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Sample Registration System. - Anil K oparkar. Framework. Introduction Objectives Structure of the Sample Registration System Base-line survey Continuous (longitudinal) Independent retrospective half‑yearly surveys ; Matching of events

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Sample registration system

Sample Registration System

- Anil Koparkar


Framework

Framework

  • Introduction

  • Objectives

  • Structure of the Sample Registration System

    • Base-line survey

    • Continuous (longitudinal)

    • Independent retrospective half‑yearly surveys ;

    • Matching of events

    • Filling of verbal autopsy(VA) forms.Sample design

  • Sample size

  • References


Introduction

Introduction

Origin:

  • Registration of births and deaths is an important source for demographic data for socio-economic development and population control in developing countries e.g. India.

  • After independence registration of births and deaths were started on voluntarily basis but

    • under-registration

    • incomplete coverage

      resulted to no uniformity in statistical returns


Introduction cont

Introduction (cont..)

Origin:(cont..)

  • In order to unify the civil registration activities

    • Registration of Births & Deaths Act, 1969 was enacted.

      • registration of birth & death were made compulsory under the statute

        Result:- level of registration of births and deaths under the Act has continued to be far from satisfactory in several states/UTs


Introduction cont1

Introduction (cont..)

Origin:(cont..)

  • Thus with a view to generate reliable and continuous data on these indicators

  • The Office of the Registrar General, India, initiated Sample Registration System (SRS)

    • 1964-65 on a pilot basis in few selected states &

    • on full scale from 1969-70

    • Covered almost entire country in 1971

      The SRS since then has been providing data on regular basis


Introduction cont2

Introduction (cont..)

SRS-

  • Important source for demographic data for socio-economic development and population control.

  • Population growth, fertility and mortality serves as the starting point for population projections.

  • Adequate evaluation of a number of programs in the health sector, including family planning, maternal and reproductive health, immunization programs, is dependent upon the availability of accurate, up-to-date fertility and mortality data.


Objectives

Objectives:

  • To provide annual reliable estimates of birth and death rates at the state and national levels for rural and urban areas separately.

  • To provide other measures like fertility and mortality(TFR, IMR, CMR, etc).

  • To study risk factors and household determinants through causes of deaths.


Structure of the sample registration system

Structure of the Sample Registration System

The main components of SRS are:

  • Base-line survey of the sample unit

  • Continuous (longitudinal) enumeration of vital events pertaining to usual resident population by the enumerator

  • Independent retrospective half‑yearly surveys ;

  • Matching of events

  • Field verification of unmatched and partially matched events.


Base line survey

Base-line survey

  • The base-line survey is carried out prior to the start of continuous enumeration

    Proceedings

    • Notional map – by supervisor with enumerator - showing important landmarks and location

    • house numbering(if not existing) - done by the enumerator/supervisor with the help of chalk and tar, etc. at a conspicuous place near the entrance of the house

    • prepares a list of houses/households covered by the sample in the House List (Form 1)

    • fills-in the Household Schedule (Form 2)

    • list of women in reproductive age group and their pregnancy status (Form 3)


Continuous longitudinal enumeration

Continuous (longitudinal) enumeration

  • The enumerator maintains a

    • Birth Record (Form 4)

    • Death Record (Form 5) in respect of his area.

  • The events to be enumerated by the enumerator are those pertaining to

    • usual residents inside the sample unit

    • usual residents outside the sample unit

    • immigrants present

    • immigrants absent

    • visitorsinside the sample unit.

      For ensuring complete netting-

    • enumerator uses different sources- village priest, barber, village headman, midwife and such other functionaries

    • Still required to visit all the households once in each quarter (in rural areas) and once a month (in urban areas)


Number of sample units at different replacement period

Number of sample units at different replacement period


Half yearly survey

Half-yearly survey:

  • Carried out independently in each sample unit by a full‑time supervisor

  • Visits each household in the sample unit and records the particulars of births and deaths in Forms 9 & 10 respectively in respect of all the usual residents and visitors (only those occurring within the sample unit) which had occurred during the half yearly period (Jan-Jun or Jul‑Dec).

  • Simultaneously, he updates the house-list, the household schedule and the pregnancy status of women by making entries of changes.


Matching

Matching:

  • On completion of the half‑yearly survey, the Forms 9 & 10 (filled by the supervisors) are compared with those in the Forms 4 & 5 (filled by the enumerators)

    • at the office of Directorate of Census Operations

  • Events are classified as fully matched, partially matched and unmatched

  • Items considered for matching are:

  • Identification code of the head of Household and mother,

  • Relationship of the mother to head,

  • Date of live birth,

  • month in case of still birth/abortion,

  • sex in case of live birth /still birth(for birth) and

  • identification code of the head of household and mother in infant death, relationship of the deceased to head, date of death and sex.


  • Sample design rural area

    Sample design(Rural area)

    • Uni-stage stratified simple random sample without replacement.(except in stratum II (larger villages) of rural areas, where two stages stratification has been applied)

    • In rural areas of bigger states (population with ten million or more as per Census 2001), natural division is the first geographical stratification or in rural areas of a smaller states, the stratification has been done on size of villages with villages having population less than 2,000 forming Stratum I and villages with population 2,000 or more forming Stratum II.

    • The sample villages within each substratum were selected at random with equal probability.

    • In the case of villages of Stratum 2, each sample village with a population of 2,000 or more was subdivided into two or more segments in a way that none of the segments cut across the Census Enumeration Blocks (CEBs)

    • frame of segments was prepared and selection of one segment was done at random at the second sampling stage for the SRS enumeration.

    • Smaller villages with population less than 200 were excluded from the sampling frame in a manner that the total population of villages so excluded did not exceed 2 per cent of the total population


    Sample design urban area

    Sample design (Urban area)

    • Towns/cities have been divided into four strata .

    • stratum I-Towns with population less than one lakh

    • stratum II -one lakh or more but less than 5 lakhs.

    • stratum III - towns/cities with population 5 lakh or more .

    • stratum IV - four metro cities - Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata.


    F illing of verbal autopsy va forms

    Filling of verbal autopsy(VA) forms.

    • Integral part of SRS from 2004

    • To improve data on causes of death

    • Qualitative data


    Sample size

    Sample size

    • The Infant Mortality is the decisive indicator for estimation of sample size at Natural Division,

    • The permissible level of error has been taken as 10 PRSE (percentage relative standard error) at Natural Division level for rural areas and 10 PRSE at state level for urban areas, in respect of major states having population more than 10 million as per Census 2001. For minor states, 15 PRSE has been fixed at the total state level

    • Based on the above criteria, the number of units has been increased from 6671 to 7597 with 4433 in rural and 3164 in urban areas.


    Estimates all india srs vital annual rates per 1000 population rural urban and combined

    Estimates All India SRS Vital Annual Rates per 1000 Population (Rural, Urban and Combined)


    References

    References

    • Sethi RC, Dey DK, Nath DC. Demography India. Vol 37. Jan 2008. 51-65.

    • Vital Statistics - Sample Registration System Available online at URL:http://www.censusindia.gov.in/Census of India - Vital Statistics - Sample Registration System.htm

    • SRS bulletin. Sample Registration System. Registrar General, India. Apr2006; 40(1).


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