Tool request form
Thank you for volunteering to beta test the Kuppuswamy scale offline spreadsheet tool.
It is assumed that you have gone through the online tool available at before placing this request.
Please fill the following request form, to receive the tool.
Email address *
Name (in full) *
Your answer
Comments about the online interactive tool ( *
(please write good/ok if no problem)
Your answer
Any problem faced in accessing through mobile phone *
(please write good/ok if no problem, NA if never accessed through mobile)
Your answer
Overall, the online interactive real-time update tool is a useful tool *
What is the first and most important thing that needs to be changed about the online tool? *
(please write good/ok if no change needed)
Your answer
Are you comfortable with the suggested way of citing the tool for the real-time update? Any comments. *
The website ( mentions the suggested citation of the tool is dual - to a baseline journal article (that gave the formula for real-time updating) and the website resource.
Your answer
In the offline tool (that you are requesting) what should be the allowed method of data entry of Education and Occupation? *
How important is the addition of these features to the online and/or offline tool? *
Not at all
Short description of Occupation categories
Short description of Education categories
Explanation of CPI-IW
Giving latest CPI-IW directly rather than the link
Comparing & showing this tool's performance vis-à-vis scale updates in journal articles
Having a Facebook page for queries
Having a user forum for queries
Having online Google spreadsheet instead of offline tool (note that your raw data would then need to be entered online)
Any other suggestions for improving the tool?
(this question is optional)
Your answer
Any other topic/area where you feel an online tool or resource is required.
(this question is optional)
Your answer
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