Electronic voting machines in India are used for almost all elections in the country. The introduction of the EVMs have brought in transparency and reliability to the entire process.
But have we ever thought about the level of technology and science that has gone into the creation of these machines? For instance, did you know, these machines that must withstand the variety of the Indian environment, temperatures ranging from -10C to +55C, humidity from very dry to very wet and must not fail.
Join us this Saturday, October 17, 2000 at 5.00pm with Prof. Prof. Rajat Moona, Director IIT Bhilai as he talks about the issues that plagued the Indian elections prior to the introduction of EVMs and how EVMs have resolved many of these issues. He will also focus on the the various sensors which make the machine operate flawlessly, various mechanisms of safety and security, both technical as well as administrative which make the systems robust.
Please note: Only the first 500 participants will be able to join the session, as there are limited spots available.