Organisation : Election Commission
Facility : Voter Registration
Country : Sri Lanka
Register Here : https://eservices.elections.gov.lk/myVoterRegistration.aspx
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Sri Lanka Election Voter Registration
Just follow the below steps for Voter Registration,
Related : Sri Lanka Election Commission Make a Complaint : www.electionin.org/2701.html
How to Register?
Go to the official website of Election Commission of Sri Lanka through the URL provided above.
Step 1 : Next enter the NIC No. 
Step 2 : Select the Year 
Step 3 : Select your Admin. District [Colombo]
Step 4 : Type the captcha code as shown in the image
Step 5 : Finally click on the “Display” button
Conduct of Elections
Poll is taken at the Polling Stations established for the purpose of conducting the elections. Only one polling booth can be established for one polling district unless the polling stations are created for males and females separately.
Experienced officers such as staff officers of government service, Class I officers of Public Management Assistants’ Service, Development Officers or experienced officers in the Graduate Officers’ Service, Principals, Class I or Class 2 – 1 teachers of the Teachers Service are appointed as Senior Presiding Officers mostly.
SPOs are selected confidentially and staffs for Polling Stations are selected from officers serving in government offices and schools in various areas.
Where the number of voters at a polling station is less than 1200, only one queue is arranged and when it is above 1201 two queues are arranged.
One queue needs 4 officers and in addition to this minimum no. of one Junior Presiding Officer for each queue and a polling station assistant (an additional SPO, depending on the need) will be attached to the SPO for his assistance.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Does the name of a person remain lifetime in the Electoral Register after it is registered?
No. It is compulsory that a person’s name is enumerated in the home of residency at the revision every year. If not enumerated, the name will be deleted from the register.
2. Is it possible to obtain an extract of the Electoral Register?
Yes. An extract of the particulars of the household in which his name is registered can be obtained.
For this purpose the applicant has to go to the respective District Elections Office where the name is registered, fill up an application form and pay a fee of Rs. 80.00 along with supporting documents for the request.
However, a person can obtain a print out of the electoral register, containing his name, by browsing the web site of the department.
3. Are extracts of the Electoral Register issued for the purpose of admission of children to schools?
No. Extracts of electoral registers are not required for admittance of children to schools. However, the particulars of registration as electors can be obtained from District Elections Offices and Grama Niladharis and submitted to the relevant schools. Heads of such institutions may examine the accuracy of such information.