Include Your Name In The Voter List – Enrollment of Name in Voters List

Voter list is essential for democracy. In a large country like India, a voter list must be constantly updated. While many new voters require including their names in the list, there are others who require changing their address or name. As electoral process has been streamlined and made online, such changes are now easy and quick. However, don’t forget that you need to proactively go ahead to get your name included in the electoral roll, or get a voter ID card. Here are some tips to help you … [Read more...]

How to rectify the mistakes in the Address of Voters ID Card?

After the amendment of the R.P. Act, it was decided that each voter in India would be given a photo-based voter card to cast votes. However, errors were noticed in many cards. With the formation of the website of Election Commission of India (ECI), it is now possible to rectify typo errors through the online process. Why Errors Appear in Voter ID Card? All citizens in India, who have attained adulthood, reside in the country, and have an eligible voter ID card, can cast votes. Each … [Read more...]

How does Election Commission of India Conduct Voter ID Card Verification?

Each year thousands of voters apply for Voter ID card online, or seek changes in their voter list. The Election Commission of India (ECI), which is responsible for organizing elections and the groundwork associated with it, issues orders to various workers under it to verify the credentials of the applicants who have filed for a voter’s ID card. At the helm, the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) delegates the work to state election commissioners (SEC) to check the electoral card or Elector's … [Read more...]

An Overview of Voters List and Its Importance in India

In India, elections are held at regular intervals to elect the government. Voters who are enlisted in the voters list and have their Voters ID card can cast their votes to elect their leader. In democratic India, Lok Sabha, state assemblies, and Panchayats elections are held at a span of certain years and voters vote for their representatives. All 35 states and union territories are divided into constituencies. Each constituency has a list of voters that is judiciously maintained, known as … [Read more...]