Wednesday, 29 Mar 2023
Supreme Committee of eCensus 2020 reviews its progress

Supreme Committee of eCensus 2020 critiques its progress

Muscat – 

The Supreme Committee for the Electronic Census for Population, Housing and Establishments 2020 held its periodical meeting on Monday below the chair of H H Sayyid Haitham bin Tariq al Said, Minister of Heritage and Culture, and chairman of the committee. During the meeting, the committee reviewed a wide array of subjects connected to the project’s progress, methodology, significant milestones and functioning teams’ achievements. Furthermore, because the eCensus 2020 is register-primarily based, the committee discussed the information preparedness of all parties involved in the project.

The committee members had been also briefed on the integration status among the registers of the project’s relevant institutions, progress created in developing an integrated details program and the principal attributes of the advertising communication campaign.

The committee expressed its satisfaction relating to the efforts created by different units to confirm the collected information and so far accomplished integration level among registers.

Dr Khalifa bin Abdullah al Barwani, chief executive officer of the National Centre for Statistics and Information, pointed out that the general completion level of the eCensus 2020 has reached 39 per cent.

Eng Omar bin Hamdan al Ismaili, director common of eCensus 2020 explained that eCensus’s ultimate objective is to offer immediate information and statistical indicators to serve the improvement plans in the nation, which could be accomplished by establishing an integrated details program primarily based on registers of different institutions.

He added that the eCensus 2020 teams are presently functioning with the concerned parties on enhancing the high quality and integration of information. The cooperation of all connected parties and teams has contributed to the progress of this project.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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