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Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017 Schedule


The Gujarat Assembly Elections has been announced recently. Gujarat has 182 assembly constituencies, 13 of which are reserved for STs and 27 for SCs . According to the chief election commissioner the elections will be held in two phases. The first phase polling for 89 ACs would be held on 9th December 2017 and the second phase voting for remaining 93 ACs would be held on 14th December.

Following is the schedule for the 2017 Gujarat Assembly Elections.

Gujarat Assembly Election Schedule 2017

Phase -1 (89 Constituencies)
Date of Issue of Gazette Notification 14.11.2017 (TUES)
Last Date of Nominations 21.11.2017 (TUES)
Date for Scrutiny of Nominations 22.11.2017 (WED)
Last Date for Withdrawal of candidatures 24.11.2017 (FRI)
Date of Polling 09.12.2017 (SAT)
Date of Counting 18.12.2017 (MON)
Date before which election shall be completed 20.12.2017 (WED)
Phase -2 (93 Constituencies)
Date of Issue of Gazette Notification 20.11.2017 (MON)
Last Date of Nominations 27.11.2017 (MON)
Date for Scrutiny of Nominations 28.11.2017 (TUES)
Last Date for Withdrawal of candidatures 30.11.2017 (THUR)
Date of Polling 14.12.2017 (THUR)
Date of Counting 18.12.2017 (MON)
Date before which election shall be completed 20.12.2017 (WED)






Last Updated on November 18, 2017



 

     


     

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