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									4.   Training of  In order to sensitize the officials in use of data for planning and in
     Statistical  order to improve the statistical and analytical skills of the statistical
     Personnel    personnel, the statistical personnel need to be trained in the
                  following areas:
                      1. Sensitization workshop on sources and use of data in
                          decentralized planning and decision making process for senior
                      2. Orientation on official statistics for senior officials
                      3. Induction Training on official statistics : computation of
                          indices and estimation in agriculture, state income, NSS and
                          civil registration system & Accounts
                      4. Refresher trainings
                      5. Statistical Analysis with hands-on training in computers
                      6. Specialized training on Demographic techniques
                      7. Specialized training on Survey, sampling methodology,
                          programme monitoring and evaluation
                      8. Specialized training on Softwares like SPSS, Devinfo
                      9. Other new project related trainings
                      10. Financed courses in premier institutions
                      11. Organization of Seminars and Conferences
                      12. Exposure & learning visits
                      13. Training on CRS and MCCD for Staff engaged in civil
                          registration and MCCD
                      14. Training of grassroots workers to operate notebooks to enter
                          data with questionnaires and preloaded formats for collection
                          of data and its uploading
                      15. Training in Communication skills, report writing,
                          presentation and dissemination skills.
5.   Statistical  DES has been declared the nodal agency for all statistical matters in
     Capacity     the State. So, DES has to review data collected from different sectors
     Building     and approve the data before it is released. In order to build the
     with         capacity of DES and DSOs and handhold for a period of five years to
     professional review, comment and approve the data, the following experts and
     consultants specialists are proposed for a period of six years at the State
     in DES and headquarters and the District Statistical Offices:
                  Statistical Capacity Building at the State level (DES
                  There is a need for the following specialists from the following fields
                  to be appointed for a period of six years or the project period:
                      • Subject Specialist / Expert in Applied Statistics
                      • Subject Specialist / Expert in Econometrics
                      • Subject Specialist / Expert in Demography & Health
                      • Subject Specialist / Expert in official Statistics
                      • Subject Specialist / Expert in Information Technology (IT)

                    Statistical Capacity Building at the District level
                    There is a need for the following specialists from the following fields:
                       • Subject Specialist / Expert in official Statistics & Demography
                           in the districts (Demographer)
                       • Subject Specialist / Expert in Information Technology (IT) in
                           the districts

6.   Research,      In order to improve the statistical system, the following types of
     Monitoring,    studies are being proposed:
     and Studies       •   Type Studies in different sectors like; the contribution of
                           the unorganized sector in the State’s GDP.
                       •   Quantitative and Qualitative Surveys and Studies
                       •   Baseline Surveys to establish benchmarks for evaluation at
                           a later stage
                       •   Mid-term evaluation studies understand the direction of
                           the implementation
                       •   Endline surveys and studies to evaluate the performance of
                           the programmes against the agreed upon outcome
                       •   Regular monitoring through Management Information
                           System (MIS).
                       •   Studies in the education sector
                               1. Mid-term estimation of literacy rate : Every three
                                  years after the census
                               2. Sample survey on estimation of drop-out rate,
                                  retention rate and transition rate : Every three years
                               3. Impact of various incentive schemes, scholarships,
                                  and computer education : Every three to five years
                               4. Infrastructure development in school : Every five
7.   Regional          •   Seminars will be organized to share and disseminate data
     workshops             and participation of different officials in different seminars
     and                   will be promoted.
     Seminars for

8.   Additional         •  The first priority should be to fill up about 1/3rd vacancies
     Human                 of the total strength already present at different levels of
     Resources             the statistical system, which will reduce time lag in data
     Requirement           transmission, analysis and publications. If these vacancies
                           are not filled up immediately, this will lead to reduction of
                           the staff strength to about half of the sanctioned strength
                           by 2015.
                        • In order to facilitate the implementation of this SSSP, there
                           is a requirement of the following additional staff:
                        1. In order to implement the forthcoming projects and tasks
                           like; ISSP, Training, Research and Studies, a post of JD is
                           being proposed in DES. In all, One JD and 4 SAs have
                           been proposed
                        2. DSO : At the district level after the reorganization and
                           bifurcation of the earlier districts, the staff position has not
                           been maintained to the optimum level. So, as per the
                           discussion and suggestions based on the assessment of
                           the current status of the DSOs, a common ideal model is
                           being proposed (SO-1, SA-4, SI-3 & Computor-2). In all, 41
                           SAs, 36 SIs and 44 Computors have been proposed as per
                           the common ideal model.
                        3. BSO : In all, one SO and two SAs and two computors per
                           block have been proposed

                     The following posts have been proposed by various                 line
                     departments in the SSSP questionnaire sent to them:

                        •   In other line departments, the posts of 3 Directors, 18 JDs,
                            16 DDs, 45 ADs, 146 SOs, 1,286 SAs, 322 SIs and 693
                            computors have been proposed by the various departments.
                            These will be pursued by the various concerned
                            departments through their own channels

9.   Setting up of   A high level committee will be setup to suggest the collection of
     a High level    emerging data and suggest to improve the quality of data in terms
     Technical       of its (1) Adequacy; (2) Relevance; (3) Accuracy; (4) Timeliness; (5)
     Committee       Accessibility; (6) Interpretability; (7) Coherence, Methodological


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