|Statement||M. Suresh Babu.|
|LC Classifications||HC437.A-ZC (H15)+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||250 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||2008307486|
The book evaluates the workings of the District Cooperative Central Banks (DCCBs) in Andhra Pradesh with particular reference to Chittoor District. Chapter 2 reviews the progress of the cooperative movement in India. Chapter 3 examines the cooperative credit structure in Andhra Pradesh since its inception. Chapter 4 outlines the organizational pattern of the DCCB, Chittoor and chapter 5 Author: Y. S. Reddy, A. R. Reddy. The title of books and journals also disc ouraging the women to enter in the industrial sector i n general and cooperative sector in Study in Chittoor District of Author: C Viswanatha Reddy. Additional Physical Format: Online version: O'Connor, Robert, Study of industrial workers' co-operatives. Dublin: Economic and Social Research Institute, The study is based on both primary and secondary data. The secondary data with regard operational performance and forms of business were collected from the Annual Reports of MSMEs, Books, Journals and daily news papers etc., Besides this, a field study related to MSMEs in Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh has been conducted to.
Reference to Chittoor District, pp., =00 7. Suresh Babu, M. A Study of Dormancy of Industrial Co-operatives in Chittoor District, pp. =00 ECONOMETRICS 1. Kannaiah Naidu,L. Econometric Methods and Data Uncertainties, pp 60=00 ECONOMICS 1. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. Cooperative Education and Training 20 Cooperative Education and Training Other Agricultural Cooperatives. Industrial Cooperatives. Housing Transport and Other Urban. Social Welfare and Cooperatives. Reviews: 2. Chittoor district is located between to Northern latitude and to eastern longitude. The geographical area is hectares. Topography It is bounded on the north by Ananthapur and Cuddapah districts, on the east by Nellore district, and Chengalput district of Tamilnadu, on the west by Kolar district of Karnataka. DEFINITION• An industrial cooperative is an association of workers & craftsmen involved in cottage or village industries, who come to gather to undertake collective production, processing & marketing of goods manufactured by the members & provide them with the necessary services & assistance• It can be defined as ‘A cooperative organized.
STUDY MATERIAL Core Course (C o-operation-Specialisation) VI Semester ACCOUNTING & AUDITING OF CO-OPERATIVES 28 Module 5 - CO-OPERATIVE AUDIT 54 and solidarity and the lack of professional management are some of the causes leading to dormancy or inefficiency of their performance. Cooperatives alone conform to the. industrial co-operative definition: a manufacturing business that is owned and managed by the people who work in it. Learn more. Powerlooms: A Case Study of Chittoor District, Andhra Pradeshﬂ, Journal of Rural Development,Vol, No.3, July-Sept. Nagarajan G., ﬁProduction with Reference to Productivity in Arignar Anna Industrial Weavers Production and Sales Society Limited, Pauparapatty, Dharmpuri District Œ A Case Studyﬂ, Indian Co-operative Review,July. THEME - IV ISSUES RELA TED T O INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES AND ENVIRONMENT AL ISSUES IN ANDHRA PRADESH Performance of Granite Industry in Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh.