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    Why can't RTI be submitted through E-mail?


    Dear All,

    Here is a suggestion or a discussion which I want to institute "Why can't RTI be submitted through E-mail?"

    I understand the difficulties involved:

    1. How to make Payment for fee?
    2. How to get receipts?
    3. There is no Law proporting it.
    4. Where will the centre of responsibility rest?

    Check the Solutions Please:
    1. The Payments can be made through Credit Card.
    2. Getting receipts should also not be a problem through Internet,which can be saved and can be held in record for which you dont need files and records also.
    3.It is upto all of us to start a process.
    4.The responsibility can be either delegated to Information officer/Web Information office...if needed be...

    Please see the benefits out of the system:

    1. You save paper and trees and even save ribbon...by not printing and not using paper.
    2.It will be the most fast system of delivery.
    3.It has a self generated receipt.No one can deny the non receipt .
    4.It will save alot of time on recording,searching and reply for the department as most of RTI are asking almost same questions.tracking is easy and can be handled with ease.
    5.The fee thus can also be reduced.
    6.Indexing is also possible in connection to mutliplicity of enquiry of the same RTI,the threads of RTI can also be retrieved easily in the same format.
    7.It will promote transparency for the general public.
    8.The data can also be generated as to how much RTI Received in a period,how many answered,how many pending,how many disputed and went to higher level of commision.

    Inference:,most of the departments have gone on the net,NIC is doing a fine job in integrating all these departments.Why cant the Govt take initiative on this.

    Guidance from Seniors on the forum: IS THERE A provision presently in the law for E-RTI's/


    Regards

    Arun Gumber


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    Re: E-Filing of RTI application


    Arun, please be guided by the earlier discussions here.
    Defeat is not final when you fall down. It is final when you refuse to get up.

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    Re: E-Filing of RTI application


    Dear Ganpati 1956,

    Thanks for your Guidance,You are correct to mention with your remarks,It is helpful.

    Regards

    Arun Gumber

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    Re: E-Filing of RTI application



    friends .
    why wait for online system to start???
    pick up pen ( or printer ) write application and speed post it .
    use the weapon which is available . do not wait for arrival of better weapons.
    LAGE RAHO RTI KE SAATH

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    Re: E-Filing of RTI application


    Khan Saheb,

    It is agreed. The PEN is mightier than all other past, present and future weapons.

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    Re: E-Filing of RTI application


    Quote Originally Posted by nukebomb View Post
    friends .
    why wait for online system to start???
    pick up pen ( or printer ) write application and speed post it .
    use the weapon which is available . do not wait for arrival of better weapons.
    I don't see Mr. Arun suggesting anywhere in his post that we should stop filing RTI applications until sending by e-mail is accepted.

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    Re: E-Filing of RTI application


    Dear Sandeep Baheti Ji,

    I confirm your remarks....File as much RTI's till the evil of corruption is uprooted from our country and transparency starts to emerge for our children.

    I do not even mind....if Govt. does not allow E-filing of RTI's.If they allow however,it might be sooner before a common man can have a sigh of Relief.

    Wishing you all the best and keep helping people with your valuable suggestions.

    With warm Regards

    Arun Gumber

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    Is it possible to send RTI appeal by email? If answer is yes than what is email address of RTI office in Jaipur. They has their mailing address but no Phone or Fax numbers of email address.



    Dr S Deman

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