This policy was started in 1966, under this policy Indian government
made an act, which was passed by the Uttar Pradesh government
in 1977. Under this act the registration of birth-death, in gram
panchayat officer at rural level and district health officer/district
officer, primary at district area level are registered. Registrar
has separate birth and death registers. At present there are 73,917
registration units in rural area and 753 in urban.
Primary registrar sends the information to main registrar and
district registrar. According to this act the district registrar
informs to main registrar for the supply of birth-death registrars
and other officers. This year the printing work of forms has been
done by state treasury aishbagh,lucknow, which are distributes
by main registrar.
Every Thursday the meetings are performing for farmer help centres
in the villages, in which the basic health worker(male/female)
and panchayat officer decides the reporting & recording of
birth-death events and issues the suggestions
Orders has been issued for the knowledge of the importance of
birth-death registration to the public by the add through communication
mediums. This includes the use of other mediums like rashan card,
electric bill, painting on buses etc.
The proceeding is going on in the private
nursing home, medical colleges etc. for compulsory recording &
reporting for birth-death registration.
Birth rate and Death rate in Uttar Pradesh