NCUI Ex-CE R C Dwivedi is no more

Former Chief Executive of the apex body of cooperatives, National Cooperative Union of India (NCUI) and a well known face at national and international level in the cooperative world, R C Dwivedi died due to Parkinson’s disease last week in Delhi in a private hospital. He had served NCUI for more than 5 years.

It is reported that he had been sick for a long time and was admitted to the Max hospital on 27th March after a severe pain. He was 89 years old. He is survived by his son Ashish Dwivedi who works as one of the directors at the NCUI.

R C Dwivedi started his career from ICM, Hyderabad as the principal and later moved on to NCUI as a Joint Director, Education. He also served as the director of VAMNICOM, Pune.

He had played an important role in framing the Multi State Cooperative Society Act 2002 and worked for years in ICA as a consultant. He has written many books on cooperatives.

When Balram Jakhar was the governor of Madhya Pradesh, Dwivedi worked with him as officer on special duty. He contributed a lot in the development of the apex body as well as the cooperative movement of country in general.

Indian Cooperative joins others in praying for the peace of the departed soul.

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  1. Dr. Manek M Sangoi and Zaver M Sangoi

    Respected Bhabhiji, Dear Dineshbhai, Aradhana ji, Ashish, Shalini and the family,

    We were deeply grieved to learn about sad demise of our close friend and a mentor Dr. R C Dwivdi. He had helped so much and his guidance and advice was always at hand. We have lost a dear friend. Without him we would not have lived in Saket.

    We offer our heartfelt condolonces to you all and pray for an etenal peace for his devine soul. May the almighty bestow strength to bear this tremendous loss.
    It is beyond our thinking that we will not be able to meet him in person in future. His smile and blessings will be always there.
    Om Shanti-Shanti-Shanti.

  2. KUMAR

    Deeply aggrieved to learn sad demise of one of the leading lights of Indian cooperative movement Dr RC Diwedi Sir. He authored gems of books on cooperation. A big loss for cooperative movement worldwide. May his soul rest in peace. Deep condolences to aggrieved family.

  3. Shalini Tewari

    Thank you for your kind words at this moment of grief

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