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Training for transparency and efficient implementation of Right to Information Act

Training for transparency and efficient implementation of Right to Information Act

General Administration Department of Chhattisgarh Government organized a two-day training program on Right to Information Act-2005 in Mantralaya Mahanadi Bhawan to make the work of administration more transparent and efficient. Steno cadre, staff officers, personal secretaries, personal assistants, stenographers, steno typists and other officers and employees posted in the personal establishment of Chief Secretary, Additional Chief Secretary, Principal Secretary, Secretary, Special Secretary, Joint Secretary, Deputy Secretary, and Under Secretary participated in this training.

At the start of the training, Secretary of General Administration Department Anbalgan P. highlighted the need and objectives of the training. He said that in the era of information revolution, all government servants should get information about the rules and acts of governance. It is necessary to make the private staff familiar with the Right to Information Act-2005 so that they can work with transparency and speed in the work of governance. Under the Act, the private staff should know the name and post of Public Information Officer and Appellate Officer.

Dr. Geeta Diwan, Atul Verma, J. Agarwal, and Lokesh, present as trainers from Chhattisgarh State Information Commission, gave detailed information on the letters received under the Right to Information Act-2005, their proceedings, and the responsibilities and duties of the Public Information Officer and First Appellate Officer. Mrs. Anshika Rishi Pandey, Under Secretary, General Administration Department, organized a question-answer session on various sections of the Act and also received feedback from the trainees so that the training can be made more effective in future.

At the end of the training session, Devlal Bharti, Under Secretary, Electronics and Information Technology Department, thanked the trainers of the State Information Commission and all the present officers and employees for participating in the training. He said that such training programs should be given to government servants at every level so that transparency and accountability can be ensured in the work of governance.

The objective of this two-day training program was to make the work of governance more transparent and efficient, in which officers and employees participated enthusiastically. The programme further highlighted the significance of Right to Information Act-2005 in governance and administration.

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