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15.10.2019Nagaland PSC Recruitment 201945/ Graduate Degree16.11.2019More Details
03.10.2019Oil India Limited Manager & SAO Post Recruitment 201910/ -22.10.2019More Details
28.09.2019Nagaland University Guest Faculty Walk-in Interview 201901/ MA/ NET30.09.2019More Details
22.08.2019Nagaland University Non Faculty Recruitment 201916/ 12th Pass, Diploma20.09.2019More Details
05.07.2019Nagaland PSC LDA Cum Computer Assistant Recruitment 201916/ Graduation09.08.2019More Details
01.06,2019Nagaland University Teaching Jobs 201982/ Ph.D01.07.2019More Details

Nagaland is one of the members of seven sister states in Northeast India. Nagaland attained statehood on 1 December 1963 and became the 16th state of India. It is a landlocked state sharing borders with Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Burma, and Manipur. Kohima is the capital city of the state, but the largest city is Dimapur. The geographical area is just 16,579 square kilometers making it one of the smallest states in the nation. The state is mainly inhabited by 17 major tribes namely Angami, Chang, Ao, Konyak, Lotha, Chakhesang, Khiamniungan, Sumi, Dimasa Kachari, Rengma, Sangtam, Phom, Yimchunger, Zeme-Liangmai (Zeliang) Pochury, Kuki, and Rongmei and their sub-tribes. The interesting fact is that each of the tribe is unique in their character with their own distinct language, customs, and dress. More information on culture and way of life of the people can be found on Drona website. In spite of its wide diversity the people in the state are unified by two common threads, viz., religion and language. The major religion is Christianity and the English language is predominantly used by the people of the state.

Most of the state’s topography is mountainous except the areas bordering Assam valley. The state has a rich biodiversity with many species of flora and fauna. Nagaland is the home to falcons and is termed as “Falcon capital of the world.” Nagaland’s economy is mainly based on Agriculture and its allied activities. Other revenue generation sectors are tourism, forestry, insurance, cottage industries, and real estate. During the past decade, there was an acceleration in the economic growth of around 10% on a compound basis.

Nagaland total population is about twenty lakhs, and among them 9.5 lakhs are women. Around 75% of the population lives in the rural areas. Nagaland has both state and central government-run schools along with private schools. The 10+2+3 education pattern is mostly followed in the education system of Nagaland. Nagaland state has one engineering college, one Central University, and one private university. The Public Service Commission of Nagaland was set up in 1965 with one Chairman and two Members. The composition was revised two times, and the present strength is five, including the chairman. The important recruitment notification for government jobs released in Nagaland is Nagaland Civil Service ExamNagaland Combined Technical ExaminationNagaland Educational Services ExamNagaland Police, etc.

Drona, an education website launched to assist the candidates preparing for competitive exams conducted by the state government. Drona provides all the needed material to the candidates, such as previous question papers, useful books, current affairs, GK, model papers, solved papers, tips, and techniques etc. Drona acts as a virtual guide to the candidates providing information regarding examination dates, application procedure, eligibility criteria, etc. Drona aims to guide the candidates to fulfill the dream of entering into government services.

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