The Labour Bureau is all set to launch its 5 main surveys, together with on migrant and home staff, throughout the nation by April 1 as two out of three mandated pre-testings of the research yielded “encouraging and constructive outcomes”.
The third pre-testing of the 5 surveys could be performed in subsequent ten days after which the research would start throughout the nation by the Labour Bureau, which is a wing of the Ministry of Labour & Employment.
Speaking to PTI, Director Common Labour Bureau D P S Negi stated, “There are very encouraging and constructive outcomes of two pre-testings of those 5 surveys. The third testing in sure pocket could be performed in subsequent ten days. We’re hopeful to launch all 5 surveys throughout the nation by April 1 and work on floor to launch ends in seven to eight month.”
Final week on February 20, Labour Bureau Chandigarh, an hooked up workplace of the Ministry of Labour & Employment, organised a coaching of trainers for the 5 all-India surveys regarding home staff, migrant staff, employment generated by the professionals, the employment generated in transport sector and the all India quarterly establishment-based employment survey.
The all-India coaching of trainers was presided over by Prof. S P Mukherjee, the chairman of the skilled group; Dr. Amitabh Kundu, the co-chairman of the skilled group and D P S Negi, the Director Common of Labour Bureau.
The back-to-back coaching periods have been part of the three-day complete coaching periods to be imparted to the officers/officers of the Labour Bureau, the officers from the seven regional places of work of the Labour Bureau and the officers from varied state governments.
Detailed energy level displays explaining the goals, sampling design and schedules for every of the 5 surveys viz. All India Surveys regarding home staff, migrant staff, employment generated by the professionals, the employment generated in transport sector, and the all-India quarterly establishment-based employment survey have been made by the officers of the Labour Bureau.
The schedules to be canvassed have been deconstructed block-wise for every of the 5 all-India surveys intimately.
There was additionally an in depth query and reply session through which subject investigators raised questions and sought clarifications relating to varied questions within the schedules to be canvassed.
These trainings are a precursor to the trainings that may finally be imparted to the sector officers who will finally undertake the surveys throughout the nation.
The sector investigators have been despatched out to the sector for a pre-testing survey to canvass the schedules for every of the 5 all-India surveys. The pattern included each rural and concrete pockets.
Every crew comprised of seven to eight Investigators and so they have been accompanied by officers of the IES (Indian Financial Companies) and ISS (Indian Statistical Companies) to oversee the pre-testing train.
Thereafter, detailed displays have been made by every crew in an effort to apprise Prof. S P Mukherjee, Dr. Amitabh Kundu, D P S Negi and different senior officers concerning the learnings from the sector go to.
The learnings included observations, issues confronted whereas canvassing the schedules, and so on.
The sector investigators flagged a couple of teething points that they encountered whereas canvassing the schedules.
The chairman and different members of the skilled group took be aware of all these points. For instance, in case of the pre-testing train of the all-India survey on employment generated by professionals, the investigators instructed that prior appointments with professionals could also be looked for easy canvassing of the schedules.
The coaching session concluded with the inspiring remarks of D P S Negi, who deeply appreciated the efforts put in by the sector investigators in addition to the officers for making the pre-testing train an enormous success.
He additional acknowledged that the information collected by these 5 all-India surveys will present necessary inputs for evidence-based coverage making.
Moreover, information thus collected would assist to fill the information gaps that existed till now so far as migrant and home staff are involved.
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