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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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As per the recommendations of the MDDS Committee a new coding pattern for various geographical entities has been devised. The Location Code Directory has been provided unique codes on All India basis which can be used for various e-Governance purposes. The coding convention used is as described below: 1.The State code of 2 digits within India has been used similar to the one used in earlier census. 2. The District code of 3 digits continuous code within India has been given. 3. The Sub-district code of 5 digits continuous code within India has been used. 4. The town code (only statutory towns) have been numbered within India. The town code range is 800001 - 899999. Further, the provision for new addition, merger or split cases shall be as follows: Addition Cases: In case of addition of new Villages/Towns/Sub-DTs/DTs, the new geographical entity shall be added at the end with an incremental code for that geographical entity. Merger Cases: In case of merger, the original code of merging geographical units shall be frozen and a new single incremental code shall be given to the merged unit at the end of the corresponding geographical entity. Split Cases: In case of split cases the original single code shall be frozen and new individual incremental codes shall be provided at the end of the corresponding geographical entity.
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Last Updated: 02/05/16
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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As per the recommendations of the MDDS Committee a new coding pattern for various geographical entities has been devised. The Location Code Directory has been provided unique codes on All India basis which can be used for various e-Governance purposes. The coding convention used is as described below: 1.The State code of 2 digits within India has been used similar to the one used in earlier census. 2. The District code of 3 digits continuous code within India has been given. 3. The Sub-district code of 5 digits continuous code within India has been used. 4. The Village code of 6 digits has been used continuous code within India. Range of 000001 - 799999 has been kept for Villages. The Census Towns and OGs which are treated as urban for census purpose have also been included in the Rural Directory. Further, the provision for new addition, merger or split cases shall be as follows: Addition Cases: In case of addition of new Villages/Towns/Sub-DTs/DTs, the new geographical entity shall be added at the end with an incremental code for that geographical entity. Merger Cases: In case of merger, the original code of merging geographical units shall be frozen and a new single incremental code shall be given to the merged unit at the end of the corresponding geographical entity. Split Cases: In case of split cases the original single code shall be frozen and new individual incremental codes shall be provided at the end of the corresponding geographical entity.
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Last Updated: 16/11/16
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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A household is usually a group of persons who normally live together and take their meals from a common kitchen unless the exigencies of work prevent any of them from doing so. Persons in a household may be related or unrelated or a mix of both. The data refers to Households by number of literates among the members of household age 7 years and above.
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Last Updated: 26/08/16
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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Household with number of workers by household size. A household is usually a group of persons who normally live together and take their meals from a common kitchen unless the exigencies of work prevent any of them from doing so. Persons in a household may be related or unrelated or a mix of both. Household size refers to number of persons in a household.
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Last Updated: 29/08/16
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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Households with number of aged persons 60 years and above by sex and household size. A household is usually a group of persons who normally live together and take their meals from a common kitchen unless the exigencies of work prevent any of them from doing so. Persons in a household may be related or unrelated or a mix of both. Household size refers to number of persons in a household.
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Last Updated: 29/08/16
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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Households by size and number of female members seeking/available for work. A household is usually a group of persons who normally live together and take their meals from a common kitchen unless the exigencies of work prevent any of them from doing so. Persons in a household may be related or unrelated or a mix of both. Household size refers to number of persons in a household.
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Last Updated: 29/08/16
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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Households by size and number of members seeking/available for work. A household is usually a group of persons who normally live together and take their meals from a common kitchen unless the exigencies of work prevent any of them from doing so. Persons in a household may be related or unrelated or a mix of both. Household size refers to number of persons in a household.
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Last Updated: 26/08/16
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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A disabled person who did not at all work during the reference period was treated as non-worker. The non-workers broadly constitute Students who did not participate in any economic activity paid or unpaid, household duties who were attending to daily household chores like cooking, cleaning utensils, looking after children, fetching water etc. and are not even helping in the unpaid work in the family form or cultivation or milching, dependant such as infants or very elderly people not included in the category of worker, pensioners those who are drawing pension after retirement and are not engaged in any economic activity. Beggars, vagrants, prostitutes and persons having unidentified source of income and with unspecified sources of subsistence and not engaged in any economically productive work during the reference period. Others, this category includes all Non-workers who may not come under the above categories such as rentiers, persons living on remittances, agricultural or non-agricultural royalty, convicts in jails or inmates of penal, mental or charitable institutions doing no paid or unpaid work and persons who are seeking/available for work.
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Last Updated: 07/09/15
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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Households other than Institutional and Houseless households are Normal households. A 'household' is usually a group of persons who normally live together and take their meals from a common kitchen unless the exigencies of work prevent any of them from doing so. Persons in a household may be related or unrelated or a mix of both. However, if a group of unrelated persons live in a census house but do not take their meals from the common kitchen, then they are not constituent of a common household. Each such person was to be treated as a separate household. The important link in finding out whether it was a household or not was a common kitchen. There may be one member households, two member households or multi-member households.A household with at least one Scheduled Caste member is treated as Scheduled Caste Household. Similarly, a household having at least one Scheduled Tribe member is treated as a Scheduled Tribe household. Household size refers to number of persons in a household.
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Last Updated: 26/08/16
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