The Chief Electoral Officer functions under the overall supervision and control of the Election Commission of India. It monitors the work relating to the conduct of General Elections and Bye-Elections to the House of People from Andhra Pradesh, A.P. Legislative Assembly and A.P. Legislative Council. This includes preparation and updating of Electoral Rolls, Issue of Photo Identity Cards to Electors, rationalization/re-organization of Polling Stations, voters' education, implementation of Model Code of Conduct, the Election Laws and the instructions issued by the Election Commission of India from time to time.
Objectives of MOU:
Providing information on electoral processes regularly so that the faculty members in the core group and the students are aware of the latest developments in the electoral field and disseminate them widely
Guiding the student's clubs in formulation of appropriate, relevant projects that will add to the knowledge base of election management. An illustrative list would include projects that involve analyzing enrollment data, poll data, implementation of model code of conduct and affidavits filed by candidates