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  • SINDH BUREAU OF STATISTICS Introduction Bureau of Statistics was established in the year 1970 as an attached office of the Planning & Development Department, with the aim of collection, compilation, and dissemination of statistical data for the use of planners, policy makers, administrators and researchers.
  • ORGANIZATIONAL SETUP OF BUREAU OF STATISTICS Director Assistant Director/ Stat. Officer Additional Director-I Deputy Director Industries / Admin S.System Analyst Additional Director (D P) Programmer Deputy Director Publication & Coord. Additional Director-II Deputy Director Agriculture Deputy Director Social Statistics Deputy Director Field Operation / Surveys F I E L D O F F I C E S 15 District Offices 26 Taluka Offices
  • Functions
    • Collection & compilation of statistical data on various socio-economic sectors of the province.
    • Publication of statistical data
    • Undertaking surveys and preparation of their reports.
    • Acting as liaison between Federal and Provincial Government on statistical matters.
    • Providing technical guidance and assistance to other provincial statistical cells relating to statistical matters as and when required
    • Preparation of basic socio-economic indicators of the Province.
  • Organizational Setup Bureau is headed by a Director and subject matter sections are headed by Deputy Directors, whose work is supervised by Additional Directors. Besides Bureau of Statistics has a network of 15 District and 26 Taluka field offices in Sindh for collecting data from field. In addition there is a full fledged computer section headed and supervised by Additional Director (D.P.) for Data Processing.
  • Sector-wise Coverage
    • Agriculture
    • Climate
    • Fisheries
    • Forestry
    • Livestock
    • Manufacturing Industries
    • Electricity, Gas & Mining
    • Education
    • Health
    • Transport & Communication
    • Public Finance
    • Financial Institutions
    • Banking
    • National Accounts
    • Foreign Trade
    • Population
    • Crimes
    • Directorate of Agriculture Extension, Hyderabad.
    • Board of Revenue, Sindh.
    • Irrigation Department, Sindh.
    • Metrological Department Govt. of Pakistan.
    • Fisheries Department, Sindh.
    • Marine Fisheries, Govt. of Pakistan.
    • Agriculture Census Organization, Govt. of Pakistan.
    • Pakistan Census of Live Stock.
    • Directorate of Animal Husbandry Sindh.
    • Chief Conservator, Forest Sindh.
    Sources: Annually Frequency: Agriculture Sector SECTOR-WISE DATA (Coverage, Frequency, Source and Methodology) Methodology ............................. Next
    • Tube Wells ( Installed & Pumpage Capacity )
    • Canal Withdrawal
    • Commanded & Irrigated Area by Barrages
    • Fisheries
    • Food Grain Storage
    • Livestock
    • Forestry
    • Area & Production of Major & Minor Crops
    • Crop Acreage
    • Land Utilization
    • Climate( Temperature, Rainfall & Humidity )
    • Fertilizer
    • Pesticides
    • Farm Size
    Coverage:
    • Crop Acreage:
      • Census of Crop Acreage is conducted by the field staff of Bureau of Statistics through Revenue Tapedar, in all about 6000 dehs for Kharif and Rabi seasons. Deh-wise crop acreage specific proforma filled-in by the Patwari/ Tapedar are collected by the field staff of Bureau of Statistics. These returns are checked, edited, coded and processed on computer and finally Rabi and Kharif Statistics are released for the users.
    Agriculture Sector Methodology:
      • These crop estimates are checked/examined and discussed by the sub-committee constituted in Agriculture Department, comprising representative of Agriculture, Irrigation Department, Board of Revenue and Bureau of Statistics. Thereafter these estimates are reviewed, considered and cleared in the meeting of Sindh Agricultural Statistics Coordination Board , head by Addition Chief Secretary, P&D Department alongwith other information available on fertilizer, pesticides, rainfall, water availability and agriculture credit.
    • Area figure is collected from Board of Revenue whereas Production is estimated on subjective judgment basis by their field staff.
    • Farmer’s opinion survey
    • Through sample/crop cutting surveys
    Other Crops: Sugar: Wheat, Cotton & Rice:
    • Area & Production Estimates of Major and Minor Crops:
      • Area & Production Estimates of Major and Minor Crops are prepared by the staff of Directorate of Agriculture Extension, Hyderabad as under:
    • Land Utilization :
      • Statistics are compiled by the field staff of Directorate of Agriculture Extension Hyderabad on the basis of District-wise information collected from Board of Revenue Sindh and supplied to this Bureau.
    • Others:
      • Data on Climate, Fertilizer, Pesticides, Canal Withdrawal, Commanded Area, Fisheries, Livestock, Forestry, Farm Size, Tube wells etc. are collected by Bureau of Statistics from various organization/agencies which are compiled and disseminated through various publications of Bureau.
    Agriculture Sector Methodology :
  • SECTOR-WISE DATA (Coverage, Frequency, Source and Methodology) Industries Sector Directorate of Industries, BOS, FBS Sources:
    • Census of Manufacturing Industries (CMI)
      • Fixed Assets
      • Employment
      • Employment Cost
    • Industrial Cost
    • Value of Production
    Coverage: Annually Frequency:
    • CMI is conducted under Industrial Act 1942 covering all establishments registered under Section 2(J) of Factories Act 1934 amended in 1973 with joint effort of FBS, Directorate of Industries & BOS with following distribution of work.
    • Federal Bureau of Statistics:
      • Planning of Census in collaboration with BOS & Directorate of Industries
      • Preparation of Questionnaire, Tabulation Plan & Editing Instructions in consultation with all concerned Federal Ministries, Provincial Departments and autonomous and Private Organizations.
      • Preparation and Publication of CMI tables at national level.
    Methodology:
    • Bureau of Statistics:
      • Scrutiny, editing and coding of CMI returns
      • Data Processing of CMI returns
      • Preparation & Publication of Provincial Summary Tables
      • Provide Results/Tables as per tabulation plan to Federal Bureau of Statistics
    • Directorate of Industries:
      • Notification of the Questionnaires
      • Printing &Mailing out of Questionnaires
      • Collection of CMI returns
      • Preliminary editing of CMI returns
  • Industries Sector Monthly Industrial Production & Employment data in respect of 96 items manufactured by 31 selected large scale industries is collected by Bureau of Statistics through mail, fax, telephonic contacts and personal visits from about 500 establishments every month. Data collected from factories is checked, edited/coded and processed on computer. Results of the survey are finalized within time lag of six weeks and report is released for the users. Methodology: Coverage:
    • Petroleum Products
    • Beverages
    • Tea
    • Auto Mobiles
    • Safety Razor Blades
    • Vacuum Flask
    • Sheet & Plat Glass
    • Sewing Machines
    • Cement
    • Leather Tanning
    • Electrical Apparatus
    • Radio & Television etc.
      • Vegetable Ghee
      • Sugar
      • Fertilizer
      • Cigarettes
      • Cotton, Jute & Woollen Textile
      • Paper and Paper Board
      • Acid, Alkalies and Salt
      • Pharmaceutical
      • Tyre and Tubes
      • Electrical Appliances
      • M.S. Products
      • Paint & Varnish
    • Industrial Production & Employment
    Monthly/Annually Frequency:
    • Industrial Units.
    • Sindh Bureau of Statistics
    Sources:
  • Energy Sector SECTOR-WISE DATA (Coverage, Frequency, Source and Methodology)
    • New Electricity Connections, Applications Pending
    • Electricity Consumption by Group – (Domestic, Commercial, Industrial & Agricultural)
    • Consumers by Group– (Domestic, Commercial, Industrial)
    • Gas Consumption by Consumers Group
    • Mineral (Production of Selected Minerals)
    Coverage: Annually Frequency:
    • WAPDA
    • KESC
    • Sui Southern Gas Company
    • Directorate of Mineral Development Sindh.
    Sources: Data on Electricity Consumption, No. of Consumers by KESE & WAPDA, Installed Generating Capacity of Power Stations, Consumption and No. of Consumers of Gas by Groups and Production of Selected Minerals are collected from various agencies and disseminated in various publications of the Bureau. Methodology:
  • Education Sector SECTOR-WISE DATA (Coverage, Frequency, Source and Methodology)
    • No. of Institutions, Enrolment and Teaching Staff by Sex and District:
      • Primary, Middle and Secondary Schools
      • Technical Institutes
      • Intermediate and Degree Colleges
      • Universities
    Coverage: Annually Frequency: Sindh Education Management Information System (SEMIS), Education Department, Sindh Sources: Education Department has a very effective Sindh Education Management Information System (SEMIS) to conduct School Census every year for collection of information from all the education institutions in Sindh and make these data accessible to all concerned. The Bureau of Statistics collects data from SEMIS, compile and disseminate it in various publications. Methodology:
  • SECTOR-WISE DATA (Coverage, Frequency, Source and Methodology) Health Sector
    • Number & Beds in Hospitals, Dispensaries,TB Clinics, Rural Health Centres, Basic Health Units, Mother and Child Health Centres
    • Medical and Para-medical Personnel
    • Indoor & Outdoor Patients treated.
    Coverage: Annually Frequency: Directorate General, Health Services, Hyderabad. Sources: Data on Health facilities is collected from the Directorate General, Health Services, Hyderabad which is examined/checked and disseminated in various publication of the Bureau of Statistics. Methodology:
  • SECTOR-WISE DATA (Coverage, Frequency, Source and Methodology) Miscellaneous Sectors
    • Transport & Communication Statistics
    • Motor Vehicles on Road, Registered by type/District.
    • Route and Track Kilometres of Pakistan Railway.
    • Pakistan Railway Movement of Passenger.
    • Air Traffic Passenger, Freight and Mail
    • Road Kilometres by type and Districts
    • Public Finance & Financial Institutions
    • Development Expenditure of Sindh
    • Sector-wise Distribution of Annual Development Programme of Sindh
    • Summary Statement of Capital Receipts and Expenditure of Sindh
    • Central Excise Duty Recovered by Region in Sindh
    • Provincial Excise Duty and Taxes Recovered by District in Sindh
    • Loan Sanctioned and distributed by Zarai Traqiati Bank, IDBP and HBFC
    Coverage: Annually Frequency:
    • Finance Department
    • Excise & Taxation Department
    • Highway Communication Department.
    • Federal Bureau of Statistics
    • Zarai Taraqiati Bank
    • IDBP
    • HBFC
    Sources: Data is collected from concerned departments/institutions which is compiled and disseminated through Bureau's publications for users. Methodology:
    • Development Statistics of Sindh
    • Statistical Pocket Book of Sindh
    • Sindh at a Glance
    • Agriculture Statistics of Sindh
    • Crop Acreage Statistics of Sindh
    • School Education Statistics of Sindh
    • College Education Statistics Sindh
    • Health Statistics of Sindh
    • Monthly / Quarterly Industrial Production & Employment Survey Report
    Regular Publications (Selected)
    • Development Statistics of Sindh
    • Sindh at a Glance
    • Comparative Statistics of Pakistan and Sindh
    • Statistical Pocket Book of Sindh
    • District Development Indicators Sindh
    • Agriculture Statistics of Sindh
    • 10 Years Agricultural Statistics of Sindh
    • Crop Acreage Statistics
    • Monthly Report on Industrial Production and Employment Survey
    • Quarterly Reports on Industrial Production & Employment Survey
    • Census of Manufacturing Industries (CMI) in Sindh
    • 25 Years Sindh in Statistics
    • School Education Statistics of Sindh
    • College Education Statistics Sindh
    • Health Statistics of Sindh
    • Human Rural Settlements Survey(HRS) Reports of all Districts in Sindh
    Publications (selected) Released During 2001 to 2005
  • Selected Surveys Conducted During the Years 2001 to 2005
    • Monthly Industrial Production & Employment Survey in selected large scale manufacturing establishments (550) (Regular).
    • Census of Crop Acreage Statistics for Rabi & Kharif seasons (Regular).
    • Human Rural Settlements Survey having population 200 & above in all Districts of Sindh (Periodical)
    • Multiple Indicators Cluster Survey (MICS) in all 16 districts of Sindh including 18 Towns of Karachi with the assistance of UNICEF. (Adhoc)
  • Future Work Plan
    • To strengthen statistical data collection activities at Provincial/ District/Taluka Level
    • To identify sector/areas where data is either not exist or data gap is large and to develop Statistical series to reduce data gap by conducting census/ surveys/case studies, etc.
    • Reduce time lag in data collection to bring out Bureau's regular/adhoc publications timely and also enhance scope and coverage of existing publications.
    • Improve scope and coverage of Monthly Survey of Industrial Production & Employment, and other socio-economic sectors.
    • Conducting Human Rural Settlements survey in all the districts of Sindh having population 200 and above to identify the development gaps for the use of planners and policy makers.
  • THANKS