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Is Attendance record under RTI ?

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does the attendance record of any govt employee comes under rti?

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MANOJ B. PATEL

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Yes, it is covered under RTI.

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colnrkurup

In the case of attendance register, I recommend inspection of the attendance register using RTI, note down the specific pages of the Register of your requirement and subsequently ask for certified copies of those pages. In such cases if the PIO get any scent of your suspecting any fowl-play in the Register, you might even find that page missing when you seek their copy. In case of very critical pages, I suggest you carry a camera and take photo of that particular page as a safety.

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