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Mahamana Innovative Technologies Welfare Society (MITWS) is an association of researchers and teachers, most of them are working as regular employee in various academic and research institutes. It was registered on 14 September 2012 under Society Act, Sec 21, 1860 at Nawabganj, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, India. MITWS members include government/private organization representative involve in science, technology, and social welfare programs, research scientists, managers, technicians, private consultants, educators, enforcement personnel, information specialists and students. The activities of MITWS are carrying purely as a service for the humanity. We are acting as a bridge between academic and industries and contributing a important role for engaging a number of people in the process of nation building. The core working domains of MITWS are education and research.

Tuesday 12 May 2020

Nawabganj Sabjee Cooperative: For Online Systematic Sells and Distribution of Vegetables, Fruits, and Value Added Products

“Local to global, doesn't mean Isolation. It is about innovation, competition, decentralization, employment, and better life”

Nawabganj Sabjee Cooperative
Bijouriya Chauraha, Station Road, Nawabganj, Bareilly

(A Digital Online Community Startup for Sales and Distribution of vegetables/fruits and Value Added Products)

Supported under entrepreneurship development program of MITWS

The youths of Bijauriya, Nawabganj are getting consultancy and support for establishing a community startup "NAWABGANJ SABJEE COOPERATIVE" based on agricultural products. 

 Activities and Benefit

1. Convert unorganized workforce of Bijauriya and nearby areas as a systematic new community startup.
2. Associating vegetable and fruits cultivating farmers to work as a cooperative society reduces the daily challenges the farmer faces.
3.  Proper scientific guidance so that the cost reduction, higher yield of crops and better post harvesting storage.
4. Better opportunities will be develop for the marketing and distribution of the products.
5.   Engagement of many unemployed youths in the various activities and provide them jobs.
6.    Taking various steps for increasing the family income by engaging them in various activities in free time from the farm activities.
7.   Facilitate the job creation at village level so we can facilitate the reduction of migration of people from village to city.
8.  Providing a feeling of pride to work as a group under a single umbrella and they get recognition in the society.
9.  This platform makes it easy to apply for funding support and benefits under various government schemes.
10.  An online system will be developed for collection of orders and home delivery of vegetables and fruits.
11. Managing the locally available resources of the village for the commutative development of every individual of the village and the associated member of the cooperatives.
12.  Identify the prospective for establishing other industries based on processing of agricultural products as value added products, and explore the market for its sale and distribution at reasonable price.
13. Processing of seasonal vegetables under solar thermal drying in hygienic condition, packaging and marketing. Women self support groups will develop and engage them in home based work which improve their income and empower them.
14. Motivate and facilitate farmers for adopting organic farming and limit the use of chemical fertilizer and pesticide.
15. Organize and participate in events/activities related with the welfare of farmers, rural people.
16.Participate in the activities for environment protection for sustainability.
17.Provide scientific training related to organic farming for selected and interested farmers.
18.Explore the opportunities to implement mushroom cultivation, vermicompost, bio diesel production, Bio-Gas and others

Number of total member of the team: 30
Team members name
1.      Vishnu Maurya
2.      Pawan Maurya
3.      Sagar Maurya
4.      Ramu
5.      Sunny Maurya
6.      Karan Rastogee
7.      Harpal Gangawar
8.      Vijay Kumar Maurya
9.      Asharfi Lal
10.  Surender Pal 
11.  Situ Gangawar
12.  Suresh Maurya
13.  Bhagwan Das
14.  Angan Lal Maurya
15.  Surender Pal Maurya
16.  Dinesh Kumar Gangwar
17.  Arpit Gangwar
18.  Kausal Gangwar
19.  Navneet Gangwar
20.  Uma Sankar Gangawar
21.  Anil Gangawar
22.  Akash Gangwar
23.  Hardev Gangwar
24.  Santosh Gangwar
25.  Bhim Sen Maurya
26.  Mathura Prasad Morya
27. Prasadi Lal Morya
28. Ajay Maurya
29. Deepak Maurya
30. Narender Gangwar
31. Raj Kumar


MITWS is providing all type of support for establishing this project

  • Training on technical and managerial skills
  • Project formation and implementation.
  • fund raising activity.
  • Arrange consultants and other advisors.
  • Support for strategy development.
  • Facilitate designing the marketing and selling methodology
  • Supervise the smooth running of this project.
  • Provide all type scientific consultancy and training.
  • Design Mobile app and Website.
  • Providing internet and computer facilities.
  • Provide legal and documentation support.
MITWS technical experts support this project
Er. Sri Krishna
Mr. Arvind Kumar
Er. Rajinder Kumar
Er. D.P. Singh
Er. Suman Lata
Er. Sumit Kumar

Member of Nawabganj Sabjee with their delivery E-Riksha

Any funding partner who are willing to participate in this project of MITWS are welcome.

For more details you can call:
 Dr. Karan Pratap Singh, 09457566259


To form or setup a co-operative society one has to follow certain set rules or guidelines which have to be followed in sequential order which will be dealt in the latter part of this paper, but firstly it is important to ascertain the n haveature and importance or advantages of forming a society in present scenario over other business structures.
The co-operative movement started because to protect the interests of weaker sections of society. The primary or main objective of this movement is ‘how to protect economically weaker sections of society’ from the middlemen who gain illegally by eating away the major chunk of the profits. In all forms of business structures whether be it is a sole trade, partnership or joint stock company, the primary motive is to increase profits.
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The laws governing the societies are “THE co-operative societies act, 1912[1]” which is a central Act formed by the Union with the liberty to the concerned states to form their State Act governing the societies to suit their local conditions but the condition being that it should not be in derogation to the central Act. Many states have enacted their own co-operative society Act and rules there under but more or less the requirements to be met by persons who want to form the society remains the same.
Promotion of its object, self-help and mutual aid are the fundamental principles of co-operation. The objectives of commercial organization and co-operative organizations are fundamentally different. In a commercial organization, earning and maximizing the profits can be the sole motive but whereas in a co-operative organization profit cannot or should not be the sole motive. It should almost in all circumstances conduct itself in a business like a manner in attaining its objectives efficiently.

Laws Applicable to Co-Operative Society

The Cooperative Societies Act, 1912 expanded the sphere of cooperation between its members and provided for supervision by central organization. A cooperative society, which has its object the promotion of the economic interests of its members in accordance with the co-operative principles may be registered with limited or unlimited liability by filing application to the registering authority with requisite documents to be submitted by them
A Co-operative Society has to conduct itself  as  per the following listed below:
  1. Co-operative Societies Act under which the same is registered whether it be under state Act or Cental Act.
  2. Co-operative Societies rules made there under whether it be central or state rules
  3. Bye-laws approved by the registrar at the time of registration and amendments made from time to time and approved by the registrar, these bye-laws have to be formed by the concerned members themselves and present it to the registration authority for its approval.
  4. Notification and Orders by the concerned Government.

    The following steps have to be followed while forming a Co-operative society, they are

    Step 1: Ten Individuals together who are desirous of forming a Society

    To form a society, law mandates that 10 members minimum must show intention to be part of the society having same aim and objective to be achieved through the society for their mutual benefit and thereby be desirous to be part of it.

    Step 2: Provisional Committee to select Chief Promoter

    Once a group of individuals have a desire to form a society the next step should be there must be a provisional committee of which everyone is part of and all of them should by mutual consent or by majority whichever their prefer must choose a person who will be a chief promoter of the society which is going to be formed by them.

    Step 3: A Name for the Society has to be selected

    Thereafter once a chief promoter is selected by set of individuals among them, they have to select a name for the co-operative society which they wish to form

    Step 4: Application has to be made to the Registration Authority

    Once the name of the society is selected by the members then they have to make a application to the registration authority stating that they have a intention to form a society and the name of the society has to be given to the authority for its approval and registering authority has to confirm that name is in conformity with laws and issue a confirmation certificate to the members. Then when the members get their name approval from the authority it is valid for 3 months from the date of approval.

    Step 5: entrance fees and share capital

    Thereafter once name approval comes from the concerned authority, the entrance fee and the share capital must be collected from the concerned prospective members to meet the statutory requirements under law and it can be prescribed by the members themselves or society act mandates certain fees to be paid by them.

    Step 6: Bank Account

    Thereafter once the prescribed fee and share capital is collect from the prospective members, then as per the directions of the registering authority promoter has to open a bank account in the name of the society and deposit the said fees and share capital in that account and a certificate has to be obtained from the bank to that effect

    Step 7: Application for registration

    Once the bank formalities are completed then the promoter has to apply for the society formation to the registration authority and it has to be accompanied with set of documents, they are
     Form No. A in quadruplicate signed by 90% of the promoter members
    1. List of promoter members
    2. Bank Certificate
    3.  Detailed explanation of working of the society.
    4.  Four copies of proposed bye-laws of the society.
    5. Proof of payment of registration charges.
    6. other documents such as affidavits, indemnity bonds, any documents specified by the Registrar also have to be submitted.
    All these documents have to be submitted at the time of applying for registration of the society to the registering authority and the authority after it is satisfied with the documents submitted to it has to apply its mind to whether or not to register the said society.

    Step 8: Registrar has to acknowledge

    After the submission of the said documents has mentioned in step 7, the registrar of that municipal ward has to enter the particulars in the book called the “register of Application” which is generally specified in form B and give it a serial number to the application. Thereafter the registrar has to issue a receipt to that effect and give it to prospective members to know the status of the application when it is pending.
    Then the registrar after perusal of the records submitted to him/her has to make a decision whether has to issue a certificate of registration or not and if there are any discrepancies noticed then he/she has to inform the members of the same and get it rectified if any.

    Step 9: Registration

    Last step is that the registering authority after being satisfied with the documents meeting the legal requirements will notify the registration of the society in the official gazette mentioned by the state or central government and should issue the registration certificate of the society and give it to the members of the society.


    In India, Co-operative Societies were regarded as ideal instruments to motivate the people to come together and help themselves in the process of eliminating the unscrupulous middlemen making a huge profit at the expense of the society.
    The main guiding factor if an individual or group of individuals want to form a society must be whether all the concerned members have common goal to achieve or not, it is important factor because only when they share common desire or intention then only society is desirable otherwise the whole purpose of forming a society will be defeated.
    Societies like any other business structure come with certain advantages and disadvantages, they are:


    • Cooperative stores supply quality goods unlike other shops wherein adulterated foods maybe given to its consumers and thus saved them from adulteration and other malpractices.
    • As consumers or members of the society are the owners and managers of such stores, genuine requirements of the majority of consumers can be met. In other words, goods required by a majority of the customers or members of the society are always dealt by such stores.
    • Cooperative societies are an important form of democratic business enterprise because ownership is not vested in one person completely so as a result, no single group can secure control over the organisation.


    • It only caters to the needs of small and medium-income groups so when there are large group with higher economic interest then it is preferable to choose another business model.
    • There is much dependence on the honesty, integrity and loyalty of members and workers and once there are trust issues between the members it is hard to transact business thereafter.
    • It is limited to certain objectives hence profits are minimal.
    • Management of society usually rests in the hands of people with less managerial experience due to which society will suffer and many do not invest in hiring professionals to handle the society due to lack of funds or interest so henceforth growth of the society maybe put to stake by its own members.
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