An Extended Framework of Online Electronic Voting System for Pakistan

  • Muntazir Mahdi Baidani
  • Mubashar Ahmad
  • Yasir Ali
Keywords: lection, Web-based Voting, New Framework, E-Voting, ECP


The expression "vote" intends to choose from a given rundown, or decide. The center motivation behind voting is to think of best pioneers of the general population's predominant. It is investigated from the writing that the conventional voting framework has various blemishes i.e. tedious, printed material, high cost and more extreme issue is ragging particularly in Asian Countries. To defeat distinguished issues in the constituent procedure, another technique was purposed by a few analysts; Electronic Voting. A few E-voting frameworks have been created and accessible in the market. Besides, it is additionally recognized that the current E- Voting System needs in giving the proper arrangement in term of the discretionary procedure. In this modification, the structure of the information gathering strategy, the present framework assessment and the structure of the framework of the framework of the framework has been shown. This particular technique has been used as part of the use, specific needs to meet project targets, specific requirements for honor of venture and a clear explanation that such strategy Why has been used to correct the proposed framework, in addition to the current management of voting. To accomplish these targets a philosophy is defined and isolated into five stages in like manner: Stage I: Examination of current v-system. Stage II: outlining new structure. Stage III: EV System planning based on web. Stage IV: EV System development based on web. Stage V: EV System testing based on web. This framework helps in overseeing/directing discretionary process advantageously and safely


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Baidani, M. M., Ahmad, M., & Ali, Y. (2019). An Extended Framework of Online Electronic Voting System for Pakistan. International Journal of Computer Science and Emerging Technologies , 2(2), 17-21. Retrieved from