The election commission of India (ECI) is the constitutional body has responsibility for conducting the elections in India. According to the rules and guidelines are mentioned in the constitution of India. It was established on January 25, 1950, with an aim to describe and control the process for elections conducted at different levels such as Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, and Parliament, the offices of the president, state legislatures and vice president in the country
Rules of Election Commission of India
In assigned role, the most crucial challenge in earlier Election Commission of India is implementing norms and the model code of conducting to ensure free and fair elections in the country.
It has existence and independence is necessitated by the history that has shown by the democratic elections is not free from sabotage. It has empowered to oversee the political parties and candidate will take appropriate action of violations.
Who can appointment Officer of Election Commission of India
The President of India can appointment office of the election commissioner of India. Also has got the authority to appoint the additional commissioner based on the knowledge.
Election commission Branches:
- The branches of Election Commission of India are distributed all over the states of India.
- In India, there is a population of 1.2 Billion people, that has considered to the highest populated of country relating to democracy systems of the world.
- This is the federal Constitutional republic that is governed by the Parliamentary System.
- India is the country that has got by the 29 States and 7 Union Territories.
Every state has got in their own Election commissions services that are primarily governed by the Central broad.