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VoteIndia.in is or was an independent, non-profitable, non-charitable, non-governmental and politically neutral project initiated by a group of young Indian students and professionals. It aims to increase voter turnout and encourage the people of India to make an informed choice in selecting their leaders.
The main objectives of VoteIndia.in are:
- Increasing the voting percentage by encouraging and assisting users.
- Encouraging people to consider "Good Governance" as a criterion for choosing their candidate.
- Educating voters about their rights and the importance of voting.
VoteIndia.in is involved in gathering information on appointing college and corporate representatives and making presentations in offices and college campuses (presently in Mumbai) to educate students and professionals about the election process & registration procedures. The Vote India website also provides information regarding the registration process.
VoteIndia.in does not have any affiliation with any organisation or political party. While VoteIndia.in is open to financial assistance from any non-political organisation, it intends to retain freedom in its operations.
- Vote India website
- How To Register as a Voter
- How To Register as a Voter (Hindi)
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- Effacing the ‘dirty’ prefix from politics, The Times of India, 30 August 2008
- Vote India project, The Hindu, 25 February 2009
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- India goes Online to tackle apathetic middle class voters