This work presents the assessment of multiple intelligences among the secondary students in and around Kohima town which is the capital of Nagaland. The samples were collected from five different schools both private and public school. There is equal representation of the samples drawn from both the sectors. The total sample was 125 with 62 male and 63 female students from secondary students. The data were analyzed with percentage analysis, mean percent, standard deviation, Pearson Coefficient of Correlation and T-test for hypotheses testing. It is found out from the hypothesis testing that there is no significance difference of multiple intelligence between boys and girls and between private and government schools. However, there is a positive correlation between the academic achievement and the multiple intelligence score. The dominant score of multiple intelligences for boys is interpersonal relation and for girls it is intra-personal relation. Therefore, the study highlights, the dominant multiple intelligences of boys and girls. It is interesting to note that mathematical intelligence score is least for both boys and girls.