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Government of India
National Sample Survey Organisation
Socio-Economic Survey
Fiftieth Round: July 1993 - June 1994

Household Schedule 10: Employment and Unemployment

[Area]

[] Central
[] State
(0) Descriptive identification of sample household

____ State/U.T.
____ District
____ Tehsil/town
____ Village name
____ Hamlet name
____ Charge-circle/EB**
____ Name of head
____ Name of informant

** delete whichever is not applicable

(1) Identification of sample household

1. Round number _ _

2. Schedule type _ _ _

3. Sector:

[] 1 Rural
[] 2 Urban

4. Sample:

[] 1 Central
[] 2 State
5. State-region _ _ _

6. Stratum no. _ _

7. Sub-sample ____

8. Sub-round ____

9. Sample village/section no. _ _ _

10. FOD sub-region _ _ _ _

11. Serial number of sample village/section _ _ _ _ _

12. Second stage stratum ____

13. Sample household no. _ _

14. Survey sequence:

[] 1 1st
[] 2 2nd
15. Informant's relation to head:

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

16. Response code

[] 1 Cooperative and capable
[] 2 Cooperative but not capable
[] 3 Cooperative but busy
[] 4 Reluctant: schedule too long
[] 5 Fatigue due to responses given for Sch. 1.0
[] 6 Other reasons
[] 9 Others
17. Survey code

[] 1 Household surveyed: original
[] 2 Household surveyed: substitute
[] 3 Household surveyed: casualty

18. Reason for first substitution of original household

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

[Section2 (particulars of field operation) omitted]

(3) Household characteristics

1. Size ____

2. Principal industry occupation

Description ____
Industry code (NIC-1987) _ _ _
Occupation code (NCO-1968) _ _ _

3. Type:

For rural areas:
[] 1 Self-employed in non-agriculture
[] 2 Agricultural labour
[] 3 Other labour
[] 4 Self-employed in agriculture
[] 9 Others
For urban areas:
[] 1 Self-employed
[] 2 Regular-wage/salary earning
[] 3 Casual labour
[] 9 Other

4. Religion:

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

5. Social-group:

[] 1 Scheduled tribe
[] 2 Scheduled caste
[] 9 Others

6. Whether owns any land:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

7. If code 1 in item 6 [If owns any land, per question 6.], type of land owned:

[] 1 Homestead only
[] 2 Homestead and other land
[] 3 Other land only

Land (in 0.00 hectares) as on date of survey
[Questions 8-12.]

8. ____ Owned
9. ____ Leased-in
10. ____ Neither owned nor leased in
11. ____ Leased-out
12. ____ Total possessed (8+9+10-11)

Land cultivated (in 0.00 hectares during July 1992-June 1993)
[Questions 13-17.]

13. ____ Owned
14. ____ Leased-in
15. ____ Neither owned nor leased in
16. ____ Total cultivated (13+14+15)
17. ____ Irrigated

Use of hired labour for:
[Questions 18-19.]

18. Crop production:

[] 1 Hired labour regularly
[] 2 Hired labour during peak season only
[] 3 Hired labour casually
[] 4 Hires no labour for crop production
[] 5 No crop production

19. Other productive enterprises:

[] 1 Hired labour regularly
[] 2 Hired labour during peak season only
[] 3 Hired labour casually
[] 4 Hires no labour for other productive enterprises
[] 5 No other productive enterprises

20. Per capita expenditure last month (Rs. 0.00) ____

Number of members who got work for at least 60 days in "public works" during the last 365 days.
[Questions 21-22.]

21. ____ Male
22. ____ Female

23. Did the household receive any assistance during the last 5 years from IRDP?

[] 1 No

Yes:
[] 2 Milch animal
[] 3 Draught animal
[] 4 Sheep/goat
[] 5 Pump sets
[] 6 For fish pond
[] 7 For sewing machine
[] 9 Others

(4) Demographic and principle usual activities particulars of household members

1. Serial number ____

2. Name of member ____

3. Relation to head:

[] 1 Self
[] 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 Servants/employees/other non-relatives

4. Sex:

[] 1 Male
[] 2 Female

5. Age (years) ____

6. Marital status:

[] 1 Never married
[] 2 Currently married
[] 3 Widowed
[] 4 Divorced/separated

7. Educational standard: general

[] 01 Not literate

Literate through attending:
[] 02 NFEC/AEC
[] 03 TLC
[] 04 Others
[] 05 Literate but below primary
[] 06 Primary
[] 07 Middle
[] 08 Secondary
[] 09 Higher secondary

Graduate and above in:
[] 10 Agriculture
[] 11 Engineering/technology
[] 12 Medicine
[] 13 Other subjects

8. Educational standard: technical

[] 1 No technical education

Additional diploma or certificate in:
[] 2 Agriculture
[] 3 Engineering/technology
[] 4 Medicine
[] 5 Crafts
[] 9 Other subjects

9. Current attendance in educational institution and course of study:

[] 01 Currently not attending any educational institution

Currently attending:
[] 02 NFEC/AEC
[] 03 TLC
[] 04 Pre-primary
[] 05 Primary
[] 06 Middle
[] 07 Secondary and higher secondary
Degree course:
[] 08 Agriculture
[] 09 Engineering/technology
[] 10 Medicine
[] 11 Other subjects
Diploma or certificate course:
[] 12 Agriculture
[] 13 Engineering/technology
[] 14 Medicine
[] 15 Crafts
[] 19 Other subjects

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

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

11. Skill:

[] 01 Typist, stenographer
[] 02 Fisherman
[] 03 Miner, quarryman
[] 04 Spinner including charkha operator
[] 05 Weaver
[] 06 Tailor, cutter
[] 07 Shoe-maker, cobbler
[] 08 Carpenter
[] 09 Mason, bricklayer
[] 10 Moulder
[] 11 Machineman
[] 12 Fitter, die-maker
[] 13 Welder
[] 14 Black-smith
[] 15 Goldsmith
[] 16 Silversmith
[] 17 Electrician
[] 18 Repairer of electronic goods
[] 19 Motor vehicle driver, tractor driver
[] 20 Boatman
[] 21 Potter
[] 22 Nurse, midwife
[] 23 Basket maker, wicker product maker
[] 24 Toy maker
[] 25 Brick maker, tile maker
[] 26 Bidi maker
[] 27 Book binder
[] 28 Barber
[] 29 Mud house builder and thatcher
[] 30 Others
[] 99 No skill

Principal usual activity
[Questions 12- 16.]

12. Status:

[] 11 Worked in household enterprise (self-employed): own account worker
[] 12 Worked in household enterprise (self-employed): employer
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise (unpaid family worker)
[] 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 Did not seek but was seeking and/or available for work
[] 91 Attended educational institution
[] 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 Rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients etc.
[] 95 Not able to work due to disability
[] 96 Beggars, prostitutes
[] 97 Others

For code 11-51 in question 12
[Questions 13-15 were asked of persons who worked, per question 12.]

Industry-occupation
13. Description ____
14. Industry code: as in NIC-1987 _ _ _
15. Occupation code: as in NCO-1968 _ _ _

16. Place of work:

[] 1 Same village/town: distance less than 5 kilometers
[] 2 Same village/town: distance 5-20 kilometers
[] 3 Same village/town: distance 20 kilometers and above
[] 4 Another village: distance less than 5 kilometers
[] 5 Another village: distance 5-20 kilometers
[] 6 Another village: distance 20 kilometers and above
[] 7 Another town: distance less than 5 kilometers
[] 8 Another town: distance 5-20 kilometers
[] 9 Another town: distance 20 kilometers and above

17. Whether engaged in any work in a subsidiary capacity:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

For code 1 in question 17, subsidiary usual economic activity
[Questions 18-22 were asked of persons engaged in any work in a subsidiary capacity, per question 17.]

18. Status:

[] 11 Worked in household enterprise (self-employed): own account worker
[] 12 Worked in household enterprise (self-employed): employer
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise (unpaid family worker)
[] 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

Industry-occupation
[Questions 19-21.]

19. Description ____
20. Industry code: as in NIC-1987 _ _ _
21. Occupation code: as in NCO-1968 _ _ _

22. Place of work:

Same village/town:
[] 1 Distance less than 5 kilometers
[] 2 Distance 5-20 kilometers
[] 3 Distance 20 kilometers and above
Another village:
[] 4 Distance less than 5 kilometers
[] 5 Distance 5-20 kilometers
[] 6 Distance 20 kilometers and above
Another town:
[] 7 Distance less than 5 kilometers
[] 8 Distance 5-20 kilometers
[] 9 Distance 20 kilometers and above

23. For code other than 81 in question 12 [For persons who are employed or not in the labor force, per question 12], whether sought/available for work for some period during last 365 days:

[] 1 Less than 1 month
[] 2 1-3 months
[] 3 3-6 months
[] 4 No

(5) Time disposition during the week ended on____

1. Serial number as in section 4 ____

2. Age (years) ____

Current day activity particulars
[Questions 3-17.]

3. Serial number of activities ____

4. Status:

[] 11 Worked in household enterprise (self-employed): own account worker
[] 12 Worked in household enterprise (self-employed): employer
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise (unpaid family worker)
[] 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 Had worked in household enterprise but did not work due to sickness
[] 62 Had worked in household enterprise but did not work due to other reasons
[] 71 Had regular salaried/wage employment but did not work due to sickness
[] 72 Had regular salaried/wage employment but did not work due to other reasons
[] 81 Sought work
[] 82 Did not seek but was available for work
[] 91 Attended educational institution
[] 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 Rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients etc.
[] 95 Not able to work due to disability
[] 96 Beggars, prostitutes
[] 97 Others
[] 98 Did not work due to temporary sickness (for casual workers only)

5. Industry sections:

[] 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 services
[] 9 Community, social and personal services

6. Operation:

Manual work in cultivation:
[] 01 Ploughing
[] 02 Sowing
[] 03 Transplanting
[] 04 Weeding
[] 05 Harvesting
[] 06 Other cultivation activities
Manual work in other agricultural activities:
[] 07 Forestry
[] 08 Plantation
[] 09 Animal husbandry
[] 10 Fisheries
[] 11 Other agricultural activities
[] 12 Manual work in non-agricultural activities
Non-manual work in:
[] 13 Cultivation
[] 14 Activities other than cultivation
Intensity of activity (full-1.0, half-0.5)
[For questions 7-13]

7. Seventh day ____
8. Sixth day ____
9. Fifth day ____
10. Fourth day ____
11. Third day ____
12. Second day ____
13. First day ____

14. Total number of days in each activity (0.0) ____

Wage and salary earnings (received or receivable) for the work done during the week (Rs. 0.00)
[Questions 15-17.]

15. Cash ____
16. Kind ____
17. Total ____

18. Total number of days with nominal work ____

Current weekly activity particulars
[Questions 19-21.]

19. Status:

[] 11 Worked in household enterprise (self-employed): own account worker
[] 12 Worked in household enterprise (self-employed): employer
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise (unpaid family worker)
[] 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 Had worked in household enterprise but did not work due to sickness
[] 62 Had worked in household enterprise but did not work due to other reasons
[] 71 Had regular salaried/wage employment but did not work due to sickness
[] 72 Had regular salaried/wage employment but did not work due to other reasons
[] 81 Sought work
[] 82 Did not seek but was available for work
[] 91 Attended educational institution
[] 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 Rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients etc.
[] 95 Not able to work due to disability
[] 96 Beggars, prostitutes
[] 97 Others
[] 98 Did not work due to temporary sickness (for casual workers only)

For codes 11-72 in question 19
[Questions 20-21 were asked of persons who worked or had regular employment, per question 19.]

20. Industry code: as in NIC-1987 _ _ _
21. Occupation code: as in NCO-1968 _ _ _

22. Whether unemployed for all the 7 days of the week:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

(6) Follow-up questions for persons unemployed on all the 7 days of work (i.e., code 1 in question 22 of section 5)
[Questions 1-15 were asked of persons who were unemployed for all the 7 days of the week, per question 22 in section 5.]

1. Serial number as in section 5 ____

2. Age (years) as in question 2 of section 5 ____

3. General educational standard:

[] 01 Not literate

Literate through attending:
[] 02 NFEC/AEC
[] 03 TLC
[] 04 Others
[] 05 Literate but below primary
[] 06 Primary
[] 07 Middle
[] 08 Secondary
[] 09 Higher secondary

Graduate and above in:
[] 10 Agriculture
[] 11 Engineering/technology
[] 12 Medicine
[] 13 Other subjects

If code 8-13 in question3:
[Questions 4-5 were asked of persons who have education at secondary level and higher, per question3.]

4. Subject:

[] 10 Secondary

Higher secondary in:
[] 11 Arts
[] 12 Science
[] 13 Commerce
[] 14 Others
Graduate in:
[] 21 Arts
[] 22 Social sciences
[] 23 Physical sciences
[] 24 Life sciences
[] 25 Medical sciences
[] 26 Engineering social technology
[] 27 Commerce
[] 28 Management
[] 29 Others
Post graduate in:
[] 31 Arts
[] 32 Science
[] 33 Commerce
[] 34 Medicine
[] 35 Engineering social technology
[] 39 Others
[] 40 Ph.D.

5. Performance in the certificate/degree obtained:

[] 1 Less than 40%
[] 2 40% to 50%
[] 3 50% to 60%
[] 4 60% to 80%
[] 5 80% and above

6. Whether obtained any technical certificate/diploma:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

7. If code 1 in question 6 [If obtained any technical certificate/diploma, per question 6.], subject:

[] 01 Agriculture/forestry
[] 02 Engineering/architecture/technology
[] 03 Medicine/public health/pharmacy/dentistry/compounding/nursing/midwifery
[] 04 Veterinary
[] 05 Teacher's training/physical education
[] 06 Law/business management/ accountancy
[] 07 Computer science
[] 08 Journalism
[] 09 Library science
[] 10 Dancing/acting/fine arts
[] 11 Crafts and trade
[] 19 Others

8. Duration of present spell of unemployment:

[] 1 Only 1 week
[] 2 1 to 2 weeks
[] 3 2 weeks to 1 month
[] 4 1 to 2 months
[] 5 2 to 3 months
[] 6 3 to 6 months
[] 7 6 to 12 months
[] 8 Above 12 months

Particulars of work sought/available for
[Questions 9-15.]

9. Type of work:

[] 1 Self-employment
[] 2 Regular wage/salary work
[] 3 Casual labour

10. Full time/part time work:

[] 1 Full time
[] 2 Part time

11. Sector of activity:

[] 1 Agriculture
[] 2 Non-agriculture

12. Whether efforts made to get work:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

If code 1 in question 12:
[Questions 13-14 were asked of persons who made efforts to get work, per question 12.]

13. Nature of efforts made:

[] 1 Registered in the employment exchange
[] 2 Contacted prospective employer in person
[] 3 Contacted prospective employer through application
[] 9 Other efforts

14. Whether appeared in an interview:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

15. If code 2 in question 12 [If efforts were not made to get work, per question 12], reason for not seeking:

[] 1 Expecting recall to earlier job
[] 2 Believes no opportunities exist/unaware of work avenues
[] 3 Economic constraints
[] 4 Social reasons
[] 9 Other reasons

16. Whether ever worked:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

If code 1 in question 16, particulars of last employment.
[Questions 17-22 were asked of persons who ever worked, per question 16.]

17. Duration:

[] 1 Only 1 week
[] 2 1 to 2 weeks
[] 3 2 weeks to 1 month
[] 4 1 to 2 months
[] 5 2 to 3 months
[] 6 3 to 6 months
[] 7 6 to 12 months
[] 8 Above 12 months

18. Status:

[] 11 Worked in household enterprise (self-employed): own account worker
[] 12 Worked in household enterprise (self-employed): employer
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise (unpaid family worker)
[] 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

19. Industry (as in NIC-1987) _ _ _

20. Occupation (as in NCO-1968) _ _ _

21. Reason for break in employment:

[] 1 Loss of earlier job
[] 2 Quit earlier job
[] 3 Lay-off without pay
[] 4 Unit has closed down
[] 5 Lack of work in the enterprise (for self-employed persons)
[] 6 Lack of work in the area (for casual labour)
[] 9 Others

22. If code 2 in question 21 [If quit earlier job, per question 21.], reason for quitting job:

[] 1 Work was not remunerative enough
[] 2 Unpleasant environment
[] 3 Employer harsh
[] 4 Health hazard
[] 6 To avail benefits of voluntary retirement
[] 9 Others

(7) Follow-up questions for persons with usual activity status codes 11-51 either in principal (question 12 of section 4) or in subsidiary (question 18 of section 4) status
[Questions 1-20 were asked of persons who worked in a principal activity status, per question 12 or in a subsidiary status per question 18 in section 4.]

1. Serial number as in section 4 ____

2. Age (years) as in question 5 of section 4 ____

Usual activity status
[Questions 3-4.]

3. Principal:

[] 11 Worked in household enterprise (self-employed): own account worker
[] 12 Worked in household enterprise (self-employed): employer
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise (unpaid family worker)
[] 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 Did not seek but was seeking and/or available for work
[] 91 Attended educational institution
[] 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 Rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients, etc.
[] 95 Not able to work due to disability
[] 96 Beggars, prostitutes
[] 97 Others

4. Subsidiary

[] 11 Worked in household enterprise (self-employed): own account worker
[] 12 Worked in household enterprise (self-employed): employer
[] 21 Worked as a helper in household enterprise (unpaid family worker)
[] 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

If code 11-51 in question 3
[Questions 5-7 were asked of persons who worked in principal status, per question 3.]

5. Whether changed nature of work and/or establishment during last two years:

[] 1 Changed nature of work but not the establishment
[] 2 Changed establishment but not the nature of work
[] 3 Changed nature of work and also establishment
[] 4 Neither changed nature of work nor establishment

6. If code 1 or 2 or 3 in question 5 [If changed nature of work and/or establishment during last two years, per question 5.], reason for change:

[] 1 Loss of earlier job due to retrenchment/lay-off
[] 2 Loss of earlier job due to closure of unit
[] 3 For better remuneration
[] 4 No job satisfaction
[] 5 Lack of job security
[] 6 Work place too far
[] 7 Promotion/transfer
[] 9 Others

7. If code 1 or 3 in question 5 [If changed nature of work per question 5], last occupation (2-digited NCO-1968) _ _

If code 11-51 in question 3 or 4
[Questions 8-18 were asked of persons who worked in principal status on in subsidiary status, per question 3 or 4.]

8. Whether engaged mostly in full time or part time work during last 365 days:

[] 1 Full time
[] 2 Part time

9. Whether worked more or less regularly during last 365 days:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

If code 2 in question 9
[Questions 10-12 were asked of persons who did not work more or less regularly during last 365 days, per question 9.]

10. Approximately, number of months without work (months) ____

11. Whether sought/available for work during those months:

[] 1 Yes: on most days
[] 2 Yes: on some days
[] 3 No

12. Whether made any efforts to get work:

[] 1 Registered in employment exchange
[] 2 Made other efforts
[] 3 No efforts

13. Whether sought/available for additional work during the days he/she had work:

[] 1 Yes: on most days
[] 2 Yes: on some days
[] 3 No

14. If code 1 or 2 in question 13 [If sought/available for additional work during the days he/she had work, per question 13.], reason for seeking/available for additional work:

[] 1 To supplement income
[] 2 Not enough work
[] 3 Both
[] 9 Others

15. Whether sought/available for alternative work during the days he/she had work:

[] 1 Yes: on most days
[] 2 Yes: on some days
[] 3 No

16. If code 1 or 2 in question 15 [If sought/available for additional work during the days he/she had work, per question 15.], reason for seeking/available for alternative work:

[] 1 Present work not remunerative enough
[] 2 No job satisfaction
[] 3 Lack of job security
[] 4 Work place too far
[] 5 Wants wage/salary job
[] 9 Others

17. Is there any union/association in your trade?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
[] 3 Not known

18. If code 1 in question 17 [If there is any union/association in your trade, per question 17.], whether a member of the union/association:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

If code 31 in question 3 or 4
[Questions 19-20 were asked of persons who worked as regular salaried/wage employee, per question 3 or 4.]

19. Nature of employment:

[] 1 Permanent
[] 2 Temporary

20. Nature of employer:

[] 1 Public
[] 2 Semi-public
[] 3 Private

(8) Follow-up question for children 5-14 years
[Questions 1-21 were asked of persons who were 5-14 years old.]

1. Serial number as in section 4 ____

2. Age (years) as in question 5 of section 4 ____

3. School attendance:

[] 1 Currently attending
[] 2 Dropped-out
[] 3 Never attended

4. Whether helps in household chores:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

If code 1 in question 3
[Questions 5-12 were asked of persons who were currently attending school, per question 3.]

5. Whether also working:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

If code 1 in question 5:
[Questions 6-12 were asked of children who were also working, per question 5.]

6. Type of activity:

Work in household enterprise:
[] 1 Agriculture
[] 2 Non-agriculture
Hired worker:
[] 3 In agriculture
[] 4 In non-agriculture

If code 4 in question 6
[Questions 7-8 were asked of children who worked in non-agriculture, per question 6.]

7. Whether working in manufacturing or building and construction industry:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

8. If code 1 in question 7 [working in manufacturing or building and construction industry] the 'process' in which working:

[] 01 Bidi-making
[] 02 Carpet weaving
[] 03 Cement manufacture including bagging of cement
[] 04 Cloth printing/dyeing and weaving
[] 05 Manufacture of matches, explosives and splitting
[] 06 Mica cutting and splitting
[] 07 Shellac manufacture
[] 08 Soap manufacture
[] 09 Tanning
[] 10 Wool cleaning
[] 11 Building and construction industry
[] 12 Manufacture of slate pencils (including packing)
[] 13 Manufacture of products from agate
[] 14 Manufacturing processes using toxic materials and substances such as lead, mercury, manganese, chromium, cadmium, benzene, pesticides and asbestos
[] 19 Others

9. Reason for working:

[] 1 To supplement household income
[] 2 Shortage of labour in household enterprise
[] 3 To acquire skill
[] 4 To meet personal expenses
[] 5 To spend vacation time
[] 6 Forced to repay loan
[] 9 Others

10. Whether misses school in order to work:

[] 1 Yes: intermittently
[] 2 Yes: regularly during some seasons
[] 3 No

11. Whether work affects studies at home:

[] 1 Yes: unable to do homework
[] 2 Yes: unable to prepare for tests/exam
[] 3 No

12. Whether the work helps the household economically:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

If code 2 or 3 in question 3
[Questions 13-21 were asked of children who were not currently attending school, per question 3.]

13. Reason for not currently attending:

[] 01 Too young to go to school
[] 02 Unable to cope-up
[] 03 School facility/higher level education facility not available
[] 04 To participate in household economic activity
[] 05 To work for wage/salary
[] 06 To take care of sibling
[] 07 To attend household chores: by preference
[] 08 To attend household chores: as other members engaged in work
[] 09 Cannot afford
[] 10 Not interested
[] 19 Others

14. Whether working:

[] 1Yes
[] 2 No

If code 1 in question 14
[Questions 15-19 were asked of children who were working, per question 14.]

15. Type of activity:

[] 1 Work in household enterprise: agriculture
[] 2 Work in household enterprise: non-agriculture
[] 3 Hired worker: in agriculture
[] 4 Hired worker: in non-agriculture

If code 4 in question 15
[Questions 16-17 were asked of children who worked in non-agriculture, per question 15.]

16. Whether working in manufacturing or building and construction industry:

[] 1Yes
[] 2 No

17. If code 1 in question 16 [working in manufacturing or building and construction industry], the 'process' in which working:

[] 01 Bidi making
[] 02 Carpet weaving
[] 03 Cement manufacture including bagging of cement
[] 04 Cloth printing/dyeing and weaving
[] 05 Manufacture of matches, explosives and splitting
[] 06 Mica cutting and splitting
[] 07 Shellac manufacture
[] 08 Soap manufacture
[] 09 Tanning
[] 10 Wool cleaning
[] 11 Building and construction industry
[] 12 Manufacture of slate pencils (including packing)
[] 13 Manufacture of products from agate
[] 14 Manufacturing processes using toxic materials and substances such as lead, mercury, manganese, chromium, cadmium, benzene, pesticides and asbestos
[] 19 Others

18. Reason for working:

[] 1 To supplement household income
[] 2 Shortage of labour in household enterprise
[] 3 To acquire skill
[] 4 To meet personal expenses
[] 5 To spend vacation time
[] 6 Forced to repay loan
[] 9 Others

19. Whether the work helps the household economically:

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

If code 2 in question 14
[Questions 20-21 were asked of children who did not work, per question 14.]

20. Whether seeking/available for work

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

21. If code 1 in question 20, reason for seeking/available for work:

[Question 21 was asked of children who were seeking or available for work per question 20.]

[] 1 No prospect in studies
[] 2 To supplement household income
[] 3 To meet personal expenses
[] 4 To acquire skill
[] 9 Others

(9) Continued follow-up questions for persons with principal usual activity status codes 92 and 93 (reference: question 12 of section 4)
[Questions 1-25 were asked of persons who attended domestic duties, per question 12 in section 4.]

1. Serial number as in section 4 ____

2. Age (years) as in question 5 of section 4 ____

3. Were you required to spend most of your time on domestic duties almost throughout the last 365 days?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

4. For code 1 in item 3, reason thereof:

[Question 4 is asked of persons who were required to spend most of their time on domestic duties throughout the last 365 days.]

[] 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. For code 2 in item 3, reason for still pursuing domestic duties:

[Question 5 is asked of persons who were not required to spend most of their time on domestic duties throughout the last 365 days.]

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

Along with your domestic duties, did you more or less regularly carry out during the last 365 day:
[Questions 6 to19]

6. Maintenance of kitchen gardens, orchards etc.?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

7. Work in household poultry, dairy, etc.?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

8. Free collection of fish, small game, wild fruits, vegetables, etc. for household consumption?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

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

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

10. Husking of paddy for household consumption?

[] 1 Yes: commodities produced in own farm/free collection
[] 2 Yes: commodities acquired otherwise
[] 3 No

11. Grinding of food grains for household consumption?

[] 1 Yes: commodities produced in own farm/free collection
[] 2 Yes: commodities acquired otherwise
[] 3 No

12. Preparation of gur for household consumption?

[] 1 Yes: commodities produced in own farm/free collection
[] 2 Yes: commodities acquired otherwise
[] 3 No

13. Preservation of meat and fish for household consumption?

[] 1 Yes: commodities produced in own farm/free collection
[] 2 Yes: commodities acquired otherwise
[] 3 No

14. Making baskets and mats for household use?

[] 1 Yes: commodities produced in own farm/free collection
[] 2 Yes: commodities acquired otherwise
[] 3 No

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

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

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

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

17. Tutoring of own children or other's children free of charge?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

18. Bringing water from outside the household premises?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

19. Bringing water from outside the village? (For rural areas only)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

20. For code 1 in question 19 [If bringing water from outside the village, per question 19.], distance in kilometres ____.

21. 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

22. For code 1 in question 21 [If the person was willing to accept work when work is made available at the household, per question 21.] nature of work acceptable:

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

[If the person was willing to accept work when work is made available at the household, per question 21.]

23. Type of work acceptable:

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

[If the person was willing to accept work when work is made available at the household, per question 21.]

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

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

[If the person was willing to accept work when work is made available at the household, per question 21.]

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

[] 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 omitted]