The Karnataka State Coir Co-operative Federation was established in the year 1961. - Registration No.JDIRP-1/80/60/60-61
The Main Objectives of the Federation.
1. To assist and support primary coir Co-operative Societies.
No. of Primary Coir Co-op. Societies affiliated to the Federation.
The Federation is having 60 coir primary Co-operative Societies as its affiliated Members.
Details of Shares and Loan received from State Govt.
Shares received from State Government - Rs.3.29 Crores
Loans from NCDC (ICDP Scheme) – Rs. 2.35 Crores
Activities of the Federation.
Financial Position of the Federation.
The Federation has not received any financial assistance from the Govt. during the year 2014-15 Hence, the Federation is facing deficit of funds.
Profit & Loss of the Federation during the 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19.
2014-15: Loss - Rs.65.76 (lakhs)
2015-16: Loss - Rs.15.31(lakhs)
2016-17: Loss - Rs.1.95 (crores)
2017-18,:Loss- Rs.1.49 (crores)
Establishment and Registration
The Karnataka State Federation of Co-operative Sugar Factories Ltd., Bangalore, was registered vide No.1919: RCS: 61, dated: 23.7.1961 under the Karnataka Cooperative Societies Act 1959, by the Registrar of Co-operative Societies in Karnataka, Bangalore
Objectives Of The Federation:
Membership of the Federation.
Total Membership of the Federation was 34, of which, sugar Factories in cooperative sector are 15, cooperative sugar factories under erection are 03, leased out cooperative sugar factories(for private) are 08 and liquidated cooperative sugar factories are 07 and newly registered and defunct 01.
The federation provides assistance to advise and encourage the sugarcane farmers of Co-operative sugar factories in organizing sugar factories on cooperative basis and to run the existing factories more efficiently, it provides servicess such as Advisory, consultancy and liaison services on technical, financial and administrative matters of member cooperative sugar factories, Preparation of necessary application for obtaining licences, statutory approvals.
Preparation of project viability report, tender documents for supply of plant and machinery agreements of supplies and erection of plant. Monitoring and Inspection works of new and expansion factories. Advise on sugarcane development, preparation of loan application for availing SDF loans from Govt. of India. Sick Units rehabilitation programme. Representing member factories at State Govt., Central Govt, Commissions and Institutions etc., to present their problems and proposals. Assisting the State Level Advisory Committee for selection and purchase of plant and machinery etc.
It also helping member sugar industries with regard to Liasion services on matters connected with CSFs for speedy clearance to State and Central Govt. Directorate of Sugar and related Departments.
Financial Status of the Federation:
Profit and Loss Account for the year 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19.
The federation is registered on 25-06-1955 as per Registration No-1620. The jurisdiction of the federation is State Limit. The Primary Woolen handloom weavers Co-Operative Societies having Khadi and village industry certificate. There are 81 Primary Co-Operative Societies become members of this federation. The main objective of this federation is purchasing providing marketing facility to the woolen blankets produced by the member Co-Operative Societies. It provides Employment opportunity to the weavers.
Financial Status of the Federation: (Rs in lakhs)
Share capital as on 31-3-2015.
Government Share: Rs.3,84,46,100.00
Turn over during the year 2014-15.
Date and Year of Registration of the Federation and its registration No.
Federation was registered on 24.08.1993 by the Registrar of Co-operative Societies and its Registration number is INB : 3:51 : IMC : 17351 : 93-94 dated 24.08.1993.The federation formed to assist the Industrial Co-operative societies to have technical and financial guidance. At present this federation is not functioning properly.
The federation provides marketing facility to the cotton and silk handloom products produced by the members of the handloom weavers co-operative societies in the state. The total membership is 395 primary handloom weavers’ co-op societies. 30 thousand weaver’s members producing many varieties of cotton and silk products and supply their products to the federation, and thus 2 lakh weavers depend on the federation for their lively hood. At present the federation is working under loss continuously and it is not in the position to pay the staff salary regularly.
This federation has been established to develop the Silk rulers in the year 1957. The main objective of the federation is to provide marketing facility consumers by fixing rates on the basis of the quality of the product. At present 17 Primary Silk ruler Societies, Silk weavers and Silk Merchants are the members. The federation gives 0.5 % discount in service fees.
The federation is having liability to repay Rs: 4-00 Crore which has been sanctioned as financial assistance, to the Government. At present the federation is under financial crisis and loss continuously.
The federation has been registered in the year 1974. The jurisdiction of the federation is State vide. Co-Operation Spinning mills are the members of this federation. Among “Co-Operation Spinning mills, 4 mills working under own capital and 2 mills working under contract basis, and remaining 3 mills are defunct. 2 Co-Operation Spinning mills Plan is under progress.
The federation is preparing project reports to establish new Operation Spinning mills, renewal, and revival of Silk mills, and helping to get Share, term loan by providing statistics and estimates. It also provides financial and administrative experts to the Working Spinning mills and helps to work properly and profitably .
Financial Status of the Federation:
Karnataka state industrial suppliers and marketing co-operative federation was established in the year 2000.No.kaisasa/kaisa-3. Reg No-21580/2000-01. With the main objective of Providing Marketing facilities to Small and very Small industries Joint Director of industries and commerce department is working as Managing Director of the institution.
Details regarding working of the Federation:
Mysore Provincial Co-operative Institution came into existence on 27the August 1924 with the sole objective of providing the necessary c0-operative education training for the development of the co-operative movement of the state and also to give wide publicity for the activities of the co-operatives. Like minded co-operators were behind this move. This organization was renamed as Mysore State Co-operative Union soon after the re-organization of states on linguistic basis. Further again four co-operative institutions were merged and the new institution was formed called Karnataka State Co-operative Federation Limited.
This federation is not profit making institution. Federation is providing Co-operative training and education to the members’ staff and Board of directors of the Co-operative Institution. With help of 2% education fund received out of the profit earned by the other Co-operative Institutions.
In the beginning the federation this was registered on 30-12-1995 as per Reg No.ಕೈ.ಮ.ಜ.ಸಂ.ನಿ.ಟಿ ನೋಂದಣಿ 23046/1995-96 as chitradurga district woolen hand loom weavers federation ltd challkere. Further this institution was again renamed as Karnataka State Woolen hand loom weavers Khadhiyethara cooperative federation challakere as per Reg No. ಕೈ.ಜ.ಇ/ಜಂ.ರಿ/ಬೈಲಾ.ತಿ/ಚಿ.ಜಿ.ಉ.ಕೈ.ನೇ.ಮ /61/2006-2007
Now this institution is a state vide co-op federation with the membership of co-op institutions which are not having Khadi and village industrial certificate by the commission.
In the year 2006-2007 Rs. 15-00 Lakh sanctioned to establish woolen bank, Rs. 20-00 Lakh to construct barrack blanket production unit under textile policy scheme. This scheme has been implemented by the federation by installing woollen cutting sharing machine, generator and a mobile van in subsidy of Rs. 15-00 lakh. A godown also constructed by the federation to store woolen. Two metting, one rising machineries and installed under barrack blanket scheme. Building constructed to establish barrack blanket unit by subsidy of Rs. 17-00 lakh sanctioned by Z.P. chitradurga.
The federation also providing training to 100 people under suvarna vartha programme. Rs. 125-00 lakh sanctioned under skill development upgradation training center plan. The federation providing marketing facility to member primary co-op society and weavers at challakere and chitradurga showroom spinning and cording machinery installed by the federation under financial assistance sanctioned in Suvarna Vastra Policy scheme.