The National Centre for Cooperative Education (NCCE) of NCUI recently organised a Leadership Development Programme for Chairpersons and Directors of Women Cooperatives of the country at New Delhi for up-gradation of their managerial and entrepreneurship skills.
The participants were also trained about how to establish micro-enterprise on cooperatives basis to involve more and more women and youth of rural areas. The whole programme had been tailored as a training capsule for women cooperatives on entrepreneurship and GST and Cashless transactions, claimed a press release from NCCE.
V. K. Dubey, Director, NCCE inaugurated the training programme in the presence of several cooperators including Mrs Alka Srivastava, Member, WCC. In his inaugural address Dr. Dubey said Women Cooperatives are playing a positive role to increase the household income by undertaking various activities.
Dubey stressed that agro-based small processing cooperatives should be started by women in rural areas so that the household farmers income could be doubled by 2022.
Alka Srivastava shared her experiences about proper management and smooth functioning of cooperatives.
The participants expressed their positive views about the training programme and shared their multiple experiences.
Mrs Veena Sachdeva, Assistant Director, coordinated the programme successfully. The participants suggested more such programmes should be organised for women cooperatives.