SAHAKARA SINDHU
Department Of Cooperation, Government of Karnataka

 

Other Co-operative Societies

For more details contact :

R.Sridhar,Addl.RCS ( Housing & Others),
Contact No :080-22261873,
Email : addlrcs-im-ka@nic.in

Ramchandra ,ARCS ( Housing & Others) ,
Contact No :080-22269636/37 Ext : 220 ,
Email : arcs-hsg-ka@nic.in

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LARGE SIZED ADIVASI-MULTI PURPOSE COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES (LAMPS) AND LAMPS FEDERATION

There are 23 large sized Adivasi-Multi Purpose Co-operative Societies working in the State. These societies have been organized with the objective of improving the social and financial conditions of the Adivasis
These societies conduct the following activities:-
  • Collection and marketing of Minor Forest Produce by the Tribal people and improving the financial position by providing employment.
  • Distribution of essential commodities and other consumer articles to its members and supply of food grains to the student hostels of SC and ST communities.
  • Providing loans to its members and running processing units and other related activities.

The Statistical information pertaining to LAMPS Co-operative Societies is furnished below:-

(Rs in Lakhs)

Sl No

Items

2014-15

1

No. of Lamps

23

2

No.of members

94462

3

Paid up Share Capital

10.25

4

No. of societies working under profit

19

5

No. of societies working under loss

04

6

Amount sanctioned by Govt. under different schemes (including LAMPS Federation) during 2014-15

42.10

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KARNATAKA STATE LAMPS COOPERATIVE FEDERATION LTD., MYSORE.

Objectives/Activities:-

  • To organize, plan the growth, development of natural products and their trade on traditional, scientific and commercial basis in the interest of the tribal population in the area of operation of the Federation.

  • To strive to ensure higher earning and larger employment opportunities for the tribal population by formulation of suitable economic schemes based on natural products or otherwise.

  • To ensure full utilization of natural products available in the tribal areas including farm and forest produce by exploring, and by improving their marketability through organized efforts.

  • To identify items of Minor Forest Produce (MFP) in different areas to be brought under the sector of the Co-operative marketing and make recommendations for fixation of minimum prices of such MFP in the tribal areas by each member society.

  • Federation is extending Financial assistance to member societies for procurement of MFP.

  • Federation is assisting the Member societies for better Marketing of MFP.

  • Federation is Coordinating with Forest Department for better coordination in the interest of societies.

  • Federation is organizing training and workshop programmes with the assistance of The Karnataka State Cooperative Federation.Top

Membership

  1. Individual Members - Nil-

  2. Institution(Primary Societies) - 23 Lamps Societies

Business

In the year 2014-15 the LAMPS have marketed minor forest produce worth Rs.178.92 lakhs and have done total business of Rs.17.54 lakhs.

Net Profit

Profit for the year 2014-2015 is Rs. 17.92 lakhs.

KARNATAKA CO-OPERATIVE POULTRY FEDERATION (LTD):

Karnataka Co-operative Poultry Federation was established on 15-3-1995 with following objectives:

  • Organization of primary poultry Co-operative societies throughout the state in order to generate employment among the educated rural unemployed youth.
  • Imparting modernized poultry training techniques.
  • Poultry disease surveillance and control of diseases.
  • Rearing and marketing of Giriraja Chicks.
  • Creating awareness amongst public regarding Avian Influenza and other emerging diseases through meeting, seminars, workshops etc by the State and District Level Animal Disease Emergency committee.
  • Providing financial assistance to interested farmers/ societies through NABARD under Centrally sponsored schemes for poultry such as “Venture Capital Fund”.

There are 94 primary poultry Co-operative societies have been affiliated to the federation as on 31-03-2015. for the current year Government has sanctioned grant-in-aid of Rs 62.75 lakhs Plan and 31.00 lakhs schemes.

Under Special Component Plan,
Sl No
Activity
Target
Achievement
1
Training to farmers
1000
148
2
Giriraja Chicks rearing and sale
75000
28321
3
Formation of Primary Poultry Cooperation
-
-

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THE KARNATAKA STATE COOPERATIVE WOMEN FEDERATION LTD., BANGALORE.

The Karnataka State Co-operative Women Federation Ltd., Bangalore, was registered on 25-11-1992. It is a state level Co-operative Institution. The main objectives of this Federation are as under:

  • Organisation and Development of District, Block and Primary level Women Co-operative Societies.

  • To improve the financial positions of the members of the Dist. Women Cooperative Societies and to work for the women empowerment both in educational and social sphears.

  • To provide suitable marketing opportunities to the products manufactured by the women Cooperatives.

  • To give a wide publicity to the activities of the women Cooperatives.

  • To conduct seminars, meetings and Workshops for the members of women Cooperatives and to provide a forum for discussion on the problems faced by the women Cooperatives.

  • To start working womens Hostel to provide accommodations for working women’s.

Membership:

The membership to the State Women Cooperative Federation is opened to all Dist. Level women Multipurpose Cooperative Societies, Women Cooperative banks and other Women Cooperative societies.Top

KARNATAKA CO-OPERATIVE FISHERIES FEDERATION LTD., MYSORE

The Karnataka Co-operative Fisheries Federation was registered on 02-10-1989 with jurisdiction extending to Karnataka State and membership of 276 societies out of which 12 SC, 2 ST and 26 women fisheries societies.

The Main objectives and activities of Federation are as follows:

  • Implementation of “Reservoir Fisheries Development Project” through Primary Fishermen Co-operative Societies (FCS)

  • To produce good quality fish seed from fish seed production centers and to supply them to fishermen co-operative societies and fish farmers.

  • Purchase of fish from FCS at fair price and arranging for sale through kiosks in towns and cities.

  • Implementing of fishermen housing scheme and other social welfare activities of fisheries departmen.

  • Federation has implemented “Reservoir Fisheries Development Project” in Mysore, Chamarajanagar, Mandya and Hassan districts with an expenditure of Rs. 30.66 lakhs.

Fish seed supply ( in Lakhs)-Rs 89.91 lakhs :

Tank Development and Fish Seed Stocking in Tanks leased to FCS:

 Year

Fish seed stocked (fingerlings in lakhs)

No. of tanks developed

2014-15

89.91

39

Fish Marketing:

Federation has established 103 fresh fish retail outlets (kiosks) in the districts of Mysore, Chamarajanagar, Mandya, Hassan, Chickmagalur, Kodagu, Tumkur and Bangalore.

Year

Fish Market

Quantity (in tons)

Value (Rs. in lakhs)

2014-15

Fish Sales:278.25

312.52


WATER USERS COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES

In the State,2943 Water users Cooperative Societies are registered, of which as on 31/03/2015, 2662 are working .

WOMEN COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES

In the State 5246 Women Cooperative Societies are registered.

COOPERATIVE HOSPITALS

In the State 13 Cooperative Hospitals are registered of which 09 are working.

RURAL ELECTRICAL COOPERATIVE SOCIETES

The cooperative movement has touched even the power sector. In addition to power generation the cooperatives are performing a significant role in the distribution of power.

In the State 4  Rural Electrical Cooperative Societies are 03 working as on 31.03.2015 in the state. Of which Rural Electrical Co-operative Society, Society, Hukkeri, was registered in 1969, and as on 31-03-2015 , a share capital of Rs.4.64crores and Rs.80.64 crores as working capital. As on 31-03-2015 it has provided electricity to 107 villages, 15 hamlets and 14 rehabilitation centers. It is functioning as an alternative to KPTCL., in power distribution.

TRANSPORT COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES

There are 09 cooperative Societies in the State working as on 31-03-2015. Of these, Transport Cooperative Society Ltd., Koppa, registered in 1991 has 80 buses and 300 individuals and 73 Primary Co-operative Societies members. The Society covers 65% of the routes in rural areas of Chickmagalur District.

FISHERIES COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES

In the State, there are 612 Fisheries Cooperative Societies out of which 554 are working as on 31.03.2015.

TREE GROWERS COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES

In Kolar District, 22 Tree Growers Cooperative Societies are working. The said societies are preserving and developing forest areas in the District.

LABOUR COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES

There are 171 Labour contract and construction Cooperative Societies and 41 forest Labour Cooperative Societies in the State. Top

SPORTS PROMOTION & DEVELOPMENT COOPERATIVE SOCIETY, CHANDARAGI

This institution was registered in 1983 to promote sports and it is a State level Institution. It has a residential sports school which provides hostel facilities to 726 students. The institution is running a school both in Kannada and English Medium from VI standard to XII Standard.

Objectives:

  1. To encourage sports and sportsmen.
  2. To organise sports and to recognise Sportsmen of outstanding calibre.
  3. To provide training to prosessing sportsmen.
  4. To establish sports school, college and hostel.

Membership: as on 31.03.2015

Individuals:3853

Of which SC:20

Of which ST:12

Of which Women:79

Institutions:999

Share Capital: as on 31.03.2015

From Members: Rs 66,44,492 Crores

Government: ----

Working Capital: Rs 4.00 Crores

deposits: Rs 6.12 Crores

Net Profit: Rs 1.56 crores

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