Co-operation means living, thinking and working together. In its technical sense, it denotes a special method of doing business. Co-operation is the cornerstone of social development, no matter where in the world. People create societies through cooperation, and no actor can manage this process on their own. They can only achieve this through good co-operation relationships at the local level, within entire societies and increasingly across national borders.
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2. Principles of Co-operation
3. Indian Co-operative Movement
4. Co-operative societies Act, 1912
5. The Multi-State Co-operative Societies Act
6. Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act, 1960
7. Types of Co-operative Society
8. Functions, Progress and Problems of Co-operative Societies
9. Co-operative Education and Training
10. Contribution to the Development of Co-operative Movement in
11. Rural Development
12. Contribution to the Rural Development in India
13. Rural Development & Panchayat Raj
14. Rural Development through People's Participation
15. Globalisation and Rural Development