Population enumeration 2nd Phase begins
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Feb 9: The State’s Census Department on Wednesday started the second phase of census 2011.
The enumeration process, was launched with Governor N N Vohra, Lady Governor Usha Vohra and Chief Minister Omar Abdullah filling up household schedule population form.
A team of Census Officers headed by Director of Census Operations, JK, Farooq Ahmad called on Governor to launch the exercise.
Vohra replied to the queries of the officials, filled up the requisite forms and recorded his signatures.
Interacting with the officers, Vohra inquired about the number of officials deployed for the second phase and the arrangements made for enumeration of the nomadic population.
He stressed the need for the enumerators and supervisors ensuing an accurate census as it shall contribute to establishing a valid database for the planning and formulation of Central and State government policies and programs for ensuring balanced and equitable development of each of the three regions of the State.
Briefing Vohra, the Director Census Operations said around 30,000 well trained enumerators and supervisors had been deployed for the exercise, which would conclude on February 28.
He said thereafter a revisional round of five days duration would be held to cover the remainder work.
The second phase, called the Population Enumeration phase, is being conducted simultaneously all over India till February 28 and the entire exercise would be completed by March 5.
All 640 districts, 5,767 tehsils, 7,742 towns and more than 6-lakh villages of the country would be covered in the exercise.
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