2. Check I have read and understood the above guidelines and clickSubmit.
You can now begin filling in the form for submitting an RTI application. Pick the correct Ministry and department and fill in your contact details. You have to enter your email id to complete the application, but if you want SMS alerts about the status of your application, then you can also enter your mobile phone number.
If you don’t know the public authority to file your application with, use the search bar on top – it will help choose the ministry/ department and public authority.
3. You have to fill the entire form – so for example, even if you are not below the poverty line, you need to choose the correct option from the drop down menu. Click the menu, and select No (or Yes, if applicable – this waives the fee for submitting the plea).
4. Next to Text for RTI Request application, you can write your RTI request. This form limits you to 3,000 characters.
5. If your request exceeds 3,000 characters, or if you need to submit documents to support the application, click Choose File next toSupporting document. You can upload a pdf file up to 1MB in size with your plea.
6. Enter the characters in the image next to Enter security code.
7. Click Submit.
8. The fee for submitting an RTI application is Rs. 10. You can pay that via credit/debit card or net banking on the next page.
9. Once you’ve paid, you will be shown an acknowledgement with a unique registration number for your RTI plea. This will be sent to you via SMS and email as well.
10. You can check the status of your RTI application on this page.