Morung Learning

  • JN Aier College observed its 8th Fresher's Social
    JN Aier College, Dimapur observed its 8th Fresher's Social with the theme 'Incipit' with Dr. Riku Khutso, EAC Bhandari of Wokha district as the guest motivator on August 24. The programme was chaired by Senjumb
  • SCHOLARSHIP: Roundup
    1. Category:     Merit cum Means based Scholarship:     Marubeni India Meritorious Scholarship 2019-20 Description:     Marubeni India Private Limited (MIP
  • Weekly Internship List
    Business Development (Sales) at Protech Group Location – Guwahati Stipend – Rs. 5,000-8,000 /Month Link – Deadline – 7th September 2019   Web Development at Univ
  • Quiz #173
    1. According to a recent notification, what percentages of government jobs are reserved for Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) in Nagaland?  a) 3         b) 4 c) 5 
  • Curious Kids: why do we cry?
    There’s a connection between the part of our brain that feels emotions, and the ducts in our eyes where tears come out. (Photo Courtesy:Tobias Wahlqvist/   If you have a question yo
  • Technology as a Tool in Education
    Inato Aye, BBA 3rd  Semester     “We need technology in every classroom and in every student and teacher’s hand, because it is the pen and paper of our time, and it is the lens through
  • Quiz #172
    1.     Among the small states category, Nagaland recorded the highest number of RTI applications received from 2006-07 to 2016-17 at: a) 24, 894         b) 24,
  • Weekly Internship List
    Business Development (Sales) at UrbanClap Technologies India  Location – Kolkata Stipend – Rs. 7,000 /Month Link – Deadline – 2nd September 2019   Digital M
  • SCHOLARSHIP: Roundup
    1. Category:     Merit Based Scholarship:     Pearson MePro English Scholar Program 2019 Description:     A unique scholarship program to encourage Indian
  • Homosexuality: A Construction of Understanding
    Keneisedeu Mezhu , B.A 3rd Sem (Pol sc. Hons.)   “The emerging gay and lesbian movement offers not just alternate identities but prospects for social reconstruction. In spite of its marginality, the
  • Curious Kids: What happens in our bodies when we sleep?
    Our bodies and brains are still working when we sleep. (Shutterstock Photo)   Michael Gradisar, Flinders University This is an article from Curious Kids, a series for children. The Convers
  • Weekly Internship List
    1. Category:    Need-based Scholarship:     IDFC FIRST Bank MBA Scholarship 2019-21 Description:     IDFC FIRST Bank is providing scholarships to students
  • ENSU-KCK holds 10th Fresher’s Social
    The Eastern Naga Students' Union Kohima College Kohima (ENS-KCK), held its 10th Fresher's Social on August 12, at URA Academy Hall, Kohima under the theme, “Confluence through Education.” A press relea
  • Science Seminar on August 27
    The District Education Officer(DEO)Dimapur R Amongla Jamir, has informed all the Government and Private Schools under Dimapur District that the  District Level Science Seminar 2019, will be held on August
  • Christina Memorial Hr Sec School observes National Library Day
    Students of CMHSS during the observance of National Library Day on August 13.      Christina Memorial Hr Sec School (CMHSS) observed the National Library Day at the school’s auditorium o
  • Govt Polytechnic Seithekema-C celebrates 1st Freshers’ Day
    Guests along with the GPSD principal, faculty and freshers after the programme. (Photo Courtesy: GPSD)   The first freshers' meet of Government Polytechnic Seithekema-C, Dimapur (GPSD) was celebrated
  • Weekly Internship List
    Business Development (Sales) at The Pool Cafe Location – Kolkata Stipend – Rs. 10,000 /Month Link – Deadline – 26th August 2019 Internal Audit at Protiviti Location –
  • Quiz #171
    1.     According the Minister of Health & Family Welfare, Nagaland,  how many e-Cards have been issued in the state  under Ayushman Bharat Scheme as on July 31, 2019?   a)
  • Curious Kids: Why do our ears pop?
    Ears pop because of the pressure difference between the air outside and the air inside your middle ear space. (Representative Image:   Chris Brennan-Jones, University of Western Aust
  • Curious Kids: why is air colder the higher up you go?
    The higher up you go, the further you are away from the “heater” that is keeping us all warm – the ground that has absorbed the warmth from the Sun. (Image Courtesy:   Zora