Download e-EPIC PDF (Election Card) Election Commission of India
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Question And Answer About e- EPIC Card
1.Question: What is e-EPIC?
2. Question: Where can I download it?
3. Question: What to do for e-EPIC on mobile?
4. Question: I have lost my EPIC number, how do I download e-EPIC?
5.Question: I don’t have an e-EPIC number, but I have a Form-6 reference number, can I download e-EPIC?
6. Question: What is the file format of e-EPIC?
7. Question: What will be the size of the e-EPIC file?
8.Question: Can I print e-EPIC as an identity card at the polling station?
9. Question: What do I have to do to download e-EPIC?
10. Question: What is e-KYC?
11.Question: What to do if e-KYC fails?
12.Question: What is required for e-KYC?
13. Question: If my mobile number is not registered in Eroll, can I download e-EPIC?
14.Question: The number registered in ERoll is not currently in use. Can I update another number?
15. Question: Can e-EPIC be downloaded on a smartphone?
16.Question: My family members are registered on the same mobile number. How to download e-EPIC in such a situation?
Election Card The service will start in two phases
Registration can be done from mobile number
Voters will benefit from the digital facility
Follow the steps below to download the e-EPIC Card.
e-EPIC is a portable document format(PDF) version of the EPIC which can be downloaded on mobile or in a self-printable form on the computer. A voter can thus store the card on his/her mobile, upload it on Digi locker or print it and self-laminate it. This is in addition to PCV EPIC being issued for fresh registration.
About e -EPIC Card (Election Card)
1. Focus on tech tools:
2. Comprehensive Communication Plan :
iv. Outreach material developed for Special Revision, Elections, etc. to be used after suitable modification showcasing masks, gloves, and physical distancing.
v. CEO to take necessary steps for further inventory building on Voters ‘ Information and Awareness material, as also confidence-building during the COVID pandemic.
3. Media Engagement :
Media briefings ( following COVID precautions ) and the presence of Media on NVD may be ensured for wide publicity of various interventions
i. The successful conduct of Bihar Elections during the COVID 19 pandemic may be shown as a key model. The extensive use & availability of masks, sanitizers, PPE kits, etc. for ensuring all forms of safety may be highlighted.
ii. The State Icons may be engaged through recording of audio-video messages ) to spread awareness about safety measures & protocols adhered to by the Commission during elections which will help build confidence and motivate voters for participation.
iii. CEOs and DEOs may use the phone-ins on Radio & Television to engage with & respond to voters.
iv . BLOs may participate in phone-ins in Community Radio to address queries at the Community level
v. All forms of media i.e. print, audiovisual, outdoor advertisement, FM radio, television, SMS, c – mails, social media, cultural troupes, etc. may be utilized for awareness & propagating themes.
4. Different Platforms :
In the COVID scenario, maximum use of Digital & Electronic media should be made for SVEEP Partnerships should be explored with all Social Media platforms, cellular, telephone, and cable networks in the region to run SVEEP messages related to registration/poll day, physical distancing, sanitization, and respiratory hygiene.
5. Use of Technology :
IT tools may be suitably used for information dissemination & motivation as well as for the facilitation of electors and voters. Keeping in view the present theme, the following may be transmitted through 360-degree communication. The suite of 20 Apps developed by the Commission provide a perfect ecosystem to work in tandem during non – election, pre-election, in the – election, and post-election phases as follows :
a ) Phase 1: Non – Election: Encompasses Voter portal, Voter Helpline App, SMS, 1950, Political Party registration online tracking
b ) Phase II: Pre-election: EVM tracking software, ECONET
c ) Phase III: In – election: cVIGIL, Nomination Application, Suvidha App, ENCORE
d ) Date of Poll: Voter Turnout App
e ) Date of Counting: Result Trends TV
f ) Phase IV: Post Elections: Election expenditure App, Index card