Important Points :-

1.  During fifth Presidential Elections (1969) , the Commission made the Civil Aviation authorities to permit the escort of the polled ballot boxes (the respectively Assistant Returning Officers) to keep the sealed ballot boxes by his side closely near his seat in the Plane.

2. During Sixth Presidential Elections (1974), The Presidential And Vice-Presidential Act,1952 was amended to provide for nomination paper of a Presidential candidate shall be subscribed by at least 10 electors as proposers and 10 electors as seconders,  the Security deposit is made Rs. 2,500/- and election petition challenging an election can be presented only before the Supreme Court by any contesting candidate or by minimum  20 electors joined together as petitioners.

3. During the 11th Presidential Elections (1997), the President of India promulgated an Ordinance on 5th June, 1997 to further amend the Presidential and Vice-Presidential Act, 1952. The following amendments to the act were made:-

(a) In the case of the Presidential Election, the number of Proposers and seconders for  any nomination paper was increased from ten proposers to fifty proposers and from        ten seconders to fifty seconders.

(b) In the case of the Vice Presidential Election, the number of Proposers and seconders for any nomination paper was likewise increased from five Proposers and five Seconders   to twenty proposers and twenty seconders.

( c) The amount of Security was increased from Rs. 2,500/- to Rs. 15,000/-.

Facts at Glance- Presidential Elections from 1952 to 2007

Date of Poll Electoral College No. of Votes for Each Member No. of Contesting Candidates Elected Votes Secured Date of Assumption of Office
1st Presidential Election 02.05.1952 Elected Members of Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and 23 State Legislative Assemblies. Total Electors 4056 Each M.P. had 494 Votes. Votes of MLAs differed from State to State. Lowest Value of Votes MLAs of Coorg State was 7 and highest of 143 for MLAs of U.P. Population Basis of 1951 Census. Five Dr. Rajendra Prasad 5,07,400 13.05.1952
2nd Presidential Election 06.05.1957 Elected Members of Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and 14 State Legislative Assemblies. Each M.Ps = 496 votes

 

Lowest value of votes for MLAs of J &K was 59 and highest of 147 of U.P.

Three Dr. Rajendra Prasad 4,59,698 13.05.1957
3rd Presidential Election 07.05.1962 Elected Members of Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and 15 State Legislative Assemblies. Each MPs= 493votes

 

Lowest value of votes for MLAs of J &K was 59 and highest of 147 of U.P.

 

 

Three Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan 5,53,067 13.05.1962
4th Presidential Election 06.05.1967 Elected Members of Lok Sabha (520) , Rajya Sabha (228) and 17 State Legislative Assemblies (3383) Each MPs= 576 votes

 

Lowest value of votes for MLAs of Nagaland was 08 and highest of 174 of U.P. The population basis was 1961 census.

Seventeen Dr. Zakir Hussain 4,71,244 13.05.1967
5th Presidential Election 16.08.1969 -Do- Fifteen Shri V.V. Giri 4,01,515 24.08.1969
6th Presidential Election 17.08.1974 Elected Members of Lok Sabha (521) , Rajya Sabha (230) and 21 State Legislative Assemblies (3654) Each MPs = 723 votes

Lowest value of votes for MLAs of Nagaland was 09 and highest of 208 of U.P. The population basis was 1971 census.

 

Two Shri Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed 7,65,587 24.08.1974
7th Presidential Election 06.08.1977 Elected Members of Lok Sabha (524) , Rajya Sabha (232) and 22 State Legislative Assemblies (3776) Each MPs = 702 votes

 

Lowest value of votes for MLAs of Sikkim was 07 and highest of 208 of U.P.

One Shri Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy Elected unopposed

( First time a candidate was declared elected to the highest office of President of India without a contest.

25.07.1977
8th Presidential Election 12.07.1982 Elected Members of Lok Sabha (524) , Rajya Sabha (232) and 22 State Legislative Assemblies (3827) Each MPs = 702 votes

 

Lowest value of votes for MLAs of Sikkim was 07 and highest of 208 of U.P

Two Gyani Zail Singh 7,54,113 25.07.1982
9th Presidential Election 13.07.1987 Elected Members of Lok Sabha (543) , Rajya Sabha (233) and 25 State Legislative Assemblies (3919) Each MPs = 702 votes

 

Lowest value of votes for MLAs of Sikkim was 07 and highest of 208 of U.P

Three Shri R. Venkataraman 7,40,148 25.07.1987
10th Presidential Election 13.07.1992 Elected Members of Lok Sabha (543) , Rajya Sabha (233) and 25 State Legislative Assemblies (3972) Each MPs = 702 votes

 

Lowest value of votes for MLAs of Sikkim was 07 and highest of 208 of U.P

Four Dr. Shanker Dayal Sharma 6,75,804 25.07.1992
11th Presidential Election 14.07.1997 Elected Members of Lok Sabha (543) , Rajya Sabha (233) and 27 State Legislative Assemblies (4072) Each MPs = 708 votes

 

No of votes of each MLAs differed from state to state.

Two Shri K.R. Narayanan 9,56,290 25.07.1997
12th Presidential Election 15.07.2002 Elected Members of Lok Sabha (543) , Rajya Sabha (233) and 30 State Legislative Assemblies (4120) including NCT of Delhi and UT of Pondicherry. Each MPs = 708 votes

 

No of votes of each MLAs differed from state to state.

Two Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam 9,22,884 25.07.2002
13th Presidential Election 19.07.2007 Elected Members of Lok Sabha (543) , Rajya Sabha (233) and 30 State  legislative Assemblies (4120) including NCT of Delhi and UT of Pondicherry. Each MPs = 708 votes

 

No of votes of each MLAs differed from state to state.

Two Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil 6,38,116 25.07.2007

Statement of Value of Votes of Elected Members of the State Legislative Assemblies and Both Houses of Parliament as Per Provisions of Article 55(2) of the Constitution of India

S.No.

Name of the State

No. of seats in the Assembly (elective)

Population

(1971 Census)

Value of vote of each M.L.A.

Total value of votes for the state

1.

ANDHRA PRADESH

294

43502708   

148

 148×294=43512 

2.

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

60

467511       

8

008×060=480

3.

ASSAM      

126

14625152      

116

 116×126=14616 

4.

BIHAR       

243

42126236         

173

173×243=42039 

5.

CHHATTISGARH 

90

11637494

129

129×090=11610 

6.

GOA    

40

795120     

20

 020×040=800 

7.

GUJARAT

182

26697475

147

147×182=26754 

8.

HARYANA         

90

10036808

112

112×090=10080 

9.

HIMACHAL PRADESH    

68

3460434

51

051×068=3468 

10.

JAMMU & KASHMIR*     

87

6300000

72

 072×087=6264

11.

JHARKHAND       

81

14227133

176

 176×081=14256 

12.

KARNATAKA

224

29299014

131

 131×224=29344 

13.

KERALA

140

21347375

152

 152×140=21280 

14.

MADHYA PRADESH

230

30016625

131

131×230=30130  

15.

MAHARASHTRA

288

50412235

175

 175×288=50400 

16.

MANIPUR      

60

1072753

18

018×060=1080 

17.

MEGHALAYA      

60

1011699

17

 017×060=1020 

18.

MIZORAM   

40

332390

8

008×040=320 

19.

NAGALAND   

60

516449

9

009×060=540 

20.

ORISSA

147

21944615

149

149×147=21903 

21.

PUNJAB

117

13551060

116

116×117=13572 

22.

RAJASTHAN

200

25765806

129

129×200=25800 

23.

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SIKKIM   

32

209843

7

 007×032=224 

24.

TAMIL NADU

234

41199168

176

 176×234=41184

25.

TRIPURA      

60

1556342

26

026×060=1560 

26.

UTTARAKHAND 

70

4491239

64

064×070=4480 

27

UTTAR PRADESH

403

83849905

208

208×403=83824 

28

WEST BENGAL

294

44312011

151

151×294=44394 

29

NCT OF DELHI      

70

4065698

58

058×070=4060 

30

PUDUCHERRY    

30

471707

16

016×030=480 

TOTAL

4120

549302005

 

=  549474

Statement of Value of Votes of Elected Members of the State Legislative Assemblies and Both Houses of Parliament as Per Provisions of Article 55(2) of the Constitution of India

 

                                           PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, 2012 

                                                                                                            

S.No.

Name of the State

No. of seats in the Assembly (elective)

Population

(1971 Census)

Value of vote of each M.L.A.

Total value of votes for the state

1.

ANDHRA PRADESH

294

43502708   

148

 148×294=43512 

2.

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

60

467511       

8

008×060=480

3.

ASSAM      

126

14625152      

116

 116×126=14616 

4.

BIHAR       

243

42126236         

173

173×243=42039 

5.

CHHATTISGARH 

90

11637494

129

129×090=11610 

6.

GOA    

40

795120     

20

 020×040=800 

7.

GUJARAT

182

26697475

147

147×182=26754 

8.

HARYANA         

90

10036808

112

112×090=10080 

9.

HIMACHAL PRADESH    

68

3460434

51

051×068=3468 

10.

JAMMU & KASHMIR*     

87

6300000

72

 072×087=6264

11.

JHARKHAND       

81

14227133

176

 176×081=14256 

12.

KARNATAKA

224

29299014

131

 131×224=29344 

13.

KERALA

140

21347375

152

 152×140=21280 

14.

MADHYA PRADESH

230

30016625

131

131×230=30130  

15.

MAHARASHTRA

288

50412235

175

 175×288=50400 

16.

MANIPUR      

60

1072753

18

018×060=1080 

17.

MEGHALAYA      

60

1011699

17

 017×060=1020 

18.

MIZORAM   

40

332390

8

008×040=320 

19.

NAGALAND   

60

516449

9

009×060=540 

20.

ORISSA

147

21944615

149

149×147=21903 

21.

PUNJAB

117

13551060

116

116×117=13572 

22.

RAJASTHAN

200

25765806

129

129×200=25800 

23.

SIKKIM   

32

209843

7

 007×032=224 

24.

TAMIL NADU

234

41199168

176

 176×234=41184

25.

TRIPURA      

60

1556342

26

026×060=1560 

26.

UTTARAKHAND 

70

4491239

64

064×070=4480 

27

UTTAR PRADESH

403

83849905

208

208×403=83824 

28

WEST BENGAL

294

44312011

151

151×294=44394 

29

NCT OF DELHI      

70

4065698

58

058×070=4060 

30

PUDUCHERRY    

30

471707

16

016×030=480 

TOTAL

4120

549302005

 

=  549474

 

* Constitution (Application to the Jammu & Kashmir) Order

(A)        VALUE OF EACH VOTE OF MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT

TOTAL MEMBERS

LOK SABHA (543) + RAJYA SABHA (233) = 776

VALUE OF EACH VOTE =   549474  = 708

                                                    776

(B)        TOTAL VALUE OF VOTES OF

              776 MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT = 708 X 776 = 549408

(C)        TOTAL ELECTORS FOR THE

             PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION = MLAs (4120) + MPs (776) = 4896

(D)        TOTAL VALUE OF 4896 ELECTORS FOR

             THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 2012 = 549474 + 549408 = 1098882

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