Karbi Anglong district of Assam is one of the most backward district of Assam located in the central part of the state. Inspite of huge natural resources, fertile soil- the district is still lagging behind in over all development. Rugged topography, poor communication facilities, etc are some of the reason behind the poor economic development of the region. Tengkeralangso village is taken as sample village to find out their socio-economic condition of the people of the district. It is found that most of the villagers are agriculturalist in nature and their dependence on forest resources is uncountable. The methodology use for this paper is through personal observation, interviewing the local people and surveying based on questionnaire.