In a democratic country like India, people play the most important role in the governance of the country by choosing their representatives. For this purpose, the people must be aware of their electoral rights and exercise the same according to their judgement, uninfluenced by extraneous factors.
Every adult citizen has a statutory right to get enrolled in the Electoral Roll of the constituency in the place of his ordinary residence. Accordingly, the elector is entitled to vote in the elections to choose the people’s representatives and perform their democratic duty towards nation building.
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.