15/02/2019 4:03 PM IST | Updated 23/04/2019 7:41 AM IST

Indian General Election 2019: How To Check Your Polling Booth

Before you check your polling station, you should make sure that your name is on the voting list.

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The third round of voting for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections begins on 24 April, and all Indian citizens who are 18 years old or more are eligible to cast their vote and make their voices heard. 

The elections will be held in seven phases across the country, ending on 19 May.

Voting can only be done at polling booths, which would be set up across the country during the election days. You can go to the polling booth where you are registered and cast your vote. 

Before checking your polling station, you must ensure that your name is in the electoral roll

Here is how you can know your polling booth online:

- Go to the website of the National Voters’ Services Portal (NSVP).

- On the right hand side, click on ‘Know your booth’ under ‘Citizen Information’. 

- Fill the required details and click on search.

- You can also search through your Elector’s Photo Identity Card (EPIC) number.