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Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupati (2012)

A STUDY ON IMPACT OF DAIRY COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN THE EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN – “SUCCESS STORY OF MULUKANOOR WOMEN COOPERATIVE DAIRY”

SURESH RATHOD

Titre : A STUDY ON IMPACT OF DAIRY COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN THE EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN – “SUCCESS STORY OF MULUKANOOR WOMEN COOPERATIVE DAIRY”

Auteur : SURESH RATHOD

Université de soutenance : Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupati

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 2012

Résumé partiel
The present study aimed to investigate the impact of dairy cooperative societies in the empowerment of women by taking the success story of “Mulukanoor Women Cooperative Dairy” situated at Mulukanoor village of Bheemdevarpally mandal, Karimnagar district in Andhra Pradesh by adopting Ex. post–facto design. The study was conducted in 40 villages, 50 each from 40 villages equal to 2000 members and 850 non members selected randomly and the data was collected by pretested interview schedules developed for a detailed study on the perceptions of members about dairying from both members and non members. The study also emphasized the problems faced in cooperatives, technical know how on the feeding, breeding, health care management of dairy animals. The successful factors attributed to socio economic upliftment of the women members in the areas of input services and marketing provided by MWCD were identified and analyzed. The milk production, consumption and disposal pattern among the member groups Vs non member groups and cost economics of milk production were calculated. Required information was also collected from Mulukanoor Dairy Cooperative Society (union) Annual Administrative and Financial Reports from 2002-2010. The data obtained were analyzed by suitable standard statistical procedures, Cobb-Douglas production function for analyzing optimal resource use efficiency, qualitative methods to measure the Standard Plate Count (SPC), Coliform and MBRT both at society level and union level. Final conclusions were drawn and suggestions were given in a module for further improvement of MWCD.

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