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Rights of land donors in education societies


Worried Man

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Worried Man

Hello,

Dear Sir,

I need to know that whether there is any rule that land donor can take action against the education society governing body if they are not working properly and giving chaiman position to a person who is illitrate and not good in characte as its a question for future of the students studying in school or colleges under that society.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member, this query does not relate to RTI Act to which this portal is dedicated.

 

 

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Prasad GLN

The moment the land is donated and delivered possession, donor can not have any right or say in administrative affairs of the institution unless there is agreement for giving a hereditary post to legal heirs as office bearer in society or administrative council.

But even when a citizen is not a donor, the matter can be brought to the attention of DEO through a complaint if it is concerned with teaching or faculty. But DEO can not do anything in administration of society and office bearer's qualification or character.

Simply because Chairman is illiterate it can not be concluded that he is lacking power to administer. Further any decision of council/society can not be taken by Chairman alone and there may be several office bearers and exofficio members that control the institution through a Governing council.

Please study the document through which land was donated, as it may speak of participatory role given to land donor in administration.

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Sunil Ahya

I need to know that whether there is any rule that land donor

 

> You may file a RTI application with the Public Information Officer (PIO) of the Public (Govt.) Authority with which the said Education Society is registered and seek a photocopy of the complete file containing documents and plans pertaining to the said society.

Once you obtain a photocopy of the documents through RTI, study them, and hopefully you should find the answers to all your questions in the documents so obtained under RTI.

 

 

> Kindly refer to the following links:

How to make an effective RTI application.

Guide to drafting a good RTI application.

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