The Right to Information Act, 2005, is a social legislation that entrusts the Indian citizen or an Indian stranger to seek information from government officials. We provide you complete online RTI application process. The required information must be provided within 30 days from the date of receipt of the communication by the Public Authority. However, if the information is related to a person’s life or freedom, the Public Information Officer is required to provide data within 48 hours of receiving the communication. This may be referred to in section 7(1)[1 ] together with chapter 4[2 ] of the RTI Act 2005.

First appeal can also be filed online. An applicant wishing to acquire any data under the RTI Act may submit an application to the Ministries / Government Departments of India through this web portal. The applicant must fill in the necessary information on the page that will appear when clicking on “Submit Request.”


  • Determine which department is concerned about your request and who is the Public Information Officer there.
    Check the website for Central Public Authorities. For Officers of State Public Information.
  • Write a straightforward, to – the-point application form that obviously details your questions.
  • Pay Rs. 10’s fee. Payment can be produced through Demand Draft or Indian Postal Order or can even be presented to the treasury. Proof of payment (such as challans and receipts) must be included with the request. Online payment alternatives are also accessible here.
  • Send the application request either via post, online or in person.