Regional Directorate, Hyderabad

Name of Regional Directorate: Hyderabad
Jurisdiction: State of Andhra Pradesh & Telangana
Complete Address of Regional Directorate: National Cooperative Development Corporation, No.5-10-193, 2nd Floor, HACA Bhavan, Opp. Public Garden, Saifabad, HYDERABAD-500004
Name of Regional Director: Shri Vamshi Krishna Dubasi
Contact details of Regional Directorate: Ph.: 040-23233760, 09311765342 Fax: 040-23240615,
E-Mail:ro.hyderabad@ncdc.in,

Google Map link (Route map of Directorate):

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Cooperatives in Andhra Pradesh:

 

S.No. Types of Cooperative Societies Functioning Cooperatives
1 Sheep Breeders Cooperatives 2226
2 Fishery Cooperatives 1730
3 Handloom Cooperatives 949
4 Tribal Coops. 1
5 Marketing Coop 13
6 Primary Credit Coop. Societies 2046
7 District Cooperative Central Banks 13
8 State Level Cooperative Organizations 10

Implementation of NCDC Programmes:

Financial support by NCDC:

Up to 31.03.2022, NCDC has provided total disbursement of Rs. 7418.01 crore benefitting various cooperative projects/units in the State of Andhra Pradesh as below:

S.No. Scheme/Activity Cumulative Disbursements as on
31.03.2022(Rs.in crore)
1 Marketing & Inputs 2896.48
2 Processing 690.04
3 Storage 37.94
4 Consumers 3.5
5 Weaker Sections 413.16
6 Promotional & Dev. Programmes 1.65
7 ICDP 425.30
8 Computerisation & others etc. 1.77
9 Fruits & Vegetables 0.05
10 Industrial & Service Cooperatives 2152.95
11 Yuva Sahakar 0.17
12 MIS 1.77
13 Service & Agri. Credit 2947.95
  Total 7418.01

 

 

Achievements during last 5 years (Up to 31.03.2022):

YEAR                                     Assistance  (Rs. in crore)
                                       Sanctions Disbursements
              Number            Amount
2017-18         14         1273.80      916.50
2018-19         7         1327.56      719.63
2019-20         7         422.61      405.62
2020-21         7         582.00      603.98
2021-22         11         5890.75      2831.59

                                                                 

 

                                                                  Sector wise cumulative disbursements
                                                                          Cumulative Disbursements 

 

Highlights of the programmes assisted and other relevant Achievements/ issues during the last 5 years (2017-18 to 2021-22) in the State of Andhra Pradesh:

  •    NCDC has sanctioned an amount of Rs.220.00 crore (comprising of Rs.165.00 crore as Loan & Rs.55.00 crore as CSISAC Subsidy towards implementation of potential wise Small Ruminants Development Project in 11 Districts of Andhra Pradesh.
  •  During the year 2019-20, the Indira Kranthi Mutually Aided Cooperative Consumer Stores Ltd., Ponnur, Guntur District, Andhra Pradesh has been sanctioned Rs.31.60 lakh (comprising of Rs.23.70 lakh as Loan & Rs.7.90 lakh as Subsidy) for establishment Mini Dal Mill in the ambit of “YuvaSahakar” under Direct Funding. This Directorate on 03.10.2019 & legal documents were executed on 23/24.12.2019. Further, NCDC has released Rs.27.65 lakh (comprising of Rs.23.70 lakh as loan & Rs.3.95 lakh as Subsidy) as of now. 
  •  Andhra Pradesh is implementing 2nd phase ICDP in 3 Districts, i.e. Kurnool, East Godavari & Chittoor District.
  •   NCDC has sanctioned an amount of Rs 194.44 crore (Rs.161.41 cr as Loan & Rs. 33.03 cr as Subsidy) for implementation of 2nd phase of ICDP in East Godhavari district of Andhra Pradesh in which an amount of Rs. 93.48 cr (Rs. 85.88 cr as Loan & Rs.7.61 cr as subsidy) has been released till now.
  •  NCDC has sanctioned an amount of Rs 176.55 crore (Rs.139.51 cr as Loan & Rs. 37.04 cr as Subsidy) for implementation of 2nd phase of ICDP in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh in which an amount of Rs. 70.84 cr (Rs. 62.71 cr as Loan & Rs.8.13 cr as subsidy) has been released till now.
  • NCDC has sanctioned an amount of Rs 224.56 crore (Rs.181.68 cr as Loan & Rs. 42.89 cr as Subsidy) for implementation of 2nd phase of ICDP in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh in which an amount of Rs. 114.89 cr (Rs. 104.28 cr as Loan & Rs.10.61 cr as subsidy) has been released till now.
  • Under SAHAKAR-22, target was overachieved by covering 258 societies out of 250 for nurturing of primary cooperatives in FY 2021-22.
  •   During 2021-22, RTC Hyderabad has conducted 11 training programmes for the co-operators/ representatives of PACS.
  • Providing NEDAC membership to six federations of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
  •  Nearly 15 Cooperative Federations/Societies participated in IICTF 2019 from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Telangana state also received the ‘Award for Excellence’ at the event.
  •  Promoted cooperative movement in the State at all levels i.e. from Primary to Apex Federation.

New Initiatives in the Region during Year F.Y. 2020-21:

  • Establishment of Agro Processing Units/ FPOs for value addition.
  • Promoting activities under AYUSHMAN / YUVA Sahakar / SAHAKAR MITRA.
  •  Awareness cum Training Programme on Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana.

Initiatives for development of Aspirational Districts (identified by NITI Aayog) through Cooperatives:

As on 31.03.2022, financial assistance of Rs 9.45 crore has been disbursed in the Aspirational districts of Andhra Pradesh.

Name of Aspirational Districts Project details Name of beneficiary Disbursements (Rs. In Crore)
YSR Kadapah Small Ruminant development project in 11 districts of AP Andhra Pradesh Sheep & Goat development Cooperative Federation 2.02
Visakhapatnam 3.05
Vizianagaram 4.38
TOTAL 9.45

 

Development Opportunities in the State through Cooperatives:

•    The traditional areas like Storage and Agro Processing will be given further boost in the State.
•    The potential of Weaker Section Cooperatives like Dairy, Livestock, Tribal, Handlooms and Fishery will be further tapped. 
•    Working Capital needs of Marketing & Inputs Cooperatives as well as District Cooperative Central Banks (DCCBs) will be further explored. 
•    2nd Phase of ICD Projects in potential District like Chittoor, East Godavari and Kurnool District in Andhra Pradesh  State will receive increased attention. 
•    Potential of Consumer Cooperatives will be further explored by funding through District Cooperative Marketing Societies based on merit of each case. 
•    State-wide Integrated Development for identified sectors/ activities through Cooperative structure.
•    SAHAKAR-22.
•    PMMSY/AYUSHMAN/ YUVA SAHAKAR.

Success stories:

•    Andhra Pradesh Stree Nidhi credit cooperative Federation Ltd. :

           The SHGs in Andhra Pradesh are federated into Village Organisations (VOs) and Slum Level Federations (SLFs), These VOs and SLFs are further federated into Mandal Samakhyas (MSs) and Town Level Federations (TLFs) repectively. There are about 8.12 lakhs SHGs with total membership of 89.01 lakh SHG members in rural as well as urban area of AP.
            Andhra Pradesh Stree Nidhi credit cooperative Federation Ltd., Vijayawada, provides timely and affordable credit to the poor SHG women as a part of the overall strategy of SERP for poverty alleviation. SHGs are comfortable to access hassle free credit from Stree Nidhi as and when they require and therefore do not see any need to borrow from other sources at usurious rates of interest. Stree Nidhi is in a position to extend credit to the SHG women even in far flung areas of the state within 48 hours to meet credit needs for Livelihood activities. As credit availability is linked to grading of MS and VOs, community is keen to improve functioning of the same to access higher amount of credit limits from Stree Nidhi.

           The Andhra Pradesh State Stree Nidhi Credit Cooperative Federation Ltd., has availed a Short Term Working Capital Assistance of Rs.795.00 crore from NCDC under Direct Funding Scheme by way of hypothecation of Book Debts/Receivables during the financial year-2021-22.  
 

•    Kommugudem Large Sized Cooperative Credit Society Limited


                    Kommugudem LSCS is located in Tadepalligudem Mandal of West Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh and was established in the year 1956.The LSCS has taken initiative in converting itself into a Multi Service Centre. The LSCS has 13 villages and 4600 households in its area of operation with a total extent of 17000 acres land.  The Land is irrigated  aided by bore wells.  The crops grown are , Paddy,  Sugarcane maize and Horticultural crops.

•    Best Society Award by APCOB for the year 2019-20
•    National Award by NAFSCOB for the year 2018-19

     The PACS has established the following Multi services.

•    Weigh Bridges
•    Super Bazaar
•    Cattle feed mixing Plant and supply of Branded packaged feed.
•    Supply of Chaff Cutters    
•    Supply of veterinary supplements
•    Supply of single wheel Trolleys
•    Supply of fertilizer
•    Supply of  Pesticide
•    Supply of seed

       NCDC has sanctioned financial assistance of Rs. 80.00 lakh ( Loan – Rs.64.00 lakh & Subsidy – Rs. 16.00 lakh)  towards margin money assistance towards development of Non-credit business activities under Direct funding scheme of NCDC during the FY 2017-18.

Further, NCDC has Sanctioned a financial assistance of Rs 14.875 lakh to the Society towards construction of 350 MT Capacity godown in Pattempalem Village at a Block Cost of Rs 17.50 lakh under Direct Funding Scheme of NCDC during the FY 2019-20.

Further, NCDC has Sanctioned of financial assistance of Rs. 14.875 lakh to the Society towards construction of 350 MT Capacity godown at Apparaopeta village, at a Block Cost of Rs. 17.50 lakh under Direct Funding Scheme of NCDC during the FY 2019-20.
 

Telangana
Cooperatives in Telangana:

S.No. Category of Societies Number of Societies
1 Dairy Coops 2035
2 Fishery Cooperatives 4615
3 Marketing Coops 9
4 Primary Credit Coop. Societies 906
5 Tribal Coops 1
6 District Cooperative Central Banks 9
7 State Level Cooperative Organizations 10
8 Sheep Breeders Cooperatives 8372
9 Handloom Coops 1267
  Total 65072

Implementation of NCDC Programmes:

Financial support by NCDC:

Up to 31.03.2022, NCDC has provided total disbursement of Rs. 15790.85 crore benefitting various cooperative projects/units in the State of Telangana as below:

S.No. Scheme/Activity Cumulative Disbursements as on
31.03.2022(Rs.in crore)
1 Marketing & Inputs 8390.29
2 Processing
i)  Oilseeds
ii) Cattle Feed Mixing Unit
iii)Maize/Seed Processing  Unit 
 
361.70
3 Storage 30.99
4 Rural Consumers 2.36
5 Weaker Section
i) Livestock
ii) Handlooms
5535.48
6 Promotional & Dev. Programmes 0.88
7 ICDP in selected districts 104.19
8 Computerisation & others etc. 1.47
9 Industrial & Service Cooperatives 1363.39
10 Corporate Social Responsibility 0.10
11 Yuva Sahakar  
  Total 15790.85

 

Sector wise cumulative disbursements
Cumulative Disbursements as on 31.03.2021 (Rs in Crore)

Achievements during last 5 years (Up to 31.03.2022):    

YEAR                                     Assistance  (Rs. in crore)
                                       Sanctions Disbursements
              Number            Amount
2017-18         12         1019.11     2789.21
2018-19         17         6690.85      6429.33
2019-20         8        3853.27     3568.83
2020-21         14         5755.02      739.88
2021-22         9         990.11      1092.20

 

Highlights of the programmes assisted and other relevant Achievements/ issues during the last 5 years (2017-18 to 2021-22):


•    NCDC has sanctioned Rs.1252.91 crore (comprising of Rs.917.49 crore as Loan & Rs.335.42 crore as Subsidy) to the Telangana State Dairy Development Cooperative Federation Limited (TSDDCF) for Induction of Milch animals through Dairy Cooperatives in the State of Telangana under Direct Funding Scheme of NCDC on State Government Guarantee. Out of that on the request of Federation, NCDC has released a part amount of Rs.393.80 Crore (comprising of Rs.370.00 crore as Loan & Rs.23.80 crore as subsidy) as of now.

•    NCDC has sanctioned the financial assistance of Rs. 4000.00 crore {(comprising of Rs. 3000.00 crore as Loan (60%) & Rs.1000.00 crore as CSISAC Subsidy (20%) to Telangana State Sheep and Goat Development Cooperative Federation Ltd. (TSSGDCFL) for grounding of four lakh Sheep Rearing Units of 20+1 size with an outlay of Rs. 5000.00 crore for the benefit of four lakh members of Primary Sheep Breeders Cooperative Societies (PSBCSs) during 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19 in 30 districts of Telangana under Direct Funding Scheme of NCDC on State Government Guarantee. Out of which the Federation has availed Rs.3955.91228 Crore (comprising of Rs.3000.00 crore as Loan; Rs.832.93029 crore as interest bearing loan from subsidy portion & Rs.122.98199 crore as Subsidy) as of now. 

•    NCDC has sanctioned Rs. 800.00 crore (comprising of Rs. 600.00 crore as Loan & Rs. 200.00 crore as Subsidy) to Telangana State Fishermen Cooperative Societies Federation Ltd. (TSCOF) under Direct Funding for the benefit of fishermen in all the districts of Telangana. Out of which the Federation has availed Rs.745.59112 crore (comprising of Rs.600 crore as loan; Rs.112.23305 crore as interest bearing loan from subsidy portion & Rs. 33.35807 crore as subsidy) as of now. 

•    Under SAHAKAR-22, target was overachieved by covering 258 societies out of 250 for nurturing of primary cooperatives in FY 2021-22.
•    During 2021-22, RTC Hyderabad has conducted 11 training programmes for the co-operators/ representatives of PACS.
•    Providing NEDAC membership to six federations of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
•    Nearly 15 cooperative federations/societies participated in IICTF 2019 from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. 
•    Promoted cooperative movement in the state at all levels i.e. from Primary to Apex Federation.

New Initiatives in the Region during F.Y. 2021-22:
•    Establishment of Agro Processing Units/ FPOs for value addition.
•    Promoting activities under AYUSHMAN / YUVA Sahakar / SAHAKAR MITRA.
•    Awareness cum Training Programme on Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana.
 

 

Initiatives for development of Aspirational Districts (identified by NITI Aayog) through Cooperatives:

State of Telangana: Under SAHAKAR 22, the financial assistance in Aspirational districts is Rs.300.39 crores for the state of Telangana as of 31.03.2022.

Name of Aspirational Districts Project details Name of beneficiary Amount Disbursements(Rs in Crore)
Asifabad Livestock Development project in 30 districts of Telangana Telangana State Sheep & Goat development Cooperative Federation 27.21
Bhoopalpalli 65.45
Khammam 145.78
Asifabad Induction of Milch Animals through dairy cooperatives in Telangana Telangana State Dairy development Cooperative Federation -
Bhoopalpall 0.43
Khammam 4.38
TOTAL 243.25

 

Development Opportunities in the State through Cooperatives: 
•    The traditional areas like Storage and Agro Processing will be given further boost in the State.
•    The potential of weaker section cooperatives like dairy, livestock, tribal, handlooms and fishery will be further tapped. 
•    Working Capital needs of marketing & inputs cooperatives as well as District Cooperative Central Banks (DCCBs) will be further explored. 
•    2nd Phase of ICD Projects in potential District like Chittoor, East Godavari and Kurnool District in Andhra Pradesh  State will receive increased attention. 
•    Potential of consumer cooperatives will be further explored by funding through District cooperative marketing societies based on merit of each case. 
•    State-wide integrated development for identified sectors/ activities through Cooperative structure.
•    SAHAKAR-22.
•    PMMSY/AYUSHMAN/ YUVA SAHAKAR.
 

Success Stories:
Telangana Stree Nidhi Credit Cooperative Federation Limited, Hyderabad

         The SHGs in Telangana, in rural area are federated into Village Organisations (VOs) at village level and Mandal Samakhyas (MSs) at Mandal level. Likewise, SHGs in urban area are federated into Slum Level Federations (SLFs) at slum level and Town Level Federations (TLFs) at Town level. The membership of Mandal Samakhyas and Town Level Federations (TLFs) stands at 613 in TS StreeNidhi.

         The Telangana State Stree Nidhi Credit Cooperative Federation Ltd., Hyderabad, is aimed at providing timely, adequate and low cost credit – adhering to basic tenets of credit delivery system, focussing on livelihood financing and credit plus services for impact creation, providing saving avenues to the poor& providing financial services at village/slum level.

         It covers all the 32 districts of Telangana State. The Managing Committee of Stree Nidhi consists of 12 Directors elected by representatives of Mandal Samakhyas and Town Level Federations, three members nominated by State Govt., three special invitees and Managing Directors as ex-officio member.
         Audit Classification for last 5 years – “A”
 

NCDC Assistance

TS Stree Nidhi has availed NCDC assistance as per the following details:

Year Financial Assistance by NCDC Purpose of Loan
2016-17 Rs.100.00 crore Short Term Working Capital Assistance
2017-18 Rs.200.00 crore
2018-19 Rs.200.00 crore
2019-20 Rs.200.00 crore
2020-21 Rs.495.00 crore

 

 

Activities carried out by members of TS StreeNidhi

 

Telangana Cooperative Oilseeds Growers’ Federation Limited

The Telangana State Cooperative Oilseeds Growers Federation Ltd., (TS Oilfed), is a State Level Cooperative Organization formed with the support of National Dairy Development Board during 1980 in the erstwhile Andhra Pradesh for the development of Oilseeds growers in the State. 
    The New Oil Palm Plant of 30TPH expandable upto 60TPH was commissioned in April 2017 with NCDC financial assistance of Rs 64.60 crore and the plant processed 80,000 MTs of Fresh Fruit Bunches (FFB) in 2017-18 successfully with better Oil Extraction Ratio (OER) and is paying best FFB prices to the farmers. 
    Keeping in view, the requirements of the Bhadradri Kothagudem, Khammam and districts Oilpalm farmers, Federation has expanded existing palm oil mill from 15TPH to 30TPH capacity at Aswaraopet with NCDC assistance of Rs.14.87 crore in the year 2016 and the plant processed 62,000 MTs of FFB successfully in 2017-18 with better OER.