Government surveyors will visit all homes to build database via Aadhaar numbers | Gurgaon News - Times of India
The Haryana government has planned a state-wide survey to create an online repository of socio-economic data of residents of all households. The purpose, according to government officials, is to ensure welfare schemes reach beneficiaries.
The district administrations will be in charge of appointing field surveyors to conduct the Jan Kalyan Suraksha Survey (JKSS) and have been given access to an app to record data after validation.
The Gurgaon administration will conduct the survey in 3,66,896 households in the district. All 18,34,480 residents will be covered under JKSS.
The survey initially included biometrics of residents and was to be launched from Monday. However, biometrics has now been removed and a revised app was issued to district authorities on Tuesday.