MANAGEMENT OF CO-OPERATIVES
University pattern - 60 Marks
- Q.No. 1 and 2 are compulsory
- Out of remaining five questions i.e., Q No. 3 to 7 (both inclusive )
attempt any three questions
- Question no 1 would carry 10 marks (5 short answers - 2 marks each
- Question no. 2 would carry 20 marks of case study
- Question 3 to 7 would carry 10 marks each long Answer.
Chapter wise Question Bank
PART I – INTRODUCTION , HISTORY AND THEORY
1) Define Co-operation Movement and state its features and
2) Explain all the Principles of Co-operation.(same as the principles
3) What are the qualities of an effective leader in co-operative
4) Explain the problems faced by co-operative society in India. What
steps can be taken to strengthen the co operative movement in
5) Trace out the history of co-operative movement in India.(different
6) Explain the emergence of co-operative movement in England.
7) “The philosophy of co-operation attempts to outline a rationale and
constructive approach to socio economic problems”. Discuss.
8) How have the five year plans contributed to the development of the
co operative movement beginning fro the first five year plan?
1) Spell out the three most important aspects of co operation.
2) Outline the principle of democratic management in co
3) Name any four characteristics of co operatives
4) Concept of open membership
5) What do you mean by co operation among co operatives?
6) What are the benefits of co operative to the society
7) “ The philosophy of co operation attempts to outline a
rationale and constructive approach to socio economic
8) Trace out the history of co operative movement in India
9) Discuss the main problems involved in effectively managing
co operatives in India?
PART II – SECTORAL STUDY (DIFFERENT TYPES OF COOPERATIVES)
I - Credit Co-operatives
1. What are the recommendation of the rural credit survey