Civil registration systems are established by law to meet the specific needs of Governments and individuals subject to the jurisdiction of the civil registration law. Registration involves recording contents of a document with a registering officer and the preservation of copies of the original text. The paper goes through registration for the conservation of evidence, assurance of title, publicity of materials, and prevention of fraud. Vital records are the recorded events as part of a civil registration system. These include life events like births, deaths, marriages, divorces, adoptions, and other related occurrences, which act as a critical source of vital statistics.
An active Civil Registration System would enable collective, timely, and accurate registration of records. Our Civil Registration System supports the continuous, permanent, compulsory, and universal recording of the occurrence and characteristics of significant life events of the country’s citizens, per its legal requirements.
Source of information includes Civil Registration system, Population Data, Sample Surveys & Administrative Records. Our centralized system streamlines and rationalizes the administrative infrastructure of Governments so that they can enhance the services they give to their citizens.