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  1. The 12th National Voters’ Day was celebrated across the country today on January 25, 2021. In the national function held at New Delhi, Hon’ble Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu’s message as the Chief Guest on the occasion was delivered virtually. In his message, he appreciated the Election Commission for its consistent efforts to improve voter turnout and also enhance the integrity of the election process. He complimented the awardees being recognized today for their commendable performance in the last elections. Former Chief Election Commissioners Shri Navin Chawla and Shri Sunil Arora, senior representatives from recognised political parties namely AITC, BSP, BJP, CPI, INC, National People’s Party; National Icons and recipients of ECI’s best electoral practices awards attended today’s event. Chief Election Commissioner, Shri Sushil Chandra reiterated Commission’s determination to make elections more inclusive, accessible and participative. He said the theme of this year’s NVD has been specifically chosen accordingly. Shri Chandra said ECI has made tremendous efforts in two directions, one to increase and facilitate registration of voters and second to make polling stations more conducive, comfortable and accessible. He pointed out that ECI has made consistent efforts and has gone that extra mile to empower and facilitate the participation of senior citizens and persons with disabilities. The Commission has brought the polling booth to the doorstep of those who found it difficult to go to the polling booth to cast their vote by offering them the option of postal ballot, he said. CEC expressed his appreciation for all field functionaries, booth level officials, security personnel and members of CAPF who performed their duties during the challenging times of the pandemic and did not let the elections suffer in any manner. Union Minister for Law and Justice, Shri Kiren Rijiju graced the occasion as the Guest of Honor. Shri Rijiju said that every voter should value their right to vote and realize that it's a privilege to be a voter in the largest democracy in the world. He added that the foundation of a successful democracy is laid on sound electoral processes. He highlighted the latest electoral reforms which facilitate registration for young eligible citizens four times a year now. Recognising the need for independence of constitutional authorities, the Union Minister stressed upon the need for coordinated functioning without compromising their independence. Shri Rijiju suggested that ECI could also begin the practice of posthumous awards to honour polling personnel who sacrifice their lives while performing election duties. In his remarks Election Commissioner Shri Rajiv Kumar noted that the tradition of democracy and democratic practices are deep-rooted in India. He said the significant development of creating ECI as a constitutional body, one day before adopting the Constitution of India, reminds us of the commitment of our founding fathers to the spirit of democracy and celebrating the resolve of its citizens. Shri Kumar reiterated that ECI is committed to providing a level playing field to all candidates and political parties so that voters can participate without fear or favour. He said that with the Election Commission of India having several reform plans at various stages of actualization, the future of elections is indeed filled with dynamic possibilities, especially through enhanced use of Information Technology across electoral processes and for welfare of voters. Election Commissioner Shri Anup Chandra Pandey welcomed the august gathering of dignitaries and awardees to the national celebration of the 12th National Voters' Day. The Election Commission of India strives relentlessly in its endeavour to ensure free, fair, participative, inclusive, and accessible elections in the world's largest democracy. He added that NVD celebrations every year reminds us of the constitutional obligation of the commission based on the premise of No Voter to be Left Behind. He pointed out that NVD 2022 marks 70 successful years of elections in India. On this occasion, the Commission conferred the National Awards for the Best Electoral Practices to Officers for their outstanding performance in the conduct of elections in different spheres. In addition, awards were also conferred on Govt. Departments and Media Houses for their outstanding contribution in the field of voter awareness and outreach. The Election Commission of India launched a publication ‘Leap of Faith: Journey of Indian Elections’. The book narrates India's electoral history and the growth of representative and electoral principles in India as it evolved from the nineteenth to twenty first century. The book focuses on the Election Commission of India’s persistent efforts to make the elections genuinely reflective of people’s verdict. Another Publication ‘Pledging to Vote – A decadal Journey of The National Voters’ Day in India’ was also released. The book presents the journey of National Voters’ Day celebrations by ECI from Diamond Jubilee celebration onwards. It includes addresses of the dignitaries who gave the occasion as the Chief Guest, speeches of Chief Election Commissioners, Messages, Curtain Raisers, Press Note and the National Award Winners over the years. Link to the e-book:’-day-in-india/ A national voter awareness contest- ‘My Vote is my Future- Power of One Vote’ was also launched to reiterate the importance of every vote through creative expression for the ongoing Assembly Elections 2022. With a host of categories like Song, Slogan, Quiz, Video Making and Poster Design, the contest will be open to all and participants will be able to send their entries till 15 March 2022. The winners shall be presented with exciting cash prizes and accolades. For more information, visit: A multimedia exhibition on various initiatives by the Commission was also displayed during the function. The exhibition showcased recent electoral reforms, information on EVM-VVPAT, international experiences, knowledgesharing and initiatives by ECI to make elections more inclusive, accessible, participative and COVID safe. Various IT initiatives like KYC app, cVigil app, etc. for an informed and vigilant voter were also displayed. During the function, five newly enrolled voters from Delhi were also felicitated and handed over their Elector Photo Identity Card (EPIC). National Voters’ Day has been celebrated all over the country on January 25 every year since 2011 to mark the Foundation day of the Election Commission of India, which was established on this day in the year 1950. The main purpose of the NVD celebration is to highlight the importance of each vote in a democracy; encourage, facilitate and maximize the enrollment of new voters and also enhance participation of voters.
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    EVM-VVPAT Awareness


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  4. जनपद मुज़फ़्फ़रनगर के ग्राम पुट्ठि इब्राहीमपुर में EVM & VVPAT जागरूकता
  5. The O/o the Chief Electoral Officer, Sikkim in association with O/o the DEO Gangtok, carried out a plantation drive in the premises of EVM warehouse at DIstrict Administrative Centre, Gangtok to celebrate the World Environment Day 2022.
  6. VAF/ELC के नोडल अधिकारियों, इंटर एवं डिग्री कॉलेज के प्रधानाचार्य और अन्य स्टॉकहोल्डर्ज़ को EVM मशीन एवं VVPAT की जानकारी अपर ज़िलाधिकारी प्रशासन मुज़फ़्फ़रनगर द्वारा दी गयी और उनको SVEEP कार्यक्रम में उनकी सहभागिता की अपेक्षा करते हुए दायित्व भी सौंपे गये
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    Radio Spot (Flipbook (Voting, Polling booth process and EVM) (Hindi)
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    This film is based on voter awareness about EVM-VVPAT in Sign Language.
  9. Isha Sawant

    Launch of Musical Videos and Informative VIdeos

    Launch of Musical Videos and Informative VIdeos on Voter Awareness and Ethical Voting by District Election Office North Goa #throwback #GoVote #SaveTheDate #Goa #23APRIL2019

    SVEEP Activities for the year 2022-2023

    Sikkim begins its SVEEP activities for ELCs in the State for the year 2022- 2023 Mock election is a great activity to impart knowledge and hands-on experience to the ELC Members, it encourages them to be participative and inculcates a sense of pride and responsibility especially in the future voters and new voters. with this motive a SVEEP drive to conduct Mock Election in all ELCs of the state has been initiated by the office of the CEO Sikkim. The following Government School from Mangan district conducted the mock election for their ELC members on month of May 2022. Name of School : (1) Mangshila Sr.Sec.School (2) Lachung Sec.School (3) Tingchim Sec.School (4) Phodong Sr.Sec.School (5) Kalzang Gyatsho Sr.Sec.School, Kabi (6) Phensong Sec School (7) Lachen Sr.Sec.School (8) Tingvong Sec.School (9) Hee Gyathang Sr.Sec School (10) Tasa Tengay Sr.Sec School, Chungthang (11) Ghor Sec.School. (12) Passingdang Sec.School. also, the Government College Mangshila conducted Orientation Programme for students (new voters) under SVEEP...the participants were informed regarding History of Election in India & Sikkim, Election procedure, EVM & VVPAT functionality, Eligibility & Documents required for voting, malpractices during election & need to vote ethically.
  11. Government College Mangshila conducted Orientation Programme for students (new voters) under SVEEP...the participants were informed regarding History of Election in India & Sikkim, Election procedure, EVM & VVPAT functionality, Eligibility & Documents required for voting, malpractices during election & need to vote ethically
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    Submission of HD videos of State Icons-reg.
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    Sending Creatives/Videos/Posters in the high resolution format-reg.
  14. Some glimpses of the special awareness programme in respect of ethical voting and screening of demonstration videos of EVM and VVPAT conducted by Shri Pravinjay Pandit Mamlatdar of Bicholim Taluka and AERO of 03 Bicholim Assembly constituency on 1.2.2019 at Latambarcem Panchayat Hall. Shri Pravinjay Pandit AERO of 03 Bicholim A.C. also delivered a talk on ethical voting to the General Public.
  15. videos on ethical voting, videos sensitizing the voters about the facilities offered by the Election Commission of India to the persons with disabilities on Poll day for making accessible Election is beamed on this video van.
  16. Launch of Voting Awareness and Ethical Voting Videos by CEO GOA Office in collaboration with District Election Officer North Goa released today #GoVote #SaveTheDate #Goa
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    Screening of ECI videos in cinema hall of District West
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    Screening of ECI videos in cinema hall of District West
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    Screening of ECI videos in cinema hall of District West
  20. Screeaning of ECI videos in cinema hall of District West
  21. TNLA2021-94 Namakkal- EVM Awareness programme for electors - On 13.03.2021

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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.   

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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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