Organisation : CEO Meghalaya
Facility : Apply Online For Correction to Particulars Entered in Electoral Roll Form 8
Home Page : http://ceomeghalaya.nic.in/
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Correction to Particulars in Electoral Roll
Application for Correction of particulars in the Electoral Roll (Form – 8) :
Please select/enter the AC No,Part No and Serial No of the person for Correction of Particulars
** Ac No
** Part No
** Name of the Voter
Related : NVSP Online Correction of Entries in Electoral Rolls Form 8 : www.electionin.in/549.html
Documentary proof of age will be required only in those cases, where age of the applicant is between 18 & 21 years.
I. Applicant’s Details:
** First Name*
** Part Number of electoral roll*
** Serial number in that part*
** Date of Birth (if known)
** Age *(as on 01-01-2012)
** Sex * Male Female
** Father’s/Mother’s/Husband’s First Name*
** Father’s/Mother’s/Husband’s Last Name*
II. Particular of place of present ordinary residence(Full Address):
** House No/Door No.*
** Post Office
** Pin Code
III. Details of Elector’s Photo Identity Card (if issued,in this or some other constituency):
** ID Card No*
** Name of Constituency*
IV. Details of entries to be corrected:
*My name / *Age / *Father’s /Mother’s /Husband’s name / *Sex / *Address / *Elector’s Photo Identity Card Number may be corrected in terms of information provided in this Form above.
** E-mail ID
** Mobile No
What other formalities are required to be fulfilled at the time of filing claim application? :
Ans. If, the application is sent by post, the photo-copy of the documents referred to in the answer to question 7 above should be duly self attested. If the application is submitted in person before the ERO, the original passport should be produced for verification.
Where can the list of claims and objections be seen? :
Ans. It can be seen on the website of the CEO of the State concerned. It also can be seen on the notice board of the ERO.
Is personal appearance of applicant or hearing parties necessary? If yes, how will the hearing be conducted? :
Ans. Normally personal appearance or hearing is not necessary. If duly self attested copies of all necessary documents are enclosed with the application, the ERO can include the name in the Electoral Roll after the statutory notice period of seven days is over. Application in form 6A can be sent by post. However if an applicant wishes to submit his application in person to the ERO, he can do so along with the original passport, which shall be returned to him after due verification and attestation of the documents by the ERO. In case there is an objection to the claim of inclusion of name, the ERO may designate an officer from the Mission concerned to hear the parties who will send a report to the ERO for final disposal.
Who is competent to verify claim applications and objections? :
Ans. The ERO is the competent authority to verify claim applications and the accompanying documents and also consider objections, if any.
How will an overseas Indian know that his/her name is included in the electoral roll? :
Ans. The decision of the ERO will be communicated to the applicant by post on his address in the foreign country given by him in form 6A and also by SMS on the mobile number given by him in form 6A. Electoral Rolls are also available on the website of the Chief Electoral Officer of the State concerned in PDF format and can be seen by anybody.
Where are names of overseas electors included in the electoral roll? :
Ans. Names of overseas electors are included in the relevant part of the electoral roll of the constituency where his place of residence in India as mentioned in his passport is located. Within that relevant part a separate section for “Overseas Electors” is created in the roll and names of overseas electors are kept in this section.