Overview for Co-Operation Management & Rural Development
Management is the decision making element of the cooperative. Broadly speaking, its role entails formulating and executing operating policies, providing good service, maintaining financial soundness, and implementing operating efficiencies to successfully meet its objects. Management has greatly improved as cooperatives have become larger, more diversified, and integrated to match similar advances in the marketplace and on the farm. In the early years, local cooperative managers not only supervised operations but also maintained accounting records, waited on customers, and swept floors. Boards of directors knew little about off-farm businesses.
As regional cooperatives developed and became stronger, they began providing more assistance to rural people through general field representatives. This includes helping people for development. They are provided financial and direct management service to the weaker locals, and auditing and analysis service to all member locals.
This book is quite helpful for those who are pursuing MBA in Rural Management, Sociology, Public Administration, different types of rural development diploma programs and general reference.
Kapil Bhargav (Author)
Dr. Kapil Bhargav worked as an advisor for government of India’s financial planning and budgeting has a huge experience on Indian capital and stock market. He is a product of Howard School of Economics. Bhargav has written five books on different areas of capital and investment. In this book, Dr. Bhargav has applied his practical knowledge to produce a text that is concise yet thorough.
Nidhi Jethwant (Author)
Nidhi Jethwant, has got her Bechelor Degree in Commerce from Allahabad University, Allahabad. She joined Lucknow Kshetriya Gramin Bank two year back and has done many seminars and projects on Microfinance and Rural Development & Planning. Currently she is working with U.P. Gramin Bank. She has wide experience of working with NABARD, BIRD and National Institute of Rural Banking, Banglore. In her banking career she got very keen interest in Microfinance and later she started jotting down the books based on financial planning. She is an armature writer and has written four books entitled “Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in Today’s Perspective”, “A Hand Book for Managers”, “Treasury and Risk Management in Banks”, “Elements of Economics Analysis”, and editor of “Encyclopedia of Women, Achievers Across the World”.