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Two separate compilations, “Training Material on West Bengal Financial Rules and Office Procedure” & “Training Material on West Bengal Service Rules” were published. These proved to be extremely useful and generated widespread demand for more copies. This document to put together rules, procedures, practices and executive orders laid down and released from time to time by the Government for running offices at the districts. It will be published shortly as another Monograph under the title, “Collectorate Manual”.
In consequence of the frequent changes which take place in the channel of the principal rivers that intersect the Provinces immediately subject to the Presidency of Fort Willima, and the Shifting of the sands which lie in the beds of those rivers, chars or small islands are often thrown up by alluvion in the midst of the stream or near one of the banks, and large portions of land are carried away by an encroachment of the river on one side, whilst accessions of land are at the same time, or in subse quent years, gained by dereliction of the water on the opposite side; similar instances of
The project aims to develop improved and more secure livelihoods for poor people living on newly accreted coastal islands known locally as chars in the areas of Lakshmipur, Noakhali and Chittagong. This will be achieved through the provision of support for rural livelihoods, legal title to land and climate-resilient infrastructure benefiting about 28,000 households.
On land and natural resource governance, the project aims to improve land record systems and to provide land titles for 20.000 households.
The project aims to improve road infrastructure, build local capacity and expand access to natural resources, technology and markets in five districts of the Haor basin: Netrakona, Habiganj, Brahmanbaria, Kishorganj and Sunamganj benefiting 115,000 households.