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[h=1]CIC awards Rs 70,000 compensation to student[/h] The Central Information Commission has awarded Rs 70,000 compensation to a student who could not avail a scholarship as the information regarding the documents required for the same was allegedly not furnished in time by the Education Department of Delhi government. Taking a stern view of the matter, Information Commissioner Sridhar Acharyulu also issued a show-cause notice to the Central Public Information Officer in the said department asking why the maximum penalty should not be imposed on him for failing to furnish timely information to the student. The case pertains to one Raj Kumar, a student of Guru Ramdas College of Education, who had submitted to CIC that he belonged to the BPL category and required a scholarship to complete his B.Ed qualification. Kumar said that he had applied for a scholarship to the Education Department for the academic year 2012-13 and was informed that his form was in the select list while a number, 2191', too, was given to him. But he did not get the scholarship. He sought information through an RTI application in 2013 on the action taken on his application for the scholarship, but there was no response within the 30 days designated for the same. Later, he was informed that he had not attached some marksheets, which was wrong, as Kumar was able to find through RTI responses provided after the deadline for the scholarship was over. "The appellant, who is a poor man trying to complete his B.Ed with some financial support, was deprived of scholarship on the false ground that he had not enclosed the document of Matriculation certificate, which the appellant proved wrong," Acharyulu pointed out in his order. "When the Commission queried the respondent officer whether he had intimated the said deficiency to the appellant, so that he would have fulfilled the same, the officer Ganeshan... Admitted that they did not intimate the same to him in time," he added. Acharyulu said there was a delay in furnishing the required information as the reply sought by the appellant was furnished to him after the statutory period of 30 days. "The Commission considers it to be a fit case to award compensation to the appellant and hence directs the Public Authority Under Sec 19(8)(b) of RTI Act to pay compensation of Rs.70,000 within one month from the date of receipt of this order," he said. Read More: CIC awards Rs 70,000 compensation to student | Business Standard News
Hello, sir actually am a dropped out student of ssit college hyderabad it was the college of our town mla. He just gave a free seat but compelled me to pay fees later am not in a situation to pay so later i discontinued becoz lack of money to pay the fees since 3 years am running for ma clge but they are not giving cetificates back pls help me out
Dear Sir, I was a student of B-Tech from UPTU in the session 2004-2008. But i was having a back paper in 4th semester which i along with my 3 more friends were not able to clear till the session last ie 2008. My two of the batch-mates passed the subject in 2009 which is one year after regular session ends. I along with my one batch-mate passed in 2010 which is two years after the regular session. The two batchmates got the degree written passed in 2008, though they have cleared in 2009. I along with my one batchmate got degree of 2010, which should be of 2008. This for your notice that the name of university changed to GBTU from UPTU in 2010, so was this happened due to name change as earlier also student who have back paper got the degree of regular session. Do the rules of UPTU change on candidate basis or they are set in the first year itself and are not changed throughout the session. It seems that we were having complete year back (as time period mentioned in the degree) Please help us to solve the problem as we are facing problem in getting jobs.
sidmis posted a topic in RTI in MediaAMU Admits Candidate Who Failed in Class XI Admission Test! Posted by Dr. Mohammed Naved Khan, September 17, 2008 RTI query filed by Mr Mushtaq Ahmed has brought to light a case where a candidate has been admitted to Class XI (PCB) during the current Session i.e. Session 2008-09 without being selected in the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Admission Test. For details please visit the section on Aligarh Muslim University/Admissions & Examinations on www.rtigroup.org Senior Secondary School (Boys) Roll List of Class XI (PCB) Session 2008-09 Section – E-1 ====================================================== S.No. Roll No EN. No. Name Hall 40 750 GD-9900 Mohd Faisal Qureshi AI ===================================================== Right to Information Group (www.rtigroup.org) India: AMU Admits Candidate Who Failed in Class XI Admission Test! Admission.bmp (image)
BEAR HELPLESS STUDENTS TILL SOMEONE CARES..... You can see clearly what difficulty arises here by a student to go inside the school premise. Its common for our BMC Water supply Department which the students have to suffer, but uncommon and a hard task to live in harmony for local public. WHO CARES ? till then bear helpless students until someone cares for you from the BMC or any higher department... http://www.esnips.com/doc/710c0d31-d118-4a23-9d06-48f8d29a8dee/Pipeline-Complaint
skippinder posted a question in Ask for Non RTI Support..hello...i'm new to this so i'll need someone to tell me if i'm doing things the wrong way, but there's something that i've wanted to know for quite a long time...how exactly do the municipal bodies function?(i'm mainly interested in garbage dumping and how its being managed by the government in different parts of the country right now, but i'm sure there's a lot of other stuff that i'll be interested in)...also im very clear on the fact that its going to be very hard for people(especially us college going people who've got loads of time on their hands and would like to make a difference to the way things are working) to do anything without knowing how the municipality functions in the first place(i'll elaborate on what i mean if i get any sensible replies to this thread)....so i'd really appreciate it if someone told me or referred me to someplace else where i could find out about things...thanks..
Hi! i am a student studying at Allahabad. I wish to apply for passport in tatkal scheme. Obviously I dont have enough identity required to apply from Allahabad and I want to apply from my home town Kolkata where I have : 1. Electors Photo Identity Card, 2. Railway Identity Cards 3. Bank Passbook My questios are: is it possible to apply from kolkata at all in tatkal scheme in my case? and if possible then what are the documents needed? Also, should I then present for police verification at kolkata? I'll be waiting for your reply! Arijit
Delhi student beaten by teacher for using RTI As reported in Thaiindian.com Using the Right to Information Act (RTI) to know his examination marks proved costly for an 18-year-old student of a government school when he was allegedly brutally beaten up by his teacher in Dilshad Garden area of north-east Delhi Thursday. Mohsin Ansari, a Class 9 student of the Government Boys Senior Secondary School in Dilshad Garden, was admitted to hospital after being allegedly beaten by his physical training teacher, Jai Singh Yadav. "Mohsin is being victimized for using the Right to Information Act. When he went to school today he was severely beaten up by his teacher," Mohsin's father, Mohammad Yusuf Ansari, told IANS. Mohsin was taken to the Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital from where he was discharged in the evening. "He suffered several injuries. We have informed the police about it. We will complain to the chief minister, the education minister and the Central Information Commission about it," Ansari said. Mohsin had used the RTI to get a copy of the answer sheet of his English subject examination and also wanted to see the answer sheets of other students of his class. Though he was given a copy of his paper, the authorities refused to show him the answer sheets of other students. He then approached the CIC, which directed the school authorities to show him the answer sheets of the other students. Though the CIC passed the orders in June, the school authorities refused to show him the answer sheets. "On Tuesday, when he reached school to inspect the answer sheets of other students, the school authorities threatened him and refused to show him any paper. They told him to go to the CIC again to get another order," Ansari said. The physical training teacher assaulted him in school Thursday. "Today while I was in the school toilet, my physical activity teacher Jai Singh Yadav came and started beating me indiscriminately. He threw me down the stairs and slapped me repeatedly," Mohsin told IANS. His parents alleged that the principal was present in the school when the incident took place but didn't intervene. When contacted by IANS, Principal Gokal Singh denied the allegation, and said, "I was not in school when the incident took place." Jai Singh Yadav, when asked if he had indeed beaten the student, said: "I didn't do anything at all." He even threatened the reporter with dire consequences for reporting the incident. Delhi student beaten by teacher for using RTI - Thaindian News
Star student wins marks, Rs 90000 - Jharkhand Academic Council officer’s salary cut to pay compensation As reported by SHAHNAWAZ AKHTAR In Telegraph Devnandan Prasad: Guiding force. Telegraph picture Giridih, June 22: Star student Puja Burnwal stands vindicated. Not only has she passed the higher secondary examination with first division, the Jharkhand Academic Council has been asked to give her Rs 90,000 as compensation for harassment, under the Right to Information (RTI) act. Puja, a student of science stream, had appeared for the council’s Intermediate exam in 2007 and secured 72 marks in physics, 70 in maths, 70 in chemistry and 49 in economics. But she got only 15 in English. As a result, she was declared failed in the Intermediate exam. A shocked Puja, who had passed matriculation with 74 per cent marks (with 64 in English), challenged the result and submitted Rs 100 to re-check her English paper. When the council merely re-counted her marks instead of re-checking the paper, Puja’s mother Shanti Devi contacted RTI activist Devnandan Prasad. Prasad, not only demanded the copy of the English answer paper but also asked for the name of the examiner. Failing to get a reply in three months, they moved the state information commission on September 27. In the commission’s hearing on May 22, 2008, the council said they could not show the answer paper as it would affect the confidential nature of the examination. “Against the council’s argument, I cited several examples of the Bihar Academic Council which had provided the answer sheet and examiner’s name to candidates. The commission, dismissing the argument of the council, slapped a fine of Rs 90,000 on the council and ordered them to give it to the girl as compensation. The commission also said that of the total amount, Rs 10,000 would be deducted from the salary of the information officer of council who did not provide the required information to the candidate,” said Prasad. Meanwhile, Puja sat for the compartmental examination and secured 48 marks in English. Thanks to this, she did manage to pass the higher secondary examination with first division. Though victory has been sweet, Puja cannot put the past behind her just yet. The bright student who aspired to study engineering after her Plus Two exams has had to change her career plans. Now, she has decided to study commerce. “Since the results of my compartmental examination came out, I knew that I had done much better than the marks given by the council. Even though the council will have to pay me a compensation, the callous act of the council has changed my life forever,” said Puja. The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) | Jharkhand | Star student wins marks, Rs 90000