Maharashtra: No right to vote.. But no admission.. Govt made it mandatory..

Maharashtra: No right to vote.. But no admission.. Govt made it mandatory..

Voting is the foundation of a democratic society. But till now many youths are neglecting to register their votes. With this, the purpose of the voting system is getting watered down. Taking note of this situation, Maharashtra government took a crucial decision. It made voter registration mandatory for all those above 18 years of age for college admissions. The relevant authorities have issued orders to this effect. Apart from that, four-year degree courses will be introduced in the state from June next year through the National Education Policy, he said. Officials aim to register 50 lakh students of the state’s higher education system as voters. Out of them only 32 lakh people came forward. With this, the officials linked the voter registration process and admissions. Voter registration has been made mandatory for admissions in universities and colleges.

Meanwhile, as part of the national education policy, four-year degree courses will be introduced in universities from next year. Officials explained that a committee of retired vice chancellors will soon be formed to resolve doubts and doubts arising during the implementation of NEP. On the other hand, Chief Electoral Officer of Andhra Pradesh Mukesh Kumar Meena stated that they are working to provide the right to vote to everyone who is eligible. The officials were ordered to collect the details of the 17 to 19 year olds and give them the right to vote.

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