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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
NATIONAL SAMPLE SURVEY ORGANISATION

SOCIO-ECONOMIC SURVEY - JANUARY TO DECEMBER, 1983

HOUSEHOLD SCHEDULE 10: EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT

Thirty-eighth Round

Area:

[] 1 Rural*
[] 2 Urban

[*delete whichever is inapplicable.]

[1] Identification of sample household

1. _____ Serial number
2. _____ State-region
3. _____ Stratum
4. _____ Sub-sample
5. _____ Sample village/block no.*
6. _____ Sub-round
7. _____ Sample household no.
8. _____ State/u.t.
9. _____ District
10. _____ Tehsil/Town*
11. _____ Name of village
12. _____ Hamlet(s) surveyed
13. _____ Size/class of town
14. _____ Ward-iv. unit/block/ward-charge, circle/block*
15. _____ House number
16. _____ Name of head
17. _____ Name of informant

18. Informant:

[] 1 Head of household
[] 2 Other member of household
[] 9 Others

19. Type of informant:

[] 1 Co-operative and capable
[] 2 Co-operative but not capable
[] 3 Busy
[] 4 Reluctant
[] 9 Others

20. Survey:

[] 1 Original household surveyed
[] 2 Substitute household surveyed
[] 3 Casualty (nothing surveyed)

21. Reason for casualty:
[Recorded for casualty households as recorded in item 20 (value 3).]

[] 1 Informant busy
[] 2 Members away from home
[] 3 Informant non-cooperative
[] 9 Others

[Section 2 omitted]

[3] Household characteristics

1. _____ Household size

2. Household principal industry _ _ _
Household principal occupation _ _ _
[Household principal industry-occupation codes are as in NIC-1970 and NCO-1968.]

3. Household type:

(i) For rural areas:
[] 1 Household self-employed in non-agricultural occupations
[] 2 Agricultural labour households
[] 3 Other labour households
[] 4 Households self-employed in agricultural occupations
[] 9 Other households
(ii) For urban areas:
[] 1 Self-employed households
[] 9 Other households

4. Household religion:

[] 1 Hinduism
[] 2 Islam
[] 3 Christianity
[] 4 Sikhism
[] 5 Jainism
[] 6 Buddhism
[] 7 Zoroastrianism
[] 9 Others

5. Household group:

[] 1 Scheduled tribe
[] 2 Scheduled caste
[] 3 Neo-buddhist
[] 9 Others

6. Homestead type:

[] 1 Owned
[] 9 Others

Household land particulars (0.00 acres)
[Questions 7-11]

7. _____ Owned

8. _____ Leased in

9. _____ Neither owned nor leased in

10. _____ Leased out

11. _____ Total possessed (7+8+9-10)

Household land cultivated (0.00 acres)
[Questions 12-15]

12. _____ Owned

13. _____ Leased in

14. _____ Neither owned nor leased in

15. _____ Total (12+13+14)

16. _____ Household land irrigated (0.00 acres)

17. Use of hired labour for crop production:

[] 1 Regularly
[] 2 During peak season only
[] 3 Casually
[] 4 Hires no labour for crop production
[] 5 Households with no crop production

18. Use of hired labour for other productive enterprises:

[] 1 Regularly
[] 2 During peak season only
[] 3 Casually
[] 4 Hires no labour for other productive enterprises
[] 5 Households with no other productive enterprises

19. _____ Household monthly per-capita expenditure last month (Rs. 0.00)

20. Whether the household moved to the village/town of enumeration during the last 365 days:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No [skip to Section 4.1]

21. If yes in item 20, type of last residence (place):

[Question 21 was asked of persons whose household moved to the village or town of enumeration during the last 365 days, per Question 20.]

[] 1 Rural areas of the same district
[] 2 Urban areas of the same district
[] 3 Rural areas of other districts of the same state
[] 4 Urban areas of other districts of the same state
[] 5 Rural areas of other states
[] 6 Urban areas of other states
[] 7 Other countries

22. Whether the movement was temporary or permanent:

[Question 22 was asked of persons whose household moved to the village or town of enumeration during the last 365 days, per Question 20.]

[] 1 Temporary: seasonal
[] 2 Temporary: non-seasonal
[] 3 Permanent

23. Reason for the movement:

[Question 23 was asked of persons whose household moved to the village or town of enumeration during the last 365 days, per Question 20.]

[] 1 In search of work
[] 2 On work
[] 9 Others

[12] _____ Remarks by investigator

[13] _____ Comments by supervisory officer

[4.1] Demographic and current activity particulars during the week ended on_____

1. _____ Serial number

2. _____ Name of member

3. Relation to head (actual description): ____

4. Relation to head code:

[] 1 Head
[] 2 Spouse of head
[] 3 Married child
[] 4 Spouse of married child
[] 5 Unmarried child
[] 6 Grandchild
[] 7 Father/mother/father-in-law/mother-in-law
[] 8 Brother/sister/brother-in-law/sister-in-law/other relatives
[] 9 Servant/employee/other non-relatives

5. Sex:

[] 1 Male
[] 2 Female

6. Age (in years): _____

7. Marital status:

[] 1 Never married
[] 2 Currently married
[] 3 Widower/divorced/separated

8. Educational standard: general

[] 0 Not literate
[] 1 Literate without formal schooling
[] 2 Literate but below primary
[] 3 Primary
[] 4 Middle
[] 5 Secondary

Graduate and above in:
[] 6 Agriculture
[] 7 Engineering technology
[] 8 Medicine
[] 9 Other subjects

9. Educational standard: technical

Additional diploma or certificate in:

[] 10 Agriculture
[] 11 Engineering/technology
[] 12 Medicine
[] 13 Crafts
[] 14 Other subjects
[] 15 No technical education

10. Was any part of the study done as private/external candidate?

[] 1 Yes: private/external
[] 2 Yes: through correspondence course
[] 3 No
11. Number of years of formal education (in years): _____

12. Current enrollment in educational institution and course of study:

[] 1 Currently not enrolled in any educational institution

a. Currently enrolled in an educational institution of:
[] 2 Pre-primary
[] 3 Primary
[] 4 Middle
[] 5 Secondary
b. Undergraduate/Post-graduate courses in:
[] 6 Agriculture
[] 7 Engineering/technology
[] 8 Medicine
[] 9 Other subjects
c. Diploma or certificate course in:
[] 10 Agriculture
[] 11 Engineering/technology
[] 12 Medicine
[] 13 Crafts
[] 14 Other subjects

13. Whether currently on the live register of the employment exchange:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

Current weekly activity [Questions 14 to 15]

14. Status:

Working with an employer under obligation/ work not specifically compensated by prevalent wage or salary:
[] 1 Attached to landlord
[] 2 Attached to money-lender
[] 3 Attached to landlord-cum-money lender
[] 4 Attached to others
[] 11 Worked (self-employed) in household enterprise
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise
[] 31 Worked as regular salaried/wage employee
[] 41 Worked as casual wage labour in public works
[] 51 Worked as casual wage labour in other types of work
[] 61 Did not work though there was work in household enterprise
[] 71 Did not work but had regular salaried/wage employment
[] 81 Sought work
[] 82 Did not seek but was available for work
[] 91 Attended educational institutions
[] 92 Attended domestic duties only
[] 93 Attended domestic duties and was also engaged in free collection of goods (vegetables, roots, firewood, cattle feed etc.), sewing, tailoring, weaving etc., for household use
[] 94 Too young to work/ to attend school/ to seek employment
[] 95 Old and disabled
[] 96 Rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients etc.
[] 97 Beggars, prostitutes, etc.
[] 98 Others
[] 99 Did not work due to temporary sickness (for casual workers only)

15. Industry (division code) for codes 01-71 in column 14*:

[Question 15 was asked of persons who were worked under obligation/attached, worked, or did not work though there was a household enterprise or did not work but had salaried/wage employment per question 14.]

[] 0 Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing
[] 1 Mining and quarrying
[] 2 Manufacturing
[] 3 Manufacturing
[] 4 Electricity, gas and water
[] 5 Construction
[] 6 Wholesale and retail trade and restaurants and hotels
[] 7 Transport, storage, and communication
[] 8 Financing, insurance, real estate and business service
[] 9 Community, social and personal services

For persons having current weekly activity status codes 01-71 in column 14
[Question 16-18 was asked of persons who worked under obligation/attached, worked, or did not work though there was a household enterprise or did not work but had salaried/wage employment per question 14.]

Principal industry occupation: [Questions 16 to 18]

16. Description _____
17. Industry code (NIC 1970) _ _ _
18. Occupation code (NCO 1968) _ _ _

19. Whether place of enumeration different from last usual residence:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No [skip to Section 5]

20. Duration of stay at the place of enumeration:

[Asked of persons whose place of enumeration was different from their last usual residence per question 19 above.]

[] 1 Less than 1 year
[] 2 1-5 years
[] 3 Above 5 years

[4.2] Migration particulars of persons with code 1 in column 19 of block 4.1
[Questions 1-15 were recorded for persons whose last usual residences were different from the enumeration place, per Question 19, Block 4.1.]

1. _____ Serial number as in block 4.1

2. _____ Period since leaving the last usual residence (in years)

Particulars of last usual residence [Questions 3 to 7]

3. Type:

[] 1 Rural areas of the same district
[] 2 Urban areas of the same district
[] 3 Rural areas of other districts of the same state
[] 4 Urban areas of other districts of the same state
[] 5 Rural areas of other states
[] 6 Urban areas of other states
[] 7 Other countries

State:
4. _____ Name
5. _____ Code

District:
6. _____ Name
7. _____ Code

[Columns 5 and 7: for codes, refer to instruction manual Vol. I.]

At time of migration [For questions 8 to 14]

8. _____ Age (in years)

9. Marital status:

[] 1 Never married
[] 2 Currently married
[] 3 Separated

10. Education code:

[] 0 Not literate
[] 1 Literate without formal schooling
[] 2 Literate but below primary
[] 3 Primary
[] 4 Middle
[] 5 Secondary

Graduate and above in:
[] 6 Agriculture
[] 7 Engineering technology
[] 8 Medicine
[] 9 Other subjects

Usual activity [Questions 11 to 12]

11. Status:

Working with an employer under obligation/ work not specifically compensated by prevalent wage or salary:
[] 1 Attached to landlord
[] 2 Attached to money-lender
[] 3 Attached to landlord-cum-money lender
[] 4 Attached to others
[] 11 Worked (self-employed) in household enterprise
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise
[] 31 Worked as regular salaried/wage employee
[] 41 Worked as casual wage labour in public works
[] 51 Worked as casual wage labour in other types of work
[] 81 Sought work
[] 91 Attended educational institutions
[] 92 Attended domestic duties only
[] 93 Attended domestic duties and was also engaged in free collection of goods (vegetables, roots, firewood, cattle feed etc.) sewing, tailoring, weaving etc., for household use
[] 94 Too young to work/ to attend school/ to seek employment
[] 95 Old and disabled
[] 96 Rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients etc.
[] 97 Beggars, prostitutes, etc.
[] 98 Others

12. Industry division code:

[] 0 Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing
[] 1 Mining and quarrying
[] 2 Manufacturing
[] 3 Manufacturing
[] 4 Electricity, gas and water
[] 5 Construction
[] 6 Wholesale and retail trade and restaurants and hotels
[] 7 Transport, storage, and communication
[] 8 Financing, insurance, real estate and business service
[] 9 Community, social and personal services

Occupation (for persons with code 01-51 in column 11):
13. _____ Description
14. _____ NCO 1968

15. Reason for leaving the last usual residence:

[] 1 In search of employment
[] 2 In search of better employment (for persons who were employed at the place of origin prior to migration)
[] 3 Under transfer on service/business contract
[] 4 For pursuing studies
[] 5 On marriage
[] 6 Due to migration of parent(s)/earning member(s) of the family
[] 7 For political change/lack of security or social adjustments
[] 8 Due to natural calamity
[] 9 Due to other reasons

[5] Time disposition during the week ended on _____ of persons assigned codes 01-82 in column 14 of block 4.1
[Questions 1-16 were recorded for persons who were in the labor force, per Question 14, Block 4.1.]

1. _____ Serial No. as in block 4.1

Current activity particular by day [Questions 2 to 12]

2. _____ Serial No. of activity

3. Status:

Working with an employer under obligation/ work not specifically compensated by prevalent wage or salary:
[] 1 Attached to landlord
[] 2 Attached to money-lender
[] 3 Attached to landlord-cum-money lender
[] 4 Attached to others
[] 11 Worked (self-employed) in household enterprise
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise
[] 31 Worked as regular salaried/wage employee
[] 41 Worked as casual wage labour in public works
[] 51 Worked as casual wage labour in other types of work
[] 61 Did not work though there was work in household enterprise
[] 71 Did not work but had regular salaried/wage employment
[] 81 Sought work
[] 82 Did not seek but was available for work
[] 91 Attended educational institutions
[] 92 Attended domestic duties only
[] 93 Attended domestic duties and was also engaged in free collection of goods (vegetables, roots, firewood, cattle feed, etc.), sewing, tailoring, weaving etc., for household use
[] 94 Too young to work/ to attend school/ to seek employment
[] 95 Old and disabled
[] 96 Rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients etc.
[] 97 Beggars, prostitutes, etc.
[] 98 Others
[] 99 Did not work due to temporary sickness (for casual workers only)

4. Industry division:

[] 0 Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing
[] 1 Mining and quarrying
[] 2 Manufacturing
[] 3 Manufacturing
[] 4 Electricity, gas and water
[] 5 Construction
[] 6 Wholesale and retail trade and restaurants and hotels
[] 7 Transport, storage, and communication
[] 8 Financing, insurance, real estate and business service
[] 9 Community, social and personal services

5. Operation:

[] 1 Ploughing
[] 2 Sowing
[] 3 Transplanting
[] 4 Weeding
[] 5 Harvesting
[] 6 Others (manual)
[] 7 Others (non-manual)
Intensity of activity (full-1.0, half-0.5) [For Questions 6 to 12]

6. _____ Seventh day
7. _____ Sixth day
8. _____ Fifth day
9. _____ Fourth day
10. _____ Third day
11. _____ Second day
12. _____ First day

13. _____ Total number of days in each activity during the reference week (0.0)

Wage and salary earnings (received or receivable) for the work done during the week (Rs. 0.00) [For questions 14-16]
14. _____ Cash
15. _____ Kind
16. _____ Total

17. For persons unemployed on all the 7 days, duration of the present spell of unemployment code:

[] 1 Only one week
[] 2 Up to two weeks
[] 3 Up to one month
[] 4 Up to 2 months
[] 5 Up to 3 months
[] 6 Up to 6 months
[] 7 More than 6 months
[6] Usual activity particulars

1. _____ Serial no. as in block 4.1

Principal usual activity: [Questions 2 to 3]

2. Status:

Working with an employer under obligation/ work not specifically compensated by prevalent wage or salary:
[] 1 Attached to landlord
[] 2 Attached to money-lender
[] 3 Attached to landlord-cum-money lender
[] 4 Attached to others
[] 11 Worked (self-employed) in household enterprise
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise
[] 31 Worked as regular salaried/wage employee
[] 41 Worked as casual wage labour in public works
[] 51 Worked as casual wage labour in other types of work
[] 81 Sought work
[] 91 Attended educational institutions
[] 92 Attended domestic duties only
[] 93 Attended domestic duties and was also engaged in free collection of goods (vegetables, roots, firewood, cattle feed etc.), sewing, tailoring, weaving, etc. for household use
[] 94 Too young to work/ to attend school/ to seek employment
[] 95 Old and disabled
[] 96 Rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients, etc.
[] 97 Beggars, prostitutes, etc.
[] 98 Others

3. Industry division:

[] 0 Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing
[] 1 Mining and quarrying
[] 2 Manufacturing
[] 3 Manufacturing
[] 4 Electricity, gas and water
[] 5 Construction
[] 6 Wholesale and retail trade and restaurants and hotels
[] 7 Transport, storage, and communication
[] 8 Financing, insurance, real estate and business service
[] 9 Community, social and personal services

For persons with status codes 01-51 in column 2
[Questions 4 to 6 were asked of persons who were worked under obligation/attached or worked, per Question 2 (codes 1-51).]

Principal industry occupation:
4. _____ Description
5. _ _ _ Industry code (NIC 1970)
6. _ _ _ Occupation code (NCO 1968)

If the person had any subsidiary gainful usual activity: [Questions 7 to 11]

7. Status:

Working with an employer under obligation/ work not specifically compensated by prevalent wage or salary:
[] 1 Attached to landlord
[] 2 Attached to money-lender
[] 3 Attached to landlord-cum-money lender
[] 4 Attached to others
[] 11 Worked (self-employed) in household enterprise
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise
[] 31 Worked as regular salaried/wage employee
[] 41 Worked as casual wage labour in public works
[] 51 Worked as casual wage labour in other types of work
[] 61 Did not work though there was work in household enterprise
[] 71 Did not work but had regular salaried/wage employment
[] 81 Sought work
[] 82 Did not seek but was available for work
[] 91 Attended educational institutions
[] 92 Attended domestic duties only
[] 93 Attended domestic duties and was also engaged in free collection of goods (vegetables, roots, firewood, cattle feed etc.), sewing, tailoring, weaving, etc. for household use
[] 94 Too young to work/ to attend school/ to seek employment
[] 95 Old and disabled
[] 96 Rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients, etc.
[] 97 Beggars, prostitutes, etc.
[] 98 Others

8. Industry division:

[] 0 Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing
[] 1 Mining and quarrying
[] 2 Manufacturing
[] 3 Manufacturing
[] 4 Electricity, gas and water
[] 5 Construction
[] 6 Wholesale and retail trade and restaurants and hotels
[] 7 Transport, storage, and communication
[] 8 Financing, insurance, real estate and business service
[] 9 Community, social and personal services

Industry-occupation:
9. Description _____
10. Industry code (NIC 1970) _ _ _
11. Occupation code (NCO 1968) _ _ _

12. Whether stayed temporarily for work for a continuous period of 4 weeks or more at a different place during the last 365 days:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

If yes in column 12 [Answer questions 13-23]

13. Reason:

[Question 13 was asked of persons who stayed temporarily for work for a continuous period of 4 weeks or more at a different place during the last 365 days, per Question 12.]

[] 1 Non-availability of work at the place of enumeration
[] 2 For better employment
[] 3 Required by nature of work

[Question 14 and 15 were asked of persons who stayed temporarily for work for a continuous period of 4 weeks or more at a different place during the last 365 days, per Question 12.]
14. _____ Total period (in weeks)

15. _____ Number of places stayed at

Industry occupation during the major part of the period:
[Questions 16 to 18 were asked of persons who stayed temporarily for work for a continuous period of 4 weeks or more at a different place during the last 365 days, per Question 12.]

16. _____ Description
17. _ _ _ Industry code (NIC 1970)
18. _ _ _ Occupation code (NCO 1968)

Place where the major part of the period was spent: [Questions 19 to 23]
19. Type:

[Question 19 was asked of persons who stayed temporarily for work for a continuous period of 4 weeks or more at a different place during the last 365 days, per Question 12.]

[] 1 Rural areas of the same district
[] 2 Urban areas of the same district
[] 3 Rural areas of other districts of the same state
[] 4 Urban areas of other districts of the same state
[] 5 Rural areas of other states
[] 6 Urban areas of other states
[] 7 Other countries

[Questions 20 to 23 were asked of persons who stayed temporarily for work for a continuous period of 4 weeks or more at a different place during the last 365 days, per Question 12.]
State:
20. _____ Name
21. _____ Code

District:
22. _____ Name
23. _____ Code

[For columns 21 and 23, codes are given in instruction manual vol. I.]

[7] Particulars of usual subsidiary gainful activity for persons assigned usual status codes 81-93 and 95-98 in column 2 of block 6.

1. _____ Serial number as in block 4.1

2. Usual activity status:

Working with an employer under obligation/ work not specifically compensated by prevalent wage or salary:
[] 1 Attached to landlord
[] 2 Attached to money-lender
[] 3 Attached to landlord-cum-money lender
[] 4 Attached to others
[] 11 Worked (self-employed) in household enterprise
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise
[] 31 Worked as regular salaried/wage employee
[] 41 Worked as casual wage labour in public works
[] 51 Worked as casual wage labour in other types of work
[] 81 Sought work
[] 91 Attended educational institutions
[] 92 Attended domestic duties only
[] 93 Attended domestic duties and was also engaged in free collection of goods (vegetables, roots, firewood, cattle feed etc.) sewing, tailoring, weaving etc., for household use
[] 94 Too young to work/ to attend school/ to seek employment
[] 95 Old and disabled
[] 96 Rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients etc.
[] 97 Beggars, prostitutes, etc.
[] 98 Others
3. Whether engaged on a regular basis in any gainful work in subsidiary capacity:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

If yes in column 3, activity:
4. Status:

[Question 4 was asked of adults who did not work, per Question 2 of Block 6 (codes 81-93 and 95-98), but were engaged on a regular basis in any gainful work in subsidiary capacity, per Question 3.]

Working with an employer under obligation/ work not specifically compensated by prevalent wage or salary:
[] 1 Attached to landlord
[] 2 Attached to money-lender
[] 3 Attached to landlord-cum-money lender
[] 4 Attached to others
[] 11 Worked (self-employed) in household enterprise
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise
[] 31 Worked as regular salaried/wage employee
[] 41 Worked as casual wage labour in public works
[] 51 Worked as casual wage labour in other types of work
[] 81 Sought work
[] 91 Attended educational institutions
[] 92 Attended domestic duties only
[] 93 Attended domestic duties and was also engaged in free collection of goods (vegetables, roots, firewood, cattle feed etc.) sewing, tailoring, weaving etc., for household use
[] 94 Too young to work/ to attend school/ to seek employment
[] 95 Old and disabled
[] 96 Rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients etc.
[] 97 Beggars, prostitutes, etc.
[] 98 Others

5. Industry (div. code):

[Question 5 was asked of adults who did not work, per Question 2 of Block 6 (codes 81-93 and 95-98), but were engaged on a regular basis in any gainful work in subsidiary capacity, per Question 3.]

[] 0 Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing
[] 1 Mining and quarrying
[] 2 Manufacturing
[] 3 Manufacturing
[] 4 Electricity, gas and water
[] 5 Construction
[] 6 Wholesale and retail trade and restaurants and hotels
[] 7 Transport, storage, and communication
[] 8 Financing, insurance, real estate and business service
[] 9 Community, social and personal services
Industry-occupation:
[Questions 6 to 8 were asked of adults who did not work, per Question 2 of Block 6 (codes 81-93 and 95-98), but were engaged on a regular basis in any gainful work in subsidiary capacity, per Question 3.]

6. Description _____
7. Industry code (NIC 1970) _ _ _
8. Occupation code (NCO 1968) _ _ _

[8] Follow-up questions for persons with usual activity status codes 01-93 and 96.

1. _____ Serial number as in block 4.1

2. Usual activity:
Status [to be copied from Question 2 of Block 6]:

Working with an employer under obligation/ work not specifically compensated by prevalent wage or salary:
[] 1 Attached to landlord
[] 2 Attached to money-lender
[] 3 Attached to landlord-cum-money lender
[] 4 Attached to others
[] 11 Worked (self-employed) in household enterprise
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise
[] 31 Worked as regular salaried/wage employee
[] 41 Worked as casual wage labour in public works
[] 51 Worked as casual wage labour in other types of work
[] 81 Sought work
[] 91 Attended educational institutions
[] 92 Attended domestic duties only
[] 93 Attended domestic duties and was also engaged in free collection of goods (vegetables, roots, firewood, cattle feed etc.) sewing, tailoring, weaving etc., for household use
[] 94 Too young to work/ to attend school/ to seek employment
[] 95 Old and disabled
[] 96 Rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients etc.
[] 97 Beggars, prostitutes, etc.
[] 98 Others

Industry [to be copied from Question 2 of Block 6]:

[] 0 Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing
[] 1 Mining and quarrying
[] 2 Manufacturing
[] 3 Manufacturing
[] 4 Electricity, gas and water
[] 5 Construction
[] 6 Wholesale and retail trade and restaurants and hotels
[] 7 Transport, storage, and communication
[] 8 Financing, insurance, real estate and business service
[] 9 Community, social and personal services

3. For persons with usual activity status codes 81-93 and 96
Usual subsidiary gainful activity:

[Question 3 was asked of persons who were seeking work, attending schools, attending domestic duties, or had non-labor income, per Question 2 of Block 6.]

[to be copied from Questions 4 and 5 of Block 7]

Status:

Working with an employer under obligation/ work not specifically compensated by prevalent wage or salary:
[] 1 Attached to landlord
[] 2 Attached to money-lender
[] 3 Attached to landlord-cum-money lender
[] 4 Attached to others
[] 11 Worked (self-employed) in household enterprise
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise
[] 31 Worked as regular salaried/wage employee
[] 41 Worked as casual wage labour in public works
[] 51 Worked as casual wage labour in other types of work
[] 81 Sought work
[] 91 Attended educational institutions
[] 92 Attended domestic duties only
[] 93 Attended domestic duties and was also engaged in free collection of goods (vegetables, roots, firewood, cattle feed etc.) sewing, tailoring, weaving etc., for household use
[] 94 Too young to work/ to attend school/ to seek employment
[] 95 Old and disabled
[] 96 Rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients etc.
[] 97 Beggars, prostitutes, etc.
[] 98 Others
Industry:
[] 0 Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing
[] 1 Mining and quarrying
[] 2 Manufacturing
[] 3 Manufacturing
[] 4 Electricity, gas and water
[] 5 Construction
[] 6 Wholesale and retail trade and restaurants and hotels
[] 7 Transport, storage, and communication
[] 8 Financing, insurance, real estate and business service
[] 9 Community, social and personal services
4. For persons with usual activity status codes 01-51 only
Were you more or less fully engaged in work during the last 365 days?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

5. For persons with usual activity status codes 81 only
Were you seeking or available for work for the first time?

[] 1 Yes [skip to Question 12]
[] 2 No [skip to Question 12]

6. Were you seeking or available for work/additional work? (Do not ask this question to persons with usual activity status code 81, for them record code 1)

[Question 6 was asked of persons who were not seeking work, per Question 2 of Block 6.]

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No [skip to Question 12]

7. If yes in question 6, what efforts did you make to get work/additional work?

[Question 7 was asked of persons who were not seeking work, per Question 2 of Block 6 (codes 1 to 51), but were seeking or available for work/additional work, per Question 6.]

[] 1 Currently on the live register of the employment exchange
[] 2 Made other efforts
[] 3 Made no effort

8. How long were you seeking or available for work/additional work?

[Question 8 was asked of persons who were not seeking work, per Question 2 of Block 6 (codes 1 to 51), but were seeking or available for work/additional work, per Question 6.]

[] 1 Up to 1 month
[] 2 1-3 months
[] 3 3-6 months
[] 4 6-9 months
[] 5 9-12 months
[] 6 More than 12 months

9. What type of work/additional work did you seek or were you available for?

[Question 9 was asked of persons who were not seeking work, per Question 2 of Block 6 (codes 1 to 51), but were seeking or available for work/additional work, per Question 6.]

[] 1 Both farm and non-farm work
[] 2 Farm work only
[] 3 Public works only
[] 4 Non-farm work only

10. Status of work/additional work sought or were available for:

[Question 10 was asked of persons who were not seeking work, per Question 2 of Block 6 (codes 1 to 51), but were seeking or available for work/additional work, per Question 6.]

[] 1 Wage/salaried employment: full time
[] 2 Wage/salaried employment: part time
[] 3 Contract/piece rate work: full time
[] 4 Contract/piece rate work: part time
[] 5 Self-employment: full time
[] 6 Self-employment: part time

11. If willing to accept wage/salaried employment, location of work desired:

[Question 11 was asked of persons who were not seeking work, per Question 2 of Block 6 (codes 1 to 51), but were seeking or available for work/additional work, per Question 6.]

[] 1 Within village/town only
[] 2 Outside village/town only
[] 3 Within or outside village/town

For persons with usual activity codes 01-04 and 31 only (for rural areas only)
[For questions 12-16]

12. Are you free to change the employer for whom you work during the busy season?

[Question 12 was asked of persons who were worked under obligation/attached or had regular salaried work in rural areas, per Question 2 of Block 6 (codes 1-4 and 31).]

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

13. Are you free to change the employer for whom you work during the lean season?

[Question 13 was asked of persons who worked under obligation/attached or had regular salaried work in rural areas, per Question 2 of Block 6 (codes 1-4 and 31).]

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

14. Do you get the locally prevalent wage rate for your work from the present employer during the busy season?

[Question 14 was asked of persons who worked under obligation/attached or had regular salaried work in rural areas, per Question 2 of Block 6 (codes 1-4 and 31).]

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

15. Do you get the locally prevalent wage rate for your work from the present employer during the lean season?

[Question 15 was asked of persons who worked under obligation/attached or had regular salaried work in rural areas, per Question 2 of Block 6 (codes 1-4 and 31).]

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

16. If there is any work, does your present employer employ you before employing others?

[Question 16 was asked of persons who worked under obligation/attached or had regular salaried work in rural areas, per Question 2 of Block 6 (codes 1-4 and 31).]

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

[9] Follow-up questions for persons having usual activity status codes 92 and 93
[Questions 1-24 were asked of persons who engaged in domestic duties, per Question 2 in Section 6.]

1. _____ Serial number as in block 4.1

2. Usual activity:
Status:

Working with an employer under obligation/ work not specifically compensated by prevalent wage or salary:
[] 1 Attached to landlord
[] 2 Attached to money-lender
[] 3 Attached to landlord-cum-money lender
[] 4 Attached to others
[] 11 Worked (self-employed) in household enterprise
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise
[] 31Worked as regular salaried/wage employee
[] 41 Worked as casual wage labour in public works
[] 51 Worked as casual wage labour in other types of work
[] 81 Sought work
[] 91 Attended educational institutions
[] 92 Attended domestic duties only
[] 93 Attended domestic duties and was also engaged in free collection of goods (vegetables, roots, firewood, cattle feed etc.) sewing, tailoring, weaving etc., for household use
[] 94 Too young to work/ to attend school/ to seek employment
[] 95 Old and disabled
[] 96 Rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients etc.
[] 97 Beggars, prostitutes, etc.
[] 98 Others
3. Were you required to spend most of your time on domestic duties almost throughout the last 365 days?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

4. If 'yes' in question 3, reason thereof:

[Question 4 was recorded for persons who attended domestic duties (per Question 2 of Block 6) and were required to spend most of their time on domestic duties almost throughout the last 365 days, per Question 3.]

[] 1 No other member to carry out the domestic duties
[] 2 Cannot afford hired help
[] 3 For social and/or religious constraints
[] 9 Others

5. If 'no' in question 3, reason thereof:

[Question 5 was recorded for persons who attended domestic duties (per Question 2 of Block 6) and were not required to spend most of their time on domestic duties almost throughout the last 365 days, per Question 3.]

[] 1 Non-availability of work
[] 2 By preference
[] 9 Others

Along with your domestic duties did you also more or less regularly carry out: [For questions 6 to 18]

6. Maintenance of kitchen gardens, orchards etc.?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

7. Work in household poultry?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

8. Work in household dairy?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

9. Free collection of fish, small games, wild fruits, vegetables etc. for household consumption?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

10. Free collection of firewood, cow-dung, cattle feed etc. for household consumption?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

11. Husking padding for household consumption?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

12. Preparation of gur for household consumption?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

13. Grinding of food grains for household consumption?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

14. Preparation of cow dung cake for use as fuel in the household?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

15. Sewing, tailoring, weaving etc. for household use?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

16. Tutoring of own children or other children free of charge?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

17. Bringing water from outside the household premises?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

18. Bringing water from outside the village? [Only for rural areas]

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No [skip to Q20]

[Question 19 was recorded for persons who attended domestic duties (per Question 2 of Block 6) and brought water from outside the village, per Question 18 in Block 9]
19. If 'yes' in question 18, distance in kilometres _____

20. In spite of your pre-occupation in domestic duties, are you willing to accept work, if work is made available at your household?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No [skip to Q21]

If 'yes' in question 20: [For Questions 21 to 24]
[Normally occupied in domestic duties, but willing to accept work.]

21. The nature of work acceptable:

[Question 21 was recorded for persons who attended domestic duties (per Question 2 of Block 6) and were willing to accept work if work is made available at their households, per Question 20.]

[] 1 Regular full time
[] 2 Regular part time
[] 3 Occasional full time
[] 4 Occasional part time

22. Type of work acceptable:

[Question 22 was recorded for persons who attended domestic duties (per Question 2 of Block 6) and were willing to accept work if work is made available at their households per Question 20.]

[] 1 Dairy
[] 2 Poultry
[] 3 Other animal husbandry
[] 4 Spinning and weaving
[] 5 Manufacturing wood and cane products
[] 6 Tailoring
[] 7 Leather goods manufacturing and repairing
[] 9 Other (Specify) _____

23. Do you have any skill/experience to undertake that work?

[Question 23 was recorded for persons who attended domestic duties, per Question 2 of Block 6, were willing to accept work if made available at their households per question 20, and selected a particular type of work they would be willing to accept in question 22.]

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

24. What assistance do you require to undertake that work?

[Question 24 was recorded for persons who attended domestic duties, per Question 2 of Block 6, and were willing to accept work if made available at their households per Question 20.]

[] 1 No assistance
[] 2 Initial finance on easy terms
[] 3 Working finance facilities
[] 4 Easy availability of raw materials
[] 5 Assured market
[] 6 Training
[] 7 Accommodation
[] 9 Others

[Section 10 -- household indebtedness -- omitted]