Morung Learning

  • Voice of the people
    What Steps should be taken to Improve the Quality of Education in Schools/Colleges in Nagaland? From my point of view, those end semester and final exams cannot solely determine the future of the students.
  • An Ode to Teachers?
    It is one of the greatest misfortunes of our society that where the meaningful significance of life is to be nurtured, there we find the cultivations of such to occurinthe most uninspiring vacuousmilieu. As a t
  • Consumers Versus Suppliers?
    We consume varieties of goods and services. Consumption is not confined to intake of foods and drinks. It also means deriving some utilities or usefulness from the goods or services we consume. While deriving t
  • The Legend of Mehoviü and Morüsa
    [Angami-Naga Folktale]   Morûsa was a handsome and wealthy. Above all, he was a great warrior. Such qualities made him popular not only in his village, but he was known by young and old even in th
  • Do you think 'Clean and Fair' elections is possible in Nagaland?
    I doubt! Maybe a better election than the previous held elections but a complete 'Clean and Fair' elections may take us years. Much has been done by various organizations, churches and concern groups/in
  • The Recipe for Success
    Hard work, a key to success, is a well-known adage. Parents, teachers, as well as others, guide a child to work hard so that the child can achieve good scores. Though a little bit of luck invariably plays a pos
  • Got a Friend?
    Try to think of someone who has always been there for you when you were alone,who makes fun of you but also supports you and cares for you the most when no one does,who argues with you but always helps you duri
  • My Thoughts and Woes on Education in Nagaland
    The Right to Education Act (RTE), is an Act of the Parliament of India enacted in 2009, which describes the modalities of the importance of free and compulsory education for children between the ages of 6 and 1
  • Voice of the people
    Is Social Media creating plagiarism in Nagaland?   Yes social media, being viral, is indeed creating plagiarism in Nagaland. During the recent storm incident in Mokokchung, many of the local dailies m
  • Teachers: The Builders of a Nation
    I have been in the teaching profession for the last 16 years. Having taught students in both school and college level, I’ve learnt that teachers, whether in remote areas or in cities, teaching in primary
  • Rethinking Unemployment in Nagaland
    Our society is facing numerous problems; alcoholism, nepotism, bribery, corruption, and one of the most serious of all these is of unemployment. Theoretically, unemployment is a situation where a person in a ce
  • “Let me take a #Selfie”
    It’s a busy day at Dimapur. Shopkeepers are opening their stores, mothers are bargaining with unreasonable hope, and there, right in the middle of the sidewalk, two girls are staring into a phone held hig
  • Dimapur – Hell or Heaven?
    As the popular saying goes, every coin has two sides. Here is one side of the coin with regards to our city, Dimapur. Dimapur is the largest city in Nagaland, and rightfully, is known as the commercial hub of N
  • A Father’s Role Isn’t Easy
    The word ‘Father’ is derived from the Latin word “Pater” and is defined in several dictionaries as a man who has engendered a child, a male parent, or a person who takes responsibility f
  • The Church, the Change Maker
    Many churches: small, big, and mega churches, have been sprouting up in Nagaland. Most of these mega churches are led by missionaries and charismatic leaders and usually have a large number of people attending
  • This is My Story
    Tenyebinlo Himb, Class 12 Arts, Tetso College We are often in a dilemma whether we should or shouldn’t do certain things. We tend to doubt our capabilities and are afraid to fail when we face hurdles.
  • Tribalism: A Menace to Naga Society
    What is tribalism? Ism has more evils in its message. It is an exclusive attitude of a person making him feel proud of whom she/he is in the given society. It can also be termed as a social evil and vice that d
  • The Power of Teachers
    Henry Adams, an American historian once said, “A teacher affects eternity. One can never tell where his influence will end.” Teaching is one of the most challenging professions in our world today. T
  • Naga Youth and Popular Culture
    Popular culture is an amorphous, continually changing subculture characteristically reflected and fostered by the mass media. It expresses itself through artefacts, clothes, visual art, lingo, cult personalitie
  • The hopeful doctor, the aspiring professor and the potential Chartered Accountant
    What do a hopeful doctor from Siwan, Bihar, an aspiring professor from Akuluto, Nagaland, and a potential Chartered Accountant from Gopalganj, near UP-Bihar Border, have in common?   They are all girls,