Step 1: Visit the official website of government. There are thousands of websites claiming for Online RTI but there is only one Official Website.https://rtionline.gov.in/
Step 2: On top you will see SUBMIT REQUEST. No need to create any account or sign up for anything. Just click on Submit Request. DO NOT click on SUBMIT FIRST APPEAL.Step 3: A terms and condition page will pop-up. Accept the terms and Go ahead.Step 4: Choose the Department and the Public Authority.For SSC exams, Select Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) then choose SSC HQ from Public Authority.
For RBI exams, Select Department of Financial Services and Choose Reserve Bank of India from Public Authority.
For Insurance exams, Select Department of Financial Services andChoose Department of Financial Services again from Public Authority.
YOU CANNOT SUBMIT RTI FOR IBPS EXAMS. However, you can choose Department of Financial Services and Submit RTI for Banks(After Final Results).
Step 5: You fill in your Information, Name, Address, Contact E-Mail, Phone Number(for SMS).
Step 6: Choose either you are under BPL or Not. BPL candidates will not have to pay any kind of RTI fees. Enter the BPL details.
Step 7: Write your query. Start with a simple “Sir” and write your queries with full letters.
“can i know my marks” is NOT Accepted. Give a “Regards” with your name. Be precise, don’t write too much.
Step 8: Upload a Supporting Document if you have any. For eg. your Call letter. Enter the Security Code and Proceed to Payment if you are not BPL candidate. In case you are BPL candidate, you must submit a Valid Document for Proof.
Step 9: Make Payment and you will be given a Login Credentials.
Use the login credentials for checking your RTI status.