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As per below mentioned link I would like to know certain details from service book of engineer MSEB. Further I had read that acts or records of public officials are public documents under section 74 of The Evidence Act.

 

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As per below mentioned link I would like to know certain details from service book of engineer MSEB. Further I had read that acts or records of public officials are public documents under section 74 of The Evidence Act.

 

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CIC: Public can access govt employee’s service book | India News - Times of India

 

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The service book of any employee is personal information exempt under Sec. 8 (1) (j) of RTI Act.

Unless you can establish larger public interest, you can never get a word in that record under RTI.

Just search in google with key words: Supreme Court Judgment Girish Deshpande

You can get entire essence of such information on seeking employee's records.

ACTs and records of Public Officials are Public Documents under Sec.74 of IEA. No doubt or second opinion.

Even public documents must be obtained in the form of certified copy.

Maintaining a Public record is different, getting that record as a copy is different.

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