_ap_ufes{"success":true,"siteUrl":"voteridcard.org.in","urls":{"Home":"http://voteridcard.org.in","Category":"http://voteridcard.org.in/category/aap","Archive":"http://voteridcard.org.in/date/2016/08","Post":"http://voteridcard.org.in/6964/change-of-address-in-voter-id-card-change-hostel","Page":"http://voteridcard.org.in/voteridcard-query-confirmation","Attachment":"http://voteridcard.org.in/6964/change-of-address-in-voter-id-card-change-hostel/change-of-address-to-hostel-step-5","Nav_menu_item":"http://voteridcard.org.in/6598/home","Wpcf7_contact_form":"http://voteridcard.org.in/?post_type=wpcf7_contact_form&p=5649","Insertpostads":"http://voteridcard.org.in/insertpostads/after-post-title"}}_ap_ufee

CEO Rajasthan – Complete Guide and Helpdesk

CEO Rajasthan is part of Rajasthan, literally meaning ‘Abode of Kings’, is the largest Indian state by area. This state has a history of over 5000 years old. It is perhaps the most tribally diverse, architecturally majestic and regal of all the states of India. This land, divided into 33 districts and with a population of more than 7.3 million, presents a huge challenge for the Government of India when it comes to managing election-related activities. This is where CEO Rajasthan or Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) comes in.

Important CEO Rajasthan Procedures to help you with your doubts and queries related to Elections and Voter ID in Rajasthan:

List of All CEO Rajasthan Officers

How to Apply for CEO Rajasthan Voter ID Card


Documents Required for Voter Registration in Rajasthan

Check CEO Rajasthan Voter ID Card Application Status

Check your name in Rajasthan Electoral Roll / Voter List Rajasthan

Correction of Voter ID Details

CEO Rajasthan Duplicate Voter ID Card Application

What to if Someone Else Voted in your name & What is a Service Voter?

Can and NRI Voter Register in Rajasthan

Get CEO Rajasthan BLO Info, E-Mitra and Contact Information


Recommended Post: Voter List Rajasthan


how to get CEO Rajasthan voter id card

CEO Rajasthan – Detailed Information and Support

Who is a CEO Rajasthan?

The Election Commission of India (ECI) nominates an Officer of the Government of the State/Union Territory as the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) with the consultation of that State Government/Union Territory Administration. A Chief Electoral Officer works under the guidance of the Election Commission of India and supervises activities pre, post and during the elections.

Basically, a Chief Electoral Officer acts as a state representative of the Election Commission of India. One can go to him with any major issues related to election misconduct.

These include:

  • Influencing voters.
  • Going over budget with the election campaign.
  • Casting bogus votes.
  • Voting or polling station issues.
  • Unruly behaviour of an election candidate.
  • Unwarranted political advertising or campaign material.
  • Promoting or attempting to promote on ground of religion, race, caste, community or language.
  • Forceful vote casting.
  • Promoting on ground of feeling of enmity or hatred.
  • Canvassing in or near a polling station.
  • Persuading any elector, not to vote for any particular candidate.
  • Not granting a paid leave to an eligible voter on the day of the election.
  • Bribing someone to vote for a particular candidate.
  • Printing or publishing election posters without the name of the printer or publisher on it.
  • Booth capturing by a candidate, his/her agent or any other person.
  • Infringement of secrecy of Election.
  • Public meeting by a candidate on election day or on a day previous to the election.
  • Officers at elections acting for candidates to influence voting.
  • Removal of ballot papers or EVM machines from the polling station.
  • Impersonations.

CEO Rajasthan Chief Electoral Officer Rajasthan

The office of CEO Rajasthan is being headed by the 1984 batch IAS officer of Rajasthan cadre and Ex-Officio Pr. Secretary to the Government, Dr. Govind Sharma. He has the following officers assisting him to supervise the election administration under the Election Commission of India guidelines.

  • CEO Rajasthan cum Principal Secretary – Dr. Govind Sharma
  • Additional CEO – Dr. Rekha Gupta
  • Joint CEO cum Joint Secretary – Mr. P.C. Gupta
  • Joint CEO (IT) – Mr. Pramod Agrawal
  • Financial Advisor – Mr. Vimal Gupta
  • Deputy CEO (IT) – Mr. M. M. Tiwari
  • Deputy CEO (Store) – Mr. Vinod K. Pareek
  • OSD Election – Mr. H. S. Goyal
  • Assistant CEO (Store) – Mr. Ashish Kr. Sharma
  • Assistant CEO (Elections) – Mr. Har Govind Meena

Conducting Assembly and Parliamentary General Elections in the state of Rajasthan is the major task of CEO Rajasthan. All associated activities with this task such as preparation of photo electoral roll, policy planning, issue of voter ID Cards or Electors Photo Identity Cards (EPIC), issuing guidelines to lower election functionaries, nomination of candidates, Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) and related tasks are administered by this department.

The office of CEO Rajasthan also maintains a website, also referred to as CEO Rajasthan website –  http://ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx, which includes statistics and information of local Interest. Its main objective is to improve communication with the electors of Rajasthan. It provides relevant and adequate information about the office of the Chief Electoral Officer and the various activities conducted by the department.

Back to Top

how to get voter id card ceo rajasthan

CEO Rajasthan: How to apply for a Voter ID card in Rajasthan?

Voter ID card or Electors Photo Identity Card (EPIC) is an identification card issued by the Election Commission to enable voter identification on Election Day for all eligible voters. You can apply for a Voter ID Card by filling Form 6. This can be done either online or by downloading the form.

Online

  1. Visit the CEO Rajasthan website, http://www.ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx
  2. Find a category ‘Elector’s Forms’ on the homepage and click on the ‘Apply Online’ button given on the bottom left corner.
  3. This will lead you to a new citizen services link, http://164.100.34.138/CS/
  4. Here, you’ll be given an option to log in as a citizen or officer. Choose citizen.
  5. Once selected, you’ll be redirected to another page – http://eci-citizenservices.nic.in/. You will need to create a username and password if you are a new user.
  6. Once you login, you can click on Form 6 and apply online.
  7. A passport size photo and documentary proof of name, sex, date of birth and address is to be attached.
  8. Once the form is filled, click submit.

Download Voter ID Card Forms from CEO Rajasthan website

  1. Go to the CEO Rajasthan website, http://ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx
  2. Find the ‘Elector’s Forms’ category and click on Form 6 to download.
  3. Fill the details and attach a passport size photo along with proof of identity and address.
  4. Once done, submit the duly filled application either by post or personally to the VREC office.

Once applied, the Booth Level Officer (BLO) of your area will visit the address mentioned in your form to verify your photograph and address.
Back to Top

What are the documents required as ‘proof of age’ for Voter ID Card?

Your age should be 18 years or more on 1st day of January of the year with reference to which the electoral roll is being revised. If your age is between 18 and 21 years, a documentary proof of Date of Birth should be attached. A copy of any one of the following documents can be attached as a proof of Date of Birth:

  • Birth certificate issued by a Municipal Authorities or district office of the Registrar of Births & Deaths or Baptism certificate ; or
  • Birth certificate from the school (Govt. / Recognized) last attended by you or any other recognized educational institution ; or
  • If you are in class 10 or more pass, you should give a copy of the marksheet of class 10, if it contains date of birth as a proof of date of birth or
  • Marksheet of class 8 if it contains date of birth ; or
  • Marksheet of class 5 if it contains date of birth ; or
  • Indian Passport ; or
  • PAN card ; or
  • Driving License ; or
  • Aadhar letter issued by UIDAI
Also Read:  CEO Lakshadweep - Complete Information and Helpdesk

What if you don’t have any of the documents mentioned to present as ‘proof of age’ ?

In case none of the above mentioned documents are available, a declaration in prescribed format given in Annexure – I (enclosed with Form 6) made by either of your parents can be given. You will have to be present yourself for verification before Booth Level Officer /Assistant Electoral Registration Officer / Electoral Registration Officer.

What if you don’t have the required documents for ‘proof of age’ and neither of your parents are alive ?

If none of the mentioned documents are available and neither of your parents is alive, then you can attach a certificate of your age given by a Sarpanch of the concerned Gram Panchayat or by a member of the concerned Municipal Corporation / Municipal Committee.

What if you are more than 21 years of age?

If you are more than 21 years and physically appear to be so to Booth Level Officer /Assistant Electoral Registration Officer / Electoral Registration Officer, declaration of age by him / her will be taken as proof of age and no documentary proof will be insisted upon.

If you are more than 21 years and physically appear to be so to Booth Level Officer /Assistant Electoral Registration Officer / Electoral Registration Officer, declaration of age by him / her will be taken as proof of age and no documentary proof will be insisted upon.

What are the documents required as ‘proof of residence’ ?

You are an ordinary citizen of the constituency if you have been residing in the constituency for 6 months or more. You need to fill up the full and complete postal address including PIN code where you are ordinarily residing and want to get registered.

A copy of any of the following documents needs to be attached as a proof of ordinary residence:

  • Bank / Kisan / Post Office current Pass Book ; or
  • Ration Card ; or
  • Passport ; or
  • Driving License ; or
  • Income Tax Assessment Order ; or
  • Latest rent agreement ; or
  • Latest Water / Telephone / Electricity / Gas Connection Bill for that address, either in your name or that of your immediate relation like parents etc. ; or
  • Any post / letter / mail delivered through Indian Postal Department in your name at the address of ordinary residence.

What if you are a student residing at the place where you are studying?

In case you are student residing at the place of study, in hostel or mess managed by the educational institutions or elsewhere, you will have the option to get yourself registered as elector at your native place with your  parents or at the address of hostel/mess where you reside.

In case you are student residing at the place of study, in hostel or mess managed by the educational institutions or elsewhere, you will have the option to get yourself registered as elector at your native place with your  parents or at the address of hostel/mess where you reside.

  • The course pursued by you should be recognized by Central / State Governments / Boards / Universities / Deemed Universities.
  • The course should be of not less than 1 year’s duration.
  • If you wish to enrol yourself at the hostel/mess, you will have to attach a bonafide certificate (as per the specimen at Annexure II enclosed with Form 6) from the Headmaster / Principal / Director / Registrar / Dean of the educational institution with Form 6.

Back to Top

How can you check your CEO Rajasthan Voter ID application status ?

It was required to visit the election office initially in order to find the status of one’s Voter ID Card application. However, due to various new services provided by the Rajasthan government, it can be easily done from home now.

There are several ways for you to this:

Online

  1. Go to CEO Rajasthan website, http://ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx
  2. Find and click the e-registration button.
  3. In the options provided, click on ‘Know your Voter Card Status’
  4. You will be redirected to a new page. Fill in all the details and click search to find out if your Voter ID card application is in transit, under process or cancelled.

Please note that the page where you are required to fill all the details may have a similar bar (as shown in the above picture), but not necessarily the same.

SMS

  1. Type ‘10 digit Voter ID Card No’.
  2. Send it to 9433633333.
  3. You will receive a text with the status of your application mentioned.

Phone

  1. Call customer care – 0124-2888-888.
  2. Call from MTNL or BSNL number on 1506. Follow the instructions in Hindi or English to find the status of your application.

Back to Top

How to check your name in the Electoral Roll ?

List of voters maintained for every constituency is referred to as the electoral roll or voter list. There are several ways to check your name in the voter list:

Online

  1. Go to the CEO Rajasthan website, http://ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx
  2. Find the ‘Electoral Roll’ tab on top and click.
  3. You will be redirected to a new page, http://164.100.153.10/electoralroll/search.aspx,  where you can search your entry by using your ID Card No, Name or Area/Locality
  4. Click on any of the options given and fill the information to get your entry details.

SMS

  1. Type ‘ELE’<space> ‘10 digit Voter ID Card Number’
  2. Send it to 9680999899
  3. You will receive your details like name, sex, age, polling station etc if you are in the voting list. If you are not found in the electoral roll, then you will receive a text saying ‘No result found’.

Download

  1. You can download the voter list in PDF format from the state CEO site, http://ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx
  2. Click on the ‘Electoral Roll’ tab on top.
  3. You will be redirected to a new page where you can enter the necessary details and download the PDF format of the E-Roll list.

How can you get your name deleted from the Electoral Roll ?

There are several reasons why an individual might want to take this step. These include death(thus, applying for the cancellation of deceased Voter ID Card), due to shifting, not ordinarily residing at the registered address etc.

Also Read:  What is the Quickest and the Easiest way to get a Voter ID Card in Rajasthan?

You may follow these steps:

  • Visit the state CEO website, http://ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx
  • Select Form 7 under ‘Elector’s Forms’ to download the form. You may also select ‘Apply Online’ and create a username and password for online submission.
  • After filling the details, post it to the concerned ERO if downloaded or click ‘submit’ if applied online.

Back to Top

What should you do if you have incorrect Voter ID Card details ?

If your Voter ID details like photo, name, age, sex, address are printed wrong in the electoral roll, you can get it corrected in two ways:

  • Form 8

This needs to be done if you have permanently changed your address, last name etc. (For eg, if a woman has changed her last name and shifted from Jodhpur to Jaipur after marriage).

  1. Go to CEO Rajasthan website, http://ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx
  2. Find a link namely, ‘Elector’s Forms’ on the homepage.
  3. Click on Form 8 if you wish to download the form. Once filed, submit the duly filled application either by post or personally to the VREC office.
  4. You can also click ‘Apply Online’ on the bottom left corner for online submission. You will need to create a username and password if you are a new user. Once you login, you can click on Form 8 and apply online.

Keep in mind that this form can only be filled by the person who wishes to rectify any incorrections in the particulars already printed in the electoral roll. You cannot fill this form on behalf of someone else or get someone else to fill it on your behalf.

  • SMS

Minor errors in the Voter ID Card can be corrected by simply sending a text message to the Election Commission. Error in photo, name or address can be brought to the Election Commission’s notice through this service.

  1. Type ‘CORR’ <space> ‘Assembly segment number’ <space> ‘Corrected name/address’ and send it to 9211728082 to correct error in name or address.
  2. Type ‘ ‘PHOTO’ <space> ‘Assembly segment number’ <space> ‘Corrected name/address’ and send it to 9211728082 to correct error in photo.

What should you do if you have shifted your place of residence and wish to transfer your Voter ID ?

  • In case the new place of residence is in the same constituency as the previous one, you need to fill form 8A to transfer your Voter ID:
  1. Go to CEO Rajasthan website, http://ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx
  2. Click on Form 8A under the ‘Elector’s Forms’ tab to download the same. Fill it and submit it either by post or personally to the VREC office.
  3. Choose ‘Apply Online’ if you wish to submit your form online. You will be required to sign up if you are a new user. You can click on Form 8A and apply online, once you login.
  • In case the new place of residence is not in the same constituency as the previous one, you need to fill Form 6 and submit it to the ERO of your new residence. The details for filing Form 6 are mentioned above in the article.

Do you need a Voter ID Card to vote ?

Contrary to the popular belief, you do not need a Voter ID card to vote. The requirement is that you must have your name in the Electoral Roll. You can take any photo identity proof with you, like driving license or passport, on election day if your name is in the voting list.

Similarly, possession of a Voter ID card does not guarantee a chance to vote. Your name must be enrolled in the voting list for you to be able to vote. You can get yourself enrolled by filing Form 6, the process of which is given above in the article.
Back to Top

How to apply for a duplicate Voter ID Card in Rajasthan ?

There is an option with the citizens to apply for a duplicate voter ID card if in case the original one is stolen or lost.

  • File an FIR in your nearby police station regarding the lost voter ID card.
  • Get Form 002 from the Election Commission of India website, http://eci.nic.in/eci/eci.html, or from the nearby election commission office.
  • Fill the form and attach a passport size photo along with an identity and address proof. Also, attach a copy of the FIR with the form.
  • Once completed, you can visit the nearest Election Commission Office and submit the form along with the documents.
  • The officials will acknowledge your application through a receipt. You can use this receipt to check the status of , http://ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx

Please note that this form can be filled and filed online as well on the state CEO website, http://ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx
Back to Top

What should you do if someone else has cast a vote in your name ?

If someone else has cast a bogus vote in your name, immediately bring it to the notice of the Polling Officer. The Polling Officer will further inform concerned authorities, like the ECI. He would also issue you a tender ballot paper on which you can cast your anonymous vote.

What is meant by a ‘service voter’ ?

A service voter is a voter having service qualification. Service Qualification means:

  • Being a member of the Armed Forces of the Union ; or
  • Being a member of a force to which provisions of the Army Act, 1950 have been made applicable; or
  • Being a member of an Armed Police Force of a State, and serving outside that State; or
  • Being a person who is employed under the Government of India, in a post outside India.

Can you register your name in the electoral roll of your native place if you are a service voter ?

An ordinary elector may only be registered at the constituency of where he/she ordinarily resides. However, as a service voter, you have an option to get registered at your native place and not where you currently reside (place of posting).

What are the application forms that you have to fill as a service voter in order to get yourself registered ?

Different enrollment forms are available for different categories of service voters. These are:

  • Form 2 – For members of Armed forces.
  • Form 2A – For members of Armed Police Force of a State, serving outside that State.
  • Form 3 – Persons employed under Government of India on posts outside the country.

Procedure to get the mentioned forms:

Also Read:  CEO Puducherry - Complete Information and Helpdesk

Please keep in mind that if you have opted to get yourself enrolled as a  general elector at the place of your posting, then you will have to file and apply Form 6, the process of which is already detailed above in the article.

Are your wife and children eligible to be enrolled as service voters if you are a service voter yourself ?

  • Your wife, ordinarily residing with you, can be enrolled as a service voter as well. She will be enrolled as a service voter on the basis of declaration made by you in the application form.
  • Your children, ordinarily residing with you, cannot be enrolled as service voters.

Please note that under the existing law, the facility mentioned above is only available to the wife of a male service voter and not to the husband of a female service voter.

How can you cast your vote if you are a service voter ?

As a service voter, you have two options by which you can cast your vote:

  • Postal ballot – The name is self explanatory. You can use the postal services to send in your vote.
  • Proxy vote – You may appoint any person as your proxy to give vote on your behalf at the polling station. The proxy needs to be an ordinary resident of your constituency.

How to search for your polling station location on Maps?

  • Go to the CEO Rajasthan website, http://ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx
  • Click on ‘View Polling Stations Location on Google Maps’ on the right hand navigation bar.
  • You will be redirected to a new page, http://psleci.nic.in/
  • Select Rajasthan as state and fill in the particulars of your district and AC and click ‘search’ to find the location of your polling station.

complete voting and voter id card guide for CEO Rajasthan

Back to Top

Can you apply for a Voter ID Card in Rajasthan if you are an NRI ?

As a non-resident Indian (NRI), you are eligible to get to your name in your respective constituecny’s voting list, provided you meet the following conditions:

  • You must be at least 18 years of age.
  • You should be a citizen of India.
  • You should not have accepted citizenship of any foreign country.
  • You should not have been barred by the ECI to register yourself for a Voter ID Card.

The steps to apply for a Voter ID Card in Rajasthan if you are an NRI

  • Go the the CEO Rajasthan website, http://www.ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx
  • Find ‘Elector’s forms’ on the homepage and click on ‘Apply Online’ for online submission. You will need to create a username and password if you are a new user. Once you are logged in, you can click on form 6A and apply.
  • Along with filing all your details like name, age, sex, visa particulars etc, you will have to attach some documents to certify these elements. These include soft copies of your passport, age proof, Indian address proof (It must be mentioned in your passport as well), foreign address proof and a passport size photograph. All documents must be self-attested.
  • The application should be submitted directly to the Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) of the constituency within which the place of your ordinary residence as given in the valid passport falls. The Application in Form 6A can be presented in person to the ERO or sent by post addressed to the ERO concerned.

Back to Top

How can you get the contact details of your Booth Level Officer (BLO) and Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) ?

There are two ways by which you can obtain the contact details of your polling station officers:

  • Online
  1. Go to CEO RAJ website, http://www.ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx
  2. Find and click on ‘Know your BLO/ERO’ on the right hand bar.
  3. You will be redirected to a new page, http://eci-citizenservicesforofficers.nic.in/officerscontact/
  4. Fill in the necessary details and click ‘Get contact details of officers’ to find the contact number and address of your BLO and ERO.

All 200 EROs of Rajasthan can be viewed together as well along with their details like AC name, district, mobile number and telephone number by following these steps:

  • SMS
  1. You can find the contact details of your BLO and ERO by simply sending a text message to 9680999899.
  2. Type ‘VOTERJ M’ <space> ‘10 digit Voter ID Card No’.
  3. You will receive a reply with your AC number, AC name, ERO name, ERO mobile number, Polling station name and part number, BLO name and BLO contact number.

What is E-Mitra and what help is it to you?

E-Mitra is an initiative taken by the Government of Rajasthan. This ambitious e-governance platform, operational since 2005, has been set up in all 33 districts of the state to provide convenience and transparency to the citizens in availing several government and private sector services through an e-platform. The services of e-mitra are delivered via counters called e-mitra kiosks in urban areas and Common Service Centre (CSC) Kiosks in rural areas. These kiosks seek to speed up the processes and decrease the traffic in government offices. The objective of e-mitra is to provide ethical, citizen centric, efficient  and transparent governance facilitated by technology. You can visit the e-mitra website through this link: http://emitra.gov.in/#_

E-Mitra and CEO Rajasthan

As someone who belongs to Rajasthan, all you need to do is e-register yourself in these e-mitra kiosks and avail the benefits which are:

  • Addition of name in the electoral roll.
  • Modification of name in the electoral roll.
  • Transposition of name in the electoral roll.
  • Registration of election department complaint.
  • Search services.
  • Printing of electoral rolls.

Once you have successfully registered yourself electronically on e-mitra, the staff members would verify your identity claim and complete the process by fulfilling your request for any of the above mentioned activities.

E-Mitra, similar to Chief Electoral Officer Rajasthan, also carries out its election duties under the guidance of the Election Commision of India. Both e-mitra and CEO Rajasthan work as sister organisations. You can find a link to e-mitra in the right hand bar on the CEO Rajasthan website, http://ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx.

Chief Electoral Officer, Rajasthan

Name: Dr Govind Sharma, IAS

Address: Chief Electoral Officer, Main Block, Secretariat, Jaipur

   Phone: 0141 – 2385812

   Fax: 0141 – 227482

   E-mail: ceojpr-rj@nic.in
Back to Top

Comment Policy [Please read this before posting your comments]: Only use your real name. Your words are your own, so be nice and helpful if you can. Please, do not share any personal information in your comments. For further details, please read our Comments Policy available over here.

Trackbacks


India's most trusted Voter ID Card and Elections website || Signup for our FREE email alerts now Click Here
Hello. Add your message here.
Read previous post:
let us find out Delhi assembly elections exit polls
Delhi Assembly Elections End, Exit Polls Arrive

Election Fiasco is finally over in Delhi, after several months of rallies, road shows, interviews, song spin-offs adapted candidate names,...

Close