Regular Updation of Proactive disclosure


Bhubaneswar/09.03.2021: In department level Right to Information and RTI Central Monitoring Mechanism(RTI CMM) (www.rtiodisha.gov.in) virtual training programme have conducted for Public Information Officer Assistant Public Information officer and First appellate Authority of (a)Skill Development and Technical Education department (b)Social Security & Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities department (c)Sports & Youth Services department (d) ST & SC Development, Minorities & Backward Classes Welfare department (e) Steel & Mines department Department (f) Tourism department(g) Transport (h)Water Resources department (I)Women & Child Development & Mission Shakti Department (j) Works Department On date 09.03.2021 from 11.00 AM to 1.00 PM. The main objectives of training programme was withdrawal of hard copy in online RTI application and auto generation of RTI registers, “annual report” etc. Sri Horsha Parichha, Domain Expert, RTI PMU Cell, Information & Public Relation Department, Govt. of Odisha Bhubaneswar has imparted the training programme successfully both theory and practical implementation of Right to Information and RTI CMM. The Basic important points are mentioned in the below:

Training Imparted points (theory part):

1. Introduction of RTI

2. Global presence of RTI

3. Basis of RTI in India

4. Background of RTI in India

5. Principles & Objectives of RTI

6. What does Right to Information mean

7. What is Information

8. Mandatory provision of RTI Act, 2005 (a) - Maintain all its records duly catalogued and indexed. (b) Publish all records into 18 Category or 17 Manuals (c) Publish all relevant facts while formulating important policies or announcing the decision which affect public(d) provides reasons for its administrative or quasi-judicial decisions to affected persons.

9. What is not open to disclosure

10. Who is Public Information Officer (PIO)

11. Procedure to Obtain Information

12. Reasons for Rejection

13. Penalties

14. Monitoring & Reporting

Technical Part:

1. How to login Public Authority Account

2. Add and update of proactive disclosure

3. Accept online RTI application

4. Disposal of RTI application

5. Status maintain of RTI application

6. Transferred of RTI application

7. Forward of RTI application

8. Creation of Manage PIO

9. Creation of Manage section

10. Disposal of application in coming

11. Entry of RTI application through add offline application or backlog-e-filling

12. Auto Generation of Information Register

13. Auto Generation of cash Register

14. Auto Generation of appeal Register

15. Auto Generation of annual report

16. Maintain manage profile

In interaction section of training programme many of the participants raised the question regarding transfer of application and forward of application we have technically handled the issue and solved the problem successfully. In this training programme participants have suggested for information supply system or online platform of supply bonding system through RTI CMM.


Bhubaneswar

 | 09-03-2021

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RTI CMM is a Central Monitoring Mechanism by Govt. of Odisha to ensure the implementation of Right to Information Act, 2005 at all public authorities of Govt. of Odisha. This is developed with an objective to provide single point access of all RTI related information catering to Section-4, Section-25 of RTI Act, 2005 in an uniform manner. This project is monitored by Department of Information & Public Relations, Govt. of Odisha [Nodal Department of Govt. of Odisha for RTI Implementation] in collaboration with Luminous Infoways. Content on this website is published by respective public authorities and managed by Information & Public Relations Department, Govt. of Odisha. For any query regarding this website please contact Web Information Leader : Sri Basant Kumar Mohanty, Chief Monitoring Officer , RTI Implementation, Odisha. e-mail: rti-ori[at]nic[dot]in.