TO STUDY THE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED DAIRY SECTOR OF GUJARAT

Durgaben Ghanchi

Abstract


India has emerged today as the largest producer of milk in the world. This has been achieved through “operation flood” one of the world’s largest dairy development programmes, which created strong linkages between the rural producers and urban consumers. The Indian dairy sector contributes a large share in the agriculture at Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The present study deals with performance appraisal of co-operative dairy industry of Gujarat State which are engaged in processing and selling of milk and milk products. For these purpose nine leading co-operative dairy units are selected which are associated with GCMMF. For analyzing the performance of dairy units of Gujarat state, the data related to all the nine district co-operative dairy units for the past ten years viz. 2009-10 to 2019-20 have been collected.


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Financial, Dairy, Gujarat, Co-operative

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