Course Name: Diploma in Cooperative Management
Course Id: DCM/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 12th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 3000.
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Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
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Diploma in Co-operative Management
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Environment for Co-operatives and Rural Development||100||40|
|Cooperative Law, Management and Administration||100||40|
|Cooperatives Credit and Banking||100||40|
|Cooperative Accounts and Audit Statistics||100||40|
|Cost Accounting and Financial Management||100||40|
Environment for Co-operatives and Rural Development
Concept & Ideology of Cooperation, its Values & Principles, History of Cooperative Movement in India, Different Sectors of Cooperative Movement & their Organizational Structure, Growth and Recent Trends in Cooperative Movement in India, Problems & Challenges Before Cooperative Movement and Strategies to overcome them, Organization Structure for Cooperative Education & Training in India, Co-operative movement in India and abroad: Evolution, growth and current status: Genesis of co-operative movement in India, Successful co-operative models abroad: Cooperative Education and training -role of various federal bodies – ICA, NCUI and state federation, Concept and significance of Rural Development – Philosophical and Sociological aspects of RD – Approaches to Rural Development in India – Various Rural Development Programmes, Other Programmes/ Policies of Rural Development of State concerned, values of co-operation – Principles of co-operation –Rockdale principles, ICA principles.
Cooperative Law, Management and Administration
Cooperative legislation – historical evolution – evolution of cooperative legislation India – importance of cooperative act and rules to meet the specific need of the cooperative movement, Organization and registration of cooperative societies – need and importance – procedure to be followed – assessing the viability norms – requirement – conditions to be fulfilled, Bye-laws – nature and scope of bye-laws – preparation of bye-laws – assessing the bye-laws, amendment of bye-laws – requirement – conditions to be fulfilled and procedure to be followed, Membership – eligibility for membership – qualifications and disqualifications of a member, procedure to be followed for becoming a member of a cooperative society, change of liability, floating of subsidiaries, forging of partnerships & collaboration by cooperatives, Rights of members to services, removable and expulsion, restriction on holding and transfer of shares, transfer of interest on death of a member and liabilities of past member and estate of deceased member.
Classification of Cooperative Societies – Agricultural Marketing Cooperative Societies – Non-Agricultural Cooperative Societies – Agricultural Credit – Agricultural Non-Credit, Agricultural Non-Credit Societies: Cooperative Marketing-Role of Cooperative Marketing Institutions in Agricultural Production-Essential Prerequisites for organization of successful Marketing Institutions – Structure of Cooperative Marketing Societies, cooperative Processing: Types of Processing Cooperatives and their Importance in Agricultural Production – Sugar Factories – Spinning Mills, Non-agricultural Non-credit Societies Consumer Cooperatives: Industrial Cooperatives, Dairy Cooperatives, Other Types of Cooperatives, Fertilizer Cooperatives – Multi State Cooperatives in Fertilizer – IFFCO & KRIBHCO, Significance of Milk Cooperatives in the Socio Economic Development of Farmers – An and Pattern, Industrial Cooperative Societies – Tea Factories – Handloom / Silk Weavers – Cottage and Small Scale Industries – Constitution, Function and Working, Pattern of Financial Assistance – Industrial Cooperative Banks Status.
Cooperatives Credit and Banking
Meaning of Credit -Need for Production and Development Credit, Importance of Agricultural Credit and its Characteristics. Type of Credit Short- Term, Medium and Long Term Credit. Need for the Institutional Credit for Agricultural and Rural Development, Structure of Credit Cooperatives Federal/Unitary and Mixed Type. Need for the Integration of Short Term, Medium Term and Medium Term Credit Structure (Single Window) National Federation of State Cooperative Banks, National Federation of Agriculture and Rural Development Banks and their Role in development of Cooperative Banking, Classification of Credit Cooperatives Agricultural Credit Cooperatives and Non-Agricultural Credit Cooperatives Organization, Membership, Sources of Finance and Working of PACS, FSS and LAMPS. Crop Loan System -its Prospects and Problems Preparation of Normal Credit Statement, Meaning and Definition of Bank, Banker and Banking, Functions of Banks, Banker Customer Relationship Productivity in Banks – Social Aspect of Banking -Concept of Development Banking.
Cooperative Accounts and Audit Statistics
Meaning and Scope of Accounting – Definition of Accounting – Steps of Accounting – Functions of Accounting – Objectives of Accounting – Book Keeping – Limitations of Accounting; Branches of Accounting; Accounting Principles – Accounting Concepts – Entity Concept – Dual Aspect Concept – Accounting Period Concept – Going Concern Concept – Cost Concept – Money Measurement Concept – Matching Concept – Realization Concept – Accrual Concept – Rupee Value Concept; Accounting Conventions – Disclosure – Conservatism – Consistency – of Materiality, concept – definition – objectives of audit-different types of audit- difference between cooperative audit and other audits, important components- preparation and implementation – Voucher and Vouching of accounts, Meaning – System of Accounting – Cash System – Mercantile System – Mixed System – Single Entry System – Cooperative System – Double Entry System – Advantages – Factors Common to Every Business; Types of Accounts – Personal Accounts – Real Accounts – Nominal Accounts; Accounting Rules –Debit Aspect – Credit Aspect.
Cost Accounting and Financial Management
Meaning and Definition, Objectives – Profit Maximization Vs Wealth Maximizations, Functions – Executive and Routine, Scope – Investment, financing, liquidity and dividend decisions, Meaning, Scope, objectives of cost accounting – Comparison with financial and management accounting, Cost classification – According to nature or element Material, Lab our, Expenses; According to function and variability, Meaning and Definition – Features – Utilities and Limitations – Break Even Analysis; Determination of PV Ratio, BEP and Margin of Safety, Meaning and types of financial statements-Objectives, Advantages and Limitations of financial statements analysis, Concept and need for working capital in cooperatives – types of working capital – factors determining working capital requirements – estimation of working capital, Meaning, definition, objectives and features of budget and budgetary control – Classification of budgets – Preparation of Cash budget, sales budget and production budget.