Right to Information (RTI)
The fundamental objective of the RTI Act is to promote equality among citizens, focus on accountability, and promote transparency. The Right to Information Act, 2005 gives power to the citizens to get access to information from any public authority. To ensure the proper follow up of RTI, the Public Information Officer (PIO) plays a key role in ensuring the applicant of RTI gets the desired information in the most authentic manner. Below factors primarily focused while handling the application under the RTI act.
Information generally stands for any type of material with any form. It covers documents, emails, records, advice, memos, press, release, logbooks, papers, models, reports, etc.
Right to Information under the Act
Fee for Seeking Information
An applicant, along with a filed application required to pay the standard demand draft or Indian Postal Order which is payable to the accounts department of the public authority.
Format of Application
The applicant for RTI is not required to mention any reason for seeking the information except the details required for contacting the applicant.
After filing the RTI application, the PIO carries out the verification of whether the application is in proper format and the applicant has made the payment. In case the applicant has not paid the fee as prescribed the application cannot be treated as a valid RTI application.
The key roles of the Legal Services Office at Sewa Community College :
The legal services office at Sewa Community College has an expert panel that ensures the Sewa Community College gets the ideal legal advice. The motive is to get the best services for all legal matters and dealing with the issues in the right manner.