DCs urge enumerators for flawless compilation of data
KANGPOKPI, 9th Sep: Kangpokpi district’s Deputy Commissioner Lalithambigai K has urged the village authorities and people to give full cooperation to the officials for the smooth conduct of the 7th Economic Census.
Speaking at the formal launch of the Economic Census for Kangpokpi district at the Conference Hall of DC Complex on Monday, Lalithambigai advised the enumerators and supervisors to be in touch with the District Administration for any doubts and clarification during the census
The Deputy Commissioner also informed that meeting of the District Level Committee will be held every week to review the progress and problems during the conduct of the census.
The launch programme was also attended by SDOs, Enumerators, Supervisors, members of District Level Committee, DLOs and village authorities.
It may be noted that all households/establishments engaged in non-agricultural economic activities including construction, except public administration, defence and compulsory social security are proposed to be covered in the 7th Economic census. More than 8.5 lakh enumerators and 3.2 lakh supervisors were deployed to collect information.
CCPUR: The 7th Economic Census 2019 was set into motion in respect of Churachandpur and Pherzawl districts Monday by the respective Deputy Commissioners.
Speaking to media persons on the sidelines of the launch programme at his office premises, DC Churachandpur Pawan Yadav appealed all concerned stakeholders to take part in the operation wholeheartedly and extend maximum cooperation to the enumerators so that the data thus collected serve its purposes meaningfully.
DC Pherzawl Mannuamching also launched the 7th Economic Census 2019 at her office located at DTC campus, Tuibong. Exuding great confidence that the enumerators and supervisors would cover all villages within the district in a free and fair manner, Mannuamching assured all possible assistance to the enumerators from the side of district administration in order to carry out the census operation successfully.
DLOs of both districts were present at the launch programme of the economic census operation which will go on for three months.
A total of 249 Enumerators, 53 level-1 supervisors and one level-2 supervisor will conduct the census in Churachandpur and Pherzawl districts.
The Economic Census is a complete count of all establishments and it is aimed at collecting information like type of economic activities, number of workers, turnover, etc. This will in turn help Government to formulate development planning.
SENAPATI: The 7th Economic Census 2019 was officially launched Monday by Deputy Commissioner, Senapati, Somorjit Salam at DC conference Hall.
Speaking on the occasion, Somorjit informed that the CSCs are the implementing agencies and they will be assisted by supervisors and VLEs. He appealed to all especially the CSC to cooperate and exercise their duty earnestly for the overall well-being of the district. He asked all the Enumerators to collect data correctly and that the negligence of few people should not affect the future of the economically weak categories.
The launch programme was also attended by ADM Lalmani Singh, SDOs, DLOs, CSC members and VLEs.
On the other-hand, Kamjong deputy commissioner Kengoo Zuringla launched the seventh Economic Census for the district at the Imphal camp office of the DC on Monday.
Addressing officials gathered on the occasion, Zuringla stressed the importance of collecting and compiling of accurate information about the economic activities of people in the hill areas for proper and effective implementation of government schemes and programmes.
During the launch event which was attended by representatives of NSO (FOD), CSC, supervisors, enumerators and district officials, the deputy commissioner also encouraged officials and personnel involved in the exercise to dispense their duty most diligently.
Zuringla also appealed to all the district denizens, the village authorities in particular, to extend maximum cooperation to the enumerators in carrying out the census successfully.