Empowering Democracy: A Robust and Secure Online Election System

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Nivetha K, Monisha R, Rohini B, G. Soniya Priyatharsini, D. Usha


Every democracy and organization’s hallmark are the voting system. The absentee ballot which India has been using have proved to be defective and even ineffective since they require a large manpower, taking longer processing time for the publication of results. Accordingly, to eliminate such flaws from the system, these amendments are implemented in the systems that could circumvent these considerable disadvantages. Physical presence as a criterion is also eliminated by the new method, hence decreasing overall complexity. The country has been undergoing significant changes since 2014 especially the use of online voting to control and manage elections. The system may help to achieve a better performance and enhance the overall voter numbers. On the one hand, it has a positive side in terms of protecting privacy and providing authentic information. The primary points describing security include minimization emerges as everyone’s motive. In our research paper, we conducted an analysis of this system that involves three stages of authentication for guaranteeing the reliability and validity are utilized in the entire voting procedure. A process begins with voter card verification, then comes the second and third level- Aadhar verification and face verification respectively.

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Nivetha K, et al. (2023). Empowering Democracy: A Robust and Secure Online Election System. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, 11(11), 512–517. https://doi.org/10.17762/ijritcc.v11i11.9955