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I was trying (unsuccessfully) to get my bank - State Bank of Mysore - to implement sec 4 of the RTI Act. I gave up after a DO in the CIC (instead of a Commissioner himself) responded to my Complaint with the following letter: http://dsscic.nic.in/cause-list-report-web/download?filename=MjAxNy0wNS0wNi0xMTIxMTIxMDAwMi5wZGY%3D Recently six State Banks were merged with SBI and I decided to have a look at the Sec 4 disclosure of Indias largest Bank (owned by you and me !). Have a look at their website's RTI page: https://www.sbi.co.in/portal/web/corporate-governance/right-to-information-act-2005 Have a hearty laugh.
Govt. has asked the IOA and the NSFs to place Sec 4(1)(b) information on their websites Government has declared all National Sports Federations (NSFs) receiving grant of Rs.10 lakh or more in a year as Public Authorities under Section 2(h) of the Right to Information (RTI), Act 2005. Further, as per the provisions under Section 4(2) of the RTI Act, 2005 it has been made incumbent upon all the public authorities to suo-moto disclose information on the various activities carried out by them. This is the requirement of good governance and transparency in sports bodies. In view of the above, the Govt. has asked the IOA and the NSFs to place the following information on their website latest by 20-08-2014:- (i) Complete details of officials who were sent to CWG by IOA/NSFs along with the amount paid such as air fare, boarding and lodging, local transportation, daily allowance etc. (ii) List of players(alongwith support personnel) who actually participated in Commonwealth Games. Further, the IOA and NSFs have been asked to place the following information on their website with regard to all international events to be held in India and abroad:- (i)List of core probables and basis of their selection. (i) Details of coaching camps organized including venues, dates and list of participants. (ii) Notification of selection criteria for such events well in advance along with the details of time and venue for selection. (iii) List of the athletes selected. (iv) Details of athletes, support personnel and other officials sent to the event along with the amount paid to them towards air fare, boarding and lodging, local transportation, daily allowance etc. This is required to be placed on the website within 15 days of the conclusion of the event. (v) Performance criteria which formed the basis of selection, actual performance in terms of timing, distance, etc. and the position obtained by each athlete/team. Read More: Press Information Bureau English Releases
Section 4 of the RTI Act says that every public authority shall maintain all its records duly catalogued and indexed and ensure that they get computerized so that all important details related to these public authorities get published within 120 days of enactment of this Act. However, a study conducted by RTI activists Amitabh Thakur and Nutan Thakur.reveals that ground realities of Uttar Pradesh government are contrary to the mandate. Read details: UP government's RTI record miserable: Study - The Times of India