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VISAKHAPATNAM: The second phase of Census for population enumeration will begin from February 9 and will conclude on February 28. Revision round will be from March 1 to 5. The exercise will conclude with the enumeration of new-born children and homeless on the midnight of February 28.
A total of 2,991 enumeration blocks will be covered by 2,812 enumerators for whom three training classes have been organised by 45 master trainers. The work will be overseen by 460 supervisors. To make up for any shortfall, 279 enumerators and 46 supervisors are kept in the reserve.
The enumeration was the second phase of Census 2011 and the people living in the 5,07,705 houses identified in the household survey in the first phase from April 26 to June 10, 2010, creating National Population Register would be enumerated now, Municipal Commissioner and Principal Census Officer V.N. Vishnu told reporters here on Monday.
The required material and identity cards have already been issued to the personnel involved. The assistance of the Visakhapatnam Port Trust would be taken for people working on various vessels. Answering questions, Mr. Vishnu said as far as possible those working in high schools were appointed as supervisors in view of the SSC examinations approaching. An amount of Rs.1.33 crores had been received towards honorarium for the personnel involved. The Commissioner said the household exercise in the city was complimented for purity of data by the State Census Director.
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