Vision and mission statement
The research cell, strives to nurture research culture in the institute by promoting research based activities on emerging trends, keeping in view a multidisciplinary facet. It also aims to enhance the general research capacity by way of participating in workshops, seminars, conferences, paper presentations, talks/ discussions, publications, projects etc.
Aims and objectives
- To create awareness and opportunities in research and development among the faculty and students
- To motivate the faculty members to take up research projects and improve their knowledge, skills for professional growth
- To share current information about relevant research funding opportunities (external)
- To encourage the faculty to coordinate and participate in capacity building programs
- To foster research collaboration within and across faculty members.
- Convenor : Dr.Konei
- Secretary : Dr. Eunice
- Member : Dr. Ketuokhrieü
Recent Programme initiated by the Research Cell
Three-Day Capacity building programme for Research Scholars organised by the OKD Institute of Social Change and Development, Guwahati and Kohima College, was held from 23th -25th February 2016.
Topics for Panel discussion included:
- Regional politics with special reference to Nagaland; K. Puro, Former Chairman, Nagaland Public Service Commission; Prof. N. Venuh, Dept. of History & Archaeology, Nagaland University; C. Apok Jamir, Parliamentary Secretary for Tourism.
- Locating gender in the north east India; Sano Vamuzo, former Chairperson, State Commission for Women; Mezivolu T.Therieh, Chief Judicial Magistrate; Thinuokhrienuo, Vice-Principal and Associate Professor, Kohima College
- Traditional Institutions, land distribution and ownership; Thepfulhouvi Solo, Retd. Principal Secretary, Dept. of Forest, Environment, Ecology and Wildlife; Takamasa, Senior Advocate; Prof. A. Lanunungsang Ao, former Pro-Vice Chancellor, Nagaland University; Kethosituo, SDO ( C ), Kohima Sadar.
- Future imperatives for research in north east India; Prof. Bhupen Sarmah, Arunima Deka, and Joseph Lulfukzwala.