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					                           Dr. C. Chandramouli
Registrar General & Census Commissioner, 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

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               Census 2011

1st Phase:
    HOUSELISTING & HOUSING CENSUS AND
    COLLECTION OF DATA ON NATIONAL
    POPULATION REGISTER
                          April to September 2010


2nd Phase:
      POPULATION ENUMERATION
                     9th to 28th February 2011

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      Calendar for Houselisting and NPR
Date of commencement                       States

1st April              West Bengal, Assam, A & N Islands, Goa,
                       Meghalaya
7th April              Kerala, Lakshadweep, Orissa, Himachal
                       Pradesh, Sikkim
15th April             Karnataka, Arunachal, Chandigarh
21st April             Gujarat, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu
26th April             Tripura, Andhra Pradesh
1st May                Haryana, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Punjab,
                       Uttaranchal, Maharashtra
7th May                Madhya Pradesh
15th May               J & K, Manipur, Mizoram, Rajasthan, Uttar
                       Pradesh
1st June               Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Himachal Pradesh
                       (non synchronous), Nagaland
Not finalised          Bihar, Jharkhand
Biggest source of data on:

 § Demography

 § Economic Activity

 § Literacy & Education

 § Housing & Household Amenities




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Biggest source of data on:
§ Urbanization


§ Fertility and Mortality


§ Scheduled Castes and Scheduled
  Tribes

§ Language, Religion & Migration   7
§ Only source of primary data at village, town
  and ward level.


§ Valuable information for planning and
  formulation of polices for Central & State
  Governments




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§ Widely used by National & International
  agencies, scholars, business       people,
  industrialists, and many more.


§ Delimitation/Reservation of Constituencies -
  Parliamentary/Assembly/Panchayats     and
  other Local Bodies



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              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

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          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


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      How Big is the Exercise

                 2001          2011
States/UTs               35            35
Districts               593           640
Tehsils             5,463          5,767
Towns               5,161          7,742
Villages         5,93,732       6,08,786
Households     19.4 crores    24.0 crores
EBs           19.82 lakhs     23.56 lakhs
Population        1.03 Bn        1.20 Bn
  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
         How much will it Cost?


                             Expenditure
                          (in Rs. Crores)
Census                             2, 200
NPR                               3, 756
Total                             5, 956
            How much paper?

                 Census   NPR     Total
Qty of Paper       7336   4295   11, 631
(in MTs)
No. of               34     30       64
Schedules
(in Cr)

No. of Manuals       54     27       81
(in lakhs)
    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
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 Items of Information: Houselisting
       and Housing Census

§ Information relating to Buildings-
  Use, Quantity and Quality


§ Amenities  available    to   the
  Households
    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
          Items of Information: NPR

1 Name of person       6   Sex                11   Present address of
                                                   usual residence
2 Relationship to      7   Date of Birth      12   Duration of stay at
  Head                                             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     15   Educational
                           Declared                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
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    Administrative Set Up: Census
  Registrar General and
Census Commissioner, India
      Directors of
 Census Operations, State
                                 District Magistrates/Collectors/
 Principal Census Officers
                                  Commissioner Corporations

     Charge Officers                 Tehsildars/Mamlatdars


                                 Enumerators and Supervisors


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

             State Coordinator NPR will co-ordinate
           between State & Central Government Offices
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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)
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       Process : Houselisting (HLO)

 House to house canvassing
             for                 Scanning of Schedules
HLO by Enumerators (45 days)




                               Processing of Images using
   Automatic Data Capture
                                     ICR technology




   Manual Processing of          Finalisation of Results
   unrecognised images
           National Population Register
               Preparation Process
            House to house canvassing       Scanning of Schedules
PHASE I
                        for                           And
           NPR by Enumerators (45 days)        Digitizing of data




            Biometric and Photography     Biometric and Photography
PHASE II               Visit 2                      Visit 1
                 (Second Round)                 (First Round)




                Publication of the         Disposal of Objections/
                Local Register of                 Claims
              Usual Residents (LRUR)           By Registrars
           National Population Register
               Preparation Process
                                    Disposal                 Placing the LRUR
  Publication of the                   of
  Local Register of                                              Before the
                                   Objections/                Grama Sabha /
Usual Residents (LRUR)             Claims By                  Ward Committee
                                   Registrars                 For finalization




                               De-duplication by
                              Unique Identification
                               Authority of India
                                    (UIDAI)




       Final LRUR with all                      Creation
      Usual Residents given                        of
          An Unique ID
                                      National Population Register
                                                            L   E   Server
                                                     I   FI
                                                 S CI
                                                A
                              Export/Archival

                          Exception

                     Completion
            Tiling
         Recognition

    Scanning

Prepare Batch
                                                Image based Data Entry



Scanning station       Recognition stations




De-Duplication UIDAI
                                                 Biometric Capture


        Publication

        Objections

         Appeals

        Finalisation        ORGI Server       ID Card
              Way Forward…
Universal Coverage

Accurate Content
Timely Completion

Difficult Areas
Difficult People

Improving the disability statistics


Publicity and Awareness Creation
Disability: Census 2001 experience
Census 2001 Question

l   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
                       Disability by type
                          India 2001


Type of                   Person        Male   Female
disability
Total               21,906,769 12,605,635 9,301,134

Seeing              10,634,881     5,732,338 4,902,543

Speech                1,640,868      942,095   698,773

Hearing               1,261,722      673,797   587,925

Movement              6,105,477    3,902,752 2,202,725

Mental                2,263,821    1,354,653   909,168


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




Source: Census of India 2001
 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.
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.
Thank you
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é   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
2001 Census contd.
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 The question was included at the last minute
 The question was canvassed without pre-
  testing

				
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