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IJSTR >> Volume 1 - Issue 5, June 2012 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Management of Information And Records Under Right To Information Act, 2005 In India

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Shalini Singh, Dr. Bhaskar Karn



Democracy, Governance, Information, Mandatory disclosure, Right to Information, Records, and Records Management



The Right to Information has ushered a new era of transparency and accountability. The implementation of the Act is gathering impetus with each passing day. Government, civil societies and the media have gained momentum and are doing their best for the realization of this act. Right to Information is not only a human right, but an important right to promote good governance and fight corruption. An important aspect of the act is the proper management of records for proper delivery of information. The present article tries to elaborate the concept of management of records and information and its efficacy for the better implementation of the Right to information Act in the India.



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