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Cooperative

Environment

Paramjit Sharma
Three Steps Approach Cooperative
Environment

Ways & Means


Of Supportive Env
Environment-
Creating
Support
Clarity In
Cooperative
Perception Paramjit Sharma
Cooperatives-3 perceptions

Cooperative
As Socialist Environment
Cooperatives
As a Special form of Business

As a third sector of Economy

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Socialist Type of Coop Society

Cooperative
Environment
Instrument of the state

What cant be Nationalized is cooperativesed

To implement state economic plans

Educate members in socialist way of living


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Coop As Self Help Organisation

An enterprise
Cooperative
Professionals Environment
Face competition
Serving owners
Economies of Scale
Scope
Time
Team work
Net working
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Coop As Third Sector Of Economy

Cooperative
Environment

•Different enterprise

•Social Economy

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Coops are Of Interest
Development
Because of Their
Policy
Ability

Cooperative
To mobilize Local Resources Environment
For Local Development
Reach Disadvantaged Group
Govt
 Chance To Improve Through
Joint Effort
Support

Reduce
Social, Economic & Political
Tension
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What Lead People To Form Coops

Socio Economic Cooperative


Hardship Environment
No alternative
Except working
Together
Period of
Rapid Change

New Knowledge Be
Obsolete
Acquired & Applied
Knowledge In Group
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Why People Resist Formation Of Coops

Alternative to
Self-Help
Exist Cooperative
Environment

High level of
Fair
Competition
Motivation To
Form Coop Is
Restricted
Effective Social
Security System

Generous
Employment
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Limits for
Creating
Env for Coop
Development
Cooperative
Environment
If
Can
Cooperatives are offered Encourage
Incentives,Exemptions
Tax benefits, &
Other advantages
Misuse By
False
Cooperatives
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Limits of Coop Model

Cooperative
Misconception- Environment
formed for Poor

Poor Cant Benefit


unless Participate

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Three Steps Approach Cooperative
Environment

Cooperative
Environment-
Creating
Support

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Prevailing
Conditions Current
Environment Cooperative
Institutions Environment

Values Globalization Which


Disseminate………..
•Knowledge
Rules &
•Democracy
Values
•Human Rights
•Technology
Groups
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POLITICAL SOCIAL
Cooperative
Environment

LEGAL ECONOMIC DEMOG’IC

ECOLOGY TECHNO

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Transformation Political
Environment
Structural
Adjustments
SH COOPS
Cooperative
Environment
State Withdrawal SUCCEED
COOPS NOT
Privatization Of STATE DEV. TOOL
PSU’S
COOPS FEEL PRIVATE INITIATIVES
ENCOURGED
ABANODONED

MORE SCOPE FOR


COOPS SURVIVAL Paramjit Sharma PRIVATE BUSINESS
Cooperative
Globalization Bring Mobility of Environment

IDEAS
CAPITAL
LABOUR
M & A
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SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT

Free
Access Cooperative
Environment
Markets
Capital
Support
Services
Training
Information
Integration
Networking
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DEMOGRAPHIC
ENVIRONMENT
Different
NORTH Trends SOUTH
Industrialized Agricultural
Cooperative
Environment

•Ageing Over Population


•Shrinking Population Epidemics
Population Pressure
•Low Birth Rate
Scarce Land
•Inc.life Exp
Deforestation
•Single House Holds Water Shortage
•Role of Women Migration
•Supporting Society Living conditions
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TECHNOLOGICAL
ENVIRONMENT

Industrial To Information
Cooperative
Environment

Communication Technologies

Net Working-internet

Affecting Labour Intensive Jobs

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ECOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
Trends

GLOBAL WARMING Cooperative


Environment
NATURAL DISASTERS
DIM. WATER RESOURCES
THREAT OF BIO-DIVERSITY
Mechanised Agri Prod.
Mono-Culture
Chemical Fert.
Herbicides
Pesticides

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ECOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
Threats

Cooperative
Prod. Of contaminated food Environment

Depletion of fossil energies

New Tech. Of using Water

Preservation Of Energy Areas In Which


Coops Can Be
Formed &
Supported
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Three Steps Approach Cooperative
Environment
Ways & Means
Of Supportive
Environment for
Cooperatives

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SOCIO-ECONOMIC MODELS CAN
SUCCEED POVIDED….

Convincing & Replicable Models Cooperative


Environment
Meet Needs –
Cant met Otherwise(Credit Union)

Information of model offered by Dev.


Agencies

Group Interested-Access To advise &


Support

Official Recognition /Registration


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Steps For Creating Support

Cooperative
RESEARCH Environment
Analysis of EXISTING VENTURES
 REPLICABLE MODELS
CONCEPT CLARITY-policy makers
PARTICIPATIVE
Legislation
Regulation

Creating
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Supportive
Environment
Production of Study materials on How to
Form & Run Cooperatives
Cooperative
Agricultural Cooperatives Environment
Supply & Mktg.Cooperatives
Thrift & Credit
Consumers
Medical
Educational Services
Bio-Farming
Social Solidarity
Prudent Use of Water
Regenerative Energies
Local Development…… Creating
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Supportive
Environment
THIS WOULD ENABLE
Clarifying Concept of Cooperatives
To Members, Planners,Policy makers…..
Cooperative
Environment
Designing Mgt.Methods &
Standards For Cooperatives

Preparing Legal Frame Work

Propagating Coop Value Systems Creating


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Supportive
Environment
Why Must
The
Coop Be
Supported Cooperative
Week Primaries Environment
Role In Development
Created Welfare, Emp.
& Business Opportunities
Promote Social Justice….
Democratic Set Up &
Community Building

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The Best
Form Of
Government
Support
Cooperative
Organisation Environment
to take Over Co
nsequ
The Role Of enc
Government e
Role Of Govt
Becomes Smaller

ss
Organisation & Pro c e
Functions In

Of Cooperatives
Will Be Extended Paramjit Sharma
Cooperative
Environment

Thanks

Paramjit Sharma