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“MOBILIZATION OF YOUTH TO VOTE IN GENERAL ELECTION OF
16TH LOKSABHA”
VENUE: SABOUR COLLEGE, SABOUR
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Content:
1. Background
2. Democracy
3.Introduction
4.Demography
5. Youth Voters & First Time Voters
6. Voters Turn out
7. Youth Representation in the 15 th Loksabha
8. Aim of SVEEP Program me
9.
Background:
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At the time of Lok Sabha General Elections 2009 the voter turnout was over 59 % at national
level.
It was 44.4% average for the entire State of Bihar.
For Bhagalpur Constituency it was 43.72%
At the time of Bihar state assembly Election 2010 the voter turnout was 52.7% average for the
entire State.
For Bhagalpur assembly election it was 42.59% .
68.78% voters in the Bhagalpur constituency is in the age group of 18-39 Yrs. i.e they are youth.
Election Commission of India are making all efforts to ensure the enrolment of all eligible
electors in the electoral roll and maximum number of these registered electors turnout to Vote in
the coming Lok Sabha General Elections 2014.
For that, extensive mobilization and motivation campaign are being carried out to educate and
motivate the voters. The SVEEP strategy is to extensively focus on the youth and particularly
women, toeducate, enable & motivate them for participation in the voting process.
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 लोकसभा
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Introduction
 India
is the world’s largest democracy.
 The population of our country is the second largest in the
world.
 According to the Census 2011 the projected population
in 2014 is over 1.27 billion.
 The constituent assembly of India adopted the principle
of universal adult suffrage reposing faith in the wisdom of
common Indian to elect their representatives to the seat
of power.
 Free and fair election and civil liberty are the necessary
condition for democracy.
 The
conduct of free , fair and impartial election depends
upon the performance of three stakeholders.
Those are
a.
Independent and impartial electoral machinery
b.
Political parties and candidates
c.
Electorate /Voters
All of them must act responsibly to conduct free and fair
poll.
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The credit for upholding the democratic tradition of
nation must go primarily to the voters of India whose
commitment to democracy is the driving spirit that guides
the destiny of India as Modern democracy.
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DEMOGRAPHY:
From the Census 2011 it is estimated that the population of youth in the
age group of 18-35 years is 31.3% of the total population of our country.
 So it is critical in the context of the constituting 16 th Loksabha by May 2014.
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 The
population of the country below 35 years of age
is 51.8%.
 Out of this 48.2% are women and 51.8% are men.
 30.1% reside in urban areas and 69.9% is based in
rural India.
 If we were to be more liberal about the definition of
youth and set the cutoff at 35 years, then a
whopping 47% of eligible voters in 2014 national
election will be aged 35 or below.
Youth Demography:
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India has more than 50% population below the age of 25 and more than 64% below the age
of 35. It is expected that the average age of Indian would be 29 Yrs by 2020.
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Tables Showing Total no. of registered voters for 16 th loksabha and No. of voters in the the
age group 18-35 yrs and their percentage. (Data based upon the 2011 census)
Country/ State
Constituency
India
Bihar
Total no. of registered
voters for 16 th loksabha
833,124,487 (~84 Crores)
61,936,119 (~6.2 Crores )
No. of voters in the the age
18-35 yrs
Percentage voters in the the
18-35 yrs, over total voters
395,088,197(~40 Crores)
47%
30515267(~3 Crores)
49%
FIRST TIME VOTERS DATA:
Country/ State
Total no. First time voters registered voters for 16 th loksabha
India
1.2 crores
Bihar
19 lacs
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34% of the total population in the age group between 20-24 Yrs. .
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More than 50% of the total population below the age of 25 Yrs..
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More than 65% of the total population below the age of 35 Yrs.
YOUTH AND FIRST TIME VOTERS POTENTIAL?
 In
2009 general election no single party garnered more
than 12 crore votes.
 The total no. of registered young voters in 2014
general election is three fold larger than that garnered
by single party in last general election 2009.
 There are more than 1.2 crore first time voters enrolled
for 2014 Loksabha election.
 India would become the youngest nation of the world
by 2020.
Scenario of Youth representative in
15th Loksabha constituted in 2009.
 Out
of the total 543 Members of Parliament elected
in 2009 there are only 30 MP of the age group below
35 yrs. and 66 MPs below the age of 40 yrs.
 According to the strength in terms of number of
voters, more than 50% MPs should be there in the
parliament representing the age group of 18-35yrs.
Recent trends of voters turn out:
The
average voters turn out in 2009 general
election is 59.79 %.
In Dec 2013 assembly election of Delhi ,Voters
turn out percentage is 66%.
In 2008 Assembly election the overall voting
percentage was 57.38%.
General Election
Year
Male
Female
Total
1st
1952
-
-
61.2
2nd
1957
-
-
62.2
3rd
1962
63.31
46.63
55.42
4th
1967
66.73
55.48
61.33
5th
1971
60.90
49.11
55.29
6th
1977
65.63
54.91
60.49
7th
1980
62.16
51.22
56.92
8th
1984
68.18
58.60
63.56
9th
1989
66.13
57.32
61.95
10th
1991
61.58
51.35
56.93
11th
1996
62.06
53.41
57.94
12th
1998
1998
57.88
61.97
13th
1999
63.97
55.64
59.99
14th
2004
52.65
44.65
48.74
Total Voter % vs Year
70
61.2
63.56
62.2
60
61.33
55.42
60.49
56.93
56.92
55.29
61.97
61.95
57.94
59.99
48.74
Voter Percentage
50
40
30
20
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1952
1957
1962
1967
1971
1977
1980
1984
Year of Election
Year
1989
1991
1996
1998
1999
2004
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Low voters’ Turn out:
 An
analysis of the tables and corresponding graph
shows that crores of voters’ not turning out to the
polling booth to exercise their franchise.
 A large no. of eligible citizens could not get
registered in electoral roll.
 It is suggested to intensify first time voters enrolment
drive in general degree colleges, technical
colleges, medical colleges which are the hub
of such a willing and potential voters.
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SVEEP is an initiative of the Election
commission of India to take necessary
measures for ensuring greater voters’
participation.
Action program me to increase
voters’ turn out:
 Research
shows that EVM (Electronic Voting
Machine) awareness programme and its
demonstration in colleges shall have promising
effect in order to improve turn out.
 Door to door canvassing has the greater impact
on turning out young people to vote.
Year
2009
2004
1999
1998
1996
1991
1989
1984
1980
1977
1971
1967
1962
1957
1952
Voter turnout
58.19%
58.07%
59.99%
61.97%
57.94%
56.73%
61.98%
63.56%
56.92%
60.49%
55.25%
61.04%
55.42%
62.23%
61.17%
Total vote
417,236,311
389,948,330
371,669,104
375,441,739
343,308,035
282,700,942
309,050,495
241,246,887
202,752,893
194,263,915
151,296,749
152,724,611
119,904,284
120,513,915
105,950,083
Registration
VAP Turnout-
Voting age
population
Population
716,985,101
671,487,930
619,536,847
605,880,192
592,572,288
498,363,801
498,647,786
379,540,608
356,205,329
321,174,327
273,832,301
250,207,401
216,361,569
193,652,179
173,212,343
56.48%
60.91%
65.69%
67.45%
61.08%
57.23%
65.18%
64.61%
62.35%
64.67%
57.22%
63.11%
54.42%
61.15%
58.92%
738,773,666
640,182,791
565,780,483
556,651,400
562,028,100
493,963,380
474,143,040
373,371,000
325,162,040
300,392,640
264,393,600
241,996,800
220,324,090
197,090,250
179,830,000
1,156,897,766
1,049,700,118
986,856,301
970,933,000
952,590,000
851,661,000
817,488,000
746,742,000
663,596,000
625,818,000
550,820,000
504,160,000
449,641,000
402,225,000
367,000,000
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VAP turn out:
VAP:
Voters turn out
It is defined as the voters turnout based on the percentage of voting age
population
It includes all citizen above the legal voting age.
Percentage of registered voters who actually voted.
STATE WISE DATA OF YOUTH IN THE AGE GROUP 18-35 and TOTAL VOTERS ,
TABLE-1:
Mindset of voters’:
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Based on the report of a New Delhi based Social Science research
institute CSDS (Centre for the Study of Developmental Society for study
on the state of Urban –Youth 2013.
23.1% of the youth would vote according to caste lines however the
literate youth sidelines the caste and religion and votes according to
how well a party can serve in the development sector of the country.
The study also suggests that 27.8% conswider the merit of the
nominated candidates and 24.6% check the status and the word of
political party they belong to.
The recent trends in five state assembly election indicated a major shift
in the mind set of young Indians and we must mobilise them to vote for
India in coming election to build a more energetic, transparent,
accountable and strong central government .
Every votes Count.
Every votes Count or Why to Vote?:
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Voting is the best way to express your opinion and allows you to select the best person.
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If we don’t vote, we don’t have the right to comment on as to what the public
representatives were doing.
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Every political issues and policy effects you whether you know it or not. If you don’t vote
you are putting control of your world into the hands of the other.
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Young people have the most to gain and lose in any election because they have to live
with the consequences longer than any one else.
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Election day is the one day when everyone
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in the country is equal. Your votes counts just as much as any one else’sw
Conclusion:
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It is only logical then that we need a larger number of youth in
political forum to represent the aspiration of this vast segment of
society and hope and believe that in this 16 Loksabha poll Indian
youth will come forward to vote and help to get the people of high
morale and character elected as their representative in 16 th
Loksabha.
Jai hind Jai Bharat
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