Sanjenbam Jugeshwor Singh

Sanjenbam Jugeshwor Singh

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

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Hell of Hails

Posted on 19 May 2024

It is possible for hailstones of significant size to kill an adult who is unable to find cover during a hailstorm. Massive hailstones are known to cause fatal head trauma or concussions.

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Performance management

Posted on 12 May 2024

Effective performance management establishes a continuous conversation between employees, managers, and HR.

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Present text of Meitei wedding

Posted on 27 Mar 2024

A traditional Meitei wedding, deeply rooted in heritage and customs, is an elaborate affair that unites families and communities in joyous celebration.

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Why scientific temper is important

Posted on 16 Mar 2024

Superstitions and irrational beliefs are widespread in India and can be removed only by creating awareness among children about the lack of logic and reason in such beliefs.

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Hurdles to Women Empowerment

Posted on 9 Mar 2024

In the context of women and development, empowerment must include more choices for women to make on their own. Without gender equality and empowerment .the country could not be just and social change wouldn’t occur.

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Retrospection on International Mother Language Day

Posted on 3 Mar 2024

All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions.


Migratory Birds and Loktak Lake

Posted on 26 Feb 2024

Loktak Lake is not just a source of livelihood, but a goddess to the people of Manipur and a mother to the fishing community. It is the cradle of Manipuri civilisation and culture.

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Human wellbeing and wetland

Posted on 16 Feb 2024

Due to various anthropogenic threats, including high loads of pollutants from agricultural runoff, industrial waste and sewage, native species of wetlands are being replaced by invasive species.

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Rejuvenation of Lamphelpat

Posted on 10 Feb 2024

If the Lamphelpat, one of the biggest wetlands located in Manipur’s capital Imphal, is restored and successfully conserved, it would reduce or mitigate flash floods that happen frequently in the Imphal area.

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Human values and ethics at workplace

Posted on 19 Jan 2024

When organisations and stakeholders follow through in upholding ethical standards, they can create a workplace environment where individuals feel respected, heard and satisfied in their roles.

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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!

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