CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY

A co-operative society is often a voluntary association of individuals who come together with the intention to work together and to promote their economic interest. These societies work on the principle of self-help as well as mutual help. The primary goal is to provide support to the members. Nobody leaves a co-operative society without earning a profit. People of the same interest come forward as a group, pool their resources, utilize these resources in the best possible manner and derive a common benefit out of it. It is an association of persons who voluntarily share their resources for using them for the mutual welfare of its members itself. A co-operative society is formed for the promotion of thrift, self-help and mutual assistance of the members.

Objectives of Co-operative Societies

Eligibility

Types of Co-operative societies

Laws Regulating Co-operative Societies

Documents Required

Members

For Registered Office

Other Details

Deliverables

Service Charges

Rs 24999 (All inclusive)*

*Cost of Stamp paper as per Government rules

Service Charges

Rs 24999 (All inclusive)*

*Cost of Stamp paper as per Government rules