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I want to file an RTI in a university regarding non-payment of 7th pay arrears to the employees of its project Vidyalaya. Here, Kendriya Vidyalaya is a project vidyalaya. The MoU between University and Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan states that the expenditure of the Vidyalaya including salary of employees is paid by the university. KVS has issued orders regarding payment of 7CPC arrears which clearly states that the project will have to pay arrears immediately. It has been more than a month but university hasn't paid any arrears till date. I want to ask university- 1. that what are the reasons behind the delay. 2. Steps taken so far for payment of arrears to its project vidyalaya. 3. Norms of the university in respect of paying expenses to the employees of Vidyalaya. 4. Is university following the norms. Reasons for not following norms. 5. why is there always a shortage of funds for the employees of the vidyalaya.
Good Morning Moderators, I would like to request your guidance in one of the second appeal which has been scheduled for hearing on 28-11-2016 before SIC, Greater Mumbai. I have attached a detailed summary on the matter. Request you to please help me. Regards Shahbazanjum Mallick Assistance for Second Appeal Draft, SIC.docx
avatar.ac123 posted a topic in Discussions on RTII have fle an RTI with Staff Selection Comission, on 18 Dec 2014 and received acknowledgement on 27Dec(near by) but till now I have not got any reply. What should I do ? Thanks in Advance. its urgent..plz help I have send them the rti with speed post.
As reported by Kunal Purohit at hindustantimes.com on July 30, 2010 The next time you are told to park your car outside the building when you visit your friend's home, you don't have to obey. You can demand that the housing society allow you to park in the visitors' slot. If it does not have provisions for visitors, you can go to the local municipal office and file a complaint against the society for violating rules. In an instance that highlights a little-known aspect of the Development Control (DC) Regulations, 1991, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on July 15 ordered a society in Kandivli to mark parking spaces for visitors. The reason: Section 36(2) of DC Regulations makes it a must for every residential building in the city to reserve space for parking visitors' vehicles. In the island city, the reserved space is 25 per cent of the building's total parking area, while in the suburbs it is 10 per cent. The BMC's order came after Sunil Ahya, who owns a flat in Gokul Nagari society, stumbled upon the rule following a parking dispute that led him to ask for his building's approved plans. "The builder had claimed there were two parking lots for visitors as it was a must," he said. Ahya filed a complaint with the BMC and made queries under the RTI Act after which the R-south ward directed the society to mark parking spaces for visitors. Ward officer Sanjog Kabre confirmed the BMC order. Advocate Vinod Sampat, president of Co-operative Societies Residents & Users Association, said: "If a visitor is refused parking, the visitor can take the managing committee to court."