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Organisation : Election Commission of India
Announcement : Biennial Election to Karnataka & Maharashtra Graduates’ & Teachers’ Constituency
Applicable State : Karnataka & Maharashtra
Election Date : 8th June, 2018
Home Page : http://eci.nic.in/eci/eci.html

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ECI Graduates’ & Teachers’ Constituency Biennial Election

Biennial Election to the Karnataka Legislative Council from 3 Graduates’ and 3 Teachers’ Constituencies and Maharashtra Legislative Council from 2 Graduates’ and 2 Teachers’ Constituency due to retirement of sitting members on 21.06.2018 and 07.07.2018 respectively.

Related : ECI Lok Sabha Bye Election on 28th May 2018 : www.electionin.in/6447.html

Karnataka Constituency

Sl. No. Name of Constituency Name of the Member Date of retirement
1. Karnataka South East Teachers’ Ramesh Babu 21.06.2018
2. KarnatakaSouth Teachers’ Marithibbe Gowda
3. KarnatakaSouth West Teachers’ Capt Ganesh Karnik
4. KarnatakaSouth West Graduates’ D.H. Shankara Murthy
5. Bangalore Graduates’ Ramachandra Gowda
6. KarnatakaNorth East Graduates’ AmarnathPatil

Maharashtra Constituency

Sl. No. Name of  Constituency Name of the Member Date of retirement
1. Nashik Division Teachers’ Prof. Dr. HirayApoorva Prashant 07.07.2018
2. Mumbai Teachers’ KapilHarishchandraPatil
3. Mumbai Graduates’ Dr.DeepakRamchandraSawant
4. Konkan Division Graduates’ DavkhareNiranjan Vasant

Election Schedule

Now, the Commission has decided to hold Biennial Elections to Karnataka and Maharashtra Legislative Councils from said Graduates’ and Teachers’ Constituencies, in accordance with the following schedule

1. Issue of Notifications : 15th May, 2018 (Tuesday)
2. Last date of making nominations : 22nd  May, 2018 (Tuesday)
3. Scrutiny of nominations : 23rdMay, 2018 (Wednesday)
4. Last date for withdrawal of candidatures : 25th May, 2018 (Friday)
5. Date of poll : 8th June, 2018 (Friday)
7 Hours of poll : 8 A.M to 4.P.M
8 Counting of Votes : 12th June, 2018 (Tuesday)
9 Date before which election shall be completed : 15th June, 2018 (Friday)

Model Code Of Conduct

The Model Code of Conduct for guidance of political parties and candidates is a set of norms which has been evolved with the consensus of political parties who have consented to abide by the principles embodied in the said code and also binds them to respect and observe it in its letter and spirit.

Notification :
https://www.electionin.in/uploads/pdf2018/6477-Notifn.pdf

FAQs

1. From which date the Model Code of Conduct is enforced and operational upto which date?
The Model Code of Conduct is enforced from the date of announcement of election schedule by the Election Commission and is operational till the process of elections are completed.

2. What are the salient features of the Model Code of Conduct?
The salient features of the Model Code of Conduct lay down how political parties, contesting candidates and party(s) in power should conduct themselves during the process of elections i.e. on their general conduct during electioneering, holding meetings and processions, poll day activities and functioning of the party in power etc.

3. What is applicability of code during general elections and bye-elections?
a. During general elections to House of People (Lok Sabha), the code is applicable throughout the country.
b. During general elections to the Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha), the code is applicable in the entire State.
c. During bye-elections, the code is applicable in the entire district or districts in which the constituency falls.

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