Step by Step Process to File An RTI Application
- Blog|Indian Acts|
- 3 Min Read
- By Taxmann
- Last Updated on 11 January, 2021
Steps to file an RTI online application–
• First, you must know which department you want to file your Right to Information Act, 2005 application. You can do a quick research about the same. • Now visit their website http://rtionline.gov.in and click to register yourself. Once you are registered start your application process by clicking on “Submit Request” button on home page. • Before starting your application, you must go through and understand the guidelines related to Right to Information Act and acknowledge it by digitally signing the form. Once you are through with acknowledgement of the form, you can start filing your application on next page. • While filling the form, first of you must choose the department which must cater to your request, then you must fill in your personal details like email id and phone number. Then you must submit the subject line for your Right to Information Act application which must brief about the context for your RTI request you are raising. You can then elaborate your application within a limit of 3000 words. You must keep it clear and simple and mention what you are seeking from that department like dates and status. You should not use decorative words in your application which are difficult to understand.
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