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I am searching for Right to Information (RTI) Act of IIT Roorkee. So do you have any idea from where I can download Right to Information (RTI) Act of IIT Roorkee?
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Old September 27th, 2017, 02:11 PM
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As you want to download Right to Information (RTI) Act of IIT Roorkee, so I am providing Right to Information (RTI) Act here:

IIT Roorkee Right to Information (RTI) Act

The undersigned is directed to say that this Department has issued four sets of guidelines and several other Office Memoranda regarding implementation of the Right to lnformation Act, 2005 during last three years. Section 26 of the Act requires the Government to prepare such guidelines and update these at regular intervals. Accordingly a consolidated updated Guide on the Act has been prepared which would help all the stake-holders -information seekers in getting information, public information officers in dealing with the RTI applications, first appellate authorities in taking cogent decisions on appeals and the public authorities in implementing various provisions of the Act in right earnest.

1. All the Ministries I Departments of the Government of lndia
2. Union Public Service Commissionl Lok Sabha Sectt.1 Rajya Sabha Secretariat/ Cabinet Secretariat/ Central Vigilance Commissionl President's Secretariat/ Vice-President's Secretariat1 Prime Minister's Office1 Plannina ., CommissionlElection Commission
3. Central lnformation CommissionlState lnformation Commissions.
4. Staff Selection Commission, CGO Complex, New Delhi , 5. Office of the Comptroller & Auditor General of lndia, 10, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi.
6. All officersIDeskslSections, Department of Personnel & Training and Department of Pension & Pensioners Welfare.

Copy to: Chief Secretaries of all the StatesIUTs.

The enclosed Guide is mutatis mutandis applicable to the public authorities of the States as well. The State Government may like to get it translated into the regional language(s) and circulate amongst various stake-holders.

GUIDE ON RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005
Part I
FOR ALL STAKE HOLDERS
The right to information is implicitly guaranteed by the Constitution. However, with a view to set out a practical regime for securing information, the Indian Parliament enacted the Right to lnformation Act, 2005 and thus gave a powerful tool to the citizens to get information from the Government as a matter of right. This law is very comprehensive and covers almost all matters of governance and has the widest possible reach, being applicable to Government at all levels- Union, State andLocal as well as recipients of government grants

The Act requires the Government to compile a guide in easily comprehensible form and to update it from time to time. The Government has already published four guides in the past. One each for the information seekers, the public authorities, the Central Public lnformation
officers and the Appellate Authorities. Here is an updated consolidated guide for the use of all stake-holders. This guide contains five parts. Part I of the guide discusses some aspects of the Act which all the stake-holder are required to know. Rest of the four parts are specifically relevant to the public authorities, the information seekers, the public information officers and the first appellate authorities respectively.

Contents of this guide are specifically relevant in relation to the Centrai Government but are equally applicable to the State Governments except in relation to rules about payment of fee or deciding of appeals by the lnformation Commissions. It may be noted that this guide uses the term Public lnformation Officer in place of Central Public Information OfficerIState Public lnformation Officer. Likewise Assistant Public lnformation Officer has been used for Central Assistant Public lnformation OfficerIState Assistant Public lnformation Officer and lnformation Commission for Central lnformation CommissionlState lnformation Commission except where it was considered necessary to make specific reference to the Central Public lnformation OfficerlCentral lnformation Commission etc. The Departmental Appellate Authority has been referred to as First Appellate Authority inasmuch as the first appeal lies with him

Obiect of the Riaht to lnformation Act
The basic object of the Right to lnformation Act is to empower the citizens, promote transparency and accountability in the working of the Government, contain corruption, and make our democracy work for the people in real sense. It goes without saying that an informed citizen is better equipped to keep necessary vigil on the instruments of governance and make the government more accountable to the governed. The Act is a big step towards making the citizens informed about the activities of the Government.

What is lnformation
Information is any material in any form. It includes records, documents, memos, e-mails, opinions, advices, press releases, circulars, orders, logbooks, contracts, reports, papers, samples, models, data material held in any electronic form. It also includes information relating to any private body which can be accessed by the public authority under any law for the timebeing in force.

What is a Public Authority
A "public authority" is any authority or body or institution of self government established or constituted by or under the Constitution; or by any other law made by the Parliament or a
State Legislature; or by notification issued or order made by the Central Government or a State Government. The bodies owned, controlled or substantially financed by the Central Government or a State Government and non-Government organisations substantially financed by the Central Government or a State Government also fall within the definition of public authority. The financing of the body or the NGO by the Government may be direct or indirect.

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