Assam Voter List 2024 : Download with Photo, Search Name in District Wise Electoral Roll

Assam Voter List- Voter ID is the most common document for Indian citizens, irrespective of gender, economic status, location, and social category. The voter ID card is used as proof of identity to cast votes on citizens. In addition, it is also used as a document of proof for many welfare schemes launched by the government. If you are a new resident of Assam or you have recently attained the age of 18, then this article is just for you.

In this article today, we will share with you all the important details about the voter list of Assam. Like how to download the Assam voter list. And in addition, we have shared much other important information related to it. If you want to collect all the information related to this, then read this article till the end.

Assam Voter List

Assam Voter List 2024

The concerned officials who oversee the election-related work in Assam publish the Assam voter list. The basic information of various voters present in the state is given in the list of specific years. The citizens of Assam can easily go to the official website of the state’s voter list and check their names in it without any problem. This information is updated every year by the concerned authorities as new names are added to the election list of Assam every year. Voting is our primary right and every resident of the country is required to vote in the respective competition. You should choose your vote very carefully.

Details Of Assam Voter List
Name Assam Voter List 2024
Launched by CEO Assam
Objective Providing the right to vote
Beneficiaries Citizens of Assam
Official Website Click Here

Purpose of the Assam voter list

With the online availability of voter lists, the voters of Assam are no longer required to visit any government office to check their name on the Assam voter list. They can check their name sitting at home with the help of the internet. This system is going to save a lot of time and money and it will also bring transparency to the system.

Assam Legislative Assembly Elections

  • The current Assam Legislative Assembly’s term is expiring on 31 May 2021 and voting will be completed in Assam by 6 April 2021. The Election Commission of India has announced the schedule for Assam Legislative Assembly Elections 2021. This schedule was released at a press conference held by the Chief Election Commission of India Mr. Sunil Arora.
  • He said that Assam has 126 member assembly seats and elections are going to be held in 3 phases on these seats which will start on 27 March 2021 and continue till 6 April 2021. The results will be announced on 2 May 2021. Of these, 126 assembly seats, 8 seats are reserved for Scheduled Caste candidates and 16 seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribe candidates.
  • There has been an increase of 34.71% in polling stations in Assam this year as compared to the previous elections. There are currently 33530 polling stations in Assam. Due to the coronavirus epidemic, voting will be allowed for one hour.

Assam Election Date List District Wise

First phase: 47 Assembly Constituencies-12 districts

The first phase of voting will be done on March 27 in a total of 47 Assembly constituencies in 12 upper Assam districts.

  • 71-Dhekiajuli Sonitpur
  • 72-Barchalla
  • 73-Tezpur
  • 74-Rangapara
  • 75-Sootea
  • 76-Biswanath Biswanath
  • 77-Behali
  • 78-Gohpur
  • 109-Bihpuria Lakhimpur
  • 83-Dhing Nagaon
  • 84-Batadroba
  • 85-Rupohihat
  • 88-Samaguri
  • 89-Kaliabar
  • 93-Bokakhat Golaghat
  • 94-Sarupathar
  • 95-Golaghat
  • 96-Khumtai
  • 97-Dergaon (SC) Jorhat
  • 98-Jorhat Jorhat
  • 102-Teok
  • 100-Titabor
  • 101-Mariani
  • 103-Amguri Sivasagar
  • 107-Thowra
  • 108-Sibsagar
  • 104-Nazira
  • 105-Mahmara Charaideo
  • 106-Sonari
  • 115-Moran Dibrugarh
  • 116-Dibrugarh
  • 117-Lahowal
  • 118-Duliajan
  • 119-Tingkhong
  • 120-Naharkatia
  • 122-Tinsukia Tinsukia
  • 123-Digboi
  • 124-Margherita
  • 99-Majuli (ST) Majuli
  • 110-Naoboicha Lakhimpur
  • 111-Lakhimpur
  • 112-Dhakuakhana (ST)
  • 113-Dhemaji (ST) Dhemaji
  • 114-Jonai (ST)
  • 121-Chabua Dibrugarh
  • 125-Doom DoomaTinsukia
  • 126-Sadiya

Second Phase: 39 Assembly Constituencies-13 districts

The second phase of voting will be done on April 1 on a total of 39 Assembly constituencies in 13 districts mostly in the south and lower Assam.

  • 1-Ratabari (SC) Karimganj
  • 2-Patherkandi
  • 3-Karimganj North
  • 4-Karimganj South
  • 5-Badarpur
  • 6-Hailakandi Hailakandi
  • 7-Katlicherra
  • 8-Algapur
  • 9-Silchar Cachar
  • 10-Sonai
  • 11-Dholai (SC)
  • 12-Udharbond
  • 13-Lakhipur
  • 14-Barkhola
  • 15-Katigorah
  • 16-Haflong (ST) Dima Hasao
  • 17-Bokajan (ST) Karbi Anglong
  • 18-Howraghat (ST)
  • 19-Diphu (ST)
  • 20-Baithalangso (ST) West Karbi Anglong
  • 56-Kamalpur Kamrup
  • 57-Rangiya
  • 59-Nalbari Nalbari
  • 64-Panery (ST) Udalguri
  • 69-Udalguri (ST)
  • 70-Majbat
  • 65-Kalaigaon Darrang
  • 66-Sipajhar
  • 67-Mangaldoi (SC)
  • 68-Dalgaon
  • 79-Jagiroad (SC) Jagiroad
  • 80-Marigaon
  • 81-Laharighat
  • 82-Raha (SC) Nagaon
  • 86-Nowgong
  • 87-Barhampur
  • 90-Jamunamukh Hojai
  • 91-Hojai
  • 92-Lumding

Third Phase: 40 Assembly Constituencies-12 districts

  • 21-Mankachar South Salmara
  • 22-Salmara South
  • 23-Dhubri Dhubri
  • 24-Gauripur
  • 25-Golakganj
  • 26-Bilasipara West
  • 27-Bilasipara East
  • 37-Goalpara East Goalpara
  • 38-Goalpara West
  • 39-Jaleswar
  • 28-Gossaigaon Kokrajhar
  • 29-Kokrajhar West (ST)
  • 30-Kokrajhar East (ST)
  • 31-Sidli (ST) Chirang
  • 33-Bijni
  • 40-Sorbhog Barpeta
  • 41-Bhabanipur Bajali
  • 58-Tamulpur Baksa
  • 62-Barama (ST)
  • 63-Chapaguri (ST)
  • 32-Bongaigaon Bongaigaon
  • 34-Abhayapuri North
  • 35-Abhayapuri South (SC)
  • 42-Patacharkuchi Bajali
  • 43-Barpeta Barpeta
  • 44-Jania
  • 45-Baghbar
  • 46-Sorukhetri
  • 47-Chenga
  • 61-Dharmapur Nalbari
  • 36-Dudhnoi (ST) Goalpara
  • 48-Boko (SC) Kamrup
  • 49-Chaygaon
  • 50-Palasbari
  • 55-Hajo
  • 51-Jalukbari Kamrup Metro
  • 52-Dispur
  • 53-Gauhati East
  • 54-Gauhati West
  • 60-Barkhetri Nalbari

Assam Voter List Released For Assembly Polls

Assam, the last voter list -2021 was published. Assembly elections are due in the state this year. According to the roll, there are two crores 29 lakh, 92 thousand 505 voters in the state. While there is one crore 16 lakh 56 thousand 926 male voters, the number of female voters is one crore 13 lakh 35 thousand 579.

The state has recorded an increase of 2.6 percent in voters as compared to the final photo electoral roll 2020.

The Chief Electoral Officer, Assam has requested all citizens to participate in the Special Summary Amendment Exercise-2021.

The state now has 2,24,39,522 voters. Among them, white male voters are 1,14,25,748, while female voters are 1,10,13,774. While the maximum number of 20,64,678 voters is in the age group of 20 to 29 with 30,89,856 males and 29,74,822 females, the minimum number of 1,17,051 voters is in the 18 age group with 59,185 male voters. And there are 47,866 female voters.

  • There are about 876 booths including 144 subsidiary booths in the Dhubri district. There are 95300 voters in Dhubri LAC, 2,04,778 in Gauripur LAC, and 2,02,398 in Golakganj LAC.
  • There are a total of 6,919 suspected voters in the three LACs. Dhubri has 2,155 suspected voters, Gauripur has 2344 suspected voters, and Golakganj has 2460 suspected voters.
  • The number of service voters in the three LACs is 902. Dhubri district has five assembly seats, 23 in Dhubri, 24 in Gauripur, 25 in Golakganj, 26 in Bilaspur West, and 27 in Bilaspur East.

Assam Voter List Upload Photo Through WhatsApp

Whatever the citizens of Assam have failed to upload their passport-size photographs for a voter ID card within the stipulated time. Now the citizens of Assam can provide their photos for the voter list of Assam through WhatsApp. For all those people, the District Election Officer of Kamrup has provided a WhatsApp number. Through this number, citizens can provide their photos and avoid the cancellation of names.

This WhatsApp number can be collected from the District Election Office. The number provided for the Kamrup district is 7577001889. All 4 constituencies of Kamrup can submit their photos through this number. At the time of submission, citizens are required to provide their name, address, and EPIC number.

Benefits and features of the Assam voter list

  • The government of Assam has made available the names of all the state’s voters on the official website of the chief electoral officer of Assam.
  • Now all the citizens of Assam can check their names in the voter list sitting at home
  • This will save a lot of time and money for the citizen.
  • The online availability of the Assam voter list will also bring transparency to the system.
  • The voter list contains the basic information about the voters in the Assam state
  • Every year the concerned authority updates the Assam voter list
  • All those voters who have applied for voter ID cards can check their names before the election with the help of the official website.

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Find Name In Assam Voter List

  • First of all, visit the Official Website.
  • go to the official electoral search page.
  • Now two options will be displayed on your screen
    • Search your details either by EPIC number
    • by your personal details
  • Select the EPIC number and enter the EPIC number
  • Details will be displayed on your screen
  • If you want to search by personal details click on the search by details option
  • On the web page enter the following information-
    • Name
    • Relation name
    • Date of birth
    • Gender
    • State
    • District
    • Assembly constituency
  • Click on the “Search” option.
  • The details will be displayed on your screen
  • You can download the voter ID card also

Assam PDF Electoral Rolls

  • First of all, visit the Official Website.
  • On the home page click on the service called PDF Electoral Roll
  • On the new page, you will have to select the following details on that page
    • District
    • Select LAC Name
    • Select Polling Station
    • MotherRoll/Supplement
  • Enter the captcha code
  • Now you have to click on the view roll.
  • The PDF electoral roll will display on your screen

Procedure To View Final Electors Summary Revision

Search Electoral Details In Assam Voter List

  • First of all, visit the Official Website.
  • On the homepage, you have to click on Know Your Polling Station and BLO Detail.
  • Now you have to select various options
  • Select your state
  • Selective assembly constituency
  • Select your district
  • All you can just select your polling station
  • Now click on the option called search
  • The details will display on your screen

Know Your Polling Station And BLO Detail

How To Download Forms

  • First of all, visit the Official Website.
  • On the homepage, you have to click on the download forms.
  • Now the list of all the forms will be on your computer
  • You have to click on the form required by you
  • After that, you have to click on the download.
  • The form will download to your device

Special Summary Revision Of Assam Electoral Roll

Publication of integrated draft electoral rolls 18th November 2020
Period for filing of claims and objections From 18th November 2020 to 15th December 2020
Special campaign dates Two Saturday and Sunday within claims and objection period to be prescribed by the CEO
Disposal of claims and objections 5th January 2021
(i) Checking of health parameters and obtaining commission’s permission for final publication (ii) Updating database and printing of supplements 14th January 2021
Final publication of electoral rolls 15th January 2021

Some Important PDF Downloads

Inclusion of Name (Form-6) Click Here
Objection-Deletion (Form-7) Click Here
Correction of particulars (Form-8) Click Here
Transposition of Entry (Form-8A) Click Here

Contact Details

  • Address-  Office of the chief electoral officer, Assam Block C, 4th floor Janata Bhavan, Dispur Guwahati Assam 78100
  • Phone Number- 1800-3451947
  • Email ID- [email protected]
  • Name- Sh. H.R. Shrinivas, Office No.- 0612-2217956
  • Toll-Free Number- 1950


Voter’s List or Electoral Roll is a list of people who are eligible to participate in elections by voting. Every year Chief Electoral Officer, Assam releases a voter list for Assam.

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Some of the Important FAQs of Assam Voter List

Can I view the district wise details of the electoral online on the portal?

Yes, The applicants can view the district wise details of the electoral online on the official website.

Do I need to upload any documents to view my electoral details on the portal?

The online users can search their voter details using the EPIC Number on the election commission website.

Can I search the Voter List Details using my EPIC Number on election commission portal?

Yes, The online users can search their voter details using the EPIC Number on the election commission website.

I want to download and Print my electoral details online on the portal. Is there any facility to print and download the voter id cards?

The citizens can download and print the electoral details online on the portal.

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