3 edition of Study on the working of gaon panchayat level multipurpose co-operative societies. found in the catalog.
Study on the working of gaon panchayat level multipurpose co-operative societies.
Assam (India). Co-operative Dept. Statistical Cell.
by Co-operative Dept. (Statistical Cell), Govt. of Assam in Gauhati
Written in English
|Series||Evaluation report - Co-operative Department, Statistical Cell, Govt. of Assam ; 1|
|LC Classifications||HD3540.A3 A827 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||79903139|
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