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III. RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT (RTI ACT), 2005
RTI Act 2005 has been enacted with the intent of facilitating the right of Citizens to obtain
information from public authorities and to promote transparency and accountability of public
authorities. The Citizens are entitled to get any ‘information’ which term includes material in any
form be it documents, records, opinions, advices, Circulars, Contracts, Press releases, Email
etc., held in electronic form or in any other form.
Section 8 of the Act stipulates the exemptions from disclosure of information. The common
exemptions which are applicable to Banks are ‘commercial confidence’, ‘matters of fiduciary
nature’ and ‘personal information not involving any public activity or interest’, and ‘unwarranted
invasion of privacy’.
These information are made accessible through a designated person ‘Public Information
Officer (PIO)’ and appeal, if any shall be made to the next higher authority in the said
organization within 30 days of decision rendered by the PIO. Second appeal is open to be
made to Central Information Commission within 90 days.
Details of
Public Information Officer
Details
>> Address, Telephone / Fax No. / E-mail ID of - Public Information Officers & Assistant Public Information officers under the RTI Act, 2005 ( Click Here )

 

 
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