A Study on Budgetary Control of Pudukkottai District Co-operative Milk Producers' Union Ltd.

Authors

  • Dr. N. Arumugam
  • Ms. S. Sathya

Keywords:

Budgetary control, Budget, Co-operative, Milk Producers

Abstract

Pudhukottai District Co-operative Milk Producers' Union restricted may be a cooperative sector Endeavour, engaged within the process of milk and producing the milk product. District Cooperative milk producers union restricted is found within the central a part of Pudukkottai. The company workplace of the union relies at Madras. The budget management is enjoying a significant role with the organization. The role of fund management is that the essence of a business. The knowledge is that the blood and fund management may be a heart within the body the centre plays the role of supply pure blood to all or any the weather of the body together with the brain. To analyze how budgetary control helps the milk union to select best course factors. This article revise the budgets in the light of changed circumstances and give suggestion towards correlation preparation method. Finding the Operating ratio is increased or decreased in a particular year and find out the relationship between stock turnover ratio and net profit ratio. The researcher suggest about the organization fluctuations and sustainability. The processes of indent taking and billing though online transaction processing systems is very important. This article conclude with the note of budgetary control department works as a back bone of top management. It is one of the important plan for every management for their Business.

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Published

30-09-2017

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Dr. N. Arumugam, & Ms. S. Sathya. (2017). A Study on Budgetary Control of Pudukkottai District Co-operative Milk Producers’ Union Ltd. Research Inspiration: An International Multidisciplinary E-Journal, 2(IV), 58–72. Retrieved from http://researchinspiration.com/index.php/ri/article/view/74

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