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The Co-operative department circular

FYI- The Co-operative department has issued a circular which has been uploaded on the website of As per this notification, all the existing empanelled  auditors will have to update their profile by 6.7.2014.  The  complete message is as under:

Important Information
(1) Online Enrolment is only for Auditors Empanelled with Commissionerate of Cooperation and  Registrar of Cooperative Societies only.
(2) Commissionerate of Cooperation and Registrar of Cooperative Societies has not invited any new  applications from Auditors for empanelment through this activity. Any fresh application would be rejected by the District Officials of Commissionerate of Cooperation and Registrar of Cooperative Societies.
(3)  Username and Password provided to Auditors via SMS will not work any more on MahaSahakar site.
(4) Previous Audit Tracking System is discontinued by Department as new enhanced application is hosted on MahaSahakar.

(5) Enrolment drive would be available till 6th July,2014 11;59 pm. No further extension would be  provided by Department.
(6) All auditors Data entered before 2nd July,2014 would be flushed from the system
(7) All empanelled auditors need to enroll online before 6th July,2014 11;59 pm.


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