. It was only possible because of the consciousness that developed with scientific progress. One habit that is really common in our Naga society is the consumption […]

The Missing Principles in Naga Society

The Missing Principles in Naga Society

Zuchano Khuvung, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science   As a concerned individual, every time I try to ponder on the prevailing state of affairs, I find the two very basic principles missing; “being mindful of others” and “the realization that being in service, whichever profession or occupation we may have, is an obligation”. We […]

Living the Moment

Living the Moment

Manna Zhimo, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Commerce & Management To the hill people from time immemorial Manipur was known as “Meiteileipak” or “Kangleipak” – land of the Meiteis/Tammis/Manipuris. It may be noted that the Manipur valley which is one of the three valleys of the sensitive North-East India situated between the Naga Hills and the […]

Naga Movement in Manipur: Change & Continuity

Naga Movement in Manipur: Change & Continuity

Dr. Rimmei Longmei, Asst. Professor & HOD, Department of Political Science In terms of size and population, Manipur is one of the smallest states in India. having ranked twenty-fourth in the list of states and union territories of the Republic of India by area from largest to smallest, with total geographic area around 22,327 square […]

A ‘Fishy’ Business

A ‘Fishy’ Business

Limala Longchar, Assistant Professor, Department of English.   The Government of India, under the Ministry of Consumer Affair started JagoGrahakJago, a consumer awareness programme. As a part of this initiative, the government has used multiple channels to create consumer awareness through Print Media Advertisement, Audio Campaign, and Video Campaign. As a child, I remember tuning […]

A Peek into India’s Political Destiny

A Peek into India’s Political Destiny

Aniruddha Babar, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science Minimizing the complexity of variations in the political opinion to a scale of left or right is common discussion in the public discourse. It is also very convenient assumption of modeling in Political Science. From historical perspective, the role of communist party in the year of 1942 […]

Killed by WhatsApp?

Killed by WhatsApp?

Dr. Nonlih Chohwanglim, Assistant Professor, Department of English In the binary opposition between Learning/Unlearning, ‘Learning’ is generally given the central position. Ever since a human being sees the day, learning is emphasised: nursing, sitting, standing, crawling, walking, physical running, running the race of life…and they say ‘Learning is a lifelong process.’   So, learning seems […]

Special Economic Zone: Myth and Reality

Special Economic Zone: Myth and Reality

Supongtemsu Longchar, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science   Export Processing Zones (EPZs) are an international phenomenon influencing increasing share of trade flows and employing a growing number of workers. In 1986, there were 176 zones across 47 countries; by 2003, the number had increased to over 3,000 across 116 countries. Over the past few […]

‘Victim Mentality’

‘Victim Mentality’

Mhabeni Tungoe- Assistant Professor & HoD, Department of Education   In life, we experience moments of joy, happiness, sorrow, and sadness. All these emotions are the elements of life. Likewise, issues and difficulties arise in all fields of human society. At present in Naga society there are certain concerns and issues, that needs to be […]