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Bordering the state of Assam in the west, part of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh in the North, Burma to the east and Manipur to the south, Nagaland is one of the seven sisters of North east. According to the 2011 census, with a population of 1,980,602 and an area of 16,579 square kilometers, it is considered as one of the smallest states of India.

Nagaland is the 16th state of India which gained recognition in the year 1963 on 1st December. English is a primary language of the state and it is one of the three states in India where Christianity is a dominant religion. 

The Chief Minister along with a council of other ministers forms the government of the state like all other states of India. Unlike most Indian states, Nagaland has been granted a great degree of state autonomy, as well as special powers and autonomy for Naga tribes to conduct their own affairs. Each tribe has a set of councils - at the village, range and tribal levels dealing with local disputes.

Nagaland Legislative Assembly

Nagaland has a unicameral legislative structure. The first Nagaland Legislative Assembly was formed in 1964. The strength of the Assembly is of 60 members. There is no nominated member in the House. All the members are elected on the basis of adult franchise from single seat constituencies. The tenure of the House is 5 years. The seat of the House is at Kohima. The Legislative Assembly is presided over by the Speaker.

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Speaker of Nagaland Legislative Assembly
Dr. Ashwani Kumar

Government of Nagaland

The Government of Nagaland was formed in the year 1964, just one year after the state recognition. Like other states, Nagaland is also headed by the Governor. The first chief minister of Nagaland was P Shilo Ao and currently the Nagaland government is headed by T.R. Zeliang.

Governor of Nagaland

Shri P.B. Acharyanagaland governor

Past Appointments:
Appointed Executive Council member of Mumbai University from 1981-1991
Elected as National executive Member, BJP in-charge of North eastern states of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Nagaland in 1991
Appointed All India National secretary of the BJP and in-charge of north-east states from 1995 – 2002
Additional charge of Governor of Tripura in 2014

Cabinet Ministers of Nagaland

The Nagaland Council of Ministers is headed by the Chief Minister and the ministers in turn are assisted by the department secretaries attached to each ministry. Shri Toshi Aier is the first Chief Secretary of the state of Nagaland.

Chief Minister of Nagaland

T.R Zeliang

Past Appointments:

Served as Minister of State for Information and Tourism from 1989–90.zeliang
Served as Minister of State for Relief & Rehabilitation from 1994 to 1998.
Served as Minister for Environment and Forests and Geology and Mining from 1998 – 2003
Member of Parliament to Rajya Sabha from Nagaland from 2004 – 2008
Appointed Minister for Planning, Animal Husbandry and Parliamentary Affairs in 2008

Other ministers of Nagaland are:

Sh Kiyanilie Peseyie
Social Welfare, Parl. Affairs

Sh Yanthungo Patton
Home

Sh Tokheho Yepthomi
PHE

Sh Kipili Sangtam
Power

Sh Nuklutoshi
Mechanical, NH

Dr. Niekiesalie Nicky Kire
Forest. B.A.

Sh C.L. John
RD, REPA

Sh Paiwang Konyak
Transport & Civil Aviation, IT&C

Sh Yitachu
Sch. Edn, SCERT

Sh Y. Vikheho Swu
Roads & Bridges

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Nagaland

Sentiyanger Imchen
Contact details: Office phone: 0370-2290456, 0370-2290458
Residence phone: 0370-2229876
Fax: 0370-2290460, 0370-2290406
Email: ceo_nagaland@eci.gov.in


There are a total of 60 Assembly constituencies in Nagaland. Following are the Nagaland constituencies.

Assembly Constituencies of Nagaland

  • Dimapur-I
  • Dimapur-II (ST)
  • Dimapur-III (ST)
  • Ghaspani -I (ST)
  • Ghaspani -II (ST)
  • Tenning (ST)
  • Peren (ST)
  • Western Angami (ST)
  • Kohima Town (ST)
  • Northern Angami -I (ST)
  • Northern Angami -II (ST)
  • Tseminyu (ST)
  • Pughoboto (ST)
  • Southern Angami -I (ST)
  • Southern Angami -II (ST)
  • Pfutsero (ST)
  • Chizami (ST)
  • Chazouba (ST)
  • Phek (ST)
  • Meluri (ST)
  • Tuli (ST)
  • Arkakokg (ST)
  • Impur (ST)
  • Angetyongpang (ST)
  • Monguya
  • Aonglenden
  • Mokokchung Town
  • Koridang (ST)
  • Jangpetkong (ST)
  • Alungtaki (ST)
  • Akuluto (ST)
  • Atoizu (ST)
  • Suruhuto (ST)
  • Aghunato (ST)
  • Zunheboto (ST)
  • Satakha (ST)
  • Tyui (ST)
  • Wokha (ST)
  • Sanis (ST)
  • Bhandari (ST)
  • Tizit (ST)
  • Wakching (ST)
  • Tapi (ST)
  • Phomching (ST)
  • Tehok (ST)
  • Mon Town (ST)
  • Aboi (ST)
  • Moka (ST)
  • Tamlu (ST)
  • Longleng (ST)
  • Noksen (ST)
  • Lonkhim Chare (ST)
  • Tuensang Sadar-I (ST)
  • Tuensang Sadar-II (ST)
  • Tobu (ST)
  • Noklak (ST)
  • Thonoknyu (ST)
  • Shamtorr Chessore (ST)
  • Siyuchong-Sitimi (ST)
  • Pungro-Kiphire (ST)
Members of Legislative Assembly

  • Eshak Konyak
  • Pukhayi
  • Khekaho
  • Dr. Benjongliba
  • S.Chuba Longkumer
  • Imtikumzuk
  • Nuklutoshi
  • Picto
  • Mmhonlumo Kikon
  • Chotisuh Sazo
  • Deo Nukhu
  • Tovihoto Ayemi
  • S.I Jamir
  • Tokheho
  • N.Jacob Zhimomi
  • Zhaleo Rio
  • Dr. Imtiwapang Aier
  • Longrineken
  • Dr. Neikiesalie Nicky Kire
  • Imkong L.Imchen
  • A.Imtilemba Sangtam
  • S. Pangnyu
  • Yitachu
  • E.E. Pangteang
  • C.Apok Jamir
  • N. Thongwang
  • Merentoshi R.Jamir
  • P.Longon
  • C.M. Chang
  • Khriehu Liezietsu
  • Neiphiu Rio
  • T.R.Zeliang
  • Neiba Kronu
  • Kuzholuzo Nienu
  • Pohwang
  • Y. Vikheho Swu
  • Torechu
  • N.Thomas Lotha
  • G. Kaito
  • Shri. C. Kipili Sangtam
  • R. Tohanba
  • Vikho-O Yhoshu
  • Kropol Vitsu
  • Shetoyi
  • B.S Nganlang
  • Noke
  • C.L. John
  • Namri Nchang
  • L.Khumo Khiamniungan
  • P. Paiwang Konyak
  • Naiba
  • Er. Levi Rengma
  • Kejong Chang
  • Amenba Yaden
  • Y.Patton
  • Y.M. Yolow
  • Kiyanilie Peseyie
  • Dr. T.M. Lotha
  • S. Hukavi Zhimomi

High Court of Nagaland

Nagaland Judiciary

The Government of Nagaland is the supreme authority that governs the state of Nagaland and its 11 districts. Kohima, the capital of Nagaland houses the Legislative Assembly and the Secretariat. All the jurisdiction and powers arising in the state of Nagaland is exercised by the Kohima Branch located in the Gauhati High court.

Current Advocate General of Gauhati High Court Kohima Branch

Shri. K.N Balgopal


Address:
Gauhati High Court, Kohima Bench
Kohima-797001, Nagaland
Telefax: 0370- 2244963
Email : reg-hc-koh@nic.in, kohima.bench@gmail.com
Website: http://kohimahighcourt.gov.in/


Districts of Nagaland

Districts of Naglanad


Dimapur:Districts of Nagaland

Dimapur district is the administrative district of the state of Nagaland. The district is bordered by Kohima district on the south and east, Karbi Anglong district of Assam to the west and on the north by the stretch of Golaghat district of Assam. The district headquarters are located in Dimapur. The Dimapur district was inaugurated as the eighth district of Nagaland on December 1997.

Facts & Figures

Rainfall: 1504.7 mm
Literacy rate: 85.44%
No. of Sub-Division: 04
No. of Blocks: 04
STD Code: 03862

Kiphire:

Districts of NagalandThe Kiphire district is an administrative district of the state of Nagaland. The district is bordered by the Tuensang district in the north, Phek district in the west and the country of Myanmar on the east. The district headquarters are located in Kiphire.

Facts & Figures
No of rural development blocks: 03
No of Revenue Villages: 86
No of major towns: 03
No. of Schools: 85
No. of Govt. Hospitals: 01
No. of Post Offices: 01
No of Colleges: 01
PIN Code: 798611

Kohima:

Districts of NagalandKohima is a hilly district of the Northeastern state of Nagaland. The district headquarters of Kohima district is situated at Kohima. It is one of the oldest districts and the second most populous district of Nagaland after Dimapur.

Facts & Figures
Rainfall: 2000 mm
No. of Villages: 20
STD Code: 0370

Longleng:

Districts of NagalandThe Longleng district is an administrative district of the state of Nagaland. It is one of the eleven districts of Nagaland. It is bordered by the Mon district in the northern side, the Mokokchung district in the west, Sibsagar district of Assam on the east and by the Tuensang district in the south. The district headquarters are located in Longleng town.

Facts & Figures
Area: 885 sq. km
No. of Villages: 15
No. of Schools: 09
No. of Govt. Hospitals: 02
No. of Primary Health Centers: 01
No. of Post Offices: 01
No of Colleges: 01
PIN Code: 798625

Mokokchung:

Districts of NagalandMokokchung is one of the districts of the Northeastern state of Nagaland. The headquarters of the distrcit is located at Mokokchung town. Mokokchung is agriculturally and industrially among the most progressive districts of Nagaland. The literacy rate of Mokokchung is the highest in Nagaland and one of the highest in India.

Facts & Figures
Town elevation: 325 metres above sea level
Weather: Moderate
Sub divisions: 03
STD Code: 0369

Mon:

Districts of NagalandMon district is an administrative district of the state of Nagaland. It is bordered by the state of Arunachal Pradesh towards its north, by the state of Assam to its west, by the country of Myanmar to its east, on the south by the Tuensang district and by the Longleng district towards its south west. The district headquarters are located in Mon town.

Facts & Figures
Date of Formation: 21st December 1973
Area: 1786 sq. km
Average temperature: 24.4°C
Average humidity: 76%
No. of Sub-Division: 02
No. of Blocks: 06
No. of Villages: 113
Average rainfall: 2000 mm to 3000 mm
STD Code: 03869

Peren:

Districts of NagalandPeren is an administrative district of the state of Nagaland. It is the eleventh and the newest district of the state. The district is bordered on the east and southern side by the state of Manipur, on the west by the state of Assam and on the north and the north east by the districts of Dimapur and Kohima respectively. The district headquarters are located in Peren town.

Facts & Figures

No. of villages: 13
Population: 12882
No. of Schools: 06
No. of Govt. Hospitals: 01
No. of Post Offices: 01
No of Colleges: 01

Phek:

Districts of NagalandPhek is one of the districts of the Northeastern state of Nagaland. The district lays to the southeastern part of Nagaland. It is the least populated district in Nagaland. The headquarters of the district is located in Phek.

Facts & Figures
Formation: 1973
No. of Blocks: 05
Police Station: 05
STD Code: 03865

Tuensang:

Districts of NagalandTuensang is one of the districts of the Northeastern state of Nagaland. The headquarters of the district is located at Tuensang. It is named after the village situated close by the district headquarters. Tuensang is the largest district of Nagaland.

Facts & Figures
Establishment: 1947
No. of Villages: 234
STD Code: 03861

Wokha:

Districts of NagalandThe Wokha district is an administrative district of the state of Nagaland. It is bordered by the Mokokchung district on the north, by the Kohima district on the south, on the east by the Zunheboto district and by the state of Assam in the west. The district headquarters are located in the town of Wokha.

Facts & Figures

Formation: 1973
No. of Assembly Constituencies: 04
Average rainfall: 2000 mm
Inhabitants: Lothas
No. of Colleges: 02
STD Code: 03860

Zunheboto:

Districts of NagalandThe Zunheboto district is an administrative district of the state of Nagaland. It is bordered by the Mokokchung district on the east, by the Kohima district towards the south and on the western side by the Wokha district. The district headquarters are located in the town of Zunheboto.

Facts & Figures
No. of Blocks: 04
No. of Towns: 17
No. of Villages: 164
No. of Hospital: 04
No. of Township: 17
No. of Govt College: 01
No. of Polytechnic: 01
No. of Govt H/Sec Schools: 01
No. of pvt H/Sec Schools: 02
No. of govt H/Schools: 12
No. of pvt H/Schools: 18
STD Code: 03867

Nagaland Government Departments

In order for the state to run effectively, the managing and administering is done by the Government departments of Nagaland. The elected ministers of the state run the different departments which are an integral part of the Nagaland government and politics. The Nagaland Government has numerous departments that handle different sections of the administration.

The government departments of Nagaland are engaged in the work of administering and managing the different departments of the state government so that the state runs efficiently. The state government comprises of many departments that are headed by the elected ministers of Nagaland. These departments are integral part of government and politics of the state. There are numerous departments in the Nagaland government that look after the different sections of the administration of the state.

These Nagaland government departments are as follows:

Department of Rural Develomennt Blocks
Govt. of Nagaland
Shri. Metsubo Jamir
Director
Kohima - 797 001
Ph No. 0370 2271106 (O)
Mobile : 09436000194
Email : dirrd-ngl@nic.in

Directorate of Technical Education
Below New Secretariat
Thizama Road, Kohima-797001
Nagaland
Ph No. 0370-2270416(O)
Email id : dirtech.edu-ngl@nic.in

Department of Agriculture,
Nagaland Civil Secretariat
Kohima
Nagaland

Directorate of Evaluation
Below A.G Office
A.G Road,
Kohima-797001
Nagaland.
Ph No. 0370-2221745(o)
Email id : direvl-ngl@nic.in

Department of Forests

Commissioner and Secretary
Department of Forests,
Ecology,
Environment and Wildlife
New Secretariat
Kohima,
Nagaland
797001
Ph No. 270060

Principal Chief Conservator of Forests
Department of Forests,
Ecology,
Environment and Wildlife
Kohima,
Nagaland
797001
Ph No. 224362,222865.

Directorate of Health & Family Welfare
Health Helpline
Ruliezou,
Nagaland,
Kohima-797001.
Telefax-03702270565
Toll free-102
Email:- mdngl-nrhm@nic.in

Department Of Information Technology & Communication
K.D. Vizo
Commissioner & Secretary
email: secy-ngl@nic.in

Kevekha Kevin Zehol
Director
T.Tongtiliba Longkumer
Deputy Director
Ph No. 0370 2271470
email: ttlkr@rediffmail.com

Sabou Yashu
Program Officer
Ph No. 0370 2271470
email: sabou_it@yahoo.com

Asono Mor
Program Officer
Ph No. 0370 2271470
email: Asonomor@rediffmail.com

Chura Katiry
Program Officer
Ph No. 0370 2271470
email: churakatiry@gmail.com

Daniel Krocha
Program Officer
Phone: 0370 2271470
email: danielkrocha@gmail.com

Department of Land Resources
Web adddress: http://www.lrdgon.com/

Department of Legal Metrology & Consumer Protection
Web address: http://www.nagametro.nic.in/

Office of the Chief Engineer

Chief Engineer, PHED
Nagaland, Kohima -797001
Ph. No. 0370 – 222517 (O)

2Superintending Engineer ( Monitoring & Investigation )
Office of the Chief Engineer, PHED
Nagaland, Kohima – 797001
Ph. No. 0370 – 223763 (O)

Department of Veterinary & Animal Husbandry
The Director,
Directorate of Veterinary & Animal Husbandry
Kohima - 797 001
Nagaland.
Ph. No. 0370 - 2221320 (O),2221783 (R)

Directorate of Tourism,
nagalandt@gmail.com
Opp: Indoor Stadium,
Raj Bhawan Road,
Kohima -797001, Nagaland
Ph. No. +91 - 9774495582
Telefax: 91 370 2243124

Nagaland Police Dept.
Nagaland Police Headquarters,
P. R. Hill,
Kohima - 797001,
Nagaland
Ph. No. 0370 2243711 / 2243713
Email : scrb-ngl@nic.in / scrbpnaga@yahoo.com

Nagaland Home Guards & Civil Defence
Web Address: http://www.nagalandhgcd.nic.in/

Krishi Vigyan Kendra

Dr. Bidyut C. Deka
Joint Director,
ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region
Nagaland Centre,
Jharnapani
Medziphema-797106,
Nagaland
Ph. No. (03862) 247250
Fax No. : 03862 247241
Email : bidyutdeka@yahoo.com

Dr. Anamika Sharma
Programme Coordinator,
KVK Dimapur
ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region
Nagaland Centre,
Jharnapani
Medziphema-797106,
Nagaland
Ph. No. (03862) 274133
Fax No. : 03862 247241
Email : kvkdimapur@gmail.com/kvkdimapur@yahoo.in
Web Address : http://kvkdimapur.nic.in/contact_us.htm

IGNOU Regional Centre Kohima
Near Mount Hermon School,
Kenouzou
Don Bosco Higher Secondary School road
Kohima : 797 001
Nagaland
Ph. no. 0370 2260366/167
Fax no. 0370 2260216
Web Address: http://ignou-kohima.nic.in/contact_us.html
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