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Electronic Voting Machine

Anuradha Kumari, Naveen Rathee, Vikas Maheshwari


This study proposes a complete overview of the voting machine, comparison and issues among the conventional system and EVMs. Voting in election forms the fundamental right of democracy which creates a bridge between the governments and governed. In the current scenario, because of successive advancement in voting methods with technology from ballot paper to EVMs and other methods reduces expense and time, and also increases security and trust of the voter. Most of the voting systems have proven correct but many have concerns and security issues like invalid votes, malicious attack etc. This study proposes an improved voting system based on technology to ensure more reliability and security for user identification of a person, like by introducing biometric or aadhaar link with EVMs.

Keywords: EVM (Electronic Voting Machine), voting machine, invalid votes, malicious attack, DRE (Direct-recording electronic)

Cite this Article: Anuradha Kumari, Naveen Rathee, Vikas Maheshwari. Electronic Voting Machine. Journal of Communication Engineering & Systems. 2020; 10(1): 32–41p.

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