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    Updated list of Electoral Trust as furnished by CBDT vide its letter dated 08.09.2021
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    Submission of Contribution Report for FY 2020-21 Name and address of the Electoral Trust: Triumph Electoral Trust Date of filing: 28 August 2021 Assessment Year: 2020-21 Total Contribution Received: 0 Total donation paid/disburseed to political parties: 0
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    List of parties seeking registration Samajik Nyay Navlok Party Shiromani Akali Dal (Sanyukt)
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    Submission of Election Expenditure Report for Legislative Assemblies Election of NCT of Delhi - 2020 Name of the Party: Janata Dal (United) Date of filing: 10 September 2021 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): Nil
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    No.485/IT/Security Product/PGRS Dated: 22nd September, 2021 Notice Kindly refer to the "Request for Proposal for security products" published on Commission's website, vide Commission's letter of even number dated 1st September, 2021. The Commission has received a number of requests from companies to extend the date for submission of documents from 22nd September, 2021 at 03:30 PM. Based on these requests the Commission has decided to extend the date for submission of bid documents by the companies for one week i.e. till 29th September, 2021 at 02:30 PM.All other terms and conditions remain unchanged.
  8. ECI organised a National Conference on Accessible Elections on 21st September, 2021 at Nirvachan Sadan, New Delhi.
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    No.ECI/PN/82/2021 Dated: September 21, 2021 PRESS NOTE ECI organizes National Conference on Accessible Elections; Way forward to further streamline policy framework discussed The Election Commission of India today organised a virtual National Conference on Accessible Elections 2021 with the objective to assess the present accessibility policies and discuss strategies for addressing barriers to enhance participation in electoral process for voters with disabilities. The virtual conference was attended by members of National Advisory Committee on Accessible Elections, Chief Electoral Officers, Civil Society Organisations representing various disabilities and representatives from Government Ministries and Institutions. Reaffirming Election Commission’s commitment to make elections more inclusive, accessible, and voter friendly for PwDs, Chief Election Commissioner, Shri Sushil Chandra said that the Commission values the decision making role of primary stakeholders - the voters including persons with disabilities, who can and should play a key role in electoral process. CEC added that all the meaningful inputs and recommendations suggested by Persons with Disabilities and their representative organisations are taken into consideration while framing guidelines for enhancing inclusivity and accessibility at every step of the electoral process. Shri Chandra reiterated ECI’s commitment in various international resolutions and mandates emphasising the inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in the electoral process. He emphasized the need for pleasant and dignified polling experience to PwDs. He mentioned that all polling stations are on ground floor equipped with ramp and wheelchairs, and sufficient volunteers are kept at polling stations for smooth and hassle free election experience. Election Commissioner Shri Rajiv Kumar said that the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act 2016 provides for a legal mandate to ensure all polling stations to be made accessible for persons with disabilities and all material related to electoral process are easily understandable and usable by them. He added that the collective efforts of election officials and CSO stakeholders have contributed significantly in reaching out to a large number of electors with disabilities across the country, apart from building the electoral process accessible, safe and respectful for different population groups. Election Commissioner Shri Anup Chandra Pandey emphasised on the need for community support systems to be strengthened by ways of advanced data processing, identifying community referral points and creating harmonised echo systems for specific citizens groups such as persons with disabilities and senior citizens. Shri Pandey added that Accessible Elections have always been a thrust area of the Commission, whereby ECI specifically focuses on the inclusion of all target groups, ensuring that everyone has equal access throughout the entire electoral process. Secretary General, Shri Umesh Sinha said that ECI has timely organised this conference when the Commission is preparing for the forthcoming State Assembly Elections. Inputs received from various CEOs, CSOs and ECI Icons will be incorporated in the planning and preparation for elections to be more accessible, inclusive and voter friendly for PwDs and Senior Citizens. It was informed that as on today about 77.4 lakhs PwDs are registered voters. Recognising that a strong and vibrant democracy is founded on the bedrock of inclusion and participation, today’s deliberations focused on themes of Identification/ mapping of PwDs, Accessible Registration, Facilitation at Polling Stations, Efficient use of Technology for Accessible elections, Accessible Voter Education and Leveraging Partnerships & Collaborations and Media Outreach. Significant speakers from different CSOs including Director AADI, Executive Director, National Association of Deaf, Director, SPARC-India, Executive Director, NCPEDP, Executive Director BPA, representatives from ISLRTC & PDUNIPPD, as also ECI National Icon, Dr. Niru Kumar shared valuable inputs for making the election accessible and inclusive. Based on suggestions received from different stakeholders, a resolution was adopted to pave the way forward to further streamline the policy framework on ‘Accessible Elections’, for future elections. Comprehensive monitoring mechanism and Accessibility Assessment of all polling stations; Integration of all mainstream policies & programs for PwDs; training & sensitization of election personnel; increased awareness to improve understanding of disability ; improvised methods of data collection; awareness on postal ballot facility for PwDs; robust IVRS Helpline and online grievance redressal mechanism and deployment of accessibility observers and micro observers to ensure accessibility at all levels of electoral process were some of the the ideas discussed during the virtual conference. During the conference, Chief Election Commissioner Shri Sushil Chandra along with the Election Commissioners Shri Rajiv Kumar & Shri Anup Chandra Pandey released the following; Crossing the Barriers- Accessibility Initiatives 2021. The Booklet is a compilation of innovative practices & accessibility initiatives for facilitating and empowering PwD electors. Braille Language versions of recently launched initiatives like Voter Guide, Letter to the new voter, and a Song Booklet of 50 motivational songs on voter awareness. Sign Language versions of two awareness videos of Voter helpline app and EVM-VVPAT An evaluation study of Outcomes of SVEEP Activities and Facilities provided to PwDs in General Assembly Election 2018 & Lok Sabha Elections 2019 in Karnataka was also released by the Commission. A presentation on accessibility initiatives taken so far by the Election Commission including the learnings & experiences from the recently poll gone states, was also shared with the participants. The Conference had dedicated sign language interpreters to make the conference accessible for PwD participants.
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    List of parties seeking registration Allied Millennials Party Of India Jan Samuh Party Navyuvak Atmanirbhar Party Pathik Swaraj Party Rashtriya Yuva Janadkhikar Party Vishwa Bharath Party
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    Submission of Audited Annual Accounts FY 2019-20 Name of the Party: Indian Union Muslim League Date of filing: 18 August 2021 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 3,76,74,369 Total Receipt shown (in Rs.): 90221885
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    Submission of Audited Annual Accounts FY 2019-20 Name of the Party: Zoram Nationalist Party Date of filing: 10 September 2021 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 10,39,675 Total Receipt shown (in Rs.): 1108724
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    Submission of Audited Annual Accounts FY 2019-20 Name of the Party: Rashtriya Loktantrik Party Date of filing: 24 April 2021 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 3,42,200 Total Receipt shown (in Rs.): 342200
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    Submission of Audited Annual Accounts FY 2019-20 Name of the Party: Kerala Congress (M) Date of filing: 06 September 2021 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 12,80,896 Total Receipt shown (in Rs.): 1305475
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    Submission of Audited Annual Accounts FY 2019-20 Name of the Party: Jannayak Janta Party Date of filing: 21 June 2021 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 1,22,43,717 Total Receipt shown (in Rs.): 34046237
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    Submission of Audited Annual Accounts FY 2019-20 Name of the Party: Indigenous People's Front Date of filing: Monday 06 September 2021 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 5,90,083 Total Receipt shown (in Rs.): 555000
  18. CEC Shri Sushil Chandra addressing students and faculty of IIT Madras in their new webinar series titled Voices of the State on 16th September 2021.
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    Submission of Audited Annual Accounts FY 2020-21 Name of the Party: People's Democratic Alliance Date of filing: 09 September 2021 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 5,53,749 Total Receipt shown (in Rs.): 554700
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    Submission of Election Expenditure Report for Legislative Assemblies Election of NCT of Delhi - 2020 Name of the Party: Rashtriya Lok Dal Date of filing: 27 August 2021 Total expenditure shown (in Rs.): 10,16,778
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    No.485/IT/Security Products/PGRS Dated: 16th September, 2021 NOTICE Kindly refer Request for Proposal for security products issued vide Commission's letter of even number dated 27.08.2021. The Commission has received a number of queries/ suggestions from prospective bidders regarding the RFP during pre bid meeting held on 9th September, 2021. These queries/ suggestions have been considered and it has been decided that the clarifications issued herewith shall be treated as part of the RFP.
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    Samajwadi Party- Submission of Contribution Report for FY 2019-20 Name of the Party: Samajwadi Party Date of filing: 07 October 2020 Total contribution shown (in Rs.): 152321000
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    Jharkhand Mukti Morcha- Submission of Contribution Report for FY 2019-20 Name of the Party: Jharkhand Mukti Morcha Date of filing: 02 January 2021 Total contribution shown (in Rs.): 64423500
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    Submission of Contribution Report for FY 2019-20 Date of filing: 27 November 2020 Name and address of the Electoral Trust: New Democratic Electoral Trust Assessment Year: 2019-20 Total Contribution Received: 465000000 Total donation paid/disburseed to political parties: 465000000
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    No. 590/IIIDEM/Academic Affairs/ Centre Head/2020 Dated 15.09.2021 Office Memorandum Subject: - Recruitment against 06 (six) posts in Academic discipline on Deputation/Contract basis. Reference advertisement for the following posts in the Employment News 24th – 30th July, 2021 and 5 National Dailies on 20th July, 2021. Sl. No. Name of the Post No. of Posts Equivalent rank under the UGC Guidelines Scale of Pay 1. Dean-School of Election Management and Technology 1 Professor Level 14 Rs.1,44,200- 2,18,200 2. Faculty/ Assistant Professor General Management 1 Assistant Professor Level 12 Rs. 79,800- 2,11,500 3. Faculty/ Assistant Professor Election Management 1 Assistant Professor Level 12 Rs. 79,800- 2,11,500 4. Dean – School of Electoral Law 1 Professor Level 14 Rs.1,44,200- 2,18,200 5. Faculty/ Assistant Professor Electoral Law 1 Assistant Professor Level 12 Rs. 79,800- 2,11,500 6. Head- Research and Innovation 1 Associate Professor Level 13 A Rs. 1,31,400- 2,17,100 2. For details of advertisement including educational qualifications, age and eligibility criteria etc and also previous advertisement wherein eligibility was restricted to appointment on deputation basis, please visit the website of the Commission www.eci.gov.in under the link -https://eci.gov.in/files/file/13619-office-memorandum-regarding-filling-up-of-various-posts-in-academic-discipline-in-iiidem-proposal-for-composite-method-of-selection-regarding/ 3. The last date for receipt of applications is hereby extended from 31.08.2021 to 29.10.2021. All other terms and conditions remain unchanged.
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    Hindi Diwas - 2021

    CEC Sh. Sushil Chandra & ECs Sh. Rajiv Kumar and Sh. Anup Chandra Pandey released ECI publication Rajbhasha Smaarika on Hindi Diwas today on September 14, 2021 and awarded prize winning entries to various competitions held.
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ECI Main websiteThe Election Commission of India is an autonomous constitutional authority responsible for administering election processes in India. The body administers elections to the Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, State Legislative Assemblies in India, and the offices of the President and Vice President in the country. The Election Commission operates under the authority of Constitution per Article 324, and subsequently enacted Representation of the People Act. 

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