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Trainings for counting officials scheduled, held across state

By EMN Updated: May 30, 2024 8:33 pm
Counting officials attending the three-day training at DC conference hall in Wokha on Thursday.

DIMAPUR — Deputy Commissioner of Kohima, Kumar Ramnikant, has informed all officials and staff appointed as counting supervisors, counting assistants, tabulators, and counting microobservers for the Lok Sabha election about the second round of training.

According to a DIPR report, the training for counting supervisors will take place on June 3 from 11 am to 12 pm, while counting assistants and tabulators will have their sessions from 1 pm to 2 pm. Microobservers are scheduled to attend their training from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm.

It was informed that the trainings will be held at DC conference hall (second floor) in Kohima.

All concerned officials and staff have been directed to attend the training without fail. Failure to do so will result in disciplinary action under relevant sections of the law.

Wokha: A three-day training for the counting officials is also underway in Wokha, which commenced on Thursday at the conference hall of the deputy commissioner.

Assistant election officer, Wokha, Chisho Swu, addressed the training on the first day, highlighting procedures and guidelines for counting votes, while Khyopenthung Tsopoe apprised attendees on counting votes through EVMs.

Counting supervisors, counting assistants, microobservers, tabulators, and technical assistants are attending the three-day training programme.

Mokokchung: A similar training for the counting officials was held at Town Hall, Mokokchung, on Wednesday.

Speaking at the meeting, Deputy Commissioner and District Election Officer, Mokokchung, Thsuvisie Phoji, thanked all the trainees for their efforts and contributions during the last election and asked the officials to give the same efforts diligently and to work as a team during the forthcoming counting process as will.

The DC asked the officials to highlight any problems that may arise during the counting process to the concerned authority for timely correction.

By EMN Updated: May 30, 2024 8:33:21 pm
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