This is two credit hour course and designed to introduce the non-wood uses of forests for sustainable forest resource management based on multiple uses of forests. Objective of the course is to get clear understanding about the uses of non-wood forest products.
INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students will be well aware about the non-wood products of the forest and how to use on the commercial level.
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Sessional marks: 08
Mid exam marks: 12
Final exam marks: 20