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Co operative society by arc

  1. 1. OC PROJECT Co-operative societies
  2. 2. INDEX………..WHAT IS A CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY???????MEANING AND DEFINITIONQUICK GLANCE ON THE TEXT BOOK NOTESADDITIONAL INFO.TYPESIMAGESQUESTIONS PLEASE……CONCLUSION
  3. 3. ???????????????????????????????WHAT IS A CO- OPERATIVE SOCIETY
  4. 4. MEANING AND DEFINITIONWHENEVER PEOPLE ACHIEVE A GOAL BYWORKING TOGETHER, MUTUALLY, THEY ARESAID TO BE WORKING IN CO-OPERATIONEVIDENT FROM THE WORD ABOVE……CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES ARE FORMED BYPEOPLE WORKINGTOGETHER FOR A COMMON GOAL.
  5. 5. MEANING AND DEFINITIONAS PER THE INDIAN CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIESACT 1912, SEC. 4(C) “A SOCIETY WHICH HAS ITSOBJECTIVES OF PROMOTION OFECONOMIC INTEREST OF ITS MEMBERSIN ACCORDANCE WITH CO-OPERATIVEPRINCIPLES’
  6. 6. A MEETING
  7. 7. Co-operative societiesAny group of persons can form a co-operative soceityBut they have to act jointly for the benefit of others inbrotherhood.All societies must be formed under co-operativesocieties act1912Formation of such a society requires minimum 10personsThere is no limit on membership…
  8. 8. Co-operative societiesThe organization is a legal organization.Itthe members must have a common goal to serve eachother.They have to contribute capital in the form of sharecapital by purchasing the shares of the society.This procedure is adopted to collect capital forthemselves.
  9. 9. co operative societies12108 VILLAGES6 CITIES420 1955 1975 1995 2011
  10. 10. Co-operative societiesAs the members are large in number they cannoteffectively look after the management of the firm alltogether.In order to manage the firm they create a“MANAGING COMMITEE”.They take important decisions about management.All the decisions are made after consulting the membersin a general meeting respectively
  11. 11. Co-operative owned shops.
  12. 12. Co-operative societiesGenerally a constitution is wedded to the society forplacing internal rules regarding the working of thebusiness firm.It is a part of the government policy to encourage theformation of such societies.Several subsidies and allowances are thus given to thefirm as and when there is any decision taken.
  13. 13. co operative societies
  14. 14. OUTSIDE THE ,”REGISTRAR OF CO- OPERATIVE SOCIETIES”.
  15. 15. co operative societiesTypes……….Co-operative banksCo-operative housing societyCo-operative storesCo-operative organizations.
  16. 16. Co-operative banks are formed on a co-operative basisThey are not formed with a profit earning motiveThey provide loans to farmersAt cheap and subsidized rates to the publicFollowing are a few co-operative banks in our Nashik district
  17. 17. co operative societiesTHE SHAMRAO VITTHAL CO-OPERATIVE BANKGODAVARI URBAN CO-OPERATIVE BANK LIMITEDVYAPARI BANKNASHIK ROAD DEOLALI VYAPARI CO-OPERATIVEBANK LIMITED.THE NASHIK MERCHANTS BANK LIMITEDAND MORE………….
  18. 18. co operative societies VISHWAS CO- OPERATIVE BANK BANK
  19. 19. MEETING- A CLIP ART…….WHERE PEOPLE JOINTLY COME TO THESOLLUTIONS FOR A CRISIS IN AN ORGANISEDMANNNER.
  20. 20. CO-OPERATIVE MOVEMENTSIN ORDER TO PROMOTE CO-OPERATIVESOCIETIES IN AN AREA , GENERALLY CO-OPERATIVE MOVEMENTS ARE UNDERTAKEN INMANY STATES OF INDIA IN ORDER TOPROMOTE THIS TYPE OF SOCIETIES.ONE SUCH GREAT MOVEMENT IS THE” CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES MOVEMENT „, INNAGALAND –(EAST INDIA)
  21. 21. NAGALAND’S MOSTPREFERED.
  22. 22. STORESLIKE A FIRM THERE ARE ALSO CO-OPERATIVESTORE WHO WORK ON A CO-OPERATIVE BASISTHEIR MAIN AIM IS TO PROVIDE SERVICE TO THE SOCIETYTHEY HAVE THE MOTTO OF SERVICE BEFORE SELFTHEY ALSO FOLLOW “ONE FOR ALL, AND ALL FOR EACH‟. THEY TEND TO CREATE A FEELING OFBROTHERHOOD IN THE SOCIETY AND NATION
  23. 23. STORES
  24. 24. STORE
  25. 25. HOUSING SOCIETIES
  26. 26. HOUSING SOCIETIES
  27. 27. HOUSING SOCIETIES9 This chart shows87 us the rise of65 housing societies43 in the states2 capital10 cities, towns, villa ges, etc
  28. 28. A CO-OPERATIVE CLOTH MANUFACTURING FIRM.
  29. 29. HDFC BANK- A CORPORATE BANK-PROFIT EARNING MOTIVE
  30. 30. Questions please?????????How?Why?When?What?AndAny thing in general…………………………………..
  31. 31. SummaryWHENEVER PEOPLE ACHIEVE A GOAL BY WORKINGTOGETHER, MUTUALLY, THEY ARE SAID TO BEWORKING IN CO-OPERATIONEVIDENT FROM THE WORD ABOVE……CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES ARE FORMED BY PEOPLEWORKING TOGETHER FOR A COMMON GOAL.SEC. 4(C) “A SOCIETY WHICH HAS ITS OBJECTIVESOF PROMOTION OF ECONOMIC INTEREST OF ITSMEMBERS IN ACCORDANCE WITH CO-OPERATIVEPRINCIPLES

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