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  • 1. ELECTORAL POLITICS
  • 2. WHAT ARE ELECTIONS? Elections are the mechanism by which the people can choose their representatives at regular intervals of time and change them if they wish to do so.
  • 3. WHY ELECTION? • It helps us to choose who will make law for us. • Voters can choose the party whose policies will guide the government. • It is not physically possible for the whole population to sit together and make decisions.
  • 4. ELECTION AND DEMOCRACY
  • 5. IS IT GOOD TO HAVE POLITICAL COMPITITION?
  • 6. DO WE REALLY NEED DIFFERENT POLITICAL PARTIES? INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS
  • 7. BHARTIYA JANTA PARTY DO WE REALLY NEED DIFFERENT POLITICAL PARTIES?
  • 8. DO WE REALLY NEED DIFFERENT POLITICAL PARTIES? COMMUNIST PARTY OF INDIA
  • 9. DO WE REALLY NEED DIFFERENT POLITICAL PARTIES? BAHUJAN SAMAJ PARTY
  • 10. DO WE REALLY NEED DIFFERENT POLITICAL PARTIES? NATIONALIST CONGRESS PARTY
  • 11. OUR SYSTEM OF ELECTIONS
  • 12. Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha elections are held regularly after every five years. Elections are held in all constituencies at the same time. These are called GENERAL ELECTION.
  • 13. ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCIES
  • 14. The country is divided into different areas for purposes of elections. These areas are called electoral constituencies. The representative elected from each constituency is called a Member of Parliament.
  • 15. RESERVED CONSITUENCY Electoral constituencies that are reserved for candidates from Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes are known as reserved constituencies.
  • 16. VOTER LIST
  • 17. ELECTION PHOTO IDENTITY CARD
  • 18. WHO CAN VOTE? • Any citizen over the age of 18 irrespective of caste, creed, religion or gender can cast vote. • Those who are convicted of certain criminal offences are not allowed to vote.
  • 19. ELECTION COMMISSION • It is a powerful body which conducts elections in our country • It implements the code of conduct and punishes any candidate or party that violates it. • Election commission is free from political influence.
  • 20. ELECTION COMMISION OFFICE
  • 21. CASE STUDY
  • 22. VOTER TURNOUT IN INDIA AND UK 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 1995 2005 INDIA UK
  • 23. PARTICIPATION OF PEOPLE IN POLITICAL CAMPAIGN 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 1996 1998 1999 2004 PARTICIPATION PARTICIPATION
  • 24. VOTER TURNOUT IN INDIA AND US BY SOCIAL GROUPS 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% GEN. OBC SC ST WHITE BLACK HISPANIC
  • 25. MADE BY • KUNAL SINGH • KASHISH ANAND • HARSHIT SHARMA • HIRENDRA LAKHOTIA

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