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  1. छत्तीसगढ़ में संचालित मेमो ट्रैन पर मतदाता जागरूकता के सन्देश से प्रचार प्रसार।
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    Rangoli Sukma

    From the album: Rangoli in Sukma

    © DEO Sukma

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    From the album: Rangoli in Sukma

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    From the album: Rangoli in Sukma

    © DEO Sukma

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    From the album: Rangoli in Sukma

    © DEO Sukma

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    Rangoli in Sukma

    © DEO Sukma

  7. मतदान करना आपका कर्तव्य है और अधिकार भी। अपने मताधिकार का प्रयोग अवश्य करें।--- मुख्य निर्वाचन पदाधिकारी, छत्तीसगढ़
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    Sign Language Instructions for Polling Officers for facilitating PwD electors at Polling Station.
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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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    Election preparations in 5 States

    Preprations in the five states of Chhatisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram, Rajasthan and Telangana are in full swing. The dates of elections are as follows: Chhattisgarh - 12th and 20th November (2 phases) Madhya Pradesh - 28th November Mizoram - 28th November Rajasthan - 7th December Telangana - 7th December Counting for all the five states will be held on December 11, 2018. Voter Facilitation Centres have been activated in all the districts. Special campaign including hands on experience, has been undertaken on EVM & VVPAT awareness starting September 2018. Camps are being organised to give hands-on experience to people on EVM and VVPAT especially to familarise them on the use of VVPAT for verifying their vote. Awareness film on EVM and VVPAT has been developed and widely disseminated through Cinemas, Cable TV besides Social Media including whatsapp besides others. With focus on 'Accessible Elections', special initiatives have been rolled out to facilitate persons with disabilities. Besides making awareness material accessible, extending EPIC in Braille for blind electors, sensitization of polling officials and making polling station accessible, electors with disabilities are being mapped Polling Station wise so that requisite facilitation can be extended on poll day. Special camps are being held for PwDs to assist them for enrolment as well as to apprise them on various facilitation measures being extended at the Polling station for their participation. The Commission has also directed to issue Accessible Photo Voter Slips with Braille Features to Persons with Visual Impairment or Blind. Mobilisation activities are being taken up across the states covering all polling stations to motivate people toward electoral participation. Information regarding dates, identity documents needed, do's and don't's at polling station are being disseminated besides promotion ethical and informed participation. Information on NOTA is also being disseminated. Students are supporting ECI SVEEP initiatives by participating in large numbers in painting competitions, sports activities and similar events being organised by the election officials. Electoral Literacy Clubs and Chunav pathshalas launched few months back are proving to be vibrant platforms for disseminating information on the electoral process. Voter Guide (in Vernacular / English) shall be handed over to every household ahead of the elections, giving information about the date and time of polls, contact details of the BLOs, important websites, helpline numbers, documents required for identification at the polling station besides other important information including the Do’s and Don’ts for voters at the polling station. This Voter Guide Brochure will be distributed along with the Photo Voter Slips by the BLOs. Pics: Mock elections being done in Mizoram; EVM/VVPAT demo being given to a PwD elector in telangana; Human Chain formed in Chhattisgarh; Painting by students in Madhya Pradesh; School students painting in Rajasthan; Voter Guide; Elections were announced by the Commission on 5th October 2018. the detailed press note can be seen at https://eci.nic.in/eci_main1/Current/PN_06102018.pdf
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    Elections announced for 5 States

    Assembly Elections in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram and Telangana shall be held in four phases between November 12 and December 7. The counting for all the five states will be held on December 11, 2018. The dates of elections are as follows: Chhattisgarh - 12th and 20th November (2 phases) Madhya Pradesh - 28th November Mizoram - 28th November Rajasthan - 7th December Telangana - 7th December An innovative ‘bottom up’ approach of booth level planning and management has been implemented in the 5 States where Booth Level plans for Polling Stations have been prepared containing all information and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for response to ensure smooth conduct of elections at each Polling Station. VVPATs shall be used with the EVMs in all the polling stations. The Commission has also mandated that VVPAT slip count of one randomly selected Polling Station in each Assembly Constituency by the Returning Officer by Draw of Lot in presence of all candidates shall be done for verification of the result obtained from the Control Unit. Thus, VVPAT paper slips of one polling station in each Assembly Constituency will be counted in these States. Voter Facilitation Centres have been activated in all the districts to facilitate voters. Special campaign including hands on experience, has been undertaken on EVM & VVPAT awareness starting September 2018 in view of VVPATs being used for the first time in the Assembly Elections in these states. In addition to that, short awareness film on VVPAT has been developed and widely disseminated through Cinemas, Cable TV besides Social Media including whatsapp besides others. The Model Code of Conduct comes into effect immediately with the announcement. ECI has launched c-VIGIL Android Mobile Application where ‘cVIGIL’ denotes ‘Vigilant Citizen’ . Using the application, vigilant citizens can send live reports on incidents of MCC violation within minutes of having witnessed them. The violations could be reported from the date of announcement of elections to a day after the polls without going to the office of the Returning Officer in their assembly constituency. To ensure participation of Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) in the election process, special initiatives have been rolled out ahead of these elections to facilitate persons with disabilities for enrolment as well as on poll day. Besides making awareness material accessible, extending EPIC in Braille for blind electors, sensitization of polling officials and making polling station accessible, electors with disabilities are being mapped Polling Station wise so that requisite facilitation can be extended on poll day. PwD electors shall be extended pick and drop facility on poll day to help them exercise their franchise. The Commission has also directed to issue Accessible Photo Voter Slips with Braille Features to Persons with Visual Impairment or Blind. Voter Guide (in Vernacular / English) shall be handed over to every household ahead of the elections, giving information about the date and time of polls, contact details of the BLOs, important websites, helpline numbers, documents required for identification at the polling station besides other important information including the Do’s and Don’ts for voters at the polling station. This Voter Guide Brochure will be distributed along with the Photo Voter Slips by the BLOs. Detailed Press note at https://eci.nic.in/eci_main1/Current/PN_06102018.pdf
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    This is the upcoming SVEEP Action Plan for the upcoming Assembly Elections of 2018 in Chhattisgarh.
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    Letter to MP, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram reg SVEEP Strategy for Legislative assembly in MP, Rajasthan, chhattisgarh, mizoram & Lok Sabha Election 2019 & Summary Revision Dated 13th August, 2018
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    Letter to Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, & Meghalaya reg ELC-Research study and impact assessment Dated 31st August, 2018.
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    SVEEP Strategy for General Elections to the Legislative Assembly in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram and Lok Sbha Elections 2019 besides Special Summary Revision - regarding.
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    SVEEP Action Plan for Lok Sabha Elections 2014

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