Data collection on Household Survey as on 30th Sept. 2005.
To improve the
quality and effectiveness of Educational Planning and Management by
collecting various data at a time in the prescribed formats, maintenance
of the following Database is absolutely necessary for MIS at State and
(a) Child Database
(b) School Database.
(c) General Database:
Village profile, School Mapping & other required Information.
On the 5th
a meeting of State Co-ordinators of REMS and MIS with District Co-ordinators
of the same Intervention was held at DE(S) Office, Lamphelpat, Imphal in
connection with the Household Survey and DISE Data collection.
Questionnaire/ Household Survey Format
The Format has some modifications
from the model format:1 collection of household information ( Module-9:
Micro-Planning NIEPA-New Delhi) after a thorough discussion on the
contents of the format and the requirements of information in the context
of the state.
formats has been done at the districts. The number of copies printed was
based on the electoral roll 2005 as per the census report 2001 with 10%
workshop for the district functionaries was held on 22nd August,
2005 to give a final shape to the arrangement of the survey and thereafter
the training of district functionaries was conducted by the District Co-ordinators
in collaboration with the state officials in the respective districts, in
the last week of August, 2005 and distribution of the Household Format was
done on the day of the training.
The officers mentioned
below were assigned the work of liaison for different districts for
successful conduction of Household Survey.
1. T. Binodini
Devi S.C. ( Plg/ MIS ) Thoubal & Imphal East.
2. L Thoiba Singh
S.C ( EGS / AIE) Bishnupur
3. N. Jit Singh S.C
( Com. Mob. ) Chandel
4. T. Guno Singh
S.C ( IED )
5. N. Subon Singh
S.C ( Quality Improvement ) Tamenlong
6. L. Ibomcha
Singh S.C (ECCE )
7. L. Sagor Singh A
S.C ( EGS/AIE ) Churachandpur
8. Dr. T.
Geetchandra Sharma S.C (REMS )
A review meeting was also held on 14 Nov. 2005 in connection with the
progress of the Survey. As per report from the Districts, conduct of
Household Survey for child-wise information was completed in the month of
January to March, 2006. The Executive committee of SSA SMA Manipur
sanctioned Rs.2,09,553 for 4,19,106 household survey at the rate of
Re.0.50 per household. However, scrutiny, compilation etc. could not be
done due to lack of manpower.