About Us

THANJAVUR DISTRICT COOPERATIVE MILK PRODUCERS’ UNION LIMITED.,

An ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 22000:2005 Certified Organisation

 

The Thanjavur District Cooperative Milk Producers’ Union Ltd. was the oldest Union which was registered on 02.09.1939 and was started on 02.11.1939 having a few villages in its area of operation for milk procurement with the view to supply milk to the consumers of Thanjavur town area.

The Thanjavur District Cooperative Milk Producers’ Union Ltd. was later converted into a Central Dairy Cooperative under 3 tier system on 01.04.1982. Thanjavur, Thiruvarur and Nagapattinam revenue districts have been annexed to the area of operation of the Thanjavur District Cooperative Milk Producers’ Union Ltd.


Board

Thiru. R. Gandhi, M.A., B.Ed.,
President

Thiru.S. Balaji, B.E.,
Vice President

 Thiru. V. Kamaraj, MBA.,
General Manager




Board of Directors

Tmt. T. Mala, M.A., D.Co.op.,

Thiru. K. Anbalagan

Thiru. M. Ramakrishnan

Thiru. Durai Senthil

Thiru. V. Subramanian

Thiru. P. Ravichandran

Thiru. K. Gandhimathinathan

Tmt. M. Anchammal

Tmt. T. Chithamani

Tmt. S. Kavitha, B.Com., MBA., HDSE.,

Tmt. A. Leela

Tmt. P. Sathya

Thiru. K. Gunasekaran, D.E.E.,

Thiru. S. Subramanian, B.Com.,

Tmt. B. Thirumeni



Functional Directors

Thiru.K.Arumugam,
DR(Dairying), DDD, Thanjavur.

Thiru.S. Harihara Subramanian,
AGM(Engg.), TCMPF, Chennai.

Tmt. A.Krithiga,
Manager(CS), NDDB, Erode.

Dr. P. Masilamani,
RJD, AHD, Thanjavur.



Co-opted Directors

Dr. Rita Narayanan,
Professor, College of Food and Dairy Technology, Chennai.

Dr. Jayalalitha,
Asst. Professor, VUTRC, Trichy.

About the Union

1.
Date of Registration
02-09-1939
2.
Date of Starting
02-11-1939
3.
Date of Conversion into Union
01-04-1982
4.
Date of starting of  O.F. Programme in  District
01-04-1985
5.
Area of operation

1.Thanjavur District Revenue Villages  : 902

2.Thiruvarur District Revenue villages : 576

3.Nagapattinam District Revenue villages : 524

6.
No.of members
354
7.
Authorised share capital
Rs.50.00 lakhs
8.
Paid-up share capital
Rs.5.75

 

Objectives :

  • To provide marketing facilities for the milk produced by rural dairy farmers who are affiliated to Village Dairy Cooperatives.

  • To provide assured supply of milk and milk by products of good quality standards to the consumers in the area of operation.

  • To provide all necessary facilities like supply of balanced cattle feed, artificial insemination and health cover etc., for milk production development and for good quality milk      production towards the economic upliftment of the rural milk producers.

Functions :

  • Organizing village dairy cooperatives in rural areas in the area of operation.

  • Procures milk from the rural milk producers continuously through village dairy cooperatives on quality basis.

  • The purchased milk is being mobilized at the dairies and cooling centres for chilling, processing and standardization for supply to the needy public.

  • Milk by products of good quality standard is being manufactured for supply to the consumers through retail outlets.

  • Distribution of milk and milk by products to the consumers continuously through retail outlets.

  • Accounting the business transactions towards auditing and issue of Final Audit Memorandum.

  • Providing necessary input facilities like animal health cover and artificial insemination, supply of balanced cattle feed to the milk producers through the village dairy cooperatives.

  • Looking after the welfare of the employees of the central dairy cooperative.

Seasonal Influence :

After conversion into a Central Milk Producers’ Dairy Cooperative, the Thanjavur District Cooperative Milk Producers’ Union was very much affected by Seasonal Influence in Milk Production and Marketing. During milk lean season the union could get less milk than requirement to meet out the local demand and during milk flush season the union had to procure much more than the need. As a result of this serious fluctuation marketing development activities could not be carried out effectively. With the existence of Traditional Pattern Village Dairy Cooperatives functioning in the important towns of Thanjavur, Thiruvarur and Nagapattinam Districts, the union had to strive hard to find chances to market its milk. As a result of seasonal influence, the financial position of Thanjavur Milk Union was very much affected and thereby had a huge outstanding to the milk producers’. The average milk procurement of Thanjavur Milk Union happened to be below 10000 LPD, the average local milk sales happened to be 7000 LPD and the union had Rs.8.48 crores as cumulative loss.

Revival Plan :

The pathetic business and financial status of the Thanjavur Milk Union was studied sincerely and a rehabilitation plan was considerately awarded by the then Commissioner for Milk Production and Dairy Development for implementation from 01.08.2003. With the implementation of the revival plan the accrued milk dues to the producers was cleared of by a single payment, the village Dairy Cooperatives took initiative to procure more milk from the producers and supply more to the Union, the union could step-up to increase local milk marketing and could supply the surplus milk to metro dairies of the Federation and had been able to earn and serve well.

SCHEMES FOR DEVELOPMENT


1. IDDP:

The Thanjavur Milk Union was sanctioned Rs.725.624 lakhs under IDDP scheme for infrastructural development at the level of Milk Producers, Village Dairy Cooperatives and the union. The fund was utilized successfully for the development of infrastructures between 2007-08 and 2011-12.


2. NADP:

With the financial assistance under NADP, two veterinary consultant had been engaged to render service at the door step of the milk producers’ upto 2014-15. From the year 2015-16, 5 veterinary consultants are in service.




3. ASSISTANCE TO COOPERATIVES:

Under the scheme, a total of Rs.535 lakhs could be availed during 2011-12 to 2014-15 contributed by the central government and the state government as 1:1 for the complete settlement of dues to other milk unions, Federation, other institutions and banks.


4. PART-II

Under the scheme Rs.35.7 lakhs had been sanctioned by the government of Tamilnadu for infrastructural development to Village Dairy Cooperatives (Milk cans at 50% subsidized rate). During the period between 2007-08 and 2011-12.


5. CURRENT STATUS:

i). Organization of Milk Producers’ cooperative societies: The strength of Milk Producers’ Cooperative societies, as on date, is as follows.


1.

MPCS (District Wise)

Thanjavur

Thiruvarur

Nagai

 a) No. of Societies (Functional)

189

28

49

 

 b) No. of Societies (Dormant)

60

8

29

 c) No. of Women MPCS

73

9

36

 d) No. of AD MPCS

0

0

0

 

    Total

322

45

114

2.

a) No. of Members Enrolled

Thanjavur

Thiruvarur

Nagai

 

    Male

32680

23153

4225

 

    Female

40116

18853

3866

 

    Total

72796

42006

8091

 

b) Out of which AD members enrolled

25561

21373

7417

 

    AD Pouring members

2312

2520

720



ii). Milk Procurement: The milk procurement of Thanjavur Milk Union has gradually increased as shown in the table below:


Average Milk Procurement (LPD)

2005-2006
2006-2007
2007-2008
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
2017-2018
23818
28222
34264
29541
30273
32041
41513
54177
51199
50353
53760
51197
56796


iii). Local Milk Sales: After various effective steps taken, the local milk sales of this union has gradually increased as shown in the table given below


Average Local Milk Sales (LPD)

2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
2017-2018
12104
15114
19414
19250
18851
20435
22307
20114
22244
26054

The average local milk sales of this union at present has crossed 30000 LPD.

iv). Local By-Product Sales Having developed necessary infrastructural facilities like refrigeration system, Transport vehicles, Storage facilities etc., marketing of byproducts have been intensively started in this union and a remarkable progress has been found in the last 3 three years.



Sl. No.

Year

By-product Sales Rs. in lakhs

1.

2015-2016

151.96

2.

2016-2017

210.53

3.

2017-2018

388.35



A new venture has been started called “COFFEE WITH LOVE” to felicitate the poor to get coffee/ milk at free of cost (Suspended Coffee) at Kumbakonam Bustand in an average 30 lts. per day is being sold in the parlour.



Certificate of Honour :

  • FSSAI – No: 12415020000133 dated: 3.5.2016 for supply of Milk and Milk by products of good quality standards.
  • ISO 9001:2015 – Quality Management in Processing & Supply of Milk obtained on 13.4.2017

          

SCHEME DETAILS

FINANCIAL STATUS

PHYSICAL STATUS

Sl. No.

Scheme

Year

Project Amount Rs. In Lakhs

Status of Utilization Certificate

Remarks

No. of Project Sanctioned

Tender / Re-tender Called

Tender Finali
zed

Work Order Issued

Work Comple
ted

Sanctioned

Released

Expenditure

Amount

Send on
(Date)

1

IDDP

2007-08

210.284

325.00

325.34

325.34

28.6.2010

Scheme completed and consolidated U.C. with
completion report sent on 4.11.2016

Balance amount of Rs.42.38 lakhs refunded  to
GOI on 13.2.2017

2

2008-09

320.976

200.00

200.085

200.085

11.10.2011

3

2009-10

185.237

200.00

200.000

200.00

12.11.2013

4

2010-11

86.369

0

0

0

0

2011-12

64.758

142.624

100.14

100.14

21.7.2016

 

Total

867.624

867.624

825.565

825.565

1

Assistance to Cooperatives

2011-12

274.56

0

0

0

0

Scheme completed

2

2012-13

200.00

43.14

43.14

43.14

21.11.2013

3

2013-14

160.00

192.72

192.72

192.72

5.6.2014

2014-15

125.44

0

0

0

0

2015-16

0

200.00

200.00

200.00

8.11.2016

 

2016-17

0

200.00

200.00

200.00

21.3.2017

Total

760.000

635.86

635.86

635.86

SCHEME DETAILS

FINANCIAL STATUS

PHYSICAL STATUS

Sl. No

Scheme

Year

Project Amount Rs. In Lakhs

Status of Utilization Certificate

Remarks

No. of Project Sanctioned

Tender / Re-tender Called

Tender Finali
zed

Work Order Issued

Work Comple-
ted

Sanctioned

Released

Expenditure

Amount

Send on
(Date)

1

NADP

2015-16

10.35

10.35

10.35

--

--

To be  submitted

5

--

--

--

5

2

2016-17

10.35

10.35

3.475

--

--

On going scheme

5

--

--

--

5

Total

20.7

20.70

13.825


Details Of Village Dairy Cooperatives

District

Registered

Functional

Dormant

Thanjavur

394

173

221

Thiruvarur

61

28

33

Nagapattinam

124

44

80

    Total

579

245

334



Performance Of Dairy / CC & BMCs

S.No.

Name of the Dairy

Installed Capacity

Average  Milk Handling

(In Lts. per day)
I

Dairy

Thanjavur Dairy

26000

16246

II

Chilling Centre

Pattukottai

20000

8595

III

Bulk Milk Coolers

1

Thiruvarur

5000 + 1000

3124

2

Mannargudi-I

5000 x 3

12125

3

Vaideeswarankoil

5000 + 1000

2364

4

Needamangalam

5000

2947

5

Edamelaiyur

5000

2098

6

Edaiyur

2000

Dormant

 

TOTAL

85000

47503



Milk Procurement by the Milk Union (LPD)

Month
2002 - 2003
2003 - 2004
2004 - 2005
2005 - 2006
2006 - 2007
2007 - 2008
2008 - 2009
2009 - 2010
2010 - 2011
2011 - 2012
2012 - 2013
2013 - 2014
2014 - 2015
2015 - 2016
2016 - 2017
April
11978
8787
19567
23803
22257
35612
29258
31096
23380
24830
53607
49390
466682
54481
45663
May
12895
12134
27373
32202
32193
44104
33596
36691
33033
37537
58969
50360
55670
62527
50029
June
12945
13203
32674
34635
36135
50413
38987
38591
43651
42050
60416
58192
65339
65201
57443
July
11930
15030
28368
31571
35586
48468
37550
36913
46798
46204
58334
61751
64459
63789
51807
Aug.
10980
20550
29362
32178
32084
49664
38052
34242
44233
49669
58365
62473
58810
66280
60935
Sep.
9199
20166
29933
30403
32739
48514
41018
42582
50572
52745
70173
73300
57540
67357
61818
Oct.
11857
20276
23911
19717
25905
35614
24947
29677
37764
38703
63406
54158
38767
55383
55004
Nov.
9636
19332
18673
16219
26794
32245
24526
25590
28292
38498
48772
40090
41822
45717
49700
Dec.
8301
17729
23033
16635
25955
19383
21052
27516
21683
40625
45459
41917
40324
41533
49795
Jan.
8560
16167
16840
14433
22760
14088
22031
19925
18758
39175
41935
40903
40921
41689
41629
Feb.
6065
15600
14845
15273
21882
15676
20587
21004
17732
41332
44146
39618
46997
40014
47503
Mar.
6860
14395
15968
16759
24378
17382
22890
19446
18600
46788
46543
42233
46903
41152
43032
Avg.
10100
16104
23545
23818
28222
34264
29541
30273
32041
41513
54177
51199
50353
53760
51197


Milk Local Sales By The Milk Union (LPD)

Year
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
Average

11626

9862

9756

10014

11506

11268

12800

12104

15114

19814

19250

18881

20248

22307

20114

22444



Cattle Feed – Purchase And Sales Details

S. No.

Month & Year
Cattle Feed Purchased (M.T)
Cattle Feed Sold (M.T)
1

April  2016

102

93.55

2

May

194

165.3

3

June

102.5

120.15

4

July

160.9

165.3

5

August

120

95.5

6
September

138

159.3

7

October

61

67.7

8

November

140

100

9

December

140

124.7

10

January 2017

80

89

11

February 2017

100

104.9

12

March 2017

140.1

139

 

Total

1478.5

1424.4

Average

123.20

118.7



District Wise Milk Sales

S. No.
Name of the District
Quantity Sold (Lts)
1
Thanjavur
20100
2
Thiruvarur
2150
3
Nagapattinam
2600
Total
24850


Sale Of Milk

S. No.
Varieties
Details
1
Full Cream Milk
( Fat 6.0% & SNF 9.0% )
2
Standardized Milk
( Fat 4.5% & SNF 8.5%)
3
Cow Milk
( Fat 3.0% & SNF 8.5% )




Sale Of Milk Products In Thanjavur Dcmpu Ltd., Sale Period : From Apirl 2016 To March 2017

S. NO
Product Name
Unit
Quantity Sold
Apirl
May
June
July
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan-17
Feb-17
Mar-17
1
Ghee
KGS
1372
1508
1021
1902
2078
1915
4558.5
2057.0
4270.7
4198.8
4198.8
2495
2
Butter
KGS
528
0
431
65
836
975
1819.5
588.0
1049.5
935.5
680.0
929
3
Skim Milk Powder
KGS
72
330
540
241
269
345
30.5
43.5
37.5
45.5
33.0
12.5
4
Badam Mix Powder
NOS
554
0
0
499
405
772
510
490
604
364
32
148
5
Milk Shake 200 ML
NOS
8430
7452
4320
5713
8156
6708
6284
4727
5020
3402
2769
7869
6
Ice Cream
LTS
527
2100
2409
2115
2069
2163
1921.0
1066.37
608.56
657.42
1121.98
954.88
7
Khova
KGS
151
121
153
97
239
465
414.95
109.90
153.05
223.00
155.65
222.7
8
Ghee II nd grade
KGS
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
9
Delite
LTS
0
0
0
499
405
772
0.00
0.00
23.50
0.00
6.50
10
10
SM (TP) 1000 ML
LTS
0
0
0
0
0
36
0.00
0.00
81.00
0.00
25.00
102


Marketing – Agents- Parlours Details

1
No. of Agents
146
2
No. of Parlours
21
3
Whole sales dealer
12
4
Commission:
To Card Milk
To Cash Milk
To Whole sale dealer

Rs.0.80/Lit.
Rs.1.20/Lit.
Rs.1.60/Lit.
5
Full Cream Milk introduced on
17.8.2016


Net Profit At A Glance 2007-08 To 2016-17

Year
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
Rs. In lakhs
24.15
-44.09
104.21
129.12
104.21
229.12
185.68
128.63
165.89
182.93

STATUS OF FINANCE AND AUDIT

I. Milk Cost Payment to Primaries:

We are pleased to submit that milk Cost payment to primaries are Cleared once in ten days by RTGS. As on 4.5.18, the milk Cost payment upto 30.4.18 has been cleared to all Primaries.


II. Audit Status:

  • Pending Audit for the past Seven years has been updated upto 30.9.17 and classified in Audit from ‘D’ to ‘B’ grade.

  • Test Audit of Joint Director of Audit has been Scheduled to be Conducted for the FAM 2017-18 on 31.5.18.


III. Profit Position:

The growth of profit is shown for the past four years represented in graph.



III. Profit Position:

The diminishing trend of accumulated loss is represented in graph.



V. Repayment of Government Loan:

The government loan of Rs.14,64,680/- For the past 50 years has been Liquidated.


VI. Other Payments:

  • Payment for the purchase of raw material, fuel, electricity, Film Tanker hire charges, rural milk Collection routes & distribution routes hire charges, milk Commission to agents etc., are paid up to date.

  • Statutory Remittances of EPF, ESI , GIS, LWF Professional Tax etc., are made before the prescribed dates.


VII. Investments:

An amount of Rs.960.69 Lakhs has been invested in term deposit in Central Co-operative Banks and thereby earing Rs.75 Lakhs as interest per annum.


VIII. Statutory Compliance:


1. Income Tax:

  • Income Tax Returns filed For the Assessment year 2017-18 before the due date.

  • Income Tax Assessment has been completed for the Assessment year 2015-16.

  • Income Tax TDS returns filed periodically in time. The quarterly returns upon IV Quarter of 2017-18 has been filed on 30.04.18.


2. Tamil Nadu Value Added Tax (Tnvat):

Charterted Accountant Certificate in Form WW has been filed to the Commercial Tax authorities for the Financial year 2016 – 17 under TNVAT ACT 2005.


3. GST (Goods & Service Tax):

The returns under GST Act namely GSTR3B etc., are filed upto 30.3.18.


IX. Corpus Fund With LIC of India:

Thanjavur Union has taken Master Polices for the following Employees Superannuation Scheme

Sl. No.
NAME OF THE SCHEME
AMOUNT in Lakhs
1.
Group Gratuity
Rs.187.66
2.
Encashment of leave
Rs. 123.48
3.
Ex-gratia Pension / Family Pension (Annuity Scheme)
Rs.343.37