Get data of Combined Household Houselist information under Annual Health Survey. It contains data of all 3 rounds of AHS Survey i.e Baseline, First Updation Round and Second Updation Round. The survey is conducted in all EAG States namely Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand & Uttar Pradesh and Assam. During the Base line Survey in 2010-11, a total of 20.1 million population and 4.14 million households and during the first updation survey in 2011-12, 20.61 million population and 4.28 million households have actually been covered.
The female head of household for census purposes is a person who is recognised as such by the household. She is generally the person who bears the chief responsibility for managing the affairs of the household and takes decision on behalf of the household. The head of household need not necessarily be the oldest male member or an earning member, but may be a female or a younger member of either sex.
The data refers to details on the number of approved and unclassified accommodation and rooms as on 31st December 2010.
The catalog contains data of All India and state-wise details on number of rooms and number of hotels in different category of hotels (One Star, Two Star, Three Star, Four Star, Five Star and Others) in India.
Out of the total deliveries conducted in the facilities, the numbers of women discharged within 48 hours of delivery during the reporting month are reported. It is important that a woman should stay in the Sub-Centre, Community Health Centre, Primary Health Centre, District Hospital, Sub-divisional Hospital for at least 48 hours after delivery. Data Source for this data element is Labour Room Register and the reporting is applicable to all health facilities.
Number of still birth recorded from Pregnancy Register/Labour Room Register at Sub-Centre, Community Health Centre, Primary Health Centre, District Hospital, Sub-divisional Hospital during the reporting month. Complete expulsion or extraction of baby from its mother where the foetus does not breathe or show any evidence of life, such as beating of the heart or a cry or movement of the limbs. In case the foetus dies in the uterus after 20 week or during labour/delivery, it will be reported under still birth.
Total of newborns (live births) weighted within 24 Hrs of birth during reporting month at Sub-Centre, Community Health Centre, Primary Health Centre, District Hospital, Sub-divisional Hospital are reported. Data Source for this data element is Pregnancy Register/ Labour Room Register.