a forest area protected by the gov.is called ?

0 85 Views | Posted 2011-09-17 18:50:38
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    Suni K | Guide-Level 14

    2011-09-19 15:17:59
    India has the following kinds of protected areas, in the sense of the word designated by International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN)
    National Park
    National Parks (IUCN Category II): India's first National Park was Hailey National Park, now Jim Corbett National Park, established in 1935. By 1970, India had 5 National Parks; today it has over 90.
    Animal Sanctuary
    Animal Sanctuary (IUCN Category IV): India has over 500 animal sanctuaries, referred to as Wildlife Sanctuaries. Among these, the 28 Tiger Reserves are governed by Project Tiger, and are of special significance in the conservation of the tiger. Some w
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-19 15:01:50
    Hi Archana,
    Firstly, as correctly mentioned by Vikas Naidu it is not a relevant question to be posted on shiksha as this site is an education portal which offers information related to courses, colleges, career etc.
    The forest area protected by govt is usually referred as a forestry or a protected forests.
    All the Best!
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    Vikas Naidu | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-09-17 19:40:01
    Dear Archana This is not the right spot to ask these kind of query. Ask ur career related question here.

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