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  1. 35 downloads

    Action Plan on Accessible Election 2018-19-reg.
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    SVEEP Strategy for Lok Sabha Elections 2019 including the special Revision of Electoral Roll of Intersive nature and the SVEEP Action Plan thereof -reg.
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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.
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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.
  5. 45 downloads

    SVEEP PHASE II Duration: FY 2013-14 to FY 2017-18 (5 yrs)
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    Action Plan – SVEEP for Vidhan Sabha Elections 2014 To abridge the remaining EPR gap which has been reduced substantially in the last two years To have an alert and well-informed electors who are aware of their rights and duties in the electoral democracy. To increase the share of female electors in the electoral rolls by way of enhancing their enrolments in bulk and targeted fashion. To promote ethical voting by the electors as and when the opportunity comes by launching campaigns on a massive scale. To increase the postal ballot voting by educating employees and service voters of the State. To find the major thrust places where voter turnout during previous Elections & Enrollment is very low. To understand & break the urban apathy for low voter turnout. To change the mentality of people who believe that voter enrollment is not valued for female by putting maximum effort to increase the participation of women in electoral process. To bring the enthusiasm among the youth of 18-20 age-group to get their names enrolled in voter’s list and ensure maximum and complete participation especially of young voters in coming Vidhan Sabha Election 2014.
  7. 14 downloads

    'Democracy' as plainly understood is a rule of people that inevitably require people's participation for its existence. It derives its strength from the 'will of the people' that is best expressed through their voting right. The spirit of democracy is deeply ingrained in the ethos of India from time immemorial and there are several religious and historical references to it. After independence in 1947, India adopted the Democratic system of governance better known as Parliamentary Democracy. The constitution of India bestows the voting right to every citizen above the age of eighteen years without any discrimination on the basis of gender, caste, religion, culture and socio-political consideration except those mentally unfit and disenfranchised by the law.
  8. 37 downloads

    Bihar being the birthplace of first republic of the world has always showed firm commitment to democracy, rather guided it to its cause so many times. Being the 12th largest states of India in terms of geographical area and 2nd in terms of population, Bihar may be put at the lower strata for many reasons but it stands alone so far as political activism is concerned. Election in Bihar has witnessed a fluctuating and decreasing trend of voter turnout both in Parliamentary and State Assembly Elections held during the last twenty years. The 12th General election that was held in 1998 recorded the highest voter turnout of 64.06 % but the general elections that followed after could not maintain the rising trend of voter turnout and it came down to 44.4 % in general election that was held in 2009. Hence extra efforts were made to ensure that the eligible electors get enrolled and a maximum number of these registered electors exercise their rights of franchise in General Elections 2014. The overall SVEEP strategy in the state, therefore, was to counter challenges that restrict the electoral participation in Bihar which resulted in a significant rise of 12.28% in voter turnout. However, in spite of robust SVEEP activities during LS 2014 in Bihar (approx 44%) registered voters could not vote here due to the variety of factors that may have contributed.
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    This document has been planned as a compilation of the State SVEEP Plan for the Assembly General Elections 2016 developed by the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer, West Bengal and the District SVEEP Plans developed by the District Election Officers. Since at the time of preparation of this document, we are headlong into implementation of the plan, there are reports on the print and audio visual materials developed so far and also some of the activities initiated on ground. Moreover, any SVEEP Plan for the elections is the culmination of the SVEEP Plan for electoral registration.The final publication of the electoral rolls along with the National Voters’ Day having been close precursors to the poll, some glimpses from the SVEEP activities for electoral registration till the National Voters’ Day have also been included into the document.
  10. 26 downloads

    Kerala is a pioneer in many social sectors such as literacy, health, education, standard of living etc. The people are highly aware politically and are conscious about their rights as citizens. The fact that the electorate in the State has switched preference to the UDF or LDF in the General Elections in the past clearly proves that democratic values are deeply rooted in its social fabric. Though communal overtures are visible in some areas, the society is more or less secular in nature. The media penetration is very high with highly circulated Newspapers, Periodicals and a large number of Malayalam TV Channels. All major political parties in Kerala are having their own Newspapers and TV Channels.
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    An overall increase in turnout over last assembly election, including in the identified low turnout polling stations. Inclusive elections in active participation from excluded groups/ communities. Removal of the gender gap. Increase in postal ballot voting by facilitating and educating service voters and employees. Visible enhancement in the quality of electoral participation in terms of informed, ethical and inducement free voting.
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    The State SVEEP Plan for General Election to Kerala Legislative Assembly 2016, prepared on the basis of the findings and recommendations of the KAP Baseline Survey conducted by the Department of Political Science; the University of Kerala, is an attempt to scale greater heights. We hope our endeavor would bear fruits in the best interests of democracy and the country.
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    Strategic & Action Plan SVEEP for Legislative Assembly Elections, 2017 : Gujarat Gujarat has been following an evidence based SVEEP strategy based on situational analysis and gap analysis of the past experiences, learning and past election statistics for identifying areas for targeted intervention. A KABP study was carried out in 2012- 13 before and after the 2012 Assembly elections to understand Voters’ knowledge, attitude, behaviour and practices. This practice has been made an integral part of election management process since then. A systematic Situation and Gap analysis process is carried out by Gujarat at State level as well as at each of the districts well in advance before each election. This provides valuable insights into the Voters’ mind-set. This forms basis of SVEEP strategy and plan. SVEEP Plan is prepared as a regular process at State level and at district levels. Each district prepares a plan and submits it to CEO office, which is followed by a State level plan preparation
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    Comprehensive SVEEP Plan for Enhanced Electoral Participation in General Elections to State Legislative Assembly, 2017: Himachal Pradesh
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    STATE SVEEP PLAN FOR ELECTIONS 2017(INCL NVD 2017) Increase voter turnout over the last Assembly elections, especially in such identified polling stations where turnout was low, through targeted interventions. Ensure active participation of excluded groups/communities. Remove gender gaps in voter turnout. Increase postal ballot voting by facilitating and educating service voters/employees and their organizations. Ensure visible enhancement in the quality of electoral participation in terms of informed, ethical and inducement free voting. Strive to achieve 100% registration of all eligible voters with the vision ‘No voter to be left behind’. Ensure visible enhancement in voting percentage of Persons with Disabilities (PwDs), Transgenders, Senior Citizens and other marginalized groups
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    Strive to achieve 5% increase in the overall voter turnout in the 2016 Assembly Elections compared to 2011 Assembly Elections (86.19%). Identifying 10% of low voter turnout polling stations and strive to achieve 15% increase in their voter turnout during the General Elections to Puducherry Legislative Assembly, 2016 through targeted interventions. To strive to achieve 100% registration of all eligible voters with the vision“No voters left behind” Creating awareness emphasizing the need for informed and ethical voting practices with the vision - “Inclusive and qualitative electoral participation”. Visible enhancement of voting percentage of Persons with Disabilities and Transgender, Senior Citizens, and excluded groups. Strive to maximize the percentage of postal ballot voters by facilitating and educating service voters and officials on election duty.
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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)
  20. 34 downloads

    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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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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