[Rajasthan Assembly Elections] First Trends by 9:30am on 11 December

[Rajasthan Assembly Elections] First Trends by 9:30am on 11 December

It is estimated that the first round of counting will complete in one hour, hence the trends will be visible from 9:30am onwards on 11 December

 
[Rajasthan Assembly Elections] First Trends by 9:30am on 11 December

Udaipur (City) constituency vote counting will be completed in 22 rounds at the Assembly elections counting that is scheduled to take place from 8am on 11 December.  22 rounds is the minimum among other constituency seats in Udaipur district.

Assembly Constituency Room No Voting Centres No. of Rounds
Jhadol - 150 131 290 29
Gogunda - 149 148 298 30
Salumber - 156 165 299 30
Udaipur (City) - 153 168 218 22
Mavli - 154 174 266 27
Kherwada - 151 207 323 33
Vallabhnagar - 155 220 283 29
Udaipur (Rural) - 152 240 268 27

Election Commission has begun checks and have come up with a detailed plan pertaining to counting for the upcoming Rajasthan Assembly Elections, the voting for which will take place on 7 December.

The Arts College at Mohanlal Sukhadia University is the venue of the vote counting for Udaipur district, which comprises of 8 assembly constituencies. Each constituency will be managed across 10 tables each. 10 tables will be placed in 8 rooms, each room alloted to a assembly constituency.


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Three personnel will be stationed on each table, which amounts to 240 personnel involved in counting across each minute of the counting period. The first glance at the results will begin by 9:30am.

Election commission personnel will begin by counting the postal ballots. EVM couting will begin after 30 minutes, which will be around 8:30am. It is estimated that the first round of counting will complete in one hour, hence the trends will be visible from 9:30am onwards on 11 December.

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