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    A voter turnout of 88% (i.e.10 percentage above the previous Assembly elections 2011 figure of 78%) in the ensuing Assembly elections 2016. To encourage all eligible young voters to get enrolled in Electoral Roll, by conducting special facilitation camps in educational institutions. To completely remove the existing gender gap noticed in enrollment. To ensure that no groups / Communities are left out in enrollment. To increase the voter awareness level among the urban population which normally accounts for low turnout, by conducting special campaigns focusing on using digital and social media, like facebook and twitter. To ensure that all polling personnel who turn up for polling duty are provided with postal ballot well in advance and facilitative steps are taken to ensure that all of them exercise their voting without fail. To ensure that all those who vote, do ethical voting without being influenced by any undue inducement or intimidation.
  2. An Action Plan for TNLA 2016 In Tamil Nadu, a special campaign for PwDs was organised. Following initiatives were taken. Preparation and collection of polling station wise differently-abled people details. The details include the EPIC card number, the type of disability, the kind of assistance required during and before the polling day and telephone number Use of a dedicated phone number coupled with 1950 to facilitate on call enrolment. Indication of differently-abled voters in the electoral roll Braille enabled voter slips Volunteers to be deployed to facilitate enrolment in orphanages and homes Activities conducted during Awareness phase Preparation of volunteers tagging software called as “Enable Pondy by Young Pondy” to offer a basket of services to the differently-abled people by the volunteers including college students, Red Cross Members and NGOs. Conduct of cultural programmes (constituency-wise) in a phase manner to increase the morale and awareness level of the differently-abled voters. Conduct of Differently abled Voters Day Awareness messages in the form of posters and stickers to be Braille enabled. Video awareness messages shall be prepared with sign language interpretation. Motivational SMS to all the differently-abled voters every week. Constitution of differently-abled activist groups to act as volunteers to monitor the implementation of initiatives at the Polling Station level. Confidence Building Measures (CBM) by distributing awareness material through volunteers. Polling Day Arrangements: Provision of permanent sturdy ramp with handrails ( 3” width, gradient of 1:12 to 1:10) , Wheelchair, Wide non-slippery path. Separate queue for senior citizens and differently abled people, seating arrangements inside the Polling Station. Ensuring 3 feet wide doorways at the entry and exit points, providing adequate space inside the Poll Station. Desk and counters at wheel chair accessible height Ballot sheet and EVMs should be in Braille Braille Enabled Voters Slips The table where the EVMs placed shall be of adjustable height To provide amplifiers for hearing impaired, sign language Interpreters and trained volunteers on the Poll Day Drinking water facility at accessible height Easily accessible rest rooms, Thank You cards Specific Initiatives Sensitisation of BLOs and all election facilities on the importance and sensitivity of addressing the needs of the differently-abled voters was initiated. Website of the Election Department was linked with that of the Social Welfare Department to facilitate data sharing.
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    The Election Commission of India through the Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) initiative had tried all possible measures to ensure that all eligible voters exercise their electoral rights during the Lok Sabha Elections, 2014. During this election, in Tamil Nadu we were able to achieve a voter turnout of 73.74% which is marginally higher than the voting turnout during the previous parliamentary elections in 2009, which was 73.05 %.
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    Forwarding SVEEP creatives used during bye-election in tamil Nadu Assembly Election - reg.
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    Central Awareness Observers for GE to the Legislative Assemblies of Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bangal and Puducherry 2016-reg.
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    SVEEP action plan for Madurai district has been prepared to carry out various SVEEP activities specifically for the purpose of creating awareness among voters regarding 100% registration and maximum voter turnout in ensuing General Elections to Tamilnadu Legislative Assembly, 2016
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    General Elections to Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly-2016 Madurai District SVEEP for Vote
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    Elections-SVEEP II Plan for Lok Sabha, 2014-Furnished
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    Handbook on election related information for campus ambassadors
  10. Election commission of India presenta a short film on Voter Awareness If you are 18 or above, Register today to Vote Contact your BLO or Electoral Registration Officer or Asst. Electoral Registration Officer. You can also Register Online on Chief Electoral Officer's Website Vote now, It is simple, fast and easy Vote is your Power, Vote with Pride and Joy

About Us

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.   

Election Commission of India

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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