Create a world in which everyone is strong, safe, and appreciated.

"The wide-open skies, spaciousness, and tranquility of the countryside symbolized freedom"― Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore

Let us save the Natural ecosystem and live in coexistence with biodiversity of the world

“Strength is Life, Weakness is Death. Expansion is Life, Contraction is Death. Love is Life, Hatred is Death.” ― Swami Vivekananda

About Us

ITSCEED (International Tagore Society for Cultural, Educational, and Environmental Development) is a public charitable trust. At ITSCEED, our goal is to strengthen the interplay of educational, cultural, and environmental factors to improve the socio-ecological conditions.

We work on various Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), such as climate-resilient actions, quality education, socio-economic development of forest dwellers, urban greening, people’s biodiversity register, sustainable harvest of medicinal plants, value addition to non-timber forest
products (NTFPs), poverty and hunger eradication, gender equality, justice, and economic growth, clean water and energy, research, and internships on conservation of biodiversity.

The focus area of our activities embraces
Biodiversity assessment and conservation
Promotion of medicinal plants and their conservation
Climate-resilient livelihoods
Habitat restoration
Culture, Education, and Sustainable Development
Training, awareness, and capacity building on the environment and various sustainable development
goals (SDGs).

Registration No. IV- 1602-00167/2022

Projects

01.

Data Collection and Preparation of Booklets for Dhotrey, Tonglu, North Rajabhatkhawa,
Sevoke, Sursuti, Garpanchkot and Bonie Camp Medicinal Plant Conservation Areas
(MPCAs) in West Bengal.

02.

Socio-economic upliftment of JFMCs through conservation, sustainable collection, value
addition and marketing of medicinal plants in Bankura (North) Division, Bankura, West
Bengal.

03.

Socio-economic upliftment of JFMCs through conservation, sustainable collection, value
addition and marketing of medicinal plants in Panchet Forest Division, Bankura, West
Bengal.

04.

Assessment of Medicinal Plant Diversity of Phalut, Rachila, Panchanai and Bichabhanga
Medicinal Plants Conservation Area (MPCA) In West Bengal, India.

Address - Block A, Saptarshi Building, 46 Boral Main Road, P.O. Garia, Kolkata- 700084