Voting is a fundamental right of any citizen that enables to choose the leaders of tomorrow. It not only enables the citizens to vote for political parties but it also helps to realize the importance of citizenship. Many people do not vote, thinking one vote will not make a change, but as a matter of fact, it does. In order to encourage more young voters to take part in the political process, the government of India has decided to celebrate January 25 every year as “National Voters’ Day.” The program was embarked on 25th January in the presence of Officer In charge Of MBA Prof. M.L.S. DEVA KUMAR, Faculty In charge of NSS Dr. D VARALAKSHMI and Faculty accompanied by the Vice Chancellor Dr. S. SRINIVAS KUMAR.

Voting is a basic process that keeps a nation’s governing body working. It enables the citizen to choose their own government. It also allows people to choose their representatives in the government.

The purpose of every government is to develop and implement various policies for the benefit of its citizen’s. It also enables the person with the right to question the government about issues and clarifications.


 Vote for hope, vote for change

 Be bright, vote for the right

 Vote the right, save the nation

Oath taking:

  • “We the citizens of India having abiding faith in democracy, hereby pledge to uphold the democratic traditions of our country and the dignity of free, fair and peaceful elections, and to vote in every election fearlessly and without being influenced by considerations of religion, race, caste, community, language or any inducement.”

Key Highlights

✓ In most places, elections are held on Sundays. Voters in the U.S. may head to the polls on Tuesdays, but the rest of the world prefers to save its votes for Sundays. Interestingly, countries in which English is the primary language tend to be the exception to this rule; in Canada, citizens vote on Mondays, while Brits vote on Thursdays, and Australians and New Zealanders on Saturdays.

✓ The millennial generation accounts for one-third of the electorate.

✓ In most communities, the turnout for voting is less than 50%.

✓ In most state and national elections, you need to be registered to vote anywhere from 10-27 days before the actual elections. That is why it’s important to regularly check if you are eligible to vote in your district.