The date will be is set, political parties will be ready and the election commission is always geared up for the next elections. The question is – Are all the voters ready? People who are still not registered as voters or have the card but with some mistakes and do not have their names in the Voter Lists are searching the internet with full force with questions like:
2). How to get my Voter ID Card Before Lok Sabha Elections?
5). I have my Voter ID Card, can I cast my vote in the Coming Elections?
In this comprehensive article we shall try to solve all such queries regarding Lok Sabha Elections 2014, Voter ID Card Online and inclusion of name to the voter list. Here we shall also provide you with direct links that lead to Online Voter Registration and correction in voter id card pages on the Election Commission of India’s Website. In this article, you just have to click the appropriate buttons / icons and you would not need to spend anymore time to search for the appropriate web links.
[IMPORTANT] Nation Wide Voter Registration Drive by the Election Commission of India is Taking Place Today, March 9, 2014
The Election Commission of India with a view to register as many voters as it could for the Lok Sabha 2014 Elections is undertaking a nation wide drive by organizing special voter registration camps at the polling booths. These special camps would give all the voters access to the voter lists of their respective constituencies and would also let those absent from the list, apply for inclusion on the spot. That means you could visit your polling booth today i.e 9th March 2014 and check your name in the electoral roll of your constituency and apply for voter registration on the spot if you are unable to find your name in the same. This drive could do wonders for the Voter Turn Out at the Lok Sabha 2014 elections and also give all the aspiring voters a fair chance to register themselves just before the elections commence and hence not let go the important opportunity to vote in the elections with such grandeur. So this is one way in which you could become a Registered Voter in just one day. Therefore we request all of you prospected voters to pull up your socks and don’t miss this highly important opportunity of taking part in the Voter Registration process. Want Information about your Polling Booth? Don’t worry, just visit this link and you shall be guided to your stipulated Polling Booth where this drive is taking place:- http://www.eci-polldaymonitoring.nic.in/psl/default.aspx
How to Register for my Voter ID Card Online?
Although it is highly recommended that you attend the above mentioned camp at your polling booth but still if due to any valid reason you are unable to make it to the voter registration camp, applying online for your voter id card is the next best option available. In this section we will answer the following questions that may arise in the minds of the voter at this point of time:-
- How to Apply for my Voter ID Card Online?
- How to Complete Voter Registration Online?
- How get your name included in your constituency’s Voter List or Electoral Roll?
- What is the Quickest and Easiest way to Apply for my Voter ID Card?
The Online method for new voter registration is a rather efficient and much less time-consuming too – it is very quick and easy way to apply for voter id card. Therefore the answer to all the above questions lies in your state’s CEO or the Election Commission’s website. New voters whose names are not yet included in their constituency’s voter lists have to fill the Voter ID Card Form No. 6. When you click on the ‘Enroll Now’ option on the ECI Website, you shall be redirected to the online version of Form 6 after confirmation of your Mobile Number through the mobile verification code. Click the below given button and we shall take you to the Online Voter Registration page on the ECI Website. Just provide your e-mail and mobile number on the landing page. Then you shall receive the mobile verification code. Just input this code on the next page and you will be able access the Online Version Voter Registration Form No. 6.
I have my Voter ID Card, Can I Cast my Vote in the Lok Sabha 2014 Elections?
The answer to this question is a big NO! Your Voter ID Card alone does not ensure that you would be able to cast your vote in the Lok Sabha 2014 Elections – your name should appear in your constituency’s Voter List of Electoral Roll in order to be eligible to vote. We have seen numerous instances in the past where voters have been unable to cast their votes since their names didn’t appear in the Voter List. Therefore you must register yourself as a voter by the above mentioned methods and get your name included in the Voters’ List of your constituency. Only then you would be able to secure yourself an entry to the polling booth to cast your vote.
How to Proceed with the Correction of certain details on my Voter ID Card?
Having your wrong details entered in the Voters List or on your Voter ID Card could pose a problem when you go out on the election day to cast your vote. In case of errors in voter id details you would not be able to convince the polling officer about your identity therefore such erred details must be rectified as soon as possible by filling the Voter ID Card Form No. 8. Click the below given button and we will take you to that specific section of ECI Website where you would be able to fill this form for rectification of errors online to make correction in voter id card.
What is the state-wise breakup of the Lok Sabha 2014 Election Schedule?
Here is the state-wise list of Lok Sabha 2014 Election Dates which was also included in our previous guide about the coming General Elections :
- Arunachal Pradesh:- 9th April
- Andaman and Nicobar Islands:- 10th April
- Assam:- 7th, 12th and 24th April
- Bihar:- 10th, 17th, 24th, 30th April & 7th and 12th May
- Chhatisgarh:- 10th, 17th and 24th April
- Chandigarh:- 12th April
- Dadra and Nagar Haveli:- 12th April
- Daman and Diu:- 30th April
- Goa:- 17th April
- Gujarat:- 30th April
- Haryana:- 10th April
- Himachal Pradesh:- 7th May
- Jharkhand:- 10th, 17th and 24th May
- Jammu and Kashmir:- 10th, 17th, 24th, 30th April & 7th May
- Kerala:- 10th April
- Karanataka:- 17th April
- Lakshwadweep:- 10th April
- Maharashtra:- 10th, 17th and 24th April
- Mizoram:- 9th April
- Madhya Pradesh:- 10th, 17th and 24th April
- Manipur:- 9th and 17th April
- Meghalaya:- 9th April
- Nagaland:- 9th April
- Odisha:- 10th and 17th April
- Punjab:- 30th April
- Puducherry:- 24th April
- Rajasthan:- 17th and 24th April
- Sikkim:- 12th April
- Tripura:- 7th and 12th April
- Tamil Nadu:- 24th April
- Uttarakhand:- 7th May
- West Bengal:- 17th, 24th, 30th April & 7th and 12th May