Wednesday, 26 June 2019 - Imphal Times

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Imphal, June  26,

The wind in the political theatre of N. Biren Singh led government is not settled yet even as BJP MLAs and Ministers denied any crisis over the demand for change of Chief Minister.

A highly placed source told Imphal Times that the pressure for change of Chief Minister, moved by the dissident has been intensified. The source added that Minister Th. Bishwajit, MLA Subashchandra, MLA Indrajit MLA T.T Haokip, MLA P Sarat and some other BJP MLAs are presently camping at New Delhi since the last couple of days. During the stay the dissidents led by Minister Th. Bishwajit had met some Central leaders of the BJP urging them for change of the Chief Minister.

The situation seems serious this time as the Central leaders are taking the situation as serious one. For reason best known, Speaker of the Manipur Legislative Assembly Yumnam Khemchand had rushed to New Delhi after he had been summoned by the party leadership. It cannot be however confirmed that whether the summoning of the Speaker Y. Khemchand is related with the ongoing crisis for change of leadership or not, but political analysts are of the opinion that the Central Leadership may want to know a report from Y. Khemchand.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister N. Biren Singh today convenes a meeting of the BJP MLAs at the Chief Minister’s office today evening. A source said that the central leadership also wanted to meet the Chief Minister as the crisis remain unsolved.

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Chandel, June.26,

Indefinite bandh in all parts of Chandel district including Chandel - Moreh road against the “Unlawful” activities and violation of Lamkang customary laws in exhuming / digging out and charring the remains of founder and ex-chief of Challong village, D. Thamnok by unknown miscreants begins from midnight of June 25 by Lamkang Chiefs Association (LCA) Chandel.
Agitators under the aegis of “Lamkang Chiefs’ Association” call indefinite Chakka bandh along Pallel to Chandel District road and Pallel to Moreh highway in protest against the heinous crime and in demand to arrest the perpetrators who desecrated and dismantled the grave of Late D. Thamnok Lamkang on the fateful date 15th June 2019 at Challong Village Cemetery.
Petter Lamkang Chief Spokesperson of Lamkang Chiefs’ Association (LCA) said that Late D. Thamnok Lamkang Died on 18th May, 2019 at Riverlane Village, District headquarter, Chandel. The mortal remain of Late D. Thamnok Lamkang was brought to his native Village, Challong on 19th May 2019 and lay to rest on 20th May 2019 at 01:30 P. M. with full Customary honours and religious rites at Challong’s Village Cemetery which was attended by all neighboring village of Challong.
It was on the Fateful date of June 15, 2019, when his wife Sk. Shomlun visited the grave at the cemetery, the mortal remain of Late D. Thamnok Lamkang grave was desecrated and the coffin which contains the mortal remain went missing. Perpetrators who committed the heinous crime also dismantled the grave and burned down the cemented tomb of Late D. Thamnok Lamkang.
The incident of  June 15, 2019 was reported to village of Challong by Sk. Shomlun W/O Late D. Thamnok Lamkang. Information was send to all neighboring villages by village Authority of Challong where about the coffin which contains the mortal remain of Late D. Thamnok Lamkang. Villagers of Challong has been searching missing coffin of Late D. Thamnok Lamkang since then. As where about, the coffin of Late D. Thamnok Lamkang could not be trace and -found, his wife Sk. Shomlun lodged an FIR on 19th June 2019 at Tengnoupal Police station.
The  June 15, 2019, incident at Challong cemetery was also reported to Lamkang Naga Kver Kunpun (LNKK) which is the apex body of Lamkang and its frontal organizations. The District administration and SP of Chandel has been approached to initiate immediate action and book the culprits as per law of the land. The dormant attitude of Police personal of Chandel and Tengnoupal Police station had compels the Lamkang Chiefs’ Association (LCA) to call indefinite chakka bandh along Pallel ‘Chandel road and Pallel Moreh highway.
The indefinite chakka bandh shall be imposed until and unless, the perpetrators of the heinous crime who desecrated and dismantled the grave of Late D. Thamnok Lankangd is arrested and book in accordance with Indian law and as per Lamkang Customary law. The indefinite Chakka bandh is call in protest against the heinous crime, it is in protest against the violation of Humans Rights, in protest against infringement of Religicn freedom, in protest against those perpetrators who show disrespect to the dead body and against Police inability to arrest the culprits.
The agitation of Lamkang Chiefs’ Association (LCA) Should be a message to every tribes/ Communities of Chandel and Tengnoupal “ to respect the dead body”. Our agitation is not against any individuals or communities but it is against the heinous act in our society.
The Lamkang Chiefs’ Association, Chandel demand immediate arrest of those perpetrators who committed the heinous crime at Challong cemetery. The Lamkang Chiefs’ Association (LCA) said that it will stop complete movement of any vehicles along (Pallel-Chandel road and Pallel Moreh Highway) “Until and unless” The perpetrators are book under Indian and Lamkang Customary Law.

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Imphal June 26,

“The first draft regarding drug policy of the state has completed and feedbacks from various institutions and civil voluntary organisations are needed”, said Social Welfare and cooperation minister Nemcha Kipgen.
This was stated today in the observation of the International day against drug abuse and illicit trafficking which was organised by Department of Social Welfare in collaboration with Federation of Indian NGOs for drug abuse prevention and Coalition against drug and alcohol (CADA) at Maharaja Chandrakirti Auditorium, palace compound.
Speaking as the president of the function Nemcha Kipgen said that according to National Survey the number of drugs and alcohol users has been increasing. She added that it was very unfortunate that many school goers and youths who are the future pillars of the nation used various drugs and alcohol.
Nemcha said that parents should look after their children carefully and added that the parents should act as a role model for their children.
She said that youths should stay away from drugs and also from the peer pressure. She further said that drug users not only affect themselves but also greatly affect the family also and added that use of drugs will not bring any solution.
Nemcha Kipgen further stressed that out of the three rehabilitations in India which is only for women, two rehabilitations centre were from Manipur which is situated at Sangaiparou and Churachandpur. She added that Manipur has 21 Integrated Rehabilitations Centre for Addicts.
 She appealed the people of the state as well as various CVOs to help in making an effective drug policy for the state.
 Highlighting the brief history for the observance of International day against drug abuse and illicit trafficking, Director of Social welfare Ngangom Uttamkumar in his keynote address said that with the increased in drug abuse and illicit trafficking UN General Assembly on 1987 resolve to observe the day to fight unitedly against a drug abuse.
He further highlighted the theme for this year which is Health for Justice, Justice for health and added that as justice and health is correlated thus the theme came up.
Stressing the factors for the use of drug Uttamkumar said that a person who can’t face the reality of life use drug to avoid the reality and also people take drugs for the sole purpose of pleasure. He further said that wrong parenting also leads to the use of drug and the issues of poverty, unemployment leads to drug abuse and finally persons doing drug business tempt young people to do drugs.
He concluded that drug users should not be ostracize by the public but should be rehabilitated and streamline making it normal.
 Guest of honour of the function Hijam Priyokumar who is the president in charge of CADA said that Manipur is in a troublesome situation where the people of Manipur seem to be in extinct state because of drugs and alcohol.
He criticised the government for not having a proper policy of drugs till now and added that state faced huge loss in the economy due to drug abuse.
He questioned whether there will be a government if there is no people in the state.
 Education minister Th Radheshyam highlights the need for a scheme or a policy like Haksel gi tengbang for the poor drug users who wants to be streamlined and become normal but doesn’t have enough money for rehabilitations.
Prizes for the state and district level painting competition and slogan competition were also distributed during the function. Prizes include cash award and citations.

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Wednesday, 26 June 2019 16:57

Drugs and Ammunition seized

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Imphal, June 26,

A team of Lilong PS under the supervision of K.Sunderbala Devi, MPS(P), OC Lilong PS seized Cough syrups while conducting frisking at Lilong Turel Ahanbi yesterday night, a press statement by SP Thoubal District Dr.S. Ibomcha Singh said.

One A-star car green in colour was detained and the two occupants of the car were detained on suspicion. 7 numbers of Cough Syrup bottles (Codeine Phosphate 10%) were recovered. The two detained were identified as Md. Abdul Gaffar (27 yrs) S/o. Suleima, Lilong Ushoipokpi Tamyai and Md. Hassan (25 yrs) S/o. Md. Abdul Gaffar of Lilong Ushoipokpi and the two disclosed that the cough syrup were purchased from one Md. Riyajuddin (40 yrs) S/o. (L) Md. Serajuddin of Lilong Turel Ahanbi.

On receiving this information, O.C. Lilong P.S. assisted by members of ALADA, Lilong rushed to Lilong Turel Ahanbi and raided the house of Md. Riyajuddin and 57 numbers of Cough syrup were recovered. Md. Riyajuddin disclosed that the cough syrup was purchased from one Md. Abdul Rajak of Porompat Muslim Leirak No.2.

SP Ibomcha further said that as a  follow up action to the input received, M. Bishworjit Singh, MPS, SDPO, Thoubal, K. Sunderbala Devi, O. Ajit singh, Regular O.C. Lilong P.S. and two teams of Narcotics Cell, Imphal East rushed to Porompat and raided the house of Md. Abdul Razak and recovered 3980 SP capsules, 150 N-10 tablets, 45 bottles of cough syrup, one 32 Revolver along with 6 live rounds of 32 ammunitions, 1 SBBL gun, a sum of Rs. 5,54,700/- and two mobile phones. Md. Abdul disclosed that he deals in supplying drugs. They were arrested at 12:30 am and 9 am today.   

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Imphal June 26,

Officials and personnel of Narcotics and Affairs of Border (NAB) and Narcotics and central Bureau (NCB), Imphal today staged a rally in connection with International Day against Drug abuse and illicit trafficking.

The rally was organized under the theme Lets Developed our lives, our communities our identities without drug.

The rally started from NAB office proceeding towards Governors office and further marched up to Khuyathong.

The rally was flagged off by Superintendent of police NAB W. Basu.

Speaking to media persons W. Basu said that they have started campaigning against drug abuse and illicit from first week of June by displaying banners, distributing pamphlets at school college and other various public places.

“As we all know that drug has the potential to destroy the whole society and even the country, we should stay away from drugs. Before drug kills us, let’s kill the drugs”, Basu appealed.

He further said that they have achieved to a great extent in hampering drug abuse and trafficking because of being with a great team he had and added that their team achieved the greatest and have break all records in every aspect regarding seizure, arrest or submitting of charge sheets.

Answering on the question regarding the drug trafficking which is still going on he said that they needed public support though they have done their best and added that being a border state has a role to play in drug trafficking where many drugs were traffic from Myanmar to India through Manipur. 

Similarly poster campaign and pamphlets were distributed by Imphal west police narcotic cell at Kangla western gate, Keishamthong, and Khwairamband keithel. The campaign was led by SDPO Imphal west Joyraj under the supervision of SP Imphal West.

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FXB India Suraksha in association with Assam Rifles organized a two day training program on Anti Human Trafficking and Child Protection Systems for the Border guarding officials at Battalion Headquarter, Moreh, Manipur on 24th and 25th June, 2019.
The two day training programme was part of the 15 days training of the officials on Border guarding role. 81 Assam Rifles officials including 5 Senior Commissioned officers from across the Assam Rifles Battalion in Manipur participated during the programme.
The main objective of the programme was to train the officials of the Paramilitary force on strengthening vigilance as well as intervention mechanisms on combating human trafficking in Manipur.
This was the 2nd batch undergoing such kind of training. Another similar training for Border Management Cadre was organized on 2nd and 3rd May, 2019 wherein over 90 officials participated during the programme. Fondly called ‘Friends of the North East People’, the Assam Rifles is entrusted with the role of guarding and protecting citizens living in remote areas and especially borders.
Realizing the importance of the issue of Human Trafficking and child protection in such a vulnerable state due its geo-political, tribal unrest and sharing border to Myanmar, a trained force on handling cases of trafficking and child protection was need of the hour.
Mr. Satya Prakash, Programme Manager, FXBIS Mr. Sunil Meitei, Project Officer (Imphal), Project Mukti, FXBIS Mr. Wungreiso A. Sangh (Ukhrul) Project Officer, Project Mukti, FXBIS were the resource persons for the two day training programme. A Pre-Test and Post_test was also done to assess the knowledge of the officials on human trafficking and child protection mechanisms.
During the two day programme, the officials were trained on the concepts of human trafficking and its difference from Migration and Smuggling of Migrants. The officials were explained about the modus operandi of traffickers and how the grave issue is a organized crime with the presence of multiple persons in the entire process.
The officials were explained about the vulnerability of the Manipur state and the role Assam Rifles has to play in combating the third largest crime in the world. Identification of victims and the procedures for handling cases were taught to the participants. “Victim centric approach is mandatory while handling cases of human trafficking,” Mr. Satya Prakash said. Adding to it he said that no one stakeholder can work to break the chain of trafficking, collaboration and coordination between stakeholders is the biggest mantra.
Different Section of the Indian Penal Code, Acts such as Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection of Children) Act 2015, Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, Immoral Traffick  Prevention Act, 1986 etc were also discussed.
To make the training interesting and impactful a group work was also conducted with the participants where they were asked about the process-flow while handling cases of human trafficking.Various suggestions and recommendations were received during the session. Some of the officials present there were also involved during the rescue of the rescent 179 Nepalese citizens from Moreh and Imphal and hence many examples could be drawn from that intervention.
Mr. Sumit Sood, Commandant, 43rd Battalion, Assam Rifles addressing the participants appreciated FXBIS’ efforts in conducting the two day training programme and said, “The subject of the training is very important for us as Assam Rifles officials and we should be very clear about the interventions to be done while handling such cases. We look forward for collaborating with FXBIS in conducting  such training programmes in future too.”
The programme was conducted as part of project Mukti-an Anti Trafficking initiative to combat human trafficking and child sexual abuse in Manipur implemented with the support of ECPAT Luxembourg since 2015 in Imphal and Ukhrul.

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Imphal, June 26,

Armed rebel group Maoists Communist Party Manipur has declared ban of private banks and microfinance firms from snatching people’s homes.A statement by the Mnipur Maoists said that, private banks and microfinance firms now take heavy interest rates for money people borrow from them. Later in the name of recovering money which people have borrowed and the interest, they even snatched people’s homes. This cruel practice has become a norm, according to the Maoists, as it has been going on for a long time. The practices of snatching land and paddy fields entirely from people by these private firms must be stopped immediately. Instead, both the parties should come to an agreement and land and paddy field equivalent to the sum borrowed and interest due to the firms must only be exchanged while settling. The outfit threatens the firms and banks with dire consequences if they advantage of people taking their entire land and paddy fields as they cannot pay the interest and the sum back. People should join hands with the Maoists in this matter. Moreover, the party stated that houses and lands where people are livings should not be taken away from them. The banks should never give loans with lands where people are currently living as guarantee. It should only take as security lands where people are not currently residing, shops or vehicles. Manipur Maoists who are waging a revolution for a communist society taking forward the flame ignited by Lamyanba Irabot bans the private banks and firms from taking away people’s homes in the name of recovering loans immediately.

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A news item carried yesterday in Imphal Times regarding the signing of the peace agreement between the NSCN-IM and the GOI has received several questions regarding the credibility of the news item. Some question about the source some call it “a fake news” and some even said that nothing such happened.
Well if one recalled, a newspaper based in Guwahati called “Seven Sisters’ Post” had published a news story saying that the Government of India may likely conclude the talk by granting a “Supra State” for the NSCN-IM. The report was based on leaked document at which after receiving criticism and opposition to such an agreement the Indian authority had finally denied of any such arrangement.
Later, in 2015 June 15, Imphal Times produce a news story about the NSCN-IM putting up 8 point demand for solution of the Vex Naga Issue. The eight point demand by the NSCN-IM was published in this newspaper on that edition of 2015. As per Imphal Times report the 8 points were the preambles of the frame work agreement. The report too was flatly denied by the then interlocutor of the peace talk RN Ravi while talking to press.
Imphal Times again published news story about NSCN-IM  preparing 50 points demands to ink with the GOI pluse 18 more points that has to be implemented. All those report are denied later. Interestingly, no proper clarification or refusal of the news report came from the NSCN-IM authority but from the Indian authority.
Everyone knows the there should be some points of agreement if the vex Naga issue is settled and nobody are let known about the content of the agreement. People also now know that the government is working out to conclude the peace talk.
Accord, framework, unique history, interlocutor, sovereignty, contiguous, collective leadership- terms the people of the state, and more of those of other states in the North Eastern part of the country have been trying to make head or tail of for too long.
The so called Naga accord, entered on August 3 of 2015 again after 44 years when, on November 11, 1975, then Nagaland Governor L P Singh signed
what came to be known as the “Shillong Accord” with six representatives of the Naga rebels in the capital of Meghalaya. Any rationally thinking individual would naturally start questioning what four decades of talking and dialogues have done to change the previous state of affairs or ‘status quo ante’. It is also incomprehensible, and remains to be seen, as to how the government of India would step outside the constitution of the country to negotiate terms with the NSCN-IM rebels as per their demands. This clearly indicates that the ‘collective leadership’ of the NSCN-IM had made the representatives of the Indian government, either through coercion or conviction, to recognise ‘Nagas’ as a separate entity parallel to the ‘Indian’ entity. It would prove rather unfortunate and myopic, not to mention catastrophic, if the Government of India or its Interlocutor who is by definition a person who takes part in formal discussion of conversation, sometimes as a go-between, decides to wrap up the protracted issue without giving due consideration to the concerns of those whose rights and realms stand to be violated. Further, it would be interesting to sit back and watch how the Indian government would concede to granting ‘sovereignty’ to one of its subject states. Perhaps it would prove to be a blessing in disguise for other groups waiting and watching in the wings- even if it would lead to the beginning of the disintegration of the erstwhile Indian republic.
Every part and member constituting the present Indian subcontinent has their own peculiar and diverse history. It would be plain narcissistic to claim a particular region or state’s history as ‘unique’ and nothing more- period. It is high time to take a cold hard look into the facts and accept the obvious reality.
The cloud of secrecy engulfing the contents of the peace accord needs to blown away and the details be revealed before things take a nasty and unfortunate turn which will negate all efforts- if any were really made. To prevaricate on the issue will only prolong the suffering and insecurity of the people in the region. It would invariably lead to fomenting distrust and suspicion amongst the different communities coexisting in the region for centuries. It is time for the Government of India to come clean and put an end to the stalling game. It is also time for all of us to come together and make sincere effort to solve our problems instead of delegating it to a third party whose interests and understandings of our way of life is limited.
Or otherwise , media will depend on source which may sometimes denied by the authority.
Yesterday news report was base on the report appeared at certain sections of media houses based in North east India. Some even put down their report, but Imphal Times believes that the govt. of India may have signed the 8 point agreement as Imphal Times source had already revealed that there is no other solution than accepting the proposal of the NSCN-IM if a solution has to be brought.  

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Wednesday, 26 June 2019 16:49

Good Teaching for better Learning

    About 3000BC, with the advent of writing, education became more conscious or self-reflecting with specialized occupation such as scribe and astronomer requiring particular skills and knowledge. Philosophy in ancient Greece led to questions of educational method entering national discourse. In the medieval era, COMENIUS in DOHEMIA wanted all children to learn. In his “The World in Pictures” he created an illustrated textbook of things, children would be familiar with in everyday life and used it to teach children. The Prussian education system was a system of mandatory education dating to the early 19th century. Parts of Prussian education system have served as models for the Education system in a number of other countries including Japan and United states. The Prussian model required classroom management skills to be incorporated into the teaching process. In compulsory education Laws, children are required to attend school at certain age.
There is a saying “No Atom Bomb or long range missile is required to destroy a community/society, simply destroying education is enough to do that “.So to establish a good & quality system of Education we need a good teaching –learning process. Then what is teaching method to inculcate good education to our children? A teaching method comprises the principles and methods used by teachers to enable students learning. These strategies are determined partly on subject matter to be taught and partly by the nature of the learners. For a particular teaching method to be appropriate and efficient, it has to be in relation with the characteristic of the learners and the type of learning it is supposed to bring about. Suggestions are there to design and selection of teaching methods must take into account not only the nature of the subject matter but also how students learn. In today’s school, the trend is that it encourages a lot of creativity. It is a known fact that human advancement comes through reasoning. This reasoning and the original thought enhances creativity. The approaches for teaching can be broadly classified into “Teacher Centered and Student Centered”. In Teacher-Centered-Approach to learning, teachers are the main authority figures. Students are viewed as “Empty Vessel”, whose primary role is to passively receive information (via lectures and direct instruction) with an end goal of testing and assessment. It is the primary role of teachers to pass knowledge and information on to their students. In this model, teaching and assessment are viewed as two separate entities. Students learning is measured through objectively scored tests and assessment. In Students-Centered Approach to learning, also teachers are the authority figures. In this model, teachers and students play an equally active role in the learning process. The teacher’s primary role is to coach and facilitate students learning and overall comprehension of materials. Students learning is measured through both formal and informal forms of assessment, including group projects, students’ portfolios and class participation. Teaching and assessment are connected: students learning is continuously measured during teachers’ instruction. Commonly used teaching methods may include class participation, demonstration,recitation, memorization or combinations of these.
         Methods of instruction or teaching methods may be; lecturing, demonstration, collaborating (classroom discussion, debriefing and classroom action research). The lecture method is just one of several teaching methods, though in schools it’s usually considered the primary one. The lecture method is convenient for the Institution and cost efficient, especially with larger classroom sizes. This is why, lecturing is the standard for most college courses, when there can be several hundred students in the classroom at once. Lecturing lets Professor address the most people at once, in the most general manner while still conveying the information that they feel is most important according to the lesson plan. While the lecture method gives the instructor or teacher chances to expose students to unpublished or readily available material, the students plays a passive role which may hinder learning. Whilethis method facilitates large class communication, the lecturer must make constant and conscious effort to become aware of students problems and engage the students to give verbal feedback. It can be used to arouse interest in a subject provided the instructor has effective writing and speaking skills.
    In fact a teacher should possess a good artistic character also, in addition to know the subject matter well i.e he/she should be well qualified. At the same time a teacher should be able to act like a hero, a good father, a good brother, a good mother, a good leader, a good comedian etc. Sometimes, it is said that “A teacher should be qualified person but all qualified persons cannot be asuccessful teacher”. At the same time, he/ she should have the aptitude of teaching. If he/ she become a teacher just only for salary sake without having teaching aptitude and quality of being a teacher then he/she will become OJA SILLA (teacher who bring a piece of written paper and simply copy on the board, in Manipuri sila silage takpaoja) which will help to collapse the education system instead of building quality education. If I am not mistaken, this is what actually happening in most of theManipur Government’s educational establishments. In case of Private Institutions, most of their students are taking private tuitions and it has becomelike a culture in Manipur. The question at this moment is; why students need tuition in all the subjects of respective classes? Does it mean that they are not taught properly in their respective schools? If this is the case; what is the need of sending our students in these Schools? If this is the trend, then our children can appear the exams without attending the school because the system seems to indicate that students are not in the helms of proper teaching- learning process in these private schools.Rather they will write better in the examination after taking tuition even they don’t attend the school, this is what many people opined.
        Demonstrating, which is also called the coaching style or lecture cum demonstration method, is the process of teaching through examples or experiments. The framework mixes the instruction strategies of information imparting and showing how. For example, a science teacher may teach an idea by performing an experiment for students. A demonstration may be used to prove a fact through a combination of visual evidence and associated reasoning. Demonstration are similar to written storytelling and examples in that they allow students to personally relate to the presented information. Memorization of a list of facts is a detached and impersonal experience, whereas the same information conveyed through demonstration become personally relatable. Demonstration helps to raise student’s interest and reinforced memory retention because they provide connections between facts and real world application of those facts. Lectures on the other hand are often geared more towards factual presentation than connective learning. One of the advantage of the demonstration method involves the capability to include different formats and instruction materials to make the learning process engaging. This leads to the activation of several of the learners senses creating, more opportunities for learning. This method can be effective in teaching Math, Science and Art but it can prove ineffective in a classroom setting that calls for the accommodation of learners’ individual need. Collaboration allows students to actively participate in the learning process by talking with each other opinions. Collaboration establishes a personal connection between students and topic of study and it helps students think in a less personally biased way. Group projects and discussion are examples of this teaching method. Teachers may employ collaboration to assess student’s abilities to work as a team, leadership skills or presentation abilities. One example of this teaching is classroom discussion. It is also a democratic way of handling a class where each student is given equal opportunity to interact and put forth their views.Debriefing refers to conversational session that revolve around the sharing and examining of information after a specific event has taken place. Depending on the situation, debriefing can serve a variety of purposes. It takes into consideration the experiences and facilitates reflection and feedback. Debriefing may involve feedback to the students or among the students but this is not the intent. Classroom Action Research is a method of finding out what works best in your classroom so that you can improve student learning.   
      Newer teaching methods may incorporate television, radio, internet, multimedia and other modern device called smart classroom. Some educators believe that the use of technology, while facilitating learning to some degree is not a substitute for educational method that encourage critical thinking and a desire to learn. Inquiry learning is another modern teaching method. A popular teaching method that is being used by a vast majority of teachers in hand on activities. Hands on activities are that require movement, talking and listening, it activates multiple area of the brain. “The more parts of your brain you use, the more likely you are to retain information” say Judy Dodge, author of 25 Quick Formative Assessment for a Differentiated Classroom.



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Imphal June 26,

Manipur Heart Foundation (MHF) in association with SKY Hospital & Research Centre Pvt.Ltd and Sanjenbam Khunou Development Club, Imphal East conducted a one day Free Heart Camp at Sanjenbam Khunou, Imphal East.
Free Heart OPD, Free ECG and Free Diabetes Detection test were provided. A total numbers of 120 patients including children below 18 yrs of age were given Free Heart OPD, Free ECG to 30 patients and Free Diabetes Detection test to 52 patients. 13 patients were diagnosed with Hypertension, appropriate treatment advice was given to all the patients.
Dr. L.Shyamkishore, President, Manipur Heart Foundation asserted that the foundation would continue to provide Free Heart Camps at different places of Manipur and appealed to the people of Manipur to take the opportunity of such free services at their door steps.

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