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NLSIU to publish book on RTI

Aishwarya Dhakarey
23 Nov 2015 6:26 PM GMT
NLSIU to publish book on RTI
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National Law School of India University, Bangalore  proposes to publish a book titled GOOD GOVERNANCE – THE RTI WAY, as an outcome of the One Day National Seminar organized  to mark 10 years of the RTI Act, as ‘NLSIU Book Series – 3’. The first book in this series, titled CONTRACTS, AGREEMENTS AND PUBLIC POLICY IN INDIA was released at the hands of the Hon. Chief Justice of India at the NLS Convocation 2015. Professor Sairam Bhat will again serve as an editor for the volume.  Contributions from Law Teachers, Practitioners, Researchers, RTI Activists, Consultants, Students, and other interested persons are invited. The deadline for submission is November 30, 2015.

Submissions, under the following categories, are welcome:

  1. Long Articles – between 5000 and 8000 words including footnotes
  2. Short Articles – between 2500 and 3000 words including footnotes
  3. Case Comments and case summaries
  4. General write-ups and comments

The topic ranges from:

  1. Right to Information Act and its compliance
  2. Right to Information Act as an anti- corruption tools
  3. T e Right to Privacy and Right to Information Act
  4. Right to Information Act and Good Governance in India
  5. Right to Information Act promoting Accountability and Transparency in Public sector undertaking 6. Right to Information Act and its effectiveness to eradicate the corruption
  6. Right to Information Act and effective service delivery
  7. Right to Information Act and Whistle Blowers
  8. Right to Information Act and role of the NGOs
  9. Right to Information Act and Corporate Law in India
  10. Ambit and scope of the Right to Information Act
  11. Exemption under Right to Information Act
  12. Competent authority and RTI
  13. RTI and Human Rights
  14. Right to information and Consumer Rights
  15. Environment Protection and Right to Information Act
  16. Right to Information Act and public policy

For more details contact: or more details contact: 080 23160527-Extn, 237

Email: [email protected]

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