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  2. SVEEP Cell, Elections Department in association with Department of Art and Culture organised Voter Registration Awareness and Weekend Cultural Programme in Beach Road. Shri. Thillaivel, Deputy Chief Electoral Officer, Dr. V. Govindasamy, State Nodal Officer (SVEEP) and Shri. Nedunchezian , SVEEP Consultant addressed the audience. The Voters were sensitised about Voter Education by Cultural Programme by Artists. Voter Awareness Pamphlets were distributed to all the audience.
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    SVEEP Sticker Percolation campaign Voter Registration Encouragement Accross Various Medium: Newspaper Pager Daily Consumable Items Rudimentary Household goods Stationery items Stickers on private local transport vehicles
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    Voter registration encouragement programme organised by the Chief Electoral Officer, Manipur held across various LPG Gas Agencies in Manipur. #IamReady
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    Chalo Chalen Vote Dene Chalo Chalen

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    Chalo Chalen Vote Dene Chalo Chalen
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    Inauguration program for Footgal, sport event for promoting female participation in the electoral process. Date: 08.10.2018 Location: Footgal Inauguration, Rayburn College, Churachandpur Officer in charge: Shri Shyam Lal Poonia, DEO/DC, Churachandpur Participants: Participants of the tournaments, Local Village Chiefs of Town Area, District Level Officers and local area people Highlight: In the event a booth has been prepared for facilitating participants in connection with electoral process. EVM & VVPAT awareness video is broadcasted through a big Screen television continuously, copy of the electoral roll for all the six assembly constituencies along with Forms 6, 7 8 and 8A is put on display for use by anyone.
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    Complaint Logging

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  11. ECI

    Election Schedule

    The Commission has prepared the Schedules for holding General Elections to the Legislative Assembly of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Mizoram & Telangana after taking into consideration all relevant aspects like climatic conditions, academic calendar, major festivals, prevailing law and order situation in the State, availability of Central Police Forces, time needed for movement, transportation and timely deployment of forces and in-depth assessment of other relevant ground realities. Election Schedule Schedule for General Election to the Legislative Assembly of Chhattisgarh, 2018 Phase – I (18 Assembly Constituencies ) Poll Events Schedule Date of Issue of Gazette Notification 16.10.2018 (TUESDAY) Last Date of Nominations 23.10.2018 (TUESDAY) Date for Scrutiny of Nominations 24.10.2018 (WEDNESDAY) Last Date for Withdrawal of candidatures 26.10.2018 (FRIDAY) Date of Poll 12.11.2018 (MONDAY) Date of Counting 11.12.2018 (TUESDAY) Date before which election shall be completed 13.12.2018 (THURSDAY) Phase – II (72 Assembly Constituencies) Poll Events Schedule Date of Issue of Gazette Notification 26.10.2018 (FRIDAY) Last Date of Nominations 02.11.2018 (FRIDAY) Date for Scrutiny of Nominations 03.11.2018 (SATURDAY) Last Date for Withdrawal of candidatures 05.11.2018 (MONDAY) Date of Poll 20.11.2018 (TUESDAY) Date of Counting 11.12.2018 (TUESDAY) Date before which election shall be completed 13.12.2018 (THURSDAY) Schedule for General Elections to the Legislative Assembly of Madhya Pradesh, 2018 (All 230 ACs) Poll Events Schedule Date of Issue of Gazette Notification 02.11.2018 (FRIDAY) Last Date of Nominations 09.11.2018 (FRIDAY) Date for Scrutiny of Nominations 12.11.2018 (MONDAY) Last Date for Withdrawal of candidatures 14.11.2018 (WEDNESDAY) Date of Poll 28.11.2018 (WEDNESDAY) Date of Counting 11.12.2018 (TUESDAY) Date before which election shall be completed 13.12.2018 (THURSDAY) Schedule for General Elections to the Legislative Assembly of Rajasthan, 2018 (All 200 ACs) Poll Events Schedule Date of Issue of Gazette Notification 12.11.2018 (MONDAY) Last Date of Nominations 19.11.2018 (MONDAY) Date for Scrutiny of Nominations 20.11.2018 (TUESDAY) Last Date for Withdrawal of candidatures 22.11.2018 (THURSDAY) Date of Poll 07.12.2018 (FRIDAY) Date of Counting 11.12.2018 (TUESDAY) Date before which election shall be completed 13.12.2018 (THURSDAY) Schedule for General Elections to the Legislative Assembly of Mizoram, 2018 (All 40 ACs) Poll Events Schedule Date of Issue of Gazette Notification 02.11.2018 (FRIDAY) Last Date of Nominations 09.11.2018 (FRIDAY) Date for Scrutiny of Nominations 12.11.2018 (MONDAY) Last Date for Withdrawal of candidatures 14.11.2018 (WEDNESDAY) Date of Poll 28.11.2018 (WEDNESDAY) Date of Counting 11.12.2018 (TUESDAY) Date before which election shall be completed 13.12.2018 (THURSDAY) Schedule for General Elections to the Legislative Assembly of Telangana, 2018 (All 119 ACs) Poll Events Schedule Date of Issue of Gazette Notification 12.11.2018 (MONDAY) Last Date of Nominations 19.11.2018 (MONDAY) Date for Scrutiny of Nominations 20.11.2018 (TUESDAY) Last Date for Withdrawal of candidatures 22.11.2018 (THURSDAY) Date of Poll 07.12.2018 (FRIDAY) Date of Counting 11.12.2018 (TUESDAY) Date before which election shall be completed 13.12.2018 (THURSDAY) List of 18 Assembly Constituencies going to poll in Phase I in Chhattisgarh. No. of the Assembly Constituency Name of the Assembly Constituency Name of the Districts 73 Khairagarh Rajnandgaon 74 Dongargarh (SC) Rajnandgaon 75 Rajnandgaon Rajnandgaon 76 Dongargaon Rajnandgaon 77 Khujji Rajnandgaon 78 Mohla-Manpur (ST) Rajnandgaon 79 Antagarh (ST) Uttar Bastar(Kanker) 80 Bhanupratappur (ST) Uttar Bastar(Kanker) 81 Kanker (ST) Uttar Bastar(Kanker) 82 Keshkal (ST) Kondagaon 83 Kondagaon (ST) Kondagaon 84 Narayanpur (ST) Narayanpur Bastar (Jagdalpur) Kondagaon 85 Bastar (ST) Bastar(Jagdalpur) 86 Jagdalpur Bastar(Jagdalpur) Sukuma 87 Chitrakot (ST) Bastar(Jagdalpur) Sukuma 88 Dantewada (ST) Dakshin Bastar(Dantewada) 89 Bijapur (ST) Bijapur 90 Konta (ST) Sukuma List of 72 Assembly Constituencies going to poll in Phase II in Chhattisgarh. No. of the Assembly Constituency Name of the Assembly Constituency Name of the Districts 1 Bharatpur-Sonhat (ST) Koria 2 Manendragarh Koria 3 Baikunthpur Koria 4 Premnagar Surajpur 5 Bhatgaon Surajpur 6 Pratappur (ST) Surajpur Balrampur 7 Ramanujganj (ST) Balrampur 8 Samri (ST) Balrampur 9 Lundra (ST) Surguja 10 Ambikapur Surguja 11 Sitapur (ST) Surguja 12 Jashpur (ST) Jashpur 13 Kunkuri (ST) Jashpur 14 Pathalgaon (ST) Jashpur 15 Lailunga (ST) Raigarh 16 Raigarh Raigarh 17 Sarangarh (SC) Raigarh 18 Kharsia Raigarh 19 Dharamjaigarh (ST) Raigarh 20 Rampur (ST) Korba 21 Korba Korba 22 Katghora Korba 23 Pali-Tanakhar (ST) Korba 24 Marwahi (ST) Bilaspur 25 Kota Bilaspur 26 Lormi Mungeli 27 Mungeli (SC) Mungeli 28 Takhatpur Bilaspur 29 Bilha Bilaspur Mungeli 30 Bilaspur Bilaspur 31 Beltara Bilaspur 32 Masturi (SC) Bilaspur 33 Akaltara Janjgir-Champa 34 Janjgir-Champa Janjgir-Champa 35 Sakti Janjgir-Champa 36 Chandrapur Janjgir-Champa 37 Jaijaipur Janjgir-Champa 38 Pamgarh (SC) Janjgir-Champa 39 Saraipali (SC) Mahasamund 40 Basna Mahasamund 41 Khallari Mahasamund 42 Mahasamund Mahasamund 43 Bilaigarh (SC) Baloda Bazar-Bhatapara 44 Kasdol Baloda Bazar-Bhatapara 45 Baloda Bazar Baloda Bazar-Bhatapara Raipur 46 Bhatapara Baloda Bazar-Bhatapara 47 Dharsiwa Raipur 48 Raipur Rural Raipur 49 Raipur City West Raipur 50 Raipur City North Raipur 51 Raipur City South Raipur 52 Arang (SC) Raipur 53 Abhanpur Raipur 54 Rajim Gariaband 55 Bindranawagarh (ST) Gariaband 56 Sihawa (ST) Dhamtari 57 Kurud Dhamtari 58 Dhamtari Dhamtari 59 Sanjari Balod Balod 60 Dondi Lohara (ST) Balod 61 Gunderdehi Balod 62 Patan Durg 63 Durg-Rural Durg 64 Durg City Durg 65 Bhilai Nagar Durg 66 Vaishali Nagar Durg 67 Ahiwara (SC) Durg 68 Saja Durg Bemetara 69 Bemetara Bemetara Durg 70 Nawagarh (SC) Bemetara 71 Pandariya Kabirdham 72 Kawardha Kabirdham
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    MCC Policy

    I. General Conduct No party or candidate shall include in any activity which may aggravate existing differences or create mutual hatred or cause tension between different castes and communities, religious or linguistic. Criticism of other political parties, when made, shall be confined to their policies and programme, past record and work. Parties and Candidates shall refrain from criticism of all aspects of private life, not connected with the public activities of the leaders or workers of other parties. Criticism of other parties or their workers based on unverified allegations or distortion shall be avoided. There shall be no appeal to caste or communal feelings for securing votes. Mosques, Churches, Temples or other places of worship shall not be used as forum for election propaganda. All parties and candidates shall avoid scrupulously all activities which are “corrupt practices” and offences under the election law, such as bribing of voters, intimidation of voters, impersonation of voters, canvassing within 100 meters of polling stations, holding public meetings during the period of 48 hours ending with the hour fixed for the close of the poll, and the transport and conveyance of voters to and from polling station. The right of every individual for peaceful and undisturbed home-life shall be respected, however much the political parties or candidates may resent his political opinions or activities. Organizing demonstrations or picketing before the houses of individuals by way of protesting against their opinions or activities shall not be resorted to under any circumstances. No political party or candidate shall permit its or his followers to make use of any individual’s land, building, compound wall etc., without his permission for erecting flag-staffs, suspending banners, pasting notices, writing slogans etc. Political parties and candidates shall ensure that their supporters do not create obstructions in or break up meetings and processions organized by other parties. Workers or sympathisers of one political party shall not create disturbances at public meetings organized by another political party by putting questions orally or in writing or by distributing leaflets of their own party. Processions shall not be taken out by one party along places at which meetings are held by another party. Posters issued by one party shall not be removed by workers of another party. II. Meetings The party or candidate shall inform the local police authorities of the venue and time any proposed meeting Well in time so as to enable the police to make necessary arrangements for controlling traffic and maintaining peace and order. A Party or candidate shall ascertain in advance if there is any restrictive or prohibitory order in force in the place proposed for the meeting if such orders exist, they shall be followed strictly. If any exemption is required from such orders, it shall be applied for and obtained well in time. If permission or license is to be obtained for the use of loudspeakers or any other facility in connection with any proposed meeting, the party or candidate shall apply to the authority concerned well in advance and obtain such permission or license. Organizers of a meeting shall invariably seek the assistance of the police on duty for dealing with persons disturbing a meeting or otherwise attempting to create disorder. Organizers themselves shall not take action against such persons. III. Procession A Party or candidate organizing a procession shall decide before hand the time and place of the starting of the procession, the route to be followed and the time and place at which the procession will terminate. There shall ordinary be no deviation from the programme. The organizers shall give advance intimation to the local police authorities of the programme so as to enable the letter to make necessary arrangement. The organizers shall ascertain if any restrictive orders are in force in the localities through which the procession has to pass, and shall comply with the restrictions unless exempted specially by the competent authority. Any traffic regulations or restrictions shall also be carefully adhered to. The organizers shall take steps in advance to arrange for passage of the procession so that there is no block or hindrance to traffic. If the procession is very long, it shall be organized in segments of suitable lengths, so that at convenient intervals, especially at points where the procession has to pass road junctions, the passage of held up traffic could be allowed by stages thus avoiding heavy traffic congestion. Processions shall be so regulated as to keep as much to the right of the road as possible and the direction and advice of the police on duty shall be strictly complied with. If two or more political parties or candidates propose to take processions over the same route or parts thereof at about the same time, the organizers shall establish contact well in advance and decide upon the measures to be taken to see that the processions do not clash or cause hindrance to traffic. The assistance of the local police shall be availed of for arriving at a satisfactory arrangement. For this purpose the parties shall contact the police at the earliest opportunity. The political parties or candidates shall exercise control to the maximum extent possible in the matter of processionists carrying articles which may be put to misuse by undesirable elements especially in moments of excitement. The carrying of effigies purporting to represent member of other political parties or their leaders, burning such effigies in public and such other forms demonstration shall not be countenanced by any political party or candidate. IV. Polling Day All Political parties and candidates shall – co-operate with the officers on election duty to ensure peaceful and orderly polling and complete freedom to the voters to exercise their franchise without being subjected to any annoyance or obstruction. supply to their authorized workers suitable badges or identity cards. agree that the identity slip supplied by them to voters hall be on plain (white) paper and shall not contain any symbol, name of the candidate or the name of the party; refrain from serving or distributing liquor on polling day and during the forty eight hours preceding it. not allow unnecessary crowd to be collected near the camps set up by the political parties and candidates near the polling booths so as to avoid Confrontation and tension among workers and sympathizers of the parties and the candidate. ensure that the candidate’s camps shall be simple .They shall not display any posters, flags, symbols or any other propaganda material. No eatable shall be served or crowd allowed at the camps and co-operate with the authorities in complying with the restrictions to be imposed on the plying of vehicles on the polling day and obtain permits for them which should be displayed prominently on those vehicles. V. Polling Booth Excepting the voters, no one without a valid pass from the Election Commission shall enter the polling booths. VI. Observers The Election Commission is appointing Observers. If the candidates or their agents have any specific complaint or problem regarding the conduct of elections they may bring the same to the notice of the Observer. VII. Party in Power The party in power whether at the Centre or in the State or States concerned, shall ensure that no cause is given for any complaint that it has used its official position for the purposes of its election campaign and in particular- (a) The Ministers shall not combine their official visit with electioneering work and shall not also make use of official machinery or personnel during the electioneering work. (b) Government transport including official air-crafts, vehicles, machinery and personnel shall not be used for furtherance of the interest of the party in power; Public places such as maidens etc., for holding election meetings, and use of helipads for air-flights in connection with elections shall not be monopolized by itself. Other parties and candidates shall be allowed the use of such places and facilities on the same terms and conditions on which they are used by the party in power; Rest houses, dark bungalows or other Government accommodation shall not be monopolized by the party in power or its candidates and such accommodation shall be allowed to be used by other parties and candidates in a fair manner but no party or candidate shall use or be allowed to use such accommodation (including premises appertaining thereto) as a campaign office or for holding any public meeting for the purposes of election propaganda; Issue of advertisement at the cost of public exchequer in the newspapers and other media and the misuse of official mass media during the election period for partisan coverage of political news and publicity regarding achievements with a view to furthering the prospects of the party in power shall be scrupulously avoided. Ministers and other authorities shall not sanction grants/payments out of discretionary funds from the time elections are announced by the Commission; and (vi) From the time elections are announced by Commission, Ministers and other authorities shall not – (a) announce any financial grants in any form or promises thereof; or (b) (except civil servants) lay foundation stones etc. of projects or schemes of any kind; or (c) make any promise of construction of roads, provision of drinking water facilities etc.; or (d) make any ad-hoc appointments in Government, Public Undertakings etc. which may have the effect of influencing the voters in favor of the party in power. Note : The Commission shall announce the date of any election which shall be a date ordinarily not more than three weeks prior to the date on which the notification is likely to be issued in respect of such elections. Ministers of Central or State Government shall not enter any polling station or place of counting except in their capacity as a candidate or voter or authorized agent. VIII Guidelines on Election Manifestos The Supreme Court in its judgment dated 5th July 2013 in SLP(C) No. 21455 of 2008 ( S. Subramaniam Balaji Vs Govt. of Tamil Nadu and Others) has directed the Election Commission to frame guidelines with regard to the contents of election manifestos in consultation with all the recognized political parties. The guiding principles which will lead to framing of such guidelines are quoted below from the judgment:- (i) “Although, the law is obvious that the promises in the election manifesto cannot be construed as ‘corrupt practice’ under Section 123 of RP Act, the reality cannot be ruled out that distribution of freebies of any kind, undoubtedly, influences all people. It shakes the root of free and fair elections to a large degree”. (ii) “The Election Commission, in order to ensure level playing field between the contesting parties and candidates in elections and also in order to see that the purity of the election process does not get vitiated, as in past been issuing instructions under the Model Code of Conduct. The fountainhead of the powers under which the Commission issues these orders is Article 324 of the Constitution which mandates the Commission to hold free and fair elections.” (iii) “We are mindful of the fact that generally political parties release their election manifesto before the announcement of election date, in that scenario, strictly speaking, the Election Commission will not have the authority to regulate any act which is done before the announcement of the date. Nevertheless, an exception can be made in this regard as the purpose of election manifesto is directly associated with the election process”. Upon receiving the above directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court, the Election Commission held a meeting with the recognized National and State Political Parties for consultation with them in the matter and took note of their conflicting views in the matter. During consultations, while some political parties supported the issuance of such guidelines, others were of the view that it is their right and duty towards voters to make such offers and promises in manifestos in a healthy democratic polity. While the Commission agrees in principle with the point of view that framing of manifestos is the right of the political parties, it cannot overlook the undesirable impact of some of the promises and offers on the conduct of free and fair elections and maintaining level playing field for all political parties and candidates. The Constitution under Article 324 mandates the Election Commission, to conduct elections inter alia to the Parliament and the State Legislatures. Having due regard to the above directions of the Supreme Court and after consultation with the Political Parties, the Commission, in the interest of free and fair elections , hereby directs that Political Parties and Candidates while releasing election manifestos for any election to the Parliament or State Legislatures, shall adhere to the following guidelines :- (i) The election manifesto shall not contain anything repugnant to the ideals and principles enshrined in the Constitution and further that it shall be consistent with the letter and spirit of other provisions of Model Code of Conduct. (ii) The Directive Principles of State Policy enshrined in the Constitution enjoin upon the State to frame various welfare measures for the citizens and therefore there can be no objection to the promise of such welfare measures in election manifestos. However, political parties should avoid making those promises which are likely to vitiate the purity of the election process or exert undue influence on the voters in exercising their franchise. (iii) In the interest of transparency, level playing field and credibility of promises, it is expected that manifestos also reflect the rationale for the promises and broadly indicate the ways and means to meet the financial requirements for it. Trust of voters should be sought only on those promises which are possible to be fulfilled. © Copyright - Election Commission of India
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    cVIGIL Mobile App: Report MCC violations

    - by Kushal Pathak, Director, ECI Once election dates are announced, the ‘Model Code of Conduct’ becomes operative. In order to maintain level playing field and fairness of the election process, it is imperative that all stakeholders adhere to the principles enunciated in the MCC. However, MCC violations are a reality and so are the cases of lodging spurious complaints. In the above backdrop, ECI undertook the development of cVIGIL Mobile Application which allows vigilant citizens to give live reports on incidents of MCC violation within minutes of having witnessed them. They don’t have to rush to the office of the returning officer in their assembly constituency. In case of a registered complaint, a unique ID number is generated to allow the citizen to track her complaint status. Anonymous complaints do not get any identification numbers for tracking purpose. Citizens can download the application from Google Play Store. Citizens can use cVIGIL to only report MCC violation cases. For other complaints, they can use the facility available in the mobile app/website of ECI Citizen Services. The salient features of cVIGIL mobile application are: ● Location is automatically captured from the application ● Anonymous and Non –Anonymous logins allowed ● Photo cannot be clicked outside the mobile application ● 5 minutes to capture real photos/Audio and submit from Mobile application ● Allow only Live Photos and Videos to be submitted Once an incident of MCC violation is reported by cVIGIL, it is forwarded to a Flying Squad for investigation. The Flying Squad also utilizes a separate mobile App to track the complaints on GIS map and file investigation report. The Beta Version application was rolled out to take feedback from Beta testers from four Poll Going States i.e. Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram and Rajasthan. The purpose of the beta trials from 01 Aug to 24 Sep 2018 was to acquaint citizens and election staff with the application features by allowing them to file complaints with dummy data, test scalability & performance of the cVIGIL Application and seek end-user feedback regarding App features and User Interface. During the beta trials, cVIGIL mobile application was installed on 29093 Android smartphones and 243268 dummy test complaints were filed during this short period by the nominated officials of the 4 states. Alongwith the beta trials, a ‘User Experience Survey’ was also conducted. Objective and Subjective questionnaire in our Survey for better understanding of user feedback and their responses were captured for analyzing the response. During beta trials a total of 884 feedbacks were received. Perusal of the feedback from beta testers indicates that: ● 96% users said that finding cVIGIL App from Google Play Store was easy. ● Close to 95% users liked the logo of the app ● 90% users took less than 2 minutes to download the app ● Close to 84% users found cVIGIL App to be fast. ● Close to 80% of the respondents found the location captured by the app to be very accurate or somewhat accurate ● 523 respondents out of 884 found the live photo/Video capturing feature of the app to be the most valuable. https://youtu.be/Nya_QbPvjoI
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    Electoral Litracy Club Nodal Officers Training

    The Training for Electoral Litracy Club Nodal Officers of School Teachers was conducted at Vivekandha School . State Level Trainers - Prof. Dr. V. Govindasamy and Prof. Dr. Mohan imparted the training . The SVEEP Consultant , Mr. Nedunchezian presided over the event.
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    Election Observers deployed in Chhattisgarh

    General, Police and Expenditure Observers nominated to be deployed in the State of Chhattisgarh were briefed by Commission on 12th October at New Delhi. They were briefed on their role in the General Elections to the State Assembly which shall be held in two phases on 12th and 20th November. The counting for all the five states will be held on December 11, 2018. The Observers are being deployed Observers are deployed to assist the Commission in conduct of free and fair polls. They are required to oversee the efficient and effective management of the electoral process at the field level. For all purposes, they act as the eyes and ears of the Commission during the period of the election and provide direct inputs to the Commission from the field as an interface with the election machinery the candidates, political parties, and electors to ensure that the Acts, rules, procedures, instructions and guidelines related to elections are strictly and impartially complied with by all concerned. Observers of the Election Commission of India are appointed under the powers conferred on it by Section 20B of the Representation of the People Act, 1951 and the plenary powers available to the Commission under the Constitution of India. They are the appointees of the Commission working under the superintendence, control and discipline of the Commission for the period from their appointment until the process of election is completed.
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    Nukkad Natak

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    Nukkad Natak by Samadhan Yuva Shakti Society. At DM Shahdara office complex of AC 63.
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    Shri B. Biksha Naik, ERO,(29) Siricilla Constituency, Telangana
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    Shri Sharaat Sinha, IPS DCP ELECTION CELL PHQ, DELHI
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    Shri Ankur Garg, DEO, South West Delhi & Dr Sonal Swaroop (RO ERO AC 36)
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    Shri Shirish Mohod, State SVEEP Nodal Officer, Maharashtra
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Logo ELCSystematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) is a programme of multi interventions through different modes and media designed to educate citizens, electors and voters about the electoral process in order to increase their awareness and participation in the electoral processes. SVEEP is designed according to the socio-economic, cultural and demographic profile of the state as well as the history of electoral participation in previous rounds of elections and learning thereof.   

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ECIThe Election Commission of India is an autonomous constitutional authority responsible for administering election processes in India. The body administers elections to the Lok SabhaRajya Sabha, State Legislative Assemblies in India, and the offices of the President and Vice President in the country. The Election Commission operates under the authority of Constitution per Article 324, and subsequently enacted Representation of the People Act

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