Organizations of Indian Government

The organizations of Indian Government assist the Indian administration to pursue realistic development goals. Most of the Indian government organizations take the form of co-operatives.

The organizations of Indian Government are engaged in the betterment of the Indian economy. The co-operatives are independent legal entities and are capable of taking independent crucial decisions. Almost all of the organizations of Indian Government are controlled by its members. The continued success of these organizations is a pointer to their success of intimate contact with the common Indian populace. The gamut of Indian government organizations runs from agriculture to culture. Modern thrust areas like sports, tourism and health also come under the ambit of the organizations of Indian Government.

The Indian Government licensed co-operatives are divided into two empirical types: central co-operatives and state co-operatives. The non-comprehensive list of organizations of Indian Government includes the following:
  • Indian Farmers Fertilizers Co-operative Limited (IFFCO)
  • National Agricultural Co-operative Marketing Federation of India (NAFED)
  • National Co-operative Development Corporation (NCDC)
  • National Co-operative Union of India
  • Repatriates Co-operative Finance and Development Bank Limited
  • Tamil Nadu Handicrafts Industrial Co-operative Marketing Federation
  • Co-operation and Civil Supplies Department, Lakshadweep
  • Co-operation Department, Meghalaya
  • International Co-operative Alliance Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (ICAROAP)
  • National Dairy Development Board (NDDB)

Last Updated on 1st Oct 2012