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Need for further research and monitoring of Amur Falcon in Tamenglong dist

Kh Hitler Singh67th Wildlife Week is celebrated across the State of Manipur as being celebrated in the other parts of India from 2nd October to 8th October, 2022 to inculcate love and compassion of Wildlife and furtherance of protection and conservation o..

Struggling with dark circles ? DIY masks to nourish it and keep it from wrinkling

Shahnaz HusainWhy does the skin around the eyes always exhibit the first signs of ageing ? Well, this skin is incredibly thin—the thinnest in the body with a fine texture.The lack of oil glands around the eyes makes this skin especially susceptible ..

First International Geodiversity Day (6th Of Oct)

Dr Ch Anup SharmaThe UNESCO’s 41st General Conference 2021 proclaimed 6 October as International Geodiversity Day. This proclaimation was made as a recognition of the importance of Geoscience and Geodiversity in solving major challenges that humanit..

New TB treatment breakthroughs must reach those in-need without delay

Shobha Shukla – CNS Recently, results of a large-scale phase-3 study of a potentially game-changing TB treatment therapy were announced that give us enormous hope that shorter, all-oral (no injectables), more effective and less toxic treatments will..

WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY 2022Make mental health and well-being for all a global priority

Dr N Heramani and Dr Seram Chaoba DeviThe world had a host of mental health issues that weren’t properly being treated, there were struggles to gain public funding for treatment, inhumane treatment in many parts of the world and overall ignorance in..

POSHAN tracker : A game changer in combating malnutrition

Indevar Pandey Malnutrition has been a persistent challenge, particularly among the vulnerable sections of children and women in the country. India had, relatively, some of the worst numbers for malnutrition in the world.The first National Family Health S..

Suiciding birds of Jatinga-1

Akham Bonbirdhwaja SinghContd from previous issueThey also have annual visit by Amur Falcon and King Chillies are also grown. They have annual Amur Falcon Festival like we do in a place called Umrangsu (small village of in-laws) and have pitcher plants (P..

Rising cases of cancer in India, the burden on the health of society

Dr Satyavan SaurabhContd from previous issueWarnings on cigarette packets should be monitored for their effectiveness in discouraging smoking. It is important to discourage the overuse of fertilizers and encourage organic farming.India is committed to red..

Club Culture of Manipur and Altruism (Social Service)

Dr Ksh Imokanta SinghCome Irabot Day (I prefer Irabot to the recently discovered Irawat) and Gandhi Jayanti, Manipur valley, may be Hills also (not much idea), rumbles with the sounds of thrashing overgrown grasses and tree branches along the Leikai (loca..

Suiciding birds of Jatinga-1

Akham Bonbirdhwaja Singh(On the occasion the National Wildlife Week commencing from the 2nd October, 2022, I salute all the unsung heroes of forests and wildlife; both serving and retired including those who laid down their lives in protecting our pricele..

Rising cases of cancer in India, the burden on the health of society

Dr Satyavan SaurabhContd from previous issueAccording to an estimate, there are only 2,000 oncologists for 10 million patients in India. Furthermore, the infrastructure to support cancer research has a long way to go.The National Program for Prevention an..

Continuing India’s sanitation revolution – from ODF to ODF Plus

Vini MahajanIn 2014, India started its unprecedented sanitation journey, as consistent and concerted efforts began to create an Open-Defecation Free (ODF) nation. Considered the largest behavior change program in the world, the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM)..

World Animal Day amidst Wildlife Week Celebration

N Munal MeiteiThe 4th October is celebrated as World Animal Day, with this year’s theme, “a Shared Planet” and wildlife week is observed from 2nd-8th October. The theme emphasises that our planet is equally shared by all living being. WA..

Tomato Jos

Anand LaishramContd from previous issue2nd Year- Intermediate concepts in Planting, Fertilization and Integrated Pest Management- Basic concepts in Irrigation, Labour Management and Record Keeping3rd Year- Advanced concepts in Planting, Fertilization and ..

Grip of chiefship on the Kukis

Lunminthang HaokipContd from previous issueVirgin slopes where various short-term plants can be grown to bear fruits of prosperity are available a dime-a-dozen in the districts bordering Myanmar. The “Look East” policy promises a ready market ..

Climate change and livestock : Impacts and mitigation

P Mayengbam and TC TolenkhombaContd from previous issuePractices for mitigating enteric fermentation are increasing dietary fat content (Beauchemin et al., 2008; Martin et al., 2010), providing higher quality forage (Hristov et al., 2013), increasing prot..

Rising cases of cancer in India, the burden on the health of society

Dr Satyavan SaurabhContd from previous issueIt is necessary. About 5-10% of cancers are due to genetic defects inherited from a person's parents. After early signs of cancer are detected, it is usually diagnosed by medical imaging and confirmed by biopsy...

Grip of chiefship on the Kukis

Lunminthang HaokipHOW CHIEFSHIP CAME ABOUT: The issue merits a  heated debate till the sun goes cold. To the Kukis, chief-ship is age-old. Long before democracy replaced monarchy in India, in the Kuki-inhabited regions of the sub-continent’s No..

Modi @ 20: 2 decades of peerless service

M Asnikumar SinghContd from prev issueBringing the North East to the centre stage; bringing Delhi to the regionThe North Eastern region had long been at the periphery of development discussion of almost all the Governments at the Centre since independence..

On author, research and publication : A critical look

Dr Longjam KrishnamangolContd from last Saturday In fact, it means that there should be systematic research and investigations into the evolution of the society and civilisation, which should be based on appropriate theories, evidences and public knowledg..

Climate change and livestock : Impacts and mitigation

P Mayengbam and TC TolenkhombaContd from last SaturdayThe resource poor farmers under stressful climatic conditions and different agro-ecological regions have tremendous adaptive capacity to changing conditions, but the current climate changes are occurri..

Rising cases of cancer in India, the burden on the health of society

Dr Satyavan SaurabhContd from last SaturdayTobacco use is the cause of approximately 22% to 25% of cancer deaths. Obesity, poor diet, lack of physical activity, or excessive alcohol consumption are responsible for 10% of cancer deaths. Other factors inclu..

Tomato Jos

Anand LaishramContd from prev issueFor most farmers, joining this program is their first exposure to formal education.Farmers are given a small plot of land on the farm.They cultivate tomatoes, along with other crops like maize, soya, wheat etc. The culti..

Tomato Jos

Anand LaishramNigeria presents a paradoxical case when it comes to its agricultural sector- it is one of the largest producers of tomatoes in the world but is also one of the largest importers of tomato paste.Let’s examine in greater detail.Nigerian..

Prof without a PhD

Free ThinkerFrom this Durga Puja or Panthoibi Puja onwards PhD degree is no more required to become a Professor.   PhD is now irrelevant for becoming a ‘Professor of Practice.  Who is a ‘Prof of Practice? As per the latest UGC g..

Cauvery flows, thanks to a crow!

S BalakrishnanHow could a humble crow be the cause for the grand Cauvery River to flow? Remember the saying ‘Never estimate (or underestimate) one by the size’? If it was King Bhagiratha who brought River Ganga to flow in North India, here in ..

‘Who am I?’

Dr Sumedha Kushwaha‘Who am I?’ A question that prevails in the minds of many of us, not everyday but at odd hours of the twilight when either you are elated or very depressed? ‘Who am I?’ a question so significant that can change y..

Modi @ 20: 2 decades of peerless service

M Asnikumar SinghBorn into humble beginnings to a family of grocers in Mehsana district (present day Gujarat) of erstwhile Bombay state, Narendra Damodardas Modi’s story is one of true inspiration. On 17th September, 2022 India’s ‘Pradha..

Other states can learn a thing or two about development from this Gujarat Model

Lakshmana Venkat Kuchi This is one aspect of the much-talked Gujarat Model that every state would do well to emulate – of an aspirational district of Narmada -- loosely translated meaning a backward and tribal district – which boasts of cemented roads deep inside villages, doorstep delivery of drinking water, electricity, pucca cemented houses, and all other visible signs of development. In fact, its progress and growth parameters of tribal beneficiaries, women, and children, through collaborative ..

Rising cases of cancer in India, the burden on the health of society

Dr Satyavan SaurabhThe increasing cases of cancer are deteriorating the health of our society as it has become one of the leading causes of death in India. Cancer is the second most common cause of death in India after heart disease. On average, more than..

North East cheers for now

Yambem LabaIn the early 1980s, there were just about five liquor outlets selling Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) in Manipur. When the late Irengbam Tompok became Excise Minister he ensured a quantum leap in the number of Licensed Liquor Vendors, issuing..

On author, research and publication : A critical look

Dr Longjam KrishnamangolContd from previous issueHowever, it is generally accepted that after the Ph.D. degree has been awarded to a candidate and also after the candidate has been  released from the University as per rules, the responsibility of the..

Climate change and livestock : Impacts and mitigation

P Mayengbam and TC TolenkhombaContd from previous issueIn cows and pigs, it affects oocyte growth and quality (Barati et al., 2008; Ronchi et al., 2001), impairment of embryo development, and pregnancy rate (Hansen, 2007; Nardone et al., 2010; Wolfenson e..

Significance of World Heart Day

Dr Sumidra Laishram MD (Gen Medicine), DrNB (Cardiology) World Heart day is an important annual event, witnessed every year on 29th September. The day is celebrated by organizing various activities and awareness events globally to raise awareness about th..

Sandalwood for Skin Care

Shahnaz HusainSandalwood is popularly known for its fragrance, evoking peace and calm, and finding its use in aromatherapy and meditation.Sandalwood’s soft, woody aroma works well in soaps and body scrubs, and it’s been used in Indian skin car..

On author, research and publication : A critical look

Dr Longjam KrishnamangolContd from previous issueIt is further observed that the territory of Manipur that comprised within the boundaries of the state occupies an area of 7000 square mile of which a valley of 650 miles constitutes the central portion (i...

Climate change and livestock : Impacts and mitigation

P Mayengbam and TC TolenkhombaContd from previous issueThe extent of decline in milk yield occurs less at mid gestation stage than either late or early stage. The negative impact of cold wave or heat wave on milk yield of buffaloes are not only observed o..

Sign language: A fundamental right of the HI people

Prabhat KishoreContd from previous issueIt is also essential to provide educational, vocational, social and personal guidance in sign language to HI people.Such peoplehave to face a lot in the form of social stigma and discrimination. The lack of faciliti..

On author, research and publication : A critical look

Dr Longjam KrishnamangolContd from previous issueAnd, usually or generally, full academic freedom is given to the university in the matter of teaching and research. Also, the research scholar is awarded the PhD degree for his original contributions or ent..

WORLD HEART DAY Cardiovascular health for everyone

“Cardiovascular Disease is Public Health enemy number one”Dr Kshetrimayum Kala Singh “Each year 18.6 millions people die of cardiovascular disease in the developing world” This year also the World Heart Day is observed on 29th Sept..

Climate change and livestock : Impacts and mitigation

P Mayengbam and TC TolenkhombaContd from previous issueThermal livestock stress decreases efficiency of feed conversion (McDowell, 1968), especially for livestock that are fed large amounts of high-quality feeds (Huan, 1997). In the case of cattle, feed i..

Sign language: A fundamental right of the HI people

Prabhat KishoreContd from previous issueSign language is a naturally evolved language like other oral languages and is considered to be the mother-tounge of the HI people. Like other spoken languages, sign language is also used to convey feelings, thought..

On author, research and publication : A critical look

“But apart from the contemporary mood, the ideas of economists and political philosophers, both when they are right and when they are wrong, are more powerful than is commonly understood. Indeed the world is ruled by little else” – (John..

Socio-cultural tourism in NE India: Possibilities and apprehensions

Fr Paul Lelen HaokipWorld Tourism Day is observed each year on 27th September to foster the significance of tourism and its social, cultural, political, and economic values. It is high time to re-think tourism that is socially and culturally sustainable. ..

Climate change and livestock : Impacts and mitigation

P Mayengbam and TC TolenkhombaContd from previous issueLivestock in higher latitudes will be more affected by the increase of temperatures than livestock located in lower latitudes, because livestock in lower latitudes are usually better adapted to high t..

Sign language: A fundamental right of the HI people

Prabhat KishoreWorld celebrated “International Day of Sign Language” on 23rd September for the full realization of the hearing impaired people. Sign language is the means of communication through body movement, specially hand, finger, arm, hea..

Old Lambulane, Imphal, was a trend setting locality; once...

Lunminthang HaokipPride of the Old Lambian: “Owner’s pride and neighbours’ envy.” It was the old Videocon ad that sold the branded TV like hot cakes, several decades ago. Social icons of the 1960s and 1970s thought ditto on OL. ..

Climate change and livestock : Impacts and mitigation

P Mayengbam and TC TolenkhombaIntroductionThe Earth’s climate has changed throughout history. Just in the last 650,000 years there have been seven cycles of glacial advance and retreat, with the abrupt end of the last ice age about 7,000 years ago m..

The age-old art of Chola bronze statues

S BalakrishnanThe art of creating bronze statues in Tamil Nadu follows a hoary tradition that is many thousand years old.  Among the statue making styles prevalent in Tamil Nadu, the Chola style of statue making is acclaimed as the most perfect art f..

Sexual and reproductive rights : A bridge to womanhood and society

Dr Ashwini Sirapanasetty KaracheContd from previous issueHusbands or Partners need to be encouraged in buying sanitary pads to their loved ones and thereby indulging in women’s beautiful world. Installing of Sanitary Pads dispensing machines in work..

World Pharmacists Day-2022Pharmacy united in action for healthier world

Nongthombam Rimotkumar MeeteiSeptember 25 was World Pharmacists Day . With the coming of September 25, pharmacists of all regions are celebrating this day with this year’s theme, ‘Pharmacy united in action for a healthier world.’ And we ..

The ground zero of gratitude

Birkarnelzelzit ThiyamTo the world which never sleeps, so consumed in the passion of creation- to the youth with a constant chatter of mind and explicit need to demonstrate on social media what your life lacks and doesn't look- to the children on the laps..

Miss Manipur wouldn’t be such an eye catcher sans designers like Arbin Tonjam

Marjing MayanglambamManipur, besides being the powerhouse of sports and a land of culture, has also another point that needs some serious efforts to give it more coverage and bring it to the limelight. Fashion designing is one point that needs more encour..

World River Day and our environment

N Munal MeiteiContd from last SaturdayA river's flow is its heartbeat. Freshwater plants and animals intimately depend upon natural patterns of hydrological variability. Naturally high and low water levels create habitat conditions essential for reproduct..

21 Sept- Intl Day of PeaceOnly love can overcome hatred

Priyanka SaurabhContd from last SaturdayEfforts have also been made globally to make the world a peaceful place to live. The United Nations and similar international organizations like WTO, ICJ, and many others have made major changes in the world based o..

Sexual and reproductive rights : A bridge to womanhood and society

Dr Ashwini Sirapanasetty KaracheContd from last SaturdayWith phasing times, the women are pushed towards the household chores which have restricted their horizons just because of few biased patriarchal thoughts. With second women President to the Nation, ..

Incomplete lifting of prohibition

Free ThinkerThe partial lifting of prohibition triggers little happiness; it should be full and final. Second, the emphasis is imprudent; priority should have been given to the local brew (with quality control). Still, there is ample scope for black marke..

Tribute to Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya on his 106th birth anniversary

Laimayum Bashanta Sharma On the occasion of the 8th Antyodaya Diwas to mark the 106th birth anniversary of Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya I offer my tribute to the man regarded as the founder of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh from which the BJP emerged. Antyodaya ..

How Nubank is disrupting the banking industry in Brazil

Anand LaishramMost people who have been to a bank wouldn't describe it as a pleasant experience, to say the least.From long lines & even longer waiting times (for things to get approved, for example), to uncooperative (or even straight-up rude) staff,..

Genius is knowing when to stop !

Dr Sumedha KushwahaLike most people new to their professions, I heard people saying, “You should always know your exit strategy”. Everyone knows the start line, no one knows what the finish line looks like.And, I would be clueless about what t..

Managing to make public health messaging entertaining and educative

Lakshmana Venkat KuchiWe all know the power of the moving pictures and sounds in communicating messages and how effective they can be during a crisis–the right manner of communicating life-saving messages can save hundreds and thousands of lives, es..

World River Day and our environment

N Munal Meitei“Rivers are the arteries of our planet,” Mark AngeloWorld river day is celebrated on 4th Sunday, the 25th September, 2022 and this year’s theme is, “Importance of river for biodiversity”. Now everyone should joi..

Backache in diabetics : Never ignore it

Dr KK PandeyContd from previous issueA diabetic suffering from backache problem should always go to a hospital where availability of an experienced vascular or a cardio vascular surgeon is there. By now you must have understood it is very essential to kno..

Sexual and reproductive rights : A bridge to womanhood and society

Dr Ashwini Sirapanasetty KaracheContd from previous issuec) All persons have the right for confidentiality regarding sexual health services, medical care records & in general to protect information concerning their HIV status & to be protected fro..

21 Sept- Intl Day of PeaceOnly love can overcome hatred

Priyanka SaurabhContd from previous isseEven amid the process of being socially responsible as a country, our country was and is facing many problems like other nations. But based on a more sensible and responsible government and society, tireless efforts..

Backache in diabetics : Never ignore it

Dr KK PandeyQuite often you would have heard your family members who are diabetics, complaining of backache. If you talk to them, you will come to know this backache is less in severity while sitting, but as soon as they start walking, the intensity of ba..

Eye makeup products every girl should have

Shahnaz HusainThe most attractive and sensitive feature of our face is the eyes. Decorating our eyes with simple and efficient techniques compliments even the most basic attire without indulging in a makeup retreat. And, you don’t have to waste a lo..

Bio-security key to prevent diseases in livestock as well as poultry farm

Kalyan Sarma and Girin KalitaContd from previous issueFor this, there are three types of biosecurity measures of disease control as follows.1. Conceptual biosecurity2. Structural biosecurity3. Operational biosecurityConceptual Biosecurity· It is best..

Sexual and reproductive rights : A bridge to womanhood and society

Dr Ashwini Sirapanasetty KaracheContd from previous issueThe following rights are covered under Reproductive rights:1. Right to have legal and safe abortion irrespective of marital status.2. Right to control one’s reproductive function.3. Right to a..

21 Sept- Intl Day of Peace Only love can overcome hatred

Priyanka SaurabhContd from previous isseLooking at Indian history, we see that the subcontinent was ruled well during the days of rulers who understood the problems of the people and the interests of their subjects. This is evident from Ashoka's "Dhamma" ..

New Education Policy : The CUET rigmarole

Lamneivah Kipgen The National Education Policy (NEP) was implemented in 2020 replacing the 1986 Education Policy. It created many changes and also introduced many new systems for the development and betterment of the education system in the country.Howeve..

Byron Aihara of Dance, Music and Ritual in Manipur

Marjing MayanglambamByron Aihara, before his story comes, let there be some brief information about our Sanaleibak Manipur. There were people from outside India who came to Manipur and wrote books about this land situated in the North Eastern corner neigh..

Bio-security key to prevent diseases in livestock as well as poultry farm

Kalyan Sarma and Girin KalitaIn today’s animal agricultural industries various trends are present which may potentially increase the spread and level of infectious diseases in herds. In either case it is important to the animal industry both for con..

Sexual and reproductive rights : A bridge to womanhood and society

Dr Ashwini Sirapanasetty KaracheIn the Indian Judicial System, Sexual & Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) are covered under the basic human rights. These rights are made for collective growth of humankind irrespective of their gender, which would furt..

21 Sept- Intl Day of PeaceOnly love can overcome hatred

Priyanka SaurabhContd from previous isseOn the other hand, if peace is imposed by force, there will be feelings of mistrust and enmity between competing individuals, groups, states, etc. Here any small misunderstanding can turn into a conflict, which can ..

Recalling Alzheimer once again ! Know Dementia, Know Alzheimer’s

Dr Mona NongmeikapamIn lieu of this year’s World Alzheimer’s Day celebration let us run over the facts and reality of Dementia. The triennial theme for 2021-23 incidentally happens to be “KNOW DEMENTIA, KNOW ALZHEIMER’s”. The..

Perceived class conflict triggers friction among ethnic groups in Manipur

Sunil ThongamContd from previous issueThe Government will have to invent various steps to promote economic development and social stability or else movement of separatism will continue to persist. We can perceive class conflict in the State. Neither Nagas..

21 Sept- Intl Day of Peace Only love can overcome hatred

Priyanka Saurabh"An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind." There are words of Mahatma Gandhi which are relevant even in the 21st century. Man has always made efforts to be peaceful and happy - from family to nation - it is imperative to maintain a p..

International Day of Peace and environmental conservation

N Munal MeiteiThe 21st September is the International Day of Peace since 1981 and this year’s theme is, 'End Racism. Build Peace'. This day dedicates to strengthen the ideals of peace through non-violence and cease-fire. The United Nations also want..

Prevention is better than cure !!

Phillip LaishramPrevention is better than cure... This age old adage has been held true for many and all diseases since time immemorial but the only problem was when the illness was not manifested or diagnosed. That aside where we truly need this PREVENTI..

Perceived class conflict triggers friction among ethnic groups in Manipur

Sunil ThongamManipur has 33 recognised tribes of two different conglomerates--the Nagas and Kukis. It is inhabited by three major ethnic groups--the Meiteis in the valley and the Nagas and the Kuki-chin tribes in the hills. Manipur is also inhabited by th..

Onam and the legend behind it

S BalakrishnanContd from previous issueThat is how Onam festivity was born. On Onam day, Keralites wear their best, decorate their homes and especially the front yard with flower rangoli, and prepare a great feast to welcome and show their king that they ..

ST status demands in India: A brief overview (Part 2)

Sanjoy AkoijamThe six communities seeking ST status are currently enjoying either Other Backward Classes (OBC) or More Other Backward Classes (MOBC) status in Assam. Though, historically, most of them were ruling communities, they have been cornered in ma..

The different magnitude of footprints

Birkarnelzelzit ThiyamWho matters to you in life ? There are so many people whom you meet and become acquaintances with but there are few people who actually impact you. These people form your inner circle, the core group which actually has an influence o..

Laimayum Bashanta Sharma (Spokesperson, BJP Manipur Pradesh)

Contd from last SaturdayTo provide food to the people during the lockdown in 2020 due to the Corona epidemic, the Modi Government brought the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana. In this scheme a 5 kg ration is given per person, free of cost per month..

Onam and the legend behind it

S BalakrishnanContd from last SaturdayThe devas feared the consequences of this yagna and wanted to stop him. They prayed to Lord Vishnu for relief. Lord Vishnu took the Vamana avatar (dwarf form) and came to King Maveli seeking alms during the yagna. Mav..

Welcoming back the Cheetah

Bhupender YadavThe countdown for the return of cheetah has begun and India cannot wait to welcome back the fastest land animal whose growls once echoed in forests across the country, barring the high mountains and coasts. On September 7 the cheetah came b..

Bringing drug users back to mainstream society

Ninglun HanghalVideo clips of drug users, drug dependents or loosely called drug addicts, taking their shots, and photographs of half-alive bodies lying on the roadside are being circulated across social media. The video clips and photos are from the stre..

ST status demands in India : A brief overview (Part 1)

Sanjoy AkoijamContd from previous issue26 years ago, on 2nd July 1996 to be exact, the Constitution (Scheduled Tribes) Order (Amendment) Bill to provide for inclusion of Koch-Rajbongshi in the ST list was introduced in Lok Sabha. On 2nd August 1996, durin..

Engineers : The backbone of any Nation

Prabhat KishoreContd from previous issueEngineers are the backbone of Nation building and the purpose of engineering is to innovate, design, create and maintain products, system and equipment for the benefit and wellbeing of humans. They help improve livi..

ST status demands in India : A brief overview (Part 1)

Sanjoy AkoijamIn India today, the issue of who should be included in the list of ‘backward classes’ (OBC, SC, ST, etc) remains a contentious matter. It may sound strange to any layman that even after 75 years of independence from the British E..

Face Redness—How to get rid of it

Shahnaz HusainRed in the face ? You’re not alone. Flushed cheeks and pink patches are an extremely common skin complaint—even more so in this season, and increasingly in the era of mask-wearing.A glowing flush on the face is usually credited a..

Engineers : The backbone of any Nation

Prabhat KishoreIn the year 1968, Government of India had declared 15th September as “Engineers Day” as a tribute to the greatest Engineer Bharat Ratna Mokshagundam Vishveshvaraiya. Born on 15th September 1860, Dr. Vishveshvaraiya went to becom..

An ideal civil servant

K Thansang Contd from previous issueHe should constantly remind himself that his assigned task is to serve the people who pay his salary out of taxes paid by them.A Govt servant cannot be deemed ‘efficient’ if he shirks his responsibilities an..

Literacy enhancement as a career choice

Ranjan K BaruahContd from previous issueWhen we talk about literacy, we have to also spread digital literacy as the pandemic has taught us the importance and necessities of digital learning. One of the ways in formal structure to join any educational inst..

Human Capital Formation, need of the hour Towards a new Education Governance in Manipur

Mohendro NandeibamWhen the whole world is talking about innovation-driven economy powered by growing Human Capital formation, we are talking about “Schooling without Learning” in mushrooming “Learning Shops” operating unmindful of ..

Jan Bhagidari (people’s participation) towards a TB-Mukt Bharat

Dr Mansukh MandaviyaAs our Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has always said, whenever each and every one across our Nation take a step together, our country moves a 130 crore steps forward.  Hon’ble Prime Minister has an irrefuta..

An ideal civil servant

K Thansang First of all, let me attempt to define who the civil servants are- All employees of Government are called Government servants. There are two kinds of Govt. servants-those in the defence services and those in the Civil services. A civil service ..

Prevention and control of parasitism in livestock

Kalyan SarmaContd from previous issueVaccinesConsiderable resources have been and still are being allocated to research into the effector’s mechanisms of naturally acquired immunity to gastrointestinal helminths infections of sheep and cattle, to fa..

Literacy enhancement as a career choice

Ranjan K BaruahContd from previous issueOne may choose a different subject but the best way is to take up subjects like education at the college level or at the masters level and contribute towards the field of enhancing literacy around the world .Educati..