KSRTC buses to ferry Polling Booth Staff

KSRTC buses to ferry Polling Booth Staff

Mysuru: Deputy Commissioner Abhiram G. Sankar, who is also the District Electoral Officer, has said that bus  facility is in place for Polling Booth Officers and staff to travel to their assigned Poll Booths from their respective Mustering Centres. As such, all Polling Booth personnel are required to report themselves at their respective Mustering Centres at 6 am tomorrow and travel in KSRTC buses to their assigned Polling Booths.

Mustering Centres

Periyapatna Pushpa Convent, Gonikoppa Road, Periyapatna
K.R. Nagar Government First Grade College, K.R. Nagar
Hunsur Devaraj Urs Government First Grade College, Hunsur
H.D. Kote St. Mary’s Higher Primary School (Kannada Medium), H.D. Kote
Nanjangud Government Boys Junior College, Nanjangud
Chamundeswari  Maharani’s Arts and Science College, JLB Road, Mysuru
Krishnaraja Maharaja’s College Centenary Hall, Mysuru
Chamaraja Baden Powell School, near DC’s Office, Mysuru
Narasimharaja JSS College, Ooty Road, Mysuru
Varuna JSS First Grade College, Devirammanahalli, Nanjangud taluk
T. Narasipur Vidyodaya Institutions, T. Narasipur

May 10, 2018

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