Development | VOL. 12, ISSUE 74, September-October 2012

Census of India – A Critique

Modern Census-taking in India started in 1872, has an unbroken record of population count every ten years, and the 2011 Census is the fifteenth in the series. Indian Census has been providing very important and useful information on various demographic, social and economic aspects of the Indian society along with its living conditions and is marked by several milestones since its inception. The 1961 Census introduced a houselist schedule; it changed the concept of ‘economic activity’ from ‘income’ to ‘work’...

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