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Government Of Assam Dibrugarh District

OTHER SURVEY

OTHER SURVEY

Other survey mainly catagorised in to two parts. These are following below : 

(1) Socio – Economic Survey :              

                    National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) was set up by the Govt. of India in 1950 to collect Socio Economic data implying scientific sampling methods. In this survey some rural and urban areas like villages and wards are given as samples to collect various data under a definite subject coverage like Poverty, Employment and Unemployment, Health, Education etc. in a particular round (July-June). The object coverage changes every year. The collected reports then submitted to the Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Assam after proper scrutiny for onward submission to the Central Statistical Office, New Delhi for further necessary scrutiny and approval to be used in planning purpose.

                        Recently, the 77th round of NSS was started in from January 2019 and to be completed ended on December, 2019 on Household Consumer Expenditure, Household Social Consumption on Health & Education etc.

 

(2) AD-HOC Survey  :

                    The office of the Deputy Director of Economics & Statistics, Dibrugarh conducts two nos. of AD-HOC Survey namely: (i) Agricultural Census, (ii) Economic Census, (iii) Census of Employees of Assam Govt. and Other Establishments.

(i) Agricultural Census :

                        An introduction Agricultural Census is a large scale Statistical operation for collection of quantitative data about the structure and status of Agricultural sector of the economy by taking operation holdings as the basic unit.

                         Since our country as well as the state are agriculture based almost 70 % of our total population depends directly on agriculture for their livelihood. Therefore it is very necessary to collect reliable and comprehensive data on the important aspects of the agricultural sector for proper formulation and successful implementation of any plan and program for development of Agriculture sector.

                    Agricultural Census is the main source of information on basic characteristics of operational holdings, land use and cropping pattern, tenancy status, irrigation status and area under different crops etc. This information is collected by different size classes and social status wise i.e. SC, ST, OBC and General along with institutional holding separately.

                       Government of India conducted the 1st Agricultural Census in the Agriculture Year 1970-71 (June-July) as the part of World Agricultural Census Program sponsored by FAO (UNO).

                       Presently the Agricultural Census is conducted on the land record data already available and maintained by Revenue Department where Land Record data are not available or maintained data are collected through Sample Survey Method.

                   Agricultural Census was first conducted in Assam compute census basis under the program of World Agricultural Census in the Agricultural Year 1970-71. Therefore after Agricultural Census with reference year 1975-76, 1980-81, 1985-86, 1990-91, 1996-96, 2000-2001,2006-06, 2010-11 were conducted successfully.

                        Presently the fieldwork 1st & 2nd phase of 10th Agricultural Census 2015-16 has been completed with the help of Revenue Department in the District of Dibrugarh. The collected data have been submitted to the Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Assam. And the 3rd Phase of  Agricultural Input Survey has completed on June, 2018.

 

(ii) Economic Census :

                      The office conducted the last Economic Census on 2013-14 with the help of Education Department. To conduct the Census a large nos. of school teachers from LP and ME school were engaged as enumerators. On the other hand a good no. of High School teacher along with subject teacher from Higher Secondary School were engaged as supervisor and in addition to this BEEO, DI. Statistical Officer, Inspector of Statistics were engaged as charge officer to monitor the Census.

                    The main objective of the Census was to capture the nos. of Economic units performing Economic activities and which contributes to National Economy and its Financial Status, no. of workers, nature of ownership etc.

 

7th Economic Census 2019

                    It was aware that the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MoSP) Govt. of India. The broad frame work for Implementation of the census has now been formed up in consultation with all stakeholders including State/ UTs. The fieldwork of 7th Economic Census is expected to be rolled out in May 2019 and stated to be completed in three month time. The 7th Economic Census conducts though CSE e-Governance Service Limited. For ensuring higher quality of data and 100% coverage. Field operation Division (FOD) of NSSO and State/UT Governments have be entrusted with responsibility of supervising the enumeration carried out by C.S.E.

                   The State/UTs play a crucial role in successfully achieving the objectives of the census. Authentic village/ward level information on economic activity geotagged by location, produced through the census will be immensely useful in local planning.

                        Constitute a state level co-ordination committee (SLCC) headed by the chief secretary with representative from relevant department of the State and Regional Head of NSOO(FOD) state capital office to monitor preparedness progress and hardles in conduct of 7th Economic Census on regular basis.

                     In addition, constituted district level co-ordination committee (DLCC) headed by Deputy Commissioner for monitor and provide support to Economic Census activities in the district. The Committee will also provide necessary directions to the local government, law and order agencies for the purpose.

The District Level Co-ordination Committee (DLCC) constitute the following officers.

(1) Deputy Commissioner – Chairman

(2) The Chief Executive Officer of Zila Parisad – Member

(3) The Principal Secretary to Autonomous Council (Sonowal Kachari) – Member

(4) The General Manager, District Industrial and Commerce – Member

(5) The District Information and Public Relation Officer – Member

(6) Deputy Director of Economics & Statistics – Member Secretary  

                     As per guideline of the govt. the department of Economics & Statitsics 2nd level Supervisor work of 8% sample in the state as well as District Level.

                    The 7th Economic Census coverage both urban and rural area of the district. The main objectives of the 7th Economic Census its include all economic activities of establishment of premises, without premises (structure and without structure) and unseen economic activities of the establishment running in the residence.

The following nature of Economic activity in the 7th Economic Census are –

(1) Primary

(2) Manufacturing

(3) Electricity, Gas & Water Supply

(4) Construction

(5) Trade

(6) Service

 

(iii) Govt. Employee Census :

                     Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Assam has been conducting the census of State Government Employees/ Semi-Government Employees and census of other Establishment of the State to collect various information of the employees of the Government of Assam. The office of the Deputy Director of  Economics & Statistics / Sub-Divisional Office collects the data of State Government / Semi-Government Employees and Employees of other Establishment in the district and have submitted the reports at Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Assam for compilation. The Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Assam complies the reports for all districts and publish a report on this census. The recent Government Employees Census had been done for the year 2014.

                     Census of Govt. employee and other establishments as on 31st March, 2019 has been starting since August, 2019 and it will be ended on 31st December, 2019.