The file contains data for Sections 17. Utilization of Production Capacity and 18. Problems of the CME 2001/02 questionnaire. Section 18 contains a multiple choice question of problems faced by etablishments during the reference period.
The file contains data for Section 13. Cost of Non-Industrial Services of the CME 2001/02 questionnaire. The categories of non-industrial expenses are as follows:
13.01 Amount of rent paid for Buildings, Store, Land and Equipment
13.02 Amount of rent paid for Vehicles
13.03 Transportation Cost of produced goods
13.04 Insurance Premium
13.05 Cost of Patent/Royalty
13.06 Cost of Postage, Telephone, Telegraph, Telex, Fax, Email and Internet
13.07 Cost of Printing and Stationery
13.08 Cost of Consultation and Auditing
13.09 Charges paid to Commission Agent and business commission
13.10 Cost of Advertisement and other expenses for sales promotion
13.11 Cost of Travelling
13.12 Cost of processing and management of waste
The fie contains data for Section 6. Employment of the CME 2001/02 questionnaire. Information in this section include number of persons engaged by sex and nationality. Persons engaged are classified into the following groups:
1. Proprietors and active partners
2. Unpaid members or family members
3. Operative workers
4. Administrative workers
5. Technical workers
The file contains data for Section 9. Purchase of Raw Materials of the CME 2001/02 questionnaire. CPC 1.0 coding scheme was used to denote raw materials. The quantity and amount of raw material purchased is classified into 3 categories i.e. domestic, India and third country.
This file contains data for Section 15. Receipt form Non-Industrial Services which is basically non-industrial incomes of the establishment. Non-industrial incomes are classifed into 6 categories:
1. Receipt from Rent (House,Godam, Land and Mechinary)
2. Receipt from Rent (Transportation Equipment)
3. Receipt from Contract and Commission
4. Receipt from Import Discount
5. Receipt from Economic Grant
6. Receipt from Others
The file contains data for Section 10. Sales and Production of Products of the CME 2001/02 questionnaire. CPC 1.0 coding scheme is used to denote the product. The quantity and value of product sold are classified into 3 categories i.e. domestic, India and third country.
The file contains data for Section 12. Stocks of the CME 2001/02 queestionnaire. The stock value contains both opening stock and closing stock of values of each establishment. The stock values of fuel, raw materials, finished goods,
semi-finished goods, and the sold goods as purchased are included in this section.