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What's the address of RTI Public Information Officer of RBI?

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sidmis

Plz visit this page. It gives you complete details regarding RTI in RBI.

 

Reserve Bank of India

 

 

Sl.No.

 

Designation

 

Name and address

 

Telephone number

 

FAX number

 

1

 

Central Public Information Officer (CPIO) E-Mail

 

Shri V.S.Das

Executive Director

Reserve Bank of India

Central Office Building

17th Floor

Shahid Bhagat Singh Road

Mumbai – 400 001

 

022-2262 1382

 

022 – 2267 9095

 

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Alternate CPIO

 

Shri H.R.Khan

Executive Director,

Reserve Bank of India

Central Office Building ,

17th Floor

Shahid Bhagat Singh Road

Mumbai – 400 001

 

022-22632591

 

022-22664402

 

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karira

Ikramulla,

 

 

 

Central Public Information Officer (CPIO)

 

Shri V.S.Das

Executive Director

Reserve Bank of India

Central Office Building

17th Floor

Shahid Bhagat Singh Road

Mumbai – 400 001

022-2262 1382

022 – 2267 9095

 

Alternate CPIO

 

Shri H.R.Khan

Executive Director,

Reserve Bank of India

Central Office Building ,

17th Floor

Shahid Bhagat Singh Road

Mumbai – 400 001

022-22632591

022-22664402

 

Please do not address the application by the CPIO's name (he might just get transferred or retired, etc.). Just say CPIO, Reserve.......

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drpsvaidya

Dear Sir,

I want to ask a query under RTI to RBI , kindly let me know that can the payment of application fee be made by Postal order if yes then what name i should put to deliver it to??

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ambrish.p

Dear Prasad

 

RTI application with Central Public Information Officer (CPIO or PIO) of RBI Reserve Bank of India).

 

RTI application fee of Rs.10/- payable by demand draft or bankers’ cheque favouring Reserve Bank of India. Yes u can pay the RTI fee by IPO. IPO is valid mode of payment of RTI fee for PA s under Central Govt.. Please see:

RTI Rules, Fees for Centre and Useful Info about CIC - RTI Guide

 

For detailed information on how to draft & file an RTI application, please see the "All About RTI" links on the homepage & RTI Guide section of the portal.

 

AND

 

How to make RTI application effective (by JPS Sir) : http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/jps50/93-how-make-rti-application-effective.html

 

If you have any further doubts, please post them here and our members will be pleased to guide you further.

 

regards

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how to file a RTI application with the PIO of RBI

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ambrish.p

Dear Member

 

Please refer post # 5 (just above your post).

 

regards

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Ketan Modi

Dr. Vaidya,

Since you are a Mumbaikar I would suggest that instead of sending the application by RPAD and paying fees by enclosing IPO, you better visit the RBI and pay cash or issue a locally payable cheque. Even if you are paying by IPO leave the payee's name blank but just put your name and address in the column meant for payer. Happy information seeking.

Ketan Modi

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jps50

Please visit:

 

Central Govt. application:

http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/jps50/19-rti-application-central-govt-info.html

 

Make effective:

http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/blogs/jps50/93-how-make-rti-application-effective.html

 

Central Public Information Officer,

Reserve Bank of India,

Right to Information Act Division,

Department of Administration and Personnel Management,

Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg, Mumbai-400 001.

cpiorbi@rbi.org.in or apiorbi@rbi.org.in

 

Shri V. S. Das is FAA.

 

Postal order of Rs.10 should be in favour of "ACCOUNTS OFFICER, RESERVE BANK OF INDIA" and payable at Mumbai GPO.

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karira
you better visit the RBI and pay cash or issue a locally payable cheque.

 

Cheques are not a accepted mode of payment of RTI application fees.

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