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The National Co-operatives Consumers' Federation (NCCF), which is the apex organization of consumer co-operatives at the national level, has made significant progress an recent years.

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Consumer Co-operatives

The consumer co-operatives are spread over throughout the country with the object of helping the equitable distribution of consumer goods.

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National level co-operative Federation

These federations occupy an important position in the co-operative infrastructure of the country.

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Co-operative for weaker sections

These co-operatives aim at increasing employment and income opportunities of different sections of the society like small farmers n fishermen.

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The National Agricultural Co-operatives Marketing Federation (NAFED) consists of all co-operative marketing societies in the country.

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The Indian Framers, Fertilizers Co-operative (IFFCO) is a multi-unit co-operative society owned by co-operatives in 10 States and the Government of India.

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The National Co-operative Development Corporation is responsible for planning, promoting and financing the programme of increasing storage capacity of co-operatives in 1974-75.

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Marketing and processing co-operatives

The co-operative marketing structure is made up of about 2,800 primary co-operative marketing societies which cover all important agricultural markets in the country, 20 State co-operative marketing federations an one National agriculture Co-operative Marketing Federation.

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Industrial Co-operatives

Among these are the village and small industries which account for over 90 per cent of the industrials societies.

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Non-credit Co-operatives working in India

A bird's-eye view of some of the non-credit co-operatives in India at present is given below.

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Co-operative Movement in India

Co-operative movement is this country is now more than 80 years old. The movement was started with high hopes and lofty expectation.

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Limitations of Co-operative Society

As a form of organization, the co-operative society offers the following limitations:

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Advantages of Co-operative Society

As a form of organization, the co-operative society offers the following advantages:

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Business Federation of Co-operatives

At the bas of the co-operative structure in different fields are the primary co-operative societies formed buy individuals.

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Co-operative Farming Societies

The co-operative farming societies are basically agricultural co-operative formed with the object of achieving the benefits of large-scale farming an maximising agricultural output.

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Credit Co-operatives

The co-operative credit societies are voluntary associations of people with moderate means formed with the object of extending short-term financial accommodation to them and developing the habit of thrift among them.

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Housing Co-operatives

Housing co-operatives are associations of persons who are interested either in securing the ownership of a house or obtaining accommodation at fair and reasonable rent. Such societies are formed mostly in urban areas.

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Marketing Co-operatives

The marketing co-operatives or the co-operative sales societies are voluntary associations of independent producers organised for the purpose of arranging for the sale of their output.

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Producer's Co-operatives

Also called industrial co-operatives, these societies are voluntary associations of small producers formed with the object of eliminating the capitalist class from the system of industrial production. Sometimes consumer's societies may join hands with the associations of producers.

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Consumer's Co-operative Societies

These societies are formed by ordinary people for obtaining their day-to day-requirements of goods at cheaper prices.

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