Indian cooperative sector getting positive shaped and diversifying its scope of work. The Indian cooperative sector needs trained cooperative professionals to manage the cooperative sector in a better way. Therefore, to create cooperative professionals, the Ministry of Cooperation can develop the Cooperative Services Commission under which trained cooperative professionals can be developed. There are services like Indian economic services, Indian trade services, Indian agriculture services etc, on the same line there shall be Indian Cooperative services need to be started.
India has all potential to become a global leader in the agriculture sector, provided India needs to improve agriculture sector competitiveness in terms of productivity, technology, infrastructure export etc. It is not possible without active involvement of cooperative societies. Therefore, having cooperative societies at each and every Panchayat will help to uplift the agriculture sector. At present there are 95000 Primary Agricultural Cooperative Societies (PACS) in India and approximately 300000 Gram Panchayats in India. It means still 200000 Primary Agricultural Cooperative Societies (PACS) can be formed. PACS are very much important for improving the competitiveness of India’s agricultural as well as rural economy. It required massive skilled manpower to handle this sector effectively. Therefore, having a Cooperative Services Commission will help to create cooperative professionals as Indian Cooperative Services. It will also attract the best talent in this sector.