Staff Position in Various Organisations of the Ministry

Staff Position in Various Organisations of the Ministry

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF STATISTICS AND PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION

RAJYA SABHA 

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 1234
TO BE ANSWERED ON 11.02.2021

STAFF POSITION IN VARIOUS ORGANISATIONS OF THE MINISTRY

1234. SHRI G.V.L. NARASIMHA RAO

Will the Minister of STATISTICS AND PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION be pleased to state:

(a) the sanctioned and in-position staff position in CSO, NSSO and other organisations of the Ministry, the division-wise details thereof;

Staff Position

(b) the details of various surveys being undertaken by NSSO on a continuous or periodic basis;

(c) whether there is a shortage of manpower in NSSO for undertaking field operations for various surveys;

(d) if so, the details thereof;

(e) the manner in which shortage of field manpower is met;

(f) whether NSSO is engaging professional agencies for undertaking fieldwork of its surveys; and

(g) if not, whether a proposal is under consideration?

ANSWER

MINISTER   OF   STATE    (INDEPENDENT    CHARGE)    OF    THE    MINISTRY    OF STATISTICS AND PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION AND MINISTER OF STATE (INDEPENDENT CHARGE) OF THE MINISTRY OF PLANNING

[RAO INDERJIT SINGH]

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(a) : The details of sanctioned and in-position in CSO, NSSO and other organisations of the Ministry with the division-wise details are as below:

S. No.

Division

Sanctioned

In-position

1.

ISS

413

352

2.

SSS

3585

2611

3.

Ministry Proper (including remaining divisions)*

311

153

S. No.

Division

Sanctioned

In-position

4.

DQAD*

387

272

5.

SDRD*

78

44

6.

FOD*

896

542

7.

IS Wing*

165

81

8.

DIID*

78

19

*excluding ISS/SSS posts.

(b) The details of various surveys being undertaken by NSSO on a continuous or periodic basis is Annexed.

(c) to (g) The total sanctioned strength of manpower for undertaking field operations for various surveys is 4343 and the shortage of manpower of various surveys is met by hiring contractual staff i.e. Field Investigators (FIs), Field Officers (FOs) and Consultants.

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 Annexure

The details of various surveys undertaken by NSSO on a continuous basis or periodic basis are given below:

Sl. No.

Name of Survey

Nature of

Survey

Details of survey

1.

Annual Survey of Unincorporated Sector Enterprises

(ASUSE)

Continuous

ASUSE will provide information on unincorporated sector enterprises of the country to meet the requirements of the stakeholders. The first experimental round for 6 months was launched in October, 2019 and completed in March 2020. The second round is scheduled to be commenced from April, 2021.

2.

Time Use Survey (TUS)

Periodic

TUS is conceptualised to assess the time use pattern of individuals to meet the requirement of different stakeholders. The first time use survey report for the period January - December, 2019 has been released. The next survey is going to be undertaken during 2022.

3.

Periodic Labour Force Survey (PLFS)

Continuous

PLFS is conceptualised to produce periodic data on key labour force indicators to meet the requirements of different stakeholders. All Quarterly bulletins for the urban sector till the quarter January-March, 2020 have been released. Two annual reports have been released as on date, the latest being the report for the period July, 2018 - June, 2019.

4.

Multiple Indicators Survey (MIS) of NSS 78th round

Periodic

The Multiple Indicators Survey (MIS) is being conducted for the first time in NSS during January, 2020 - March, 2021. The objective of Multiple Indicator Survey is to collect information for developing some important indicators of Sustainable Development Goals 2030.

5.

All India Debt and

Investment Survey

Periodic

The main objective of All India Debt and

Investment Survey (AIDIS) was to obtain

Sl. No.

Name of Survey

Nature of

Survey

Details of survey

(AIDIS)

quantitative information on the stock of assets, incidence of indebtedness, capital formation and other indicators of the rural/urban economy. The last survey was undertaken by NSO during NSS 77th round during January - December, 2019.

6.

Land and Livestock Holdings (LHS) of Households and Situation Assessment survey of Agricultural Households (SAS)

Periodic

The main objective of the survey on Land and Livestock Holdings of Households and Situation Assessment of Agricultural Households is to estimate indicators of ownership and operational holdings of all rural households as well as to generate estimates related to the situation of agricultural households like economic well- being as measured by their consumption expenditure, income, productive assets and indebtedness, farming practices, awareness and access to various technological developments and welfare scheme in the field of agriculture. The last such survey was undertaken by NSO during January - December, 2019.

7.

Survey on Household Social Consumption related to Health

Periodic

The main objective of this health survey was to gather basic quantitative information on the health sector viz. morbidity, profile of ailments including their treatment, role of government and private facilities in providing healthcare, expenditure on medicines, expenditure on medical consultation and investigation, hospitalisation and expenditure thereon, maternity and childbirth, the condition of the aged, etc. The last such survey was undertaken by NSO during July, 2017 - June, 2018.

8.

Survey on Household Social Consumption related to Education

Periodic

The main objective of survey on “Education” in this round was to collect information on (a) participation of persons aged 5-29 years in the education system, (b)

private expenditure incurred on education,

Sl. No.

Name of Survey

Nature of

Survey

Details of survey

(c) examining the extent of educational wastage and their causes, and (d) IT literacy of persons aged 14 years and above. The last such survey was undertaken by NSO during NSS 75th round during July, 2017 – June, 2018.

9.

Survey on Drinking Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Housing Condition.

Periodic

The main objective of the survey is to collect information on facilities of drinking water, sanitation along with housing facilities available to the households and the micro environment surrounding the houses which are important determinants of overall quality of living condition of the people. So far, NSS conducts many Surveys on Drinking Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Housing Condition. The last such survey was undertaken by NSO during July - December, 2018.

10.

Consumer Expenditure Survey (CES)

Periodic

The NSS consumer expenditure survey aims at generating estimates of average household monthly per capita consumer expenditure (MPCE), the distribution of households and persons over the MPCE range and the break-up of average MPCE by commodity group, separately for the rural and urban sectors of the country for States and Union Territories. So far, NSO conducts many Consumer Expenditure Surveys. The latest available report of CES corresponds to NSS 68 th round (July, 2011 - June, 2012).

11.

Urban Frame Survey (UFS)

Periodic

The Urban Frame Survey (UFS) is a regular survey conducted in phases of 5 years. The objective of the survey is formation and updation of UFS blocks for providing frame for selection of first stage sampling units in urban sector to conduct various Socio- Economic surveys undertaken by Ministry of Statistics and Programme

Sl. No.

Name of Survey

Nature of

Survey

Details of survey

Implementation.

12.

Annual Survey of Industries (ASI)

Continuous

Annual Survey of Industries (ASI) is the principal source of industrial statistics of registered manufacturing sector in India. It provides statistical information to assess and evaluate the changes in the growth, composition and structure of organized manufacturing sector comprising activities related to manufacturing processes, repair services, gas and water supply and cold storage. The survey is being conducted annually under the statutory provisions of the Collection of Statistics (COS) Act, 2008 (as amended in 2017) and the rules framed there-under in 2011. The data collected through ASI relates to capital, employment and emoluments, consumption of fuel and lubricants, raw materials and other input, ex-factory value of output and other output, value added, labour turnover and other characteristics of factories/industrial establishments.

13.

Price Statistics

Continuous

Collection and transmission of monthly retail prices CPI (U/R/AL) and WPI are

being done regularly by the NSO (FOD).

14.

Agricultural Statistics

Continuous

AS Wing, FOD Hqrs. processes the data on FOD supervision of work done by the primary workers of respective State Government under ICS and GCES schemes during the Agricultural Year (July-June) as

a data quality audit mechanism.

15.

7th Economic Census (EC)

Periodic

Conducting periodic Economic Census has been the means of measuring the diversity of non-farm economic activities in all its

major dimensions.


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