Sunday, October 31, 2010

Not following RTI Act costs ex-registrar Rs 10k

The Karnataka Information Commission (KIC) has slapped a penalty of Rs 10,000 on the vice-chancellor of Gulbarga Universiry, to be paid from his salary, for not giving information to a candidate under the Right to Information (RTI) Act that was sought when he was registrar. E T Puttiah, who was earlier working as the registrar (Examination) at University of Mysore, had failed to provide information to C Jayaprakash, a senior technical assistant at the Defence Food Research Lab in Mysore.
Jayaparkash had applied for MSc in Food Science at the University of Mysore in 2009 and his application was rejected. Jayaprakash, in a complaint to the State Chief Information Commissioner, wrote that his application for MSc in Food Science was rejected without any reason.

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