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Working Papers



Manipur Administration:
A Case Study of Ancient Manipuri Courts

Issue : Vol 27, October 2016
Author: Dr R.K. Dhanajit Singh
Early Political System of Manipur:
A Recapitualation

Issue : Vol 26, September 2016
Author: Dr Ngangom Jasantakumar Singh
Social Exclusion in North East India:
A Study of Tripura

Issue : Vol 25, August 2016
Author: Nanigopal Debnath
Movement Against
"Development" & Big Dams

Issue : Vol 24, July 2016
Author: Shukhdeba Sharma Hanjabam / Homen Thangjam
Women's Power in the Domain of Men Rulers:
Exploring Gender Relations in Early Hitorical Texts

Issue : Vol 23, June 2016
Author: Khwairakpam Renuka Devi
Nation-Building And
Indigenous People's Rights in North-East India

Issue : Vol 22, May 2016
Author: Ningthoujam Rameshchandra
Psycho-Social Problems of
Elderly

Issue : Vol 21, April 2016
Author: Irom Shirly / M Tineshowri Devi
Emerging Issues of
Marginalised Indigenous Communities in Manipur

Issue : Vol 20, March 2016
Author: Dr Thiyam Bharat Singh
A Comparative Study
Of Four Districts in Manipur

Issue : Vol 19, February 2016
Author: Dr Sylvia Yambem
History of a Displaced
Community of Manipur

Issue : Vol 18, January 2016
Author: Dr Kh Gourashyam Singh
Rights of
Persons with Disabilities

Issue : Vol 17, December 2015
Author: Naoroibam Pramod Singh
Combating Human Trafficking
In North East India

Issue : Vol 16, November 2015
Author: Sapam Dilipkumar Singh
Rights of Aged
Persons

Issue : Vol 15, October 2015
Author: Naoroibam Pramod Singh
Meitei Pangals in Manipur
Past and Present (An inclusive perspective)

Issue : Vol 14, September 2015
Author: Dr. Kh. Gourashyam Singh
Agriculture, Jhum Cultivation and The New Land Use Policy in Manipur
Issue : Vol 13, July 2015
Author: Sadam Hanjabam
Infrastructure of Schools in the Hill Districts of Manipur :
A Right to Education of Manipur

Issue : Vol 12, July 2015
Author: Ashangbam Jiten Singh
Women and Indigenous Governance Systems in Manipur: Need for Democratic Institution
Issue : Vol 11, June 2015
Author: Dr N Somorendro Singh
Regional Exclusion in INDIA: Perspective From NorthEast India
Issue : Vol 10, May 2015
Author: J J Roy Burman; Shukhdeba Sharma Hanjabam
Abstract :
MGNREGS AND ITS IMPACT ON SCHEDULE CASTES (SCs) POPULATION IN THOUBAL DISTRICT
Issue : Vol 09, April 2015
Author: Kh Romenkumar Singh
Social Economic Life and Social Exclusion of Kwatha Village in Manipur
Issue : Vol 08, March 2015
Author: Dr Th Bharat; Jaiphaba Ningthoujam; N Lokeshore
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF THE MANIPURI MUSLIMS
Issue : Vol 07, February 2015
Author: Yaiphaba Ninghtoujam
Abstract :
With a total population of nearly two lakhs in 2001, the Muslims constitute about 8% of the total population of Manipur. They are found mostly in the four valley districts of Imphal East, Imphal West, Bishnupur and Thoubal. Also commonly known as ‘Meitei-Pangals’, the Manipuri Muslims are not original settlers of the State. The first settlement of Muslims in Manipur started from 1606 A.D. They were brought to Manipur after being captured as war prisoner in 1606 A.D. during the reign of King Khagemba. They were allowed to settle in Manipur by the king who provided all the necessary facilities to them including wives. Khagemba also established an office for the welfare of the Muslims who were captured in the battle. Since then, many more Muslims have come to Manipur and settled and thereby became an integral part of the Manipuri society...
IMPACT STUDY OF MGNREGS IN MANIPUR - Opportunities and Challenges, (A Case Study of Bishnupur District)
Issue : Vol 06, January 2015
Author: Dr Kh Gourashyam Singh & N Lokeshore Singh
Content :
Abstract :
The objective of the present working paper is to assess the socio­economic impact of MGNREGS in Bishnupur District of Manipur. Manipur, like the rest of the country, also implemented the Act in three phases. In the first phase, it was started in the most backward district of Tamenglong on February 2, 2006. In the second phase, another two hill districts of Chandel and Churachandpur were also covered by the Act in 2007­08. Finally, in the third phase the remaining districts of Bishnupur, Imphal East, Imphal West, Senapati, Thoubal and Ukhrul came under the Act from April 1, 2008...
An Impact Study of MGNREGS in Thoubal District
Issue : Vol 05, December 2014
Author: Dr Th Bharat Singh
Content :
Abstract :
The objective of the present paper is to study the impact of MGNREGS on three villages of Thoubal district of Manipur by selecting 126 sampled households constituting about 28 per cent of the total households. The findings of the study give us two important impact, viz., one at the household level and another at the village level. While the impact of households is analysed in terms of their income, employment, education and health, the impact on village examined in terms of durable assets created under the scheme.
Impact Study of Mahatama Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme in Senapati District Manipur.
Issue : Vol 04, November 2014
Author: Thathang Vaiphei
Content:
Abstract:
The objective of the present study is to examine the impact of MGNREGS on the villages of Senapati districts of Manipur. It also tries to determine whether there are any traces of social and political exclusion in the process...
Socio-Economic and Political Exclusion: A Case Study of Khasi Tribe in Manipur
Issue : Vol 03, October 2014
Author: Thathang Vaiphei; Kh Gourashyam; M Tangkeswor Sharma
Abstract :
Content:
The Khasis are one of the indigenous tribal people of India, the majority of them live in Jaintia hills of Meghalaya in the North East India, and with small populations settling in neighbouring Assam and Manipur. The main objective of this study is to spell out the socio-economic and political life and status of the Khasi people whose population spread over the three villages of the two districts...
Impact of MGNREGS in Manipur-A Case Study of Imphal East District
Issue : Vol 02, September 2014
Author: Thathang Vaiphei
Content :
Abstract :
The objective of the present study is to assess the impact of MGNREGS and its implementation in the Imphal East District of Manipur...
Democratic Decentralisation & Social Inclusion in Manipur
Issue: Vol 01, August 2014
Author: Dr Th Bharat Singh
Content:
Abstract :
The objective of the present paper is to examine the process of decentralisation and economic growth, poverty reduction and social inclusion in Manipur. The process of democratic decentralisation started with the formation of Panchayati Raj Institutions in the rural areas of the valley districts of Imphal East, Imphal West, Thoubal and Bishnupur. Panchayat bodies are empowered to work for the socio-economic development but they are unable to work effectively for the development of villages due to lack of funds from the Government.