How to Register MLC Vote (Graduate MLC Vote) online Application:
- Login Andhra Pradesh State Election Commission Official Website : www.ceoandhra.nic.in
- Fill the Application Form -18 available on this link : Form-18 link
- Take a Print out for Future Refernce
Eligibility to Enroll for MLC Voter Registration In A.P 2016,
Voters Must be Graduated by october 2013.
Click here to Download Form -18. take a print out fill the application and sign it. or Register Online through official website of Andhra Pradesh State Election Commission.
Send the manual application or apply online by attaching the Copy of address proof's as follows
- Driving Licence(or)
- Telephone Bill(or)
- Electricity Bill(or)
- Ration Card(or)
- Aadhar Card(or)
In above list any two Documents are generally accepted with Self attested copy of Degree Certificate which is approved by Gazatte Officer
Website : http://eci.nic.in/eci/eci.html
Last Date to enroll your Vote, November 5th, 2016.
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- Sunny Cyber world Shop no.4 Gunjavari complex,Bellary Chowrasta,Kurnool
- Lakshmi internet cafe,Beside Sree rama High School one town,Kurnool
- Hkgn Furniture Shop,Munciapl complex,Opp. Central plaza
- Ranibow Photo Studio,C.Camp Center
Who is an MLC ?
MLC (Member of Legislative Council) is a member of the state “Vidhan Parishad” (Legislative Council), has a term of six years.
Their functions are similar to that of Rajya Sabha members.
They are expected to help government make laws and regulations based on their knowledge and experience and the MLC can be elected as minister.
MLCs are one of the citizens of India, at least 30 years' old, mentally sound, not an insolvent, and on the voters' list of the state for which he or she is contesting an election.
He or she may not be a Member of Parliament at the same time.
Legislative Council can introduce ordinary bills, but not money bills (related to taxation, spending etc).
Money bills can originate in Assembly only.
When an ordinary bill comes to Council from Assembly, the Council can suggest changes and send it back to the Assembly.
It can delay passing of a bill for a maximum of four months, after which the Assembly can make the final decision.
In the case of money bills, Council can suggest changes within 14 days of receiving it, but Assembly go ahead either with or without accepting these suggestions.
MLCs can access the Local Area Development Fund of Rs 1.5crore to spend.