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On-line Free Course on RTI Act in Hindi by C-Dac

E-Learning Free Course in Hindi on Right to Information Act by C-Dac.  Very useful course on RTI aslo helpful for CPIO, Appellate Authorities & applicants.

Table of contents of Course

    सूचना के अधिकार


सूचनाधिकार अवधारणा की उत्पत्ति
0. प्रस्तावना
1. सूचनाधिकार का इतिहास
2. विश्व परिदृश्य
3. सूचनाधिकार आंदोलन
4. विकास के चरण

सूचना का अधिकार

1. सूचना का अधिकार कानून 2005
2. आयोग का गठन
आपको क्या जानना चाहिए
1. लोक प्राधिकरण
2. लोक सूचनाधिकारी
3. प्रथम अपीलीय अधिकारी
4. सूचना प्रकाशन से छूट
5. आवेदन की अस्वीकृति
आवेदन प्रक्रिया
1. सूचना के लिए आवेदन
2. आवेदन शुल्क व समय-सीमा
3. आवेदन प्रक्रिया
4. प्रथम अपील
5. द्वितीय अपील
प्रायः पूछे जाने वाले प्रश्न
1.सूचना का अधिकार

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http://elearn.cdac.in/eSikshak/rti/index.html



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COMMENTS

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  • Subhash Bhatia,Panipat 10 years ago

    I am very sorry to write, with due apology, that the RTI Act is being followed sincerely neither by the public nor by the officials who have been assigned the duty of the information commissioners. Public may be excused for their lack of knowledge and awareness but the OFFICIALS WHO ARE SUPPOSED TO FOLLOW THE ACT HESITATE TO TAKE ACTION AGAINST THE DEFAULTING PUBLIC AUTHORITIES,for the reasons best known to them. With the result sought information is not released for years , which is mandatory to be given within 30 days.Even the first appellate authorities care a fig for the Act and keep the case pending for months and that too without giving any proper available information.Under such circumstances as I feel, the RTI Act is proving to be a source of harassment for the genuine information seekers and a source of income for the officials in the office the RTI Commission when no action is taken against the defaulting authorities and who in turn perhaps bribe the persons helping them in one way or the other. Strict action against the person breaking the act/law may prove the RTI act as a boon for the public at large in a democratic country like India. My observation is based on my personal experience, which may be detailed ,on demand.