Free Essays on Role Of Cooperative Societies

  1. Cooperatives and Urban Development

    TITLE: COOPERATIVES AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ABSTRACT This paper contributes on the understanding of the cooperative governance and their contribution in urban development agenda. It takes Mamsera Rural Cooperative Society Limited and Karanga LCT SACCOS as the cases in point. The study was done through...

  2. Types of Cooperatives

    Philippine Coconut Farmers Cooperatives Directory 1 BUHAY MAGSASAKA MULTI-PURPOSE COOP.,INC. BRGY. CAMBUGA MULANAY, QUEZON LEONARDA AVERION (0918) 3901321 9/1/03 2 KATUPARAN AGRARIAN REFORM MPC, INC. BRGY. SAN ISIDRO/TUHIAN CATANAUAN, QUEZON DIOSDADO PASTRANA (0918) 3864127 9/5/03 3 NIEVA MULTI...

  3. Cooperative Society

    Objectives/Importance of co-operative society 1. Bringing economic welfare: A cooperative is not just formed to make profits; its objective is to ensure the economic welfare of its members. 2. Creating unity and solidarity: A cooperative is characterized by the strength of its unity. Therefore bringing...

  4. Impact of Applied Agro-Cooperative Credit and Banking on Farmers and Farming

    IMPACT OF APPLIED AGRO-COOPERATIVE CREDIT AND BANKING ON FARMERS AND FARMING People depend for good introduction in Agro-Farming not only on good seeds, good fertilizers, good irrigation and good Agro-technology; but they need also short-term, medium and long term loans to meet their other demands...

  5. Contribution of Community Development Programs of Multi-Purpose Cooperatives in Selected Barangays of San Miguel, Bulacan

    Community Development Programs of Multi-Purpose Cooperatives in selected barangays of San Miguel, Bulacan BRIEF DESCRIPTION The main target of this research is to determine the contribution of Community Development Programs of Multi-Purpose Cooperatives through defining the assets which people needs...

  6. Internship Report: Acknowledgement Preface Transmittal Memorandum Executive Summary

    HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT FUNCTIONS 3.1 Staff Role of the HR department 20 21 22 23 24 25 3.1.1 Policy initiation and formulation 3.1.2 Advice 3.1.3 Service 3.1.4 Control 3.2 Human Resource Department Internship report on the Punjab Provincial Cooperative bank Ltd. 3.2.1 Transfers, promotions,...

  7. Introduction to Cognitive Development

    Vygotsky’s view is that human beings create cultures through the use of tools and symbols. Culture (and in turn society) then dictates what is valuable to learn and how it is learned. Society, then, is the driving force behind cognitive development. Development is related to changes in structure or function...

  8. Comparative Study of Indian & Usa Cooperatives

    CHAPTER – I RESEARCH DESIGN 1.1 Rationale of the study The Cooperative movement in India has its own status, role and impact in the socio-economic development of the country, specially for providing organizational and financial support to give impetus to income generating activities for weaker sections...

  9. National Cranberry Cooperative

    National Cranberry Cooperative Introduction National Cranberry Cooperative (NCC), owned by cranberry growers, is one of the largest cooperative with operations in principal growing areas of North America. The cranberry industry has witnessed two significant trends over the past few years – economic...

  10. Regulation on Microfinance Institutions in Asia

    services, money transfers and insurance) to poor and low income households and their micro-enterprises. Microfinance institutions (MFI)1 now play a key role in the fight against poverty by helping poor households build their income and assets (Zaman 2004). According to the State of MicroCredit Summit Campaign...

  11. Cooperative Learning Group

    Cooperative Learning Groups or Not? Children in cooperative learning groups have consistently shown greater achievement than children who participate in traditional grouping schemes. In Mr. Smith’s situation, he would have to carefully plan steps in order to accomplish the task. Research has...

  12. Cooperative Learning

    cooperative learning Leon Kruset 1. Cooperative learning a. A description of cooperative learning. i. The idea of students working together in small groups, and by working together each student is able to bring each his or her own originality to the task; while also working with...

  13. Goodman, L. E. (2010). Some Moral Minima. the Good Society

    moral requirements. Goodman was right on point with everything she discussed. Some things in this world are just wrong and it doesn’t matter what society you are from. Just take a look at history. One might consider some of the customs cultures have practiced, and may continue to practiced, that one...

  14. Co-Operative Society

    History During the 1960s the cooperative sector in India was responsible for the distribution of 70 percent of the fertilizers consumed in the country. This sector had adequate infrastructure to distribute fertilisers but had no production facilities of its own and hence was dependent on public/private...

  15. Study of Ethical Issues in Adarsh Housing Society Scam

    Adarsh Housing Society Scam. This society is a cooperative society in Mumbai and the scam dates back to February 2002. At that time, a request was made to the then Chief Minister of Maharashtra for allotment of land in Colaba area of Mumbai for the construction of this housing society. Colaba is one...

  16. Three Elements of a Good Employment Relationship

    |Management |Rules of the workplace. | |Distribution of power in society |Government | | Environment: Market/Budgetary Constraints:...

  17. Rural Women, Food Security and Agricultural Cooperatives

    AND AGRICULTURAL COOPERATIVES ----------------------------------------------------------------Daman Prakash, Director ICA-Japan Agricoops Management Training Project for Asia Regardless of the level of development achieved by the respective economies, women play a pivotal role in agriculture and...

  18. Gender Equality - Roles, Responsibilities and Duties

    fact that men and women are created equal. This fact is in the surface of humanity substantiating the essence of all people in the same pedestal of roles and duties. Gandhi says that all are children of one and same God and therefore absolutely equal. It is God’s supremacy which tells people that regardless...

  19. Cooperative Movement in Tripura, India

    COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT IN TRIPURA Cooperatives (except some large ones) are a local institution addressing local needs, employing local talent and led by local leaders. It has immense potential to deliver goods and service, food security and to generate employment generation in the area where both the...

  20. Fate of Microbial Societies

    “Cooperation and the Fate of Microbial Societies” Lifescience.net May 5, 2013 Benjamin Allen and Martin A. Nowak Article word count: 1,748 Review word count: 1054+ The article I chose asks the question of how much cooperation do microbial societies need to have to survive. Microorganisms...

  21. The Amish, Society and Culture

    construction (Labour Job) or someone who has studied and finished a degree is likely to be working in an office or running their own business. Roles and status Roles within the Amish community are largely based on gender. Males provide leadership within the community. Though status in Australian cultural...

  22. Contributions of African Americans to Social Work and Social Welfare

    historical context of Booker T. Washington and the “Movable School”, the accomplishments of this movement, the accomplishments as it contributes to the society, and obstacles this movement faced along the way, and the development of this movement. The historical context of the “Movable School” was an outreach...

  23. BUILDING SOCIAL BUSINESS

    Grameen Bank ................... 7 Youth Social Entrepreneurship..................... 8 International Presence ................................. 9 Role of Technology...................................... 10 Public Opinion............................................. 11 Summary 12   ...

  24. Freire's Education Concept

    in essence freeing the poor from the oppression of ignorance. He worked in the capacity of university director, as well social service advocate. His role as public servant enabled him to connect closely with the urban poor. These experiences set the foundation for him to develop a means of communication...

  25. Role of co-operative bank in rural development

    referred to as primary cooperative banks?play an important role in meeting the growing credit needs of urban and semi-urban areas of the country. UCBs mobilise savings from the middle and lower income groups and purvey credit to small borrowers, including weaker sections of the society. Scheduled UCBs are...

  26. Managerial Analysis and Communication

    resource and increase in area of production. People of the village are resourceful enough which is evident through initiation of lift irrigation cooperative. On the other hand the talati is an experienced man and respected for his competency regarding the various development issues addressed by him in...

  27. Behavioral Management

    reasons for rules and are consistent with implementation of them. This will provide the students with sense of physical and emotional safety and a cooperative learning environment. (CC10K4) At the start of the academic year the students will be active participants in the construction of classroom procedures...

  28. Religion and Society

    RELIGION AND SOCIETY Religion, a universal and pervasive social phenomenon, is part of human’s culture system. There is no known human culture where there is no religion. Archeological evidence shows that religion has been practiced by humans since at least the time of the Neanderthal Man, 125,000...

  29. Cooperative in India

    1. As a trend setter and harbinger of the movement, Madhusudan Das organised the first multifacet cooperative enterprise of the country "The Cuttack Cooperative Store" as early as 1898. 2. The Cuttack Co-operative Store came into existence on 11th June, 1898 with Madhusudan Das as the honorary secretary...

  30. Crime & Society

    a final paper consisting of our understanding of the reading assignments as well as the implications of new knowledge to the subject of crime and society related to three different topics that had been chosen for us. The three topics that I will be addressing in this paper are Crime and It’s Costs,...

  31. BUS 250 Academic Success / snaptutorial.com

    BUS 250 Entire Course For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com BUS 250 Week 1 DQ 1 Business & Society BUS 250 Week 1 DQ 2 Business & Accountability BUS 250 Week 1 Case Study A Brawl in Mickey's Backyard 1 BUS 250 Week 2 Assignment Case Study Alcoa's Core Values in Practice BUS 250 Week...

  32. HIS 415 All Homework - DeVry

    in Doc Sharing. In a paper limited to three pages double-spaced, answer one of the following two questions: 1. In the context of the Vietnamese society as the course has presented it through the online textbook so far, what evaluation can be made about the leadership styles and personal examples of...

  33. Auto Loan System for Cooperatives

    benefit. Tribes were organized as cooperative structures, allocating jobs and resources among each other, only trading with the external communities. Pre-industrial Europe is home to the first cooperatives from an industrial context. In 1761, the Fenwick Weavers' Society was formed in Fenwick, East Ayrshire...

  34. Cloud computing-silver lining for cooperative banks in India

    Cloud computing: Silver lining for cooperative banks "Our customers have increased expectations for better services, particularly in the areas of Internet and mobile banking. New, more sophisticated and intelligent technologies can empower change and create opportunities for our bank to deliver these...

  35. Cooperative Education

    CO EDUCATION Cooperative education is a structured method of combining classroom-based education withpractical work experience. A cooperative education experience, commonly known as a "co-op", provides academic credit for structured job experience. Cooperative education is taking on new importance in...

  36. GED 210 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Unit 3 Examination

    husband’s mother, the post-marital residence pattern is referred to as: • avunculocal • matrilocal • patrilocal • fratrilocal 4. In most tribal societies, rules of descent, marriage, and residence are: • flexible and often subject to lengthy discussion and negotiations • strictly enforced and rarely...

  37. Btsisi Culture

    101 Introduction to Cultural Instructor: July 20, 2011 The Btsisi are considered a horticultural society. Horticultural societies were those that produced food. Unlike the Foraging society who collected wild grains and animals as their first stage of food production, “horticulturalists differ...

  38. Philosophy of Education - Short Essay

    if they are to grow and learn at their best. I believe that every student has the potential to become a positive and supportive individual in our society. As an educator, I will help students develop their ability to become capable individuals. I believe students should be presented with a curriculum...

  39. Macroeconoment

    Marketing acts as an important role in our global environment. Marketing has affected various organizations. First and foremost, marketing costs consume a sizable portion of Buyers’ Dollars. About one-half of a buyer’s dollars goes to pay the costs of marketing. Because marketing expenses consume...

  40. Rethinking the Space of Civil Society in Singapore

    Moving Beyond the OB Markers: Rethinking the Space of Civil Society in Singapore Lenore Lyons James Gomez Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, Volume 20, Number 2, October 2005, pp. 119-131 (Article) Published by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies DOI: 10.1353/soj.2005.0015 For...

  41. The Problem of Cooperative Society in Marketing Agricultural Product in Nnewi Metropolis

    THE PROBLEM OF COOPERATIVE SOCIETY IN MARKETING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCT IN NNEWI METROPOLIS Introduction THE BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Although co-operation as a form of individual and societal behavior is intrinsic to human organization, the history of modern co-operative forms of organizing dates back...

  42. What Is Chinese Civilization

    question academics and historians have asked throughout time is simply what is Civilization. Civilization can be defined as an advanced state of human society, in which a high level of culture science, industry and government has been reached. With that stated we must now look upon the question which is pertinent...

  43. Weds

    Notable exceptions include cooperative businesses and state-owned enterprises. Socialist systems involve either government agencies, public, or worker ownership of most sizable businesses. The etymology of "business" relates to the state of being busy either as an individual or society as a whole, doing commercially...

  44. The Roles of Women

    The role of the women in our society Elvira López Ochoa INTRODUCTION History tends to present the social advances made by women as a result of progress itself up as the result of a process in which, in any case, women do not have influenced. However, the reconstruction of history shows that women...

  45. Group Interdependence

    norms can assist in maintaining roles that individuals play within the group. As Johnson and Johnson (2003: p. 24) describe it, “Roles define the formal structure of the group and differentiate one position from another”. Different people function in different roles within the group using the generally...

  46. Bhuttico: An Exemplary Cooperative Movement

    Bhutti Weavers Cooperative Society Ltd. Exemplary Cooperative Movement Rajiv K. Phull (Cover Story) The Bhuttico has grown in stature since it was established nearly seven decades ago. Though it remained dormant during earlier stages but it picked momentum after Thakur...

  47. Ethics

    students for the workplace through engagement in cooperative education programmes consideration needs to be given to the position taken in defining values. The emerging student needs to acquire and develop values representative of the broader community and society, as well as that of their chosen profession...

  48. Gender Role Set by Society

    01-12-09 In today's society there are gender roles that one as a member of this society are bond to follow.Gender roles have been around since a very long time, the frist gender roles were of the men who are suppose to be the head of the family and the...

  49. GED210 Unit 3 Exam Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

    mother, the post-marital residence pattern is referred to as: a. avunculocal b. matrilocal c. patrilocal d. fratrilocal 4. In most tribal societies, rules of descent, marriage, and residence are: a. flexible and often subject to lengthy discussion and negotiations b. strictly enforced and rarely...

  50. Sex Roles

    The most common and traditional gender roles imply that men are supposed to be “masculine” and women are supposed to be “feminine.” Defined using dictionary.com, masculine means “having qualities traditionally ascribed to men, such as strength and boldness,” while feminine means “having qualities traditionally...

  51. Education_APA

    his article “What does it mean to be well-educated?” opens stating: “…a good education is hard to define so rather than attempting to define it…, society should be asking about the purposes” (Kohn, 2003). By this statement, I believe that Kohn took hold to the definition that relays, “education is the...

  52. Role of Intergovernmental Organization in Globalization

    In current years, each country in the world increasingly plays an important role in the international arena for their required service, and expand to deal with the outside world. However, to maintain international order, intergovernmental organization bonds bring two interrelated challenges. These...

  53. Qarm

    Anand Pattern of Cooperatives The dairy sector in the India has shown remarkable development in the past decade and India has now become one of the largest producers of milk and value-added milk products in the world. Operation Flood, which was perhaps, world‘s largest development programme, was based...

  54. Contact Hypothesis

    to achieve this common goal. When one focuses ones attention on and places high subjective value or utility on outcomes which benefit the group, cooperative behavior is more likely. A number of studies suggest that cooperation is more likely in smaller groups. This would suggest, for example that smaller...

  55. One Fay

    others. It provides a firm foundation on which the child can develop social skills. Parents also teach their child various social skills by being a good role model. That is, a child learns from how his parents interact with him and other people. He learns how to meet people and talk to them, to tell stories...

  56. AGRICULTURAL COOPERATIVES

    Agricultural cooperative Concept of rural development Concept of rural communities History of Agricultural cooperative in Nigeria Roles of Agricultural cooperative in rural development Theories of rural development Empirical study Gap in knowledge 2.1 CONCEPT OF AGRICULTURAL COOPERATIVES An agricultural...

  57. Teamwork and Individual Efforts

    The speaker asserts that because teamwork requires cooperative efforts for which people are more motivated and therefore it is more productive working in teams than working individually as competitors. In my view, this assertion is true only in some respects. As the rapid growth of the technologies and...

  58. Subtraction activity sheet

     Inquiry Approaches in Primary Studies of Society and Environment Key Learning Area Occasional paper prepared for the Queensland School Curriculum Council by Kathleen Gordon Education, Training And Curriculum Services CONTENTS 1. The value of using inquiry...

  59. What Business Is

    exceptions include cooperative businesses and state-owned enterprises. Socialist systems involve either government agencies, public, or worker ownership of most sizable businesses. The etymology of "business" relates to the state of being busy either as an individual or society as a whole, doing commercially...

  60. Cooperative Learning

    Wilson-Jones, L & Caston, M. (2003). Cooperative learning on academic achievement in elementary african american males. Journal of Psychology: Elementary African American Males 31(4), 280-283 Purpose: The purpose of this article was to explore the learning styles of elementary African American...