Last Updated : 01 Mar. 2024

Coconut Producers' Societies (CPS) / Federations (CPF) / Companies (CPC)

Kerala Tamil Nadu karnataka Andhra Pradesh Odisha West Bengal Maharashtra Gujarat Assam


CPS Model Byelaw & Application Form (English) CP Federation Model Byelaw (English) & Application Form
CPS Renewal Application Form CPF Renewal Application Form

Progress of Coconut Producers' Society, Federation and Company formation in Odisha as on 30-Jun-2018

Sl No. Districts Area (ha) Produ- ction (lakh Prodty (Nuts/ ha) CPS Regd with CPF Regd with CPC Regd
1 Puri 9986 859.47 8607 19
2 Ganjam 7884 594.52 7541 1
3 Cuttack 5616 346.75 6175 1
4 Nayagarh 4876 333.96 6850
5 Kendrapara 2180 145.82 6689 7
6 Balasore 1
Total . 29

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.