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Alina

Hello all,

I am interested in persuing PhD and in this regard called a university to ask whether a said university is recognized by that university or not. They told me to make an application to Equivalence committee and pay Rs 10,000 as fees. Just to know whether a universities PhD is valid or not a citizen need to pay Rs 10,000?.

I would like to file an RTI and need to know following information.

1) when such a decision is taken by this university as to collect Rs 10,000 ?

2) In which meeting this decision is made?

3) who are all the members present in that meeting?

4) are there any public representative in that meeting?

5) what are the minutes of the meeting?give me a copy of that.

6) If no meeting is held then how the decision is taken?

7) I want the rule which support this.

8) If a citizen wants to know just whether a university recognizes PhD from xxx university, he need to pay Rs 10,000?

9) why don't the said university will publish the recognized university list in its website (which will be helpful to all)?

 

 

I need your help in framing these questions in effective way.

please help me at the earliest

thanking you for the interest shown

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aslamkhan

make RTI application to UGC & asked them to provide the certified copy of approval given to XXX university's to conduct PhD course.

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ambrish.p

Dear Member

 

RTI application with PIO of UGC and as per center RTI rules. For RTI rules &other details: Guide

ALso refer:

HOW TO LOCATE A PIO UNDER RTI ACT 2005 - RTI Guide

How to submit a RTI Application - RTI Guide

 

FOR help in framing technically correct RTI application (read the attachment/s in the post), please read: http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/91413-rti-help-all-hospital-bill-mrs-sonia-gandhi-when-she-hospitable-america-total-exp.html#post224551

 

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Alina

Hi all,

I really wonder that there is nobody in this forum who can help me in framing the questions. recently when I sent the same RTI which is mentioned above you know what answer I got????

"There is no provision to reply for questions/queries."

 

My badluck is ...even though there are so many experts are here...with LOT OF ACHIVEMENTS..they are not ready to help.

Look carefully to VTU...it is fully corrupt..no hopes at all.

thanks

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ranjan1

Every effort has been done by forum members to provide you all necessary information

you being Pre-Phd sounds good knowledge to frame questions with all necessary help available in files.

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1) when such a decision is taken by this university as to collect Rs 10,000 ?

2) In which meeting this decision is made?

3) who are all the members present in that meeting?

4) are there any public representative in that meeting?

5) what are the minutes of the meeting?give me a copy of that.

6) If no meeting is held then how the decision is taken?

7) I want the rule which support this.

8) If a citizen wants to know just whether a university recognizes PhD from xxx university, he need to pay Rs 10,000?

9) why don't the said university will publish the recognized university list in its website (which will be helpful to all)?

 

 

Ask for:

 

1. Certified copies of Rules, Regulations, Policies, Circulars or any other record which allows the University to charge Rs 10,000 for getting a decision of the equivalence committee.... (Just frame it properly...you know the exact technical words)

 

2. If the decision to charge Rs 10,000 was made in any meeting, please provide me a certified copy of the Minutes of the Meeting along with a list of participants

 

3. Please provide certified copies of any instructions, rules or regulations by which any competent authority has authorised the University to charge Rs 10,000 for......................

 

4. Please provide me a certified copy any document or record which shows that the PhD awarded by your University's is approved by.................................

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Hello all,

I am interested in persuing PhD and in this regard called a university to ask whether a said university is recognized by that university or not. They told me to make an application to Equivalence committee and pay Rs 10,000 as fees. Just to know whether a universities PhD is valid or not a citizen need to pay Rs 10,000?.

I would like to file an RTI and need to know following information.

1) when such a decision is taken by this university as to collect Rs 10,000 ?

2) In which meeting this decision is made?

3) who are all the members present in that meeting?

4) are there any public representative in that meeting?

5) what are the minutes of the meeting?give me a copy of that.

6) If no meeting is held then how the decision is taken?

7) I want the rule which support this.

8) If a citizen wants to know just whether a university recognizes PhD from xxx university, he need to pay Rs 10,000?

9) why don't the said university will publish the recognized university list in its website (which will be helpful to all)?

 

 

I need your help in framing these questions in effective way.

please help me at the earliest

thanking you for the interest shown

 

You can make them red by asking just one thing...

 

Just ask for Names of universities who's Ph.d is recognized ( NOT Recognized ) by "this university" ( Replace this with the university name from which you seek information ).

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