As per the RTI Act, any person can get information or inquire about any government department by applying RTI. SC /ST person uses a caste certificate for reservation purposes. So that it can take advantage of the facilities provided by the government. A Caste Certificate is the proof of one's belonging to a particular caste, especially in case one belongs to any of the 'Scheduled Castes', as specified in the Indian Constitution. You cannot apply for a caste certificate online in all states. Some of the state government and district administration bodies don't issue/support an online application in order to get a caste certificate.
The CPIO disregards information to the appellant after following the procedure under Section 11 of the RTI Act, 2005. if a person dissatisfied with the CPIO's response, the appellant may file an appeal before the first appellate authority. The FAA upheld the CPIO's decision stating that the information has been sought from third parties and cannot be provided under Section 8 (1) (j) of the RTI Act, 2005. The FAA also told the appellant that there was no evidence in the case. On submission of false documents, the person taking an appointment can be brought to his notice and the organization will take appropriate action on the same.
The Commission believes that the caste certificate of the employees was their personal. The information and hence disclosure of the RTI Act was exempted from u / s 8 (1) (j). other than this, These were held by the defendant's authority in a fiduciary capacity as the employees may have Presented them to seek employment. Respondents have already provided several SC employees with the backlog of such vacancies. Commission, However, instructs the CPIO to provide a copy of the roster register in force, free of charge.