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NSSONational Sample Survey Organisation (India)
NSSONational Security Space Office
NSSONational Social Security Office (Belgium)
NSSOName Service Search Option
NSSONon-Statutory Stock Option (taxes)
NSSONational Serro Scotty Organization (est. 2005)
NSSONon-Sexual Significant Other
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The research was carried out by the Indian Institute of Public Health and is based on the data collected from the registry institutions and the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO), a statement released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said.
The fire-fighting attempt by the duo followed reports that the government withheld the National Sample Survey Organisation's (NSSO) first 'Annual Survey on Employment and Unemployment' for the year 2017-18, an issue on which two external members -- acting chairman P C Mohanan and J V Meenakshi -- resigned.
The prices are collected by the government from selected towns by the Field Operations Division of National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) and from selected villages by the Department of Posts.
"We have the finest artists and carpenters in Rajasthan; but I am not sure those were even counted in our 'skilled population' census by the National Sample Survey Organisation or NSSO," he said.
(4.) National Sample Survey Organisation, 66th Survey Round, Kolkata, 2013.
Bhuwan Ribhu, an activist with the Bhachpan Bachao Andolan, or Save the Childhood Movement, said that as per 2010 National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) figures, there are close to 4.9 million child labourers in the country.
Mrutyunjay added, "It (survey) covered 80 of the 88 regions as classified by the National Sample Survey Organisation under the Ministry of Statistics and Program Implementation.
(8.) National Sample Survey Organisation. A report on disabled persons.
The National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) has found that 85.9% of rural households and 82% of urban households have no access to healthcare insurance/assurance.
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