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CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES

Presented to: Asst prof. Neha Tamrakar

Presented by: Rahul Roy

SECTORS
PUBLIC SECTOR wherein the State i.e. The Union of India and the respective State Government undertake developments projects which are wholly owned by either the Central Government or the State Government. PRIVATE SECTOR which is a sector where private enterprises are permitted in certain fields of economic activities. CO-OPERATIVE SECTOR which is beautifully blended in between a public sector and the private sector. It has benefits of both the sectors and disadvantages of neither of them.

PRINCIPLES OF CO-OPERATIVE SECTOR


LEGAL STATUS VOLUNTARY ASSOCIATION SELF HELP AND MUTUAL HELP DEMOCRATIC CONTROLS EQUALITY OPEN MEMBERSHIP SOCIAL APPROACH / NO PROFIT MOTIVE PROFITS AND RETURNS TO THE MEMBERS LIMITED INTEREST ON SHARES PERSONAL PARTICIPATION EDUCATIONS AND CO-OPERATION

ACT & RULES APPLICABLE


Co-operative Societies Act under which the same is registered. Co-operative Societies rules made there under Bye-laws approved by the registrar at the time of registration and amendments made from Time to time and approved by the registrar. Notification and Orders

TYPES OF SOCIETIES
Agricultural Marketing Society Consumer Society Co-operative Bank Central Bank Crop Protection Society Farming Society General Society Housing Society Federal Society Irrigation Society Apex Society

PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION OF CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES APPOINTMENT OF CHIEF PROMOTER


NAME RESERVATION BANK ACCOUNT AND DEPOSITS REGISTRATION FEE REGISTRATION PROPOSAL REGISTRATION PROCEDURE REFUSAL OF REGISTRATION APPEALS

IMPACT ON RURAL MARKETING


Nearly 5 lakh Cooperatives are widely spread throughout the country Memberships extent to 67% of rural families 50% are adults Three tier structure Involvement of state government Profit motive for further growth Domestic society are becoming world brand in international market Credit facility in villages

WORLD CLASS BRAND

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