#EveryVoteCounts – An online voter ID initiative by LeapUp & Pursuit Career Managers

#EveryVoteCounts – An online voter ID initiative by LeapUp & Pursuit Career Managers

Voter Id Application

Voting is the fundamental responsibility of every individual. A lot of time, people don’t end up voting due to the fear of standing in the never ending lines to vote. Also, many of us haven’t even made voter id’s because of the tedious application procedure involved in the process of getting yourself registered as a voter. Considering the drawbacks of the procedure, the election commission has come up with an online registration process where one just has to fill a small online form, submit documents online and within 2 months your voter id will be  at your door step. Everyone who is born till 31st December, 2000, is eligible to make a Voter ID card this year.

http://www.nvsp.in/Forms/Forms/form6 click here to start your application process

Following are the documents that you will be needing during the application procedure
Age Proof- (Any one)
1. Birth Certificate
2. Indian Passport
3. Pan Card
4. Driving License
5. Aadhar letter issued by UIDAI

Address Proof-(Any one)
1. Indian Passport
2. Driving License
3. Ration Card
4. Bank/Kisan/Post office current pass book
5. Income Tax Assessment Letter
6.Rent Agreement
7. Water Bill
8. Telephone Bill
9. Electricity Bill
10. Gas Connection Bill
11. Post/letter/mail delivered through Indian Postal Department

After Uploading your photograph and required documents, click on submit and then you will get your form reference id which you can use later on to track your application status.
http://www.nvsp.in/forms/forms/trackstatus click here to check your status.

Last date to register to vote for the 2019 elections was October 2018. But they have reopened offline acceptance of forms. If you are interested in voting in the upcoming general elections you can print the forms, fill them and submit it to your nearest voting center up till 19th February, 2019. You can find your voting centers on the state election commission website. For Maharashtra it is https://ceo.maharashtra.gov.in/Defaultc.aspx

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