BY KS NEWS DESK
Pulwama, July 20: In a significant step towards fostering cooperative development and empowering local communities, the Jammu and Kashmir Rural Livelihoods Mission (JKRLM) Pulwama joined hands with the Cooperative Department to organize a day-long programme at DMMU Pulwama. The event aimed at enlightening cluster coordinators and office bearers of cluster level federations (CLF) of JKRLM Pulwama about the advantages, prerequisites, and registration procedures for becoming cooperatives. JKRLM Pulwama,Cooperative Deptt Join Hands to Boost Nodal CLF Registrations as Cooperatives
Key officials from the Cooperative Department, including Mr. Haseeb Ahmad, Assistant Registrar cooperatives, and Mushtaq Ahmad, Supervisor Cooperatives Pulwama, graced the occasion and provided valuable insights. The programme was also attended by MIS, block programme managers, and district programme managers of JKRLM Pulwama, and SHG leaders, gathered at the event to understand benefits and procedures of registering Nodal CLFs as cooperatives.
Mr. Haseeb, Assistant Registrar from the Cooperative Department, addressed the audience, shedding light on the transformative power of cooperatives in fostering community-driven growth. He emphasized the cooperative model’s role in promoting sustainable development and empowering individuals economically.
Furthermore, Mushtaq Ahmad, Supervisor Cooperatives Pulwama, also played a crucial role in the programme. His expertise and experience provided a comprehensive understanding of the registration process, simplifying the complexities for the attendees.
The event received an overwhelmingly positive response from the community representatives. The attendees expressed their gratitude to Mr. Haseeb and Mushtaq Ahmad for their informative presentations, which have significantly demystified the registration process. They highlighted how this knowledge sharing would expedite the registration process of CLFs as cooperatives.
The convergence between JKRLM Pulwama and the Cooperative Department has the potential to drive SHG members of JKRLM to new heights. By encouraging the formation of cooperatives, the initiative aims to further enhance collective decision-making, resource pooling, and skill development among community members. The process of registering CLFs as cooperatives is expected to create a conducive environment for economic growth and social upliftment among benefeciaries.
The collaborative day-long programme between JKRLM Pulwama and the Cooperative Department has laid the foundation for accelerating the registration of Nodal CLFs as cooperatives. With an informed and motivated community, the region is poised to witness further positive changes in livelihoods and economic prosperity. The commitment of officials and the enthusiasm of participants have set a promising trajectory for rural development in Pulwama.