by Co-operative Dept. (Statistical Cell), Govt. of Assam in Gauhati .
Written in English
|Series||Evaluation report - Co-operative Department, Statistical Cell, Govt. of Assam ; 1|
|LC Classifications||HD3540.A3 A827 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||79903139|
The Journal of Co-operative Organization and Management (JCOM) aims to be the leading international journal for the study of co-operatives. JCOM will provide the primary forum for advancement and dissemination of scientific knowledge on co-operative organizations and their management. The journal will include up-to-date, high-. The focus is on two key Panchayati Raj institutions - the Gram Sabha including all registered voters at village level and the Sarpanch (head of the lowest elected tier of Panchayati Raj institutions - the Gram Panchayat). The main issues here are lack of participation of the rural poor and the lack of preparedness of local elected officials. Understanding Co operatives Through Research o‐operative Research can play on an international level. community and the co‐operative sector. The work of our Centre is driven by a File Size: KB. About this book A comprehensive review of the state of the art in the control of multi-agent systems theory and applications The superiority of multi-agent systems over single agents for the control of unmanned air, water and ground vehicles has been clearly demonstrated in a wide range of application areas.
Read the latest articles of Journal of Co-operative Organization and Management at , Elsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. Rural Development, Class Structure and Bureaucracy in Bangladesh HARRY W. BLAIR* Bucknell Universitv Summary. - For a time in the mids, the Comilla programme in Bangladesh (then East Pakistan) seemed to represent a viable answer to the quest for a rural development programme that would truly benefit small by: is a platform for academics to share research papers. The idea of cooperation is not new to man. It is as old as man himself. Cooperatives are an almost universal form of organization today found in practically all countries and used by people in many ways. The cooperatives are formed to secure low cost credit, to purchase supplies and equipment for farming and household needs, to market products, even to secure many services, like electric power Author: A. M. Rananavare.
f. multi-purpose cooperative-combines 2 or more of the business activities of these different types of cooperatives, e.g credit lending and production, production and provision of goods and services, etc. Madane traces back multi purpose cooperatives to the subsistence farming traditions of Japan. This book sets out to understand the competitive advantages of co-operatives in general and co-operatives in Ireland in particular. It explores the values and strategies of several of the main co-operative sectors in Ireland, including credit unions, agricultural co-operatives, community co-operatives, workers’ co-operatives and other social. (a) Primary Co-operative an application to register a primary co-op must be made by a minimum of - (i) Five natural persons (ii) Two juristic persons (iii) A combination of any five persons (b) A secondary co-operative must be formed by two or more operational primary co-operatives. (c) A tertiary co-operative must be formed by two or more operational secondary co-operatives. The Panchayat raj (panchayat "village council", raj "rule") is a political system, originating from the Indian subcontinent, found mainly in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and is the oldest system of local government in the Indian subcontinent, and historical mentions date to the CE period. The word raj means "rule" and panchayat means "assembly" (ayat) of five (panch).