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Right to Information

RCC has implemented the Right to Information Act 2005. Citizens who wish to get information or permitted documents as per the provisions of this Act can contact the following persons:

  1. Appellate Authority
    1. Dr.Geetha N, Additional Director(Academic)
  2. Public Information Officer
    1. Dr. Sajeed A, Additional Professor & Medical Superintendent
  3. Assistant Public Information Officer
    1. Sri. Sajeesh C K, Clinical Records Assistant

Email : rti@rcctvm.gov.in
Phone : +91 471 2442541
Fax : +91 471 2447454

How to get Information:

Citizens can seek information about the activities of the RCC by submitting a written request with details like Name, address, contact telephone number and particulars of the information sought by submitting a fee of Rs.10 at the cash counter.

Mode Of Payment Of Fees Under Right To Information Act, 2005:

Gazette Notification dated 22.12.2007 and 03.06.2008 by which the procedure for remittance of fee for providing information in the case of Public Authorities other than Government Departments is amended vide Government Order No. GO (P) No. 540/2007/GAD dated 18th December, 2007as detailed below: provided that in the case of public authorities other than the Government Departments, the fee shall be remitted to the account of such public authority as provided in clauses (c) and (d) of rule 3. Clauses c & d are specified as follows: c) by cash remittance against proper receipt in the Office of the Public Information Officer/Assistant Public Information Officer as the case maybe, or d) by Demand Draft/bankers cheque/pay order payable to the Public Information Officer/ Assistant Public Information Officer. In view of the above Government Order, it is hereby informed that applications under Right to Information Act will only be accepted with application fee as per clause (c) and (d) of Rule (3) of the Right to Information (Fee and Cost) Rules 2006 and court fee stamp, postal orders and treasury Chelan will not be accepted as application fees for the applications under the Right to Information Act, 2005.