We would be happy to port your translated tamil version of RTI Act at our sister website here: https://www.rtiindia.info
Thanks for your interest and comments.I partially agree with you.
Since I am also an IT consultant and most of our members are from IT, the true feeling of the IT crowd is that they are willing to help people by money , material or by intellect.
Since the IT is too much seperated from the orginal world, a feeling of left out or meaninglessness is very high which is why such activities attract them most than others.
We are focusing IT crowd to educate on RTI and create contributor.
I totally agree that RTI has to reach the Indian home crying out for basic necessities & social justice.Our model is attract good professionals, use them to empower students and reach the society through students.
Any of your suggestions will be greatly valid.
Please advise on your interest towards RTI , your volunteership and the city you are located.We might need some help from you as well
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It would be premature on my part to offer you any suggestions at the moment as I am relatively new to the whole concept.
At present, I have taken up the cause of employees getting exploited in the private health care sector. The inhuman conditions, lack of bare minimum social security like Gratuity, Bonus / Ex-gratia and even the violations of Minimum Wages Act. I didn't expect any arousing response from the people I know and hence I am not unduly perturbed about the response I have received so far.
I am trying to use RTI as a tool to bring out the facts and figures so that I have some sound inputs to decide my future course of action. I am in Chennai and currently collecting data about private health care centres throughout TN.
I am willing to be of any assistance to anyone in whatever ways possible. No strings attached.