Voter-verified paper audit trail

VVPAT

Voter verifiable paper audit trail (VVPAT) or verifiable paper record (VPR) is a method of providing feedback to voters using a ballotless voting system. A VVPAT is intended as an independent verification system for voting machines designed to allow voters to verify that their vote was cast correctly, to detect possible election fraud or malfunction, and to provide a means to audit the stored electronic results. It contains the name of the candidate and symbol of the party/individual candidate.

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Advocate KR Koshti, who appeared as party-in-person in the PIL, had submitted to the court that ECI has only three lakh VVPAT machines as against over nine lakh..
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The SC has sought the EC’s response to a joint petition by some opposition parties pleading for counting of VVPAT paper slips in at least 50% of EVMs in each..
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The higher reaches of Himachal will be a test of physical fitness and stamina for poll staff who will have to lug EVMs, VVPAT machines and other voting..
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Opposition leaders have sought counting of VVPAT slips of 50% of EVMs in each constituency before the Lok Sabha results are declared.
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Opposition leaders have sought counting of VVPAT slips of 50% of EVMs in each constituency before the Lok Sabha results are declared. SC seeks EC response on..
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Parties want 50% EVM results matched and crosschecked with VVPATs
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The petition has challenged EC’s guidelines which make it mandatory for counting of VVPATs from only one random polling station per assembly constituency. A..
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The Supreme Court will on Friday will hear the plea of opposition parties seeking audit of at least 50 per cent of EVMs with corresponding Voter Verifiable Paper..
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