Sanjenbam Jugeshwor Singh

Sanjenbam Jugeshwor Singh

Assistant Professor, JCRE Global College, Babupara, Imphal. The writer can be reached at

Found146articles of authorSanjenbam Jugeshwor Singh

Representational Image (PHOTO: Wikimedia Commons)

Wonders of Banana Leaves

Posted on 9 Dec 2023

The tradition of eating food on banana leaves is not only a treat to the eyes but to the palate as well. So the next time someone offers you a meal on a banana leaf, roll up your sleeves and dig right in!

Representational Image (Photo: Unsplash)

Hybrid Seeds: A boon or a bane?

Posted on 10 Nov 2023

Farmers realise that hybrid seeds, if combined with biotechnology and other crop improvement technologies, can substantially enhance farm productivity.

Representational Image (Photo: Pixabay)

Conflict and its management

Posted on 27 Oct 2023

Conflict management does not necessarily involve avoidance, reduction, or termination of conflict. It involves designing effective strategies to minimise the dysfunctions of conflict and to enhance the constructive functions of conflict in order to improve team and organisational effectiveness.

(Photo: IFP)

Clean Air for Blue Sky

Posted on 16 Sept 2023

Join the fight for cleaner air and blue skies by learning more about the effects of air pollution.

(Representational Image: Pixabay)

India’s Aditya- L1 Solar Mission

Posted on 2 Sept 2023

India has a comparatively low-budget space programme but one that has grown considerably in size and momentum since it first sent a probe to orbit the moon in 2008. It’s latest moon mission had a budget of about $75m – less than that of the Hollywood space thriller Gravity.

(Photo: IFP)

My Shattered dream of India by 2047

Posted on 21 Aug 2023

By August 15, 2047, we Indians will celebrate the centenary year of India’s Independence and let’s hope India to be what I dream today like this...

(Photo: IFP)

Manipur in boiling pot

Posted on 14 Aug 2023

While the state and central government – both controlled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling Bharatiya Janata party (BJP) – have insisted that the situation is “slowly improving”, those on the ground tell another story.


Cyber Crimes and Security

Posted on 2 Aug 2023

As cybercrime is increasingly becoming a threat to people across the world, the author explains cyber crime and cyber security and highlights some of the important tips about cyber security to prevent cyber crimes..

(Representational Image: Unsplash)

Propaganda Against Meitei

Posted on 10 Jun 2023

Why not join hands to build a common democratic force to address grievances? Why always play with minority/ tribal victimhood card to target a particular community?

Representational Image (Photo: Pixabay)

Marvel of superconductor

Posted on 3 Jun 2023

If engineers could use superconducting wires, they could fit many more wires in a circuit, leading to faster and cheaper electronics.

(Photo: IFP)

How wildfire is posing threat to Manipur's ecosystem

Posted on 9 Apr 2023

Massive forest degradation caused by frequent forest fire in hill areas of Manipur is not only causing huge devastation not only to the environment and the ecology of the state, but also posing health risks and endangering all lives.


International Award in Statistics 2023 to CR Rao

Posted on 21 Apr 2023

CR Rao, an Indian American professor, whose work of more than 75 years ago continues to exert a profound influence on science, has been awarded the prestigious 2023 International Prize in Statistics.

Page 1 of 8