SOCIAL FORESTRY - A CASE STUDY OF THE DISTRICT OF NORTH 24-PARGANAS IN WEST BENGAL
Keywords:Social Forestry, Revenue And Economic Development, Employment Opportunities, Increase National Growth, Industry Explore
Social Forestry now become a common work for all government in all civilized country. Its effects found not only on human being but also on every section of the society. Government should take necessary actions to do success social forestry programme. This programme not only provide food,fodder, shelter for people but also a bulk amount of revenue to the government. Social forestry also effects on the climatic condition of the local area. Social forestry boost up the socio-economic condition of the country. It has great impact on national and international status. People play an important role to success social forestry.
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