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Digital portal of Central Registrar of Cooperative Societies launched

The main objectives of computerization of the Central Registrar’s Office are Completely paperless application, Automatic compliance to Multi State Co-operative Societies Act (MSCS Act) and Rules, Ease of Doing Business, Digital communication and Transparent processing. This computerization project will prove helpful in new registration.

The digital portal of the Central Registrar of Cooperative Societies (CRCS) office in Pune, Maharashtra has been launched by Union Home Minister and Minister of Cooperation Minister Amit Shah. Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Eknath Shinde and Union Minister of State for Ministry of Cooperation L Verma were also present on the occasion.

Amit Shah in his address said that the culture of cooperatives spread across the country from Maharashtra only and Cooperative model of Maharashtra is taking the cooperative movement forward in the country.

The Union Minister of Cooperation said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has put forth the idea of “Sahkar Se Samriddhi” with immense thinking. He said that in the last 9 years, PM Modi has worked to provide basic facilities to crores of poor people of the country.

Shah further said that 1555 multi-state cooperative societies of the country will be benefited by the portal launched and 42% of these 1555 societies are in Maharashtra only, this shows the strength of cooperative movement in Maharashtra. He said that all the work of these 1555 societies will now be done through this portal.

He went on to say that India has given many success stories of cooperatives like Amul, IFFCO and KRIBHCO to the world.

Shah added that Prime Minister has set a target of making 5 trillion dollar economy and making India the third largest economy in the world, we should set a target for the contribution of the cooperative sector in achieving this goal.

Ministry of Cooperation has taken several initiatives to strengthen the cooperative movement in the country. The main objectives of computerization of the Central Registrar’s Office are Completely paperless application, Automatic compliance to Multi State Co-operative Societies Act (MSCS Act) and Rules, Ease of Doing Business, Digital communication and Transparent processing. This computerization project will prove helpful in new registration.

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