Vegetation of Nagaland

Vegetation of Nagaland The Vegetation of Nagaland represents the transition zone between the Indian, Indo-Malayan, Indo-Chinese bio-geographic region as well as a meeting place of Himalayan Mountains with that of Peninsular India and therefore acts as a bio-geographic gateway. Many Read More …

Soils of Nagaland for Nagaland PSC

Soils of Nagaland Nagaland consists of a narrow strip of hilly country running North-east to South-west and facing the Assam plains to its North and North-west. The Barail range enters the state at the South- west corner and runs in Read More …

River and drainage system of Nagaland

River and drainage system of Nagaland Nagaland, the smallest hilly state situated at the extreme north-eastern end of India, lies between 25° 6′ and 27° 4′ latitude, North of Equator and between the Longitudinal line 93° 20’ E and 95° Read More …

Climate of Nagaland for Nagaland PSC

Climate of Nagaland Nagaland, the 16th State of the Indian Union, came into being on 1st. December, 1963. Nagaland with a geographical area of about 16,579 Sq. Km. lies between 25°60‟ and 27°40‟ North latitude and 93°20‟ and 95°15‟ East Read More …

Animal Husbandry of Nagaland

Animal Husbandry of Nagaland Nagaland, the smallest hilly state situated at the extreme northeastern end of India, lies between 25° 6′ and 27° 4′ latitude, North of Equator and between the Longitudinal line 93° 20’ E and 95° 15’E. The Read More …

Agriculture of Nagaland

Agriculture of Nagaland Nagaland, the smallest hilly state situated at the extreme northeastern end of India, lies between 25° 6′ and 27° 4′ latitude, North of Equator and between the Longitudinal line 93° 20’ E and 95° 15’E. The state Read More …