Election Management & Monitoring for a State located in Centre-East of India
According to the Election Commission of India, a total of 4,300 booths for the region’s registered 1.62 million women and 1.55 million male voters were set up for the first phase of polls. The first phase of election, in 18 constituencies, saw a voter turnout of 76.42 per cent according to the Commission, an increase from 75.06 per cent in 2013. This came despite calls from the Naxalites in the region to boycott the election. A total of 125,000 police and paramilitary personnel were posted across the 18 constituencies, which were spread over the Naxalism-affected districts such as Bastar, Kanker, Sukma, Bijapur, Dantewada, Narayanpur, Kondagaon and Rajnandgaon.
ASMAN partnered with Gensys Inc, in providing a comprehensive solution for the state for monitoring the elections by customizing its product module ‘EMSQUARE- Election Day’. This module of the solution focuses mainly on the activities that are carried out on the election day.
Election Day - Features
EMSQUARE – Election Day module is primarily focussed on Monitoring the activities of election officers, Tracking the officer’s on field, Managing the SOS alerts affectively and generation of analytical reports.