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CEO Andhra Pradesh – Complete Information and Helpdesk

Before we talk about the CEO Andhra Pradesh ( CEO AP ), let us take an interesting detour and find out more about the intriguing state, AP. The third largest state, Andhra Pradesh encompasses 20 districts, was formed on 1st November, 1965 by Jawaharlal Nehru. Later three districts were added to it by Prakasam, Ranga Reddy and Vizianagaram in the years 1970,1978 and 1979.

However the state was recently split into as Andhra Pradesh and Telangana due to the agitation of the people. Now Andhra Pradesh currently has 13 districts namely:

  1. Srikakulam
  2. East Godavari
  3. West Godavari
  4. Krishna
  5. Chittoor
  6. YSR Kadapa
  7. Sri Potti Sri Ramulu Nellore
  8. Kurnool
  9. Vishakapatnam
  10. Anantapur
  11. Guntur
  12. Prakasam
  13. Viziananagaram

CEO Andhra Pradesh - Complete Information and Helpdesk

CEO Andhra Pradesh – History of formation of Andhra Pradesh

Telugu people wanted a state of their own with a large territory. They wanted to come out of the Madras state, but wanted the city of Madras in their boundary. After the independence, they claimed to own a state, but the Dar Commission of the Indian Government did not heed to their demands.



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Jawaharlal Nehru, Pattabhi Sitaramaiah and Vallabhai Patel wanted the people to renounce the city of Madras. Meanwhile a partition committee was formed by Kumaraswami Raja with the members being Tanguturi Prakasam, B. Gopala Redd, Kala Venkata Rao and N. Sanjiva Reddy. Prakasam had different views among the members of the committee. Indian Government made a quicker profit due to the difference and closed the issue.

However a Gandhian Swami Sitaram undertook fast for nearly 35 days, but the Government did not yield to their desires. Only the hatred was developed in the minds of people which were very well reflected in the 1952 General elections.

Raja Gopala Chari, who became the Chief Minister of the state planned to develop a project to deliver Krishna waters to the bolster the inhabited areas of Tamil People. Telugu people did not like the development of the project and hence the project, which was headed by A. N. Khosla was closed for the time being. A new project sprouted at Nandhikonda.Yet this situation fuelled the desire regarding the formation of a separate state.

Potti  Sriramulu, a Gandhian fasted to death for the creation of the new state. Now the situation got out of control and Jawaharlal Nehru announced the Andhra state would be created with eleven Telugu districts and the three taluks of the Bellary district. Andhra had its capital as Kurnool and T. Prakasam became the first Chief Minister of Andhra.

People rejoiced the creation, but their desire to split the state went on. They dreamt for a new state called Visalandhra. Though Syed Fazl Ali of State Reorganization Commission could venture the gains of Visalandhra, he had a thought of creating a state Telangana. The communists did not like the idea of upbringing of a new state and threatened that they would resign from their posts and conduct elections. But many of the members in Legislative Assembly supported the formation of Visalandhra.

The congress then demanded the to bring down the differences among those who reinforced Telangana and Visalandhra by signing the Gentleman’s agreement. Thus nine districts namely Adilabad, Nizamabad, Medak, Karimnagar, Warangal, Khammam, Nalgonda, Mahabubnagar, were now added to the Andhra state, thus making it much enlarged. This merger was thus called as ‘Andhra Pradesh’


CEO Andhra Pradesh and now, CEO Telangana too

Due to the communal violence which prevailed in the state of Andhra Pradesh for the separate state Telangana, the Bill was cleared by the Union cabinet on 7th February 2014 to create the state. The Bill was passed by majority on February 18,2014.Finally Rajya Sabha passed the Bill on 20th February 2014. Thus Telangana was created with 10 districts within its boundaries.

  1. Hyderabad.
  2. Warangal
  3. Karimnagar
  4. Khammam
  5. Ranga Reddy
  6. Mahboobnagar
  7. Nalgonda
  8. Nizamabad
  9. Medak
  10. Adilabad

The chief Minister of Telangana is K Chandrasekhar Rao and Hyderabad is the capital of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana for ten years according to the agreement.

Elections in Andhra Pradesh:

The Lok Sabha has nearly 25 representatives from Andhra Pradesh who are elected during the Lok Sabha Elections. Rajya Sabha members are usually nominated by the State Legislative members.

Assembly Elections has the power to choose the rulers of the state. There are about 174 assembly constituencies in Andhra Pradesh and the elected members constitute the Legislative Assembly.

The members of the Legislative Council are elected by the Legislative Assembly and they comprise of 90 candidates. The council has, however the lesser dominance than the Legislative Assembly.

Lok Sabha Election in 2014:

  1. Telugu Desam Party-15 seats
  2. Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party-8 seats
  3. Bharatiya Janata Party-2 seats

Assembly Elections in 2014:

The majority of seats conquered by the party would be considered as the winning party.

  1. Telugu Desam Party-102 seats

Recognized parties of Andhra Pradesh:

  1. Telangana Rashtra Samithi
  2.  Telugu Desam
  3. Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party

Now, like CEO Andhra Pradesh, Telangana too has its separate CEO


Chief Electoral Officer-Roles and Responsibilities

The election commission of India directs the functions of Chief Electoral Officer. He helps to conduct the elections in the state in a proper manner by regulating the security forces in the threat zones and also ensures that there is a proper passage of information to voters through various departments. In addition to it, the Chief Electoral Officer has the responsibility to see that the political parties do not engage in malpractices and does not harm the peaceful atmosphere of the Booth level offices.

The financial maintenance is taken care by the Chief Electoral officer. He also checks whether the rubber stamps, ballot papers and other miscellaneous items are available. He takes the responsibility to announce the holiday on the day of the election and also propounds the election related details to the press. Helpline and complaint cell are some of his establishments during the time of elections.

Chief Electoral Officer also aids in the construction and revision of electoral rolls, the issue of the Voter ID card. Moreover, he helps in the delivery of information regarding the laws of Elections to the public.


CEO Andhra Pradesh and Other States’ Voting Guidelines

Who can vote?

The members of Lok Sabha and Legislative Assembly are chosen by citizens and people of 18 years and above can cast votes.

Why should we vote?

It is the duty and responsibility of every Indian citizen to accomplish the right to vote. Since it is optional many take it for granted and take a rest on the election day. People should understand that every vote can put a right person in power.

How is voting done?

People in India cast their votes using Ballot papers or using Electronic Voting machines.

Data on Electronic Voting machine:

The storage and transportation of Ballot papers, the money paid for the counting of Ballot papers  incur a huge cost to the Government. To lessen their grievances, Electronic Voting machine was devised by the Election Commission Of India in alliance with the Bangalore and Electronic Corporation of India and Bharat Electronics Ltd

Though the cost of Electronic voting machine is around rupees 5500 (during 1989-90), it is much less than that of the costs due to the Ballot papers.It has the maximum intake of 3840 votes and 64 candidates.

The machine has two units, namely: Control Unit and Balloting Unit. Control Unit is taken in charge by the polling officer and the balloting unit is given to the voters.

Voting is much easier in the Electronic Voting machines. The voter has to just press the button against the candidate’s name and the party symbol.This method of voting is much better than the conventional ballot paper system.

Pyramid of Election Commission Of India

Harishankar Brahma is the head of the Election Commission of India and has two-three Deputy Election Commissioners and Director Generals under his realm. They are officially selected by the National Civil Service. The secretariat has its location in Delhi with nearly 300 officials.

The Election Commission of India has the control of each state through the Chief Electoral Officer. He is assisted by two additional Chief Electoral Officers and secretary to the Government  who is in turn assisted by an additional Chief Electoral officer and joint secretary to Government. In AP, the mentioned body is CEO Andhra Pradesh.

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There are various sections in the office, which takes care of a particular task. A-section has the responsibility over Protocol and polling stations, B-section has the control over Code Of Conduct, Law and order and Polling personnel, C-section has the power on establishment and budget, D-section has on Election materials, Court cases and EVMs, E-section on the Revision of Rolls and F-section on the Conduct of Elections.

The control of the Districts is attained through the District Electoral officers. The work in each district is sub categorized and distributed among Electoral Registration officers, Booth Level Officers and Assistant Electoral Registration Officers.


Who is CEO Andhra Pradesh?

Mr. I V Subba Rao was succeeded by Mr. Bhanwar Lal, a senior IAS officer, as the CEO Andhra Pradesh. Mr. Bhanwar Lal worked as the Principal home secretary and is a member of the Andhra Pradesh cadre (1983 batch).

He was born on October 25th, 1957 in Rajasthan. He earned a Masters degree in Economics from the University of Rajasthan and completed MBA from Birmingham University in England.

 

CEO-Andhra Pradesh-Complete Information and Helpdesk

Mr. Bhanwar Lal held various positions during his career. He served as sub collector and sub divisional magistrate at Kandukur, District Collector of Karimnagar in Hyderabad, Managing Director in Andhra Pradesh state non resident  Indian Investment Corporation, Project Coordinator in Central Silk Board and as a Commissioner in Civil supplies.

Contact details of CEO Andhra Pradesh

Name                                 Mr. Bhanwar Lal

Position                             Chief Electoral Officer

Office address                  H Block in South Wing

                                             Hyderabad Secretariat-Election Subdivision

Email ID                            ceo_andhrapradesh@eci.gov.in

Fax (Office)                      040-23455781.

Phone (Office)                 040-23457317

Phone (residence)          040-23418109

Mobile number               9177733374

CEO Andhra Pradesh-Call Centre number: 1950

When should you Contact the CEO Andhra Pradesh or Other States?

Electoral Registration officers, Assistant Electoral Officers and District Electoral Officers help with the filling up of the application forms, solving the queries of the citizens and receiving their complaints. If you they don’t accomplish their duties properly, you can make a complaint to your state Chief Electoral Officer.

During Elections, many people belonging to certain parties make promises and bribe you to vote for them. Bribing is illegal and don’t take part in it. Usually the bribes will be about money and liquor. Chief Electoral Officers would have established the complaint cell to receive the complaints during elections. Give a complaint in the complaint cell. Some may create problems in the polling area to disturb the voting process for their advantage. Please go and complaint in the complaint cell to restore the proper polling process.

The campaigns held before elections for the promotion of their parties and the enhancement of the development of the country if their party is selected should exceed the time allotted for a day. If so, then complaints can be made to the Chief Electoral Officer


Officials in the CEO Andhra Pradesh Office

1.Name                                           V. Venkateswara Rao

  Position                                        Additional Chief Electoral Officer

  Office address                             H Block in South Wing,

                                                          Hyderabad Secretariat-Election Subdivision.

 Phone (Office)                             040-23451700

 Phone (residence)                       040-24023423

 Mobile number                            8790678546

2.Name                                           Anoop Singh

  Position                                        Additional Chief Electoral Officer

  Office address                             H Block in South Wing

                                                          Hyderabad Secretariat-Election Subdivision

 Phone (Office)                             040-23450833

3. Name                                           A. Sri. Devasena, IAS

    Position                                       Deputy Chief Electoral Officer

    Office address                            H Block in South Wing

                                                            Hyderabad Secretariat-Election Subdivision

   Phone (Office)                            040-23455303

4. Name                                         G. Uma Sankar

    Position                                     Assistant Chief Electoral Officer

    Office address                          H Block in South Wing

                                                           Hyderabad Secretariat-Election Subdivision

5. Name                                         M. A. Fahim Saberi

    Position                                     Organization and staff development

   Office address                           H Block in South Wing

                                                           Hyderabad Secretariat-Election Subdivision

  Phone (office)                            040-23454438

  Fax (office)                                 040-23454438

 

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List of  District  Electoral Officers:

1.

Name of the district                                      Srikakulam

Name of the District Electoral Officer      Dr Gaurav Uppal, I.A.S.

Email ID                                                         collector_sklm@ap.gov.in

Landline number (office)                            040-222555

Facsimile  (office)                                         040-222510

2.

Name of the district                                      Vizianagaram

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Name of the District Electoral Officer       Mr.M.M. Nayak I.A.S

Email ID                                                          collector_vznm@ap.gov.in

Landline number (office)                            040-276177

Facsimile  (office)                                         040-275802

3.

Name of the district                                      Visakhapatnam

Name of the District Electoral Officer      Mr. N Yuvaraj I.A.S

Email ID                                                         collector_vspm@ap.gov.in

Landline number (office)                            040-2563257

Facsimile (office)                                          040-2564426

4.

Name of the district                                    East Godavari

Name of the District Electoral Officer    Mr. Neetu Prasad, I.A.S

Email ID                                                       collector_egd@ap.gov.in, egocoll@nic.in

Landline number (office)                          040-2361300

Facsimile  (office)                                       040-2353480

5.

Name of the district                                    West Godavari

Name of the District Electoral Officer    Mr. Bhaskhar Katamneni, I.A.S

Email ID                                                       collector_wg@ap.gov.in

Landline number (office)                          040-230050

Facsimile (office)                                        040-230052

6.

Name of the district                                      Krishna

Name of the District Electoral Officer      Mr. M. Raghunandhan Rao

Email ID                                                         collector_krsn@ap.gov.in

Landline number (office)                            040-252668

Facsimile  (office)                                         040-252401

 7.

Name of the district                                       Guntur

Name of the District Electoral Officer       Mr. Kantilal Dande, I.A.S

Email ID                                                          collector_gntr@ap.gov.in

Landline number (office)                             040-2234070

Facsimile  (office)                                          040-2225907

8.

Name of the district                                         Prakasam

Name of the District Electoral Officer         Mr.G. S.R.K.R. Vijay Kumar

Email ID                                                             collector_pkm@ap.gov.in

Landline number (office)                               040-231222

Facsimile (office)                                             040-231444

9.

Name of the district                                       Nellore

Name of the District Electoral Officer       Mr. Nagulapalli Srikant

Email ID                                                          collector_nlr@ap.gov.in

Landline number (office)                            040-2331999

Facsimile (office)                                           040-2331626

10.

Name of the district                                     Kadapa

Name of the District Electoral Officer     Mr.K.V. Ramana

Email ID                                                        collector_kdp@ap.gov.in

Landline number (office)                           040-244168

Facsimile  (office)                                        040-244302

11.

Name of the district                                     Kurnool

Name of the District Electoral Officer     Mr. CH. Vijaya Mohan I.A.S

Email ID                                                        collector_knl@ap.gov.in

Landline number (office)                          040-220396

Facsimile  (office)                                       040-221914

12.

Name of the district                                     Anantapur

Name of the District Electoral Officer     Mr. Solomon Arokia Raj, I.A.S

Email ID                                                        collector_antp@ap.gov.in

Landline number(office)                            040-278111

Facsimile (office)                                         040-275598

13.

Name of the district                                     Chittoor

Name of the District Electoral Officer     Mr. Siddharth Jain, I.A.S

Email ID                                                        collector_cttr@ap.gov.in

Landline number(office)                            040-227201

Facsimile (office)                                          040-226444


List of all CEO Andhra Pradesh Voter Forms

Form 6– Helps you to include the name in the CEO Andhra Pradesh Electoral Roll of Assembly Constituency and to get the voter ID card.

Form 6A-It enables the name of the overseas elector to be included in the electoral roll.

Form 7-It helps in the deletion of your name from the electoral roll

Form 8-This form helps you to correct any of the particulars in the Electoral Roll.

Form 8A-Transposition of your name in the electoral roll is done with the help of this form.

Form 13 F and Form 13 G-Application for proxy by the voter to give the vote.

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Form 17-includes your name in the electoral roll of the local authority constituency of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative council.

Form 18-includes your name  in the electoral roll of the Graduates constituency  of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative council.

Form 19– includes your name in the electoral roll of the Teachers constituency  of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative council.


Links to the Important CEO Andhra Pradesh Forms

  1. Application for form 6. http://ceoandhra.nic.in/Forms/E-Registration/Form%206%20bilingual.pdf
  2. Application for form 6A.  http://ceoandhra.nic.in/formspdf/Form-6A_new.pdf
  3. Application for form 7.  http://ceoandhra.nic.in/Forms/E-Registration/Form%207%20bilingual.pdf
  4. Application for form 8. http://ceoandhra.nic.in/Forms/E-Registration/Form%208%20bilingual.pdf
  5. Application for form 8A. http://ceoandhra.nic.in/Forms/E-Registration/Form%208A%20bilingual.pdf
  6. Application for form 13F and 13G http://ceoandhra.nic.in/formspdf/Notice_E.pdf
  7. Application for form 17. http://ceoandhra.nic.in/Forms/Form_17.pdf
  8. Application for form 18.http://ceoandhra.nic.in/Forms/Form18.pdf
  9. Application for form 19 .http://ceoandhra.nic.in/Forms/FORM19.pdf

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CEO Andhra Voter ID card registration

On-line registration:

  1. Open the CEO Andhra Pradesh website http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx
  2. Click the E-Registration tabAssembly constituencyForm 6.
  3. Form 6 appears on the screen.
  4. Enter your district, Assembly constituency (in case you don’t know the assembly constituency, click on the link Know your assembly constituency), upload your photo.
  5. Enter your personal details such as name, age, Place of Birth, Date of Birth, Gender, Father or mother or Husband’s name.
  6. Enter the details of your locality, district,  state.
  7. It also requires to fill the details of your relatives if their name had already been included in the electoral roll.
  8. Fill up the declaration appropriately and click the submit button.
  9. A Registration number appears which helps you to track the application further.
  10. Enclose the address proof and age proof documents to the Electoral office in your locality.
  11. Officials will come to your doorstep to authenticate the information provided by you.

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Offline registration:

  1. Download the form directly from the website http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx by clicking on the Forms tab on the left side of the window.
  2. A Window appears with various forms displayed.
  3. Click Form 6 to download.
  4. Otherwise, go to the elections office and fill the form straight away and submit the address proof and age proof document.
  5. Booth level officers will reach your home to check the data provided in the form and the documents.

How to Remove your Name from the CEO Andhra Pradesh Electoral Roll?

On-line registration:

  1. Open the website http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx
  2. Click the E-Registration tab→Assembly constituencyForm 7.
  3. Form 7 appears on the screen.
  4. Enter your district, Assembly constituency (in case you don’t know the assembly constituency, click on the link Know your assembly constituency)
  5. Enter the details of the person whose name is to be deleted. It should include details such as part number of electoral roll, serial number in that part of the electoral roll, Electors Photo Identity number and gender.
  6. Enter the details of the objector such as name, part number of the electoral roll, serial number in the part of the Electoral roll.
  7. It also requires to fill the details of residence,Taluk, District, Email ID and mobile number.
  8. Type the reason for the objection.
  9. Press the Submit button.

Offline registration:

  1. Download the form directly from the website  http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx by clicking on the Forms tab on the left side of the window.
  2. A Window appears with various forms displayed.
  3. Click Form 7 to download.
  4. Otherwise, go to the electoral office and fill the form straight away.

For Correction of details on the CEO Andhra Pradesh Electoral Roll

On-line registration:

  1. Open the website http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx
  2. Click the E-Registration tabAssembly constituencyForm 8.
  3. Form 8 appears on the screen.
  4. Enter your district, Assembly constituency (in case you don’t know the assembly constituency, click on the link Know your assembly constituency) and upload your photo.
  5. Enter your name, Part number on the electoral roll, serial number in the part of the electoral roll, Date of Birth, Age.
  6. Select the Relation type: Mother/Father/Husband.
  7. Enter any on one of their details such as name.
  8. Type the details of your address such as Door number, street name, Town/village, Pin code, Post office, Mandal and District.
  9. Enter the details of the Voter ID card such as the number, name of the constituency where it was issued, Mobile number and Email ID.
  10. Press the submit button.

Offline registration:

  1. Download the form directly from the website  http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx by clicking on the Forms tab on the left side of the window.
  2. A Window appears with various forms displayed.
  3. Click Form 8 to download.
  4. .Otherwise, go to the electoral office and fill the form straight away.

To Transpose Your Entries in the CEO Andhra Electoral Roll

On-line registration:

  1. Open the website http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx
  2. Click the E-Registration tabAssembly constituencyForm 8 A.
  3. Form 8 A appears on the screen.
  4. Enter your district, Assembly constituency (in case you don’t know the assembly constituency, click on the link Know your assembly constituency) and upload your photo.
  5. Enter your name, Part number on the electoral roll, serial number in the part of the electoral roll, Gender, Voter ID card number.
  6. Select the Relation type: Mother/Father/Husband.
  7. Enter any on one of their details such as name.
  8. Type the details of your address such as Door number, street name, Town/village, Pin code, Post office, Mandal and District.
  9. Enter the details of continuous residence at the date of application such as years, months, mobile number and Email ID.
  10. Enter the part number where the entry has to be transposed.
  11. Press the submit button.

Offline registration:

  1. Download the form directly from the CEO Andhra Pradesh website http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx by clicking on the Forms tab on the left side of the window.
  2. A Window appears with various forms displayed.
  3. Click Form 8 A to download.
  4. Otherwise, go to the electoral office and fill the form straight away.

Status of your CEO Andhra Pradesh Application (Assembly constituency)

  1. Open the official website of CEO Andhra Pradesh.http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx
  2. Click on the E-registrationAssembly constituencyKnow your status
  3. Click either the Application ID radio button or House Number radio button and enter the data in the box given.
  4. Select the status of the required form among the forms given: Form 6, Form 7, Form 8, Form 8A.
  5. Click the Search button

Status of your CEO Andhra Pradesh Application (Council constituency)

  1. Open the official website of CEO Andhra Pradesh: – http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx
  2. Click on the E-registration AssemblyconstituencyKnow your status
  3. Click the Application ID radio button and enter the data in the box given.
  4. Select the status of the required form among the forms given: Form 18 and form 19.
  5. Click the Search button.

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Search your Name on the CEO Andhra Pradesh Electoral Roll (Assembly Constituency)

  1. Open the website:http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx
  2. Click the Search tab→Assembly Constituency.
  3. Select the District, Assembly Constituency and gender.
  4. Enter House number, Photo Identity card and your name.
  5. Click the Search button.

Search your Name on the CEO Andhra Pradesh Electoral Roll (Council Constituency)

  1. Open the website: http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx
  2. Click the Search tab→Council  Constituency.
  3. Select the District, Assembly Constituency and gender.
  4. Enter House number, Photo Identity card and your name.
  5. Click the Search button.

Updated CEO Andhra Pradesh Electoral Roll (Assembly constituency)

  1. Open the CEO Andhra Pradesh website http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx
  2. Select PDF electoral rollsAssembly Constituency.
  3. Select your District and Assembly Constituency from the drop down list.
  4. Click Get Polling Stations.
  5. Click View in Telugu or English of the respective polling station.

Updated Electoral Roll (Council constituency)

  1. Open the website http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx
  2. Select PDF electoral rollsCouncil Constituency.
  3. Select the required constituency.

Location of Polling station

  1. Go to the page http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx.
  2. Click on Know your PS/BLOPolling Station locator.

Information regarding CEO Andhra Pradesh Booth Level Officers

  1. Open the page http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx
  2. Click on Know your PS/BLOBooth Level Officers (BLOs) Details.
  3. Select District and Assembly Constitution.
  4. Click on Load BLO.
  5. A Page appears with the information of Booth Level Officers.

Information regarding Electoral Registration Officers

  1. Open the page http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx
  2. Click on Know your PS/BLOERO Details.
  3. Select District.
  4. The list of Electoral Registration officers in your district appears before you.

To know about Election laws

  1. Open the official website of CEO Andhra Pradesh. http://ceoandhra.nic.in/home.aspx
  2. Select Election laws on the left panel of the window.
  3. Various Handbooks and checklist appears.
  4. Select the one you desire.

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  1. .jangala.vineskumar S% venkateswarlnameu h.no:3-76 auto stand road raghunapalem khammam( village) khammam(urban) khammam pin:507002 nuber:9701037964 SMS

  2. i have identity card no is IDY0200808 date of issue on 12.10.2002, unfortunately i have no name in my constituency voter list- please enclose in my constituency voter list to next election
    DOB-25.12.1967
    Aadar no. 839022977504
    Address :
    K.Annamani, D.No.9-13-75/20/5, Flat no. 2A, RK’s Nannapaneni Residency, New Resapuvani palem, Visakhapatnam-13, Andhra Pradesh
    Cell : 9491552789

  3. I have shifted my family in same town ie Madanapalle from Nagireddy street to Prasanthinagar. Inform me the proceedure to change of address in my Voter ID card in online or to which department I have to approach for change of address.


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