Question: Is there a chance to ask someone government servants department exam marks card under RTI act?
Asked from: Karnataka
It’s important to note that while the RTI Act allows citizens to request information from public authorities, there may be some exceptions. In some cases, information may be withheld if it is considered to be confidential or if its disclosure would harm the interests of the state.
If you are a interested party in the departmental exam then for judging the sanctity of the examination you can ask the exam mark card under the RTI. Then, it is possible to request a copy of a government employee’s exam marks card under the Right to Information (RTI) Act in India.
To request a copy of a government employee’s exam marks card, you will need to file an RTI application with the relevant government department or agency. The application should include the name of the employee, their employee ID number, and the specific information you are requesting (i.e. a copy of their exam marks card).
In India, the Right to Information Act (RTI) allows citizens to request information from government agencies. This includes information related to the performance of government officials and employees, including exam marks.
It’s also important to note that, the RTI application should be filed in the respective department or agency where the government servant works. The department or agency is obligated to provide the information to you, as long as it is not considered to be exempt under the RTI Act.
In case the department or agency denied the information, you can approach the higher officials or the State Information Commission for redressal.