A Public Information Officers can refuse information on certain subjects. These include information received in confidence from foreign governments, information prejudicial to security, strategic, scientific or economic interests of the country, breach of privilege of legislatures, etc. For an average citizen like you and me, the information we are looking for does not come under… Read more »
One or more officers in every Government Department have been made “Public Information Officers” (PIO). If you want some information, you need to file an application with the PIO. The PIO’s are responsible for collecting information wanted by you and providing that information to you. Also, several officers have been appointed as Assistant Public Information Officers (APIOs)…. Read more »
If you go into a Government office and demand that they tell you why your work has not been done, they will not entertain you or might even throw you out. If it’s a law, then it becomes harder to do this. If they do not give you the information you want, they will have… Read more »
This is the case where in your RTI application has been forwarded to multiple CPIOs since the information sought lies with more than one PIO.
There are two ways of filing RTI request:- 1. Registered user: after creating a user account and filing RTI request after logging in, such RTI application will appear in the user account. 2. Non Registered user: user can file RTI application directly without creating user account, the RTI filed in this case will not reflect… Read more »
No,Online first appeal can only be filed against previously filed online RTI application.
Please do not get confused due to that. Password encryption is a security measure. Whenever you enter your password it gets encrypted instantaneously. While registering your account kindly provide same password in two fields i.e. password & confirm password fields respectively.
That can be case where your RTI application has been physically transferred to other public authority, which is not aligned to this portal. In that case, you should file your appeal in physical mode to concerned public authority. Another case can be if your RTI application is not replied by CPIO and 30 days have… Read more »
An Activation Key will be sent on your email ID provided during registration. This Activation Key can be used to activate the account on first login. Provision for re-generation of Activation key is also available after first login or before activation of the user account. The new activation key will be sent on your registered… Read more »
No. You can not file RTI application for state public authorities through this portal?
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