Expected Community Participation
The registration of birth/death event is obligatory as per Registration of Births and deaths Act, 1969. Every parent is supposed to register the event of birth of their child, similarly every death event is supposed to be registered by the relative of deceased. After registration it is useful to take the certificate of birth or death for various purposes.
Birth Certificate is useful for
- Evidence of birthplace and date.
- For obtaining passport/visa, driving license etc.
- For admission in school.
- Establishing the heritage.
- Evidence of place and date of death.
- For obtaining family pension and insurance claim.
Birth, Death and Infant Death Efficiency
|Year||Estimated Population||SRS Birth Rate||Estimated Birth||Registered Birth||Efficiency %||SRS Death Rate|
Vital Statistics as per (SRS)
- Improvement in CBR from 26.2 in the year 1991 to 19.1 in 2004.
- Improvement in CDR from 8.2 in the year 1991 to 6.2 in 2004.
- Improvement in IMR from 60 in the year 1991 to 36 in 2004.
- CBR is less by 2.0 for urban area than rural.
- CDR is less by 1.4 for urban area than rural.
- There is vast difference in rural & urban areas for IMR. IMR for rural area is 42 & for urban area is 27.
Total Fertility Rate
As per SRS data, TFR of state is showing slow decline over a period of 10 years. It was 3 during 1991 & reduced to 2.5 in the year 2000.