Invitation of comments on Guidelines for Data Dissemination

Invitation of comments on Guidelines for Data Dissemination
Last Date Jun 03,2017 00:00 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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In accordance with the “National Data Sharing and Accessibility Policy (NDSAP), 2012” formulated by Ministry of Science & Technology, Ministry of Statistics & Programme ...

In accordance with the “National Data Sharing and Accessibility Policy (NDSAP), 2012” formulated by Ministry of Science & Technology, Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation (MoSPI) has laid down Guidelines for Data Dissemination to define sharable and non-sharable data generated by the MoSPI, to specify the terms and conditions for its dissemination and pricing. The objective of these guidelines is to make available national statistics to the widest possible community, and where appropriate, with a choice of format, helping users to get what they want simply and quickly. These guidelines apply to all data compiled by MoSPI and the data derived from the statistics received from various Ministries/Departments by MoSPI.

The draft Guidelines for Data Dissemination of MoSPI is being placed in the public domain on the website of this Ministry. Comments from public and stakeholders are invited on these Guidelines.

Click here to read the Draft Guidelines for Data Dissemination of MoSPI

Last date of submission is 2nd June, 2017

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Rajan Vaswani 2 years 3 months ago

Data at the aggregate level also reveals key analysis. The actor who applies for the data, must be the user of the data itself. When it says foreign, there has to be some caution against providing information even at aggregate level based on who is asking. Like plotting population over a map with no change in the area over a period of 30 years indicates something which may be a revelation in itself.