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Socio-Economic Caste Census 2011. Ministry of Rural Development Government of India. CONTENTS. Poverty Gaps and Methodology Status of SECC in States No . Of EB’s as per RGI Initiatives of MoRD Funding Key Issues Observations in the field.

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socio economic caste census 2011

Socio-Economic Caste Census 2011

Ministry of Rural Development

Government of India

contents
CONTENTS

Poverty Gaps and Methodology

Status of SECC in States

No . Of EB’s as per RGI

Initiatives of MoRD

Funding

Key Issues

Observations in the field

methodology for identification of bpl households
Methodology for Identification of BPL households

Based on recommendations of Expert Group, results of Pilot Survey and detailed discussion with all stakeholders a methodology was proposed.

Methodology included automatic exclusion and inclusion criteria and deprivation indicators.

After feedback / discussions with states, experts, NGOs following decision taken.

Joint Statement by Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission and hon’ble Minister of RD issued on 3rd October 2011, a major policy level shift from proposed methodology announced

joint statement issued on 3 10 2011
Joint Statement issued on 3.10.2011

Specific entitlements that rural households will receive under various central government programmes and schemes decided after the SECC, 2011 survey results are available and analysed.

The present state-wise poverty estimates using the Planning Commission methodology will NOT be used to impose any ceilings.

Consultation with states, experts and civil society organizations to arrive at a consensus on the methodology by the time the SECC, 2011 is completed.

An Expert Committee will be appointed to ensure that this methodology is consistent with the provisions of the Food Security Bill as it finally emerges.

guidelines for utilization of funds for secc 2011
Guidelines for Utilization of Funds for SECC 2011

Funds sanction to States/UTs are for entire operations of SECC 2011including Urban and Caste Census segment; Funds released to the agency designated by the States/UTs.

States/UTs to decide mechanism for further release of funds to other Departments.

Detailed Guidelines issued for payment of honorarium and TA/DA at different levels.

Sanctioned amount includes Provision for miscellaneous activities.

The States/UTs to decide expenditure to be borne on various activities for the successful completion of the SECC 2011. Total expenditure should not exceed sanctioned amount.

Additional allocation of funds for increase in EBS is as per information given by Office of RGI

The States/UTs not to create such liabilities which will involve any financial implication on the MoRD beyond the activities of current SECC Census.

State/UTs shall submit monthly progress and expenditure report by 10th of every month.

initiatives by mord
Initiatives by MoRD
  • Coordinating supply of Tablet PC’s with Dept. of Defense production
  • Continuous Software updating due to emerging requirements and requests from States ( State Specific ID numbers)
  • 5 Trainings have been completed at NIRD with 350 participants across the country ( Urban, Rural and Census)
  • Trainers Alliances engaged to provide support, to be deputed to states
  • Instructed BEL to provide manpower at the district and charge center to deal with software/hardware issues
initiatives by mord1
Initiatives by MoRD
  • Continuous coordination with various stakeholders like RGI, HUPA,CPSU, BEL , NIC, States, etc.
  • Instructed NIC to provide access to view data at the Charge center /District level

Initiatives in the Pipeline

  • Third Party Monitoring
    • Integrated Media Campaign to be commenced shortly
  • Helpline / call centers
  • Sourcing additional vendors to help BEL complete HHD delivery on schedule
key issues states
Key Issues - States

Pre enumeration status to be shared with MoRD

  • Account Details for Transfer of Funds
  • NPR Images from DCO – RGI
  • Charge Center Readiness
  • Training to Enumerators
  • Accurate Consignee details by District ( Telephone, Mobile, Fax, email, Name of the individual, District etc.)
    • No. of HHD’s and Solar Chargers district wise
  • Storage Space for stocking HHD’s
  • Coordination with CPSU to ensure vendors engage DEO’s
  • Very Slow uploading of data to NIC server
key issues states to note
Key Issues – States to Note

Enumeration Process

  • Information on Faulty HHD’s to be conveyed to CPSU’s
  • To Ensure Current S/w version uploaded on to HHD’s
  • To Ensure quality of Data
  • Coordination with CPSU to upload data on to NIC server
  • Timely uploading of EB’s enumerated
  • To Ensure The HHD’s are picked up from the Transport Hubs
  • Whenever DEO’s not in place, State to take proactive steps to engage DEO’s – Payment by6 Vendor

Post Enumeration

  • Ensure Supervisor Modules are uploaded on HHD’s
  • Claims and Objections guidelines formats being finalized
some observation from field
Some Observation from Field

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Enumerator do not use I Card, Appointment Letter, Lay Out Map, update AHL, carry blank schedule and Stickers are not available

Entry in the household is abrupt with no proper introduction

DEO’s Asks questions and enter Data and Enumerators are Bystanders

Enumerators not noting observations

Many times respondents stand and the team sits comfortably

Locating household properly if two same name appear in AHL

some observation from field1
Some Observation from Field

Sometimes Sex of the person has been wrong in earlier data

Some information like mother’s name, father’s name is incorrect sometimes – but that can’t be corrected – so enumerators should note it separately

Questions related to disability, caste, religion are asked in ‘bulk’ and not about individual members as is expected.

Separation/Divorce – local words not used properly

PTG – understanding of the term

Manual Scavenger = Open Defecation? Legally Released Bonded Labor = Contractual annual labor?

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