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  1. IIIDEM

    Tender for Catering Service

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    LIMITED TENDER INVITING QUOTATION FOR CATERING SERVICES India International Institute of Democracy & Election Management, a training institute of the Election Commission of India, invites interested caterers to submit their quotation for providing lunch with 2-time tea and cookies during the training programme for SLMT in the month of September, 2019. The details of programme are as under- S. No. Name of the Programme Tentative Dates No. of Persons 1. 1st batch of SLMT (SVEEP) 23rd Sept-24th Sept. 2019 60 2. 2nd batch of SLMT (SVEEP) 26th Sept-27th Sept. 2019 60 3. 3rd batch of SLMT (SVEEP) 30th Sept-1st October, 2019 60 Interested caterers may submit their quotation, in sealed cover, to the undersigned, on or before 10:30 AM on 20th September, 2019. The said quotation will be opened at 11.00 AM on 20th September, 2019. Terms and Conditions :- 1. The bidder must have work experience of serving food to at least 100 persons on at least two occasions within last one years. 2. The bidder should have FSSAI Certificate. The quotation may be sent as per the performa mentioned below – S.No Item Menu Consolidated Rate of Lunch with two times tea and cookies per participant (INR) (Inclusive of all taxes, duties and service charges) 1 Lunch with two times tea and cookies · Plain Rice – 1 · Dal – 1 · Sabji – 2 (one paneer and one seasonal) · Roti (two types – Tandoori and Missi) · Raita/Papad · Salad and pickles · Dessert – 1 · Bisleri Water bottles(200ml)(5 bottles per person) Rs. ……………………… In words: Note: The caterer will be making arrangements for tables, crockery, transportation, etc. No extra payment on these accounts will be made. They will have to give a consolidated rate. The tender/quotation should be superscripted “TENDER FOR CATERING”. The tenders may be delivered to the following address: Shri Santosh Kumar Under Secretary, 2ndfloor, IIIDEM Campus, Plot No. 1, Sector -13, Dwarka, India International Institute of Democracy and Election Management New Delhi – 110078.
  2. IIIDEM

    Tender for Hotels Accommodation

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    NOTICE FOR INVITING TENDER (NIT) FOR HOTEL ACCOMMODATION India International Institute of Democracy & Election Management, a training institute of the Election Commission of India, invites interested hotels to submit their quotation for hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis in connection with the training programme of SLMT stated below: S. No. Name of the Programme Tentative Dates for accommodation No. of tentative days No. of Rooms 1. 1st batch of SLMT (SVEEP) Training on 23-24 September, 2019 22nd (AN) to 25th Sept., 2019 (FN) 3 (Three) nights approx 32 (on twin sharing basis) 2. 2nd batch of SLMT (SVEEP) Training on 26-27 September. 2019 from 25th (AN) to 28th Sept., 2019 (FN) 3 (Three) nights approx 32 (on twin sharing basis) 3. 3rd batch of SLMT (SVEEP) Training 30 Sept.-1 October, 2019 from 29th (AN) to 2nd October, 2019 (FN) 3 (Three) nights approx 32 (on twin sharing basis) Interested hotels may submit their sealed tenders to the undersigned, so as the same will reach the undersigned latest by 11:00 A.M. on 20th September, 2019. Both technical bid and financial bid should be sent in separate envelope. The sealed envelope containing the tender (Technical Bid and Financial Bid) should be superscripted “TENDER FOR ACCOMMODATION FOR SLMT (SVEEP) TRAINING”. The tenders may be sent by Post or may be delivered to by the stipulated date and time to the following address :- Under Secretary, 2nd Floor, IIIDEM, Election Commission of India, Plot No. 1, Dwarka Sector 13, New Delhi -110078.
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    SVEEP strategy for EVP - regarding.
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    No. ECI/PN/64/2019 Dated: 13th June, 2019 PRESS NOTE Subject: SVEEP Nodal Officers from across the country meet to deliberate upon the blueprint for the next five years A two-day National Conference of SVEEP Nodal Officers was organized by the Election Commission of India on June 10-11, 2019 at TERI Retreat in Gurugram to review the strategy and implementation of outreach programmes during Lok Sabha Election 2019 and to chalk out the blueprint for the next 5 years. In the Closing Session on 11th June, while congratulating the SVEEP Nodal Officers from the 36 states/UTs for historic voter turnout, lowest ever gender gap in participation and systematic efforts for making elections accessible, Election Commissioner Shri Ashok Lavasa also exhorted the officers to introspect in true spirit on what else could have been done. He implored all to minutely identify the areas of concern and personally visit low turnout areas for better understanding of reason of low participation there. Flagging the gap in registration among the newly eligible 18-19 years old and the participation gap among the 32% of registered populace, Shri Lavasa said that Election Commission shall need to go beyond incremental progress and think of leap frogging for which substantive changes are perhaps needed in many aspect of election management. Shri Lavasa asked the Officers to reach out to people outside the election machinery to get new ideas that can be incorporated. Earlier, Sr. Deputy Election Commissioner Shri Umesh Sinha appreciated the innovations taken up at the grassroot level by election officials. He said that officials should strive to achieve the efficiency where shorter time is taken to register an elector and for a registered elector to cast his or her vote making the entire process smoother and more convenient for the citizen. Shri Sinha also said that along with the quantity, one needs to focus upon improving the quality of electoral participation. SVEEP Nodal Officers from across the country gathered to share state experiences, challenges faced, good practices as well as case studies on Day 1. On the second day of the conference, the officers deliberated upon 6 topics viz. Critical Gaps, Accessible Elections, Youth & Gender, Electoral Literacy Clubs, Partnerships & Volunteering and use of Social Media, and chalked out strategy for the next Phase of SVEEP. A special session on Social Media was conducted in the morning on how to effectively engage with the voters on Twitter and Instagram. All the points chalked out during the Conference shall be further worked upon to detail out the Phase IV of the SVEEP programme which shall cover the year 2020-2024.
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    No. ECI/PN/44/2019 Dated: 30th March, 2019 PRESS NOTE Community Radio Stations across the country assure to contribute their best for voter education & awareness. 120 Community Radios attend SVEEP workshop of ECI at IIIDEM In a first of its kind initiative, the Election Commission of India has reached out to over 150 Community Radio stations from across the country to help educate and inform the voters. The event was organised by India International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Management (IIIDEM), in partnership with Seeking Modern Applications for Real Transformation (SMART), at IIIDEM, Dwarka, New Delhi. The main purpose of the workshop was for training and capacity building of Community Radios for voter education and awareness. In the Valedictory address on March 29, 2019, Mr. Umesh Sinha, Senior Deputy Election Commissioner, ECI said that the Community Radio is one of the best medium to reach the last voter of the country. He said that these workshops were just the beginning to a long term and sustained engagement and Community Radio can play a vital role in motivating and mobilising the voters, enlisting the underserved voters into the electoral roll, mobilising them to go to the polling booth, educating them about their rights and responsibilities, and making them an informed and educated voter. He emphasised that every voter is the first representative of the country, they are the soldiers and play an important role in protecting democracy. All voters across the country have the same power. Elections provide a level playing field as each vote has the same power, no matter who casts it –the richest of the rich or the poorest of the poor. He said that Community Radio can play an important role in strengthening democracy by developing content in their local dialects and deepening the process of voter education and awareness upto the grass root levels. He assured that Community Radio Stations will now become an integral part of the voter education programme. The workshop was inaugurated by Mr Chandra Bhushan Kumar, Deputy Election Commissioner & DG, IIIDEM on March 25, who iterated that Community Radios can play a pivotal role in increasing voter enrolment and participation in the “Festival of Democracy“. He said that the tag line of ‘No voter to be left behind’ was to ensure that each and every eligible voter irrespective of his or her economic status, class, caste or profession understands the importance of his or her vote. He talked about the measures taken to include migrant workers, homeless, tribal persons, persons with disabilities (PWD), service voters, NRIs. He said that the effort of the Commission is to ensure fair and fearless elections and that Community Radios can play an important role in assisting Election Commission. Ms. Archana Kapoor, Founder of SMART, said that inclusion of Community Radio stations in the campaign is also recognition of the work by ECI, being done at the grass root levels by the stations. The stations will broadcast programmes in their own dialect and will develop 5 programmes each, besides broadcasting promotional material. Ms. Kapoor assured that Community Radio station, across the country, will contribute their best for voter education.
  6. ECI

    SVEEP

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    SVEEP
  7. 74 downloads

    SVEEP Digital Library
  8. 6 downloads

    SVEEP: Gujarat Elections 2012 - A Documented Report
  9. 18 downloads

    Appointment of consultant for Systematic Voters' Education And Electoral Participation(SVEEP) related work
  10. 524 downloads

    Systematic Voters' Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) Compendium of Instructions (February 2014)
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    SystematicVoters'Education andElectoralParticipation SVEEP CompendiumofInstructions (March2013)

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