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India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
India Census 2010
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India Census 2010

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In an update on forthcoming all-India census you can list the details that people have to be ready with so that the process would be easier, smoother for everyone involved. Since the same data will be …

In an update on forthcoming all-India census you can list the details that people have to be ready with so that the process would be easier, smoother for everyone involved. Since the same data will be used for UID Card, keeping everything ready will help provide proper data with correct spellings.

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  • i have the same problem as well. when my parents were not there in the house, i forgot to include their names in the census, only included me and my wifes details. Now my father is scolding me why dint you give our details. Since i am not much aware of all these things, i have done a mistake. But can we go to the office and register or how can i include my parents details also in the census?

    Aditya
    Software engineer,
    Hyderabad
    7702031818
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  • i,m devender from b 30 ist ext nangloi delhi 110041 due my family member don't count


    plase cont 9268990411
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  • This is kindly inform you that i'm resident of krishna nagar,delhi-110051. Due the unavaibility of family members, the data is collected from children & i think most of the detail as well as name of the family members are missing. So please help me to make correction on it by providing proper procedure to make it convenient. Hoping for positive responce. Thanking You PANKAJ JAIN MOB. 9958311790
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  • I understand that the Smart card and the Cencus is very much important. But the lower level worker and the supervisor are very much inactive . They have given a time span of one and half months and 150 houses. But in my areas they gone my house at the last date. unfortunately we were not present in the Friday to Sunday (14.05, 15.05 and 16.05.2010). They went back . Thus our name is not included. Even the Supervisor Mr. Dana is not help me. Please suggest me to how I can enroll my mane in Cencus.

    Pradyut Kanti Biswas
    Inspector
    Central excise
    Durgapur
    9832746043
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  • 1. Census of India 2011 & Preparation of the National Population Register Dr. C. Chandramouli I.A.S. Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India
  • 2.  
  • 3. Census in India
    • In 1872 the first Census was held in India.
    • Since then, Census in India held uninterruptedly.
    • The Census of India 2011 will be the 15th Census and the 7th after Independence.
    • Census 2011 will mark a milestone as the National Population Register (NPR) will also be prepared
  • 4. 1 st Phase: HOUSELISTING & HOUSING CENSUS AND COLLECTION OF DATA ON NATIONAL POPULATION REGISTER April to September 2010 2 nd Phase: POPULATION ENUMERATION 9 th to 28 th February 2011 Census 2011
  • 5. Calendar Dt. of commencement States 1 st April West Bengal, Assam, A & N Islands, Goa, Meghalaya 7 th April Kerala, Lakshadweep, Orissa, Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim 15 th April Karnataka, Arunachal, Chandigarh 21 st April Gujarat, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu 26 th April Tripura, Andhra Pradesh 1 st May Haryana, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Punjab, Uttaranchal, Maharashtra 7 th May Madhya Pradesh 15 th May J & K, Manipur, Mizoram, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh 1 st June Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Himachal Pradesh (non synchronous), Nagaland Not finalised Bihar, Jharkhand
  • 6. Census - Utility
    • Biggest source of data on:
      • Demography
      • Economic Activity
      • Literacy & Education
      • Housing & Household Amenities
      • Urbanization
      • Fertility and Mortality
      • Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes
      • Language, Religion & Migration
  • 7. Census - Utility
    • Only source of primary data at village , town and ward level.
    • Valuable information for planning and formulation of polices for Central & State Governments
    • Widely used by National & International agencies, scholars, business people, industrialists, and many more.
    • Delimitation/Reservation of Constituencies - Parliamentary/Assembly/Panchayats and other Local Bodies
  • 8.
    • Create a comprehensive identity database in the country
    • Help in better targeting of the benefits and services under the Government schemes / programmes
    • Improve planning
    • Strengthen security of the country
    NPR - Utility
  • 9.
      • The Citizenship Act, 1955 and The Citizenship (Registration of Citizens and Issue of National Identity Cards) Rules, 2003
      • The Census Act 1948 and Census Rules
    Statutory Backing
  • 10. How Big is the Exercise 2001 2011 States/UTs 35 35 Districts 593 640 Tehsils 5463 5767 Towns 5161 7742 Villages 593732 608786 Households 194 240 EBs 19.82 lakhs 23.56 lakhs Population 1.03 Bn 1.20 Bn
  • 11. How Many People will be directly involved? Enumerators 21 lakhs Supervisors/Master Trainers 4 lakhs Charge Officers 17, 500 Additional Charge Officers 6, 300 Principal/District Census Officers 1, 500 UDC 1, 065 LDC 6, 905 Others 664 Total 25, 42, 934
  • 12. How much will it Cost? Expenditure (in Rs. Crores) Census 2, 200 NPR 3, 756 Total 5, 956
  • 13. How much paper? Census NPR Total Qty of Paper (in MTs) 7336 4295 11, 631 No. of Schedules (in Cr) 34 30 64 No. of Manuals (in lakhs) 54 27 81
  • 14.
    • Schedule Canvassed in 16 languages
    • Instruction manual printed in 18 languages
    • More than ---religions returned in 2001 Census
    • More than ---mother tongues returned in 2001 Census
    How Diverse is the Exercise
  • 15. Items of Information: Houselisting and Housing Census
    • Information relating to Buildings- Use, Quantity and Quality
    • Amenities available to the Households
    • Assets possessed by the Households
    • 35 Columns relating to Building material, Use of Houses, Drinking water, Availability and type of latrines, Electricity, possession of assets will be canvassed
  • 16. Items of Information: NPR 1 Name of person 6 Sex 11 Present address of usual residence 2 Relationship to Head 7 Date of Birth 12 Duration of stay at present address 3 Father ’ s Name 8 Marital Status 13 Permanent Residential Address 4 Mother ’ s Name 9 Place of Birth 14 Occupation / Activity 5 Spouse ’ s Name 10 Nationality as Declared 15 Educational Qualification Above details to be collected from all Usual Residents Photograph, Finger Print and Iris (if approved) to be collected for Usual Residents aged 15 years and above
  • 17. Administrative Set Up: Census District Magistrates/Collectors/ Commissioner Corporations Tehsildars/Mamlatdars Enumerators and Supervisors Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India Directors of Census Operations, State Principal Census Officers Charge Officers State Coordinator NPR will co-ordinate between State & Central Government Offices
  • 18. Administrative Set Up: NPR Registrar General of Citizen Registration State Directors of Citizen Registration District Registrars of Citizen Registration Sub-District Registrars of Citizen Registration Local Registrars of Citizen Registration National Registration Authority Directorate of Census Operations (Each State) District Magistrate of Every Revenue district Sub District Magistrate / Taluka Executive Magistrate Local revenue officer State Coordinator NPR will co-ordinate between State & Central Government Offices
  • 19.
    • 3331 villages in 9 States and 4 UTs taken up under the project
    • Data entry through direct data entry using laptops
    • Door to door visit by enumerator and data entry operator
    • Biometric and photography targeted for completion by 31st March 2010
    • Identity (smart) Cards to be given thereafter
    NPR Coastal Project
  • 20. Process : Houselisting and NPR Notification under the Census /Citizenship Acts Freezing of Administrative Boundaries as on 31/12/2009 Finalising the Rural Urban Frame Appointment and Notification Of Census Officers
  • 21. Formation Of Houselisting Blocks Appointment Of Supervisors and Enumerators Writing Of Charge Register Training Process : Process : Houselisting and NPR
  • 22. National Trainers ( NTs) (90) Master Trainer Facilitators (MTFs) (725) Process : Training Cascade Master Trainer (MTs) (54, 000) Enumerators and Supervisors (27 Lakhs) Train
  • 23. Process : Houselisting Scanning of Schedules House to house canvassing for NPR by Enumerators (45 days) Manual Processing of unrecognised images Finalisation of Results Processing of Images using ICR technology Automatic Data Capture
  • 24. National Population Register Preparation Process Scanning of Schedules And Digitizing of data House to house canvassing for NPR by Enumerators (45 days) Publication of the Local Register of Usual Residents (LRUR) Disposal of Objections/Claims By Registrars Biometric and Photography Visit 1 (First Round) PHASE I Biometric and Photography Visit 2 (Second Round) PHASE II
  • 25. National Population Register Preparation Process Publication of the Local Register of Usual Residents (LRUR) Disposal of Objections/ Claims By Registrars Final LRUR with all Usual Residents given An Unique ID De-duplication Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) Placing the LRUR Before the Grama Sabha / Ward Committee For finalization Creation of National Population Register
  • 26. Flow of Materials Schedules (34 Crores) Charge Officer 12, 000 locations) Other Materials (6000MTs) Enumerators Supervisors
  • 27. Dispatch of Material after HLO/NPR Enumerator Charge Officer Scanning centre Supervisors Enumerator Enumerator Filled in Schedules
  • 28. Data Processing at 15 Locations: Census ASCII FILE Prepare Batch Scanning Recognition Tiling Completion Exception Export / Archival Server
  • 29. De-Duplication UIDAI Image based Data Entry Scanning station Recognition stations Biometric Capture National Population Register Publication Objections Appeals Finalisation ID Card ORGI Server
  • 30. State Data Centre National Data Centre NPR Centre NPR Centre NPR Centre State Wide Area Network National Grid
  • 31. Universal Coverage Accurate Content Timely Completion Difficult Areas Difficult People Special Charges: Military and Para-Military Forces Publicity and Awareness Creation Way Forward…
  • 32. ‘ Heroes are ordinary men and women, who on motivation perform extraordinary feats in extraordinary times’. - A Tribute to the Census Officials
  • 33. Thank you

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