2-day special Election Commission drive ends in Nashik; 6,000 apply for fresh enrolment, changes

  • | Tuesday | 28th November, 2023

Nashik: The district election department conducted a special drive on November 25 and 26 in which 6,681 voters applied for enrolling their names in the voter lists or for corrections, deletions, or changes in address.Senior officers from the district election office said that in the special drive, a total of 1,416 people from the age group of 18–19 applied to enroll their names.An additional 2,549 people above the age of 19 have filed forfresh enrollment.The poll body is revising the voter lists as a part of its special drive that began on October 27 and will end on December 5. Till now, a total of 29,867 applications are received by the office so far during the summary review program. Out of these, 23% of applications were offline.The number of online applications is considerably higher than those filed offline. The exercise is being carried out to ensure that no voter is missed from the exercise of enrolment, correction, or deletion of the names, said the officer.Participants in the exercise are still less, especially for the fresh enrolments in the age group of 18–19 years, when the expected number is 2.17 lakh and only 44,000 were enrolled prior to the start of the summary revision, the officer said.We also published the following articles recentlyActor Indrans, a class 8 drop out, to enroll for 10th equivalency at the age of 67Actor Indrans, a national and state film award winner, has enrolled in the Kerala state literacy missions class X equivalency programme. At 67 years old, Indrans handed over his application form to the Headmistress of a government school. Although he was unsure of his educational background, it was discovered that he had passed class 7. Indrans decision to pursue studies has inspired others, including his old friends who are also enrolling in the programme. The Kerala State Literacy Mission is excited to find his original certificate.Electoral roll observer assesses special summary revision in NagalandThe designated electoral roll observer, Mohammed Ali Shihab, assessed the progress of the ongoing special summary revision of the voters register in Tuensang, Noklak, and Shamator districts ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. Shihab held review meetings with district electoral registration officers, assistants, supervisors, and booth-level officers. He also visited polling stations in Noklak and Tuensang, briefing all political parties on the significance of various forms for the elections.How to use Google Drive offlineGoogle Drive offers offline mode for accessing and working on files without internet. Follow steps to access files offline: open app, sign in, select files, right-click, choose Available offline. To view offline files, open app, tap Offline icon, select file. To sync offline changes online, connect device to internet, open app. Additional tips: ensure enough storage space, download necessary files, regularly sync offline changes. Note: collaboration and real-time editing not available offline.

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