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someone who collects census data by visiting individual homes

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The enumerators were tasked with visiting 100 houses for collecting the data of the children not going to schools.
When the doorbell rings in some sections of Naperville beginning Friday, an enumerator with a green ID badge could be at the door, waiting to learn about occupants for a special census.
The census enumerators were also not trained and sensitised on the language issue,' he claimed.
First two day's training session for enumerators on MIRA was jointly organised in District Muzaffargarh by NDMA, UNOCHA with the support of PDMA Punjab and District Administration Muzaffargarh, the last day.
These local committees were responsible for planning enumeration, publicizing the census, numbering houses, rallying support, and--often--accompanying enumerators on household interviews to serve as interpreters and enforcers.
The concern that while respondent may be penalized for providing the inaccurate information, there is no such penalty for enumerators if they temper with the provided information.
Enumerators will continue to collect forms until May 23 and once all of the data has been captured and checked it will be analysed and published early next year.
Census enumerators wearing ID cards bearing the signature of national statistician Lisa Grace S.
A REMOTE SERVER WILLAUTOMATICALLY BE UPDATED WHENEVER ENUMERATORS RECORD AN INPUT ON THEIR TABLETS.
During the official launch this week, it was explained that the enumerators will be trained from next week in Otjiwarongo and Ondangwa respectively.
The decision was taken in view of the large scale complaints from the people, specially in Hyderabad that enumerators did not turn up at their houses for taking the details.
The enumerators have made pre-survey visits to the households in the run up to the survey.
As a human-interest story, the narrative touches on the lives of the actors, including the field enumerators and the families and households under study.
A team of local enumerators were divided into teams and assigned to the locations identified during the formative research and mapping on a weekend night which were identified as the most active nights.
Data collection for the survey took 5 days, preceded by the training of field enumerators.