Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 Name in Voter Slip: How to Check Online Voter List at ceokarnatakatemp.kar.nic.in And Print Voter ID on nvsp.in
Karnataka has nearly 5.6 crore registered voters, who will cast their mandate in the upcoming polls slated on May 12 | File Image | (Photo Credits: PTI)

Bengaluru, May 9:  The voters who have enrolled themselves for the ongoing polls in Karnataka assembly elections 2018 can check their voter slips online. The voters can check their voter slips along with their name on the electoral list on the official portal of the State Election Commission. Users can also download and print the soft copy of their voter ID card via the National Voters' Services Portal.

Karnataka has nearly 5.6 crore registered voters, who will cast their mandate in the upcoming polls slated on May 12. Voting will be conducted in 223 constituencies of the state. The results will be declared on May 15.

How to check your name online in voter list at ceokarnatakatemp.kar.nic.in?

On visiting the website, the landing page will ask the user whether he/she wants to search for his/her name on the electoral list using the EPIC number, or their names. If the user opts for the former, the subsequent page will ask him to enter the EPIC number, along with the name of his constituency. On clicking submit, the PDF copy would emerge with your name in the list. Voters are recommended to save the copy, or take its screenshot.

Voters can also search for themselves on the electoral list using their name and other details. On selecting this option, the user would be asked to furnish his name, relative's name, along with the constituency details.

How to print your voter ID on nvsp.in?

On the landing page of the website, users can find the section of 'Search your name in the electoral roll' on the top left corner of the page. On the subsequent page, users are directed to enter their name, age, state, district and constituency details. After submitting the details, the e-copy of the your voter-ID would be accessible. Users can download the soft copy of the voter ID cards. The print-out copies could be used for verification on polling day.