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Vol -  13, Issue- 6 ,         Page(s) : 245 - 252  (2022 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH


The paper is an exploratory qualitative research to understand the status of education in the state of Manipur; and the effect on it due to the prolonged crisis as a result of the armed and ethnic conflicts that have existed over several decades. Adolescence is supposed to be a period of energy and creativity. It is important to understand how learners engage themselves to fill the vacuum in the backdrop of conflict, how disruption in learning happens and who are denied learning opportunities. Though learners are aware of social conflicts, they get little or no platform to voice their opinion and discuss their fears. This study provides the platform to bring the voices of the learners to the forefront, for them to speak and be heard, where they can address their concerns, fears and doubts regarding issues affecting their lives. An attempt is also done to recognize and present learners’ aspirations for themselves and the state.

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