Tuesday, July 5, 2022

DC Dimapur launches online registration of births & deaths

Staff Reporter

An online registration portal of births and deaths (Dimapur Sadar) was launched by deputy commissioner (DC), Rajesh Soundararajan, in the conference hall of the DC, here on Tuesday.
In a short speech, Soundararajan congratulated the department and stressed on the importance of statistics and data analysis as it was evidence to any related development.
The DC, who is also the district chief registrar of births and deaths, pointed out that right statistics was vital in order to see the basic minimum be it in any sector.
Soundararajan suggested for awareness and maintaining of uniformity in the system so that it did not create any inconveniences.
He hoped that with launching of the portal, processing time would be cut down and there would be easy access while providing convenience to the public.
Further, the DC urged upon the hospital authorities of the chief medical officer (CMO) office to coordinate with the district economic and statistics officer (DESO) Dimapur for proper and authenticate registration.
Meanwhile, directorate of Economics & Statistics, Kohima, additional director, Neisatuo Puro said the online registration of births and deaths, uniform software for the country developed by office of the registrar General of India (ORGI), would provide ease of access to the public in obtaining birth/death certificates.
While chairing the programme, joint director and DESO Dimapur, R. Akang also informed that the information with regard to all births, deaths and still births within the jurisdiction of each registration units has to be given in the prescribed form to the birth and death department within 21 days from the date of a birth or still birth.
She asked public to visit crsorgi.gov.in, click to civil registration system CRS portal and click general public sign up to generate user ID for logging into the system.
Once verified and confirmed, the certificate can be collected from the registrar or a request can be sent through mail/post.
The prescribed forms for the purpose are available with the health officer of the birth and death department free of cost.


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