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India is a democratic country. Elections are held every five years in the country. Different types of staff are hired to conduct election operations during election planning. During the election process, the entire responsibility lies with the Presiding Officer.

The presiding officer has to perform various duties during the election process. Different types of forms have to be filled during this operation. Various activities performed during the election process Various information has been given for the completion of the election process.

The State Election Commission, Gujarat was constituted in September 1993 under Article 243K of the Constitution of India. The State Election Commission is tasked with conducting free, fair and impartial elections in the state's local bodies.

Part-IX and Part-IXA The provisions covering India relating to Panchayats and Municipalities were incorporated by the Constitution Amendment no.73 and no.74 respectively. These parts cover the constitution of panchayats and municipalities, including their elections by the State Election Commission.

State Election Commission prepares wards / local bodies as per rules Election department, delimitation of boundaries and preparation of voter list for local bodies like Gram Panchayat, Taluka and District Panchayat / Municipality and Municipal Carrying out activities related to distribution of seats To conduct by-elections and supervise them.

For all these functions, the article of authority is contained by the State Election Commission under 243 K, which has come to power with oversight, direction and election control of local bodies.

Such Local Self-Government Institutions According to the Election Rules, the District Electoral Officer has been appointed for the Panchayat Election, the Municipal Electoral Officer for the Municipal Corporation and the City Electoral Officer for the Municipal Corporation Election.

Delimitation and allocation of seats for various reserved classes, voter lists, election programs and other related activities are carried out by the State Election Commission, where the Collectors have the power for all activities related to Gram Panchayat elections.

State Election Commissioner: The State Government has appointed Dr. Varesh Sinha, IAS (Retd.) As WEF State Election Commissioner on 25/11/2014.

In 1993, the State Election Commission, B.K. Shah, Shri P Dholakia and Shri Ashok Bhatia, Shri KCKapoor Shri PSShah (I / C) has served as State Election Commissioner since the Constitution.

Secretary to the State Election Commission: Present Shri Mahesh V Joshi, IAS (Retd.) Has been appointed as Secretary of State Election Commission by the WEF Government on 30/06/2013.


The main function of the State Election Commission

Part-9 and Part-9-K were added to the Constitution of India in 1992 with amendments 73 and 74. Articles 243-D and 243: Supervision, guidance and control over the preparation of voter lists for local body elections from V-K are vested in the State Election Commission.

Formation of State Election Commission for conducting elections of these institutions in the State of Gujarat. Done September 23, 1993. The new Gujarat Panchayat Act 1993 has been implemented in the state as per the provisions of amendment 73 and 74 of the Constitution.

The Gujarat Municipalities Act-1963 and the Mumbai Provincial Municipal Corporation Act-1949 have been amended as required. In addition, rules regarding ward formation, delimitation and allotment of seats, preparation of voter lists, publication and election management of local bodies have also been implemented.

The State Election Commission is responsible for preparing voter lists of local self-governing bodies of the state such as Gram Panchayats, Municipalities / Municipalities, Municipal Corporations, Talukas and District Panchayats and giving responsibility for holding general, mid-term or by-elections. There is also work to be done regarding seat allocation.

In the office of the Commission, in addition to the State Election Commissioner, the necessary posts of different cadres have been sanctioned along with the Secretary.

As per the rules of election management of local bodies, District Collectors have been appointed as District Election Officer for Panchayat Elections, District Municipal Election Officer for Municipal Elections and City Election Officer for Municipal Elections.

The powers of the State Election Commission for the formation of wards of Gram Panchayats and allotment of seats and management of elections have been vested in the District Collectors.

The services of State Revenue / Panchayat and other office rights are made available to the State Election Commission for the election of local bodies.

Demarcation and seat allocation

The formation / delimitation of wards / constituencies of local self-governing bodies by the State Election Commission on the basis of the latest census data remains to be done.

Number of Wards / Constituency of Taluka / District Panchayats, Number of Seats and Reserved Seats (Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Socially and Educationally Backward Classes and Women) by Municipalities and Municipalities and Development Commissioner, Gujarat State Gandhinagar The declaration is made.

Earlier, according to the 1991 census, wards / constituencies were formed, delimited and reserved seats were allotted and elections were held accordingly.

Now the details of demarcation and allotment of seats of District Panchayat / Taluka Panchayat and Corporation and Nagarpalika are also available on the website based on the announcements as per 2001 census.

Prepare and publish voter lists

Articles 243-D and 243 of the Constitution of India: Acts of VK and related Local Self Government Institutions i.e. Section-20 (1) of Gujarat Panchayat Act 1993, Section-9 (2) of Gujarat Municipalities Act-1963 and Mumbai Provincial Municipal As per the provisions of Section 8 (ii) of the Corporation Act, 1949, the State Election Commission has to prepare and publish the ward wise voter lists of the local bodies and amend them from time to time.

According to the laws of local self-governing bodies, voter lists of local self-governing bodies have to be prepared from the electoral rolls of the assembly constituency. The State Election Commission has appointed state government officials as voter registration officers for this. The Commission has conducted timely elections by preparing voter lists of local self-governing bodies from the electoral rolls of the Assembly constituency for the elections scheduled after 1993.

From the electoral rolls of the assembly constituencies, the ward wise electoral rolls of the local self-governing bodies are regularly prepared and revised from time to time.

 Voter lists of Assembly constituencies are submitted to the Election Commission of India.  Prepared on 1-1-2009.  From which the date of local self-government institutions.  As on 1-1-2009, the voter list without photos has been published. 

The work of preparing and publishing the voter list with photos of all the local bodies will be carried out in the next period from the voter lists with photos of the assembly constituencies.


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 For the next general elections.  As on 01-01-2010, necessary instructions have been given regarding the preparation of voter list.  If the eligible voters are not in the list of the Legislative Assembly, they have to apply to the Voter Registration Officer in the prescribed form to enter / change their names.

  Those who will request to enter the name after verification and their name will be entered in the voter list (including supplement) accordingly, the program of voter reform list will also be published soon.

 Work for the convenience of voters

 A voter coming to the polling station for the local body elections of the state will have to present the Voter Photo Identity Card (EPIC) issued to the voter by the Election Commission of India for any reason.

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