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An Analytical Study of Present Status, Problems and Prospects of Computerization in Selected Sugar Factories in Vidarbha

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  • G. H. Raisoni Institute of Business Management, Jalgaon, India
  • Smt. L.R.T. College of Commerce, Akola, India

Abstract


The co-operative sugar factories movements are well established in Maharashtra and further in many other areas. These movements changes lives of many people. It has provided them with good living standatds, education, good infrastructure and much more. Now a days the cooperative sugar industry suffering with many problems related to management, farmers, their correlation, transparency problems and many rules and regulations. The computerization is the need for this industry. There are many suggestions and solutions coming forward for the computerization of the sugar industry but due to lack of sufficient research and investigation a common, appropriate and rugged solution has not been accepted by industries. This paper focuses on these areas with respect to Vidarbha.

Keywords

Co-Operative, Computerization, Movements, Sugar Factory.

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