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Right To Information' (RTIOCC) for various stakeholders

 
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The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions

The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Government of India (GoI) has launched an 'Online Certificate Course on Right To Information' (RTIOCC) for various stakeholders.   

This Online Certificate Course on RTI is launched in association with the Centre for Good Governance, Hyderabad. 

With a view to make the earlier 15-day course more interesting and practical, now the course has been bifurcated into two versions, namely - 7-Day Online Certificate Course (English) and 15-Day Online Certificate Course (English). 

While the 7-day course will be introductory in nature, the 15-day course will be extensive and with a practical orientation whereby candidates will have to apply an RTI application during the Course period. In other words, the 15-day course will be based on the principle of "learning while doing". Therefore, it is requested that those who take the 7-day course follow it up with the 15-day course for in depth understanding and utility of the RTI Act. 

The primary objective of the course(s) is to make both information providers and information seekers aware on the salient features of the RTI Act, 2005. Thus, the course(s) is/are useful to both government employees and citizens. 

Some of the identified target groups are:

  • Public Information Officers (PIOs)
  • Assistant Public Information Officers (APIOs)
  • Appellate Authorities
  • Officials assisting the above designated officers or other public officials Citizens
  • Representative of Civil Society Organisations (including Media Organisations)
  • Any other person(s) who could be a direct / indirect stake holder

 

Methodology: 
Successful completion of the 7-day course will be mandatory in order to be eligible to take the 15-day version of the course. Besides, for registering in the 15-day course a candidate will be required to file an RTI application with any Public Authority. At the time of migrating to the 15 day Course, the candidate has to upload the RTI application filed along with the acknowldgement received for the same. The response received later will have to be uploaded for the completion of the Course and for Certificate to be issued...

The second aspect of the 15-day version of the Course mandates a candidate to observe Proactive Disclosure (Section 4 (1) (b) of the RTI Act) of any  Public Authority. This will be a desk study based on which the candidate will submit a report towards the end of the Course. This report on the proactive disclosures study will be evaluated along with the uploaded information received from the Public Authority. An online certificate will be issued to each candidate after that.

For more information visit the Link

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Online Certificate Course on Right To Information' (RTIOCC) for various stakeholders

The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions

The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Government of India (GoI) has launched an 'Online Certificate Course on Right To Information' (RTIOCC) for various stakeholders.   

This Online Certificate Course on RTI is launched in association with the Centre for Good Governance, Hyderabad. 

With a view to make the earlier 15-day course more interesting and practical, now the course has been bifurcated into two versions, namely - 7-Day Online Certificate Course (English) and 15-Day Online Certificate Course (English). 

While the 7-day course will be introductory in nature, the 15-day course will be extensive and with a practical orientation whereby candidates will have to apply an RTI application during the Course period. In other words, the 15-day course will be based on the principle of "learning while doing". Therefore, it is requested that those who take the 7-day course follow it up with the 15-day course for in depth understanding and utility of the RTI Act. 

The primary objective of the course(s) is to make both information providers and information seekers aware on the salient features of the RTI Act, 2005. Thus, the course(s) is/are useful to both government employees and citizens. 

Some of the identified target groups are:

  • Public Information Officers (PIOs)
  • Assistant Public Information Officers (APIOs)
  • Appellate Authorities
  • Officials assisting the above designated officers or other public officials Citizens
  • Representative of Civil Society Organisations (including Media Organisations)
  • Any other person(s) who could be a direct / indirect stake holder

 

Methodology: 
Successful completion of the 7-day course will be mandatory in order to be eligible to take the 15-day version of the course. Besides, for registering in the 15-day course a candidate will be required to file an RTI application with any Public Authority. At the time of migrating to the 15 day Course, the candidate has to upload the RTI application filed along with the acknowldgement received for the same. The response received later will have to be uploaded for the completion of the Course and for Certificate to be issued...

The second aspect of the 15-day version of the Course mandates a candidate to observe Proactive Disclosure (Section 4 (1) (b) of the RTI Act) of any  Public Authority. This will be a desk study based on which the candidate will submit a report towards the end of the Course. This report on the proactive disclosures study will be evaluated along with the uploaded information received from the Public Authority. An online certificate will be issued to each candidate after that.

For more information visit the Link

 

Organization: DoPT, Govt. of India  

free  

Deadline: No Deadline

 
 
 

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