सूचना का अधिकार

सूचना का अधिकार 2005 
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  • Logo se jodne ke liye hey bahut he achi site hai
  • Hi everyone
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  • It is one of the Fundamental Right to the citizen of India as per the constitution of India.
  • धारा 7(9)के तहत क्या कार्यवाही होती है
  • सूचना का अधिकार क्या है?
  • सूचना का अधिकार एक मौलिक अधिकार है जो विभिन्न अधिकारों तथा दायित्वों से अस्तित्व में आता है। 
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  • edited June 2019
    RTI file किन-किन विभागों पर किया जा सकता है?
  • सभी सरकारी संस्थानो मे 

  • What is "right to information"?
  • “Right to information” means the right to information accessible under the Act which is held by or under the control of any public authority and includes the right to---

    (i) inspection of work, documents, records;
    (ii) taking notes, extracts, or certified copies of documents or records;
    (iii) taking certified samples of material;
    (iv) Obtaining information in the form of diskettes, floppies, tapes, video cassettes or in any other electronic mode or through printouts where such information is stored in a computer or in any other device.

  • What type of information may be obtained under the RTI act?
  • The type of information which may be obtained is defined under section 2 (f) of the Act as any material in any form, including records, documents, memos, e-mails, opinions, advices, press releases, circulars, orders, log books,   contracts, reports, papers, samples, models, data material held in any electronic form and information relating to any private body which can be accessed by a public authority under any other law for the time being in force.
  • Who can seek information under the Right to Information Act, 2005?
  • As per section 3 of the RTI Act any Indian citizen can seek information under the Act.
  • What is the difference between an appeal and a Complaint under the RTI Act?
  • A second appeal under section 19 (3) of the Act is filed against an order of the FAA in a public authority or when the FAA does not make a decision within the specified time. A complaint under section 18 of the Act may be filed directly on the grounds mentioned in sub-section (1) of this section. The main difference between a complaint and a second appeal is that in the case of an appeal, this Commission may pass orders directing the CPIO to provide the requested information to the appellant in appropriate cases whereas such orders cannot be passed while dealing with a complaint
  • Is there any helpline numbers?
  • Yes, 9431640533/44
  • Is there any time limit for second appeal?
  • Yes, a second appeal against the decision of the First Appellate Authority may be filed before this Commission within 90 (ninety) days from the date on which the decision should have been made by the FAA or was actually received
  • Is there any time limit for filing a complaint?
  • No, however, a complaint should be filed within a reasonable period, as soon as a cause of action in the matter has arisen.
  • Are there any public authorities exempt from providing information?
  • Yes, intelligence and security organizations specified in the Second Schedule to the Act are exempt from furnishing information under the Act.  However, this exemption does not apply if the requested information pertains to the allegations of corruption and human rights violations.
  • In which language a request may be made for seeking information?
  • As per section 6 (1) of the RTI Act, a request may be made in English or Hindi or in the official language of the area in which the application is made.
  • How is an application for seeking information to be made?
  • As per section 6 (1) of the RTI Act a request may be made in writing to the Central Public Information Officer (CPIO) of this Commission. It may also be filed online athttps://rtionline.gov.in.
  • Is there complaint or the appellant entitled to hearing in the penalty proceedings under section 20 of RTI Act?
  • edited July 2019
    What is the working process of Online RTI Application?
  • Once your application is filed, and the fee is paid, our specialists will call you for the details & prepare the application according to the rules of RTI and send it to you for your approval by email, you can edit or approve. Once you approve we will send it to the concerned officer. You will get the information from the concerned authority by post within 30 days.
  • What can we ask using RTI?
  • You can ask many types of vital pieces of information using the RTI. Following are the few of the common information requests that people apply for:

    1. Get answer sheet copies of any exam conducted by the recruitment board or any other board example RRB, SSC, GATE, UPSC, IIM, Examination of College or Universities.
    2. Status of driving license, passport, aadhar card, ration card applications.
    3. PF transfer and withdrawal status
    4. IT refund and Pension status
    5. Status of UGC approval of Courses/Colleges/Universities
    6. Certificate Verification
    7. Gram Panchayat expenditure and MLA/MP fund usage details
    8. Any other record or information.
  • What are the benefits of RTI Application by onlinertiapplication.com?
  • Once your application is filed, and the fee is paid, our specialists will call you for the details & prepare the application according to the rules of RTI and send it to you for your approval by email, you can edit or approve. Once you approve we will send it to the concern officer. You will get the information from the concerned authority by post within 30 days.
  • How can I know that you had filed my RTI application?
  • You will get a registered post tracking link with your application’s soft copy. When your application goes through multiple phases in our drafting procedure. .
  • What is the problem to apply an RTI offline?
    1. In most of the cases, they refuse to accept RTI application even if they receive still they don’t want to give the certified received copy of your application.
    2. In a few scenarios, common people don’t know how & whom to file RTI
    3. There are many places where IPO’s are not available in their stock. However, if you want to pay by draft then again it is a time consuming & as well as you need to pay extra to the bank for making the DD.
    4. Offline process is very time consuming & pillar to post. Why?
      1. First, you need to find any advocate to write the RTI application. Time --consuming as well as wastage of money. It is not compulsory to hire an advocate for the same but it is always recommended to make your application by an expert (advocate). So that you can get the correct & complete information within the time frame.
      2. Then you need to find a cyber cafe to print your application.
      3. Then again you need to stand in a queue in the bank to make your DD (RTI fee).
    5. Then again you need to stand in a queue in a post office to post it. Practically the process for filling an offline RTI its take around 3 days to 1 week. Due to this time problem, many people can’t file an RTI application.
  • How can I send my application fee?
  • Every state has a different mode of payment for application fee. Generally, you can deposit your application fee via:

    • In person by paying cash [remember to take your receipt]
    • Demand Draft
    • Indian Postal Order
    • Money orders (only in some states)
    • Affixing Court fee Stamp (only in some states)
    • Banker’€™s cheque

    Some state governments have some “head of account”. You are required to deposit fee in that account. For that, you can either go to any branch of SBI and deposit cash in that account and attach deposit receipt with your RTI application. Or you can also send a postal order or a DD drawn in favor of that account along with your RTI application. Please see respective state rules.

  • Is there a time limit to receiving information?
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