NCUI: NCCE organizes training on co-op policies

A four day refresher course on Cooperative Policy and Development for faculties of Indian Universities and Colleges was held recently at NCCE- the training arm of NCUI in New Delhi. Prof. Ranjeet Kumar Singh, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Kolhan University, Chaibasa, Jharkhand inaugurated the programme.

N.Satya Narayana, Chief Executive, NCUI, Dr. V. K. Dubey, Director, Dr. G. S. Azad, Senior Consultant, NCUI / NCCE and Dr. A.R. Srinath, Deputy Director / Course Coordinator NCCE were present on the occasion.

About 43 participants from several states of the country attended the programme.

In his inaugural address, Prof Ranjeet Kumar Singh pitched for improving the quality of research in the cooperative sector.

The programme had been divided into several sessions. A number of cooperators and cooperative functionaries took part in them. The role of cooperatives across sectors in the economy was the major focus of discussions.

There was general agreement that the cooperative movement needed to be strengthened to ensure development percolated down to the grassroots level.

On the final day of the programme, a presentation on “Impact of GST on Cooperatives” focused on how GST applies for various services rendered by cooperatives and some concept which are being included in the GST.

Dr. A.R. Srinath, Deputy Director and Course Coordinator, proposed a vote of thanks.

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  1. Roy

    NCCE has conducted many training programs and nothing has developed so far and still 0% development in cooperative movement. It seems like that training program are conducted for name shake just to complete the calendar program to reach annual target to submit the utilization certificate to ease fund uses. Facility provided during training and NCCE hostel facility and food is not good.

  2. Dr. A.R.Srinath

    Dear Mr. Roy,

    You are requested to confirm whether you have attended any training programme conducted by NCUI / NCCE / RICM / ICM in other parts of the country.

    As such the programmes conducted by NCUI / NCCE has been highly appreciated in the past as well as in recent times as per the records. The recent trends of Cooperative Movement both in India and abroad has been shared with the participants alongwith the impact, latest trends widely.

    Further, if you have attended the programmes in the past and recent times conducted by NCCE, then you can inform with your feedback form alongwith the records and the same can be sent to NCUI / NCCE for further necessary action at our end.

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