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Operationalisation of District Contact Centre as Voter Helpline

  

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1950 as Voter Helpline across all Districts of India

1950 in all Districts

1950 as a universal number across India

  1. Each District will have Voter Helpline number 1950 and the only universal number of Elections Commission of India will be 1950

  2. When a citizen calls 1950 his call will land up in the district from where is he calling

  3. He will be greeted in the language of the District. (If he so desires he can call up any District across India by prefixing 1950 with the STD code)

Standard Operating Procedure for all Districts

  1. All-District Contact centre has uniform Standard Operating Procedure, have a similar FAQ, access to NVSP and ERONET. Thus every citizen will get the same answer from wherever he is calling from.

  2. Any Districts upon receiving call will punch every call details on the National Grievance Service Portal. Thus every caller details, nature of calls and resolution status is viewable to every official in the ECI from DEO, CEO and ECI in a single unified interface.

Toll-Free in every State / UT

  1. CEO Office will have State Contact Centre with a toll-free number whose primary job is to monitor 1950, take escalated calls, calls pertaining to CEO office and work as a control room during election times.  If required, the State HQ 1950 IVRS be configured for providing the citizen with a choice for District Contact Centre of HQ or the State Contact Centre.


What's New in Version

Released

Files Included with this download:

  1. letter No: 485/Comp/NCC/2017 Dated 2nd January 2019 regarding Operationalisation of District Contact Centre as Voter Helpline. 
  2. The SOP of Voter Helpline at State and District Level
  3. Technical Architecture for District Contact Centre
  4. Technical Architecture for State Contact Centre
  5. Call Handling Mechanism
  6. Voter Helpline: Process Flow
  7. IVRS System
  8. Status of preparedness clarifications 05.01.2019
  9. Voter Helpling soft launch letter dated 24/01/2019
  10. DCC Operationalisation as Voter Helpline - Clarifications regarding
  11. Uniform IVRS and Call Centre Response at 1950 letter dated 25/01/2019



ECI Main Website

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. 

Voter Helpline App

Voter HelplineDownload our NEW Mobile App 'Voter Helpline' from Play Store. The Android App 'Voter Helpline' provides you easy searching of your name in Electoral Roll, filling up online forms, knowing about Elections, and most importantly, lodging grievance. You will have access to everything about Election Commission of India. You can view the latest Press release, Current News, Events, Gallery and much more. You can also track your form application and status of your grievance. Click here to download. Don't forget to give your feedback from the link provided within the Application.

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