How To Apply For New Voter Id Card in Online in Telugu – New Voter ID Card Online Apply Process 2024

 How To Apply For New Voter Id Card in Online in Telugu – New Voter ID Card Online Apply Process 2024

Voting is a fundamental right as a citizen of India. If you are aged 18 years and above, then it is important you apply for a voter ID so that you can vote. You can apply for a voter id card either online or offline.


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Every Indian voter who is registered receives a special identity number from the Election Commission of India, sometimes known as a Voter ID Card. Every voter receives an EPIC Number, or Electoral Photo Identity Card Number, in addition to their Voter ID Card. The EPIC Number, a 10-digit alphanumeric code made up of both letters and digits, is displayed on the front of the voter identification card. It is essential for exercising the right to vote in municipal, state, and federal elections since it acts as each voter’s individual identification.


Online Enrollment Process for a New Voter ID Card:

How to Apply for a Voter ID Card Online?


Step 1: Visit the official website of the Voters’ Service Portal .

Step 2: There on the website under ‘Forms’ either click on ‘Fill Form 6’ or download the form and take its printout. Fill Form 6 if you are a resident of India. If you are an NRI then click on ‘Form 6A’.

Step 3: If you want to apply online, then register yourself by clicking on the ‘Sign-up’ button and providing your mobile number and email ID and other important details. If you are already registered, then provide your registered mobile number or EPIC number followed by the password and captcha and click on ‘Request OTP’. Enter the one-time password (OTP) and log in to the portal.

Step 4: Enter details and upload the required documents.

Step 5: Click on “Submit“.

Step 6: Once you submit, you will receive an email at the email address that you have provided. This email will have a link to a personal Voter’s ID page. You will be able to track your voter ID application through this page, and you should receive your Voter ID card in a month from your application.

Documents Required to Apply For a Voter’s ID Card :

To apply for a voter ID card online, you would require the following documents:

  • One passport sized photograph
  • Identity proof- this could be a birth certificate, passport, driving licence, PAN Card or high school mark sheet.
  • Address proof- this could be either ration card, your passport, driving license or a utility bill (phone or electricity).

Voter’s ID Card Eligibility:

The eligibility criteria for Voter’s ID Card can be summed up as follows:

  • The applicant should be an Indian citizen.
  • The applicant must have a permanent residential address.
  • The applicant must be at least 18 years old.


Sections of Voter ID Form:

Form 6 is a comprehensive document that gathers all information about the applicant and is divided into sections. At the start of the form, you will have to choose the state or the province you are applying for the voter id card form, and select your constituency from drop-down menus.

The different sections of the online Voter ID form are as follows:

First Section:

The first section of the form contains information on the applicant’s details. The first column requires you to fill in your name in both English as well as the regional language of your state/province. You would be required to fill in your gender, with a list of options to choose from a drop-down menu. Birth details follow next. Here you would have to fill in your date of birth or your age as on the day you are filling out the form, whichever one is known. You would have to fill in all birth details such as the state you were born in and the district or province. You can fill in the name of the village or town if you wish to.

You would have to fill in the name of either your mother/father/husband/wife, mentioning the individual’s name and surname. You would also have to fill in what relationship you share, such as if the person is your father/mother/husband. This information is to be mentioned in both English as well as the regional language.

Second Section:

The second section deals with your address particulars. In this section, you would have to fill in your house or door number, which is optional. You have to provide the name of your street, locality, road or mohalla. Also compulsory is entering the name of your village or town. After this, you have to enter the name of the post office in your locality. Next, you would have to enter the pin code and the tehsil/ taluka or mandal or thana. After this you have to select your district from a drop-down menu. You can choose to fill in your email ID and your mobile number.

Third Section:

The third section is where you would have to enter the details of any family member who is currently registered as a voter in the same electoral constituency. You would have to enter the name of the person, their relationship (whether they are your mother, father or husband), their election photo ID number, also their constituency and serial number as it appears in the electoral rolls of the constituency.

You would also have to upload supporting documents like your photograph, address proof and identity proof.

Fourth Section:

The fourth section of the form is the declaration. This declaration confirms that you are a citizen of India who resides at the address you have provided in the form. It further states that you have not applied for a voter’s ID card in any other constituency.

The last declaration is one with two options:

  • The first states that this is the first time your name will be included on the electoral rolls in any constituency.
  • The second option states that your name may be on the electoral roll, here you would have to provide the place where it could be registered, along with the date (in day, month and year format).

You would have to select one of the two options as applicable.

Once you have finished filling up the form, you can choose from the options provided. If you have finished entering all your information, you can select “Submit“. In case you wish to continue filling it at a later date, you can select “Save”, and complete the form whenever you wish. If you want to erase all the information you have entered, you can select the “Reset” button.


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