Government will pay 100% hospital bills of accident victims : Delhi government

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India has the highest number of road traffic accidents worldwide with over 140,000 deaths occurring annually, beating even China. While annually the nation loses almost 1.5 per cent of its GDP on account of road accidents, India is not even spending 10 per cent of that amount to make our roads safe.

Delhi records an average of five road accident deaths per day – four of these are of pedestrians and two-wheeler riders. Cyclists and pedestrians are the vulnerable users on our roads.

Unfortunately, however, such prompt care is generally not available in the country. According to a study by the Indian Journal of Surgery in 2006, 80 per cent of road accident victims in India do not receive any emergency medical care within this ‘golden hour.

To Ensure that medical assistance is provided within the ‘golden hour’ of a mishap, the Delhi government has proposed to pay for treatment of victims of road accidents, acid attacks and fire-related incidents at private hospitals across the city. The golden hour is the first hour after any traumatic injury, and doctors say that treatment is most likely to succeed during that period.

At a press conference, Health Minister Satyendar Jain said that irrespective of domicile of the victims, free medical treatment will be provided to them in case of burns, motor accidents and acid attacks on Delhi’s roads.
The health minister said that the Delhi government would bear the treatment cost of such people in both its own and private hospitals.
The move is aimed at saving lives of such people during the golden hour after accidents on Delhi’s roads, be it road accident, fire and acid attacks.

The proposal is part of the Good Samaritan Policy, passed by the Delhi government in January 2017. Under this policy, the people, who rush accident victims to the hospitals, will be given a sum of Rs 2000 and a certificate of appreciation.

HOW TO FILE RTI IN UTKAL UNIVERSITY BHUBANESWER

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After the separation of Odisha from Bihar and the creation of the new province of Odisha in April 1936, there was a strong desire among the leaders of the province for the establishment of a separate university in Odisha. Until 1936 all the colleges were under the jurisdiction of either Patna University or Andhra University.

Utkal University, also known as Vani Vihar is the oldest university in Odisha and the 17th-oldest university in India located in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. It is a teaching-cum-affiliating university.The present campus at Vani Vihar located on a sprawling 399.9 acre area in the heart of Bhubaneswar. There are about 3000 students in the master’s departments in the university. This is the largest affiliating university in the country with 267 affiliated general colleges, 15 law colleges, 6 medical and pharmacy colleges.

At present the University has twenty-seven Post-Graduate teaching and research departments located with in the campus institution, viz. Directorate of Distance and Continuing Education, University Law College at Vani Vihar and M.S. Law College at Cuttack. The University is located in the middle of the city. 5 km from airport, 3 km from the station. Sainik school is to its north. Mancheswar industrial area is to its east.

In 2016 Utkal University adopted its theme song from “tunga sikhar chula”(1st 3 stanzas) poem of Godabarish Mishra one of its founder member.it accredited NAAC A+ in 2016.

The campus is at the heart of Bhubaneswar city and right on NH-5. It is nearly 5 km from both the main railway station at Master Canteen and bus stand at Baramunda. All the Postgraduate departments and the law college are inside the campus.

The central library of the university is named “Parija Library” after the eminent botanical scientist Prana Krushna Parija. The Distance Education Center Of utkal university known as DDCE UTKAL UNIVERSITY which is very popular for quality distance education in the state of Odisha.IT offers Graduation courses like B.A in the subjects Odia, Political Science, Education, Sanskrit, Sociology, and English.

Right To Information Rules 2005 implemented in Utkal University

It is very simple to draft an RTI, you can draft it even plain paper but it will be better if RTI draft in well manner, you can draft it in Hindi or English as well as any official language.
Only Rupees 10 fees fixed for RTI in the form of Postal Order/ CRF or Bank draft. It should be in the favor of Accounts Officer of particular organization. You may send it by any mean like post, speed post etc, but not by courier.
The applicant may also be required to pay further fee towards the cost of Providing the information, details of which shall be intimated to the applicant by the PIO. As prescribed by the Right to Information Rules, 2012. Rates of fee as prescribed in.
The Rules are given below:
(I) rupees two (Rs. 2/-) for each page
(II) Actual cost or price of a photocopy in larger size paper
(II) Actual cost or price for samples or models
(IV) Rupees fifty (Rs.50/-) per diskette or floppy and
(V) Price fixed for a publication or rupees two per page of photocopy for extracts from the publication.
(VI) So much of postal charges involved in supply of information that exceeds fifty rupees.

GOVERNMENT SPENT ₹3,755 CR. ON PUBLICITY : RTI SAYS

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The Modi government spent a whopping ₹3,755 crore on its publicity in three-and-a-half years till October this year, reply to an RTI query revealed on Friday.

The expenditure on advertisements from April 2014 to October 2017 on electronic and print media and outdoor publicity is ₹37,54,06,23,616, according to the reply given by the Information and Broadcasting Ministry. The application was filed by Greater Noida-based social activist Ramveer Tanwar.

For print media, the government spent more than Rs 1,698 crore.

On outdoor advertisements, which include hoardings, posters, booklets and calendars, the central government has spent over Rs 399 crore, the RTI reveals.

According to the information, the central government spent over Rs. 1,656 crore on electronic media advertisements, including community radio, digital cinema, Doordarshan, Internet, SMS and TV.
For print media, the government spent more than Rs. 1,698 crore.
On outdoor advertisements, which include hoardings, posters, booklets and calendars, the central government has spent over Rs. 399 crore, the RTI reveals.

In 2015, another RTI reply revealed that the Centre spent nearly ₹8.5 crore on newspaper advertisements for the PM’s monthly radio address ‘Mann Ki Baat’ till July 2015.

The application was filed by Greater Noida-based social activist Ramveer Tanwar, a copy of which is with news agency IANS.

HOW TO FILE RTI IN HYDERABAD MUNICIPAL CORPORATION

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Hyderabad Municipal Corporation has 96 general seats and 47 reserved seats. it was made defunct in Sindh Local Ordinance 2001, but was revived by PPP government. Qasimabad was taken out of HMC and formed separate municipal committee.
The 96 elected chairmen of Union Committee become members of Hyderabad Municipal Corporation and elect their mayor and deputy mayor.
HMC comprises the districts of Hyderabad City and Latifabad.
On August 30, 2016, MQM’s Mayor and deputy mayor took office in Hyderabad Municipal Corporation.

On August 24, 2016, through Mayor elections, Tayyab Hussain and Suhail Mashadi of MQM were elected Mayor and Deputy Mayor of Hyderabad respectively. They bagged 111 votes, while their rival PPP candidates got 27 votes. They took oath on August 30, 2016.
Many of the MQM chairmen and vice chairmen were elected unopposed even before the elections.

Hyderabad Corporation zones, circles and wards are divided by the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) for its planning and development in Hyderabad, India. The city of Hyderabad is divided into five zones: South Zone, East Zone, West Zone, North Zone and Central Zone. Each zone is further divided into circles, eighteen in total. The circles are subdivided into 150 wards, each with around 36,000 people in 2007. The GHMC is planning to increase the number of wards to 200.

Right To Information Rules 2005 implemented in Hyderabad Municipal Corporation

It is very simple to draft an RTI, you can draft it even plain paper but it will be better if RTI draft in well manner, you can draft it in Hindi or English as well as any official language.
Only Rupees 10 fees fixed for RTI in the form of Postal Order/ CRF or Bank draft. It should be in the favor of Accounts Officer of particular organization. You may send it by any mean like post, speed post etc, but not by courier.
The applicant may also be required to pay further fee towards the cost of Providing the information, details of which shall be intimated to the applicant by the PIO. As prescribed by the Right to Information Rules, 2012. Rates of fee as prescribed in.
The Rules are given below:
(I) rupees two (Rs. 2/-) for each page
(II) Actual cost or price of a photocopy in larger size paper
(II) Actual cost or price for samples or models
(IV) Rupees fifty (Rs.50/-) per diskette or floppy and
(V) Price fixed for a publication or rupees two per page of photocopy for extracts from the publication.
(VI) So much of postal charges involved in supply of information that exceeds fifty rupees.

How To File RTI In Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya Bhopal

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The university was founded in 1970 as Bhopal University. It was renamed Barkatullah University in 1988. The university is a teaching and an affiliating institution. In 1974-75, the Institute of Open and Distance Education was established with the permission of UGC for distance education.

Barkatullah University (BU) is a university in Bhopal, India. Originally known as Bhopal University, it was renamed in 1988 after the great freedom fighter Prof. Barkatullah, who was born in the area. It is the main university of the capital city and provides degrees to most of the non-technical colleges in and around Bhopal. Funded by the state government, the university has a residential campus and serves as an affiliating university for colleges of seven other districts. The institution affiliates the colleges of Bhopal district and other neighbouring districts like Sehore, Vidisha, Raisen, Betul, Hoshangabad, Harda and Rajgarh. Barkatullah University has been accredited as a B category university by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council.

The campus of Barkatullah University covers 360 acres (1.5 km2). It is on the National Highway 12 which passes through Bhopal. It is a residential-type campus and, apart from the quarters for the vice-chancellor and the staff, there are four hostels for boys and a hostel for girls.

On the campus, there are buildings for departments such as the Institute of Physics and Electronics, Department of Pharmacy, University Institute of Technology, Management Institute, Department of Law, Psychology Department, etc. It houses an administrative building, a guest house, an auditorium and a playground.

Programs

Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Commerce
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Physical Education
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Life Sciences
Faculty of Management
Faculty of Physical Sciences
Faculty of Social Sciences
[Faculty of Engineering]
Institute of Open and Distance Learning

Right To Information Rules 2005 implemented in Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya.

It is very simple to draft an RTI, you can draft it even plain paper but it will be better if RTI draft in well manner, you can draft it in Hindi or English as well as any official language.

Only Rupees 10 fees fixed for RTI in the form of Postal Order/ CRF or Bank draft. It should be in the favor of Accounts Officer of particular organization. You may send it by any mean like post, speed post etc, but not by courier.

The applicant may also be required to pay further fee towards the cost of Providing the information, details of which shall be intimated to the applicant by the PIO. As prescribed by the Right to Information Rules, 2012. Rates of fee as prescribed in.

The Rules are given below:

(I) rupees two (Rs. 2/-) for each page

(II) Actual cost or price of a photocopy in larger size paper

(II) Actual cost or price for samples or models

(IV) Rupees fifty (Rs.50/-) per diskette or floppy and

(V) Price fixed for a publication or rupees two per page of photocopy for extracts from the publication.

(VI) So much of postal charges involved in supply of information that exceeds fifty rupees.