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Complaint against: State Bank Of India ATM Watchman In Jamshedpur

Misbehaviour of SBI Atm watchman Mr. Salim khanSubmitted by: Mrs Uzma Khatoon W/O Dr. M. FaiyazuddinComplaint against: State Bank Of India ATM Watchman In Jamshedpur Amount loss/claim: Rs. 0 Topics: SBI SBI ATM Support Mrs Uzma Khatoon Click: I tried to withdraw rs20000/- From the said atm on 06.06.2011 at 9.15pm but I got only rs 10500/- And the rest amount went back into the machine.The watchman on duty mr.Salim khan told me that he would report the matter to the bank officials and inform

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Proposed Amendmet to RTI Rules

On 09 07 2009 I wrote a blog entitled RTI Requires Amendment. I was very much hopeful that the Act will be amended to make it user friendly and bring more transparency in the system. But after one and a half years the proposed amendment has come to us in the most unfortunate manner.If amended in the proposed manner, it will be as good as keeping it into dustbin. Morning shows the day. The disappointment it has generated among the RTI users/Activists is matter of grave concern for the nation whic

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

RTI - Right Thinking Indians

Thinking in a right direction and then putting it to action should be the soul objective of mankind. RTI is for both--those who seek information as a right and those who provide it in its right perspective. I am quite confident that RTI will enable us mature, sincere, devoted and Right Thinking Indians. Undoubtedly, there are hazardous ways to achieve the desired goal but the emergence of Right Thinking Indians as we witness upon this portal is so rapid that future India looks bright and extreme

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

School Education

Guiding formally the youngsters in a certain direction through teachers with a view to helping them learn is the sole objective of any school. Hence school, teachers and learning are in a way synonymous. The objective behind school is, therefore, to promote learning abilities among students instead of educating them only. Education is the higher form of learning; it’s an enlightening experience; it is to give intellectual, moral and social instruction; it is to train the brain and makes it aloft

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

License for Using RTI ?

To deposit a sum of Rs 10/- as RTI fees is troublesome. If it is so necessary, an applicant shouild be able to pay it through Bank Debit Card so that on line RTI application can be filed. Today everybody has an ATM Card. It will save the time and money of speed post as well.   Or, the fees should go to one common account in India. The govt. can issue a license to use RTI for one or two years after taking a reasonable fees as is done by Railways from daily passengers. If it so happens, RTI user

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

RS 25000/ fine under RTI is very low.

The maximum fine under RTI is Rs 25000/ which is an average salary of a UDC. This amount is so low that a PIO easily agrees to take risk and deny information. The fixed amount in this age meaningless. My suggestion in this regard is that one month salary or 25 days salary of a PIO should be taken, if fined by the CIC or SIC. In this way the amount of fine will be automatically raised with the enhancement in salary. If a PIO gets Rs 50000/ pm salary, he can take risk of Rs 25000/ but when he come

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Past Criminals have become Builders

I would like to share my experiences about the builders in India. I have observed that the people of criminal background have become big builders in India. The business of Real State suits to their profession. After attaining an age when criminal activity is directly not possible, they shift to build apartments and flats. Our system is so conducive for them that they earn a big fortune here and innocent citizens become victims of these builders. These builders snatch away the life long savings o

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Terror of RTI

RTI has empowered common to question those officers who were earlier inaccessible to common man. There is no faer of earning the wrath of an officer. I asked a rude Principal of a govt. school about the facility provided to the students of the school. The school was running from 8.00 am to 3.00pm. The Principal himself was found counting the number of fans in each class rooms. The timing was changed from 8.00am to 1.45pm as soon as my application reached. Despite less punishment by the CIC terro

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Favourite Section of RTI Portal

Dear friends,   One of my very learned friends suggested me to express my views on each and every section of this portal. I generally do it but the area which requires more attention is sometimes under my preference. I thought again and again to this suggestion. Do you consider it a worthy idea? It is like tasting all the menu instead of eating the favourite one.   Thanks for your response.

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

RTI after four years

Four year old journey of RTI is considerable. Undoubtedly the Act has a vast scope and better than several other equal acts of the world but has it succeeded completely in checking corruption in govt. sector ? Did it achieve its desired target? It is futile to expect that the act will make the country corruption free overnight. In a country which has about 25% population under BPL category and a large number of people centered to their own livelihood who will effectively use rti ? On the other

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

RTI Act Requires Amendments

It is now time to bring necessary amendments in RTI Act 2005.I would suggest the following:Please consider. i) Fees should be scrapped or be allowed to pay by postal stamps.   ii) Strict action against PIOs for not providing information within time limit or providing inaccurate/incomplete/distorted or misleading information.   iii) A lot of expenses on post and other materials are borne by the RTI users. There should be a provision of compensation if the PIO/FAA does not respond properly.

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Condition of Jharkhand

I wanted to send an application under RTI to the Chief Secretary of Jharkhand but I did not know his PIO. Therefore I called the secretary of the Chief Secretary of Jharkhand and asked the name PIO. He replied to contact the Home Secretary. I called the Home Secretary and asked the same question but he replied to contact the Under Secretary. I called the Under Secretary and asked the same question. The Under Secretary told me to contact the lower level officers. Thus the whole exercise ended wit

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

RTI Against Police ?

Dear Members, I am sorry to write that people are scared of using RTI against policemen due to possible harrassment by them thereafter. A lot of irregularities can be found in the police department but it goes unchecked. In the next ammendment to this act, such provisions must be evolved to prevent fear in the minds of the people in using RTI against police department. Thanks

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

RTI Programme?

I want to attend any such programme which discusses RTI at length and enable me to use and help others in using RTI. If any member has any informaion in this regard, it is always welcome.   Thanks.

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

RTI fees a Hinderance

A token fee of Rs 10/ as RTI fees causes a lot of inconviences to RTI users. In fact it mars the charm of RTI in the sense that shrewd PIOs take chance to return the application by saying to change the name accout officers as their department has no such post. RTI users feel cheated. I have come to know that this fees is going to be scrapped in the coming ammendment to this act. But the sooner, the better.   Thanks

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Special Facility for Women RTI Users.

Wemen get special concession in Income Tax and other areas of government. Sometimes jobs/seats are reserved for women in different departments of the govt. In the same way, special facility or provisions be made for women RTI users so that their share in this particular field can be increased. Speedy trail for the cases of women applicants be made and RTI fees should be abolished for them.   I would like to seek the opinions of our esteemed members in this regard also. Thanks.   Dr. M. Fai

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Contribute to RTI

The success of RTI depends upon the dedicated citizens of the nation like Dr. pathak. Let us take a vow to have the same kind of dream as Dr. Kushal has.Only then we can think to reform India to the desired level. Our little contribution in the field of RTI can work wonders. We should use RTI and help fellow citizens to make maximum use of it. Thanks.

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Qualification for PIOs ?

Any guideline or specific qualification has not been fixed for the appointment of PIOs resulting in several inefficient PIOs public has to come across daily and face undue problems. sometimes RTI users feel cheated and embarrassed due the humiliation he suffers after using RTI. Our govt. must think in this direction also.

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Qualification for PIOs ?

Any guideline or specific qualification has not been fixed for the appointment of PIOs resulting in several inefficient PIOs public has to come across daily and face undue problems. sometimes RTI users feel cheated and embarrassed due the humiliation he suffers after using RTI. Our govt. must think in this direction also.

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Popularity of RTI

The popularity of RTI can be rated by the fact that no other law in the country is as widely discussed as RTI. The laws relating to terrorism is more important but RTI overshadows this also. RTI has involved very common citizen regardless of his or her education. Hence, I expect the govt. of India to make the use of this law more easier and its disposal amazingly fast so that Indians feel proud to have this law.

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Disposal of RTI cases, how fast ?

The disposal of cases under RTI by the PIOs and the manner in which they are disposed off need proper evaluation by the govt. in order to monitor the success rate of this act. Most people do not use RTI simply because PIOs do not respond properly and follow up action is time taking and trouble some. A long que of cases can be seen pending for decision before the CIC or SICs of the states. Speedy disposal of RTI cases is required if this law is to achieve success in India. Thanks.

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Meaningful Education Required

Education can never be useful unless it is cultivated by high moral values. We educate our children to focus the monetary gains in future and in between the lesson of learning moral values lag far behind. The result : educated people are adept in corrupt malpractices at various levels of their respective capacity. These educated persons are no less harmful to our society than the uneducated gentry who is an easy prey to misguidance.

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Expansion of CIC/SIC

Dear friends, It is indeed a matter of concern for all that CIC/SIC takes years in the disposal of a case. Of corse, the CIC/SIC is heavenly burdened with a lot of complaints/Appeals but the delayed system of justice will loose its charm in due course of time. The CIC/SIC should be expanded by the govt. for the speedy disposal of cases. I can only hope that if any member of CIC/SIC or any authority of the govt. go through this blog, they can convey the feelings of the common man to the competen

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

Method of buying Time by PIO.

I narrate before you a very interesting situation with regard to my RTI application. I sought some information under RTI from a PIO but he did not reply even after the expiry of 45 days. I sent him a reminder. Then he sent his reply stating that the postman did not find my address and reported that no one lived at the address written by me. I again sent him a letter stating that if no one lived at the address written by me, then why did he intimate this information at the same address? This is h

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Dr. M. Faiyazuddin

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