19. Whether place of enumeration different from last usual residence:
 1 Yes
 2 No [skip to Section 5]
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
220.127.116.11 Block 4.1 : demographic and current activity particulars during the week :
This block is meant for recording the demographic and the current activity status particulars of all the normal members of the household. Besides that, the information as to whether the household members are to be considered migrants according to certain laid down criterion will also be collected in this block.
18.104.22.168 Column (19): whether place of enumeration different from last usual residence:
"For obtaining the appropriate response to this question for each member of the household listed in this block, it has to be ascertained from them whether his/her place of enumeration is different from his last (previous) usual residence, if any, the usual residence for the purpose of this survey being defined as a place (village or town) where the person has stayed continuously for a period of six months or more. If the answer is in affirmative, code 1 and if it is in the negative, code 2 will be recorded in column (19). The place of enumeration will obviously be his/her current place of stay (destination) and the place (village or town) where the persons stayed continuously for a period of six months or more prior to moving into the current place of stay (i.e. place of enumeration will be considered the 'place of last usual residence' (origin). However, daughter-in-law, staying for a period (which sometimes may extend to more than six months) in their parents' house for child birth or for any other reason will not be considered a migratory movement and therefore, will not be considered for recording entries in the column. But movement for undergoing studies or under transfer will be considered as migratory movements. The following points may be noted in this context:
i) For persons who have only moved from one locality to another within the same town/village, in their life time up to the time of enumeration, the place of enumeration and place of last usual residence will be the same.
ii) Stay in a different town or village for less than six months will be ignored. In this context the following examples may be considered. Suppose a person was born in the village A and stayed there for 15 yrs. On getting married the person had accompanied her spouse to village B stayed there for 8 months and then moved to village C, staying there only for 5 months. From village C they moved to village D where they had been enumerated. For this person the last usual residence would be village B.
This variable indicates whether the person's place of enumeration was different from his or her last usual residence.