Nagaland Vision Document aims big on employment, emphasis would be on skill development to enable youth Nagaland Vision Document aims big on employment, emphasis would be on skill development to enable youth Dec 11, Kohima: The Nagaland Vision document, which was recently released by the Nagaland State Government, envisions the desired developmental directions and goals of the state of Nagaland in various significant sectors. It proposed that substantial investment along with up-scaling the communitization process should be undertaken for reconstruction and upgradation of the old school and hospital buildings including accommodation facilities as part of the government plan and programme within the next five years.
Etymology[ edit ] The term Mizoram is derived from two Mizo words-Mizo and ram. There is dispute on the term 'zo'. According to one view, 'zo' means 'highland' or hill and Mizoram means 'land of the Mizos'.
Lalthangliana says 'zo' may also mean 'cold region' and therefore, Mizo may also signify people of the cold region. History of Mizoram One of the many battles between British troops and British-aligned tribes of Mizoram against a Lusei clan in Mizoram.
The origin of the Mizoslike those of many other tribes in the northeastern India, is shrouded in mystery. The people living in the Mizo Hills were generally referred to as the Cucis or Kukis by their neighbouring ethnic groups which was also a term adopted by the British writers.
The claim that 'The Kukis are the earliest known residents of the Mizo hills area,' must be read in this light. The tribal chiefs enjoyed an eminent position in the gerontocratic Mizo society. The various clans and subclans practised slash-and-burn, locally called jhum cultivation - a form of subsistence agriculture.
Head-hunting was a practice which involved ambushing, taking slaves and cutting off the heads of fighters from the enemy tribe, bringing it back, and displaying it at the entrance of the tribal village. A few years later, Captain Lester was wounded in a battle with the Lusei tribe in the region that is now Mizoram.
Ina Lusei tribal raid killed 29 members of the Thahdos tribe and added 42 captives to their clan.
Colonel Lister retaliated inwith the co-operation of the Thahdos tribe, an event historically called the First British invasion, burning down a Lusei village of tribal houses and freeing Thahdos captives. Post [ edit ] By the time India gained independence from the British Empire, the number of tribal chiefs had increased to over The educated elites among the Mizos campaigned against the tribal chiefdoms under the banner of the Mizo Union.
As a result of their campaign, the hereditary rights of the chiefs were abolished under the Assam-Lushai District "Acquisition of Chief's Rights" Act, All of these regions were frustrated by these arrangements and by centralised Assam governance.
The Mizos were particularly dissatisfied with the government's inadequate response to the —60 mautam famine. Between andno more than two civilians have died each year from protest-related violence or less than 0. Geography of Mizoram Mizoram is a landlocked state in North East India whose southern part shares  kilometres long international borders with Myanmar and Bangladesh, and northern part share domestic borders with Manipur, Assam and Tripura.
Most villages and town are located on hill sides. Mizoram is a land of rolling hills, valleys, rivers and lakes. As many as 21 major hill ranges or peaks of different heights run through the length and breadth of the state, with plains scattered here and there. The general geology of western Mizoram consists of repetitive succession of Neogene sedimentary rocks of the Surma Group and Tipam Formation such as sandstone, siltstone, mudstone and rare pockets of shell limestone.
The eastern part is the Barail Group. It originates in Chin state in Burma and passes through Saiha and Lawngtlai districts in the southern tip of Mizoram, goes back to Burma's Rakhine state.
Although many more rivers and streams drain the hill ranges, the most important and useful rivers are the TlawngTutTuirial and Tuivawl which flow through the northern territory and eventually join the Barak River in Cachar District.
The rivers have a gentle drainage gradient particularly in the south.Skill Development.
Nagaland is on the threshold of a demographic dividend - a dividend that is waiting to be reaped. For this dividend to be meaningful however, education, the basic right to which is now guaranteed by the constitution of India, needs to be supplemented with a skill development strategy that can ensure gainful employment.
Composition of Ad Hoc Committees. Read More. Email Address *. During , the Department has set up a new project Development of Bamboo, Cane and Wood Based Handicraft Clusters in Nagaland under NERTPS, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India.. Summary of the project 1.
Skill survey, Baseline Survey and Mobilization. The foremost step in the project implementation will be assessment of the current skill and products in the selected clusters, along . Skill Development in Nagaland: Current Status and the Way Forward Skill Development in Nagaland: Current Status and the Way Forward Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration| Mussoorie Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration| Mussoorie STATE TERM PAPER.
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The MOC was signed between JITCO & MSDE. It was signed by Mr. Dharmendra Pradhan on behalf of the Hon’ble Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India with Mr. Katsunobu Kato, Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan in a solemn ceremony at the Ministry of Health Labour and Welfare in Tokyo, Japan on October 17,