Bangladesh Census of Manufacturing Industries 1987-88
The 1987-88 report of the Census of Manufacturing Industries (CMI), is the 161h in its series. Data presented in the report relate to manufacturing eslablishmerits registered with the Chief Inspector of Factories under the Factories Act, 1934 and responded to the census. The tables contain information on structures, operations and outputs of the units. Some comparison tables have also been incorporated in this report which reflect key findings of the 1986-87 and 198.788 censuses of manufacturing industries. I believe the users will find the repoil useful. The officers and staff of the CMI section of the Industry, Trade, Labour.Statistics and National Income (ITLS & NI) Wing of BBS, responsible for collection and compilation of the data deserve our thanks. The. analysis, interpretation and publication of this report was performed by. Md Zobdul Hoque, Joint Director, in charge of the CMI who was assisted by Md. Shah Alam, Statistical Officer Mr. Abdul Jabber, Deputy-Director and Mr. Akter Jamil, Asstt. Statistical Officer 61 CDP Wing also deserve thanks for rendering all possible help and co-operation for timely processing of census data.
The main objectives of CMI 1987-88 were to determine the volume of industrial production, fixed capital investment employment and gross value added in manufacturing industries Data collected related to fixed assets
- employment and cost thereof
- value and quantity of raw materials consumed
- inventories of physical assets - cost and quantity of fuel consumed
- quantity and value of goods produced - non industrial cost, and indirect taxes
- value added at factor cost, etc.
Kind of Data
Census/enumeration data [cen]
Producers and sponsors
Authoring entity/Primary investigators
BANGLADESH BUREAU OF STATISTICS
Statistics Division, Ministry of Planning
Dates of Data Collection (YYYY/MM/DD)
Mode of data collection
Type of Research Instrument
A questionnaire with a instruction manual in Bengali was used (see annexure 2). The questionnaire was canvassed both for large and medium scale establishments and also for handloom establishments.
Ministry of Planning
All filled-in questionnaires were first edited manually. Any omissions, inconsistencies, and errors found in the returns were corrected by contacting the respondents. In a few instances, where information gap could not be filled-in, imputations were made.
Manual coding of specific items was also done. After both editing and coding returns were sent for computer processing. Tables obtained from computer as form of computer printout are directly used for publication. Tabulation of;census data was based on Bangladesh standard industrial classification (BSIC'86) developed in conformity to International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC), 1968.