By Kush Karla – Online RTI Writer, 23 December 2014
The 7 Dimensions to "The Right to Inspect" Evaluated Answer Books
Following the indepth and detailed article on the "7 FACTS on your Right to Inspect your Answer Books under RTI" here now are the 7 KEYS to "The Right to Inspect Evaluated answer Books" individually, one KEY - One Fact at a time.
This is on public demand to reinforce the information in the above consolidated document, One KEY Point at a time, in separate individual publications. Each Key Point is being published separaely and distributed for user convenience.
This now is the first part that details what is to follow . . .
Especially when the competitive exams like CAT and others such are heating up, this article gets into the "Right to Inspect Evaluated Answer Books" under the RTI Act, 2005 and covers a lot of ground, including:
- The Answer Book
- Permitted Examination by Examinee
- Examining body does not hold evaluated answer-books in a fiduciary relationship
- The Examining Body
- Disgruntled Examinee
- Identities of Examiners / Co-ordinators / Scrutinisers / Head Examiners
- Information Availability Period
Each of the above 7 KEY points are now being published separately for conveient reference.
Kush is a practicing lawyer at Delhi High Court. He graduated from Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, India in 2012 and has authored a total of 10 books on Law within a year - a National Record!
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