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The Election Commission of India (ECI) is responsible for conducting elections throughout the country. It is the responsibility of the ECI that these elections are conducted in a fair and just manner and have adhered to all the best practices and rules and regulations laid down by it.
Apart from conducting elections, the other responsibility of the ECI is voter education. It is of utmost importance that the voters of the country know their rights as well as responsibilities that define the essence of any democracy. Keeping this in mind, The Election Commission of India has launched the Systematic Voter’s Education and Electoral Participation, more commonly known as SVEEP.
SVEEP was initiated by the ECI in the year 2009 and since then has been very active in all parts of the country working to create voter awareness, promote voter education and voter literacy. It enables the voters to make an informed decision in an election and shape the future of the country.
SVEEP functions by organizing many general as well as specialized and focused involvements in the voter education based on the socio-economic, cultural and demographic sketch of a particular area or state. It also considers the previous voter participation and the trends followed in that particular area or state to frame the contents of the awareness programmes.
SVEEP was formed keeping in mind certain specific objectives relating to the elections scenario in the country. These objectives are stated below.
The structure of SVEEP is multi dimensional. SVEEP works right from the grass root levels up to the national level in order to achieve its objectives.
1. Booth Level
The Election Commission of India announced the institution of Booth Level officers, commonly known as BLOs in 2006. These officers are generally in charge of one or two polling stations and maintenance of the overall electoral roll of these stations. However, the custodian of the electoral roll of an Assembly/ Parliamentary Constituency is the Electoral Registration Officer.
2. District Level
At this level, the administrative head of the district i.e. the institution of the District Collector plays a crucial role in the management of the elections. They are known as District Level Officers or more commonly referred to as DLOs and are responsible for implementation of SVEEP at district levels.
The committee of SVEEP at this level is formed and headed by the Chief Executive officer of the Zilla Parishad/Chief Development Officer who is mostly an Additional District Magistrate. He is in charge of supervising and implementing the programme in its true sense at the district level.
3. State Level
An officer from the State CEO office is appointed to be in charge of the SVEEP programme in the respective state. This person is given the power to form a core group at the state level that can include representatives from various aspects of life such as universities, educational institutions, youth organizations, civil society groups, etc. on a voluntary basis. The committee or group will be responsible for the functioning of SVEEP at the State Level.
4. National level
The SVEEP wing of the ECI is responsible for formulating policies, laying down the framework, planning the involvement and the implementation of the objectives and the programme. It also ensures a continuous conversation with the civil society groups, media and the voting class. The ECI has long realized the workings or the challenges in bringing out behavioral changes of the voting class, and hence has always emphasized on the social orientation and the collaborative approach in implementation of the SVEEP across the country.
The approach of SVEEP is categorized in two phases namely the pre-poll phase that requires the voter registration and voter education and secondly the poll phase which is the actual turnout of the voters during the elections and the process of the elections.
The procedure or functioning of SVEEP involves the following four major steps:
3. Partnerships and Collaborations
National Voters day is an initiative that has been started by the Election Commission of India. It falls on the 25th of January, and has been celebrated every year since 2011. This initiative was started with a view to increase voter awareness and encourages them to vote in order to have maximum voter registration and turnout.
There are many events and activities organized by the SVEEP as part of its voter awareness and encouragement initiative. Some of these events are mentioned below.
These events are held at public places to encourage maximum participation and maximum reach of the objectives of SVEEP.
Voter facilitation is a way for SVEEP to ensure an easy voting process for the voters. Some of such measures taken by SVEEP are mentioned below.
Facilitation For Registration
Facilitation For Voter Turnout
1. What is the full form of SVEEP?
The full form of SVEEP is Systematic Voter’s Education and Electoral Participation.
2. When was SVEEP initiated?
SVEEP was initiated in the year 2009 by the ECI.
3. What are the objectives of SVEEP?
The objectives of SVEEP are mentioned below.
4. What are the structural divisions of the SVEEP?
SVEEP has four structural divisions in its setup. These are mentioned below.
5. When is the National Voters day Celebrated?
ECI has stated the initiative to celebrate the National Voters day on the 25th of January since the year 2011 to promote voter awareness and encourage their participation in the elections of the country.
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