Month: January 2015

In a stunning decision the CIC ruled in that even pvt. schools come under RTI ambit

Central information commission in its june 4 2014 judgement has ruled that even private schools are under the ambit of Right to Information irrespective of the fact that whether it is aided by the govt. or not.. In a landmark decision on 4th of June CIC has said that though RTE (Right to Free Education)…

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File online RTI application in Madhya Pradesh M.P.

Till now Online RTI filing facility is not available in M.P.. RTI application can be filed in person or through speed post to the concerned office.. You need to write RTI application on a blank plain paper addressed to the Public information officer concerned and an Rs ten non-judicial stamp is needed to be attached…

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RTI application for MGNREGA

Friends we often see that MGNREGA work is done in our villages and agents eat up the wages of labourers and also cover up by making false cash vouchers, while actual vouchers are not provided to the common men for inspection… From my experience i have witnessed such misfeasance of NREGA funds.. Fake Job cards…

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Ordinary Postal stamps to be instrument of RTI Fees: CIC

People seeking information under RTI Act may now be able to use postal stamps as application fee if a recommendation of the Central Information Commission is accepted by the Centre. Two Information Commissioners in two separate cases– R K Jain and Raghubir Singh– have made a common recommendation to the Department of Personnel and Training…

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How to file RTI in Uttar Pradesh?

RTI (Right to Information) is now fundamental right of every citizen of India. It was enacted in October 2005 and has been in operation since then. For Filing online RTI in U.P. ¬†you just need to write an application on a plain blank page, addressed to the PIO of the organization concerned. Write your queries…

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