Saturday, 7 February 2015



■ Step 1:
○ Visit the ECI website here –
In ‘Online Voter Registration’ tab, there are five options – Form 6, 6A, 7, 8 & 8A. For inclusion of names in the electoral roll, you need to go to Form 6.
○ You may alternatively go to

■ Step 2:
○ Enter your phone number and click on proceed. Wait for a minute and you will receive a message in your mobile phone (you may feel that nothing is happening after you click, but don’t keep clicking – you just need to wait).

■ Step 3:
○ Enter the verification code you just received on your mobile phone and click on proceed. Wait for a moment and you will see the following screen.
○ Here, you need to select your state, district and assembly constituency. Now you can enter your full name, surname, sex, place of birth and village/town. Name, Sex and village/town fields are mandatory. Please refer the guidelines for instructions about surname and place of birth. You may leave the Regional Language fields blank.
○ Click on save and wait. After a little while, you will see continue button – click there.

■ Step 4:
○ You will shortly receive a message mentioning the following:
You have been registered as a new user with User ID: [your phone number] And Password:[your phone number]. You application is saved with Application ID: [An unique ID].

■ Step 5:
○ You will be presented with the detailed Form 6. Fill in all the details such as your name, place of birth, present address and details of family members who are already registered in the same constituency. ○ Now upload your latest photograph (which you use for official purpose) along with proof of age and residence.

■ Step 6:
○ Click on Submit button and you are done! You can preview your form by logging to the ECI website and also track your status. If anything goes wrong in between, then also you can login to the ECI website and fill out a fresh application.
○ Normally within next few days, an election commission representative will visit your home to verify your address and details submitted at the time of registration. After that you will receive your voter ID card at your home. In normal circumstances you won’t need to visit the ECI office, but in cases where someone objects your claim of becoming a voter, you may be called at the office of electoral officer.....


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