Nagaland not listed in imp websites

Nagaland’s Undergraduate online exam flopped on Day one and yet one more embarrassment for the state: the state’s name is not even mentioned in the state list of some important governmental websites and when it comes to sections pertaining to important links on major sectors such as Agriculture, Commerce and Industries, Finance, Communications and IT, Defence, Education, Rural Development, Water Resources, Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Transport, Science & Technology, Health & Family Welfare, Environment & Forests, our state Nagaland is nowhere to be found even in the State/UT search-list itself., the National Portal of India, developed with an objective to enable a single window access to information and services being provided by the various Indian Government entities sadly went unlisted “NAGALAND” that when the alphabetical turn for the name “Nagaland” came, instead it showed Orissa.
  “The content in this Portal is the result of a collaborative effort of various Indian Government Ministries and Departments, at the Central/State/District level. This Portal is Mission Mode Project under the National E-Governance Plan, designed and maintained by National Informatics Centre (NIC) (External website that opens in a new window), DIT, MoCIT, Government of India”, stated the information on the Home page of the website.   
Further clicking on selection of links to various state departments as well as links to important Government wide programs or initiatives on state level, Nagaland is found to have not linked with the websites of the concerned department(s) of the state. But in the case of Meghalaya, for instance, with just the click of a mouse for detailed state level information on Rural Development, serves the general public with 3 results or links found; that too with detailed of the state’s performance in each website and links, such as Community and Rural Development Department, Meghalaya, State Institute of Rural Development (SIRD), Meghalaya and Meghalaya Rural Development Society.
Furthermore in Govt. contacts button with all the various government ministries and Commissions listed; and as one scroll to search for the right Ministry for us tribals such as even the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, our state Nagaland was absent again although it was finally found in the Directory of important web links, under States /UTs Governments.  Moreover, in the website of the Ministry of Rural Development (Govt. of India), there was no Peren District in the State’s District-wise email information for DRDAs and ZPs.  Interestingly, while all other states have submitted names and contact information of their District Collectors / Deputy Commissioners, Nagaland was found to have submitted only Dimapur DC’s name which surprisingly reads N. Nimongo Ngullie.