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MCQs on Cooperation & Co-operative Societies - 12

1. …………………is regarded as the father of Cooperation in England.

(a) Dr. William King
(b) C.R.Fay
(c) F.W. Raiffeisen
(d) Robert Owen 



2. ……………. was against all religions whereas ………….. openly advocated that cooperation must be based on Christianity.

(a) Robert Owen , Dr. William King
(b) Dr. William King, Robert Owen
(c) C.R.Fay, Robert Owen
(d) Dr. William King,F.W. Raiffeisen



3. The Rochdale Friendly Cooperative Society was formed in ………..

(a) 1930
(b) 1830
(c) 1904
(d) 1804



4. The …………………is the largest cooperative production organization in England and owns 200 factories.

(a) Rochdale Society
(b) Scottish Cooperative Wholesale Society
(c) Cooperative Retails Society
(d) Cooperative Wholesale Society 



5. The ………………..is the largest cooperative enterprise in England.

(a) Cooperative Wholesale Society
(b) Rochdale Society
(c) Scottish Cooperative Wholesale Society
(d) Cooperative Retails Society


6. The first consumers’ society which was established in 1866 in Denmark was the result of the efforts of …………….

(a) Pastor Soune
(b) Dr.Ulkrik
(c) Sir Horace Plunkett
(d) None of the above



7. The first cooperative store in Denmark was established in 1886 in Thisted.

(a) Thisted
(b) Jutland
(c) Hjedding
(d) None of the above



8. The consumer societies in Denmark are affiliated to a strong central organization known as the………………

(a) Nordic Cooperative Union
(b) Danish consumer cooperative
(c) Danish Cooperative Wholesale Society and Union (FDB) 
(d) Home market distribution company



9. The FDB was founded in …………

(a) 1899
(b) 1897
(c) 1898
(d) 1896



10. The………………is a joint purchasing organization for consumer cooperative societies in Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Iceland.

(a) Danish Cooperative Wholesale Society and Union (FDB)
(b) Nordic Cooperative Union
(c) Danish consumer cooperative
(d) Home market distribution company



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