How do you verify your name on the Electoral Roll?

Last updated on Jun 15, 2022

Verifying your name on the electoral roll is important. Before you go to the polling station to cast your vote, you can verify if your name is included in the electoral list of your constituency, by any of the following methods1:

Online

You can visit NVSP’s Electoral Search website and fill in the required details, such as your name, age, the State, district and the assembly constituency where you reside. If you are on the electoral roll, your details along with your EPIC number will be verified by the website.

In Person

If you are not able to verify your name online, you can call 1950 and ask for the details of the office where you can go to check your name on the electoral list. They will also inform you to take relevant documents or identification for the purpose of verification.

  1. Voter Portal FAQ, Election Commission of India, available at https://voterportal.eci.gov.in/faq.[]

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