4th Meeting of the Steering Committee. Strengthening of Industrial Statistics (manufacturing sector) of Bangladesh project 19 December 2013 Kabir Uddin Ahmed Project Director, SISB Project Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics. Project brief. Objectives.
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4th Meeting of the Steering Committee Strengthening of Industrial Statistics (manufacturing sector) of Bangladesh project 19 December 2013 KabirUddin Ahmed Project Director, SISB Project Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics
Objectives • To develop Bangladesh Central Product Classification (BCPC) • To conduct cottage industry survey • To develop Bangladesh Standard Classification of Occupations (BSCO) • To conduct survey of manufacturing sector (micro, small, medium & large) • To develop Business Register & integrated Database of manufacturing sector • Human resource development
Activities • Development of Statistical classifications; • Design, Pre-testing of forms & questionnaires; • Conduct survey fieldwork, Follow up for non-response, data processing, report preparation; • Updating of frame of manufacturing industries; • Working group, PDs Forum, Technical Committee, and Steering committee meetings; • Workshop, Stakeholders’ opinion; • Local & foreign training/study tour etc.
Decision of the 3rd steering committee meeting and implementation status
Bangladesh Central Product Classification • Based on International Central Product classification (CPC) Rev-2 developed by UNSD; • Constitutes a complete product classification covering goods and services. • It was intended to serve as an international standard for assembling and tabulating all kinds of data requiring product detail including: • industrial production, • service industries, • domestic and foreign commodity trade, • consumption and price statistics etc. • Published in April 2012
Bangladesh Standard Classification of Occupations (BSCO) • A basis for international comparison and exchange of information classified by occupation. • Occupational classification is a tool for organising all jobs in an establishment, an industry or a country. • The Bangladesh Standard Classification of Occupations (BSCO) is based upon ILO’s International Standard Classification of Occupations (ISCO-08). • Published on December 2012
Cottage Industry Survey (CSI) • Total persons engaged (TPE) <10 : Cottage industries • The Survey was implemented covering all the 64 districts. • The volume of industrial production, employment cost, ownership status, fixed assets, raw material consumed, fuel consumed, value added etc. • Published in August 2013
BusinessRegister - 2012 • Business Register will work as a statistical frame for industrial inquiries. • Includes up to date data items associated with units that are required for stratification. For example, industrial, geographical, size codes, name, address and description of the unit, telephone and preferably a contact name. • BR 2009, NBR, BGMEA, BKMEA, Chambers, Associations etc. • Printing process of BR 2012 is going on
Survey of Manufacturing Industries - 2012 (micro, small, medium,& large) • Covers if and only if • Total persons engaged :10-24 >> Micro • Total persons engaged : 25-99 >> Small • Total persons engaged : 100-249 >> Medium • Total persons engaged : 250 + >> Large • The Survey was implemented covering all the manufacturing industries at 4-digit BSIC level. • The volume of industrial production, employment cost, ownership status, fixed assets, raw material consumed, fuel consumed, value added etc.
Progress of the project implementation in FY 2010-11 (Jan 2011-Jun 2011)
Progress of the project implementation in FY 2011-12 (Jul 2011-Jun 2012)
Progress of the project implementation in FY 2013-14 (Jul 2012-Jun 2013)
Progress of the project implementation in FY 2013-14 (Jul 2013-Nov 2013)
Human Resource Development • Local training on survey methodology • (120 officials/staffs); • Foreign training/Study tour • (21 Officials)
Governance : • The Steering Committee • The Technical Committee • The project implementation committee Linkages: Population Census, Economic Census, Industrial Surveys, Labour force surveys of BBS through developing BSIC, BSCO, BCPC Stakeholder s: Government Ministries/Divisions/Departments, Development partners, NGOs, Planners, Entrepreneurs, Researchers, Academics etc.
Bangladesh Central Product Classification (BCPC) • will be used in any survey/census that needs product information viz. Economic census, Industrial surveys, National accounts etc. • Will be used in next 10 years • Bangladesh Standard Classification of Occupations (BSCO) • will be used in any surveys/censuses that needs occupational information viz. Population census, Labour force surveys, Wage surveys, National accounts etc. • Will be used in next 10 years Show case product
Challenges • BCPC: Translating various product name from English into Bangla was a challenge; • BSCO: Translating various Occupations titles from English into Bangla was a challenge; • BR: Association's list is incomplete, Field verification by industry all over the country is a challenge; • CIS: Exclusive identification of industries by 4 digit level, • SMI: Data collection was very much challenging,
Challenges • Shortage of manpower; • Responsible for database development, data processing and analysis: • Labour Force Survey 2010 • Survey on Volunteerism 2010 • IMPS 2012 • LFS 2013 • YTWS 2013