Presentation on theme: "Recent experience on the Survey of small Manufacturing Establishments, 2008/2009 Central Bureau of Statistics Nepal."— Presentation transcript:
Recent experience on the Survey of small Manufacturing Establishments, 2008/2009 Central Bureau of Statistics Nepal
Background Information Two primary sources of industrial statistics in Nepal are The Census of Manufacturing Establishments (CME) and Survey of Small Manufacturing Establishments (SSME) Besides these quarterly data are also collected for the purpose of price index.
Background Information The CME is carried out every 5 years. The SSME is carried out every 10 years. The Central bureau of Statistics started the census of Manufacturing from 1964 /65 and the Survey of Small Manufacturing Establishments (SSME) in 1972-73.
Background Information The CME covers manufacturing activities undertaken by Establishments that engage ten or more persons SSME covers establishments that engage less than ten persons.
Background Information Latest SSME is 2008/09. Now Tenth CME is on going We have planning to used (ISIC rev 4) and Central Product Classification(CPC version 2) for data analysis on tenth CME
Survey of small Manufacturing Establishments, 2008/2009
The survey covers establishments having the following features. Establishments engaging less than ten persons. Registered in any one government offices.
Sample Frame We listed all registered units involved in manufacturing which were operational during the reference period and which had less than ten persons engaged during the survey activity. The sample was drawn from this frame and the data has been extrapolated on the basis of the frame especially prepared for this survey.
Sample Design The goal of the design was to select optimum number of establishments under each NSICs. (NSIC is in turn based on International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC), Revision 3.) So as to obtain good representation of the population, special treatment was taken to include all NSIC. The sample enumeration is based on single stage stratified sampling technique.
Sample Design Three strata within NSIC by size of “less than or equal to 5” persons engaged “6-7 persons engaged ” and “8-9” persons engaged Samples are selected proportionally between the strata Total sample was 3737 establishments out of 32326 establishments listed.
Analysis Manufacturing, as per the Nepal Standard Industrial Classification of all economic activities (NSIC ) (ISIC, Revision 3) and Central Product Classification(CPC version 1) are used. Data are given in – 4 digit NSIC – 4 digit CPC
Analysis Most of the statistical tables are published in the predefined format as recommended by UNIDO. The statistical tables were given according to principal indicators. There are no any mean variance analyses.
Principal indicators Number of establishments Number of person engaged Number of employees Amount of Wages, salaries and facilities Amount of Change in Stock at the end of Year Amount of Gross addition to fixed assets during the year Amount of Gross fixed assets at the end of the Year Amount of Value of input Amount of Value of output Amount of Value added
Problem faced sample frame is not available(week registration system) Difficulty in location identification of some registered small industry Not willing to response specially on financial transaction Lack of skill manpower in industrial data analysis compare to social data analysis