Yadunandan Cooperative Society Trust is a well-organized NGO. The objective of YCST is to spread publicity all over India by becoming a participant in the welfare schemes brought by the Government of India and the State Government for the upliftment of the society. It was established on 8 February 2017. Which is registered under the Indian Trust Act 1882, whose registration number is 984/2017. It is also registered with the Income Tax Department of India, whose PAN number is AAATY5542Y.
Its registered office is at Patna and corporate office is at New Delhi.
The aims and objectives of the organization are as follows:-
* To make Indian farmers and citizens aware of agro-forestry to reduce the effects of global warming and climate change. And to ensure a promising future in the form of income for the bright future of the farming class.
* To make unemployed youth (both male and female) self-reliant by training. and providing employment on honorarium basis in India under YCST maximum
In agroforestry, plants are planted in such a way that there is no impact on the crop and farmers get better benefits.
Our training & working team is directly in touch with the people working in the field. Along with training, it also conducts the counseling of the farmers, so that the farmers can better understand the benefits of agroforestry.
They check the quality of plants. They also remedy that plants grow well and continuously.
Farmers are not only earning dual benefits by adopting agroforestry but also creating a extensive future fund for the future.
Agroforestry is not only beneficial for farmers but also the easiest, cheapest and better way to work out the effects of climate change and global warming.
The organization is going to bring a dairy and animal husbandry scheme soon.
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