Under this “Census Charter” programme, students were encouraged to sign up for the Census Charter on a voluntary basis. Once having signed up, they pledged to support the Census by acquiring more knowledge of the Census, by assisting in publicising the Census to their family members, relatives, peers and friends, and by providing accurate information in the Census.
|•||To enable students to understand the importance of the Census to social and economic developments by acquiring more knowledge of the Census.|
|•||To let students be aware of their civic responsibilities in relation to the Census.|
|•||To enable students to gain other learning experience opportunities by engaging in the pledged activities after signing up for the Census Charter.|
|•||Step 1: Acquire more information of the Census by browsing materials on this
website. Some basic information include:
|•||Step 2: Complete the Census Charter document
|•||Step 3: After signing up, students will receive a specially designed 2011 Population Census colored folder as souvenir via their schools!
|•||Step 1: Class teachers may collect signatures of students who have
signed up for the Charter using a designated template; and distribute the souvenirs to these students
|•||Step 2: Schools may report the Census Charter sign-up rate (as a
percentage of number of students who have signed up for the Charter to
the school enrolment) to the Census and Statistics Department using a designated reply slip before 30 June 2011.