“a Study of Employees Co-Operative Credit Societies in Colleges Affiliated to Pune University in Pune District”

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“A STUDY OF EMPLOYEES CO-OPERATIVE CREDIT SOCIETIES IN COLLEGES AFFILIATED TO PUNE UNIVERSITY IN PUNE DISTRICT” Mr. Amar Bhosale, Assistant professor vidya pratishthans Arts, Science & Commerce College, Baramati. Dist- Pune (Maharashtra)

1) INTRODUCTION :-
The cooperative movement in India has contributed to the rural development of the country. Though the movement has developed in different states of the country not in the uniform manner, some of the State like Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Andra Pradesh has shown tremendous growth of the cooperative movement in these states. The societies which were promoted by the leadership having vision and who manage these cooperative well, have become successful, whereas the cooperative societies which suffered from the lack of dynamic leadership were mismanaged and this cooperative society become failure. The ECCS is operating in both urban and rural areas. The ECCS caters to the needs, primarily of the member of the society. These societies should follow modern management practices including computerization in their working, professional training to their employees and their member of the board and should keep their level of functioning very competitive. This only can bring success to these societies. The University of Pune established in 10th February 1949. with good academic goal. Now 612 colleges are affiliated to university of pune spread in three district i.e. Pune, Ahamadnagar, Nashik. In the Pune district there is 368 colleges are affiliated with UOP. In these 35 colleges have ECCS. The researcher has studying the organization & working of the ECCS with sound principles of cooperation.

2) STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
In the backdrop of the above discussion the researcher has studied the issues pertaining to cooperation thus entitled as, "A Study of Employees co-operative credit societies in colleges affiliated to Pune University in pune district (Maharashtra)".

3) RELEVANCE OF THE STUDY:-

The co-operative movement is regarded as an instrument of bringing about the welfare of the persons belonging to the middle class and lower income group. To bring about the welfare of the employees various organizations should form their own ECCS and this ECCS are organized and managed on sound co-operative principles like self-help, thrift etc. if they have to achieve their objective. The researcher selected one type of organization of the study in order to make the study definite. The areas of study conducted by the researcher are the ECCS of the colleges affiliated to Pune University in Pune district. The employees of the colleges mainly belong to the middle class i.e. teaching staff a study of these organizations is relevance from the point of view of the welfare of the member. This study examines whether the ECCS have been organized according to the principle of co-operation as well as working efficiently. This study includes the necessary suggestions for improvement. This study is therefore significant from the point of view of members of the ECCS. This study will provide a model for the study of ECCS in other organizations and establishments also.

4) OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY :-
1) To assess the organization and working of the ECCS in colleges affiliated to Pune University in pune district. 2) To find out whether the ECCS are organized and working on sound principles of co-operation. 3) To find out whether the ECCS are doing useful work for the welfare of its members. 4) To find out whether there is any room for improvement of the ECCS. 5) To give necessary recommendations for the improvement.

5) JUSTIFICATION OF THE OBJECTIVES :-
The objective has been set to know the organization and working of ECCS with sound principles of co-operation in colleges affiliated to Pune University in pune district. The researcher will find out whether there is any room for improvement of the ECCS...
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