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RTI – A Fundamental Right : Naveen Agrawal One Day Workshop on RTI by Regional Labour Institute, Government of Maharashtra Nagpur. “Constitution of India, under its Article 19 (1) has entitled the Right to freedom of Speech and Expression as fundamental right, but if people do not have access to information, they cannot express their opinion. Hence Right to Information is at the core of the Right to Speech and Expression. This has been expressed time and again in the decisions given by the honorable Supreme Court”, said Mr. Naveen Maheshkumar Agrawal, Registrar, Dada Ramchand Bakhru Sindhu Mahavidyalaya, Nagpur and Guest Faculty, Right to Information Centre, YASHADA Pune while speaking to students in a one day workshop organized by Regional Labour Institute, Government of Maharashtra. Prof. Shri Prakash Nimje, Course Coordinator Regional Labour Institute has emphasized the need to make people aware about Right to Information. The workshop organized for the students of Master of Labour Studies was inaugurated at the hands of Prof. Shri Prakash Nimje , Chairman of the programme, Chief Guest Mr. Naveen Agrawal and a special Guest Neha Gaikwad. The workshop dealt in details about how RTI can be used for benefits of people and what information can be or cannot be given under this act. Ms. Tanvi Deshpande, Sharmila Kuntiya, Tushar Jaitgude, Krushnakant Mishra, Rakshit Bansod, Swapnil Patil, Sandip Mane, Mugdha Deshpande, Vinay Sawarkar, Snehal Palandurkar, Sukanya Dorle, Radhika Joshi, Snehal Nakhate and Pranjal Manwatkar worked hard for the success of the workshop. Ms. Sonali Bhagat conducted the programme while Mr. Siddarth Meshram proposed the vote of thanks.
Agrawal Naveen posted a blog entry in RTI InternationalOn International Right to Information Day Copies of Guide Book on The RTI Act Sent to 1500 People Naveen Agrawals novel effort to create Public Awareness Mr. Naveen Maheshkumar Agrawal, Registrar, Dada Ramchand Bakhru Sindhu Mahavidyalaya, Nagpur has made a very novel effort to bring about the awareness about RTI Act 2005 in public by sending Guide Book on the RTI Act to 1500 different people from various walks of life on the International Right To Information Day and has created a history. The Book has been prepared by YASHADA, Pune and it contains 466 pages highlighting the contents of the act in a very lucid language. Naveen Agrawal has sent the soft copy of the same to 1500 people and greeted them on the International RTI Day. The Guide Book also contains some of the important Court Decisions, Government Resolutions and Model Correspondence in regard to RTI cases. Naveen Agrawal, who is an RTI trainer identified by YASHADA, Pune and various government and non government organisations has created a record in 2017 by sending application under RTI Act seeking information from 101 organisation and in 2018 by sending the Copies of RTI Act to 1000 people with a view to creating awareness about the RTI Act and its provisions. On the invitation of YASHADA, Pune which is the Apex body set up of Government of Maharashtra for imparting training to state level officers, Mr. Naveen Agrawal has so far imparted training to more than 1000 government and semi government officers in the RTI Act. Dr. S.V. Kasbekar, Officiating Principal, Dr. S.V. Tewani, Dr. A.G. Thadani, R.R. Shimpi, Vice Principals, Raju Gehani, Shyam Shende, Milind Ambade, Dinesh Gupta, Ram Tejwani, Rajesh Tharwani, Shailendra Hanwate, Mulchand Mohadikar, Mahesh Asudani, Jai Keswani, Ashok Sharma, Dipak Pardesi, Kapil Kukreja, Vicky Datre, Anil Madke, Jyoti Jeswani, Jamuna Hirani, Poonam Sadnani, Devi Methwani, Jaya Hingorani, Megha Korde & Sarika Narayani congratulated Mr. Naveen Agrawal for his grand efforts in this direction.
Agrawal Naveen posted a blog entry in Naveen AgrawalNagpur. 28th September is observed as International Right to Information Day across the world. Mr. Naveen Maheshkumar Agrawal, Registrar, Dada Ramchand Bakhru Sindhu Mahavidyalaya, with a view to creating awareness about the Right to Information Act, 2005 in society sent the soft copies of the RTI Act to 1000 people on International Right to Information Day. It was indeed a novel way on his part to spread awareness about the Act. The copies of the Act were sent in English, Hindi and Marathi languages. Introducing transparency in the government work is the main purpose of this Act. But even to the lack of awareness in information seeker and information provider, the effective implementation of the said act is badly affected. In 2017 also Mr. Naveen Agrawal had sent 101 applications under RTI Act 2005 to different public authorities seeking information on different issues on International Day of Right to Information with the purpose of creating awareness about the Act. On the invitation of YASHADA, Pune which is the Apex body set up for imparting training to state level officers, Mr. Naveen Agrawal has so far imparted training to more than 500 government and semi government officers in the RTI Act.