What is the result of Meghalaya election 2023?
Meghalaya Election Results 2023 LIVE: NPP wins 17 seats, leading on 8 seats – As of 4:50 pm, the NPP has won 17 seats in 60-seat Assembly in Meghalaya, while the UDP had bagged 10 seats so far. The TMC and Congress have won 3 and 4 seats respectively, while the Voice of the People Party has won 4.
Who is the new CM of Meghalaya in 2023?
Background – The tenure of 10th Meghalaya Assembly is scheduled to end on 15 March 2023. The previous assembly elections were held in February 2018. After the election, a coalition led by the National People’s Party formed the state government, with Conrad Sangma becoming Chief Minister,
What is the date of election in Meghalaya?
About This File
|Poll Events||Meghalaya and Nagaland (All 60 Assembly Constituencies of both States)|
|Date of Poll||27 th February, 2023 (Monday)|
|Date of Counting||2 nd March, 2023 (Thursday)|
|Date before which election shall be completed||4 th March, 2023 (Saturday)|
Which party is leading in Meghalaya?
SHILLONG: The ruling National People’s Party (NPP) in Meghalaya registered its victory in 19 seats, and was leading in six other constituencies, the Election Commission said on Thursday as the counting of votes for the assembly elections was under way.
Meghalaya Election Result 2023 The NPP retained Rongara Siju seat as its candidate Rakkam A Sangma won by a margin of over 3,000 votes. Coming One wins Meghalaya’s Raliang assembly seat Chief minister Conrad K Sangma’s brother James Pangsang K Sangma suffered a setback as he lost the Dadenggre constituency to TMC candidate Rupa M Marak by a narrow margin of just seven votes.
The UDP won 11 seats. The BJP won two seats and the Congress registered victory in five seats. The Trinamool Congress (TMC) bagged four seats while leading in one seats. The Voice of the People Party (VPP) was leading in four seats. The TMC opened its account by winning the Rajabala seat as its candidate Mizanur Rahman Kazi defeated NPP candidate Abdus Saleh after giving a neck-to-neck fight.
Is BJP in Meghalaya?
See also –
Bharatiya Janata Party National Democratic Alliance North East Democratic Alliance Meghalaya Democratic Alliance National People’s Party United Democratic Party People’s Democratic Front Hill State People’s Democratic Party Organisation of the Bharatiya Janata Party
How many MP are there in Meghalaya?
Category:Lok Sabha members from Meghalaya Present and Past Members of from,2 Lok Sabha members are elected. Wikimedia Commons has media related to, The following 10 pages are in this category, out of 10 total., Retrieved from “” : Category:Lok Sabha members from Meghalaya
Who is in power in Meghalaya?
|Meghalaya Legislative Assembly|
|Chief Minister||Conrad Sangma, NPP since 6 March 2018|
|Deputy Chief Minister||Prestone Tynsong, Sniawbhalang Dhar, NPP since 7 March 2023|
|Leader of the Opposition||Ronnie V. Lyngdoh, INC since June 8 2023|
Who is Meghalaya deputy CM?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
|3rd Deputy Chief Minister of Meghalaya|
|Assumed office 6 March 2018 serving with Sniawbhalang Dhar from 7 March 2023|
|Department & Portfolios||Minister of Public Works Department (Roads), Animal Husbandry and Veterinary, Housing, Labour, Parliamentary Affairs|
|Member of the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly for Pynursla|
|Assumed office 2013|
|Political party||National People’s Party (since 2017) Indian National Congress (before 2017)|
Prestone Tynsong is an Indian politician who is serving as the 3rd Deputy Chief Minister of Meghalaya and minister of Public Works Department (Roads), Animal Husbandry,Veterinary,Housing,Labour and Parliamentary Affairs,Government of Meghalaya since 2018.He is a member of NPP since 2017 and INC before 2017.Tynsong represents the Pynursla constituency in the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly since 2013.
Who is the new Meghalaya governor?
List of governors of Meghalaya
|Governor of Meghalaya|
|Incumbent Phagu Chauhan since 13 February 2023|
|Residence||Raj Bhavan; Shillong|
|Appointer||President of India|
Is BJP ruling Mizoram?
Aizawl, After Nagaland and Meghalaya, the BJP is expanding its political and organisational base in another Christian dominated northeastern state Mizoram, where the saffron party last week for the first time swept the election to the Village Councils (VCs) under the Mara Autonomous District Council (MADC).
Christianity has emerged as the major religion in three northeastern states – Nagaland, Mizoram and Meghalaya, where tribals constitute 86 per cent to 95 per cent of the total population (2011 census). The BJP swept the election to the VCs (equivalent to Gram Panchayats in other states and outside the Autonomous District Council areas) under MADC in Mizoram by winning majority seats in 41 of the 99 VCs while the ruling Mizo National Front (MNF) secured a majority in 25 VCs.
The Congress and the Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM) got a majority in eight and two VCs respectively. Independent candidates won one VC while there is no clear majority in 22 VCs. Of the total 492 Village Council seats, the BJP won 232 seats, the MNF managed 127 seats, the Congress bagged seats in the April 18 elections to the Village Councils under MADC.
- For the all round socio-economic development of different tribal communities, Mizoram has three tribal autonomous bodies – Lai Autonomous District Council (LADC), Chakma Autonomous District Council (CADC) and the Mara Autonomous District Council (MADC).
- BJP MLA Buddha Dhan Chakma is the only saffron party legislator in the 40-member Mizoram Assembly, for which elections would be held in November-December this year.
Chakma won the Tuichawng assembly seat in the 2018 assembly elections and the BJP for the first time entered the state assembly in the Christian and tribal dominated northeastern state. Before the Mizoram assembly, the BJP entered the Nagaland assembly in 2013 by winning one seat in the 60 member assembly.
- In the 2018 assembly polls, the BJP won 12 seats in Nagaland and two seats in Meghalaya and the party secured an equal number of seats in the two Christian dominated northeastern states in the February 27, 2023 assembly polls.
- The saffron party secured 18.81 per cent votes in Nagaland and 9.33 per cent votes in Meghalaya in the February elections against 15.31 per cent and 9.63 per cent votes in the two states respectively in the 2018 polls.
Since the last Assembly elections in 2018, the BJP has been playing the minority card which has seen positive outcomes in elections to the Autonomous District Councils during the past year. Political pundits predict that the BJP is likely to do better in the next Mizoram assembly elections, due in November-December this year.
Media reports in Mizoram said that the BJP’s electoral prospects brightened after the resignation of Mizoram Social Welfare and Tribal Affairs Minister K. Beichhua in December last year. State Chief Minister and ruling Mizo National Front (MNF) president Zoramthanga asked Beichhua to step down from the council of ministers.
Beichhua, who was elected from the Siaha constituency as the MNF nominee for two consecutive terms since 2013, along with a few MLAs from other parties is likely to join the BJP and contest from Siaha assembly seat on a BJP ticket, local media reports said.
Considering its recent local body poll success, the BJP is highly optimistic about its growth in the future elections in the bordering state. Mizoram BJP president Vanlalhmuaka said: “The assembly elections in the state are more than six months away. Our state leaders and workers are working hard to further strengthen our party and we are confident of doing much better in the next assembly polls.” He said that the BJP would field candidates for all the 40 assembly seats.
“Considering the party’s performance in other northeastern states, people of Mizoram have trust in the BJP as they predict that no other party including the MNF would be able to form the next government in the state after the elections,” Vanlalhmuaka said.
The BJP leaders are busy in mobilising support in the non-Mizo and minority dominated areas in Mamit, Siaha, Lunglei and Lawngtlai districts, where a considerable number of Reang, Chakma and Hmar tribals are residing. In May last year, the BJP emerged as the single largest party in the 25-member Mara Autonomous District Council polls in south Mizoram’s Siaha district.
It has won 12 seats, one seat short of getting an absolute majority. While addressing a party meeting recently, Zoramthanga said his party is also confident of raising its seats to 30 in the next assembly election. Political commentators said that the majority of the Mizo people would not support the BJP as they consider that the party is anti-Christian due to its strong Hindutva ideology and agenda.
- They said that the BJP is most unlikely to raise its tally much unless it ties up with the NDA (National Democratic Alliance) ally MNF.
- The BJP had contested 39 seats and secured 8.09 per cent votes against the ruling MNF’s 37.70 per cent in the 2018 Assembly polls.
- The Congress, which ruled Mizoram for decades, secured four seats and 29.98 per cent votes in the last assembly polls in 2018.
The Congress lost its last bastion Mizoram in the northeastern region to the MNF, which returned to power in the mountainous state in the 2018 Assembly elections by winning 27 seats. Of the eight states in the northeastern region, the BJP is ruling four – Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Tripura.
Which gov in Meghalaya?
Shri. Phagu Chauhan Hon’ble Governor Assumed Office: 18 Feb 2023 Additional Information: About The Hon’ble Governor: The Hon’ble Governor Shri Phagu Chauhan (born 1 January 1948) is an Indian politician serving as the Governor of Meghalaya. He previously served as the 29th Governor of Bihar.
He is a former member of 17th Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh from Ghosi, a seat he won a record six times, representing various parties like Lok Dal, Bahujan Samaj Party, and Bharatiya Janata Party. Personal life: The Hon’ble Governor was born on 1 January 1948 in the village of Sekhupur in Azamgarh district of present-day Uttar Pradesh to Kharpattu Chauhan.
He is a graduate and is married to Muhari Devi, with whom he has three sons and four daughters. He belongs to Noniya caste. Political career: Hon’ble Governor Shri Phagu Chauhan started his political career in 1985 from the political party Dalit Mazdoor Kisan Party and became first time MLA in his political career.
After that he contested many Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) elections from different parties and won maximum number of times. In 2017 Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election he contested as Bharatiya Janata Party candidate from Ghosi and defeated his close contestant Shri Abbas Ansari from Bahujan Samaj Party with a margin of 7,003 votes.
In July 2019, and later he was appointed the 29th Governor of Bihar. Last Updated on: August 1, 2023 – 5:54pm
When Meghalaya was declared a state?
Meghalaya Legislative Assembly Meghalaya Legislative Assembly Meghalaya, then consisting of the Garo Hills sub-division along with the Khasi States enjoyed semi-independent status by virtue of a treaty relationship with the British Crown. With the partition of Bengal in 1905, Meghalaya became a part of the new province of Assam and Eastern Bengal.
- In 1912, when the partition of Bengal was reversed, Meghalaya became a part of the revived province of Assam.
- On 3 January, 1921 following the Montague-Chelmsford Report of 1917 and the Government of India Act of 1919 the Governor-General-in-Council declared the areas now in Meghalaya, excluding the Khasi States, as backward tracts under the Act.
In the wake of the Government of India Act, 1935, the areas now in Meghalaya, excluding the Khasi States, became partially excluded areas. However, these areas were represented in the Assam Legislative Council since 1920 and later also in the pre-Independence Assam Legislative Assembly.
On 2 April 1970 an Autonomous State of Meghalaya was created within the State of Assam by the Assam Reorganisation (Meghalaya) Act, 1969. In accordance with the Sixth schedule to the Constitution, a Legislature of the Autonomous State consisting of 37 members who were elected indirectly by the Autonomous District Councils was set up.
The first sitting of the Assembly took place in Tura on 14 April, 1970. In 1971, the Parliament passed the North-Eastern Areas (Reorganization) Act, 1971 which conferred full statehood on the Autonomous State of Meghalaya. It attained statehood on 21 January 1972, with a Legislative Assembly.
Which religion is dominant in Meghalaya?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Evangelization of Meghalaya began in the 19th century under the British era. In the 1830s, American Baptist Foreign Missionary Society had become active in Northeast to evangelize indigenous tribes to Christianity.
- Later, they were offered to expand and reach into Sohra Meghalaya, but they lacked the resources to do so and declined.
- Welsh Presbyterian Mission took the offer and they began work at Sohra mission field.
- By the early 1900s, other Protestant denominations of Christianity were active in Meghalaya.
- The outbreak of World Wars forced the preachers to return home to Europe and America.
It is during this period that Catholicism took root in Meghalaya and neighbouring region. Currently, Catholics, Presbyterians and Baptists are three most common Christian denominations found in Meghalaya. Before Christianity arrived in Meghalaya a majority of tribal peoples were following Animist religion with Ka Niam Khasi and Songsarek traditions.
- Meghalaya is a Christian tribal state.
- The Christian population in Meghalaya is estimated at approximately 2.21 million which forms (74.59%) of the state population (2011 census).
- Meghalaya is one of three states in India to have a Christian majority.
- About 75% of the population practices Christianity, with Presbyterians, Baptists and Catholics the more common denominations.
The religion of the people in Meghalaya is closely related to their ethnicity. Close to 90% of the Garo tribe and nearly 80% of the Khasi are Christian, while more than 97% of the Hajong, 98.53% of the Koch, and 94.60% of the Rabha tribes are Hindu. The Roman Catholic Church with a homogeneous presence spread throughout the state of Meghalaya form the largest denomination in the state with 945,145 adherents (2020 data).
The Church is under the ecclesiastical province of Shillong with the following dioceses: 1) Metropolitan Archdiocese of Shillong (342,169 adherents), 2) Suffragan Diocese of Tura (326,716 adherents), 3) Suffragan Diocese of Nongstoin (164,334 adherents), and 4) Suffragan Diocese of Jowai (111,930 adherents).
The Presbyterian Church is another largest denomination in Meghalaya under the Khasi Jaintia Presbyterian Assembly with 750,989 believers in 2015. In 2018 the Church has the following number of believers under the following synod’s namely Khasi Jaintia Synod Mihngi (294,320 believers), the Khasi Jaintia Synod Sepngi (370,764 believers) and the Ri Bhoi Synod (70,510 believers) adding up to 735,594 believers with slight decline from 2015.
Unlike the Catholic Church, there is little or no presence of Presbyterianism among the Garos with the absence of a Garo synod. The Baptist Church under the Garo Baptist Convention make up perhaps the largest denomination among the Garos in Meghalaya with 500,560 adherents (both baptised and unbaptised) concentrated mostly in the Garo Hills out of a garo population of 821,026 with the remaining mostly Catholics.
The Church of God in Meghalaya, an indigenous church, established in Mylliem in 1902 is the fourth largest denomination in the state with nearly 100,000 adherents. The Church of North India of the Anglican Communion under the Diocese of North East India in Meghalaya is the fifth largest denomination with close to 50,000 adherents.
Which district of Meghalaya is Hindu majority?
|Source: census of India|
Hinduism constituted 13.27 percent of Meghalaya’s population in 2001 and it decreased to 11.53 percent in 2011. Hindus are mainly found in West Garo Hills district with 19%, East Khasi Hills District with 17.50% and the Ri-Bhoi District with 12%. Hinduism is followed by 42% of the population of Shillong,
Who is the famous leader of Meghalaya?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
|Conrad K. Sangma|
|Official Portrait, 2018|
|12th Chief Minister of Meghalaya|
|Assumed office 6 March 2018|
|Governor||Ganga Prasad Tathagata Roy R.N. Ravi Satya Pal Malik B.D. Mishra Phagu Chauhan|
|Deputy||Prestone Tynsong (since 6 March 2018) Sniawbhalang Dhar (since 7 March 2023)|
|Preceded by||Mukul Sangma|
|Member of Meghalaya Legislative Assembly|
|Assumed office 27 August 2018|
|Preceded by||Agatha Sangma|
|In office 2008–2013|
|Preceded by||Clement Marak|
|Succeeded by||Clement Marak|
|Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha|
|In office 19 May 2016 – 27 August 2018|
|Preceded by||P.A. Sangma|
|Succeeded by||Agatha Sangma|
|Minister of Finance, Power and Tourism ( Government of Meghalaya )|
|In office 2008–2009|
|Chief Minister||Donkupar Roy|
|Born||Conrad Kongkal Sangma 27 January 1978 (age 45) Tura, Meghalaya, India|
|Political party||National People’s Party|
|Other political affiliations||National Democratic Alliance Nationalist Congress Party (formerly)|
|Spouse||Mehtab Sangma ( m.) |
Purno Sangma (father)
|Relatives||James Sangma (brother) Agatha Sangma (sister)|
Conrad Kongkal Sangma (born 27 January 1978) is an Indian politician who is the 12th and current Chief Minister of Meghalaya since 2018. He is a member of National People’s Party, His father was former Chief Minister, former Speaker of the Lok Sabha P.A.
Sangma, He was also the Member of Parliament from Tura (2016–2018). He represents the South Tura constituency since 2018 and selsella constituency from 2008 to 2013. Sangma was also minister of finance,power and tourism, Government of Meghalaya from 2008 to 2009. He is former leader of the opposition in the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly.
He also served as National President of Nationalist Youth Congress.
Who is the female MLA in Meghalaya?
SHILLONG, March 2: Women have found lesser representation in the 11th Meghalaya legislative Assembly with only three — M. Ampareen Lyngdoh and Santa Mary Shylla (both from NPP) and Miani D. Shira from TMC — registering wins on Thursday. A total of 36 women candidates were in the fray.
Ampareen retained her East Shillong constituency while Miani made it to the Assembly once against from Ampati. Santa staged one of the biggest upsets of this election by defeating Shillong MP and MPCC president Vincent H. Shylla from Sutnga Saipung. The outgoing Assembly had four women legislators — Ampareen, Miani, Dikkanchi D Shira and Ferlin CA Sangma.
Among first-time MLAs are VPP candidates — Brightstarwell Marbaniang (Mawlai) and Heaving Stone Kharpran (Mawryngkneng) and two HSPDP MLAs — Shakliar Warjri (Mawthadraishan) and Methodius Dkhar (Mawshynrut). The two Congress MLAs who are first timers include Gabriel Wahlang (Nongstoin) and Charles Marngar (Mawhati).
- The UDP also has two first-time MLAs —Olan Singh Suin (Mawsynram) and former bureaucrat, Mathew Beyondstar Kurbah (Mawphlang).
- First-time MLAs from the NPP include —Santa Mary Shylla (Sutnga Saipung), Damanbait Dhar (Umroi), Arbinstone B Marak (Selsella), Subir Marak (Rangsakona), Sanjay A.
- Sangma (Mahendraganj), Ian Botham K.
Sangma (Salmanpara) and Sengchim N Sangma (Chokpot). The two AITC MLAs who are first timers are Dr. Mizanur Rahman Kazi (Rajabala) and Rupa M. Marak (Dadenggre). The two Independent MLAs are Kartush R Marak (Baghmara) and Remington Gabil Momin (Rambrai Jyrngam).
Which party won in Tripura Nagaland and Meghalaya?
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday successfully retained its iron grip on the northeastern states, a region where it had little to no presence before 2014, after securing victories in both Tripura and Nagaland. In Meghalaya, where the BJP went solo this time, the party has extended support to Conrad Sangma’s National People’s Party (NPP) in forming government in the state.
Which states are BJP in India?
|List of Current Chief Ministers of India|
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What is Meghalaya literacy rank in India?
Nidhi Sharma & Ramana Heggadal Math ” We are often misled by the literacy rate, which is only a partial measure of the real educational level of a population. ” ~ Amartya Sen Literacy is the foundation of education. The essence of this is captured by the census of India in the ability to read and write with understanding.
- Meghalaya emerges as an exemplar of this.
- The state has among the highest literacy rates in India, 74.4% against the national average of 72.99%.
- The ambit of education, however, transcends definitions of literacy.
- While literacy accords the opportunity to tap into the socio-economic potential, education, in its true spirit, translates readily into higher earnings, better health and greater personal well-being.
Education is also a powerful tool for building inclusive and peaceful societies. It arms individuals with knowledge and skills that drive sustainable development. While at face value Meghalaya emerges as a role model, boasting of a near-3/4th literate population, upon closer inspection, the State appears to be flailing in select correlates of education.
According to NITI Aayog’s National Multidimensional Poverty Index Report based on NFHS-4 (2015-16), 32.67% in Meghalaya are multidimensionally poor in health, education and standard of living. This is the fifth highest such figure in India among states. Deprivations in education, prominently years of schooling, are at the heart of this diagnosis.
The state additionally records the lowest years of schooling, second only to Bihar. It also languishes as an ‘aspirant’ in ‘quality education’ as per the SDG India Index 2020-21. Currently, the state stares at two immediate challenges in the realm of education — high dropouts and poor learning outcomes.
As of 2021-22, Meghalaya’s dropout rates at the secondary school level were to the tune of 21.68% against India’s 12.61%. In the latest National Achievement Survey 2021 that enumerates learning outcomes, Meghalaya fares lower than the national average in all but one subject- English. These figures typify a paradox of high literacy rates and poor educational attainments in the state.
A window into this paradox is provided by way of public surveys such as the National Sample Survey (NSS) and National Family Health Survey (NFHS). During the course of our work at Public Affairs Centre, we analysed such surveys and found that they allude to many self-reported reasons for poor school enrolment and attendance, ranging anywhere between financial constraints, marriage and engagement in economic or domestic activities.
What was of particular note was the role of ‘interest’ in decisions to attend school. NSS 75 th Round (2017-18) uncovers a general lack of interest in education among those who dropped out or never enrolled in schools. NFHS-5 (2019-21) corroborates this. If these surveys are any indications of policy praxis in the state, then the government must marshal efforts to address this disinterest and tackle it alongside other reported constraints such as those pertaining to the financial affordability of education.
A pedagogical renaissance is warranted in this light. Policy interventions at this stage can utilise practices in other states. Karnataka’s rural libraries under the ‘Oduva Belaku’ programme have revived the culture of reading and are crowd-pullers among children and adults alike.
These libraries sport engaging interiors, armchairs and furniture and are well-stocked with crowdsourced books. Shrawasti, an aspirational district in Uttar Pradesh, has transformed schools within their perimeter, refurbishing them such that they double as learning aids. Walls painted with enlightening stories decorate school corridors, making for fun learning environments.
Such solutions are bound to fillip interest in learning. The learning crisis that the state finds itself in the middle of calls for special attention. NGO Pratham’s Teaching at the Right Level is a unique, evidence-based solution that divides students into cohorts based on learning levels as opposed to age or grade.
- This involves regrouping based on learning outcomes as established through tests, ultimately providing needs-informed teaching.
- Initiatives such as these have proven effective in improving learning outcomes and bear the potential to positively invigorate Meghalaya’s educational circumstances.
- The state has already proven a trailblazer in creative policy-making, putting citizen experience at the centre stage.
The Meghalaya Public Private Partnership Policy 2021 is a definitive step in the right direction. The policy presents a unique opportunity, identifying education as an eligible sector for outsourcing certain services to the market. While as of 2021-22, only 15.86% of schools in the state attest to having computers, the policy’s mandate can help give impetus to digital education as an engaging medium of instruction.
- Meghalaya can draw inspiration from partnerships like those mobilised in Kerala’s IT@School programme,
- The programme, which has now metamorphosed into a Special Purpose Vehicle named Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education, outsourced computer hardware and software provisioning as well as in-house capacity-building of teachers to the private sector.
This has effectively augmented teacher engagement, prompted greater availability of computers per learner and mainstreamed digital learning with regular classroom modules. Participation from private vendors, public-spirited citizens and non-governmental organisations can act as a palliative in the ailing education sector.
- These stakeholders are rooted in ground realities and are acquainted with the pulse of local problems.
- Through coordinated efforts between the government and civil society, large strides can be made in human development service delivery.
- At the same time, such initiatives have the potential to improve the state’s ranks in indices such as the Performance Grading Index in the spirit of competitive federalism.
Meghalaya, like other hilly states, faces the challenge of terrain. Delivery of public services in such settings is a daunting task. The state has succeeded in ensuring commendable literacy levels; however, literacy is a subset of education, opening the State up to myriad possibilities.
Now that there is a global thrust on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), states across India stare at the mammoth responsibility of meeting them. Realisation of and improvement along SDG-4 performance parameters, therefore, will double as a barometer for the assessment of ‘quality education’.
For a long time, Meghalaya’s picturesque panoramas and refreshingly unpredictable weather — vacillating at once between pearl-grey and brilliant blue skies — have invited the creative inspiration of luminaries spanning the lengths and breadths of India.
For scholars such as Rabindranath Tagore, the state offered a respite from the oppressive weather of the tropics. It is only natural that the state now doubles as a locus of action. Premiere institutions spanning the likes of the Indian Institute of Management, National Institute of Fashion Technology and National Eastern Hill University stationed in Shillong embellish the learning environment of the State.
With well-designed policies, the state has the potential to emerge as the National Education Policy 2020’s ideal ‘vibrant, knowledge society’ that cuts across national boundaries. (Sharma is senior programme officer at PAC. Math is associate data scientist at PAC.
Which is the biggest river of Meghalaya?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Someshwari River in Netrakona district of Bangladesh Someshwari River (Popularly known as Singsang chi or Simsang wari by A.chik Tribe) ( Bengali : সোমেশ্বরী নদী ), known as Simsang River in the Indian state of Meghalaya which originates from Nokrek Range and flows into Bangladesh.
Who is the MP of Shillong?
|Shillong Lok Sabha constituency|
|Member of Parliament|
|17th Lok Sabha|
|Incumbent Vincent Pala|
What is the Mylliem constituency of Meghalaya election results?
Mylliem is an assembly constituency in Meghalaya. In 2023, this constituency was won by the Indian National Congress. In 2023, Rv Lyngdoh of the Indian National Congress won the seat by defeating Aibandaplin F. Lyngdoh of the Voice of the People Party with a margin of 38 votes.
What is the voter turnout in Meghalaya?
Meghalaya Election 2023: Final Voter Turnout Recorded At 85.25%
Which coalition is ruling in Meghalaya?
Meghalaya Democratic Alliance is a state-level alliance in the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly led by National People’s Party. The Post-Poll Alliance won majority in 2018 Meghalaya Legislative Assembly election but did not contest unitedly in 2023 Meghalaya Legislative Assembly election as NPP decided to go solo.
Who is running Meghalaya government?
Government of Meghalaya
|Chief Minister||Conrad Sangma|
|High Court||Meghalaya High Court|
|Chief Justice||Justice Sanjib Banerjee|