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My vote,my right awareness ppt

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A Campaign by CYSS to educate and spread awareness of voting and its benefits/importance among the youth.

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My vote,my right awareness ppt

  1. 1. CHATTRA YUVA SANGHARSH SAMITI ‘My vote, My right’ – Voter ID registration campaign.
  2. 2. CURRENT VOTER TURNOUT The voter turnout in the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections was 66.38%. This means that on an average only HALF the registered population would vote if the current trends are continued!! India has the highest cumulative youth numbers in the entire WORLD. This means that it will also have the largest number of youth that DID NOT VOTE if current trends continue!!
  3. 3. DOES MY VOTE MATTER? YES. IT DOES. •Members of the Legislative Assembly get a budget with which they can put to use for the benefit of the voters from their constituency. Higher voter turnout means higher budget. •Members of the Parliament work in close contact with the Members of the Legislative Assemblies to make sure that the bills they put forward in the Parliament meet national interest. •It proves that you are a responsible citizen. •It gives you a right to choose your representative. •It gives you the power to question decisions.
  4. 4. WHY SHOULD I MOTIVATE OTHERS TO VOTE? •We, as a people, can succeed only if we take cumulative consensus. Therefore, people near you have an integral role to play too. •It makes sure that a larger number of opinions are considered, and the most preferred candidate is elected. •It has all the individual benefits. HOW DO I VOTE? •YOU MUST HAVE YOUR NAME REGISTERED IN THE ELECTORAL ROLLS OF YOUR CONSTITUENCY. •ELECTORAL VOTER ID CARD IS NOT MANDATORY. •Any Primary Identity Proof (Passport/Pan Card/ Driving Liscence) is enough to exercise voting rights
  5. 5. WHOM DO I VOTE FOR? •GATHER KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE CANDIDATE FROM YOUR CONSTITUENCY. VOTE FOR THE DESERVING CANDIDATE. • Sources of information can be: Election Manifesto • Newspapers • TV News Channels (Times NOW, NDTV etc) • Rally Speeches I DO NOT HAVE MY NAME REGITERED IN ELECTORAL ROLLS. WHAT DO I DO? CONTACT US. WE WILL GET YOU REGISTERED.
  6. 6. WHY THIS CAMPAIGN? •Instill a sense of belongingness •Make aware of rights and duties. •Realize the importance of Ethical Voting . •Enable conversation among Youth on their Democratic rights and duties. WHY YOUTH VOTERS? •Youth Voters are those voters in the age group of 18 to 25 years. Most of the Voters in this age group are first time voters. •There is no formal or informal mechanism to prepare the Voters to perform their Democratic duties.
  7. 7. OBJECTIVES OF THE CAMPAIGN •Awareness creation and education •Community Building – Develop thought leaders and champions who will evangelize Voting •Create a buzz about participating in Elections. •Change perception of Voting as a duty to Voting as cool. Speak their Language: Connect •Spread a message •Go where our audience are •Speak in their language and Provide a platform to them.
  8. 8. Zia Nomani (zia.nomani@gmail.com) CYSS - Karnataka

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