Suggestions received to ensure credibility, quality of national census


Rupandehi, Jan. 25: The stakeholders from Province No. 5 have suggested that methodologies and procedures should be employed effectively for credible and quality of the national census to be held in 2021.
At a province-level interaction programme organised by Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) and Statistics Office, Kapilbastu on Thursday as a part of the preparation of National Census 2021, the speakers asked to map the issues of poverty, unemployment and human development as well.
On the occasion, Internal Affairs Minister of Province No. 5 Kul Prasad KC and chief secretary of office of the chief minister Tirtharaj Dhakal expressed their voices for quality of the census.
Likewise, vice-chair of planning commission of province no. 5 Prakash Shrestha, Deputy Director General of CBS Hemraj Regmi and others said that support of all sides is expected to make the data on socio-economic status of the people reliable through the census.
On the occasion, the stakeholders have offered suggestions for more precautions to carry out the census assignment as the country is preparing for the first national census in the federal set up.
Director at the CBS Dhundiraj Lamichhane shared that around 40,000 officials would be moblised across the country to conduct the census. RSS

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