LATEST GOVERNMENT JOBS OF NAGALAND
|Post Date||Recruitment Board||Post Name||Qualification||Advt No||Last Date||More Information|
|Diploma, Any Degree||----||26-10-2018||Details & Apply|
|30/06/2018||Nagaland PSC||LDC cum Computer Assistant – 3 Posts||Any Degree||---||30-07-2018||DETAILS&APPLY|
The Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) of Nagaland was about ₹12,065 crore (US$1.8 billion) in 2011-12.Nagaland’s GSDP grew at 9.9% compounded annually for a decade, thus more than doubling the per capita income.
Nagaland has a high literacy rate of 80.1 per cent. The majority of the population in the state speaks English, which is the official language of the state. The state offers technical and medical education Nevertheless, agriculture and forestry contribute majority of Nagaland’s Gross Domestic Product. The state is rich in mineral resources such as coal, limestone, iron, nickel, cobalt, chromium, and marble.Nagaland has a recoverable reserve of limestone of 1,000 million tonnes plus a large untapped resource of marble and handicraft stone.
Most of state’s population, about 68 per cent, depends on rural cultivation. The main crops are rice, millet, maize, and pulses. Cash crops, like sugarcane and potato, are also grown in some parts.Plantation crops such as premium coffee, cardamom, and tea are grown in hilly areas in small quantities with a large growth potential. Most people cultivate rice as it is the main staple diet of the people. About 80% of the cropped area is dedicated to rice. Oilseeds is another, higher income crop gaining ground in Nagaland. The farm productivity for all crops is low, compared to other Indian states, suggesting significant opportunity for farmer income increase. Currently the Jhum to Terraced cultivation ratio is 4:3; where Jhum is local name for cut-and-burn shift farming. Jhum farming is ancient, causes a lot of pollution and soil damage, yet accounts for majority of farmed area. The state does not produce enough food, and depends on trade of food from other states of India