Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls

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Why is it Important to get Your Name Included in the Electoral Rolls?

For every constituency, there is a list of voters that is called the Electoral Roll. To be able to exercise your vote, your name must be in the Electoral Roll of the area of your residence. According to Article 326 of the Constitution and Sec. 19 of the R. P. Act, 1950, the minimum age for the registration of a voter in India is 18 years, as on the first day of January of the year in which the Electoral Roll is prepared or revised.

What You Need to Do

Anyone who is a citizen of India and is at least 18 years of age is eligible to vote. People who are not citizens of India are not eligible to vote. Non-resident Indian Citizens who are employed under the Govt. of India in a post outside India are eligible to be registered as voters as per the terms of Sec 20 (8) (d), read with Sec 20 (3) of the R. P. Act, 1950.

You can get your name included in the voters list either during a door-to-door campaign by the authorised Govt. functionaries, conducted once in every 10 years, or during annual revision, the date of which is published by the Election Department. You need to apply in the prescribed form, which is available either online or with the ERO (Election Registration Officer)/Designated Officer, and present yourself on the date of hearing. If everything is found to be in order, your name will be included in the Electoral Roll of the constituency in which you reside.

Note:

A person living in a particular constituency can only get enrolled in that constituency and in none other. Also, one’s name cannot feature in the Electoral Roll of more than one constituency at any point of time.

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Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Andaman and Nicobar Island

Eligibility

All residents of Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

Concenrned Authority

The Electoral Registration Officer.

Procedure

Form4/ Form6 should be submiited to the ERO/ AERO during Enumeration with proper documents.

4. Whom to approach for availling the service and during what hours.

Asst. ERO, Port Blair, from 9.00am to 01.00pm.

Necessary documents/papers

  • Ration Card.
  • Local Certificate.

Fee

No fee is charged.

Required Forms

The forms can only be downloaded and cannot be submitted online.

For more information, visit http://www.and.nic.in/election/default.htm.

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Andhra Pradesh

The applicaton has to be made in the prescribed format and following forms are required:

  • Form 4 : For a New entrant at the time of enumeration
  • Form 6: For inclusion of name after a draft copy of the electoral list is released.

Forms can be obtianed free of cost or from http://ceoandhra.nic.in

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Arunachal Pradesh

Eligibility Criteria

  • Must be a citizen of India.
  • He/she should have attained 18 years of age as on 1st January.
  • He/she must be an ordinary resident of the area where he/she wishes to enroll his/her name.

Concerned Authority

The Electoral Registration Officer of the concerned Assembly Constituency

Procedure

There are two ways of getting one’s name registered in the Electoral Roll.

  • During a door-to-door campaign by the authorised Govt. functionaries, which is done once in every 10 years.
  • During annual revision, the date of which is published by the Election Department. In this case the eligible person should obtain the prescribed Forms 6, 7, 8 and 8A, from the concerned Electoral Registration Officer of the locality or Polling Station or from the website, and submit the duly filled-up form to the concerned ERO or Designated Officer. Then the applicant has to present himself on the date of hearing. If everything is in order, the applicant’s name is enrolled in the Electoral Roll.

Necessary documents/papers

  • Proof showing age/citizenship
  • If shifted from other places, necessary proof of earlier entry in the voter list

Forms

  • Form-6: Application for inclusion of name
  • Form-7: Application for objecting inclusion for seeking deletion of name in E/Rolls
  • Form-8: Application for correction of particulars entered in E/Rolls
  • Form-8A: Application for transposition of entry in E/Rolls

All forms are available at http://eci.nic.in/(External website that opens in a new window) and www.ceoarunachal.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window). They can be downloaded from these websites but have to be submitted physically to the ERO, as online submission is not available.

For more information, visithttp://ceoarunachal.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Chandigarh

All details are available on the website: http://ceochandigarh.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

The forms & procedure can be downloaded from:

http://ceochandigarh.nic.in/frame.asp?lfl=left.htm&rfl=form_ind.htm(External website that opens in a new window).

 

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Delhi

FORMS

To download, click on the corresponding form names.
Form 4 Application For New Registration of Electors at the time of Enumeration(house to house verification)when enumerator finds the house repeatedly locked.
Form 6 (only for downloading) Application for inclusion of name in electoral roll after draft publication of draft roll (if your name is not included in the draft role). This option allow you to only download the form, To submit form 6 online click here(Form 6 Online)(External website that opens in a new window)
Form 7 Application for objection to inclusion of name in electoral roll.
Form 8 Application for objection to particulars entered in electoral roll.
Form 8A Application for transposition of entry in electoral roll.
Forms for Candidate
Form 2A (20 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) Nomination paper for Lok Sabha Election
Form 2B (16 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) Nomination paper for Legislative Assembly Election
Affidavit regarding Criminal Cases
AFFIDAVIT (80 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) Affidavit regarding Assets

PROCEDURES

Procedure for obtaining certified entry of Electoral Roll.

After the publication of Rolls you can obtain a copy of the certified entry by approaching the ERO concerned. You will be required to deposit some money and thereafter the ERO will issue the required certificate.

Rationalisation/ change in existing Polling Stations:

The process of rationalisation and changing of existing Polling Stations will start after the publication of the Roll. For this purpose consultation will be held with the representatives of the Political Parties before any changes are made. You are invited to give your suggestions in this regard through E-mail at the following address: contact@ceodelhi.com(External website that opens in a new window)

For inclusion of your name in the Electoral Rolls, fill the following forms:

To download, click on the corresponding form names.
Form 6 In case your name is not included in draft rolls being published . This form should be submitted to your ERO.
Form 7 In case you want to delete any name from the Electoral Roll.
Form 8 In case a modification in any entry is required.

Note :
You cannot have names at two places (Assembly Constituency or in the State) so please get your name deleted before adding it at a new address.

For any Election related enquiry, please call Helpline.

Helpline No. 011-23918888

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q.1 I have shifted my residence recently. How do I ensure that I am enrolled in my new place of residence and my name is deleted from the old place?

Ans. In case new residence is in the same constituency please fill form 8A otherwise form 6 and submit to ERO (SDM) or AERO (FSO) of the area of your new residence.

Q.2 I have shifted my residence recently. I have Photo ID Card with the old address. Can I get new I Card for the present address?

Ans .First of all please ensure that you have enrolled your self in the Electoral Roll of the concerned AC, where you are now residing procedure is given as in ans no.1. Subsequently, changes will be made in existing Identity Card by pasting new address on the back side of the card.

Q.3 My old I Card is defective. I would like to have a new I Card with correct particulars. What is the procedure?

Ans. You can get your I Card rectified by depositing it in the Office of the ERO concerned or at Photography center when the work of preparation of Photo ID card begins.

Q.4 I do not have a ration card. Can I get enrolled without a ration card? What are the other documents, which I can show as proof of my residence?

Ans. Ration Card is not necessary, however you can show any other proof of residence like Passport, Bank Pass Book, Driving license etc. or any Govt. document to facilitate the work of registration. Proof of residence is not necessary.

Q.5 I am a tenant and my landlord does not want me to get enrolled. How can I get enrolled as a voter?

Ans . To get enrolled in the voter list is your fundamental right. Please check the Electoral role of your area ar ERO (SDM)/AERO (FSO) office. If your name is not included please fill up Form 6 and deposit it with the ERO.

Q.6 I have shifted my residence recently to Delhi from another State where I was registered as a voter. I have an I Card issued from the previous place of residence. How can I get a new I Card at the present place of address and what will I do with the old I Card?

Ans. Please get your name deleted from the previous address, which will facilitate your registration in Delhi.After that please get enrolled by filling up form-6 and depositing the same aong with the proof of deletion in the office of SDM/FSO. Your address can be changed on the back side of the Card as the same card wil remain valid.

Q.7 I will be attaining the age of 18 on 1.1.2002. What proof do I need to show to get enrolled?

Ans. You can submit the proof of Date of Birth from the authorized agency (Passport, Matric certificate, Date of Birth certificate etc.)

Q.8. When I fill up Form 4, should I attach proof of my residence with Form 4?

Ans. It is not necessary but if you attach a proof of residence, this will help early verification of the particulars given by you.

Q.9. When I fill up Form 4, should I attach proof of my residence with Form 4?

Ans. The special compaign are run for preparation of I card from time to time. The schedule & designated locations are published through News papers and are available on website. I card are prepaired on contineous basis in the office of Jt CEO/DC of your area.

Q.10 Enumerator has visited my house and taken down the detailes. How do i ensure that my name is finally included in the electoral rolls ?

Ans. He must have handed over you record of Enumeration, which is your acknowledgement. You can check your name in the draft roll, which will be published and available at the office of the ERO concerned to confirm that your name exists in the roll.

Q.11 Please give me details of my Polling Station and Assembly Constituency. Who do I contact to get these details?

Ans. This would be possible only when you tell your complete address at the reception/enquiry. The phone No. is 23918888. You can check it from the ECI or CEO office website also.

Q.12 I have lost my old I Card. How can I get a new I Card?

Ans. You can deposit a copy of FIR lodged at the Police Station. You will get a new I Card after deposit Rs. 25. The dates for issuing I Cards are published in leading Newspapers, in Jt CEO/DC office then cards are made throught the year.

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Goa

Concerned Authority

The Mamlatdar/the Assistant Registration Officer in the office of the Mamlatdar

Necessary Documents

Enclose a copy of the Birth Certificate if the age is 18 years, in support of the claim. In case of an adult, a copy of the ration card is to be furnished.

Procedure

  • Apply to the Mamlatdar/Assistant Electoral Registration Officer concerned in the prescribed Form No.6 available in the office of the Mamlatdar.
  • Enclose a copy of the Birth Certificate if the age is 18 years, in support of the claim. In case of an adult, a copy of the ration card is to be furnished.
  • The Mamlatdar/Assistant Electoral Registration Officer, after scrutiny of the application, will include the name in the Electoral Roll if it is found to be correct in all respects. It is a quasi-judicial process.

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Haryana

Concerned Authority

Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM).

Procedure

Apply on the form to the SDM, along with proof af age and proof of residence. A date for clicking of the photograph for the voter’s card is fixed after verification of the documents. After a specified period after the photo is taken, the photo identity card is issued by SDM Office to the concerned person.

Documents Required

  • Proof of age
  • Proof of residence

For more information, visit http://ceoharyana.nic.in/

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Himachal Pradesh

Procedure

  1. Online registration in the electoral roll is available for all eligible citizens in the state of Himachal Pradesh. For checking the eligibility criteria please visit the official website of the Election Department.
  2. Fill up the form properly and click on the submit button. An email will be sent to your email account for confirmation by you.
  3. For confirmation of registration please check your email account and click on the link. Your application will be processed by the Election Department only after this confirmation.
  4. The confirmed registration/ application will be further forwarded to the concerned Election officials.
  5. The postman or some other authority will come to your place for enquiry/ verification and for obtaining your signatures.
  6. Only if your details are verified to be correct, your name will be enrolled in the Electoral Roll.
  7. Confirmation regarding your enrollment as an elector will be sent through email to you.
  8. For further information the concerned Electoral Registration Officer (SDM) may also be contacted. Details of their addresses can be obtained from the official website of the Election Department.

For more info, visit: http://ceohimachal.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Karnataka

To include your name in the voters’ list in Karnataka State you have to first submit Form No. 6, which may be obtained from either your corresponding corporation office, or from the office of the Assistant Revenue Officer, or from one of the polling stations set up in your locality.

As proof of identity and place of residence, any one of the following documents have to be produced along with Form 6: Ration card, driving license, passport, khata certificate, house rent receipt, property tax receipt, bank passbook, electricity bill, telephone bill, bus pass, train pass or student identity card. For age proof, the birth certificate or school certificate can be produced. The forms may be submitted at the polling station of the respective locality where you reside when the next revision of the voters’ list starts.

For further information, visit http://ceokarnataka.nic.in/

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Lakshadweep

The Office of the Chief Electoral Officer, U.T of Lakshadweep, provides the service of Online Enrollment in Electoral Roll through this website: http://ceolakshadweep.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window). All eligible people to be enrolled in the Electoral Roll can submit the application online. A reply mail will be sent to them for confirmation with a unique ID. The user can check the status of his/her application anytime. After necessary inspection, the user gets enrolled in the list, and a mail is sent to the user showing the name and address of the polling station alloted to him/her.

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Maharashtra

Concerned Authority

Electoral Office in the City or the respective District Election Branch located at the district Collectorate Office

Eligibility

Every person who:

  • Is not less than 18 years of age on the qualifying date and
  • Is an ordinary resident of the Constituency and
  • Is an Indian Citizen.

Forms

Every eligible person has to submit the claim and objection in the following forms (Rule 13):

  • Inclusion of name (Form No.6)
  • Objection to inclusion of name (Form No.7)
  • Objection to particulars in an entry (Form No.8)

Necessary documents/papers

Proof of Residence and Age

Note: The above forms are downloadable from http://ceo.maharashtra.gov.in/votersForm.php(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Meghalaya

For every constituency, there is a voters’ list. Article 326 of the Constitution, and Sec.19 of the R.P. Act, 1950 stipulate that the minimum age for registration of a voter is 18 years.

A person who is not a citizen of India cannot be registered as a voter. Article 326 of the Constitution, read with Sec. 16 of R.P. Act, 1950 clarify the point.

You have to submit a filled-in Form-6 to the ERO of the Assembly Constituency.

For further information, visit : http://ceomeghalaya.nic.in/

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Mizoram

Eligibility

For inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls, the applicant

  • Must be a citizen of India.
  • Must have attained 18 years of age as on 1st January.
  • Must be an ordinary resident of the area where he/she wishes to enrol his/her name.

Department/Officer Concerned

Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) of the concerned Assembly Constituency.

Documents/Papers/Fee to be taken along

  • Proof showing age/citizenship.
  • If shifted from other places, necessary proof of earlier entry in the voters’ list.

No fee is charged for the service.

Procedure

There are two ways of getting one’s name registered in the Electoral Roll.

  • During a door-to-door campaign by the authorised Govt. functionaries, which is done once in every 10 years.
  • During annual revision, the date of which is published by the Election Department. In this case the eligible person should obtain the appropriate form from the concerned Electoral Registration Officer of the locality or Polling Station or from the website(External website that opens in a new window) and submit the duly filled-up form to the concerned ERO or Designated Officer. Then the applicant has to present himself on the date of hearing. If everything is in order, the applicant’s name is enrolled in the Electoral Roll.

The forms may be downloaded from the following links

All forms are also available at http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/index.asp(External website that opens in a new window) and http://ceomizoram.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window)

The forms have to be submitted physically to the ERO concerned or may be submitted online.

For further information, visit : http://ceomizoram.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Puducherry

Eligibility

  • Should be a citizen of India
  • Should have attained at least 18 years of age
  • Should be a resident of the constituency where he/she wants to get enrolled, with sound mind and not disqualified from voting under the law.

Procedure

A person can get included in the Electoral Rolls by submitting Form-6 to the concerned ERO/AERO. The person should be a citizen of India, of not less than 18 years of age as on the qualifying date and ordinarily a resident of the constituency where he wants to get enrolled, with a sound mind and not disqualified from voting under the law.

Necessary Documents

The required documents for verification are:

  • Proof of age
  • Proof of citizenship
  • Proof of ordinary residence

The registration of application is also being carried out this year (2005) through the website. Through online submission, the application is received by the Election Department. These applications are forwarded to the concerned EROS/AEROs. A different date was announced for people registered through the Web, for verification of documents.

For more information, visithttp://ceopondicherry.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Punjab

For inclusion of your name in the Electoral Rolls, fill the following forms:

  • Form 6: In case your name is not included in the draft rolls being published. This form should be submitted to your ERO.
  • Form 7: In case you want to delete your name from the Electoral Roll.
  • Form 8: In case a modification in any entry is required.

There is no fee for inclusion of names in the Electoral Rolls.

Forms are available at http://ceopunjab.nic.in/English/forms/indexw.html(External website that opens in a new window).

For details, visit http://ceopunjab.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Rajasthan

Eligibility

For inclusion of his/her name in the electoral rolls, the applicant:

  • Must be a citizen of India.
  • Must have attained 18 years of age as on 1st January.
  • Must be an ordinary resident of the area where he/she wishes to enrol his/her name.

Procedure

There are two ways of getting the name registered in the Electoral Roll:

  • During a door-to-door campaign by the authorised Govt. functionaries, which is done once in every 10 years.
  • During annual revision, the date of which is published by the Election Department. In this case the eligible person should obtain the appropriate form from the concerned Electoral Registration Officer of the locality or Polling Station, or from the website(External website that opens in a new window), and submit the duly filled-up form to the concerned ERO or Designated Officer. Then the applicant has to present himself on the date of hearing. If everything is in order, the applicant’s name is enrolled in the Electoral Roll.

Forms

Form 6 (16 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) –Application for inclusion of name.
Form 7 (16 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) -Application for objecting inclusion of name in or seeking deletion of name from Electoral Rolls.
Form 8 (12 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) –Application for correction of particulars entered in Electoral Rolls.
Form 8A (16 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) –Application for transposition of entry in Electoral Rolls.

All forms are also available at http://eci.nic.in/(External website that opens in a new window) and http://www.ceorajasthan.nic.in/(External website that opens in a new window)

The forms have to be submitted physically to the ERO concerned. They cannot be submitted online.

Concerned Authority

The Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) of the concerned Assembly Constituency.

Necessary documents/papers

  • Proof showing age/citizenship.
  • If shifted from other places, necessary proof of earlier entry in the voters’ list.

Fee

No fee is charged for the service.

For further information, visit : http://www.ceorajasthan.nic.in/(External website that opens in a new window)

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Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Sikkim

Eligibility

  • Should be at least 18 years of age.
  • Should be a citizen of Sikkim.

Necessary Documents

Birth Certificate

Procedure

For inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls, the person concerned should be 18 years of age and should have the Birth Certificate to prove it. He/she should be a Sikkim Subject Certificate (SSC) holder or a Certificate of Identification (COI) holder, or he/she must have a document to prove that the applicant has been staying in Sikkim for more than seven years. If he has migrated from any other part of India, he/she should have the proof of deletion of his name from the previous place. He has to fill Form 6, which can also be downloaded from this website:http://ceosikkim.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window) or can be obtained from the District Collectorate’s Election Cell.

Fees

No fees will be paid by the applicant to include his/her name in the Electoral Rolls.

For further information, visithttp://ceosikkim.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Tamil Nadu

For more information, visithttp://www.elections.tn.nic.in/electoral_rolls.htm(External website that opens in a new window).

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Tripura

Any citizen in Tripura can own a land by any of the following processes of Mutation:

  • Sale
  • Partition
  • Gift
  • Mortgage
  • Will
  • Inheritance
  • Exchange
  • Court decree

Concerned Departments

Office of Tehsildar, Office of Deputy Collector and Magistrate (DCM) or Revenue Inspector (RI) at Revenue Circle level and District Magistrate & Collector (DM) in the District level

Procedure [to get a Khatian (Record of Right)]

  • The applicant has to register his/her land transaction document as per the procedure detailed as Registration of Document with the Office of the Sub-Registrar.
  • After acquiring the land registration document “Dalil” (Sale Deed Registration/Gift Deed Registration/or any Registration Deed arising from above process of owning land), the interested applicant will visit Tehsil office (TK) and apply for mutation in Form No. 21 of TRLR ACT (Application form for Mutation).
  • Any person who prays for mutation is required to state in his report the lands already held by him.
  • Tehsildar (Officer-In-Charge of TK) shall acknowledge the receipt of the application form 21 by making a counter-foil, duly filled in, signed and dated.
  • Tehsildar would enter the details in his Mutation register (form 20 of TRLR ACT).
  • Notice is generated and served to all concerned land holders with a date fixed for hearing.
  • Any objection to the mutation received either orally or in writing to the Tehsil office before the date of hearing, shall be recorded in the disputed mutation case register (Form 22 of TRLR ACT).
  • The acknowledgement of the objection shall be given in Form 23 TRLR Act.
  • Entries in the mutation register shall be tested by the Circle officer (DCM or RI) and shall order for field enquiry to the Tehsil office before the date of hearing. Field enquiry shall be conducted by an Amin.
  • Based upon the field enquiry, hearing is completed at the concerned TK office by the concerned Mutation Officer (RI or Kanungo of the office of DCM).
  • After hearing, the applicant is requested to submit FORM B (Form for getting new ROR). At the same time, the Tehsil office will prepare the Badar Register, Touzi mill Register, Jama Bandi Register and send the case record to DCM’s office.
  • After checking all the documents, DCM may pass an order of mutation over Form B.
  • Handing over of Khatian to the concerned person: The charges are also collected from the concerned person @ Rs.15/- per page of Khatian and @ Rs.4/- per extra page of the concerned Khatian.
  • Acknowledgement receipt is issued to the concerned person as a proof of collection of charge.

Necessary Documents

  • DALIL (Deed Registration)
  • ROR fee – @ Rs.15/- per page of Khatian and @ Rs.4/- per extra page

Other information

The form for report of mutation is available at http://www.tripura.nic.in/land/land.pdf (96 KB)(PDF file that opens in a new window) .

Eligibility

  • Must be a Citizen of India.
  • Must have attained 18 years of age as on 1st January of that year.
  • Must be an ordinary resident of the area where he/she wishes to enrol his/her name.

Procedure

There are two ways of getting one’s name registered in the Electoral Roll.

  • During the door-to-door campaign by the authorised Government functionaries, which is done once in every 10 years, or as desired by the Election Commission of India.
  • During annual revision, the date of which is published by the Election Department. In this case, the eligible person should obtain the appropriate form from the concerned Electoral Registration Officer of the locality or Polling Station, and submit the duly filled-up form to the concerned ERO or Designated Officer. Then the applicant has to present himself on the date of hearing. If everything is in order, the applicant’s name is enrolled in the Electoral Roll.

In case of lodging objection/seeking deletion of name from Electoral Roll, a person can apply in Form-7 to the ERO concerned. The ERO shall call both the parties for hearing and take a decision.

In case of correction of Name, Age, Address, etc. in the voters’ list, an application should be made to ERO concerned in Form-8.

In case of transposition, Form-8A is to be used. Application is to be made to the ERO concerned.

Forms

Form 6: (PDF file that opens in a new window)Application for inclusion of name

Form 7: (PDF file that opens in a new window)Application for objecting inclusion of name in or seeking deletion of name from Electoral Rolls.

Form 8: (PDF file that opens in a new window)Application for correction of particulars entered in Electoral Rolls.

Form 8A (13 KB): (PDF file that opens in a new window)Application for transposition of entry in Electoral Rolls.

The forms have to be submitted physically or by post to the ERO concerned.

Concerned Authority

The Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) of the concerned Assembly Constituency.

Necessary documents/papers:

  • Proof showing age/citizenship.
  • If shifted from other places, necessary proof of earlier entry in the voters’ list.

Fee

No fee is charged for the service.

For further information, visit: http://www.ceotripura.nic.in/

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Uttar Pradesh

Eligibility

  • Must be a Citizen of India.
  • Must have attained 18 years of age as on 1st January of that year.
  • Must be an ordinary resident of the area where he/she wishes to enrol his/her name.

Procedure

There are two ways of getting one’s name registered in the Electoral Roll.

  • During the door-to-door campaign by the authorised Government functionaries, which is done once in every 10 years.
  • During annual revision, the date of which is published by the Election Department. In this case, the eligible person should obtain the appropriate form from the concerned Electoral Registration Officer of the locality or Polling Station, or from the website(External website that opens in a new window), and submit the duly filled-up form to the concerned ERO or Designated Officer. Then the applicant has to present himself on the date of hearing. If everything is in order, the applicant’s name is enrolled in the Electoral Roll.

The forms may be downloaded from the following links

Form – 4(PDF file that opens in a new window) Application For new Registration of Electors at the time of Enumeration (house to house verification) when the enumerator finds the house repeatedly locked.

Form – 6 (English)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Hindi)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Urdu)(PDF file that opens in a new window) –Application for inclusion of name.

Form – 7 (English)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Hindi)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Urdu)(PDF file that opens in a new window) –Application for objecting inclusion of name in or seeking deletion of name from Electoral Rolls.

Form -8 (English)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Hindi)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Urdu)(PDF file that opens in a new window) –Application for correction of particulars entered in Electoral Rolls.

Form – 8A (English)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Hindi)(PDF file that opens in a new window) (Urdu)(PDF file that opens in a new window) –Application for transposition of entry in Electoral Rolls.

All forms are also available at http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/index.asp(External website that opens in a new window) and http://www.ceouttarpradesh.nic.in/(External website that opens in a new window).

The forms have to be submitted physically to the ERO concerned. They cannot be submitted online.

Concerned Authority

The Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) of the concerned Assembly Constituency.

Concerned Authority

  • Proof showing age/citizenship.
  • If shifted from other places, necessary proof of earlier entry in the voters’ list.

Fee

No fee is charged for the service.

For more information, visit :

Chief Electoral Officer, Uttar Pradesh

Apply for Inclusion of name in the Electoral Rolls: Uttarakhand

Eligibility

Any Indian citizen who has attained the age of 18 years or above at the time of revision of Electoral Rolls, and resides in that area and locality in which he/she wants his/her name to be included in the Electoral Rolls.

Concerned Authority

The Office of the Electoral Registration Officer/ District Election Officer at the District Level

Procedure

For the inclusion of a name in the Electoral Rolls, the eligible person has to apply in the ECI’s prescribed Form No.6 at the office of the District Election Officer/ Electoral Registration Officer in the District in which he/she resides.

Fee

Nil

Forms

Form No.6 for inclusion of Name in the Electoral Roll. It can be downloaded from the CEO-Uttaranchal’s website(External website that opens in a new window).
Facility for online submission of forms is presently not available.

Other relevant details relating to the service

It is the responsibility of every individual concerned to know the status of his/her application from the concerned office of the DEO/ERO and the reason if it is not included in the Electoral Roll.

For further information, visithttp://www.ceouttaranchal.nic.in(External website that opens in a new window).

 

 

 

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