RTI (Right to Information)

       RTI, or Right to Information, information is necessary for educational institutions, particularly those funded by the government and Dandekar being one of them. This information will ensure: So readers, Whether you have a library card or not, you still can access the realm of knowledge through OER resources and the institute website:

  • Transparency and Accountability: RTI allows public scrutiny of how educational institutions function. This transparency fosters accountability, ensuring institutions use resources effectively and prioritize educational goals.
  • Informed Decision-Making: Students, parents, and the public can use RTI to access crucial information. This empowers them to make informed choices, such as selecting a school or understanding admission criteria.
  • Improved Quality of Education: By highlighting issues like inadequate facilities or unqualified teachers through RTI requests, stakeholders can advocate for improvements. This can lead to better infrastructure, qualified faculty, and ultimately, a higher quality of education.
  • Promoting Public Participation: Information obtained through RTI applications can spark public involvement in improving education. If issues like teacher vacancies are brought to light, communities can work with institutions or advocate for change.

In essence, RTI information is necessary for educational institutions because it promotes transparency, empowers stakeholders, and ultimately fosters a more efficient and equitable education system.

Link : https://rtionline.gov.in/

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