Educational qualification:

  • MA (Nagaland University)
  • PhD, (Assam University, Silchar)
  • Specialization: Modern India & History of North East India.

 

Course Engagements:

  • MA : Social & Political History of the Nagas.

          History of Christianity in North East India.

          Government & Politics of North East India since 1947.

  • BA : Political History of the Nagas.

         History of Europe.

         Modern World.

 

Others:

  • Coordinator, IQAC 
  • Member, Research and Development Cell
  • Member, Board of Studies in History, St. Joseph University, Sovima, Dimapur 
  • Former Head of Department 
  • Former Vice Principal
  • Former Member of Board of UG Studies, Nagaland University

Published Work:

  • Ngullie, Adani. (2013) Status of Women in Naga Society, in Sinha, Harendra. Sinha, Sanjay, (Ed) Women in North East India, Status, Empowerment and Development Perspectives. ISBN 978-818370-354-3. Pp.74-81.
  • Ngullie, Adani. (2019). The Multicultural Study of Various Experiments of Pedagogical Application of Ethnomathematics in Teaching of Mathemathics to Tribal Students, in proceedings of NAAC Sponsored National Seminar, organized by Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Unity College, Dimapur. ISBN 978-93-87837-27-0. Pp.102-114.
  • Ngullie, Adani. (2021). American Baptist Women Missionaries and female Education among the Lothas. In Lotha Women in the 21st Century, Celebrating Progress. Advocating Gender Equality (ed) Eyingbeni Humtsoe-Nienu, A. Abeni Patton, Mhabeni W. (ed ISBN 978-81662-49-6. 
  • Ngullie, Adani (2021).  Lotha Naga Women: Marriage, Divorce, and Inheritance in The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Annual Journal of Unity College, Dimapur, Nagaland. ISSN: 2319-9970. Pp. 13-26.
  • Ngullie, Adani (2023). Christianity and Cultural Change among the Lotha Nagas, in Encounters and Interventions Christian Missionaries in Colonial North-East India (ed) Nag, Sajal & Kumar. M. Satish, Manohar Publishers & Distributions, New Delhi, ISBN: 9789391928926.P.p. 37-48.
  • Ngullie, Adani. (2023) Death, Rite of Passage and Beliefs in afterlife of the Ao and the Lotha Nagas. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Mumbai, UGC CARE LIST Approved, Peer Reviewed and Referred Journal, Vol.XCVI, No:06. ISSN:0972-0766.
  • Ngullie, Adani. (2023) Medicine and Faith: Missionaries in Colonial Naga Hills in The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Annual Journal of Unity College, Dimapur, Nagaland. ISSN: 2319-9970. Pp. 11-21.

 

Published Book:

  • Ngullie, Adani. (2014). Christianization and Empowerment of Lotha Naga Women in North East India, Astral International Pvt.Ltd. New Delhi,  ISBN 978-93-5130-218-6.

 

Paper Presented:

  • Titled “Christian Missionaries and the Changes brought to Lotha Naga Women” at ICHR Sponsored National Seminar on History and Culture of North East India, organized by the Department of History, Assam University, Diphu Campus. 24th-26th February, 2011.
  • Titled “Medical Missions in Colonial Naga Hills,” at National Seminar on Medical History of North East India, organized by the Department of History, Assam University, Diphu Campus. 27th-28th September, 2011.
  • Titled “Lotha Naga Women: Marriage, Divorce and Inheritance,” at ICSSR Sponsored Two Day National Seminar on Concept of Property in Naga Customary Tradition, organized by Immanuel College, Dimapur. 20th– 21st September 2019.
  • Titled “The Multicultural Study of Various Experiments of Pedagogical Application of Ethnomathematics in Teaching of Mathemathics to Tribal Students, in proceedings of NAAC Sponsored National Seminar, organized by Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Unity College, Dimapur, 21s &22nd November, 2019.
  • Titled “Cross-cultural encounters and the making of heroes and heroines in colonial narratives” Two Day ICSSR-Sponsored National Seminar, 8th-9th December, 2022, organized by the Department of History, Unity College.

 

Research Project:

  • Completed UGC Minor Research Project on “Continuity of Lotha Naga Marriage Culture in Contemporary Naga Society” in 2017. 

Faculty Induction Program/Orientation/Refresher Courses:

  • Orientation course at UGC-HRDC, North Eastern Hills University, Shillong, from 24th June-14th July 2019.
  • Refresher Course at UGC-HRDC, North Eastern Hills University, Shillong, from 5th October-18th October 2020 (Online Mode).

Faculty Development programs (FDP):

  • Three Day Online Workshop on “Online Course Design, Development and Delivery,” organized by UGC-HRDC, University of Hyderabad, from 11th May-13th May, 2020.
  • Five Day Faculty Program on “New Perspectives in the History of North East India,” organized by Rajiv Gandhi University in collaboration with Institute of Distance Education from 3rd August-7th August 2020.
  • One Week  (Online Mode)Faculty Development Program on “Advanced Pedagogical  Techniques,” from 29th October-5th November 2020, organised by Teaching Learning Centre, Ramanujan College, University of Delhi (Ministry of Human Resource Development, PMMMNMTT).
  • One Week National (Online Mode) Faculty Development Program on “Skills for Next Generation Teachers,” jointly organized by Guru Agad Dev Teaching Learning Centre SGTB, Khalsa College, University of Delhi under the Pandit Mandan Mohan Malviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching (PMMMNMTT) of Ministry of Education (MoE), Jean Monnet Module, Centre for European Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, and Vimala College (Autonomous), Thrissur, from 1st December 2020-7th December 2020.
  • Five Day (Online) Faculty Development Programme on New Perspectives in History of North East India, organized by Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi National University in collaboration with Institute of Distance Education, from 3rd August-7th August, 2020.

Additional Information:

  • Convenor, UGC Sponsored National Seminar on “Reviewing India’s North East: Ethnicity, Environment and Culture,” organized by Department of History, Unity College, Dimapur from 7th -8th September 2015.
  • Co-Convenor, NAAC Sponsored National Seminar on “Teaching, Learning and Evaluation in North East India: Issues and Challenges,’’ organised by IQAC, Unity College, Dimapur, from 21st-22nd November, 2019.
  • Moderator, ICCSR-NERC Sponsored National Seminar on “Religion and Society of North East India: Exploring New Frontiers,” 27th March-28th March 2024, organized by Department of Socilology, Unity College, Dimapur.