Kumar Abhay, IAAS
Asstt. Accountant General
O/o The Accountant General
(A&E),Punjab.
Role of Statistics in Real Life ,
Bus...
Use of Statistics in Real Life
 At every stage and in every aspect of our
activities
 Statistics used even at the origin...
Use of Statistics in Real Life
cont’d
 General desire to minimise uncertainty in our life ( preference for
Calculated Ris...
Use of Statistics in Business
 No Business Enterprise can be run successfully
without using Statistics ( scale & type dep...
Use of Statistics in Good
Governance
 Components of Good Governance
Evidence Based Policy Making
Transparency
Particip...
Use of Statistics in Promoting Good
Governance
 Evidence Based Policy Making : Policy based on
reality as represented by ...
Present Statistical System in
India
 M/o Statistics & Programme Implementation ,
Government of India : Separate ministry ...
Statistics & Good Governance
 Requirements for Statistics to be useful as Good
Governance tool
 Quality of Statistics/Da...
Quality Measures of Statistics/Data
 Relevance (pragmatic data quality)
 Accuracy & Adequacy ( based on Risk involved
& ...
Recent Developments
 National Statistical Commission
 Subscription to IMF’s Special Data Dissemination
Standards
 Advan...
Result Framework Document
 A system for monitoring and evaluating the
performance of Govt. Departments and Ministries
( f...
Result Framework Document cont’d
As per this system, at the beginning of each
financial year, all Ministries / Departments...
References:
 MoSPI website ( www.mospi.gov.in).
 C&AG of India website (www.cag.gov.in)
 Inherent and pragmatic data qu...
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    1. 1. Kumar Abhay, IAAS Asstt. Accountant General O/o The Accountant General (A&E),Punjab. Role of Statistics in Real Life , Business & Good Governance
    2. 2. Use of Statistics in Real Life  At every stage and in every aspect of our activities  Statistics used even at the origin stage of human beings  Certain Statistics are used to the extent that we hardly feel that we are using Statistics ( have become Common Sense)  It is gaining importance with public desire to haveSaturday, January 31, 20152
    3. 3. Use of Statistics in Real Life cont’d  General desire to minimise uncertainty in our life ( preference for Calculated Risk / Certainty )  Most importantly the Employment Opportunity offered  In Government Jobs ( ISS , SSS ; One of the optionals at Pre. as well as Main Exam stage of Civil Services )  In Public Sector Undertakings & Autonomous Bodies ( Teaching & Research, R.B.I. , Public Sector Banks , etc.)  In Private Sector ( all types of companies : Insurance Sector , ITES , BPO , Market Research, Pharmaceuticals, etc.) Saturday, January 31, 20153
    4. 4. Use of Statistics in Business  No Business Enterprise can be run successfully without using Statistics ( scale & type depend on nature and volume of business)  Statistics used in :  Understanding Consumer Behaviour ( Need Analysis for any product , even financial products) Product Designing & Pricing Product Customisation ( segment specific products ) Quality Control ( process as well as product quality control) Market Research Seasonality/Cyclic Issues Saturday, January 31, 20154
    5. 5. Use of Statistics in Good Governance  Components of Good Governance Evidence Based Policy Making Transparency Participation Effectiveness Accountability Access to information Coherence & Coordination Sensitive to : Gender , Equity & Environment Saturday, January 31, 20155
    6. 6. Use of Statistics in Promoting Good Governance  Evidence Based Policy Making : Policy based on reality as represented by Data (Policy Planning)  Participation : Needs to be informed and organised  Effectiveness : Policies & projects linked with definite quantifiable outcome  Accountability : To be linked with outcome( performance linked promotions)  Access to Information : Desirable information to be made available at affordable cost Saturday, January 31, 20156
    7. 7. Present Statistical System in India  M/o Statistics & Programme Implementation , Government of India : Separate ministry in existence w.e.f. 15.10.1999 ( every other ministry/ department has Statistics Wing )  State Statistical Bureaus/ Directorate of Economics & Statistics at State/UT Level  District Statistical Officer  All sorts of data are collected and compiled Saturday, January 31, 20157
    8. 8. Statistics & Good Governance  Requirements for Statistics to be useful as Good Governance tool  Quality of Statistics/Data Institutional mechanism to use Statistics/Data  Official Statistics are to be used as a Public Good Saturday, January 31, 20158
    9. 9. Quality Measures of Statistics/Data  Relevance (pragmatic data quality)  Accuracy & Adequacy ( based on Risk involved & Importance)  Timeliness  Accessibility  Comparability  Coherence Saturday, January 31, 20159
    10. 10. Recent Developments  National Statistical Commission  Subscription to IMF’s Special Data Dissemination Standards  Advance Release Calendar for important indicators (MoSPI)  The India Statistical Strengthening Project ( focus on SSBs/DESs )  National Strategic Statistical Plan (SWOT type analysis) Saturday, January 31, 201510
    11. 11. Result Framework Document  A system for monitoring and evaluating the performance of Govt. Departments and Ministries ( from 2009-10)  Basic Components of RFD:  What are Departments basic objectives?  What actions are proposed to achieve these objectives during the year? And  How would we know at the end of the year the degree of progress made in implementing these actions i.e. what is the relevant success indicators? Saturday, January 31, 201511
    12. 12. Result Framework Document cont’d As per this system, at the beginning of each financial year, all Ministries / Departments are required to prepare a RFD consisting of the priorities set out by the Ministry concerned, corresponding success indicators and time bound targets to measure progress in achieving these objectives. At the end of year, all Ministries / Departments are required to review and prepare a report listing the achievements of their Ministries / Departments against the agreed results for placing before the Cabinet for information. Saturday, January 31, 201512
    13. 13. References:  MoSPI website ( www.mospi.gov.in).  C&AG of India website (www.cag.gov.in)  Inherent and pragmatic data quality measures ( by Jurgens Pieterse )  Dakar Declaration on the Development of Statistics  Statistical Literacy Guide ( House of Commons Library ,UK) Saturday, January 31, 201513
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