Planning, Publication & Co-ordination Division are responsible for Regular monitoring of plan schemes and updating physical and financial achievements in the plan monitoring software ‘Plan Space’.

Planning, Publication and Co-ordination Division

Planning, Publication and Co-ordination Division

Planning, Publication & Co-ordination Division are responsible for Regular monitoring of plan schemes and updating physical and financial achievements in the plan monitoring software ‘Plan Space’. Implementation, Co-ordination and monitoring of National Statistical Commission Recommendation, Collection of statistics Act 2008, Right to Service Act 2012 and Conference on Central and State Statistical Organisation (COCSSO) meeting and Annual Performance Report, formation of annual plan proposals, Citizen Charter etc. are prepared and submitted to Government.

Publication Division is entrusted for the publication namely Statistics for planning, Panchayat Level Statistics, Statistical Hand Book, Gender Statistics, Infrastructure Statistics and Environmental Statistics.

Co-Ordination Section co-ordinates the functioning of statistical cell attached in 42 Government departments and provide technical support and guidance for effective data management and data sharing.

Decentralized Planning Round Survey

The purpose of the survey is to collect statistics related to the major subject areas of the local bodies and to prepare reports at various levels based on them.

Data regarding assets and material gains generated in the Gram Panchayat / Municipality / Corporation from the 2015-16 Annual Plan to the 2019-20 Annual Plan are collected in the survey.

These statistics will help to prepare the new action plans for coming years, evaluate the activities of the previous governing bodies, prepare better projects  and implement them in a timely manner .

The Government have directed the Department of Economic & Statistics to conduct the survey and prepare the report by order No. SA / Print No. 15/2020 / Plan dated 02/11/2020.

The survey questionnaires have been prepared on the basis of discussions held at various stages by the concerned Department Officers, representatives of various subject areas and the officials of the Department of Economic & Statistics under the leadership of the State Planning Board. KILA conducted training at all levels of the survey.

The Government have decided to hold a decentralized planning round in the coming years as well. The statistics for the previous year to be collected in the months of April-May of each coming year and compiled for the next five years. 

The survey covers 12 sectors and one general sector for the collection of assets and material achievements created on the subject basis, and 1 questionnaire for the collection of general information of local self-governing bodies by dividing the subject areas into 12 sections.

List of development sectors included

  1. Agriculture
  2. Animal Husbandry-Dairy Development
  3. Fisheries
  4. Small scale industry
  5. Education
  6. Health
  7. Drinking water, sanitation and Waste management
  8. Housing
  9. Women and Child Development
  10. Social justice
  11. Energy
  12. Infrastructure Development
  13. General Information

An online data entry software is developed by the Computer Division of  Department of  Economics & Statistics for smooth and speedy completion of the survey. Implementing officers are entrusted to do the data entry in the software and the investigators in charge of a local body helped the implementing officers for data entry.

Data Collection - Inspection - Report Preparation

The investigator in charge should ensure that the officers who are required to provide information to the Local Self Government Institutions have received the questionnaires online.

Executing officers are required to prepare data from a questionnaire related to their subject area, enter data and return it online to Statistical Investigators.

Grama panchayath

The Statistical Investigator verify accuracy of the online data in all the subject areas in which he/she has received information. Ensure availability of data in different blocks of the questionnaire. Any doubts regarding the data should be communicated to the concerned implementing officer and resolved. After ensuring the accuracy of data, the investigator submits online to the Extension Officer (P&M) in the block. In this case, the statistical investigator is required to take a printout of the edited data and certify it to the executing officer.

After checking the information received online from the Gram Panchayats within each block, EO(P&M) has to confirm the accuracy of the data at the Panchayat  level once again.

 Corrections, as directed by the Panchayat Secretary, should be made and the schedules should be attested by the Panchayat Secretary and kept by the Investigator. The said schedules should be submitted online to the District Deputy Director, Department of  Economic  & Statistics.

The Deputy Director (Statistics) should prepare block / municipality / corporation / district level reports after verifying the accuracy of the data available from all the local bodies in the district.

Implementing Officer->Statistical Investigator->EO(P&M)->GP Secty->Deputy Director District office (E&S)

Corporation / Municipality

The Statistical Investigator verifies the accuracy of the online data in all the subject areas in which he has received information. Ensure availability of data in different blocks of the questionnaire.  If there are any queries regarding the data, it should be communicated to the Executing Officer and resolved and then submitted online to the Taluk Statistical Officer / Statistical Inspector.  In this case, the statistical investigator is required to take a printout of the edited data and certify it to the executing officer

The data received online from each Corporation / Municipality should be checked by the Taluk Statistical Officer / Statistical Inspector and the accuracy of the data should be verified once again at the level of the Corporation / Municipality Secretary.

Corrections, as directed by the Secretary, shall be made and the schedules shall be attested by the Secretary and kept by the Investigator. The said schedules should be submitted online to the District Deputy Director, Department of Economic Statistics

Implementing Officer->Statistical Investigator->TSO/SI->Corp/Mun Secty->Deputy Director District office (E&S)

The Deputy Director (Statistics) should prepare block / municipality / corporation / district level reports after verifying the accuracy of the data available from all the local bodies in the district.

The district-level report should be submitted to the DPC by the Deputy Director. Thereafter the final report should be submitted to the Director, Department of Economic Statistics for preparation of the State Level Report

Deputy Director (E&S)->DPC->DirectorDES

 

Mission Antyodaya

The Annual Survey, a component of the Mission Antyodaya Mission, approved in the Union Budget  2017-18, was launched in October 2017. Initially, the survey was conducted only in selected Gram Panchayats but in subsequent years it was extended to all Gram Panchayats across the country. Although the number of indicators was initially limited, they were expanded in the 2019 survey and new additions were introduced in 2020. Kudumbasree was entrusted for data collection in the state for the first survey conducted in 2017. However, the government has decided to hand over the task of data collection of the survey to the Department of Economic Statistics from 2018.

Mission Antyodaya 2017

The survey was conducted in 44,125 Gram Panchayats selected at the national level.  195 Grama Panchayats were selected from Kerala for the survey. Data were collected with the help of a questionnaire containing 47 indicators from 7 subject areas. Basic information was collected from all the selected Gram Panchayats and the Gram Panchayats were ranked nationally using the said data.

Mission Antyodaya 2018

In the year 2018, the survey was conducted in 2.2 lakh Gram Panchayats nationwide. This included all the Gram Panchayats in the state. Statistics show that Grama Panchayats in Kerala have performed better than other states at the national level. Marancheri and Alamkode Grama Panchayats in the Perumbadappu block of Malappuram district in Kerala secured 12th rank nationally with a score of 89.

Mission Antyodaya 2019

The questionnaire used for the 2019 survey was different from the 2018 questionnaire. The data collection was done on the basis of 149 indicators from 29 subject areas divided into two parts (Part A and Part B) with a view to the sustainable development of the country. 

Mission Antyodaya 2020

Prior to the formulation of the Gram Panchayat Annual Plan for the year 2021-22, the Mission Antyodaya Annual Survey 2020 was conducted by all the Gram Panchayats. The State Government was provided with detailed guidelines on the efforts of all Grama / Block / District Panchayat Institutions to address the development issues and gaps identified in the survey.

The data collected through the Mission Antyodaya Annual Survey has a decisive influence on the development plan formulation of the Gram Panchayats.

The questionnaire selected for the 2019 survey was also used for the 2020 survey. At the same time, if the information is available on 39 indicators related to infrastructure in each village, status pictures of such institutions were geotagged. This is an innovative concept implemented in the 2020 survey.

Although Grama Panchayats are the focal point of the Mission Antyodaya Survey, the data collection was done by considering the Revenue Villages as the ultimate unit, which includes the areas within their geographical boundaries. One or more villages may come in full or in part within the territory of a Grama Panchayat. The information is collected by viewing the part of the villages that are partial as part villages of the gram panchayat. The information of the Gram Panchayats will be available while compiling the information collected at the village level.

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Last Updated: 15, June 2022