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Excluded Government Authorities from RTI

Second Schedule of the RTI Act 2005 The Second Schedule of the RTI Act exempts certain Public Authorities under the Central Government from disclosure of information under the RTI Act 2005. However, these Public Authorities have to respond to RTI Applications which pertain to subjects…

How to make a COMPLAINT under RTI Act?

COMPLAINT UNDER RTI ACT 2005 Section 18 of the act empowers Central Information Commission [CIC] and also State Information Commissions [SICs] to enquire into complaints against Public Authority, Public Information Officer [PIO] and First Appellate Authority [FAA]. The section has provided for enquiring and taking…

How to File a Second Appeal under RTI?

(For Central Public Authorities) Kindly follow these guidelines for filling Second Appeal at Central Information Commission. Fill in the above appeal/complaint form, index and chronological order of progress. If you are filing appeal remove complaint/complainant words. If complaint is being filed, cut words second appeal/appellant”Get…

How to write First Appeal under RTI?

How to write First Appeal under RTI? Simple Guidelines to follow while filing 1st Appeal under Right to Information Act 2005. First appeal has to be filed within 30 days from date of receipt of decision of CPIO by the applicant with First Appellate Authority…

Filling RTI Application

Application Guidelines: While filing an RTI application, the framing of the questions is very important. A slight misunderstanding or vague questions gives the PIO a chance to reject your application. Follow these guidelines: Use a white sheet of paper to write an application. There is…

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