'Economic Census in JK from June'
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Nov 17: The Steering-cum-Monitoring Committee constituted to facilitate smooth conduct of 6th Economic Census in Jammu and Kashmir, met here today under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary, Madhav Lal.
The Committee, according to an official statement, fixed the date for starting the field work on Economic Census and collecting the relevant data across the state from June 2012, after the ongoing socio-economic caste census is completed.
The Economic Census will provide basic entrepreneurial data for facilitating formulation of proper planning, development and formulation and up-gradation of industrial policy.
To carry out the exercise in time and removeing any bottlenecks, the Chief Secretary stressed on following a coordinated and systematic approach by the line departments connected with the process. He stressed on prior preparations for proper utilization of services, engagement of staff and their effective training and deployment.
A brief overview about the features and relevance of economic census and road map for the 6th Economic Census was presented by Director Economics and Statistics.
The meeting was attended by Principal Secretary Planning and Development, B. B. Vyas, Commissioner Secretary Rural Development, Farooq Ahmad Peer, Commissioner Secretary School Education, Naseema Lankar, Commissioner Secretary Revenue, Isfandyar Khan, Dy. Director General NSSO and Representative from Ministry of Statistics and programme implementation GOI and other officers.
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