MILMA Organization study

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MILMA KOLLAM DAIRY

CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION

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MILMA KOLLAM DAIRY

INTRODUCTION
The main objective of conducting an organization study is to get familiar with the nature and working of an organization. It helps students to develop a practical as well as a theoretical knowledge. It provides an opportunity to study the activities of an organization by direct observation.
MILMA KOLLAM DAIRY is situated in Kollam district on the banks of Ashtamudi lake, Thevally .It is a welldeveloped and progressing unit of MILMA. It was established in 1985 and it is functioning under the
Trivandrum Region Co-operative Milk Producers Union Ltd (TRCMPU) .The administration of this unit is vested in Board of
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2.1.1 INDIAN DAIRY SECTOR
The dairy sector in the India has shown remarkable development in the past decade and India has now become one of the largest producers of milk and value added milk products in the world. It has come a long way during the post-independence era of acute milk shortage and depended on foreign aid in the form of milk powder to meet the growing milk demand. India‟s milk production in1950-1951 was as low as million tones. Today the country has emerged as the second largest producer in the world. Currently there are over 275 dairy plants 83 milk product factories in co-operative, public and private sector. The tremendous potential of the dairy industry was given a major fill up with former Finance Minister and the current Prime
Minister Dr. Man Mohan Singh‟s move to relicense the milk industry in 1992 .The relicensing of the industry
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MILMA KOLLAM DAIRY enabled a massive flow of private investment organized handling of milk in these sectors would in turn beneficial to the farmers and once these market forces are allowed to operate consumer that would also benefit in terms of quality and price.

2.1.2 ANAND (CO-OPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAME)
The primary co-operative societies are formed by the union in line with Anand pattern with a view to strengthen dairy co-operative society at village level both financially and institutionally. Co-operative development program was started from