Voter Id Card Service Online

The Election Commission of India issues photo identification cards to all people who are eligible to vote under the name "Voter ID Card," also known as the "Electors Photo Identity Card (EPIC)."

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  • Address Proof.
  • Identity Proof.
  • Photograph
  • Age Proof

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Voter Id Card Service Online– How to get Voter Id Card

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Every Indian citizen who is qualified to vote is issued a Voter ID or EPIC (Electors Photo Identity Card) by the Election Commission of India. EPIC is sometimes referred to as a Voter ID. Voter ID is intended to assist voters in establishing their identity, increase voting efficiency, and prevent fraud during free and fair democratic elections. This card is frequently referred to as an election card, voter’s card, or Voter ID card.

Voter ID structure

In India, a voter ID card is a valid form of identification because it is given out by the government. The voter ID has the following information on it:

  • A hologram that includes the appropriate state or national emblem.
  • Gender
  • The cardholder’s given name
  • A unique Serial number
  • Birthdate of the person holding the card
  • A photograph of the cardholder is included.
  • the name of the cardholder’s father

On the reverse of the voter ID card includes the cardholder’s home address and the signature of the individual who issued the card (the Electoral Registration Officer).


A citizen of India can apply for a voter ID in three ways; online, offline or through semi-online methods:

Applicant must begin by visiting the national voter’s service portal (NSVP) website  Applicant must begin by visiting the national voter’s service portal (NSVP) website  Applicant must visit the nearest State Election office and request Form 6.
Click relevant option to register of new voter id  Download ‘form 6’ and fill the form with relevant details.  Fill ‘form 6’ with necessary details and provide all supporting documents such as Identity proof, address proof etc. The applicant may submit the completed form to the respective election office.  
The online ‘form 6’ will open and applicants fill in all the details of Form 6 and submit the form. Additionally, the applicant must upload a photo and supporting documents with reference to Voter ID Status.Submit the completed form 6 along with a photo and supporting documents at an Election Office near you by either post or in person.  On verification of the form, a Voter ID will be issued.

Voter ID is only issued after necessary verification of all documents and details provided by the applicant.


To obtain a Voter ID, you must provide the following documents:

  • Proof of identification
  • Proof of address
  • Photograph

Voter ID eligibility ​

Individuals must satisfy the following conditions to be eligible for a Voter ID card:

  • An Indian citizen
  • Age: 18 or older
  • Must have a permanent address

New Voter ID Procedure

The Indian government created e-PIC Voter ID, a portable photo ID card in PDF format. Currently, only newly enrolled applicants with a unique cellphone number may get an e-PIC.

In Phase II, current Voter ID holders will receive an e-PIC.

Follow these steps to get your e-PIC.

Step 1: Access the National Voter Service Portal.

Step 2: Click ‘e-PIC Download’ on the homepage.

Step 3: Enter EPIC or Form Reference and state. Press “Search.”

Step 4: Your registered phone number receives an OTP. Enter the OTP.

Step 5: Click ‘Download e-PIC’ to get your voter ID.


Every Indian voter requires an ID to participate in democratic elections. Voter IDs serve as ID and address evidence. Here are some things you should keep in mind

  • The minimum legal age for applicants is 18.
  • They should be mentally stable, free of criminal charges, and not broke.
  • They should fill out the necessary papers, like Form 6, and make sure to bring the originals.
  • Voter IDs can only be requested through official government websites and centres.
  • Applicants must make sure that details like the spelling of their name, date of birth, address, and so on are correct. Applicants must also make sure that all of the information they give is legally correct in all ways.
  • After getting a Voter ID, applicants must check their original documents and the Voter ID to make sure the information is correct.


Applicants can use their Voter ID number to check their Voter ID if they feel it is a fake. The applicant must go to the official website of their state’s Chief Electoral Officer or the closest state election office. They must first look and see if their name is in the electoral roll, after which they may cross-check the information. If there are any inconsistencies, the applicant must bring them to the attention of the Chief Electoral Officer.

Steps to Verify Voter ID:

Step 1: Go to the National Voters Services Portal (NVSP)

Step 2: Select “Search in Electoral Roll.”

Step 3: Enter and confirm your information


Cardholders who want to make major changes or corrections to the information on their voter ID can do so by going to the closest election office or by going to the online nationwide voters’ provider portal and following the instructions below.

Even if the information you have is wrong, you don’t need to worry. Fill out “Form 8,” which asks for information about voter ID updates, and give it to the Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) or upload it to the site to be processed online, along with any other supporting documents. After you send in your application, it will be looked at by the ERO, and your voter ID card will be updated if it needs to be.


Voter ID cards provide vital information like:

  • The card is ID and address evidence.
  • A Voter ID Card confirms a voter’s registration.
  • Voter ID includes the cardholder’s signature and photo.
  • Voter ID can be used for government programmes.


Indians who do not live in India can still vote. NRIs can now apply online, or in person if they are in India and have their Voter IDs issued. NRIs can’t vote from abroad yet; they have to be in the country and in their district to do so.

Important Information

Electronic Voting Machines, more commonly abbreviated to EVMs, are utilised in both state and national elections. Electronic voting machines have contributed to making the entire voting process more accessible to voters, secure, quick, and paperless.

The right to participate in democratic elections, which was earned by the early independence warriors of India after a great deal of effort, is known as SVEEP, which stands for the Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation programme. An initiative known as SVEEP was launched by the Election Commission of India (ECI) with the purpose of teaching Indian citizens about the significance of voting and the procedures involved in exercising their constitutional right to do so.