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v9dbansal posted a question in Ask for RTI SupportR/Members Kindly provide me copy of order/circular of ministry of dopt regarding RTI logo outside all the RTI Cells of departments
PIB press release on 28 October 2010 The Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Shri Prithviraj Chavan launched the Logo on RTI and the RTI portal today in the presence of Shri. A N. Tiwari, Chief Information Commission and Shri. Shantanu Consul, Secretary, DoPT. It is a simple and iconic logo depicting a sheet of paper with information on it, and the public authority – providing the information. This represents people’s empowerment through transfer and accountability in Governance. The logo’s shape and structure make it easy to remember, recall and replicate with minimal distortion. In the last five years the RTI regime has heralded a regime of transparency and accountability and strengthened the democratic structure of the country. Success stories of citizens using the RTI Act abound. The Act has achieved great success in empowering the citizens of India. However it was felt that the core values of the RTI regime – Empowerment, Transparency and Accountability- need to be given a shape in the form of a logo. The logo would be displayed at all public authorities and will be used in various communications related to RTI. The Right to Information Portal – A Gateway on RTI – was also formally launched on this occasion. The portal is one stop knowledge bank for information seekers, information providers, trainers, Information Commissions, students and academicians. It provides for a digital library, discussion fora, e- newsletter and a blog. Latest judgments of the High Courts and Information Commissions; reports, articles, guides, manuals, handbooks for various stakeholders; online certificate course are also available on this portal. There is facility for stakeholders to interact through dedicated and open discussion forum and register as resource persons. The web URL for the Portal is www.rtigateway.org.in. Click here to see Logo
After Indian Rupee Symbol Another RTI Activist Files RTI To ‘Expose’ Design Selection Process Of RTI Logo !
info.master posted a topic in RTI in MediaEarlier with the help of RTI we had "Exposed" corruption in selection process of New Indian Rupee Symbol Design andcontinue fighting for justice .. In another incident which many of you even aware of that Gov. of India had finalized the New RTI Logo Design.... A logo for the Right to Information (RTI) Act, designed by a faculty of the National Institute of Design (NID), created quite a buzz in Ahmedabad on last Wednesday. On learning about the development through media, city-based social activist Vinod Pandya filed an RTI application on Wednesday, seeking clarity on why the project of designing the logo was assigned only to one individual or institute and not thrown open to public competition, like in the case of the rupee symbol. (He is not aware how Babu's had handled the rupee competition ) “The RTI Act has been introduced to empower the public. But, ironically, the opinion of the masses was not sought while creating the logo,” said Pandya, who has also won the 2010 RTI award. “A competition open to public would have been the most appropriate way to go about it. more