USER GUIDELINES FOR USE OF RTI ONLINE PORTAL BY APPLICANT

1. RTI online module enables an applicant to

 

A. File RTI request online.

B. File First Appeal on line.

C.     Receive reply on line.

D.     Track and monitor the status.

Website url :http://www.rtionline.gov.in

2. LIC as Public Authority is divided into nine parts(as shown in the table appended below) for the convenience of online applicant. This enables the applicant to apply directly to the concerned authority to fetch information e.g. an applicant wants to fetch information online from Jaipur, he will drop/submit his request at Northern Zonal Office who in turn will send the request/application to concerned CPIO of Jaipur.

(i)                 States covered under each Public Authority are listed below :-

 

Sl No

PublicAuthority/CPIO

States covered

1.

Central Office (Mumbai),

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2.

Central Zonal Office (Bhopal)

Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh

3.

Eastern Zonal Office(Kolkata)

Assam,WestBengal,Manipur,Mizoram,Sikkim,Meghalaya,Nagaland,

Arunachal Pradesh,Tripura.

4.

East Central Zonal Office (Patna)

Bihar,Jharkhand,Orissa.

5

Northern Zonal Office (Delhi)

Delhi,Punjab,Jammu&Kashmir,Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan.

6.

North- Central Zonal Office (Kanpur)

Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand,

7.

Southern Zonal Office (Chennai)

TamilNadu and Kerala.

8.

South Central Zonal Office(Hyderabad)

Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telengana.

9.

Western Zonal Office (Mumbai).

Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat.

 

Based upon the subject matter the applicant should submit the RTI application to the concerned Public Authority as per the list given above.

 

3.      The application filed through this web portal will electronically reach the concerned Nodal Officer, who in turn will transmit the RTI application electronically to the concerned CPIO.

4.      In case additional fees is required towards the cost for providing information,the concerned CPIO would intimate the applicant through this portal. This intimation can be seen by the applicant through status report or through his/her e-mail alert.

5.      For making an appeal to the First Appellate Authority, the applicant has to click on Submit First Appeal and fill up the page that will appear.

6.      The registration number of original application has to be used for any reference.

7.      As per RTI Act, no fees has to be paid for first appeal.

8.      The applicant/Appellant should submit his/her mobile number to receive SMS alerts along with full address.

9.      Status of the RTI application/First Appeal file online can be seen by the applicant/appellant by clicking at < view status>.

10.  All the requirements for filing an RTI application and first appeal as well as for other provisions regarding time limit, exemptions etc. as provided in the RTI act, 2005 will continue to apply.

I have read and understood the above guidelines.