RTI

Right to Information Act empowers every citizen to seek any information, take notes, extracts or certified copies of documents or records, take certified samples of material. Every Public Authorities (Offices) under Govt. of Rajasthan has access to the system through a Public Authority account, where there is a provision for uploading the suo-motu-disclosure as per section-4(1) (b) (c) (d) of RTI Act, 2005. Similarly the Public Authority account has also options for maintaining and updating the various requests for information received by PIOs / APIOs under section 6 of RTI Act, 2005.........................more

 

RTI_INFORMATION_Hanumangarh

 

S. No. Particulars Copy of Concerned URLs (May be pasted here )
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1 All Public Authorities shall proactively DISCLOSE RTI APPLICATION AND APPEALS RECEIVED AND THEIR RESPONSES, on the websites maintained by Public Authorities with search facility based on key words.  
2 Ensure that websites disclosures are comlete, easily accessible, technology and platform neutral and in a form which conveys the desired information in an effective and USER-FRIENDLY MANNER. http://rti.rajasthan.gov.in/RTIStatic/RTI/PDF/RTI-Templates.pdf
3 ORDERS of the public authority SHOULD BE UPLOADED ON THE WEBSITE IMMEDIATELY after they have been issued. http://rti.rajasthan.gov.in/CircularsandNotificationsReadMore.aspx
4 Websites should have detailed directory of key contacts, details of officials of the Public Authority. http://rti.rajasthan.gov.in/RTIStatic/RTI/list%20of%20officers.pdf
5 Information must be presented from a user's perspective, which may require re-arranging it, simplifying it etc.  
6 Every public authority must endeavour to integrate the information mentioned in these sub-clauses while preparing voluntary disclosure materials.  
7 ALL GOVERNMENT OFFICERS HAVE TO FOLLOW LAID DOWN OFFICE PROCEDURE MANUAL OR THE OTHER RULES which gives details of how represenations, petitions and applications from citizens must be dealt with. http://rti.rajasthan.gov.in/RTIAct2005ReadMore.aspx
8 The challengesis to present a simplified version of the decision-making procedure that is of interest to a common citizen. http://rti.rajasthan.gov.in/RTIStatic/RTI/PDF/FAQ_RTI_2012.pdf
9 In the event of a public authority altering an existing decision-making process or adopting an entirely new process, such changes must be explained in simple language in order to enable people to easily understand the changes made. http://rti.rajasthan.gov.in/RTIStatic/RTI/PDF/FAQ_RTI_2012.pdf
10 Laying down individual responsibility for providing the goods and services (WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DELIVERY/IMPLEMENTATION, AND WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SUPERVISION). http://rti.rajasthan.gov.in/Find-Officers.aspx
11 Data about records that have been digitized may be proactively disclosed on the respective websites, excluding those records /files /information that are exempted under Section 8. http://rti.rajasthan.gov.in/Timely_Disposed_Application_Status.aspx
12 The Action Taken Report on the compliance of these guidelines should be sent, along with the URL link , to the DoPT and Central Commission soon after the expiry of the period of 6 months. http://rti.rajasthan.gov.in/Timely_Disposed_Application_Status.aspx
13 Proactive disclosure should be done in local language so that it remains accessible to public. http://rti.rajasthan.gov.in/RTIStatic/RTI/PDF/RTI-Templates.pdf
14 All discretionary/ non-discretionary grants/ allocations to state governments/ NGO's / Other institutions by Ministry/ Department should be placed on the website of the ministry/ Department concerned.  
15 Website should contain all the relevent Acts, Rules, forms and other documents which are normally accessed by citizens.  
16 Information must be presented from a user's perspective, which may require re-arranging it, simplifying it etc. same as point 5
17 The exceptional circumstances when such standard decision-making processes may be overridden and by whom, should also be explained clearly.  
18 Citizen Charters, which are mandatory, for each central Ministry/Department/Authority, are good examples of vehicles created for laying down norms of perfrmance for major functions and for monitoring achievements against those standards.  
19 Funds released to various autonomous organizations/ statutory organizations/ attached offices/ Public Sector Enterprises/ Societies/ NGOs/ Corporations etc. should be put on the websites on a quarterly basis and budgets of such authorities may be made accessible through links from the website of the Ministry/ Department.  
20 Every public authority must endeavour to integrate the information mentioned in these sub-clauses while preparing voluntary disclosure materials. The challenge is to present a simplified version of the decision-making procedure that is of interest to a common citizen.  
21 Decision-making chain should be identified In the form of a flow chart explaining the rank/grade of the public fuctionaries involved in the decision-making process and the specific stages in the decision-making hierarchy.  
22 Funds released to various autonomous organizations/ statutory organizations/ attached offices/ Public Sector Enterprises/ Societies/ NGOs/ Corporations etc. should be put on the websites on a quarterly basis and budgets of such authorities may be made accessible through links from the websites of the Ministry/Department. same as point 19
23 Date of receipt/ downloading of DOPT Guidelines above----  
24 Date of sending DOPT Guidelines above to all subordinate/ attached offices.  
25 Copy of the compliance report, in case, sent to Information Commission  
26 Date or Tentative date of submission of Compliance Report (24 above)  
27 Name of the official Responsible for the Compliance of DOPT Guidelines above