Presentation on theme: "State Assembly Elections March 2012. Date of Poll 03rd March 2012 From 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM Poll Schedule 40 Assembly Constituencies 1612 Polling Stations."— Presentation transcript:
State Assembly Elections March 2012
Date of Poll 03rd March 2012 From 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM Poll Schedule 40 Assembly Constituencies 1612 Polling Stations 11.76 Lacs Electors Electorate Details
1 Computer for operating PMS s/w. 1 Fingerprint Reader for capturing fingerprint of the voter 1 Web camera for capturing photo 1 USB Modem Installation of the hardware and software in polling station
A Poll Monitoring System introduced in Valpoi Bye Poll 2010 in stand alone mode. A fully connected PMS was introduced in CCP elections of March 2011.
Elector Verification of the identity by Polling Officer –I with the Marked Copy Enter Voter serial no. on the slip and issue same to voter for forward submission to PO-II MARKED ROLL VOTERS SLIP Serial No of elector as per Register of Voters ______ Serial no. of elector on Electoral Roll : _________ Initials of Polling Officer : _______________
Elector Handover Slip to PO-II PO-II enters serial no. from slip in PMS. Captures fingerprint and photo of the voter Hands over slip to PO-III Biometric Assistant PO-II 345
Enter serial no. from slip on to the Register of Voters(Form 17 A) PO-III takes thumb impression/signature of voter on Register of Voters(Form 17 A) Enters Sequence no. from Register of Voters(Form 17 A) on to the Voters Slip & signs on the same Inking Peon puts ink on Voters nail PO-III hands over slip to voter for onward submission to Presiding Officer Inking Peon PO-III 345 VOTERS SLIP Serial No of elector as per Register of Voters ______ Serial no. of elector on Electoral Roll : _________ Initials of Polling Officer : _______________
Voter Hands over Slip to Presiding Officer Presiding Officer releases Voting Unit using Control Unit Voter register his/her vote by pressing desired button on EVM Voter leaves the Polling Booth PO VOTING COMPARTMENT Elector
All booths to be connected via USB dialup modem Continuous streaming of the counts from each booth Photo Voter Slip will be distributed among electors Nearly 250 Supervisors to monitor the poll.
The system maintains database of the voters with details such as ● Photo, EPIC or non-EPIC Voter(the type of document with which the Non-EPIC voter was identified), Sex, Age group ● Besides this the system maintains ● MISSING voters (shifted with or without family linkages), ● DEAD voters whose names could not be deleted prior to the election, ● BLIND voters, ● SENIOR CITIZENS ● PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED voters describing nature of the handicap and ● names of those voters who are PRISONERS / DETUNES. This System also facilitates capturing data of ● challenged votes, ● votes not casted under 49(O) and 49(M), ● tendered votes, ● proxy votes and ● companion voter details.
Form 17 A - Register of VotersForm 17 B – List of Tendered VotesForm 17 C – Account of Votes Age Distribution Document Proofs Voter Classification Two – Hourly Report Various MIS Reports
PMS worked with great success on the polling days. The fears of misgiving expressed by Political Parties about the System causing delays and resulting in low voting percentage were belied. On the contrary, this Bye-poll recorded 83% voting which is 4% more than the voting trends of 2007 elections In October 2010 Valpoi Bye Poll elections 14,852 voters finger prints and photographs were captured as against 14,879 who cast their votes as per the EVM. In March 2011 City Corporation of Panaji elections 23,914 voters finger prints and photographs were captured as against 23,968 who cast their votes as per the EVM. The Real time PMS coverage is 99.75% for CCP elections as compared to 99.2% in the Valpoi By-elections The main reason being that the system failed for a couple of minutes and had to be reset by the technical persons.