The delivery was 1,82,300 bales during the previous cotton season, MCX said in a release here.
CCI buys cotton from farmers whenever prices fall below the minimum buying price set by the government.
Higher production by the world's biggest producer could put pressure on local prices and force New Delhi to buy the crop from farmers at a mandated price.
India is expected to have produced 31.2 million bales in the current marketing year ending on September 30, down 14.5 percent from a year ago, the Cotton Association of India said
According to Angel Commodities, MCX cotton edged higher for the 11 th consecutive session and climb to 3-week high on Tuesday to close at 21,140 rupees per bale due technical buying by the market participants.
According to Angel Commodities, MCX Aug cotton continue to trade positive on Tuesday taking momentum to this week to close higher by 1.4% to close at 20,560 rupees per bale.
Any adverse condition in connection with monsoon (deficit/excess) may spike volatility in cotton prices
According to Angel Commodities, MCX Aug cotton edged lower on Thursday to close at 20,570 rupees per bales. In July, cotton futures plunge more than 8.3% tracking improved cotton imports, good area and satisfactory monsoon progress in cotton growing districts in India.
According to Angel Commodities, MCX Jul cotton close on positive note last week but we have seen some corrections from higher levels tracking improved sowing, imports and weak international prices.
Crop estimate from the Southern zone has been lowered by 3.25 lakh bales to 68.50 lakh bales as per the June forecast, compared to the May estimate of 71.75 lakh bales, the association said July 11.
According to Angel Commodities, MCX Jun cotton fell 0.05% on Wednesday after 5 sessions of positive to close at 21,880 rupees per bale.
According to Angel Commodities, MCX Jun cotton edged little higher on Tuesday to close at 21,200 rupees per bale. Reports of normal monsoon and good sowing progress in Northern India keeping the prices in check
A confluence of factors has taken cotton prices higher and as of now, that trend looks set to continue
According to Angel Commodities, MCX cotton fell close to 3% last week and slipped to 4-month low (21,500 levels). However, it recovered and close at 21,640 rupees per bale.
According to Angel Commodities, MCX cotton traded in a narrow range last week and gain a little to close at 22,190 rupees per bale due to steady demand and reports of higher imports.
The domestic textile industry body based the projections on actual data collected from cotton-growing areas for the October-September 2018 crop season.
According to Angel Commodities, MCX cotton climb to its highest levels since November (22,540) last week but corrected to close at 22,260 rupees per bale due to fear of losing demand at higher prices.
According to Angel Commodities, MCX cotton jumps more than 2% last week tracking reports of export demand coming from China.
The exports from the world's biggest cotton producer will help China in augmenting supplies, but could weigh on global prices.
The main reason for the decline in the estimates of the crop is mainly low rainfall in many key cotton growing areas.
According to Angel Commodities, MCX cotton closed lower on Thursday tracking subdued demand and higher supplies in the domestic market.
The country could import 2.7 million bales in 2018/19 marketing year ending on September 30, up from 1.5 million bales a year ago
SC has overturned a judgment by the Delhi High Court which held that certain items such as seeds, plants and animals cannot be patented under Indian laws.
According to Angel Commodities, MCX Dec cotton closed lower on Thursday tracking weak trend in International prices.
Unfavourable weather led to the CAI reducing crop estimates for Gujarat by three lakh bales, Maharashtra by one lakh bales and Telangana by 1.5 lakh bales