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CO -O PER ATIVE

ED UCA TIO N A ND
TRAIN ING
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MAN AGEME NT
STR ATE GY
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EDUCATIVE THINKS TWICE
BEFORE ANY ACTION TO
ACHIEVE SELF SATISFACTION
ON EVERY ACTION2
ACHIEVEMENT IN EXPRESSION

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LITE RATE SH OUL D
THI NK TWI CE
BEF ORE SPEAK ,
WRI TE AND RE AD 4
THOUGHTS GATHERING IN CO-
OPERATORS BECAME GREAT
SUCCESS IN EVERY ACTION5
SELF MOTIVATION – STRENGTH OF
PRACTICAL KARMA
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IMPORTED MOTIVATION -
STRENGTH OF
CONVENTIONAL KARMA

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PROCURING
BRIGHT FUTURE
WITH
COOPERATIVE
EDUCATION AND
TRAINING

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PROFESSIONAL COOPERATORS
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PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT EDUCATION AND
TRAINING IN DIFFERENT SECTORS
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CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION
AND
TRAINING IN INDIA
(National Cooperative union of India)
(National Council for Cooperative Training)
NEW DELHI

Entered into Professional Degree Programmes


Like
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MBA, MCA and Phd.
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National Coop.Union of India
(Apex Organization of the Indian Coop. Management
Established in the year 1929
National Centre for National Council for
Coop.Education Coop. Training
V.M.National Institute of
State Coop. Unions (27) Coop. Management
Regional Institute of
District Coop.Unions (264)
Coop. Management (5)
Institute of Coop. Management(14)
Junior Coop. Training
Centres (90)
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 NATIONAL COOPERATIVE UNION OF INDIA:-
Cooperative Education and Training
Promoting and strengthening the Cooperatives
Inter-national Cooperative relations
Publicity, Publications and Public Relations
Development of Cooperative Information Network
Explore the possibility to extend the need for professional Management
through providing Master’s. Degree such as MBA, MCA, Phd. In affiliation
with Regional Universities.
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Explore the possibility to extent the need for Cooperative University in India
 NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR CO-OPERATIVE
TRAINING

 Open the Door for Research in Cooperation

 Formulate policies and plans relating to Cooperative Training

 Facilitate planning and designing of training programmes


through RICM’s/ICM’s for Cooperatives in India and abroad

 Academic guidance to Junior Cooperative Training Centre in


India
 Liaison with Government, Universities, RBI, NABARD,
NCDC, UGC and International Cooperative Organization.
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 VAIKUNTH MEHTA NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF
CO-OPERATIVE MANAGEMNT :-

 Caters to Management Development Training and need of


Senior/ key personnel in Cooperatives in India and abroad.
 Under take Research and Consultancy
 Publications and Public Relations
 Explore the possibilities of need for extending Information
Technology among Cooperatives in India.

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 REGIONAL AND STATE-WISE INSTITUTE OF
COOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT :-

 Caters to the Management / Development Training needs to


Cooperatives.
 Produce the professional Managers by providing Masters’
Degrees for Cooperative Sector and other Sector in affiliation
with Universities.
 Provide Automation to Cooperatives through Software Packages.

 Provide Opportunities for Research and Consultancy to


Cooperatives.
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 STATE COOPERATIVE UNIONS/ DISTRICT
COOPERATIVE UNIONS

 Junior level Coop. Training and Education to impart to


Cooperatives.

 Promote Inter-Cooperative relationship.

 Publicity and Publications.

 Guide and assists in organizing Cooperatives.

 Under take education and Training activities


 Provide support to Junior Training Centres for imparting
training and education to Junior personnel in Cooperatives. .
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PUBLICATION
 Population of India by 2001 Census : 102,70,50,247

 Male (Million) : 531.277 51.72%

 Female (Million) : 495.738 48.28%

WORKERS
 Total Manpower Utilization : 402.5 (Million)
 Agriculture Manpower Force : 58.4%
 Other Manpower Force : 41.6% 19
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA (T1) – in Million hec
 Land Utilization Area : 304.89
 Cultivated Area : 189.54
 Irrigated Area (gross) : 73.28
 Area Under Forest : 68.75

VILLAGES AND INFRASTRUCTURE


FACILITIES 2000 -2002
 Total No. of Villages : 6,32,862
 % of Population below Poverty line : 26.10%
 No. of Houses (000) : 191,963 20
 Villages Electrified : 508.065
 % of habitations having water supply (dully) : 91.06%
 No. of Village Panchayats : 232,278
 No. of Block Panchayats : 6,022
 No. of District Panchayats : 535

LITERACY RATE
 In the Age Group 2001 By 2006
 7 Years above : 75% 90%
 15 – 35 : 90% 100%
 Male : 75.85% NA
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 Female : 54.61% NA
GROWTH RATE

Current By 2006
 Birth Rate (000) : 26.1 21.7
 Death Rate (000) : 8.7 7.4
 Fertility Rate (000) : 113 91.4

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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
(Recognized)
2002 - 2003
 No.of Primary School : 6,42,695
 No. of Middle School : 2,09,554
 No.of SSC/Higher Secondary : 1,25,367
 No.of Higher Education (College) : 10,962
 No.of General Education College : 28,361
 No.of Professional Education Institutions : 28,361
 No.of Institution of Coop. Management : 20
 No.of Universities : 261 23
Indian Co opera tive
Ma nagement AT A
GLANC E (2002-2 003)
 No. of Cooperatives (All level) :
549,119
 Primary Agricultural and Credit

(All Types) : 145,928


 Primary Non-Credit (All Types) : 399,934
 Membership of Cooperatives (All Level
J.P.S ) : 229.510(M)
 In PACS : 150.553(M)
 In PN.CS : 64.827(M)
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 Share Capital (All Levels & all Types)
: Rs.223,944.00
• In PACS : Rs. 1,02,791.80
• In PN.CS : Rs.56,655.50
• Government Participation in PACS : 5.76%

Working Capital (Credit +Non-credit)


: Rs.3,827,496.40
Reserves : Rs.1975,633.10
No.of National Level Coop. : 19
No. of State level : 367
No. of District Level Coop.Fed. : 2890
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SH ARE OF
CO OPER ATVES IN
NAT IO NAL ECO NO MY -
Rural Network (Village Covered ) - 100%
Agricultural Credit Disbursed by Coop. - 42.8%
Fertilizer Disbursed (6.049MT) - 36.17
Fertilizer Production 3.509 MT-NJP Nutrient
- 25.0%
Sugar Produced (10.164 MT) - 50.5%
Capacity Utilization of Sugar Mills - 99.8%
Wheat Procurement (6.926MT) - 33.5%
Animal feed Production/Supply - 50%
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 Retail Fair Price shops (Rural+Urban) – 20.3%
 Milk procurement to total production - 7.44%
 Milk procurement to Market Surplus - 10.5%
 Ice – Cream Manufacture - 45%
 Oil Market (branded) - 50%
 Spindleadge in coops.(3.474m) - 9.7%
 Handlooms in Coops. - 54.0%
 Fishermen in Cooperatives (Active) - 21.0%
 Storage facility (Village level PACS) - 64.5%
 Rubber procured and Marketed - 18.5%

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 Arecanut Processed and Marketed - 15%
 Direct Employment Generated - 1.15(m)
 Self Employment Generated for person -

14.79(m)
 Salt Manufactured (18266MT) - 7.6%

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APEX NAT IO NAL
LEVE L
COO PER ATI VES
 NCUI – National Cooperative Union of India
 Apex promotional Organization of Indian

Cooperative Movement
 Established in the year 1929

 NAFED- NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL

FEDERATION
 A National Level Federation of Agricultural

Marketing Cooperatives

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 Established in 1958
 Marketing in the country and exports

 Processing . Coordinate Member


Societies in Promotion of internal trade.
 NCCF – National Cooperative
Consumer Federation
 A National Federation of Consumer
Cooperatives.
 Established in 1965

 To Act as spokesman of the consumer


Cooperative Movement
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 To procure and marketing of Agri.
Commodities such as pulses,
foodgrains, sugar,tea and also
manufactured items of daily use.
 Appointed by Central Govt. as the

Nodal Agency for Execution of the


“SARVPRIYA” scheme for distribution
of identified selected essential goods.

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 NAFSCOB – National Federation of
State Cooperative Banks
 A National Federation of Agri.
Production Credit Cooperatives.
 Established in 1964

 Provides Common Forum to the


Members Banks.
 Promotes and protects the interest of
the Member Banks.
 Co-ordinate and liaison with Govt. of
India, RBI, National Bank and others.
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 NCARDBF – National Cooperative Agri.
And Rural Development Banks
Federation

 A National Federation of Agri. Investment


Credit Cooperatives.
 Established in 1960

 Coordinating the lending and resource

mobilization programmes of SCARDBs at


National Level

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 IFFCO – Indian Farmers Fertilizers
Cooperatives Ltd.

 A multi state Cooperative Society


engaged in production and Marketing
Fertilizers.
 Established in 1967

 Augmenting Fertilizer Production.

 Strengthening Cooperative Fertilizer

distribution system.
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 KRIBHCO – Krishak Bharathi
Cooperatives Ltd.
 A multi unit Cooperative Society

Manufacturing Fertilizer
 Established in 1980

 Production of Chemical Fertilizer and

Bio-Fertilizer
 Production and distribution of seeds

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 TRIFED –Tribal Cooperative Marketing
Development Federation of India
 A National Level Cooperative Federation
responsible for marketing development of
tribal produces and handicrafts.
 Established in 1987
 Marketing research and study for selected
tribal products.
 R & D for tribal products
 Marketing of Herbal Medicines and cosmetics

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 NCHF – National Cooperative
Housing Federation
 A National Federation of Housing

Coops.
 Established in 1969

 Procure and Supply of building material

 To facilitate construction of Houses for

the people of low income group


 To speed up various sanctions and

requirements a single window system


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 NCDF – National Cooperative Dairy
Federation

 A National Level Federation for Dairy


Cooperatives
 Established in 1970

 Advocacy with National / International

bodies to promote dairying in the


country on Cooperatives.

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 NAFCUB – National Federation of
Urban Cooperative Banks and Credit
Society Ltd.

 An Apex Promotional Organization of


UCB and Credit Societies.
 Established in 1977

 Promotion and Strengthening of Urban

Cooperative Credit Sector


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 NFLC – National Federation of
Labour Cooperatives

 A National Federation of Labour


Cooperatives.
 Established in 1981

 To organize primary labour contracts

and forest labour coops.


 Supply tools, implements and

machinery
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 FISHCOPFED – National Federation
of Fishermen’s Coops. Ltd.

 A National Federation of Fishermen’s


Coops
 Established in 1980

 Arrange supply of Fisheries inputs and

equipments
 Transfer Technology to Fishermen

through Coops.
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 NACMFI – National Agri.Cooperative
Marketing Federation of India
 Marketing of Agri. Produce in the country and
exports
 Processing of Agri. Produce & procurement

 NTGCF – National Tree Growers


Cooperative Federation
 Creation of Common property forests that are
diverse, ecologically sound, and which cater
to the range of survival needs.

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 A unique venture
undertaken by ICM
Trivandrum in the field
of Information
Technology
 This Software package
exclusively designed
and developed for the
Financial Management
of Cooperative Banks/
Societies .

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PACSOFT – 2000
FEATURES
 Financial Management Automation.
 Paperless movement of transactions.

 Automatic day today updation in each


level of flow of transactions.
 Automation in lending/ loan
management in various terms of
loans.
 Automation in borrowings / investment
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PACSOFT – 2000
OBJECTIVES
 To equip the Co-op.Bank/Societies in self discipline on
Financial Management with 100% accuracy.
 A utility for management of customer relation.
 To easy access in branch banking management .
 A utility for system management, time management and
manpower management.
 A utility to help the strategic management for easy and quick
decision making.
 A utility to support the strategic management for development
activities.

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 Successful installation completed : 37
Service Cooperative Banks.
 Installation in progress :44 Service

Cooperative Banks
 Demand as per market analysis : 35

Service Cooperative Banks

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Under the aegis of National Cooperative
Union of India, New Delhi
The National Cooperative Union of India is an
Apex Cooperative Organization representing the
entire Cooperative movement has started a
Cooperative Education Field Project for SC/ST
Cooperatives at Trivandrum on 1st November 1999.
The office is functioning at Institute of Cooperative
Management Poojapura, Thiruvananthapuram. 47
CEFP – FOR SC/ST
COO PS.


OBJECTIVES :

 To develop and promote SC/ST


Cooperative Societies in Project areas.
 To increase the productivity of farmer
members through the SC/ST Coops.
 To improve the Socio-economic conditions
of SC/ST farmers and others.

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