HYDERABAD: The main objective of Intensive Household Survey-2014 (Samagrah Kutumba Survey) in Greater Hyderabad limits 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 making the state a “Bangaru Telangana,” GHMC Commissioner Somesh Kumar said.
For effective implementation of the survey, a training programme for about 2,200 nodal officers and cluster in-charge officers was conducted on Friday. Somesh Kumar appealed to citizens of Greater Hyderabad to participate in the survey on August 19 without fail and avail themselves of benefits of new schemes which are going to be introduced by the state government. Both the district Collectors of Hyderabad and Rangareddy are planning to declare a government holiday on August 19 so that all the citizens can stay in their respective residents and furnish information to the enumerators.
A nodal officer will be deployed for each ward, while the bigger wards will have two officers each. For 10 enumerators there will be one supervisor. The Commissioner said enumerator must visit the households.