Gram Panchayat Sarpanch Result 2021

Electronic Voting Machines or EVMs are used in general elections in India as well as in state elections.  In 1982, for the first time in India, votes were cast through EVMs in Peravoor, Kerala.  After this it was also used in the elections of 5 states in India in 2017.  In 1980, MB Hanifa invented India's first voting machine.
 There are two units inside the EVM, Control Unit and Balloting Unit, both these units are connected by a 5 meter long wire.  The voter's vote is recorded inside the balloting unit while the control unit controls the balloting unit.

 EVMs have been used in many elections in India but there has been controversy about it.  There have been allegations of hacking or tampering with it.  But it is an easier and cheaper option than ballot paper and also requires less manpower to maintain than ballot paper.

With the advent of EVM machines, the voting process became faster and easier.  Earlier, the counting of ballots used to take several days.  That is why the election results were also delayed.  Now the counting of votes is done very fast through the EVM machine and the results are out in 5 to 6 hours.  


Not only this, it has also been possible to vote early through this.  Earlier, where a voter took 2 to 3 minutes to vote in the traditional way, 3 votes can be cast in 1 minute to vote through EVMs.

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