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CEO Delhi Learning on Electoral Awareness

E-learning is an effort of office of the Chief Electoral Officer, Delhi to inspire all the people, especially the students to enlighten the importance of democracy and elections and to become an effective part of it.

Related : CEO Delhi Special Summary Revision Of Electoral Roll 2018 :

All readers may willingly opt any available curriculum. After learning, whenever he/she is comfortable, may take online exam. On being successfully qualified, he/she will be awarded an online certificate for the same.

Eligible For

** Students or Teachers
** School Family
** General Readers
** Electoral Registration Officer
** Election Staff
** Returning Officer

Learning Module

Module 1: Government and Democracy
A. What is Democracy?
B. What is Election?
C. How many Elections?
D.What is Election Commission of India?

This module provides an overview of role of elections in democracy and the positioning of Election Commission in India

Module 2: Voter
A. Who can be a Voter in India?
B. How to become a Voter in India?
C. How to delete or correct the entries in the Voter list?
D. Who is the responsible officer (s) for the voter list?
This module helps in understanding the qualifications and disqualifications to become a voter in India?

Module 3: Electoral Practices
A. What is a Polling Station Area?
B. What is the schedule of Elections?
C. What is the role of Returning Officer?
This module helps in learning the concept of polling stations, timeline of election.

Module 4: Political Parties
A. Who can be a candidate in an Election?
B. What is a political party? How to register?
C. What is a Symbol?
This module helps in learning about candidate, political parties and symbols.

Module 5: Conduct of Election
A. What is polling team?
B. Who are Observers?
C. What is SVEEP?
D. What is ethical voting?
E. What is MCC?
F. What are expenditure limits?
This module exposes the learner about the conduct of elections.

What is an electoral roll?
** An electoral roll is a list of all eligible citizens who are entitled to cast their vote in an election.
** The electoral rolls are prepared Assembly Constituency wise.
** An electoral roll for any Assembly Constituency is subdivided into parts corresponding with the polling booths.
** The Election Commission of India has decided to generally have a maximum of 1200 electors per booth.
** The polling booths are so set up that no voter should ordinarily travel more than 2 kms. to reach the polling booth. Normally, one part will correspond with one polling booth.
** To exercise your franchise, the first and foremost requirement is that your name should be in the electoral roll.
** Without your name registered in the relevant part for the area where you ordinarily reside in the Assembly Constituency, you will not be allowed to exercise your franchise.
** Therefore, it is your duty to find out whether your name has been registered or not.

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