Authors : N. Swapna Goud; A. Manoj Kumar; G. Bhanu Prakash; K. Mithil Reddy
Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 12 - December
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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7547395
:-India is the world's largest democratic country.
As a result, it is critical to ensure that the governing body
is elected in a fair election. India has only an offline voting
system, which is ineffective and inefficient because it
requires a large number of people and takes longer to
process and publish the results. As a result, for the system
to be effective, a change that overcomes these
disadvantages is required. The new method does not
require a person's physical appearance to vote, which
simplifies matters. It focuses on a system that allows users
to vote remotely from anywhere using a computer or
mobile phone without having to travel to a polling station.
Voters must register with their voter id, name, and
Aadhar number. The face scanning system is used to
record voters' faces prior to the election and is useful
during the voting process. At the time of voting, facial
recognition will be used to compare the voters' facial data
to existing data; if both match, the vote will be counted;
otherwise, the vote will be marked as invalid.