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Marchang Reimeingam

Faculty

Marchang Reimeingam

Assistant Professor, Centre for Study of Social Change and Development (CSSCD)

Area of Specialisation

Economics of labour, migration studies, human resources development and regional development

Academic Qualification
  • PhD Centre for the Study of Regional Development, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
    Thesis Title: “Educated Unemployed Youth and Migration from North Eastern Region: A Case Study of Migrants from Ukhrul District to Delhi”.
  • MPhil Centre for the Study of Regional Development, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
    Thesis Title: “Employment and Unemployment in India: A Temporal Analysis with Special Reference to Northeastern Region
Books
  • Marchang, R. (2019), Situating Education, Employment and Economy of Scheduled Tribes of North East India, Regency Publications (A division of Astral International Pvt. Ltd.), Delhi, (ISBN: 978-93-5222-026-7).

  1. Reimeingam Marchang (July 23, 2022, Special Article), Social Networks, Job Search Flexibility, Employability, and Mobility of Migrant Workers, Economic & Political Weekly, Vol.57, No. 30, pp.60-67. (Scopus/ UGC-Care Group II)
  2. Jyoti Thakur and Reimeingam Marchang (July 2022), Locating Married Women in Urban Labour Force: How India is Faring in 21st Century, ISEC Working Paper Series No.540, ISEC, Bangalore, pp.1-23.
  3. T Thangjahao Haokip and Reimeingam Marchang (June 2022), Impact of Skill Development Infrastructures: A Study of Manipur, ISEC Working Paper Series No.537, ISEC, Bangalore, pp.1-15.
  4. Reimeingam Marchang (April 9, 2022, Special Article), Emerging Pattern and Trend of Migration in Megacities, Economic & Political Weekly, Vol.57, No. 15, pp.56-61. (Scopus/ UGC-Care Group II)
  5. T Thangjahao Haokip and Reimeingam Marchang (March 2022), Implications of infrastructure on human development in North-East India: A Review, ISEC Working Paper Series No.535, ISEC, Bangalore, pp.1-11.
  6. Reimeingam Marchang (Feb 5, 2022; Perspectives), Changing livelihood dependence on forest in North East India, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol.57, No. 6, pp.37-42. (Scopus/ UGC-Care Group II)
  7. Reimeingam Marchang (January 2022), Migration, Reverse Migration, Employment and Unemployment Crises during the First Wave of Covid-19 Pandemic in India, ISEC WP No.531, ISEC, Bangalore, pp.1-20.
  8. Reimeingam Marchang (December 2021), Job-Seeking Behaviour, Employment, Labour Employability Skills, Dissatisfaction and Job Mobility: A Study of North-East Migrant Workers in Bengaluru, ISEC WP No.526, ISEC, Bangalore, pp.1-24.
  9. Reimeingam Marchang (October 2021), Changing Forest Land Use for Agriculture and Livelihood in North East India, ISEC WP No.523, ISEC, Bangalore, pp.1-18.
  10. Reimeingam Marchang (Article first published online: June 5, 2021; Issue published: August 1, 2021), BCIM Economic Corridor an Integral part of BRI for Regional Cooperation: Positioning India’s North-East and Act East Policy, Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs (Sage), Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 249-269, (Scopus/ UGC-Care Group II)
  11. T.T. Haokip and Marchang R (May 2021), Infrastructure led livelihood: A comparative analysis of hill and valley in Manipur, ISEC Working Paper Series No.513, ISEC, Bangalore, pp.1-21.
  12. Reimeingam Marchang (June 2020), Educational Development and Expenditures on Education in Manipur, IASSI Quarterly: Contributions to Indian Social Science, Vol. 39, No. 2, pp.189-209. (UGC Care List Group I)
  13. Reimeingam Marchang (March 2020), Education, Employment and Economy of Scheduled Tribes of North East India: A Study of Manipur, Journal of Rural Development, 39 (1), pp.24-45, (Scopus/ UGC Care List Group II)
  14. Reimeingam Marchang (2020), Economic, Occupational and Livelihood Changes of Scheduled Tribes of North Eastern Region, in Sobin George, Manohar Yadav and Anand Inbanathan (Eds), Change and Mobility in Contemporary Indian Society: Thinking MN Srinivas Today, Routledge-Taylor & Francis Group, Oxon and New York, pp.175-191.
  15. Reimeingam Marchang (2020), BCIM Economic Corridor and North East India, ISEC Working Paper Series No.470, ISEC, Bangalore, pp.1-23. 1
  16. Reimeingam Marchang (2019), Youth and Educated Unemployment in North East India, IASSI Quarterly: Contributions to Indian Social Science, Vol. 38, No. 4, pp.650-666. (UGC Care List Group I)
  17. Reimeingam Marchang (2019), Educational Development, and Household and Public Expenditures on Education in Manipur, ISEC Working Paper Series No.456, Bangalore, 1-18.
  18. Marchang, R. (2019), Economic, Occupational and Livelihood Changes of Scheduled Tribes of North East India, ISEC Working Paper No.442, ISEC, Bangalore, 1-21.
  19. Marchang R. (2018), Employment, Unemployment, Job Aspiration and Migration: Some Reflections of Tangkhul Migrants to Delhi, in B. Oinam and D.A. Sadokpam (Eds), North East India: A Reader, Routledge-Taylor & Francis Group, Oxon and New York (ISBN: 978-1-138-36396-0), pp.168-183.
  20. Marchang R (2018), Migration from North Eastern Region to Bangalore: Evidences from Census Data, Journal of North East India Studies, Vol.8, No.1 (ISSN: 2278-1455), pp.40-56.
  21. Marchang R. (2018), Indo-Myanmar Border Trade at Moreh and Beyond, Journal of Global Economy, Vol.14, No.2 (ISSN: 0975-3931), pp.120-136.
  22. Marchang, R. (2018), Female MGNREGA Workers and Poverty Reduction in Sikkim, in S. Hazarika and R. Banerjee (Eds.), Gender, Poverty and Livelihood in the Eastern Himalaya, Routledge-Taylor & Francis Group, London and New York (ISBN: 978-1-138-69642-6), pp.121-146.
  23. Marchang R. (2017), Out-migration from North Eastern Region to Cities: Unemployment, employability and job aspiration, Journal of Economic and Social Development, Vol. 13, No.2 (ISSN: 0973886X), pp.43-53.
  24. Marchang, R (2017), Land, Agriculture and Livelihood of Scheduled Tribes in North East India, Journal of Land and Rural Studies (Sage), 6(1) (ISSN: 23210249), pp.67-84.
  25. Marchang, Reimeingam (2017), Shifting Cultivation in Manipur: Land, Labour and Environment, Journal of Rural Development, Vol.36, No.1 (ISSN: 0970-3357), pp.97-119.
  26. Marchang, Reimeingam (2017), Usage of Land and Labour under Shifting Cultivation in Manipur, Working Paper No.384 (ISBN: 978-81-7791-240-1), ISEC, Bangalore, 1-18.
  27. Marchang, Reimeingam (2016), MGNREGA Job Sustainability and Poverty in Sikkim, Working Paper No.374 (ISBN: 978-81-7791-230-2), ISEC, Bangalore, 1-17.
  28. Marchang, Reimeingam (2016), Migration from North Eastern Region to Bangalore: Level and Trend Analysis, Working Paper No.371 (ISBN: 978-81-7791-227-2), ISEC, Bangalore, pp.1-19.
  29. Marchang, R. (2015), Labour Force Scenario in Manipur vis-à-vis India, Research Process, Vol.3, No.2 (ISSN: 2321-211X), pp.48-60.
  30. Marchang, Reimeingam (2016), Impact of MGNREGA Scheduled Tribe Workers on Poverty in Sikkim, Journal of Rural Development, Vol.35, No.1 (ISSN: 0970-3357), pp.77-95.
  31. Marchang, Reimeingam (2015), Korean Media: A Catalyst of Acculturation to Korean Culture in Manipur, Journal of North East India Studies, Vol.5, No.2 (ISSN: 2278-1455), pp.1-17.
  32. Marchang, Reimeingam (2015), Prospective of Moreh Border Trade in North East India (in Chinese)in Sino-Indian Forum 2013: Opening-Up, Cooperation and Economic Growth, Guo Xiaoming (Ed.), Sichuan People’s Publishing Ltd., Chengdu (PR China), pp.169-205.
  33. Marchang, Reimeingam (2015), Moreh-Namphalong Borders Trade, Working Paper No.346 (ISBN: 978-81-7791-202-9), ISEC, Bangalore, pp.1-17.
  34. Marchang, Reimeingam (2015), Korean Media Consumption in Manipur: A Catalyst of Acculturation to Korean Culture, Working Paper No.342 (ISBN: 978-81-7791-198-5), ISEC, Bangalore, pp.1-18.
  35. Marchang, Reimeingam (2015), Gender Gap in Labour Participation in India, in Women’s Empowerment: A Strategy for Development, Kumar, et al. (Eds.), Bookwell, Delhi, pp.91-112.
  36. Reimeingam Marchang (2014), Korean Wave and Korean Media Consumption in Manipur, Journal of North East India Studies, 4(2), 15-30.
  37. Reimeingam Marchang (2014), Social and Economic Emancipation in the Context of Tangkhul Nagas, in Encountering Modernity: Situating the Tangkhul Nagas in Perspective, Vashum Reisang et al (Eds.), Chicken Neck an Imprint of Bibliophile South Asia, New Delhi and Chicago, 369-387.
  38. Reimeingam Marchang (2014), Educated Unemployment in Sikkim: An Outcome of Educational Development, Journal of North East India Studies, 4(1), 55-66.
  39. Marchang Reimeingam (2014), Educational Development and Educated Unemployment in Sikkim, in Singha, K. and Singh, MA (Eds.) ‘Identity, Politics and Economic Development in North-East India’, Concept Publishing Company, Delhi, 65-82.
  40. Marchang Reimeingam (2013), Educational Development among the Scheduled Tribes of Manipur, Journal of North East India Studies, 3(1), 1-17.
  41. Marchang Reimeingam (2013), Population and Educational Development of the Nagas: A Brief Account, in PC Dutta and K Singha (Eds.) ‘Ethnicity, Resources and Institution for Development of North Eastern States of India’, Akansha Publishing House, Delhi, 188-212.
  42. Marchang Reimeingam (2012), Migration from North Eastern Region to the Rest of the Country: A Recent Patterns and Trends, in Sakarama S and V Khawas (Eds.)  ‘Environment Development and Social Change in Himalayan Region’, Akansha Publishing House, Delhi, 148-168.
  43. Marchang Reimeingam (2011), Unemployment, Job Aspiration and Migration: A Case Study of Tangkhul Migrants to Delhi, Eastern Quarterly, 7(3&4), 128-139.
  44. Marchang Reimeingam (2012), Trends and Patterns of Educated Unemployed Youth in North East India, Seminar proceedings, North-East Research Centre, V. V. Giri National Labour Institute, Noida, 174-203.
  1. Reimeingam Marchang (27 July 2022), Causes and Livelihood Security of North-East Reverse Migrant Workers during the Covid-19 Pandemic, ISEC Golden Jubilee National Conference on Transformations due to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Exploring the Possibilities of a Better Tomorrow, Sponsored by ICSSR, at ISEC Bengaluru, 26-27 July 2022.
  2. T Thangjahao Haokip and Reimeingam Marchang (6 May 2022), Changing Economically Active and Dependent Population Structure and Livelihood in the Environment of the North Eastern Region”, at National Seminar on Impact of Demographic Change on Society and the Environment: Emerging Issues and Challenges for India, organized by PRC (ISEC), at ISEC Bengaluru.
  3. Marchang, R. (9 Nov. 2021/online), “Investment Dynamics for Tourism Growth in Fragile Environment of North-East India”, at National Conference on Political Economy of Tourism in the North Eastern States of India, organised by Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research (Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi) in association with the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Sikkim Manipal University, Gangtok) on Nov. 9-11.
  4. Marchang R (27 Oct. 2021/online), Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic on Reverse Migration and Labour Market in India, International Conference/Webinar (hopin) on Evidence for Development: What Works Global Submit 2021, Organised by Campbell Collaboration & Global Development Network, 18-27 October.
  5. Marchang R (19 Oct. 2021/online), Job Search, Employability Skills and Job Mobility of Youth Migrant Workers in India, International Conference/Webinar (hopin) on Evidence for Development: What Works Global Submit 2021, Organised by Campbell Collaboration & Global Development Network, 18-27 October.
  6. Marchang R (7 Sept. 2021/online), Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic on Reverse Migration and Labour Market in India, International Webinar (Zoom) on Evidence for Development: South Asia 2021, Organised by Campbell South Asia & Global Development Network, 6-7 September.
  7. Marchang R (7 Sept 2021/online), Job Search, Employability Skills and Job Mobility of Youth Migrant Workers in India, International Webinar (Zoom) on Evidence for Development: South Asia 2021, Organised by Campbell South Asia & Global Development Network, 6-7 September.
  8. Marchang R. (Invited, 2020), Migration and Labour Market Crisis in India amidst Covid-19 Pandemic, First Edition of the Online National Lecture Series on ‘The Impact of COVID 19 on Macro Economic Variables: National and International Perspectives’, Organised by Department of Economics, Mar Thoma College, Tiruvalla (Kerala), (29th September 2020 to 1st October, 2020), Day 3 – Thursday, 1st October 2020.
  9. Marchang, R. (2020), “North East Migrant Woman Workers: Issues and Challenges amidst Covid-19”, Webinar on Coping in Times of Covid-19, Organised by Tangkhul Women Society Delhi (Tangkhul Shanao Ngarumsak Long Delhi), Delhi, 27 June 2020.
  10. Marchang R. (2019), Geo-economic and Geopolitics Perspectives of BCIM Economic Corridor, 8th Forum on China-India: Humanities, Economy and People’s Welfare, Jointly organized by Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences (China), ISEC (India) and International Management Institute (India), at SASS (Chengdu, China), 17-18 October 2019.
  11. Marchang R. (2019), Educational Development and Spending on Education in Manipur, XIV International Conference on Public Policy and Management, Organised by Centre for Public Policy, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, Bangalore (India), 22 – 24 August 2019.
  12. Marchang R (2018), “Market forces driven migration in mega cities of India”, International Seminar on the Challenges of Governance in Mega Cities, Organised by CRUA (ISEC), Bangalore, 25-26 October.
  13. Marchang, R. (2017), “Diverging Livelihood System of Scheduled Tribes of North Eastern Region”, International Seminar on Change and Mobility in Contemporary India: Thinking M. N. Srinivas Today, 29-30 August, CSSCD, ISEC, Bangalore.
  14. Marchang, R. (2017), “Out-migration from North East to Cities: Unemployment, employability and job aspiration”, at national seminar on Borderland migration, neo-liberal India and borderland identity, Organised by Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research, Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi on March 8-9.
  15. Marchang, R. (2016), “BCIM Economic Corridor: Gain or Loss for North East India”, International Seminar on India, China and the New World Order: Economic, Social, Political and Cultural Dimensions, Organised by ISEC (Bangalore) and SASS (Chengdu), ISEC, Bangalore, 21-22 November.
  16. Marchang, Reimeingam (2015), “Situating North East India’s Economy in BCIM Economic Corridor”, International Seminar on Sino-Indian Relation: Change and Development, SASS, Chengdu, Sichuan (China), 26-27 October 2015.
  17. Marchang, Reimeingam (2015), Discussant in International Seminar on Sino-Indian Relation: Change and Development, SASS, Chengdu, Sichuan (PR China), 26-27 October 2015.
  18. Marchang, Reimeingam (2015), participated as an invitee for discussion/preparation of “Module of Diploma Course Curriculum Designing to Enhance Graduate Employability”, Workshop on Higher Education and Employability, Organised by NUEPA, Delhi (India), 12-14th March.
  19. Marchang, Reimeingam (2015), “Shifting Cultivation, Labour and Environmental Issues in the Hills of Manipur”, International Seminar on Natural Resource and National Accounts in South Asia, Organised by CEENR-ISEC, Bangalore (India), 5-6th February.
  20. Marchang, Reimeingam (2014), “Social and Age Specific Worker Status in India”, Workshop on Census Data Dissemination – 2014, Organized by Directorate of Census Operation (Karnataka) and Institute for Social and Economic Change (Bengaluru), Bangaluru, 1 December.
  21. Reimeingam Marchang (2014), “MGNREGA Employment, Sustainability and Poverty in Sikkim”, International Seminar on Green Economy and Sustainable Development, Organized by ISEC (Bangalore, India)-SASS (Chengdu, China), Bangalore, 6-7 November.
  22. Reimeingam Marchang (2014), “BCIM: India’s Perspective”, The 2014 Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor (Chengdu) Development Forum, at Chengdu Raffles City Ascott, Organized by Chengdu Municipal People’s Government/Chengdu Municipal Bureau of Commerce, Chengdu, China, 30 October to 1 November.
  23. Reimeingam Marchang (2014), “Level and Trend of Migration from North Eastern Region to Bangalore”, International Seminar on Global Issues of Population, Development and Environment, Organized by PRC-ISEC, Bangalore, 27-28 October.
  24. Reimeingam Marchang (2014), “Gender Gap in Labour Participation in India”, National Seminar on Women Empowerment-A Strategy for Development, Organized by Gender Studies-ISEC, Bangalore, 13-14 October.
  25. Presented, “Female MGNREGA Workers and Poverty Reduction in Sikkim”, International Conference on The Eastern Himalaya: Gender, Poverty and Livelihoods, Organised by Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, 11-13th February 2014.
  26. Presented, “Prospective of Moreh Border Trade in the North East India”, International Seminar on Opening up, Co-operation and Economic Growth, Organised by Sichuan Academy of Social Science (Chengdu, China) and Institute for Social and Economic Growth (Bangalore, India), at Chengdu, China, 25-26th October 2013.
  27. Commentator, International Seminar on Opening up, Co-operation and Economic Growth, Organised by Sichuan Academy of Social Science (Chengdu, China) and Institute for Social and Economic Growth (Bangalore, India), at Chengdu, China, 25-26th October 2013.
  28. Presented, “Gender Inequality in Education among Scheduled Tribes of Manipur”, National Seminar on Development Discourse: The Expanding Horizons, Organised by Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Regional Campus, Manipur, 18-19 March 2013.
  29. Presented, “Educational and Job Opportunities and Challenges”, Seminar on Career Guidance & Social Awareness, Organised by Tangkhul Katamnao Long Bangalore, Bangalore, 25 February 2013.
  30. Presented, Issues of Educated Youth Unemployment in North East India”, North East Young Social Scientists’ Meet, Omeo Kumar Das Institute of Social Change and Development, Guwahati, 22-23 January 2013
  31. Presented, “Educational Development in Manipur: Interface with Conflict”, (Co-author), National Seminar on The Impact of Violence on Women and Children in Conflict Areas in India with Particular Reference to Northeast, Organized by St. Joseph’s College Nagaland and TISS GuwahatiSt. Joseph’s College Nagaland, 21-22 September 2012
  32. Presented, “Trends and Patterns of Educated Unemployed Youth in North East India”, National Seminar on Labour and Employment Trends in North-Eastern Region: Challenges & Opportunities, Organized by North-East Research Centre, V. V. Giri National Labour Institute, Noida, 30-31 March 2012
  33. Discussant, “Expanding Economic Activity along the Sino-Indian Border Areas (Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh, India)” in Sino-Indian Economic Dialogue: From Bilateral trade to Strategic Partnership, Seminar organized by Sikkim University and Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, Sikkim University, Gangtok, 25-26 February, 2012.
  34. Presented, “Education and Employment Pattern”, Seminar cum Workshop on Strategies for Maximizing Educational Opportunities, Ukhrul, Manipur, 4-6 October 2007.
  35. Discussant, “Agriculture Production in Manipur”, Seminar organized by Manipur Research Forum, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 2006.
  36. Marchang, R. (2021), Mesmerising scenario of regular wage households in Nagaland, The Morung Express, Nagaland, (Online/25 November)/ Print.
  37. Marchang, R. (2021), Investment paradigm for tourism development in North-East India, The Morung Express, Nagaland, (Online/22 November)/ Print.
  38. Marchang, R. (2021), Intriguing condition of employment and unemployment in Nagaland, The Morung Express, Nagaland, (Online 1 Oct.)/Print/2 October, p.5.
  39. Marchang, R. (2020), Bitter truth of seeking for equal representation of ST in Manipur, The Sangai Express, Imphal, 28 July, p.4.
  40. Marchang, R. (2020), Morals from COVID-19 pandemic for North East Migrants, The Morung Express, Nagaland, 17 July, p.5.
  41. Marchang, R. (2020), Government expenditures on education in Manipur, The Sangai Express, Imphal, 15 July, p.4.
  42. Marchang, R. (2020), Uncertainty of return of migrant workers in Covid-19 pandemic, The Sangai Express, Imphal, 23 May, p.4.
  43. Marchang, R. (2018), Changes in educational system in India, Imphal Free Press, Imphal, 21 December.
  44. Marchang, R. (2018), Things that change educational settings, Sangai Express, Imphal, 19 December, p.4.
  45. Marchang R. (2018), The plight of education in Manipur, Sangai Express, Imphal, 1 May, p.4.
  46. Chaotic road traffic system of Manipur, Sangai Express, Imphal, 16 February 2018, p.6.
  47. NER’s Participation in Act East Policy: Potentials and needs, Sangai Express, Imphal, 23 August 2017, p.6.
  48. Appraising trajectory of migration in India, Sangai Express, Imphal, 28 June 2017, p.6.
  49. Messing with Ukhrul-Tolloi-Tadubi road development in Manipur, Sangai Express, Imphal, 4 May 2017, p.6.
  50. Iconic activist to politician (Letter), The Hindu, 28 July 2016.
  51. Mesmerising Manipur Civil Services Aspirants, Sangai Express, Imphal, 25 July 2016, p.6.
  52. No more spitting, please (Letter), The Hindu, 21 July 2016.
  53. North Eastern Region’s cooperation in BCIM Economic Corridor, Sangai Express, Imphal, 12 May 2016.
  54. Politics of rugged road of Kasom block, Sangai Express, Imphal, 17 March 2016.
  55. Madness of MPSC in college assistant professors recruitment, Sangai Express, Imphal, 17 November 2015
  56. Natural Disaster: Lesson from Kasom Block, Sangai Express, Imphal, 27 August 2015.
  57. Water Scarcity in Manipur: Choice or Chance, Sangai Express, Imphal, 28 and 30 March 2015.
  58. Excerpt of Shifting Cultivation in Manipur: Labour and Environment, Sangai Express, Imphal, 23 February 2015.
  59. Nuisance of Educated Unemployment in Manipur, Sangai Express, Imphal, 21 February 2015.
  60. The Situation of Migration from Manipur and Nagaland to Delhi, Morung Express, Nagaland, 31 August 2013.
  61. Unfair enough for some MCS aspirants, Sangai Express, Imphal, 16 May 2013.
  62. Amliso growers in distress in Sikkim (co-authored), Sikkim Express, Sikkim, 5 February 2012.
  63. Amliso the broom grass in Sikkim: A field study by Sikkim University (co-authored), Sikkim Express, Sikkim, 29 January 2012
  64. Which way HDI in Sikkim is heading? Sikkim Express, Sikkim, 15 September 2011.
  65. Population Retarding in Nagaland, Morung Express, Nagaland, July 2011.
  66. Population Growth Falls More in Sikkim, Sikkim Express, Sikkim, 12 July 2011.
  67. Escalating problems of youth unemployment in Sikkim, Sikkim Express, Sikkim, 10 July 2011.
  68. Educated Unemployment Problem in Rural Nagaland, Morung Express, Nagaland, 8 April 2010.
  69. What Went Wrong with the Educated Unemployed of Sikkim, Sikkim Express, Sikkim, 30 March 2010.
  70. A Quick Observation on Educational Expenditure in Nagaland, Morung Express, Nagaland, 12 March 2010.
  71. Consumption Expenditure on Education on Rise in Sikkim, Sikkim Express, Sikkim, 8 March 2010.
  72. Unemployment and Agriculture Sector: An Overview of Nagaland, Morung Express, Nagaland, 7 December 2009.
  73. Migration to Manipur: A Problem or Prospect, The Sangai Express, Imphal, 29 May 2009.
  74. Agricultural Employment, Production and Income of the Nagas: A Case of Nagaland State, Morung Express, Nagaland, 9 May 2009.
  75. Declining Full-time Employment and its Future Implication in Manipur, The Sangai Express, Imphal, 5-6 April 2009.
  76. Unemployment and Migration among the People from Manipur, Imphal Free Press, Imphal, 10 Feb. 2009.
  77. Spiraling Consumption Expenditure on Education: An Employment Perspective in Manipur, Imphal Free Press, Imphal, 22 Jan. 2009.
  78. Employment and Mobility among the North East People, Khanrin, TKLD, Delhi, Dec 2008-Jan 2009.
  79. Education and Employment Pattern, Souvenir cum Report of 3 Days Seminar cum Workshop on ‘Strategies for Maximizing Educational Opportunities’, TKLD, Delhi, 2007-08.
  80. Patterns and Trends of Employment and Unemployment in Manipur, Khanrin, TKLD, Delhi, Aug-Oct 2006.
  81. The Dynamics of Employment among the Tangkhul Nagas, Khanrin, TKLD, Delhi, Oct-Dec 2005.
  82. Agrarian Economy of Ukhrul: A Critical Appraisal, Khanrin, TKLD, Delhi, Jun-Aug 2005.
  83. Climbing the Ladder of Education: An Employment Perspective, Khanrin, TKLD, Delhi, Dec 2004-Feb 2005.
  84. Population Growth and Its By-product, Khanrin, Delhi, Sep-Nov 2004.
  85. Poor Alternative, Economic Times, New Delhi, June 28, 2004.
  86. Population Scenario and Delimitation in Manipur State (Co authored), Imphal Free Press, Imphal, May 20-27th, 2004.
  87. Ukhrul: Socio-economic Profile, Khanrin, TKLD, Delhi, 2003.
  88. Manipur: No Sana-Leipak (Golden Land), North East Sun, October 1-14, 2003.
  89. No Financial Discipline, North East Sun, February 15-28, 2002.

Teaching/Research Experiences

  • January 2010 – April 2012: Assistant Professor (cum Associate Fellow) in the Department of Economic Studies and Planning, Sikkim University, Sikkim.

  • September – December 2009: Senior Research Fellow, Sikkim University, Sikkim.

  • October 2003 – April 2004: Research Associate (Data Analyst), Institute for Human Development, New Delhi.

Marchang R., Livelihood Uncertainty, Challenges and Strategies among Reverse North-East Migrants during Covid-19 Pandemic, Sponsored by ISEC.

Recent Research Projects Completed
  • Marchang R. (Jan. 2020), North-East Migrants in Bangalore: Employability Issues, Challenges and Prospects, Sponsored by ISEC.

  • Marchang, R. (2016), Impact of Education and Employment on the Economy of Scheduled Tribes in North East India, Sponsored by ICSSR.

  • Reimeingam Marchang (2014), Manipur’s Acculturation to Korean, Sponsored by Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore.
  • Member, “Mid Term Appraisal 11th Five Year Plan of Mizoram”, Planning Commission, Government of India, New Delhi, 2010.
  • Consultant, “Mid Term Appraisal 11th Five Year Plan of Sikkim”, Planning Commission, Government of India, New Delhi, 2010
  • Member, “Manipur State Development Report”, Planning Commission, Government of India, July 2006, (www.manipur.nic.in/planning/DraftMSDR/Draft_SDR_pdf/).
  • Assisted in finalizing the report on “Water Policy for Drought Proofing Chhattisgarh”, Planning Commission, Government of India, December 2002, (planningcommission.nic.in/reports/sereport/ser/water_policy/1_akcont.pdf).
Professional Recognitions, Awards, Fellowships Received
  • Awarded Special Fellowship, JNU

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