NPR GUIDE : NATIONAL POPULATION REGISTER 2020
NPR is data of Demographic Particulars of all the citizens of the country.
NPR was first done in 2010 and was later updated in 2015 when it was linked with the Aadhar. But since the announcement of the NPR update has come in the middle of a raging controversy on the National Register of Citizens (NRC), there is widespread confusion between the two. Many have also confused the National Population Register with Census, which is also due.
WHAT IS NATIONAL POPULATION REGISTER ( NPR ) ?
The NPR is a register of the usual residents of the country. It contains information collected at the local (village/sub-town), subdistrict, district, state and national level under provisions of the Citizenship Act, 1955 and the Citizenship (Registration of Citizens and Issue of National Identity Cards) Rules, 2003.
WHAT INFORMATION WILL BE COLLECTED UNDER NATIONAL POPULATION REGISTER ( NPR ) :
The objective of the NPR is to create a comprehensive identity database of every usual resident in the country. The database would contain demographic particulars such as :
Relationship to head of household
Spouse's name (if married)
Date of birth
Place of birth
Nationality (as declared)
Present address of usual residence
Duration of stay at present address
Permanent residential address
HOW IS NPR DIFFERENT THAN NRC ?
National Population Register is a database of people living in India, citizens or not, but National Register of Citizens is a database of Indian citizens. The NRC process demands proof of citizenship from the respondents. Those who found in want of the proof may face deportation or detention in long run. But in NPR, there is no need to provide any document.
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