Election Visitors Programme 2014 Launched by the Election Commission India

How many countries delegates will visit India to have the first-hand experience of Lok-Sabha Election 2014 under the ‘Election Visitors Programme 2014’. launched by the election commission of India:

  1. 20
  2. 50
  3. 100
  4. None of the above is true
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 18th September 2015 in Politics.
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None of the above is true

Seventeen (17) countries delegates will visit India to have the first-hand experience of Lok-Sabha Election 2014 under the ‘Election Visitors Programme 2014’. Launched by the Election Commission of India.  The programme was for countries interested in witnessing our Lok Sabha elections and was being run in partnership with UNDP who are extending some funding support to needy countries. ECI and UNDP facilitated the visits of about 41 delegates from 17 countries. The delegates were divided into five groups, depending on their arrival schedule. For each group, a briefing was arranged at ECI, followed by field visits to an elections location, followed by another interaction at Election Commission of India.

Election Commission of India
Summary information – 2014 Election Visitors Programme
(17 countries) (41 delegates)

State Delegates
17 April 2014
Karnataka (Bengaluru, Mysore) Namibia (7 officials)
24 April 2014
Uttar Pradesh (Agra) Nigeria (1 official)
Lesotho (EC+1)
Malaysia (EC+1)
30 April 2014
West Bengal (Howrah) Nepal (14 Officials)
07 May 2014
Himachal Pradesh (Shimla) League of Arab States
7 Countries -07 officials
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Somalia, Palestine, Yemen and Oman
Myanmar (EC)
Uganda (1 official)
Kenya (3 ECs+1)
Bhutan (1 Official)
12 May 2014 (Polling Day)
16 May 2014 (Counting Day)
Varanasi (Polling) Mauritius (CEC)
Kolkata (Counting process & Tech.)
Delhi (Counting)
Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 19th September 2015.
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