Study Habits and Academic Achievement: A Case Study of Mon District of Nagaland

Volume 4 Issue 2 ( July 2022)
Hukato Swu
Pages: 71-79 Download Count : 600 View Count: 785 DOI Number 10.55236/tuara.1023979 Facebook Share on Google+ Save to Zotero Save to Mendeley


Mon district is the home of Konyak Naga, one of the biggest tribe of Nagaland. The district is economically and educationally backward and laggingbehind in comparison with other counterpart districts of the state. Central and state govt. have put much effort to remove the backward tag however, the progress is slow. As per 2011Census the literacy rate is 52.54% against the state literacy rate of 88.11%. Over the years, there were nil pass percentages at High school leaving certificate examination in many Govt. schools; this obtrusive data prompted the study. The main objective was to study the role of stakeholders such as; parents, teachers, school management, and community based public leaders, and intellectuals. The study results revealed that in the education sector, the support system from stakeholders was negligible towards an academic excellence. Here it is imperative to state that only quality education can unlock all doors for progress as state advances in proportion to education and intelligence spread among masses and hope to shoulder responsibility in nation-building.


  • Study habit
  • academic achievement
  • school
  • educational institution
  • teacher
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