Goan Reporter News: Appointment of Cooperative Ombudsman in the office of Cooperation Office of Registrar of Cooperative Societies


The Department of Cooperation Office of the Registrar of Cooperative Societies, has informed that  as per section 85 A of the Multi State Cooperative Societies (MSCS) (Amendment) Act, 2023, the Central Government will appoint one or more Co-operative Ombudsman with territorial jurisdiction for inquiring into the complaints made by member of the multi-state co-operative societies. The role, responsibilities and powers of Co-operative Ombudsman are as per Section 85 of the Multi State Cooperative Societies (Amendment) Act, 2023 and related rules.

Therefore, it is proposed to appoint a Co-operative Ombudsman as per Eligibility &. Conditions (Annexure-I).

Eligible and willing serving officers and Retired officers of equivalent and above ranks may apply in the prescribed proforma (Annexure-II) for appointment as Ombudsman.  . The other eligible persons for appointment as Ombudsman may apply in proforma as per Annexure-III.

Complete advertisement, application proforma with certificate formats, as applicable can also be downloaded from Ministry of Cooperation website- www.cooperation.gov.in (Link- What’s New Vacancies) & CRCS Website www.crcs.gov.in

The applications with supporting documents may be forwarded to Sh. L. Haokip, Director (Administration), 1st Floor, Office of Central Registrar Cooperative Societies, Ministry of Cooperation, Atal Akshay Urja Bhawan, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003 within 21 days from the date of publication of advertisement in the Employment News. Applicants are also required to submit self attested copies of Educational Qualification/ Experience/ Published Reports/ Awards/ Recognition Certificates etc. along with the Biodata. Serving officers may apply through proper channel.

Applications received after last date or otherwise found incomplete will not be entertained.


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