Phytosociological methods often involve the quantitative estimation of various parameters like cover, abundance, frequency etc. (Palmer, 2002). Present studies was carried out on the Kakul hills during the month April to October in 2013 the elevation range of the study area is 1310-2410m from the sea level. The studied was carried randomly by using quadrates of 10m×2m for trees, 5m × 2m for shrubs and 0.5m × 0.5m for herbaceous plants. Density, Frequency and Cover of each species in different stands was recognized. The data is arranging in the tabular form and get important value index of each species. The communities are established and named after the three dominant species.