DLCCs for 7th Economic Census held in Kohima, Longleng & Mkg

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Dimapur, June 5: The Kohima District Level Coordination Committee (DLCC) for 7th Economic Census held its first meeting in the Office camber of ADC Kohima on June 4.
Chairing the meeting, ADC Kohima, Lithrongla Tongpi Rutsa said that the conduct of 7th Economic Census 2019 is important as it will be required in the implementation of any planning process.
She assured to extend support from the district administration side where the implementing agency faces any difficulty to cover any areas during the exercise. She requested the concerned departments, Supervisor and Enumerators to undertake their assigned responsibility with utmost sincerity for the successful conduct of the exercise.
Discussing on the issues of the 7th Economic Census 2019, which is taking place all over the country, the District Economic & Statistics Officer and Member Secretary of DLCC, Khrietsolie Whourie gave a brief highlights on the terms of reference to be followed by the DLCC during the exercise. He said that besides the other roles, the DLCC has to monitor preparedness, progress and hurdles in conduct of the 7th EC in the district and to sensitize local law and order agencies, local government functionaries at Panchayat/ward level for cooperation in smooth conduct of the exercise.
The District Manager, CSC-SPV, Nganuo Kielienyü and Accountant of IT&C, Vizelhounuo also gave an overview of the 7th Economic Census 2019 and its preparation being carried out so far for the successful implementation of the operation in the district.
The District Manager reported on the area covered so far and also pointed out the difficult areas to be covered where administration support is required. The ADC taking note on the matter assured to extend its support in the concerned administrative centres.
Nganuo Kielienyü also informed that for the conduct of the operation, which is starting from June 6 for a period of three months, a total of 32 Supervisors have been registered till date under whom 117 Enumerators will carry out the field work and the Supervisors will do the verification process in their respective areas.
During the meeting, it was also informed that the Kohima district level workshop for the Supervisors and Enumerators was conducted at AMK Building on May 31 where Alem Sangtam, Asst. Manager CSC-SPV, SPOC-ECI briefed the trainees on the concepts of the 7th Economic Census and their roles and responsibilities to be carried out in field during the exercise.
Longleng:
The District Level Training for the Enumerators and Supervisors on 7th Economic Census was held at EBRC hall, Longleng on June 4.
Addressing the Enumerators and Supervisors on the 7th Economic Census, DC Longleng, John Tsulise Sangtam asserted that in Nagaland the Government becomes helpless to implement any scheme and project accurately due to wrong information provided in the census data. He pointed out that economic Census is an important operation because the statistical data are very vital for any planning process and wrong census provides negative impact for the growth and development of our state.
Informing that the role and responsibility of the enumerators and supervisors are very essential for the progress of the State. John urged the enumerators and supervisors to discharge their responsibility with utmost dedication to get accurate information from the ground so that our Government can perfectly frame various developmental programmes for the people.
The DC also appealed to the concern departments and the Common Services Centre (CSC) to properly monitor and supervise the enumerators and supervisors to achieve accurate economic census. He was optimistic that the paperless operation of 7th Economic Census will be implemented with 99% accuracy.
The 7th ECI 2019 Overview was proposed by Bausha, LDA, DESO Office Longleng and the vote of thanks was pronounced by Tehomeli Phom DM, CSC Longleng. The Program was chaired by Amos Phom, IOS Longleng.
In the technical session “the concept and definition of EC 2019” was imparted by Bausha, LDA, DESO office, Longleng while “Walk thru-App” was done by Hau-e Phom, DM CSC Longleng. The program concluded with discussion & FAQs.
Mokokchung:
Sponsored by the Ministry of Statistic and Programme Implementation GOI in collaboration with CSC e- Governance services India Ltd, a District Level Workshop Cum Training on 7th Economic Census 2019 was organized by the District Level Co-ordination Committee at Hotel Metsuben, Mokokchung on 4th June 2019.
Delivering a short speech, Addl. Deputy Commissioner, Mokokchung, W. Manpai Phom asked all the people involved in carrying out the Census not to do the work casually but to be sincere in finding the ground reality and the Data that is found during the survey should be accurate so as to help the planners for better planning and implementation.
Welcome speech was delivered by District manager CSC-SPV, Sosanglemba Longkumer, Power Point presentation on the 7th Economic Census was given by FI (DESO), Mokokchung Sunup Longkumer while vote of thanks was proposed by District Manager CSC-SPV, Sunep Longkumer. The programme was chaired by VLE CSC-SPV, Lipoksungkum. The programme was attended by Supervisors and enumerators from different blocs in the district.
Jalukie:
District Level workshop on Seventh Economic Census 2019 was held on June 4 at Tamzaipa Hotel, Jalukie Town with Project Manager, Common Service Centre, Lanusosang Jamir. He highlighted on capturing information, providing knowledge to Government and agencies about various aspects of economic activities happening in the country. This mode of action are done sector wise, geographical-area wise and types of economic units, and various patterns associated with economic activities will help the Government to formulate development planning and policy in the country.
Economic Census 2019 overview was highlighted by Vikeyielenuo, DESO Peren. Walk through- App was presented by Kangzang Chuilo Hau, Manager CSC Peren District.
The Workshop Programme was chaired by Ilungda Nren followed by welcome address to the participants. Vote of thanks was said by Dikugong Esalung VLET Tesen. (Page News Service)