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Students from Mizoram

Mizoram, one of the members of the seven sisters that coalesce to form northeast India, is bordered by the states of Assam, Tripura and Manipur. The state also shares an international boundary with Myanmar and Bangladesh. Sandwiched between Myanmar in the east and south and Bangladesh in the west, Mizoram occupies an area of strategic importance in the north eastern corner of India. It has a common boundary of 630 miles with Burma and Bangladesh. It is a mountainous region; the hill ranges running towards the north and south directions to rise in the east of the territory and tapering both to the north and south.

Mizoram meaning the land of Mizos.

Mizoram is a potential storehouse of natural beauty with its endless variety of landscape, hilly terrains, meandering streams deep gorges, rich wealth of flora and fauna. World-renowned for their hospitality, Mizos are a close-knit society with no class distinction and no discrimination on grounds of sex. The entire society is knitted together by a peculiar code of ethics 'Tlawmngaihna' a term meaning on the part of everyone to be hospitable kind, unselfish and helpful to others.

The upper part of the hills are, predictably cold, cool during the summer, while the lower reaches are relatively warm and humid. Storms break out during March-April, just before or around the summer.

Education Scenario of Mizoram

Mizoram being a small state has no much scope in terms of education though there have been continuous improvements seen in the last decade. Nevertheless, youngsters prefer to move out of the place for higher education and better opportunities.

Students or professionals who move out of the hills find it difficult in the already competitive employment market outside. It is, thus, required of them to hunt for jobs and at the same time come to terms with the changing socio - cultural scenario relocation or migration brings to the lives of the migrants.

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