The Right to Information Act, 2005 has been enacted by
the Parliament and has come into force from 15 June, 2005. It extends to the
whole of India except the State of Jammu and Kashmir. An Act to provide for
setting out the practical regime of 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. All Universities and Colleges established by law made by Parliament
or by State Legislature or by notification by the appropriate Government or
owned, controlled or substantially financed directly or indirectly by funds
provided by the Government shall come within the meaning of a Public Authority
under this Act. As per Government of Chhattisgarh and UGC guidelines C.M.Dubey
Post Graduate College, Bilaspur C.G. implements the Right to Information Act,
- The application may be typed or
neatly hand-written, wherein mention atop “application under RTI act
- 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
- Applications will not be discarded on the
ground that they were not in the prescribed proforma.
- The application should be in Hindi or
- Application is simply address to the “Public
Information Officer“ (Don’t mention the name)
- Application should be in a simple and
- Mention your question point wise, avoid
asking vague questions, ask direct questions.
- Avoid using too technical terms or legal
- 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.