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Dimensions of development in Nagaland

Dimensions of development in Nagaland

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Published by Regency Publications [for Indian Council of Social Science Research--North-Eastern Regional Centre, Shillong] in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nāgāland (India)
    • Subjects:
    • Nāgāland (India) -- Economic conditions -- Congresses.

    • About the Edition

      Contributed seminar articles.

      Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by C. Joshua Thomas, Gurudas Das.
      GenreCongresses.
      ContributionsThomas, C. Joshua., Das, Gurudas., Indian Council of Social Science Research. North Eastern Regional Centre.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC437.N25 D56 2002
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 263 p. ;
      Number of Pages263
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3593724M
      ISBN 108187498617
      LC Control Number2002299801

      Analysis of primary level Textbooks and Curricular Material of Nagaland Report North-Eastern Regional Institute of Education (NCERT) with the children’s age and cognitive development. (ii) Almost all activities are related to real life experiences and contexts of the Font size used and its appropriateness: File Size: KB. Nagaland is one of the "seven sisters" of the North-East India. One of the smaller hill states of India, Nagaland is known for its myriad tribes with their rich culture and traditions. The State has a distinct character both in terms of its social composition as well as in its developmental history.

      ministry of tourism and culture. department of tourism. market research division. 20 years perspective plan for the sustainable development of tourism in the state of nagaland (january ) consultants ‘the designers’ ‘brindavan’, , raj mahal vilas extn. ii first main road bangalore, karnataka – File Size: 1MB. 1 Nagaland Nagaland Index S. No. Content Page No. 1 Summary of Approvals 2 – 5 2 Demographic Profile 6 – 7 3 Progress of NRHM 8 – 12 4 Reproductive & Child Health 13 – 16 5 Immunization 17 – 17 6 Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP) 18 –

        Tourism however was a later starter in Nagaland as it was only in , that the Department of Tourism came to its own when it was bifurcated from the Department of Information & Public Relations. The last two decade or so has not witnessed much development and at present the number of tourists coming to Nagaland is negligible. About this Item: B.R. Publishing Corporation, Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The book contains some important papers presented in the national seminar on socio-economic dimensions of rural development in eastern region of India organised by the Bihar Institute of Economic Studies, Patna.


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Dimensions of development in Nagaland. New Delhi: Regency Publications [for Indian Council of Social Science Research--North-Eastern Regional Centre, Shillong], (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C Joshua Thomas; Gurudas Das; Indian Council of Social Science Research.

North Eastern Regional Centre. AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN NAGALAND D.S. Dhakre and Amod Sharma School of Agricultural Science & Rural Development Nagaland University, Medziphema, NagalandIndia ABSTRACT The level of development of Nagaland has been estimated with the help of composite index based on agriculture indicators.

Nagaland National average Pupil-teacher ratio 9 Nagaland National average Books at home Nagaland National average Parental education Degree and above Higher Secondary Illiterate Primary Secondary 26 36 26 8 5 Degree and above Higher Secondary Illiterate Primary Secondary No book s 1 - 10 book s 11 - 25 book More than 25 20 64 7 No book s 1.

As Nepal has experimented various development models in the last six decades of modernization process, only a few books deal with it.

Written for former secretary Mainali and Paudyal, the book on contemporary dimensions of development is first of its kind of book which analyzes all different sectors of development.

A Brief Review of literatures on Naga Books. Some of the earliest literatures on Naga tribes are the work of A. Mackenzie (), Sir James John stone (), B.C Allen (), T.C. Hudson (), J.H. Hutton (), J.P. Mills () etc. Sir James Johns tone (), one of the earliest literature, “Naga hills and Manipur” attempted to highlight briefly about the different tribes in.

covering villages. There are 11 DRDAs and Village Development Boards (VDBs). The density of population is per Rural population constitutes % and urban population % of the total. Overall literacy ratio is %. Though Nagaland has heavy rainfall, it lacks water storage facilities.

This infrastructure. Books by Monalisa Changkija. Monalisa Changkija (Tiamerenla Monalisa Changkija) is a journalist and poet from is the founding editor and publisher of the English newspaper Nagaland was a member of the Working Group on Women’s Empowerment in the Indian National Planning Commission.

The Nagaland Vision envisions the desired developmental directions and goals of the State of Nagaland in detail. In doing so, it carries forward the process initiated in through ‘Imagine Nagaland’ workshops and the Chapter on ‘Nagaland - A Vision’ in the State Human Development.

Statistical Handbook of Nagaland (), Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Published by DES, Government of Nagaland. has been cited by the following article: Article. Socio-economic factors especially household income (r=) and family size (r= ).

Nagaland was higher than India with % and % respectively during In Nagaland, the highest proportion of rural population among the districts is Mon with %, while the lowest was Dimapur with % in Correspondingly, Dimapur has the. Broad gauge lines run kilometres ( mi), National Highway roads kilometres ( mi), and state roads 1, kilometres ( mi).

Roads are the backbone of Nagaland's Capital: Kohima. different Departments. The Department has publishedand presented the Nagaland Economic Survey during the Budget Session of NLA. Statistical Hand Book: Statistical Hand Book is one of the major Annual publications of the Department.

It contains information relating to all spheres of economic activities being undertaken in the File Size: 1MB. A really interesting book which unfortunately had the potential to be much more interesting than it actually was.

A nonfiction book about Nagaland (a tiny state in the very northeast of India), which has been fighting an off-and-on war for independence from India since before India itself was an independent country/5.

Nagaland pdf 1. Phizo's plebiscite speech A.Z. Phizo, President, NAGA NATIONAL COUNCIL, Kohima, Nagaland. 16 May Uncles, aunties, friends, brothers and sisters. LINKAGES BETWEEN ECONOMIC GROWTH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN NAGALAND Economic Growth (EG) and Human Development (HD) are two equally important objectives in the process of development.

It is argued that HD is the central objective of human activity, while EG is potentially an important instrument for advancing HD. At the same time. Dimensions of development Freedo­m is necess­ary for creati­vity becaus­e creati­vity requir­es intell­ectual space to make a leap of the imagin­ation.

By Dr Akmal HussainMissing: Nagaland. The Development Association of Nagaland (DAN) is a not-for-profit non-government voluntary society which works for the integral development of the people of Nagaland without distinction of race, creed and religious affiliation. It is the developmental wing of the Catholic diocese of Kohima.

Nagaland has a high literacy rate of per cent. A majority of the population in the state speaks English, which is the official language of the state.

The state strongly focuses on technical and medical education. Advantage Nagaland Favourable location and abundant resources Nagaland’s agro-climatic conditions favour agriculture.

Nagaland emerged as a State, carved out of the Naga Hills districts of Assam and North Eastern Frontier Agency (NEFA) province in The State has a population oflakh with an area of as per census.

The book is a very detailed introduction to Nagaland, ideal for people with little or no background knowledge of the troubled region. There are two problems with India, its aggressive insistence on patriotism from each minority which intertwines dangerously with the lack of desire to deal with communal-ism/5(17).

– Formation of Naga Club. Naga Club – the first sign of Naga resistance – provided the socio-political foundation for the Naga nationalist movement. During the Kuki revolt (–19) and the World War I (–18), the British Government recruited a number of labourers and porters from the Naga part of the labour corps, around Nagas were sent to France, where.

The state of Nagaland, whose current borders date to and which today has a population of about 2 million (some 90 per cent of which is Christian), is a. CLIMATE OF NAGALAND Nagaland has a largely monsoon climate with high humidity levels.

Annual rainfall averages around 1, – 2, mm and concentrated in the months of may to september. The temperature ranges from 21 ° C - 40 ° C.

In winter, the temperature generally do not drop below 4 °C and frost is common at high elevations INFLUENCE.