An electoral roll is the a list of the names of eligible electors who are ordinarily residing in an assembly constituency. The registering authority enlists these voters in the list of that constituency. NRIs who have temporarily left the country and do not have citizenship in the country in which they reside can also apply for their names to be enlisted.
The Part Number is a code that indicates the voter’s area of residence. The Part Number is an essential information that helps in identifying the voter’s constituency. From applying for a Voter ID to making changes, and cancellation of the ID, the Part Number plays a significant role in availing passport related services. If you are wondering about how to find the Part Number, there are two methods you can follow:
The Part Number allows voters and booth officials to communicate with each other. The Part Number has a significant feature in identifying constituency from around India. Every area and locality have been designated with Part Numbers. It is advisable to keep Part Number handy in order to carry out various Voter ID related services.
If you do not have a Voter ID card or wish to make changes to your existing card, you can visit National Voters’ Service Portal (NVSP) website for more information. Using the NVSP website, you can also find your Booth Level Officer (BLO), Electoral Registration Officer (ERO), and District Election Officer (DEO).
The Election Commission of India was formed by the Constitution of India and was established in 1950. The superintendence, control and direction of the elections and the conduct of the elections is vested in the Election Commission. This body handles the elections to the Parliament and State Legislatures in every state. It also handles the elections to the office of President and Vice President of India. Becoming a Voter
Being a voter is an important part of the democratic process of the country. Voter’s participation plays an integral role in the success of a democracy. A citizen who has attained the age of 18 years is eligible to vote. As per the Representation of the People Act, 1950, the person should be 18 years of age on 1st January of the concerned year in order to be enrolled.
In order to vote, electors must get their Voter ID cards issued. Application forms are available online and at the Voter Registration and Epic Centres (VREC).
Once you have successfully applied for a Voter ID Card, your name will be listed in the Electoral Rolls. These Electoral Rolls have been made available online for public use by every State Election Commission. You can find these documents online and search for your name or any of your family members names to ensure you have been included in the Electoral Rolls.
To search for your name in the Electoral Rolls, visitor the Electoral Search website.
You can search for your details using two ways:
The ECI has made provisions for electors to modify their details, make corrections, or deletions in case needed.
A deletion of the name of an elector can be done in case the voter is shifting residence to another constituency or polling area. A deletion can be made in case the voter has died. Deletions can also be made if a wrong entry was made. To delete a name, you must use Form 7.
If the name or any details on the Electoral Photo Identity Card is incorrect, you can modify the entry. Use Form 8 to apply for a change. You will need to submit a copy of your proof of identity and your birth certificate
If you are shifting your residence to another polling area or constituency, you will also need to shift your name in the electoral rolls. Form 8A can be filled and submitted. You need to submit a copy of your address proof.
Please ensure that the person asking for details is an enumerator. When you give your details, you will receive a record of enumeration. This is like an acknowledgment slip. A draft roll will be published at your ERO’s office where you can check if your name is enrolled. You can also check for this information online.