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.
A running serial number will be given to each of the plots in the specified order mentioned above. For all the plots which are found in second visit but not included in first visit, serial numbers will be listed after the plots reported in visit 1 and given after the last serial number of the plots of first visit irrespective of their 'kind of possession'. However, all such additional plots will be arranged among themselves in the prescribed order. In no case, a serial number assigned to a plot in first visit will be altered in second visit. Three serial numbers 97, 98 and 99 have already been printed in last three rows of the block. Serial numbers 97 and 98 are meant for homestead land. The part of homestead land which has been operated in the agricultural year 2002-03 will be reported against '97' and the remaining land, against '98'. The row with serial number '99' will give the column totals for the relevant columns. If in visit 2, it is found that a plot was missed in visit 1 for one reason or the other, necessary corrections may be intimated to DP Centre for modifying visit 1 schedule. However, in such cases, 'sl. no.' to be assigned to such plot will be the next to the highest serial number given during visit 1.