ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Bureaucratization, Corruption and Depoliticisation-Changing Profile of Credit Co-operatives in Rural Haryana

and Depoliticisation Changing Profile of Credit Co-operatives in Rural Haryana Surinder S Jodhka Based on a field-study of three villages and three primary agricultural credit societies (PACS) from an agriculturally developed district of Haryana, the article argues that the green revolution technology and the introduction of a new organisational structure in 1976 have brought about significant changes in the working of credit co-operatives. Greater bureaucratisation has led to marginalisation of the elected body in the functioning of the co-operative and has led to the alienation of its members.

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