Affiliated to University of Mumbai
RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005
|Public Information Officer 1||Public Information Officer 2||Public Information Officer 3|
|Dr Sangeeta Kohli|
Email – email@example.com
|Mr. Wendrich Soares|
HOD IT Dept
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
|Mr. Ricky Singh|
The Right to information Act, 2005 (22 of 2005) has been implemented by the Indian Government from 15th June, 2005. This Act provides for the right to information for citizens to secure access to information under the control of public authorities in order to promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority.The Act can be viewed and appealed through website www.rti.gov.in.
- The application may be typed or neatly hand-written, wherein mention atop “application under RTI act 2005″.
- The application may preferably be in writing though an e-mail is accepted as a mode as per law.
- There is no such prescribed proforma for application.
- Applications will not be discarded on the ground that they were not in the prescribed proforma.
- The application should be in Marathi, Hindi or English.
- Application is simply address to the “public information officer“( Don’t mention the name)
- Application should be in a simple and easy language.
- Mention your question point wise, avoid asking vague questions, ask direct questions.
- Avoid using too technical terms or legal terminology.
- Attach Government RTI Fee in the form of IPO/DD/MO etc., as applicable with the RTI Application.
- Undersign the application and do not forget to take a photocopy for your future references.
- At the end of the application make a declaration that you are an Indian citizen.
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