If you want to learn about 'How to draft an RTI Application', kindly read this here!
You will need a proof, that your RTI application has been received by the PIO. The tested methods to submit a RTI application are:
- Personally, by hand: Please ensure that you get your copy of the application and proof of payment duly stamped, signed and dated, either by the PIO or by the inward department
- Registered Post AD: The AD card will act as proof of submission, after it is returned to you by the postal department. In case the AD card does not come back with a proper stamp, signature and date of receipt, follow up with the despatching post office to get the AD card completed. You can track Registered Post articles here: http://services.ptcmysore.gov.in/RNetTracking/ and keep a print out of the final delivery status with you.
- Speed Post (A postal department service): Once the application is sent by Speed Post, track it on http://www.indiapost.gov.in/Speednew/track.aspx and keep a print out of the delivery status carefully with you
Do not use ordinary post, private courier companies, etc. since these will not provide you with a confirmed proof of delivery.
Designated Post Offices:
In order to facilitate citizens in filing RTI applications, the government has designated certain Post Offices for accepting RTI applications addressed to Public Authorities (PA's) under Central Government. These cannot be used for submitting RTI Applications addressed to State PA's, Legislatures, Courts, etc.
A list of designated Post Offices is available here:
You can read the following thread for further information regarding submitting your RTI applications through designated post offices:
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