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Progress of Coconut Producers' Society, Federation and Company formation in Assam as on 15-Sept-2017
 

Sl
No.
Districts Area (ha) Produ-
ction
(lakh
nuts) 
Prodty
(Nuts/ ha)
CPS
Regd
with
CDB
CPF
Regd
with
CDB
CPC Regd
1 Barpeta 1930 249.96 12952 4    
2 Sonitpur 1882 138.01 7334 1    
3 Nalbari 1380 99.45 7207 1    
4 Kamrup(R) 1253 124.5 9937 4    
5 Baksa 1150 79.84 6943 4    
6 Karimganj 723 24.29 3360 1    
7 Bongaigaon 630 64.44 10229 1    
8 Dhubri 364 38.27.45 10514 1    
9 Dhemaji 104 01.44 1385 2    
10 Darrang 610 44.03 7219 1    
11 Goalpara       1    
12 Hojai       1    
13 Nagaon       1    
  Total       23    

 

The Board has initiated the formation of Coconut Producer Societies (CPS) by associating 40-100 coconut growers in a contiguous area with a consolidated minimum of 4000-5000 palms. The objective is socio economic upliftment of the farmers through productivity improvement, cost reduction, efficient collective marketing and processing and product diversification. A farmer equity contribution is also proposed to be mobilized. A matching equity contribution will be sought from the state Government as a one time assistance for making the CPS effective.

CPS - the concept
A non subsidized knowledge based, farmer centered approach in organizing farmers - Total inclusive growth of the farmers - Facilitation, handholding, nurturing empowering and finally leading to sustainability - Group Approach - Development of Infrastructure - Reduction of wastages - Disintermediation of the supply chain - Product diversification and value addition - Enhanced production, productivity - Market expansion.

CPS the methodology
Organization of farmer in a contiguous area 40-100 farmers - Minimum of 10 bearing palms for a member - Legal status by registration under Charitable Societies Act - Registration with the Board - Common byelaw for all the societies

CPS - the activity
Regular meetings and discussion of activities - Collective purchase of all inputs - Effective pooling of resources like labour - Production planning and marketing plan for CPS - Integration of activities in production and marketing - Synchronizing of harvesting - Small scale processing at CPS level - Networking of CPS to an apex body - Better bye-product utilization - Effective logistics - Generation of rural employment - Enhanced and sustained returns to the farmer.

 

 

 

 

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