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National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI) is to satisfy the Oman government's need of official statistics and reliable information to be used in setting policies and programs on local, regional and international levels; taking into consideration the accelerating economic and social variables. NCSI also seek to satisfy the needs of all authorities in acquiring data in all areas of development.
Data in this section covers the agricultural and veterinary provided to farmers by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries .Main indicators included in this data pertain to agricultural and animal research services , extension and treatment services, Land, pesticides, machinery, equipment.
Data cited at: https://data.gov.om/veevcid
The data set of marriage and divorce statistics will be presented according to the marriage and divorce contracts registered annually according to the governorates and the nationality of the spouses, and thus the calculation of the marital stability index. The review of marital status in Omani society also includes data from population censuses and household surveys, and the average age at first marriage according to different variables.
Data cited at: https://data.gov.om/bixytwb
This data set deals with the climate indicators in the Sultanate, such as temperatures, humidity, and rainfall.
Data for this data set were obtained from the meteorological stations and air navigation systems in various parts of the Sultanate.
The temperatures over 24 hours are used in calculating the daily averages while the maximum and minimum values of thermometer were taken at 06:00 and 18:00 GMT respectively. Measurement of rainfall relied on measuring its quantity within 24 hours through records at 06:00 GMT at the end of the next day. Precipitation values less than 0.5 mm (effects of precipitation) are also recorded as trace. The relative humidity values are recorded using a hygrograph over 24 hours.
Data cited at: https://data.gov.om/OMEDCT2016
This Data set contains statistical data on education covering the number of students classified by Gender and age group, the number of schools, classrooms and teachers by type and level of education as well as by specialization .Data covers the Sultanate as whole and in each
Education System in the Sultanate:-
-General Education:- 12 years duration.
ـــ Basic Education:- It is a 10 years system, children are enrolled at age six for grade one. The basic education which started replacing the general education in academic year 1998/99 is composed of two cycles: the first cycle is from grade 1 to 4. The second cycle is from grade 5 to 10. Those who complete and pass the second cycle are promoted to two years of study which prepares them to sit for general education certificate.
It worth noting that Grades' classification matches ISCED (11) classification as follow: Pre –primary is ISCED (02) , classes (1-6) is ISCED(1), classes (7-9) is ISCED(2) and classes (10 – 12) is ISCED(3).
Higher Education:-University education covering the
students of Sultan Qaboos University
and students at universities abroad.Higher Technical College . College of Applied Sciences. The duration of study is 4 years after the secondary level . Private Universities and Colleges.Technical Colleges ( Diploma).Institute of Health Sciences
- Vocational Training Centers
ـ Institutes of Shariah Sciences
ـ Fishctics Institutes Training
(Detailed information about government schools and their distribution by a governorates, number of students in each school by sex and number of teachers in each school is available in the educational Portal)
This section reviews the statistical data for the electricity sector. The main indicators discussed by this section include generated production capacity, Production and distribution of electricity by governorate and region. It also includes a monthly indicators in addition to the annual indicators.
Contains the statistical data of the fisheries sector, this section include the quantitative production of fish by traditional and commercial fishing. It also includes the fishing licenses boats licenses. This section also includes exports of fish by importing country.
Data cited at: https://data.gov.om/OMFRTRD2016
this Data set covers the statistical indicators illustrating the development of trade between Oman and other countries, and classification of merchandise exports, re-exports and merchandise imports by commodity group, nature of materials, their final utilization and port of entry. It includes also a table on of the balance of payments estimates.
The commodity classification used in the presentation of foreign trade data is the Hormonised System, which has been adopted in Oman since 1987, in addition to the SITC Revision (4) for international comparison. Commodity values are estimated in Rial Omani on the basis of the (C.I.F.) value for imports (i.e. the cost, insurance and freight of goods to the custom points in Oman) and (F.O.B.) for exports and re-exports.
This data set presents statistics and indicators related to the land use in the Sultanate such as the number of planned, granted and first time registered land plots and their distribution by governorates and type of use. It also addresses the number of building permits classified according to their location in terms of governorates and type of use.
Data cited at: https://data.gov.om/byvmwhe
This sector highlights indicators related to the employment in the government and private sectors in the Sultanate and their various features. It also addresses the job seekers data by age group and level of education as distributed in the governorates in the Sultanate.
Data cited at: https://data.gov.om/OMNTAC2016
This Data set highlights the most important indicators of national accounts, notably gross domestic product (GDP), production account, commodities and services account, domestic and national savings, and gross fixed capital formation.
The Sultanate applies the new system of National Accounts (SNA) approved by the United Nations Economic and Social Council in mid-1993 after being presented by the United Nations Bureau of Statistics.
Application of the system in the Sultanate was in two stages:
the first included the preparation of the National Accounts series for the period 1980-1997 for Production
Accounts and Generation of Income Accounts according to the international recommendations. The second stage started directly after the publication of the updated results of the first stage. During this stage, data were classified and coded according to the classifications stated in the SNA. The Current Accounts and Capital Accounts were constructed according to institutional sectors for 1998- 2006, followed by the preparation and construction of Accounts of the Matrix of Supply and Use Tables and the Integrated Economic Accounts (IEA).
This section covers statistical data pertaining to production and uses of crude oil, natural gas and minerals. Crude oil data reflects the quantity of production and exports according to the producer and quantities sold to the Oman Refinery Co.In addition, the data reflects crude oil exports by importing countries. It also includes data on Oman Oil Refinery classified by production and sales of each product. The section contains data also on quantities and prices of local deliveries of petroleum products according to product and Governorate. Natural gas data reflects quantities produced as per type and use . Data on other minerals gives the value & quantities of sales and exports by Oman Mining Company as per product and main importing countries.
This Section Includes Population and Vital Statistics information. Vital Statistics is an Important Source of Demographic Data. Vital Statistics Presented in this Section are Information on live Births, Fertility, Infant deaths and crude deaths
This section reviews statistical data pertaining to the public finance and reflects details of government revenue and expenditure. Government revenue in this section is classified by revenue item, government units in the General Budget, and function. Expenditure data are classified, according to their nature, into current and development. These are further classified ( into Recurrent and Development Expenditure) by government units in the budget or the type of expenditure, function, and sector.
Data cited at: https://data.gov.om/vhsktzf
The Gender Statistics Database reviews some indicators on women's empowerment, political participation by sex for electoral periods, and gender indicators are the main tool for measuring changes in society and determining the level of women's participation in various areas of development over a given period of time.
Data cited at: https://data.gov.om/OMHLTH2016
This data set reviews statistical data on health services including number of hospitals & health units,number and structure of workforce, number of hospital beds, diseases and epidemics.
This section deals with various indicators related to the telecommunications sector in the Sultanate such as the number of fixed and mobile telephone users and the Internet, and their distribution in different governorates and postal services.
Data is given on number of visitors to museums and castles as per tourist location and category of visitors. Data is also given on hotel services indicating the number of guests \ classified by hotel, Governorate, type of hotel, guest nationality, hotel revenue and class according to the type of service it provides.
This section reviews the statistical data for the water sector. The most important indicators addressed in this section is the number of connections, the production and distribution of water according to the province and the region, as well as the detailed data come by months and years.
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