Raipur, April 1, 2023: Chhattisgarh Government today started its ambitious social survey campaign throughout the state to draft a better strategy for effective implementation of its schemes.
They survey was started today after a survey team was shown green flag at the CM House by Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel.
The social survey would be conducted throughout the state from April 1 to April 31, 2023.
Through a mobile application, the survey would be conducted from door to door to collect primary data.
To avoid any duplication of names or left out, the survey team would mark on the wall of the house on oil paints and also they would photograph the head of the family to be included in the forms as well as in the register.
The purpose of the survey is to collect the data to understand the benefits of the previous governmental schemes and programmes and how they were proved beneficial to the people.
Also the survey will help formulate a better strategy for effective implementation of future plans and programmes for the welfare of the people, officials said.
Since the Census 2021 has not yet been started, the survey being carried out by the Chhattisgarh government will help in identifying the people, who had not been included in various schemes and they may be benefitted of the welfare schemes of the state government.
Besides numbering of the houses, all data will be filled both online and offline, including that of head of family, educational qualification, PM Awas yojana, farmer registration number, Aadhar number, list of people in the ration card, MGNREGS job card number, land holding position of the family, annual income of the family, irrigation facilities, vehicle and other materials owned, condition of the house-kachha or puccka, how many of the family got skill training, mobile number, information about Ujjwala gas connection, source of income, like government or private job, agriculture work, self-employed, labourer and unemployed would also be filled through the mobile application.
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