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Voter ID Card

In India, a voter ID card is considered an important identity proof document. It is not only a card used for voting for elections but it can also be used for a number of other purposes. Your voter ID card can be used anywhere as a photo identity proof whether you want to apply for a loan, open a bank account or confirm your identity at an airport.

What is the importance of casting a vote?

In a democracy like India, it is crucially important for every eligible voter to cast his/her vote so as to keep the power of decision in the hands of the people. Every eligible voter from every village, town, district, city and state of the country must cast their vote. If you aren’t casting your vote, you don’t own the right to criticize or question the government. So, voting is as essential to a democracy as breathing is to life. Do vote and use your power as a citizen of India.

How to get your voter ID card?

In case, you don’t own a voter ID card yet, here is how to get it. Don’t worry; getting one is simpler nowadays as these days you don’t need to stand in long queues nor do you have to visit the dusty government offices. Just a few clicks can get you your voter ID card through online application process. The online process powers you to apply for a voter ID card sitting at the convenience of your home or office.

Eligibility to get a voter ID card

You can enroll as a voter if you are:

  • An Indian citizen
  • 18 years of age or more on 1st January
  • A resident of the polling area
  • Not disqualified due to any corrupt practices or offenses related to elections

Documents needed to register for voter ID card

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You will be needed to submit the following documents:

  • Passport size colour photo
  • Photocopy of documents acting as proof of age such as your birth certificate, 10th marksheet, etc.
  • Photocopy of documents acting as proof of residence such as AADHAR card, driving license, etc.

How to get voter ID card in Jaipur through online registration?

Those willing to get voter ID card in Jaipur can make use of the online voter ID card registration. The Election Commission of India has started an online registration process for voters, which takes hardly 10 minutes of your precious time to complete the procedure. It also enables you to change your demographic details online. The procedure of online voter ID registration can be briefly broken down into the following steps:

  • Filling an online form with the required details
  • Upload relevant documents
  • A visit to your home by an election commission representative
  • Verification of the details submitted by you

Once you successfully complete all of the above steps, you will be entitled to your voter ID card, which will reach your home within a short period of time.

This online voter ID registration process is the simplest and the most hassle-free process for obtaining voter ID card without having to visit government offices. However, if someone places a complaint objecting your right to become a voter, then you will have to report to the office of the electoral officer.

How to apply for voter ID card in Jaipur manually?

A date is published by the Election Commissioner during the time of annual revision every year. Any eligible person can get the appropriate form for applying for a voter ID card from:

Once you get the form, fill it up and submit the dully filled-up form to the concerned Designated Officer or ERO. You will be called for hearing on a particular date. If everything has been filled properly and is in order, your name as an applicant will be enrolled in the electoral roll. You will be asked to submit documents such as proof of identity, age, citizenship and necessary proof of earlier entry in the voter’s list if you have shifted from other places.

Rajasthan’s voters

Rajasthan holds a total of 25 Lok Sabha seats and 200 Legislative Assembly seats, which is why elections taking place in this state have a huge impact on the state of the country.

Important links

http://www.nvsp.in/

http://ceorajasthan.nic.in/index.aspx

 

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