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Third Grieveance Registered in PG Portal

My third Complaint Grievance No. DOCOM/E/2019/00280 dt 12-03-2019 as under.
Sir, Please follow the link https://bit.ly/meiirsid (mathematical error in Indian Rubber Statistics in detail) to see the -Ve mathematical error from 2004-05 to 2009-10 for a price hike in 2010-11 and 2011-12. The revised statistics during 2010-11 to 2013-14 by an expert panel was to correct the mistake of estimated shortage provided to Sri Joy Abraham Mp in Rajyasabha. The Expert panel reduced the production from 844000 tonnes to 774000 Tonnes for the year 2013-14. I wonder how the Opening Stock + Production + Import and Consumption + Export + Closing Stock can’t tally with out a missing figure. Few links are available as more evidence. https://bit.ly/AOMRSN https://bit.ly/nr-export-import (including Answer to Question NO : 1887 – Shri Joy Abraham in Rajyasabha ) https://bit.ly/rbrstats-analysis (in details with hyperlinks to fetch the data)

The following reply received from Secretary Rubber Board.

Reply of Rubber Board

Grievance No.DOCOM/E/2019/00176 dated 10.02.2019 on PG Portal

A Reply received from Secretary https://bit.ly/meiirs

The globally accepted formula for estimating and verifying NR production, consumption, trade and stock is as follows.
Opening Stock + Production + lmport = Consumption + Export + Closing Stock
Hence, the following formula can be used to estimate Closing Stock.
Closing Stock = (Opening Stock + Production + lmport) – (Consumption + Export)
Closing Stock can also be alternatively estimated based on survey approach by collecting and collating data on stock with small growers, estates, processors, dealers and product manufacturers. Rubber Board has been using survey method for arriving at NR stock estimates as reliability is higher for such estimates.

Closing stock estimated through formulae method and survey method showed wide variations during the period from 2009-10 to 2013-14. This mismatch could be due to overestimation of NR production or underestimation of consumption or a combination of both. Consumption, import and export of NR are objective estimates as they are primarily based on returns and documents. NR production is a subjective estimate as it is mainly based on monthly sample survey and any error in production is reflected in stock of rubber as well. Hence, NR production statistics during 2009-10 to 2013-14 were reviewed by an Expert panel and recommended for revision based on a statistical regression model.

With regard to stock of NR, the Expert Panel recommended that it should include rubber with growers, dealers, processors and manufacturers based on surveys and returns collected and that the standard equality between (opening stock + production + import) and (consumption + export + closing stock) should be maintained as far as possible.

In commodity modelling, a certain percentage of allowable error will always exist due to the estimation procedure. Production, consumption and stock are estimates and’ there can be some extent of permissible error. This error was pointed out by you as mismatch.

It may be noted that the error in estimates has been considerably reduced after revision of statistical methodology in 2015-16 based on the recommendations of the Expert Panel. For the year 2016-17 and 2017-18, error levels are only 1.2o/o and 1.7% respectively of the total NR consumption in the country which is less than the permissible error of up Io 5%.

A Statistics Consultative Panel (SCP) was constituted in April 2016 comprising representatives of rubber producing, processing, trading and consuming sectori for facilitating regular consultations and discuslions with different segments of rubber sector on statistics related matters. The statistics published byihe Board and.methodology are regularly discussed in SCP and the last meeting was held on 4tn January 2019. The unavoidable error in statistics on stock has no link with volume of rubber

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Sir,
Please follow the link http://bit.ly/meiirsid (mathematical error in Indian Rubber Statistics in detail) to see the -Ve mathematical error from 2004-05 to 2009-10 for a price hike in 2010-11 and 2011-12. The revised statistics during 2010-11 to 2013-14 by an expert pannel was to correct the mistake of esimated shortage provided to Sri Joy Abraham Mp in Rajyasabha. The Expert panel reduced the production from 844000 tonnes to 774000 Tonnes for the year 2013-14. I wonder how the Opening Stock + Production + Import and Consumption + Export + Closing Stock can’t tally with out a missing figure.
Few links are available as more evidence.
https://bit.ly/AOMRSN
http://bit.ly/nr-export-import (including Answer to Question NO : 1887 – Shri Joy Abraham in Rajyasabha )
https://bit.ly/rbrstats-analysis (in details with hyperlinks to fetch the data)

 

 

Price Index of Natural Rubber and Coconut Products


Salary of  University asistant is an evidence of profit of a Govt Servant.

Now we look with the wage/salary index category of Govt. servants and other workers. From office records one can easily observe that an Assistant in any university of Kerala would draw an initial basic pay of Rs. 675 carrying a DA of Rs. 112 with a total of Rs. 797 (excluding other allowances such as HRA, CCA which vary from place to place) during 1983 where as initial starting basic pay for the same post is Rs. 7990 carrying a DA of Rs. 3036 with a total of Rs. 11,026 during 2008. Thus the salary index of the salary of an Assistant who will enter in service during 2008 is 1383. Thus the salary increase noticed on the initial appointment as Assistant in an University during 2008 is 13.83 times that of 1983. From the diary records one could observe that the wage given to an agricultural labourer during 1983 would be Rs. 20 where as the wage given today is Rs. 350 which is around 17.5 tines the wage of 1983.

The farmer have to get a price of natural rubber in 2008 was Rs. 231.24/Kg. (16.72 x 13.83) or the Assistant  was able to get a salary of Rs. 5157 (797 x 6.47) only. This was only a justice to the farmer to avoid suicide attemts.

As per the study in 1983 the basic salary including DA for an university assistant grade 11 was able to get Rs 797 (HRA and other allowances are not considered as it changes from place to place), a person freshly posted as Assistant Grade-11 during 2015 would draw Rs 25020 basic pay and DA in 2019 it will be Rs 33360 (27800 Basic + 5560 DA 20%) Hence, by considering 1983 as the base year, the salary index of Assistant Grade-11 during 2018 at the entry level is 3976%.That is the present salary at the entry level of the post has been swelled to an extent of 39.76 times that of 1983.

Price Indices of major agricultural commodities with base year 1983 in Kerala

The land value increased in 25 years is 75 times in my area.

Indian Rubber Stats Analysis after GATT

Year Wise Analysis form 1996-97 to the latest Monthly Rubber Statistical News published by the Rubber Board