The dissertation work entitle, "An Assessment of Reducing Emissions through Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD)+ in context of Community Managinng Forests, Western Nepal (a case from Gorkha district", is my own original work except referred. Promotion of carbon conservation, sustainable forest management and carbon enhancement are the additional requirements of REDD+ to Reduce Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) in developing countries recognized in the Copenhagen Accord (COP 15) of December 2009. Baseline information and preparedness for REDD+ are the basic steps of mitigation and adaptation measures of global climate change. For Community Forests to be considered in the new climatic agreement under REDD+, it is essential to examine whether CFs could be moulded as per the pre-requisite in the REDD+ context. Therefore, I have examined the present carbon stock, enhancement scenarios, potentiality to manage forest sustainably, and comparison of plantation and naturally regenerated forest in REDD+ con different forests. This work is not a completed output and solution of the REDD+ mechanism but a priliminary guide forward to REDD+.