Morung Learning

  • Break free from Exam Stress
    With Exam season around the corner, high levels of stress and burnout can hamper the students  and give unreasonable panic attacks  which may result in fatigue, forgetfulness, anxiety, loss of interes
  • Nagaland: A State of “Schizophrenia”?
    We all know the proverb “money is the root of all evil” but have we ever pondered as to what makes money evil or dirty? The answer is simple ‘greed’. When we look into our present Naga s
  • Thoughts On ‘Solution before Election’
    The Nagas today have a funny way of being united for everything, be it against 33% reservation, against corruption, or against the government (read ACAUT rally). But soon, in a similar rally that was held by th
  • Busting Myths about E-learning
    After graduation, Kriti started looking for opportunities, but despite consistent efforts, she couldn’t get what she was aiming for. After multiple cycles of applications and rejections, Kriti decided to
  • Only One Life to Live
    History is replete with many great people ranging from various walks of life. They can be sportspersons, singers, soldiers, historians, scientists, statesmen, politicians, actors, humanitarians, doctors, teache
  • Not Afraid To Learn
    In life everyone learns through experience. The more we experience in life, the more we learn and accumulate. Here, I would like to share an experience, which helped me realize that if we remain scared to explo
  • The Reckoning of ‘Naga Day’
    The present Naga society is in a tectonic transition. Stark inequality of class division intensified with nepotism cannot co-exist with the idea of a free society and democracy. A social environment where every
  • Celebrating Hornbill Festival in 2018
    If we are to compare Nagaland’s level of development in various areas with the advanced world or even states in India, we are far behind. The undeniable truth is that, though we do not make an effort to w
  • Glory or Vain Glory of Our Naga Past?
    Looking at the yesteryears achievements of our forefathers, we feel great! It is joyful to rejoice in our past glory. It is a delightful treat to the heart to learn how our forefathers fought and won battles &n
  • Prisoners of Profession?
    Everybody wants to have a better career and this is the reason why people spend so much time, money and energy in education. But what is the benefit of all these sacrifices if a person can’t live a happy
  • Heard of the ‘Internet of Things’?
    The Internet of Things (IoT) is a pretty broad concept overall. It’s the name given to the interconnection of everyday devices like cell phones and headphones to home appliances to automobiles with built-
  • Let’s Get Cycling!
     Cycling has always been a global activity, and in the 21st century a marketing phenomenon. At its simplest, the bicycle is a functional form of transport that was invented sometime in the early 19th centu
  • Rethinking the Issue of Migrants and Immigrants in Dimapur
    The issue of ‘migrants’ and ‘immigrants’, whether legal or illegal, has dominated the discourses in the social media and the newspapers in recent weeks, especially after some unfortunate
  • Teaching Students of the 21st Century
    Teachers today are experiencing a whole different approach to education while dealing with the 21st century students. In this era of modern science and technology, students are usually equipped with latest gadg
  • Victims of Domestic Violence
    Domestic violence is a dreaded social evil and sadly a deep part of the society we are living in. The contributing factors could be the desire to gain control over another family member, the desire to exploit s
  • Happier Shopping and Healthier Eating
    The stability and the sustainability of our health largely depends on the food that we consume every day. Good and hygienic food is essential for us to make or to sell food that is safe to eat. We all know that
  • “I was Denied the Right to Vote”
     I grew up learning that the right to vote is a human right of every citizen. In truth, the very foundation of democracy is the right to vote. Although this right comes with a bonus called ‘responsib
  • Knowing Right From Wrong
    It is a believed notion that: A dead branch cannot support a falling tree. Whether one will agree with me or not, ‘morality’ is to be considered as the base of our social entity to consider right fr
  • The Ugly Monster Called Greed
    Zuchano Khuvung, Assistant Professor Political Science “Greed is not a trend, greed is greed; it existed as long as there have been human beings I suppose.” -Joseph Akrotirianakis.   The
  • Know Your District: Kohima
    Location: Nestled in the south of Nagaland, Kohima is located at 25º40'N 94º07'E 25.67ºN 94.12ºE at an average elevation of 1261 metres (4137 feet) above sea level and covers an area