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  1. By Priyanka Mary Francis, DEO Udupi Slogan for 2018 election is centered on acronym - IAE – ‘Inclusive, Accessible and Ethical’. In this background the Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018, efforts were made to prepare the list of Persons with Disabilities(PwDs) - polling station wise, and on the type of difficulties – visually impaired, physically challenged, hearing impaired, from November 2017. To enroll, educate and to facilitate these special category of voters to cast their vote, a training programme was conducted for Rehabilitation Volunteers, heads of special schools and hostels. Officials were informed to arrange a Helpline well in advance that takes care of transportation to and from voters residence, wheel chair facility for movement around the polling station on the day of poll. On April 18, 2018 a special training programme was organized by SVEEP committee for visually impaired persons to educate on ethical voting. Mr. Deekshit, himself a visually impaired person, administered the Braille scripted oath to the participants. To impart the hands-on skills on EVMs and VVPAT a technical session was also arranged. On the lines of the saying “Just because a person lacks the use of one’s eyes, doesn’t mean that person lacks vision” Mr. Pakeerappa another visual PWD gave an account of his feelings on this issue. On the same lines, Mrs.Prameela, a special school teacher, educated the speech and hearing impaired persons using sign language. The participants –Naveen, Ganesh, Prashanth, Niranjan, Fairoz took active part in the programme with lot of enthusiasm. Para gliding,boating and cultural events were organized for these specially-abled persons at Malpe Beach on the same evening. To facilitate the easy movement of physically disabled voters around the polling localities, 555 wheel chairs were collected from private and public hospitals, NGOs and village panchayats. Volunteers drawn from NSS, NCC, and Scouts and Guides, Ranger-Rovers were kept ready to assist them. Magnifying lenses were provided at 336 polling stations. Whenever the PWDs were not able to have their own transport facility, village panchyats provided such a facility on preplanned demand. A unique feature of the polling station No 81 at 119 Kundapur constituency, is that all the polling staff were PWDs. All these officials volunteered to perform their duty on the often quoted line “Disability need not be an obstacle to success.” In this polling station, ramp, wheel chair, walker, walking stick, blind stick, toilet for specially-abled persons, magnifying glass, pendals for shade, drinking water, seating arrangement, medical and volunteer assistance were specially arranged. Mr. Neetish, a PWD, who is working in a private organisation,has appreciated the initiatives of the election commission. He also recollected the pains he used to undergo in the past. Similarly Deepa Shetty and Nagendra appreciated the provision of magnifying glass in the polling booths. Mr. Manjunatha, Hearing impaired Aged about 45 Years, Son of Bedu Devadiga was guided to vote by special school teacher Mrs.Prameela in sign language. Candidates name, photo, symbol, voting method, details on VVPAT communicated by the teacher. After this learning process, the confident Mr. Manjunath became very happy and voted on his own.After the voting he expressed his happiness by sign language.He was happy about the facilities provided by the administration for the Pwd voters for the first time. His contentment about voting was really a lesson for “so called” educated, modern people who are reluctant to involve in the democratic process. All these happy examples laid a milestone in the history of Udupi District and definitely gave the message that “Never ignore somebody with a disability, you don’t realize how much they can inspire you”
  2. The theme and focus of SVEEP, Karnataka has been “Inclusive, Accessible and Ethical Elections”. All efforts were thus made to enhance the registration and voting of PwDs. Celebrities like Bharat Ratna awardee Prof CNR Rao, Rahul Dravid, Jnanpith awardee Dr Chandrasekhar Kambar, Ashwini Angadi, Girish N. Gowda- a para Olympian and others were roped in as State Icons. In an effort to promote participation by PwDs, 26 Polling Stations were opened and fully manned by PwDs. 388 Polling Personnel with Disabilities contributed in polling station and election-related work across the State. Special camps were organized for registration of PwDs. Campaign resources including videos, films, posters and banners featuring Icons were effectively used in cinema halls, malls, print, electronic and social media to create awareness among the target group. Special postage stamp on the theme of inclusiveness were released and a special registration and voting guide for the visually impaired in Braille script was widely distributed. The Chief Electoral Officer, sent out Personalized letters in Braille to 1000 visually-impaired voters. A special software for reading WhatsApp and other social media messages was devised. The State observed an improved turnout amongst its PwD voters as a result of its dedicated efforts.
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    Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) is a programme designed by the Election Commission of India as an intervention through varied modes and mediums to increase voters’ awareness and electoral participation in the electoral processes of the country in general and respective states in particular. This design constantly involves in improving, innovating, up scaling and motivating eligible voters and future voters for electoral education, electoral registration and voters’ turnout in the country. India being the second populous country in the world houses largest number of young cohorts indicating at the advantage of demographic dividend the country possesses.
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    Karnataka District SVEEP Plan ( Action Plan of SVEEP of Bagalkote During General Election to Karnataka Legislative Assembly, 2018 )
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    Belagavi( earlier known as "Venugrama" or the "Bamboo Village") is one of the oldest, strong, prominent and well cultured historical place nestling high in the Western Ghats. The old town area with cotton and silk weavers stands gloriously besides the modern, bustling, tree-lined British Cantonment. Step out of the forts and you have a wide choice of temples and churches to visit. Belagavi has an enviable heritage and offers much to be discovered. It lies in the zone of cultural transition between Karnataka, Maharashtra and Goa with a known antiquity clearly traceable upto 2nd Century A.D. Due to its proximity with the states of Maharashtra and Goa, Belagavi has acquired the cultural flavour of these states and blended it with the local Kannada culture to create a rich heritage, which is unique in its manifestation. It is also known as Malenadu or Rain Country and the vegetation here is verdant green throughout the year. Well, centuries have passed and today it is an entirely different story. Belagavi has now become one of the important and considered district in the state of Karnataka. Belagavi is now marching with a tag of fast growing, redeveloping district. Belagavi is exactly at the center between Mumbai and Bangalore.
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    Karnataka District SVEEP Plan ( Action Plan of SVEEP of Bellary During General Election to Karnataka Legislative Assembly, 2018)
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    Karnataka District SVEEP Plan ( Action Plan of SVEEP of Bengaluru Rural During General Election to Karnataka Legislative Assembly, 2018)
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    Karnataka District SVEEP Plan ( Action Plan of SVEEP of Bengaluru Urban During General Election to Karnataka Legislative Assembly, 2018)
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    Bengaluru Urban is the Capital of the State of Karnataka and one of the most Populous City in India and is situated in Southern India on the Deccan Plateau and it has an elevation of about 3000 Ft. above Sea level. The District is bordered on the East and North by Bengaluru Rural District, on the West by Ramanagara District and on the South by Krishnagiri District of Tamilnadu.
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    The name of Bidar appears to be derived from 'bidiru' which means bamboo. The place seems to have been known for bamboo clusters in the past, came to be known as 'Bidaroor' and then 'Bidare', 'Bidar'. Though there are other versions of origin, the name 'Bidarooru' seems to be more near one and authenticated by contemporary literary works. Bidar is a hill-top city situated on the deccan plateau, in the north-eastern part of Karnataka state in India. It is the headquarters of the Bidar District Being located at the farthest of around 700 km (430 mi) from the state capital Bengaluru. Owing To its rich heritage, the city has a prominent place in the Archaeological Map of India. Picturesquely perched on the Deccan plateau, the Bidar fort is more than 500 years old and still standing strong. According to the book "Bidar Heritage" Published by the state Department of Archaeology, Museums and Heritage, of the 61 monuments listed by the Department, about 30 are tombs located in and around Bidar city. The heritage sites in and around Bidar have become the major attraction for film shooting and Bidar is home for the second biggest Indian Air Force training centre in the country. The IAF Station Bidar is used for advanced jet training of prospective fighter pilots on BAe Hawk aircraft. Bidar city is known for its Bidri handicraft products, and its rich history. Bidar is also considered one of the holiest places for Sikh pilgrimage. Unlike other places in the region, Bidar is the coldest and wettest place in north Karnataka. For the year 2009-10, Bidar was ranked 22nd among the cleanest cities in India and 5th cleanest in Karnataka
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    Chamarajanagara is the southern-most district in the state of Karnataka. It was carved out of the original larger Mysore District in the year 1997. Chamarajanagara town is the headquarters of this district. It is the third least populous district in Karnataka (out of 30), after Kodagu and Bangalore Rural. Chamarajanagara was earlier known as Arikutara. Chamaraja Wodeyar ,the king of Mysuru was born here and hence this place was renamed after him. The geographical area of Chamarajanagar district is about 5,671.71sqkms . The district is located in the southern tip of Karnataka state and lies between the North latitude 11O40’58’’ and 12O 06’32’’ and East longitude 76O 24’14’’ and 77O 46’55’’. It falls in the southern dry zone. Topography is undulating and mountainous with north south trending hill ranges of eastern ghats. Salem and Coimbatore districts of TamilNadu in the east, Mandya and Bangalore districts in the north, parts of Mysore district in the west and Nilgiri district of TamilNadu in the south, bound the Chamarajanagar district.The District is known for a good extent of forest land within its boundaries . Hence , it has a very high population of forest-dwelling tribals-Soligas , Jenu Kurubas and Betta Kurubas. Most of these tribes inhabit the forest of BR Hills , Malai-Mahadeswara Hills, and Bandipur National Park. All of these are protected areas . These tribals have their own language, colored with strong Tamil accent. The place is also rich with sacred sites of many religions and lots of tourist spots-from trekking destinations to challenging hills and wildlife sanctuaries.
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    Karnataka District SVEEP Plan ( Action Plan of SVEEP of Chickmagalur During General Election to Karnataka Legislative Assembly, 2018)
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    It is situated at about 54 Kms from Bangalore city. Gouribidanur, Gudibande, Bagepalli and Chintamani Taluks shares borders with Ananthpur and Chittoor Districts of Andhra Pradesh. Basically Agriculture is the main source of income for the people of the District. Ground nut, Ragi, Sunflower, Grapes, Vegetables and Maize are the main crops, Sericulture and Dairy farm are the important subsidiary occupations. There are no major rivers and Industries in the District NH-7 and NH-234 pass through the District. Total geographical area of the District is 4254 Kms and the population of the District as per the 2011 census is 1254375
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    Karnataka District SVEEP Plan ( Action Plan of SVEEP of Chitradurga During General Election to Karnataka Legislative Assembly, 2018)
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    Dakshina Kannada district was known by different names in the past. In ancient times, it was known as Tulunadu, Tulu being the language spoken by a majority of the people. The name Tulunadu prevails even today since almost two thirds of the district uses Tulu as local language, though for official purposes it uses Kannada.
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    Karnataka District SVEEP Plan ( Action Plan of SVEEP of Davanagere During General Election to Karnataka Legislative Assembly, 2018)
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    One of the prominent districts in Northern Karnataka is Dharwad. The city of Dharwad along with its twin, Hubballi, is the second – largest conurbation in Karnataka after Bengaluru. The administrative headquarters of the district is the town of Dharwad. The District encompasses an area of 4263 sq. km lying between the latitudinal parallels of 150 15’ and 150 35’ North and longitudes of 750 and 750 20’ East. Before 1997 the district had an area of 13738 sq km. In 1997, the new districts of Gadag and Haveri were carved out of Dharwad's former territory.
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    Karnataka District SVEEP Plan ( Action Plan of SVEEP of Gadag During General Election to Karnataka Legislative Assembly, 2018)
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    Hassan district lies partly in the "malnad" tract and partly in the southern "maidan"(plains) tract. By considering the physical aspects, climate, rainfall, etc. the district may be divided into three regions, viz., (1) southern malnad, (2) semi-malnad and (3) southern maidan. western and north-eastern portions of the Belur taluk, western and central parts of Alur taluk and the whole of Sakaleshapura taluk constitute the "southern malnad" region, the central parts of the Arkalagud taluk, the western portion of the Hassan taluk, the eastern portion of the Alur taluk, the central and eastern parts of the Belur taluk and the western parts of the Arasikere taluk form the "semi-malnad" region. The southern maidan region includes the whole of the Holenarasipura and Channarayapatna taluks, eastern parts of the Arasikere and Hassan taluks and the south-eastern portions of the Arkalagud taluk. The southern malnad is a forest-clad hilly region with a heavy rainfall.
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    Karnataka District SVEEP Plan ( Action Plan of SVEEP of Kalaburgi During General Election to Karnataka Legislative Assembly, 2018)
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    Kodagu district is the smallest district in Karnataka state. The name is derived from Kodimalenad, which means dense forest land on steep hills. Muddu Raja, who ruled over Kodagu between 1633 and 1687 , at first had his capital at Haleri and later shifted the seat of government to Madikeri, the which town he founded and named after himself as Mudduraja Keri. Madikeri now continued to be the district headquarters of Kodagu district. In 1947 when India got Independence Kodagu was considered as ‘C’ State. Then in the year 1956, Kodagu was merged to Mysore state. This district was called as Coorg during British administration and in the year 1977 it was renamed as Kodagu.
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    Comprehensive SVEEP Action Plan for general Elections to Karnataka Legislative Assembly 2018 for Kolar District for the year 2017-18
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    Karnataka District SVEEP Plan ( Action Plan of SVEEP of Koppal During General Election to Karnataka Legislative Assembly, 2018)
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    Karnataka District SVEEP Plan ( Action Plan of SVEEP of Mandya 1 During General Election to Karnataka Legislative Assembly, 2018)
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    Karnataka District SVEEP Plan (Action Plan of SVEEP of Mandya 2 During General Election to Karnataka Legislative Assembly, 2018)

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