Information relating to enrolment of name in the electoral roll, conduct of elections and issue of Electors’ Photo Identity Cards (EPIC) are available on this website for awareness of the public and for encourage Voters to exercise their electoral rights.
Elections are conducted according to the constitutional provisions, supplemented by laws made by Parliament. The major laws are Representation of the People Act, 1950, which mainly deals with the preparation and revision of electoral rolls, the Representation of the People Act, 1951 which deals,in detail, with all aspects of conduct of elections and post election disputes.
Electors and public in general are requested to avail of this opportunity and give their opinion/suggestions for improving the site and making it transparent and citizen-friendly.
Shri.Vijendra Singh Rawat, IAS
Welcome to www.ceolakshadweep.gov.in. The primary aim of this website is to equip every citizen in the UnionSee Profile
|Geographical Location||The Union Territory of lakshadweep comprises of group of islands in the Arabian Sea between 8° - 30' and 12° 30' North Latitude aand between 71° and 74° East Longitude at a distance ranging from 200 Kms (111 nautical miles) to 400 Kms (222 nautical miles) from mainland.|
|Date of formation||November 1, 1956|
Lakshadweep, which is a land in the deep Arabian Sea and is a part of the Indian Subcontinent, is recognised as the smallest Union Territory of India. The UT has one Lok Sabha constituency which is reserved for Scheduled Tribes (ST).
Lakshadweep is a Lok Sabha / Parliamentary constituency in region of Lakshadweep in South India. This semi-urban scheduled tribe constituency has an estimated Scheduled Caste population of 0% and a Scheduled Tribe population of 94.8%. The estimated literacy level of Lakshadweep is 92.28%. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, there were a total of eligible electors and the voter turnout was calculated at %. The seat went to the polls on Phase 1 on Thursday, April 11, 2019.