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  1. Census of India 2011 & Preparation of the National Population Register Dr. C. Chandramouli Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India

  2. “I wish to point out that the National Population register is an important event. Never before have we tried an exercise of that scale. In fact, nowhere in the world has a Government tried to count, identify and issue identity cards to more than a billion people. This is the biggest exercise, I believe, since the humankind came into existence”. P.Chidambaram Union Home Minister

  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. Census 2011 1st Phase: HOUSELISTING & HOUSING CENSUS AND COLLECTION OF DATA ON NATIONAL POPULATION REGISTER April to September 2010 2nd Phase: POPULATION ENUMERATION9th to 28th February 2011

  5. Calendar for Houselisting and NPR

  6. Census - Utility Biggest source of data on: Demography Economic Activity Literacy & Education Housing & Household Amenities

  7. Census - Utility Biggest source of data on: Urbanization Fertility and Mortality Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Language, Religion & Migration

  8. 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

  9. Census - Utility Widely used by National & International agencies, scholars, business people, industrialists, and many more. Delimitation/Reservation of Constituencies - Parliamentary/Assembly/Panchayats and other Local Bodies

  10. NPR - Utility 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

  11. Statutory Backing 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

  12. How Big is the Exercise

  13. How Many People will be directly involved?

  14. How much will it Cost?

  15. How much paper?

  16. How Diverse is the Exercise • Schedule Canvassed in 16 languages • Instruction manual printed in 18 languages • About 2800 religions returned in 2001 Census • 6661 mother tongues returned in 2001 Census

  17. Items of Information: Houselisting and Housing Census • Information relating to Buildings- Use, Quantity and Quality • Amenities available to the Households

  18. Items of Information: Houselisting and Housing Census • 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 etc. will be canvassed

  19. Items of Information: NPR

  20. Administrative Set Up: Census Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India Directors of Census Operations, State Principal Census Officers District Magistrates/Collectors/ Commissioner Corporations Charge Officers Tehsildars/Mamlatdars Enumerators and Supervisors State Coordinator NPR will co-ordinate between State & Central Government Offices

  21. Administrative Set Up: NPR Registrar General of Citizen Registration National Registration Authority State Directors of Citizen Registration Directorate of Census Operations (Each State) District Registrars of Citizen Registration District Magistrate of Every Revenue district Sub-District Registrars of Citizen Registration Sub District Magistrate / Taluka Executive Magistrate Local Registrars of Citizen Registration Local revenue officer State Coordinator NPR will co-ordinate between State & Central Government Offices

  22. Process : Training Cascade National Trainers ( NTs) (90) Train Master Trainer Facilitators (MTFs) (725) Train Master Trainer (MTs) (54, 000) Train Enumerators and Supervisors (27 Lakhs)

  23. Process : Houselisting (HLO) House to house canvassing for HLO by Enumerators (45 days) Scanning of Schedules Automatic Data Capture Processing of Images using ICR technology Finalisation of Results Manual Processing of unrecognised images

  24. National Population Register Preparation Process Scanning of Schedules And Digitizing of data House to house canvassing for NPR by Enumerators (45 days) PHASE I Biometric and Photography Visit 2 (Second Round) Biometric and Photography Visit 1 (First Round) PHASE II Publication of the Local Register of Usual Residents (LRUR) Disposal of Objections/ Claims By Registrars

  25. National Population Register Preparation Process Publication of the Local Register of Usual Residents (LRUR) Disposal of Objections/ Claims By Registrars Placing the LRUR Before the Grama Sabha / Ward Committee For finalization De-duplication by Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) Creation of National Population Register Final LRUR with all Usual Residents given An Unique ID

  26. Data Processing at 15 Locations: Census ASCII FILE Server Export/Archival Exception Completion Tiling Recognition Scanning Prepare Batch

  27. Image based Data Entry National Population Register Scanning station Recognition stations De-Duplication UIDAI Biometric Capture Publication Objections Appeals Finalisation ID Card ORGI Server

  28. Way Forward… Universal Coverage Accurate Content Timely Completion Difficult Areas Difficult People Improving the disability statistics Publicity and Awareness Creation

  29. Disability: Census 2001 experience

  30. Census 2001 Question • Q. 15 : • If the person is physically/mentally disabled, give appropriate code number from the list below 1.In Seeing …………. 1 2. In Speech ………… 2 3. In Hearing ………… 3 4. Movement …….. 4 5. Mental ……………. 5

  31. Disability by type India 2001 Source: Census of India 2001

  32. Percentage distribution of the disabled by type India 2001 Source: Census of India 2001

  33. Census of India 2011 Our endeavor would be to improve the quality of data on disability • Suggestions invited from the Disability Sector; • Feasibility of using the question in mammoth census exercise would be the prime concern; • Questions will be placed before the TAC for finalization.

  34. Appeal • During Houslisting & Housing Census and NPR Phase: Ensure that the names and other requisite particular of the persons (infants/young/old) with disabilities are recorded in the NPR Schedule; • Cooperation and support of Disability Sector is also solicited for creating awareness at the Census of India 2011 (scheduled to be held in February, 2011) as was the case in 2001.

  35. Thank you

  36.  Census 2001 • Question on disability was included in the census schedule of 2001 • The provisions in the Persons with Disability Act, 1995 require collection of data on disabled persons • Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment made a strong case • NGOs and other agencies demanded enumeration of disabled

  37. 2001 Census contd.  • The question was included at the last minute • The question was canvassed without pre-testing