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Revenue Headquters--->Right To Information Act ( RTI )

The Right to Information Act will come into force w.e.f. 12th October, 2005

Salient Features of the Right to Information Act, 2005:-

  • The Act extends to the whole of India except Jammu & Kashmir.
  • It provides a very definite day for its commencement i.e. 120 days from enactment.
  • It shall apply to Public Authorities.
  • All citizens shall have the right to information, subject to provisions of the Act.
  • The Public Information Officers/Assistant Public Information Officers will be responsible to deal with the requests for information and also to assist persons seeking information.
  • Fee will be payable by the applicant depending on the nature of information sought. 
  • Certain categories of information have been exempted from disclosure under Section 8 and 9 of the Act.
  • Intelligence and security agencies specified in Schedule II to the Act have been exempted from the ambit of the Act, subject to certain conditions. 

 

> Designation of Central Public Information Officers & Appellate Authorities for the purpose of the Right to Information Act, 2005pdf File(41Kb)

> Name of the CPIO and Appellate Authority for Competent Authority pdf File (9Kb)

>Name of public information Officer for Adjudicating Authority under PMLA

 

INDUCTION MATERIALpdf File (910Kb) (Feb-2016)

INDUCTION MATERIALpdf File (853Kb) (July-2016)

ORGANISATION CHATpdf File (60Kb) (July-2016)

 

 

Informations(Manuals) under Right to Information (RTI) Act:-

 

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