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maan patel

Privet school RTI ACT & RTE ACT..

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maan patel

Hello Friends.... kya me jan sakta hu ki private school RTI & RTE 2009 ACT under ( for Gujarat ) aate he ya nahi agaar aate to Kya vo information dene ke liye mana kar sakte he ya nahi..RTI karne ke liye muje kya karna chahiye aur plz tell me most powerful 5 To 10 Questions related to Privet school...

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RAVEENA_O

Private schools are not under the ambit of RTI Act, unless they are substantially financed by the Appropriate Government. ( Financing by any public authority cannot be construed as substantial financing by appropriate Govenment.). You cannot therefore file RTI application and seek information from such private schools.

 

However, you can file RTI Application with the PIO of District Education Officer (or any equivalent officer of the District) and seek the information held by and under the control of DEO under the regulatory norms. Disclosure of such information by PIO of DEO shall be subject to the exemptions under section-8 of RTI Act.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member, moreover, kindly refer to following link for guidance in drafting good RTI application.

 

GOOD RTI DRAFTING

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koteswararaonerella

RTI is right to information act and

RTE is right to education. and both are different.

aajkal private schools sarkar ki aid ke bina chal rahe hai isliye udhar RTI kaam nahi karthe.

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D.T.RATHAVA

hon /sir madam

please remove confusion variation of ruling

 

Ruling that private educational institutions -- whether government funded or not -

 

Pvt schools come under RTI too, rules CIC TNN | Aug 5, 2010, 02.00AM IST

NEW DELHI: Ruling that private educational institutions -- whether government funded or not -- could not be run on the whims and fancies of private bodies, the Central Information Commission recently said issues related to their management and regulation came under the ambit of the Right to Information Act.

 

A full bench of the CIC said in its order, "The issues relating to management and regulation of schools responsible for promotion of education are so important for development that it cannot be left at whims and caprices of private bodies, whether funded or not by the government."

 

The commission added that records should be made available to the state government's education department, in this case Delhi government's directorate of education, and in case the school fails to comply, proceedings to de-recognise it must be initiated.

 

Pvt schools come under RTI too, rules CIC - The Times of India

 

Private schools under RTI ambit: Education department

 

Law-in-Perspective: Information of private schools available under RTI: CIC

 

The CIC clarified that though the school was a private entity but it was governed by the Delhi education rules and also by the cooperative societies act 1973 that enables a citizen to seek information pertaining to private entities therefore one can seek information from the Public authorities about the private schools relating to admission and appointment of qualified teachers for the successful implementation of chidrens’ Right to Education Act. 2009..

 

It has paved the way for people to seek information about the admissions of their kids..

 

In a stunning decision the CIC ruled in that even pvt. schools come under RTI ambit | File RTI Online-Blog

 

http://www.rti.india.gov.in/cic_decisions/CIC_AD_A_2013_000658-SA_M_132612.pdf

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear Rathava sir,

 

News published in news paper are not valid and admissible unless it is proved by the concerned reporter says Court.

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D.T.RATHAVA
Dear Rathava sir,

 

News published in news paper are not valid and admissible unless it is proved by the concerned reporter says Court.

 

R/SIR

i find decision thane after upload it

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Prasad GLN

As far as public interest is concerned with administrative controls also, this information can be obtained from DEO or other higher bodies.

Now a days, unless they receive grants, most of educational institutions can not run only on school fees alone.

Some states passed have rules on affiliation, attendance, donations, procedures, malpractices.

It depends on information sought.

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koteswararaonerella

The THUMB RULE is that any school receiving AID or GRANTS-IN-AID though private can be classified as PA and rest of the schools will not come under RTI

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