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RTI Against High Court Clerk Recuitment

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deepaksharma19

Hello,

I have given the High Court Recruitment Clerk Exam, Pre & Mains have been cleared by me, but they have failed me in the Typing Test, which i can believe and unfortunate. My Query is that, if PIO refused to give me my type test copy, what should be my next step for the same. Whom should i approach as i have to file the case against the High Court Officials.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

You have to file First Appeal to the FAA within time limit of 30 days under RTI Act.

 

 

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deepaksharma19

Dear Sir,

Please tell me, the result is out by Punjab & Haryana High Court, Can we challenge the result of High Court or the High Courts have the Immunity from RTI Act.

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karira

If PIO refused you the information you sought, then file a first appeal.

If not satisfied with the order of the first appellate authority, you can file a second appeal.

 

Challenging the result in the High Court is a entirely different matter - nothing to do with RTI.

 

RTI will only help you in getting documents and records - which you can then use in the case in the High Court.

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jps50

What is the reason given by PIO. He should give one of the reasons mentioned in section 8.1 with justification for that reason. You may also refer Courts RTI Rules and Fees - Guide for filing first appeal. You have 30 days time to file first appeal from the date of receipt of PIO decision by you.

 

Following links will also be useful to you for future:

 

Bank recruitment:

http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/jps50/2593-rti-bank-recruitments.html

 

Recruitment:

http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/jps50/1770-details-recruitment-through-rti-act-2005.html

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