DATE :- 01-09-2018 TO 15-10-2018

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 How to Register as a voter ?
Registration of Name in Electoral Roll (Form-6)
Registration of Name in Voter List (For Overseas Voter) [Form-6A]
Deletion Of Name in Voter List (Form-7)
Change Details in Voter Roll (Form-8)
Change Voter Details in Voter Roll (Form-8A)
Proof Required : Photo ID Card, Address Proof (Passport Copy, Income Tax Returns Copy, Telephone Bill)

How to get Voter's photo Identity Card ?
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Possession of EPIC is not a guarantee of franchise. For being able to cast your vote, it is mandatory that you be registered in the Electoral roll. To check if your name is in the Electoral Roll, you may search on this website or call out Helpline number 1950 or send SMS epic < space > < your voter ID Number > to 8511199899.
SMS Message Number has been changed from 4th August 2014 to New Number 8511199899

In Electoral System and procedure it is essential to know the different meanings of the people, the citizen and the voters. All the people residing in the State can be called people. Out of these people the persons who are entitled for citizenship under related laws are the citizens of nation and out of these citizens who have right to cast their vote under the election laws are called the electors or voters.

            In a democratic system the voter is of greater importance. In 1950 our country has become republican and simultaneously we have accepted in our constitution the adult franchise. In the beginning we considered the citizens of an age of 21 years and above as the adults and gave franchise to them. Thereafter in 1988 the age of voter was reduced to 18 years from 21 years by 62nd constitutional amendment. In our constitution, we have made provision for adult's franchise. We have conducted 15 General Elections to Parliament beginning with the first election in 1952 on the basis of adult's franchise. The citizens, whose names are registered as electors in the electoral rolls have the right to vote and those can cast their vote in elections. Thus the right to vote can be exercised by a person only if his name is registered in the electoral roll. In view of this the electoral roll is an important document for the purpose of elections. It is important that such document is prepared with utmost care so that no body is abstained from his franchise and he can exercise it for the State administration.

Constitutional Provisions Pertaining to Electoral Rolls:

(1) As specified under Article 324(1) of the constitution the Election Commission of India shall superwise conduct and control the activities of preparation of electoral rolls for the elections to Parliament and State Assemblies
2) Under Article 325 of the constitution a provision is made to retain common electoral rolls for Parliamentary as well as State Assembly Constituencies.

            It is also provided in the said article that no body will be abstained from his right of voting on the ground of religion caste race, sex etc.

(3) Under article 326 provision is made for adult franchise for the purpose of Parliamentary as well as Assembly elections. Accordingly all the people who are citizens of India, have attained the age of 18 years on the qualified date, and have not been disqualified under any constitutional provisions can cast their vote in the Parliamentary / Assembly elections.
(4) Under Article 327 of the constitution the Parliament is empowered to make rule provisions under law in connection with the preparation of electoral rolls for Parliamentary as well as Assembly constituencies. By exercising the powers given under Article 327 the Parliament has passed the R.P. Act, 1950 and thereby detailed provisions are made relating to preparation of electoral rolls as well as to make amendments from time to time. The Government of India has framed the Electors Registration Rules, 1960 to work out procedure for preparation of electoral rolls. Thus the electoral rolls are prepared according to the constitutional provisions and rules framed under law relating to franchise

Qualification for Registration of Name in Electoral Roll
    All persons who are fulfilling the conditions mentioned below are eligible to be registered as electors.
(1) The person should be an Indian Citizen ( Section 16 of R.P. Act, 1950 ).

(2) The person should not be of unsound mind and stands so by a competent court (Section 16 ibid)

(3) He is not disqualified from voting under the provisions of any law relating to corrupt practices and other offences in connection with elections (Section 16 ibid).

(4) A person should not have been registered with his name in any other constituency. I.E. No person shall be entitled to be registered in the electoral roll in more than one constituencies (Section 17 ibid).

(5) A person should not have been registered with his name at an another address on the same constituency. I.E. No person shall be entitled to be registered in the electoral roll in any constituency more than once. ( Section 18 ibid).

(6) A person should be an adult I.E. he should have attained the age of 18 years on qualifying date ( Section 19 ibid ).

(7) A person should be ordinarily a resident in the Assembly constituency in which he intends his name to be registered in the electoral roll. (Section 19 ibid).

            Two important facts viz. the qualifying date and ordinarily resident are stated here in above qualifications relating to registration of one's name in the electoral roll.

Voter's Photo Identity Card (EPIC)
            A country's democracy may be healthy only when the Parliamentary and State Assembly elections are held in a free and fair manner. The elector should be free to cast his vote in favour of a candidate of his choice. Not only this but also it is the precondition for conduct of clean elections, that a real voter only may exercise his franchise and nobody make a bogus voting in name of other person. This issue from time to time has been discussed in the Parliament, since long and not only that, but in 1958, by passing the 61st amendment in the R.P. Act, 1951, a special provision was made to the effect that a provision shall be made by framing required rules to use Electors’ Photo Identity Cards for the identity of electors with a view to preventing bogus voting during elections.

            With a view to implementing this amendment of the R.P. Act, a provision was made under rule 28 of the Registration of Electors Rules, 1960 that the Election Commission is competent to issue elector's photo identity cards to the voters for their identity during the elections and to prevent bogus voting. Thus, inspite of the fact that the issue was under consideration for a long period in the country to prevent bogus voting and issue electors Photo Identity Cards to the voters for their identity and making the constitutional provision, it was not become possible to implement this programme. For the first time, the EPIC scheme was implemented in 1979 during the State Assembly Election in Sikkim State. Thereafter, in 1980 the scheme was state wise implemented in north east States including Assam and Meghalaya.

            Thereafter in 1993, the Election Commission decided to issue EPICs to the voters under a nation wide programme and for that a time bound programme was prepared for all States. Almost all the States implemented this programme and some of the States achieved success in a big way. Out of total electors about 52% were issued EPICs in the country up to December 1996. However, seven to eight States have completed the work of issuing EPIC to the electors to the extent beyond 70%. Out of these, 7-8 States in Haryana State about 88% Electors have been issued the EPICs. Due to this the Election Commission issued order during the General Election to parliament, 1969 and the simultaneous Hariyana State assembly elections for producing EPICs by the electors for exercising their right to vote at the polling stations when they come to vote. In case, anybody fails to present the EPIC, he will not be issued the ballot paper and he will not be able to exercise his franchise under conduct of elections Rules, 1961. In Haryana state the Election Commission got good experience and the voters came with their EPICs for voting. Though this was the first instance for using the EPICs at the time of polling, the Election Commission as a special measure permitted the electors to cast their votes,  after checking their identity on the basis of documents like, ration card, driving license, electricity bill, passport, the identity cards issued by State or Central Government, Kisan Pothi etc. 

            The electoral rolls are now computerised and the data of electors is available with us in computers. In the circumstances the Election Commission will be able to carry out the work of issuing EPICs to the electors in a more successfull way. In Gujarat State, about 89% electors were issued EPICs, when General Elections to State Legislative Assembly, 2007 were held BLOG IS DAILY UPDATE ABOUT ALL GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE JOB , LATEST TECHNOLOGY TIPS, INSURANCE, LOANS , LATEST MOBILE TIPS AND ALL COMPETITIVE EXAM MOST IMP TOP AND BEST FREE STUDY MATERIAL GK, MODEL PAPER, EXAM OLD PAPER, MODEL PAPER IN MP3 AND MOST IMP GK MP3, EXAM MATERIALS... LIKE TET,TAT,HTAT, POLICE CONSTABLE BHARTI, GSSSB CLERK, TALATI, AND OTHER EXAMS. SO MUST VISIT BLOG EVERYDAY FOR LATEST UPDATES AND GENEREL INFORMATION

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