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    telangana elections 2018-19

    album of all photographs during the elections in telangana 2018-19
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    A video documentary made on 1950 in Telangana
  3. In order to increase the awareness of the public, regarding all aspects related to the Election, a stall has been set up in the All India Industrial Exhibition (Numaish) Nampally. 2019 The stall is an initiative by the Election Commission to reach out to voters at the most popular venue of the year, which is the Numaish- Nampally. Nampally Exhibition 2018-19 is one of the biggest fairs of India with a wide variety of products alluring every visitor. The Exhibition which has more than 2500 stalls, offers visitors with many interesting choices. Traders from all over the country come here to have their stalls at the exhibition. Along with this, even state and central government departments have their stalls. Numaish is also famous for the huge number of visitors that it attracts. This year Nampally exhibition is recording more than 24-25 lakh visitors. The Election Commission Stall in the Exhibition was inaugurated by the Chief Electoral Officer, Dr. Rajat Kumar. The stall which was set up with informative posters and a Live Demo of the EVM & VVPAT voting machine which was also very popular with the public. The facility for registration as New Voters was also being given at the Exhibition Stall. More than 220 Forms for Registration, ie. Form 6 have been issued at the stall and 63 filled up forms have been received so far. Form 8 which is used for voter ID card correction were also issued to 52 persons and 21 of these have been filled up and submitted at the stall. Knowledge and information about other forms 7 and 8A was also disseminated to the public through this stall. SVEEP POST CARD CAMPAIGN.doc 1950 (18th March 2019) Documentary.docx Chunav Pathashala.doc Stall at Numaish.docx
  4. Chunav Pathshalas or Electoral Literacy Clubs, are being set up across Telangana, in order to educate community members, mostly in rural areas, to increase voter awareness and promote electoral literacy, in all age groups of citizens. The main purpose of these pathshalas or literacy clubs is to familiarise the public with the electoral process of Registration and Voting. Chunav Pathshala is usually named after the polling station and is set up and coordinated by the Booth Level Officer (BLO). The BLO takes the responsibility to create awareness about the Chunav Pathshala, invite people's participation for the same and arranges for a fixed venue where the Chunav Pathshala will be held. These Pathshalas are being held once in two months with the members meeting every First Saturday of the alternate month between 2pm and 4pm as per the time best suiting the location. The BLOs are maintaining a register of the members, and sending quarterly reports to the DEO in regard of membership SVEEP POST CARD CAMPAIGN.doc 1950 (18th March 2019) Documentary.docx Chunav Pathashala.doc
  5. 1950 as a toll free helpline for the Election Commission of India number is not new to Telangana. The Department of Telecom allocated the number of 1950 to the ECI in 2014 for the purpose of registering complaints on poll related issues and the of ce of the CEO Telangana has been running a helpline with 1950, ever since. In view of the impending General Elections, the Election Commission of India has strengthened its Voter Helpline to make it easy for the Voters to get authentic information pertaining to their voter registration. The range of services provided by the Helpline Number 1950 have been refurbished and made easily accessible. 1950 is being made the ' rst point of call' for all citizens looking for help in reference to electoral services. The 1950 Voter Helpline will provide Information, Feedback, Suggestion and Complaints to all citizens. The enrolled electors in the Electoral Roll can check the details of their personal information, the Polling Station allotted for them to visit on the Poll Day, and also to know the contact details of Booth Level Of cers, Electoral Registration Of cers and District Election Of cers, by using the Voter Helpline Mobile App or through Portal or by calling 1950 Helpline Number. SVEEP POST CARD CAMPAIGN.doc 1950 (18th March 2019) Documentary.docx
  6. Postcards may seem outdated in the digital age, but a unique initiative was planned using postcards to reach out to every household of Telangana. In addition, it is quite affordable when compared to other paid communications. This programme has been launched by the Chief Electoral Ofcer, Telangana, to ensure that every voter is reached out to and feedback collected from all the recipients of the mail though the pre-addressed postcards provided along with the letter. Since the goal of the this Postcard Campaign is to increase voter turnout, it is possible to cross-reference the mailing list or the Electoral Roll against turnout data to determine its effectiveness.This campaign is one of its kind in the country where a postcard is used as a tool to reach out to 1 crore households. The Electoral Roll contains all the registered voters in any given area. It contains a variety of information, which includes: the voter's full name, address, date of birth. The Electoral Roll is crucial because the most accurate and common way to predict if someone will vote in an upcoming election is determining whether or not they have voted in the past. Objective of the Voter Contact Post Card Campaign The objective of the postcard campaign is to personally reach out to every household by the BLO. It is also aimed at collecting any query of feedback or suggestion that any voter can send directly to the CEO. It also ensures that BLOs visit every household and distribute the letters and and collect acknowledgement of each letter. SVEEP POST CARD CAMPAIGN.doc
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    Telangana, India’s youngest state , went to the polls on 7th December 2018 and it is laudable to say, that the Elections was a true celebration of democracy. The state compromising of 2.8 crore voters exercised their franchise with pride, and this massive electoral success can be attributed to the herculean efforts of the Election Commission, Telangana, under the able guidance of the Chief Electoral Officer. The electoral process began in August 2018 itself, with Voter Awareness and education as its primary goal. SVEEP activities commenced in the districts as well as the urban areas and SVEEP teams were mobilized across the state, to motivate and educate every segment of the population regarding their right to vote. This year’s motto of the Election Commission of India, was that of ‘Inclusion’ of all sectors of the population, with the theme “ No Voter to be left Behind”. The Election Commission in Telangana, headed by the Chief Electoral Officer, swung the election machinery into action, to ensure peaceful and incident-free elections and there were no re-polls. This is a landmark achievement for the youngest state in India, which displayed the highest discipline in this democratic exercise. First time Voters, youngsters, the transgenders, person with disabilities and senior citizens , all came out to vote and confidently exercised their franchise. As a result of this, the state saw a voter turnout of 73.4 %, the highest ever in the region. PWDs were given every facility and assistance to make the voting experience easy and accessible. More than 3 lakh personnel were engaged and deployed in the electoral process including Police Officers, NSS Workers, Anganwadi workers to make the conduct of Elections seamless and efficient. No efforts were spared in enabling the voters to exercise their right. Urban voters and professionals too woke up to the call of the Election Commission and came out to vote. Overall, the SVEEP Activities conducted in 2018, bore rich fruit and Assembly Elections 2018 in Telangana, demonstrated the power of the people in electing the Government of their choice. The Election Commission as the linchpin of democracy played its role to perfection.+ This volume is a continuation of the SVEEP Plan for 2018 and includes new initiatives taken up in 2019 and preparation for Lok Sabha Elections 2019. All aspects of SVEEP activities have been covered in the SVEEP plan document and any suggestion, and feedback which may improve the rollout if the plan are welcome.

About Us

SVEEPSystematic 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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