RTI Against University, School or College - As per Section 6(1) of the RTI Act “An individual, who wants to obtain any information under this Act, shall submit an RTI Application in writing or through electronic means in English or Hindi in the official language of the area, with fees as prescribed by the state or central government”.
To file RTI against any public or private university, UGC (University Grants Commission), School, or College you need to write an RTI Application in Hindi, English, or any official language of the area with all the details and send it to the concerned authority.
1. Online RTI
2. Offline RTI
To file an online RTI against the university you need to follow these easy and simple steps:
Step 1: Login/Register to RTI Guru
Step 2: Click on Apply Now
Step 3: Choose Type of RTI (Marksheet Verification, Degree Verification, Answer Copy, etc.)
Step 4: Fill the details and proceed with the payment
Step 5: Check your RTI Application Status
So these are simple steps to file RTI Online against university, school, or college.
There is a step by step guide to write RTI Application against any university, school, or college in India. So let's start the steps:
Step 1: Write an RTI Application in Hindi, English, or any official language of that particular area.
Step 2: Address the application to PIO/APIO(Public Information Officer/Assistant Public Information Officer).
Step 3: Mention the complete address and name of the concerned authority.
Public Information Officer,
Name of the University, School or College
Complete Address of the University, School or College
Step 4: Write the type of information you are seeking with all the details like Name, Roll No., Name of Exam, Date of exam, Subject Name, Enrollment no., Subject or Center Code, etc.
Step 5: Attach the RTI Fees with your RTI Application in favor of PIO/APIO of the university, school, or college in the form of IPO/DD/Banker's cheque/Cash against receipt,MO, etc.
Step 6: Write your name, email, phone no. and address and sign your RTI Application.
Step 7: Make a declaration that you are an Indian citizen at the end of the application.
Step 8: Send your RTI Application through registered post along with all supporting documents.
Step 9: Take out the print of RTI Application and other documents for future reference.
You can file RTI against the university, UGC (University Grants Commission), School, or College in the following circumstances:
1. When you want to verify your mark sheet, degree, or other certificates.
2. When you want to get your answer copy.
3. When you want to get other information related to university, school, or college.
If you want to seek information under the Right To Information Act, 2005 from any university, school, or college then you can apply for RTI online. Click here to apply RTI online.