2-day Training on ERO-Net concludes at Reasi

REASI: Two day training on ERO-Net services organised for Booth Level Officers (BLO)s of the three constituencies of this district concluded here today.

This reformative training on Electoral Registration Officers (ERO)-Net services aims at updating the officials about the online enrolment, transfer or amendment, rectification and replacement of voter cards thereby ensuring poll efficiency and accurate service delivery in a systematic and economic way.

During the training, the instructors informed the participants that ERO-Net is basically a portal through which voters can apply for any type of services pertaining to the electoral registration process. It was further informed that the portal helps in transfer, rectification or updation of voter cards without wastage of any time and in a very economic way.

The instructors also informed that the applicants can upload their personal documents in PDF format as well as track the status of their applications through SMS alerts and registered e-mails.

Speaking on the occasion, District Election Officer Prasana Ramaswamy G said that this modern technique of electoral enrolment introduced by Election Commission of India will certainly help in eradication of ghost voters and preparing Unified National Photo Electoral Rolls thereby ensuring cent percent accuracy, transparency and wide coverage.

The District Election Officer also stressed upon the trainees to understand well this new technique and motivate the stakeholders for practically adopting this method in electoral registration.

The questions and queries based on operation of ERO-Net portal as raised by the trainees and other participants were also responded one by one by the experts.

Among other, Deputy District Election Officer Surjeet Singh, DIO NIC Ashish Dogra and other staff members were also present on the occasion.

 

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