New Delhi, 19th April 2023: According to a survey by Rajesh K. Pillania, a professor of strategy at the Management Development Institute in Gurugram, Mizoram has been named the nation’s happiest state.
The research claims that the state, which is the second in India to have 100% literacy, gives pupils an opportunity to advance even in the most trying situations.
“Mizoram’s happiness index is based on six parameters including family relationships, work-related issues, social issues and philanthropy, religion, COVID-19’s effect on happiness, and physical and mental health,” the research stated.
According to Sister Lalrinmawii Khiangte, a teacher at the state-run private school Eben-ezer Boarding School, “The youth of Mizoram are also happy by the social framework of the country. We live in a casteless society, thus parenting has a lot to do with whether or not young people are happy. Additionally, there is less parental pressure to perform well in school.”
According to the report, all Mizo children, regardless of gender, begin working at a young age.
The report stated, “Youth often obtain employment at the age of 16 or 17. No task is deemed too little. There is no prejudice between girls and boys, and this is encouraged.”