This website serves as an important link between the Electoral Machinery & Citizens. It provides features enabling members of the public to give their views / feedback for further improvement.
Elections are conducted according to the constitutional provisions, supplemented by laws made by Parliament. The major laws are The Representation of the People Act, 1950, which mainly deals with the preparation and revision of electoral rolls, The Representation of the People Act, 1951 which deals, in detail, with all aspects of conduct of elections and post election disputes.
Information relating to enrolment of name in the electoral roll, conduct of elections and issue of Electors’ Photo Identity Card (EPIC) are available on this website for awareness of the public and for encourage voters to exercise their electoral rights.
Electors and public in general are requested to avail of this opportunity and give their opinion / suggestions for improving the site and making it transparent and citizen-friendly.
Contact Details of Chief Electoral Officer (CEO)
Forms for Citizens
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 Application for inclusion of name in electoral roll after draft publication of draft roll (if your name is not included in the draft role).
Form 6A Application for inclusion of name in electoral roll by an overseas elector.
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.
Form_18 Claim for inclusion of name in the electoral roll for a graduates’ constituency.
Form_19 Claim for inclusion of name in the electoral roll for a teachers’ constituency.
Forms for Candidate
Form 2A Nomination paper for Lok Sabha Election.
Form 2B Nomination paper for Legislative Assembly Election.
Form 26 Affidavit regarding Criminal Cases.