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Introduction Presentation ' Vote For A Better India" with KNCQ

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They are under the DEO, they are responsible for executing all the decisions of the DEOs.
A Campaign to create Awareness of Voting Among Citizens
To Increase Awareness amongst Youth related to Voting
In Mumbai, only 20% from the age group 18-22 have their names listed for voting.
To Reduce the Ratio of Bogus Voting
22 lac voters from the suburbs of Mumbai are under the category of residual voters. This amounts to 30% of bogus voting in the Mumbai suburbs alone.
Increase the ratio of Female Voters
Out of every 1000 men,only 805 women vote
Strengthening the democratic

process by creating awareness about voting and increasing considerably the overall voters turnout
Being a Direct tool

for the

Election Department across 20 cities in India

Form 6
1. New Registration
2. Deleting Old for new
(change of constituency)
Form 7
Deletion from List (In Case Of Death or change of citizenship)
Form 8
Error in Registration
Form 8A
Change of address within the same constituency
Electoral Registration Officers
Work Plan
A grand Award function with 50 thousand youth will be organized. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar will be invited to award and address the youth. Other eminent leaders from the society like A.P.J Abdul Kalam will also be invited to address the youth in this one of a kind award function.
Potential individuals to take up post of

Get your own Voter Registration done
Others !
Vote For Better India’s VISION
Time To Know Your Civic Quotient
Each Constituency will have
Constituency Leader (CLE)
College Leader(CL)
Neighborhood Leader(NL)
Why "Vote For A Better India"?
"Exercising my franchise is something that I take seriously. If you don't vote and then complain about the system, you don't have the right to complain as you've not participated in the process,"
says the Indian
American astronaut Sunita Williams.
“Our votes are an important tool to bring about a change in the system; they give us an opportunity to raise our voice against injustice. By not voting we are encouraging the status quo"
- Sri Sri Ravishankar
Importance Of Voting
Our voice in the Indian Parliament
The Lok Sabha Elections is the most important direct democratic process of our country’s state of affair.
It allows electing the Members of the Parliament who will the voice of the 1.2 billion citizens in all decisions taken at national level.
Voting makes us morally eligible for expressing grievances or complaining
Our vote will shape our own world
Every action we take everyday determines what sort of country we want to live in, and shapes us. Voting is one such action; whether we vote or not, it is going to shape us and our country. Majority of us could not vote all these years, due to many reasons. Hence, we have been ignored. We need to shape our lives positively now
Our Voting Upsets Political Calculations
Political parties know how many votes they are going to get from their constituency, and they know how to get them. Hence they don't really want us to vote, as we can upset their calculations, being an unknown factor. Hence, politicians themselves perpetuate the myth that it makes no difference if we vote or not. It is simple arithmetic that the fewer the people who come out to vote, the fewer the votes that are needed to win an election.
We have the power to bring a change
It is a Urban Myth that we cannot influence the electoral outcome. Consequently majority of us are not motivated to engage with the political class. If we include our families, neighbors and colleagues, we form more than 50% of the voting population. This makes the disabled population of India as one of the largest voting groups with significant power to influence the fate of any political establishment in India.
Often We been frustrated with the ignorant behavior of the government of India to the needs of citizens, so much so that we can hardly find any substantial action item in the manifestos of any political party. VBI has decided to not merely be a silent observer and be a victim of the political undoing but be the Pipe-piper who can lead and bring about the much desirable change. This year we want to vote and make a difference.
Not true! You can register to vote from any place in India so long as you're an eligible voter .
Are you sure? Most voters, who think they lack necessary documents, actually do have them.
Did you know that the house lease agreement, mobile or landline bills or your driver's license are all accepted types of address proof documents?
Moreover, this document is required only for the BLO (Booth Level Officer) to come and verify your residence status. It is therefore not essential for the address proof document to directly have your name, but needs to only have the address of the place where you are staying. You can use address proof document on the name of your parents, relatives, friends etc. with whom you are staying.
Students, who are eligible voters, can register even from their hostels by submitting the Student Declaration Form signed by their college dean/principal/registrar along with the voter registration form.
This is one of the most common voting myths!
Though voter identification is required by most states during voting, Voter ID card is not the only form of identification that is accepted. The Election Commission of India accepts most of the common documents as identity proof such as PAN card, driving license, ration card, student's ID card, passport etc.
In any case, it's a good idea to get your Electors Photo Identity Card (EPIC) since the Election Commission may make it mandatory in the future.
What is essential for voting however is that your name should be mentioned in the latest voters list of your constituency. How do you get to know that now? Just fill your relevant form and submit it to your constituency ERO office,

We would have agreed with you, but not anymore! Now you can easily register to vote with the following steps:
• Fill out the voter registration form. It's easy and takes only 3 minutes!
• Fill in other details (eg. name of family members already registered), if applicable
• Sign and submit this Form along with necessary address proof and identity proof document, at the office of your local Electoral Registration Officer (ERO). You will given the details of ERO office. DO NOT forget to ask the receipt for your application.
As a registered voter you can vote in more than 2 elections! Besides Parliamentary and Assembly elections, you can also vote in your Local Body Elections or Municipal Elections (as called in cities).
India has a 3 tier federal structure with governments at the union, state and local levels. In cities, the Municipal Corporation is your Local Body or Local Government, and you can vote in Municipal Elections once every 5 years to elect your Corporator or Councilor. They in turn elect the municipal council and the mayor, who take all major decisions affecting your city.
To learn more about how your city's governance works, please visit your respective CITY page on this website. In villages, the Gram Panchayat functions as the Local Government with elections once every 5 years.
Additionally, if you are residing at Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Maharashtra or Uttar Pradesh and belong either to Teacher's Constituency or Graduate Constituency, you are also eligible to vote for Legislative Council elections, to elect your MLC.
Chief Election Commissioner of India -
Shri V.S.Sampath

CEO – Chief Electoral Officer (This is the state officer)
DEO – District Electoral Officer
DYDEO – Deputy District Electoral Officer.
Mr.Nitin gadre is for Maharashtra
This is for all the districts in the state, there could be as many DEOs for sake of administration.
ERO –Electoral registration officer
These are 1 per constituency in every district. We have to submit our forms to the respective ERO office.
BLO - Booth Level officers
There is usually 1 BLO per ERO per constituency. There could be more BLOs under each ERO during the time of election.
These BLOs are responsible for going door-to-door in their allotted respective areas.
It’s their duty to see if all the people in their area have registered.
Election hierarchy of India
Elected directly by President
One of the major flaws in the system is the working and tasks assigning of the BLO. These BLOs are full time government workers who have full time jobs and along with it, they are also allotted the door-to-door job. Also, these BLOs are not allotted their area of residence for doing their necessary work.
VBI has identified this problem and as usual it is working for the solution. VBI wishes to bridge this gap amongst the common man and the government by being the direct tool for the government.
Hence in our procedure of getting people enrolled for voting, we will be allotting volunteers in their area of residence who will be doing the work of a BLO! And these volunteers will spend not more 3-4 hours in a week for this.
Eg: If there is a BLO who stays in Borivali and has a 9 to 5 job in Bandra, they will be allotted Bandra area for their door-to-door. This becomes a very tedious job for the BLO and he/she often is not able to cope up with it! This is one of the major reasons why most people don’t get registered to voting.
Process Of Voter Registration
If you have changed your address and you have been staying on that address for more than 6 months, you need to make a new voter ID card (if you had it previously).
If you are staying on rent an additional document is required to be submitted along with the address proof – this document is the NOC letter by your house owner along with your house agreement papers
If you are married and your surname has changed you need to provide ration card. Or marriage certificate . Proof used to show that you are married.
If any cancellations happen on the Voter ID form, the applicant’s signature will be required next to the cancellation.
If you are staying in a hostel you need to submit your ‘Student Declaration form’ signed by your dean/principal/registrar.
If you are submitting applications in bulk (more than 10) you will need a secretary letter head if the applications are from the society and the principal letter head if the applications are from the colleges.
• After putting these forms together, you will need to attest these forms by a notary.
• Submit your form to your constituency ERO office. Don’t forget to collect your Receipt! You can track the status of your form through your receipt number!
If you are submitting the form because you want some changes in your previous Voter ID ( Form 8), you will need to submit all the documents that claim those changes
eg: if there is a change in name, you will need to provide the document that proves your correct name
1. New Registration
2. Deleting Old for new
(change of constituency)
Deletion from List
Incase Of Death
Change of Citizenship
Error in Registration
Change of address within the same constituency
Any document that has your address on it eg: electricity bill, phone bill, ration card, passport, etc.
Any document that has your photo on it eg: driving license, PAN card, Passport ,etc.
Birth Certificate, school leaving certificate,etc.
You're an Indian citizen.
You're 18 years of age or older.
You've been an ordinary resident,

You're not Registered elsewhere.
Address Proof
Photo Identity Proof
Proof of Birth
which means that you've been staying at your current address for at least 6 months (not 5 years, another myth!).
VBI decided to use this division for the voter ID registration process too. Each constituency will consist of a Constituency leader , Neighborhood leaders and College leaders.
These team of CLE, NLs and CLs will be working together to see that maximum people get enrolled in their constituency.
To Know which Constituency does your college / Neighborhood Belong check attached Document.
All the districts in a state are divided into various constituencies for the sake of Administration. For eg: Mumbai has 35 constituencies, Thane has 24 constituencies and so on.
There will 2 competitions:
1. Inter-college (throughout Mumbai)
2. Inter-constituency
Scoreboards will be updated every day and a daily chart will be presented which will indicate the positions of different teams! This entire procedure will be for 7 weeks, starting from September 8th to October 31st.
Needless to say there will be super exciting prizes for the winners! 
To make it fun, there is a main Clause in this entire procedure! With this procedure we will introduce a competition!
How can I Contribute ??
• By being a Constituency Leader of your area (Time Commitment: 10 to 13 hours a week)
By being a Neighborhood Leader
(Time Commitment: 6 to 8 hours a week)
By being a College Leader
(Time Commitment: 6 to 7 hours a week)
Other Avenues – (Eg: Designer, photographer, videographer, social media, communications head etc)
Back-end support
(Working with handling of data and systems)
Organizer (Organizing different sessions in colleges, societies etc)
India is grappling with multiple challenges as a country
Lowest Industrial Growth in two decades
Crimes against Women
Causing this Issue
A three-way nexus between politicians, business and civil society
Civil society
What is the cause behind this cause?
The darkness of our IGNORANCE!
Let us shed this ignorance by the light of knowledge!
The Indian Governance Structure
Union List
Responsibility of Union(Central) Government
State List
Responsibility of Union(Central) Government
Concurrent List
Responsibility of Union & State Government together have to complete
Constitution of India
Citizens of India by Voting
The Members of Parliament
India is governed as per mentioned in
eg. National Defence, Atomic Energy ,etc.
eg. State Roads, Land Deals ,etc.
eg. water , electricity, etc.
How Does all this work?
Pillars Of Constitution
Power to make, pass, amend, and repeal laws
Execute the Laws & Take decisions
It make sure that the Rules & Guide lines mentioned in the Constitution of India are followed
President Is the Head of Legislature
Rajya Sabha
Lower House of Parliament
Elected Directly by citizens of India
5 years of Tenure
1 person from each Constituency is elected
Lok Sabha
543 elected
(1 from each constituency of india)
2 Nominated
( by the president from the Anglo Indian Community)
545 Members
Lok sabha
Upper House of Parliament
Elected by Vidhan Sabha
6 years of Tenure
238 elected
( from Vidhan Sabha of each a state india)
12 Nominated
( by the president for their contribution in the field of science, Literature, Social Service)
250 Members
Rajya sabha
Political Parties
National Parties
Polictical Party Present in more than 3 states.
Currently India has 8 National Parties.
Regional Parties
Parties Present in states or other regional area of India
Lots of regional parties present in India Currently
To make
a Party Needs to have majority of 273 (545/2) in Lok Sabha.
none of the National party
is able to do....so to form the goverement they Form
Pre Poll Alliance
Parties become Friends before Elections.
Post Poll Alliance
Parties become friends after Election.
Outside Support
This is a kind of post poll alliance. but the party decides to support but will not form govermwnt with the other party.
Currently their are two major
United Progressive Alliance (UPA)
National Democratic Alliance (NDA)
President Is the Head of Excecutive
Prime Minister
Council of Ministers
Minister of Rural Development
Minister of Defence
Minister of Finance
Ministers holding a specific Portfolio
Leader of majority party of the Parliament
Head of the Council Of Ministers
IAS Officers
IPS Officers
Who Work on the Ground level
President Is the Head of Judicary
Supreme Court
High Court
District Court
Judge of Supreme Court of india is called as Chief Justice Of India
24 High Courts at the State & Union territory level.
Each District has a District Court
It's time we take responsibility for the world around us,
It's time we consider our country as our world
It's time for a change
Its time to Vote!

Vote for a Better India!
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