Surveys and censuses, Other Management

Surveys and Censuses 

There are also organisations which have been set up specifically to gather statistical information through censuses and surveys. This may be considered an auxiliary research activity. One of the most important examples in India is the Office of the Registrar General which was established to conduct decennial censuses to collect population data which form the basic information about the demographic characteristics of the country.  

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