Cooperative Society

Cooperative Society Registration

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Basic Plan

The literal meaning of co-operative is working together with others for a common purpose. A co-operative society is an autonomous body of people united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned and democratically-controlled enterprise.The literal meaning of co-operative is working together with others for a common purpose. A co-operative society is an autonomous body of people united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned and democratically-controlled enterprise.
The Co-operative Principles under which a co-operative society operates and carries out its business are :
  1. Voluntary and open membership.
  2. Democratic control, one member one vote.
  3. Autonomy and independence.
  4. Promoting economic activities.
  5. Promoting education and information technology.
  6. Co-operation among co-operatives.
  7. Concern for the social and ecological environment.
To form a cooperative society, you will need 10 or more persons who wish to form co-operative society for the objects of the promotion of the economic interests of its members.


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An autonomous open and voluntary association of persons of the weaker section of the society, to meet their common socio-economic and cultural needs and aspiration through a jointly owned and democratic control enterprise in accordance with the cooperative values and principles.

. Public/Society awareness of the socio-economic development potentiality of the Cooperative sector/Cooperative Movement. . Awareness of Cooperative values and principles. . An initial open and voluntary association of 15 individual (promoters) to promote and intended Cooperative society.

Cooperative Values are based on : Self-help, Self-responsibility, Democracy, Equality, Equity and solidarity

. Voluntary and open membership .Democratic member Control . Member economic participation . Autonomy and Independence . Education, Training and Information . Cooperation among Cooperatives . Concern for community