Manipur literally meaning “A jewelled land” nestle deep within a lush green corner of North East India, with the city of Imphal as its capital. Manipur is sometimes referred to, by alternative names such as Kangleipak or Sanaleibak. It is bounded by Nagaland to the north, Mizoram to the south, and Assam to the west; Burma lies to its east. This State is a geographically unique position, since it virtually is the the melting point between India and South-East Asia. The hill covers about 9/10 of total area of the state. The hill ranges are higher on the north and gradually diminish in height towards the south. Manipur has primarily an agrarian economy, with significant hydroelectric power generation potential. It is connected to other areas by daily flights through Imphal airport, the second largest airport in north-eastern India. The Handloom industry is by far the largest and most important cottage industry in Manipur. It improves the socio-economic conditions of handloom weavers and attained high degree of excellence. As per the 3rd National Handloom Census of Weavers and Allied Workers 2010 conducted by the National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER), Manipur has topped in distribution of handloom workers household sharing. The various festivals of Manipur are Lui-ngai-ni Ningol Chakouba, Yaoshang, Gan-ngai, Chumpha, Christmas, Cheiraoba, Kang and Heikru Hidongba. Most of these festivals are usually celebrated on the basis of lunar calendar. Almost every festival celebrated in other states of India is observed here and it makes Manipur a mini metropolis. Get latest government jobs in Manipur on Naukri Nama. Grap at earliest all Manipur Govt Jobs 2017 – MPSC Exams 2017, Recruitment, Syllabus, Results, also including MPSC, recruitment exams, jobs, syllabus, results, 10th and 12th pass jobs in Manipur. Apply online now.