Thousands of government employees receive training for conducting census

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Over 450,000 civil servants and government employees are receiving phase-wise training for the sixth census of Pakistan kicking off from March 15.

According to Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS), the census will be carried out in three phases and will be completed by May 25. Each teams conducting the census will comprise a civil servant and military personnel with their security ensured by civil and military intelligence.

PBS has submitted a recommendation to the government regarding the filling of the computerised form with ball point instead of lead pencil.

Each government employee taking part in the census will receive a stipend of Rs35,000, with assistant commissioners and chief secretaries receiving an extra month’s salary.

The census will expectedly cost Rs17 billion and for the first time will take into account Bedouin and transgender communities.

Over 450,000 civil servants and government employees are receiving phase-wise training for the sixth census of Pakistan kicking off from March 15.

According to Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS), the census will be carried out in three phases and will be completed by May 25. Each teams conducting the census will comprise a civil servant and military personnel with their security ensured by civil and military intelligence.

PBS has submitted a recommendation to the government regarding the filling of the computerised form with ball point instead of lead pencil.

Each government employee taking part in the census will receive a stipend of Rs35,000, with assistant commissioners and chief secretaries receiving an extra month’s salary.

The census will expectedly cost Rs17 billion and for the first time will take into account Bedouin and transgender communities.

Over 450,000 civil servants and government employees are receiving phase-wise training for the sixth census of Pakistan kicking off from March 15.

According to Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS), the census will be carried out in three phases and will be completed by May 25. Each teams conducting the census will comprise a civil servant and military personnel with their security ensured by civil and military intelligence.

PBS has submitted a recommendation to the government regarding the filling of the computerised form with ball point instead of lead pencil.

Each government employee taking part in the census will receive a stipend of Rs35,000, with assistant commissioners and chief secretaries receiving an extra month’s salary.

The census will expectedly cost Rs17 billion and for the first time will take into account Bedouin and transgender communities.

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