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IT Industries
Infrastructure
Sampling
19 September 2017
Contents
Current status of ICT
(Secondary-ICT Division)
The Connect 2020-ITU
-Goals and Targets
Background
Types of sampling
Probability sampling
Npn-probability sampling
Weight development

ICT
Indicators
1.1 Worldwide, 55% of households should have
access to the internet by 2020
1.2 Worldwide, 60% of Individuals should be using
the internet by 2020
1.3 Worldwide, telecommunication/ICT should be
40% more affordable by 2020
GOAL-1: Growth-
Enable and foster access to and
increased use of telecommunications/ICTs
2.1.A In the developing world, 50% of households should have access
to the Internet by 2020
2.1.B In LDCs, 15% of households should have access to the Internet
by 2020

2.2.A In the developing world, 50% of individuals should be using the
Internet by 2020
2.2.B In LDCs, 20% of individuals should be using the Internet by 2020
Goal 2. Inclusiveness –
Bridge the digital divide and provide broadband for all
2.3.A The affordability gap between developed and developing
countries should be reduced by 40% by 2020
2.3.B Broadband services should cost no more than 5% of
average monthly income in developing countries by 2020

2.4 Worldwide, 90% of the rural population should be covered by
broadband services by 2020

2.5.A Gender equality among Internet users should be reached by
2020
2.5.B Enabling environments ensuring accessible
telecommunication/ICT for persons with disabilities should
be established in all countries by 2020
Goal 3. Sustainability –
Manage challenges resulting from
telecommunication/ICT development

3.1 Cyber security readiness should be improved by
40% by 2020
3.2 Volume of redundant e-waste to be reduced by
50% by 2020
3.3 Greenhouse gas emissions generated by the
telecommunication/ICT sector to be decreased per
device by 30% by 2020
Goal 4. Innovation and partnership –
Lead, improve and adapt to the changing telecommunication/ICT environment

4.1 Telecommunication/ICT environment conducive
to innovation
4.2 Effective partnerships of stakeholders in
telecommunication/ICT environment
ICT Development Index (IDI)-ITU
1. Fixed-telephone subscriptions per
100 inhabitants
2. Mobile-cellular telephone subscriptions per
100 inhabitants
3. International Internet bandwith (bit/s) per
internet user
4. Percentage of households with a
computer
5. Percentage of households with Internet
access
ICT Access
6. Percentage of Individuals using
the Internet
7. Fixed-broadband subscriptions per
100 inhabitants
8. Active mobile-broadband
subscriptions per 100 inhabitants
ICT Use
9. Adult literacy rate
10. Secondary gross enrollment ratio
11. Tertiary gross enrollment ratio
ICT Skills

HH1 Proportion of households with a radio
HH2 Proportion of households with a television
HH3 Proportion of households with telephone
HH4 Proportion of households with a computer
HH6 Proportion of households with Internet HH11 Proportion of households with Internet,
by type of service
Core list of
ICT indicators
Economy IDI-2015 IDI-2010
World 5.03 4.14
Developed 7.41 6.48
Developing 4.12 3.24
LDCs 2.12 1.56
Bangladesh 2.22 1.61
Maldives 5.08 3.92
India 2.69 2.14
IDI Ratings
Indicators HH1–HH4, HH6 and HH11 refer to use of ICT equipment and services by households
Indicators HH5, HH7–HH10 and HH12 refer to use of ICT equipment and services by individual household members.
A sample is “a smaller (but hopefully representative) collection of units from a population used to determine truths about that population” (Field, 2005)

Why sample?
Resources (time, money) and workload
Gives results with known accuracy that can be calculated mathematically

The sampling frame is the list from which the potential respondents are drawn
Registrar’s office
Class rosters
Must assess sampling frame errors
Background
58 Ministries
227 Directorate
64 DC offices
18500 Gov't offices
27000 Multimedia class
3500 Computer lab
+2000 Computer lab in pipeline
800 Video conferencing systems
254 Agri and communication center
25 Tele-medicine
and many more....
250000 Employed in IT sector
2000 IT graduates entering into labour market each year

Hi-tech park at Kaliakoir
Software technology park
Electronic city at Sylhet
Borendra silicon city
IT Business incubator
and many others.....
ICT Questionnaire used by BBS
ICT Questionnaire used by BBS
Kabir Uddin Ahmed
Director, Industry and Labour Wing, BBS

Infrastructure
Industry
HRD

HH5 Proportion of individuals using a computer
HH7 Proportion of individuals using the Internet
HH8 Proportion of individuals using the Internet,
by location
HH9 Proportion of individuals using the Internet,
by type of activity
HH10 Proportion of individuals using a mobile
cellular telephone
HH12 Proportion of individuals using the Internet,
by frequency
B1 Proportion of businesses using computers
B2 Proportion of employees using computers
B3 Proportion of businesses using the Internet
B4 Proportion of employees using the Internet
B5 Proportion of businesses with a Web presence
B6 Proportion of businesses with an intranet
B7 Proportion of businesses receiving orders over the Internet
B8 Proportion of businesses placing orders over the Internet
B9 Proportion of businesses using the Internet by type of access
B10 Proportion of businesses with a Local Area Network (LAN)
B11 Proportion of businesses with an extranet
B12 Proportion of businesses using the Internet by type of activity
Business Indicators
ICT sector and
trade in ICT goods
(Not covered by BBS)
ICT1 Proportion of total business sector workforce
involved in the ICT sector
ICT2 Value added in the ICT sector (as a
percentage of total business sector VA)
ICT3 ICT goods imports as a percentage of total
imports
ICT4 ICT goods exports as a percentage of total
exports
Computer 2015 2013
National 8.5 6.6
Rural 4.2 2.5
Urban 13.3 11.4
City corporation 32.7 28.1

ICT Individual Indicators
Disaggregated by:
-Division
-Sex
-Locality
-Education
-Literacy
-Age group
-Occupation
-Industry
-Status in Employment
Internet 2015 2013
National 14.1 8.2
Rural 8.4 2.6
Urban 17.5 13.5
City corporation 41.2 39.9
Individual Indicators
Mobile 2015 2013
National 92.0 87.5
Rural 89.6 85.2
Urban 97.2 91.7
City corporation 98.7 96.5
Individual Indicators
Household level
Computer 2015 2013
National 6.9 5.7
Rural 2.0 1.7
Urban 9.7 6.4
City corporation 37.3 35.9

Household level
Internet 2015 2013
National 12.0 4.8
Rural 8.9 2.1
Urban 16.8 7.8
City corporation 23.1 19.6
Survey Questionnaire : Conducted by BBS
Household level
Mobile 2015 2013
National 89.9 87.7
Rural 87.5 85.2
Urban 93.4 92.4
City corporation 98.5 97.8
Thank you all
Revised Indicators?
Broaden Scope and coverage
(Household, Business, Enterprises)?
More frequent data for evidence based policy making?
Modular / Separate statistical activity?

What next?
The sampling process comprises several stages:
Defining the population
Specifying a sampling frame
Specifying a sampling method for selecting items or events from the frame
Determining the sample size
Implementing the sampling plan and data collecting
Household based:
Individuals based:
Household level
Items 2015 2013
TV 47.1 46.0
Radio 16.0 13.9
Landphone 2.7 3.1

(Developed by International Telecommunications Union-ITU)

Sampling process
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