Telangana Samgra Kutumba Survey Official Web Site. T State Intensive Household Survey Wep Portal. Telangna State IHSS Data Base Web Site. Telangana Comprehensive Household Survey Web Site. Telangana State Govt. Socio-economic Household Survey Web Site.
The main objective of Intensive Household survey 2014 is to extend government schemes to the poor and needy people of Telangana who are in need of such schemes. Apart from extending support to the poor and needy people, the survey is also aimed at the making Bangaru Telangana.
The process should be completed in just one day to remove scope for malpractices. Statistics hold the key for successful implementation of Government welfare schemes and policies. This is just a socio-economic survey of population of Telangana so that administration could take steps for effective implementation of government schemes in the next five years. In this subject Telangana State government officials have created a new website for Telangana Samgra Kutumba Survey. This website is now running. Users can access the information about Comprehensive Household Survey from this website. TS government officials have provided survey forms, manuals, survey code in Telugu and English and more information on their its portal.
The survey is meant only to create a proper and a brand new database of all household in Telangana state so that misuse and irregularities in the welfare schemes are checked and spurious beneficiaries can be removed from enjoying the benefits of welfare schemes. The comprehensive data from the survey would help the government in drafting its policies and schemes and to ensure that the benefits reach the targeted sections. This socio economic survey is to access the social and economical status of people.
In this survey the four lakh government employee in Telangana, including police in civil dress, will visit each household in the state to collect the details of T People. Based on the data furnished by the individuals, the government will access the income and economic status of household based on assets and identifies the beneficiaries for housing, white ration cards, pensions, fee reimbursement etc. It is also said that who furnish false information are liable for prosecution.
The Telagna Rashtra Prabhutva Samagra Kutumba Survey(TSKS) is to access the situation of the societies and to provide various facilities to the people accordingly. This survey has nothing to do with nativity or FAST scheme. The Government is seriously mulling over abandoning pink ration cards system completely. The previous government issued pink ration cards were just acting as an identity card. Now that Aadhar card was in place, government was thinking to give away with pink cards system on the whole.
The people should prepare following documents are required for the survey.
LPG connections details,
Bank Account Details,
Aadhar Card/Ration Card,
PH Certificate,(If applicable)
Electricity Bill ,
Vehicle Registration Details. etc.,
The government of Telangana said that natives of Telangana who are residing in other State and abroad need not be physically present during household survey. If would be sufficient if their family members produce related documents as proof to include such persons names in the list.
In this part the training programmes were conducting to ensure that each officer knew his role for the effective implementation of ‘Samagra Kutumba Survey’ to be held on August 19. The officials appealed to people of Telangana to participate in the survey on August 19th to be benefited for the new schemes of the Telangana State government. TRS party leaders said that there was no hidden agenda behind the Intensive Household Survey being conducted by T State government from August 19 across the state.
The timings for the survey in rural areas have been fixed between 8 am to 8 pm and for urban areas from 7 am to 7 pm. However, the time will be extended to cover all the households. In case citizens face an emergency, thy can contanct the enumerator and reqquest for an early inspection. Each household will take a minimum of 15 minutes to survey.
After the survey all the sheets, filled or unfilled will be handed over to the special village officers by end of the day. The government will scan all the survey forms and store them in computer database as images, in JPEG format to avoid manipulating data.