The National Socio-Economic Registry (NSER)

The National Socio-Economic Registry (NSER) is a database used to collect and maintain information about households and individuals living in poverty or vulnerable conditions. The primary purpose of NSER is to help government target and deliver social assistance and welfare programs more efficiently and effectively.

The NSER gathers detailed socio-economic data through surveys or other data collection methods. This information include household income, assets, education level, employment status, health conditions, and other relevant indicators that determine eligibility for various social support programs.

By having an up-to-date and accurate NSER, government can better identify those who are most in need of assistance and ensure that resources are directed to those who require it the most. This, in turn, can help alleviate poverty, reduce inequality, and improve the overall well-being of the population.

Register in NSER

Follow these steps to register for BISP Program.

  • First of all, Go to the Benazir income support program.
  • They will give you a form.
  • You need to fill out this form and submit it to their office.
  • If you are a woman and your husband is dead.
  • Go to NADRA and submit the death certificate.
  • After it go to the BISP office and apply for BISP Program.
  • Please note that provide your original details of documents and your Contact number which is registered on your own CNIC.

You can obtain the NSER survey form at any of the Ehsaas program registration desks. To complete the form successfully, you’ll be required to provide information about your monthly income and furnish the valid CNIC (Computerized National Identity Card) numbers of all family members. These details are essential for the proper processing of your application for the Ehsaas program.

NSER Survey Update

The NSER Team will collect the following data:

  1. Name of Candidate
  2. CNIC (National Identity Card) Number
  3. Official Phone Number
  4. Mobile Number
  5. Monthly Income
  6. Income Source
  7. Location
  8. Poverty Score
  9. Marital Status
  10. Number of Children

You have the option to update your National Database and Registration Authority Data if you believe your poverty score has changed since your last submission or for any other relevant reasons.

Nadra and NSER

An agreement was signed between BISP (Benazir Income Support Programme) and NADRA (National Database and Registration Authority) to conduct data validation of National Database and Registration Authority using the NADRA database. The validation process involves matching specific fields with the corresponding records in the National Citizens’ Database maintained by NADRA. This matching is facilitated through a customized software application. The service was deployed in January 2020 and has been functioning smoothly ever since.

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