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Co-operative movement in

Karnataka
BY
SRI.A.C. DIWAKAR,K.C.S.,
JRCS & FACULTY(ATI)
MYSORE .

Introduction
England was the cradle of co-op movement
Robert Oven Father of co-op movement
Industrial Revolution 18th c. 2nd and 19th cen 1st half
co-op is always a child of Economic necessity
ROCK DALE First co-op society -21/12/1844
In England consumer co-op.
In Germany Agri-Non-Agri credit co-op
Scandinavian countries Dairy co-op

Origin of Co-operative movement in India


British Govt. Sir Fredrick Nicholson Garmany Model
1892 Find Raiffieisen-Protection -Money Lenders And
Middle Men in Market.
Mr. Dupernex advocated Indian Co-op Rural credit
movement.
1st Co-op credit societies Act-25/03/1904
1st Act came into existence then movement started
Main Objectives - To eradicate poverty Accelerate Agri
and Industrial Production.

Co-operative movement in Karnataka


A cradle for Indian co-op movement.
Sri Siddana Gowda Sannaramana Gowda Patil
Father of Indian co-op movement Gadag.
1905- Primary Agri Co-op Society Kanaginahala
First in Asia Urban Co-op Bank -1905
Marketing Co-op Society-1915
Processing Co-op Society -1907
Housing Co-op Society -1955
First organized in Karnataka

Co-op Credit System in India & Karnataka

Types of Credit Institution

India

Karnataka

State Co-op Banks

30 (1,32,000)

01 (7,230)

DCC Banks

375(2,13,000)

21

SCARDB Banks

20 (18,000)

01

PCARD Banks

850 (14,560)

177

Primary Agri Credit Co-op Societies

1,12,000 (1,56,000) 4,680

Urban co-operative banks

1,699 (3,10,000)

275 (15,300 crores)

Marketing Co-op Societies


Karnataka State Marketing Federation
202 TAPCMS/APCMS
250 Agri. Produce Marketing Societies
Karnataka Govt., 4000 Crores
- To procure fertilizer
- To give minimum support price to formers
Seeds and Pesticides
Agricultural implements

Processing Co-op Societies


Rice processing Units -120
Toordal processing Units -03
Fruits and Vegetables processing Units -54
Honey processing and Marketing Units -12
Coffee processing and Marketing Units 04
Cold Storages -06

Dairy Co-op Societies


MPCS in Rural areas- 20,000
District Unions -13
State level Karnataka State Milk Federation (KMF)
White Revolution
India is the largest milk producer in the world
Women empowerment in rural India
By Products milk, ghee, peda, curd, butter/toned
/flavored milk, mysore pak, badam powder, jamoon
mix, ice cream, milk powder,panner.

Housing Co-op Societies


House building Co-op Society -3200
- Formation of sites and houses
- Construction and Repair loans
Consumer Co-op Societies
- State consumer federation
- Janatha Bazars
- For market intervention
- Good commodities at fair price

Urban Banks and Employees Credit Co-op


Society
Urban and Rural area
Development of economically backward class people
35 lakhs membership
Industrial Co-op Societies
13,000 institutions
3 lakhs membership
To encourage cottage and small industries
Financial assistance and marketing

Fisheries Co-op Societies


Blue revolution
Co-op Society -460
Sea Shore- 100
Inland-100
Eco-Social development
Silk Co-op Societies
Co-op Sugar Factories
Agricultural Co-op Societies
LAMPS Co-op Societies

Indian Cooperative Movement at a glance -2014


Si.No

Particulars

Progress

No. of Cooperatives

6,49,120

Total membership in crores

36.10

Working capital (Rs In crores)

12 ,82,750

Deposits (Rs In crores)

8,67,000

Coverage of rural HH

10%

Villages covered

100%

Total St + Mt loans advanced in crores

1,12,000

Agricultural credit disbursed

37%

Fertilizers disbursed

36.17%

10

Fertilizers production

25%

11

Storage facility in village

64.5%

Cont..
Si.No

Particulars

Progress

12

Sugar produced

33.5%

13

Wheat procured

33.5%

14

Milk procured to total production

36%

15

Handlooms in co-operatives

54%

16

Rubber processed and marketed

23%

17

Oil marketed

50%

18

Direct employment

2.15%

19

Self employment

24.79%

Share of Co-operatives in the National Economy


Rural network (villages covered)
Agricultural credit disbursed by coops

100%

Fertilizer Disbursed(6.049 million tonnes)

42.8%

Fertilizer production (3.509.9MT-N&P)Nutrient

36.17%

Sugar produced(10.164 Million Tonnes)

25.0%

Capacity utilization of Sugar Mills

50.5%

Wheat procurement (6.926 Million Tonnes)

99.8%

Animal Feed production/supply

33.5%

Retail Fair Price shops

50%

Milk procurement to total production

20.3%

Milk procurement to marketable surplus

7.44%

Ice cream manufacture

10.5%

Oil marketed

26%

Cont .
Spindleage in coops(3.474million)

50.0%

Handloom in Co-op

9.7%

Fishermen in Co-op(active)

54.0%

Storage facility(village level PACs)

21.0%

Rubber procured and marked

64.5%

Areca nut processed and marketed

18.5%

Direct employment generated

15%

Self employment generated for persons

2.15 million

Self manufactured (18,266 metric tones)

24.79million

SHG
2,13,600 SHG GROUPS
4% loan.
1350 crores Saving
14840 crores Lending.
98.5% Recovery
Bidar model
Sahardha
RUDSET

Money Lenders
Finance corporation
Chits
Souharha co-op Societies
PIAS Agriculture insurance corpn.,
IFFCO
KRIBCO
IFFCO-TOKYO
Yashaswini Health scheme 38 lakhs formers
covered.