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Tirupur: Collector C. Samayamoorthy has called upon the census enumerators to deliver their tasks with pride and high levels of sincerity since the opportunity to be part of the census process comes very rare.
He was addressing the officials designated to carry out the census, which was billed as the largest census ever attempted in the history of mankind, at the Collectorate on Tuesday.
Mr. Samayamoorthy explained to the enumerators that the since the details were voluntarily disclosed by the public, any such information appearing on the census data bank could not be used by them as evidence on latter stage. “Hence, the enumerators need not have to waste time rechecking the authenticity of documents like community certificates produced by public,” he added.
The Collector said that signatures of the persons whose details were entered should be obtained only in the case of forms meant for National Population Register (NPR) and not in the case of forms meant for house listing and house census.
The NPR would have the data of every person enumerated during the census irrespective of the age.
District Revenue Officer K. V. Muralitharan and Corporation Commissioner R. Jayalakshmi were present.
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