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Presented By:

MR. SATISH CHANDPARA


MISS. TWARA GOSWAMI
MR. BHARAT JAIN
MISS. PRACHI JHUNJHUNWALA
MISS. ARTI MURUDKAR
MISS. POOJA SHAH
MR. SIDDHARTH UPPONI
nafed
Background
► Overall Economic
Growth Is Dependent
Upon Agricultural
Growth Particularly in
India.
► Agriculture
Contributes Around
30% to Our GDP.
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Origin
► Established on the auspicious day of Gandhi Jayanti on
2nd October 1958.
► Multi State Co-operative Societies Act.
► Farmers are the main members.
► To promote Co-operative marketing of Agricultural
Produce to benefit the farmers.
► National Level Apex Cooperative Marketing
Federation.
Objectives
► To facilitate, coordinate and promote the marketing
and trading activities of the cooperative institutions in
agricultural and other commodities, articles and
goods.
► To undertake or promote on its own or on behalf of its
member institutions or the Government or
Government Organizations, Inter-State and
international trade and commerce .
► To act as agent of any government agency or
cooperative institution.
► To organize consultancy work in various fields
for the benefit of the cooperative institutions in
general and for its members in particular.
► To undertake manufacture of agricultural
machinery and implements, processing,
packing, etc. up manufacturing units.
► To set up storage units for storing various
commodities and goods.
► To undertake marketing research and
distribution of market intelligence.
► To subscribe to the share capital of other
cooperative institutions as well as other public,
joint and private sector enterprises.
► To guarantee loans or advances or give
undertakings on behalf of any such society or
company as mentioned above to any financing
institutions.
Membership
► State-level general purpose cooperative marketing
federations excluding Union Territories.
► Apex-level cooperative marketing organisations for
Union Territories.
► State and Regional (inter-State) level cooperative
institutions like special commodity federations,
tribal cooperative federations and tribal cooperative
development corporations.
Warehousing
(NWPI) at Vashi
(Mumbai),

► The processing unit working in the complex is meant for


cleaning the Niger seed to the international purity level
before exporting the same. It also has a warehouse and a
bonded warehouse within the precinct.
► Warehouse at Bakshi ka Talab Lucknow (U.P.)
► Warehouse at Morbi (Gujarat)
► General warehouse at Raichur (Karnataka)
► General warehouse at Bhiwadi (Rajasthan)
► Spices Processing
and Warehousing
Complex (Chennai).
Nafed Cold Storages
► Nafed Cold Storage at Lawrence Road, Delhi.

► Cold storage at Vashi (Maharashtra).

► Nafed
Pre-Cooling & Cold Storage at Pimpalgaon
(Maharashtra).

► Nafed Onion Cold Storage at Lawrence Road, Delhi.


Management
► Members of the Board of Directors.
► Chairman and Managing Director.
► 2 Standing committees.
 Business
 Executive
► Boardcan also constitute two more committees/sub-
committees.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
(CHAIRMAN AND MANAGING
DIRECTOR)

STANDING TWO SUB


COMMITTEES -COMMITTEES

EXECUTIVE BUSINESS FINANCE ACCOUNTS


COMMITTEE COMMITTEE &
AUDIT COMMITTEE

PROJECT &
DEVELOPMENT
COMMITTEE
INTERNATIONAL TRADE
► Exclusive International Trade Division at Head Office.
► EXPORT :
 Wheat
 Rice (Basmati / Non Basmati)
 Maize
 Wheat flour
 Pulses like lentils, gram etc.
 HPS Groundnut, Sesame seed, Niger seed
 De-oiled extractions of Soya bean, Castor seed etc.
 Castor oil
 Natural Rubber
 Spices like chilies, turmeric, cardamom, pepper,
coriander, cumin, fennel seed, fenugreek seed etc.
► IMPORT:
 Edible oils, pulses, sugar, garlic etc.
 1000 Mts of Crude Sunflower seed Oil.
FINANCE
ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE YEAR
2004-05
► It registered a turnover of Rs. 2293.16 Cr in 2004-05 as
compared to Rs. 1412.14 Cr of 2003-04 which is a growth of
62% & earned a net profit of Rs. 11.49 Cr.

► The Commercial Business increased to Rs. 1678.51 Cr from


Rs. 850.60 Cr of 2003-04 which is growth of 97%.
Reserve &
Financial Share Net Business
Other Gross/Profit
Year Capital Profit/Loss Turnover
fund
1995-96 409.36 8380.97 2730.60 550.21 61470.28
1996-97 498.63 8854.77 3673.52 1231.76 64290.20
1997-98 624.43 9778.21 3109.44 1131.70 54644.38
1998-99 719.08 10611.39 2250.96 -493.40 46294.06
1999-2000 839.19 10117.99 2936.99 199.64 58105.41
2000-01 855.44 10277.73 3374.00 481.25 107742.14
2001-02 891.41 10691.15 3479.70 354.11 166590.73
2002-03 926.46 10918.74 3618.56 414.30 231182.53
2003-04 1009.31 11007.38 3543.80 318.85 141213.75
2004-05 1069.89 11201.90 5608.25 1148.65 229316.08
MARKETING

► Seeds
 Joint Venture- With Seed Producer.
 Contract Farming Mode - Through societies.
 To Govt Institutions/ Depts. on outsourcing basis.
 As Dealer / Distributor or established seed
companies.
RESEARCH AND
DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
NAFED BAZAARS
► Started in Delhi.
► To the sale of North East Products, NAFED has opened
a separate counter in the Bazaar at Ashram Chowk,
New Delhi.
► Consumer Marketing Division of NAFED is supplying
goods to about 100 reputed Govt. Institutions.
► NAFED brand products in consumer packs.
► Retail Outlets at -
Delhi(4)Shimla(2)Jaipur (1)
NHRDF
► Carries out research and development activities on
various export oriented horticultural crops.

► Onion and garlic major crops.

► Increasing production, productivity, quality.


Nafed Biofertilizer at
Indore (MP)
Case Study
Role of NAFED

► Price Support Program.

► External Trade Support.

► Marketing Channels.
Conclusion
The establishment of co-operative marketing societies
is a crucial step taken to overcome the problems arising
out of the present system of marketing agriculture
produce. The efforts of the government to improve the
marketing system of agricultural commodities have been
only partially successful for marketing of agri-produce.
The process of regulated markets is not uniform in all
areas. Therefore the need for cooperative
organizations is the need of the hour. This organization
can pool the produce of the small farmers, having a
small surplus to market and improve their bargaining
power.
NAFED plays a major role in stabilizing the prices
of agricultural goods and carries out various activities
to regulate the market. Since farmers are the main
members of NAFED its activities are of immense help
to the farmers.