INFORMATION ON IFCI LIMITED PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005
The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use
A Citizen, seeking information available with the IFCI, can send his/her application to the CAPIOs / CPIOs mentioned along with requisite fee.
Click the links given below to view the list of CAPIOs and CPIOs.
CAPIOs and CPIOs.
How to apply under RTI Act
All the Regional Heads designated as Central Assistant Public Information Officers (CAPIOs). Any 'citizen' can request for information by making an application in writing, or through electronic media, in English / Hindi / local language of the area from which the application is being made, and submit the same along with the requisite fee (Rs. 10/-) in the proper mode as prescribed under the RTI Act to the CAPIO of the IFCI.
According to Section 3 of the RTI (Regulation of Fee and Cost) Rules, 2005, the stipulated fee is payable by way of cash against proper receipt (to be given by the concerned CAPIO/CPIO on a letter head), Bank’s Cheque, demand draft or Indian Postal Order in favor of IFCI Ltd. Payable at Delhi. ‘Court Fee stamp’ is not an acceptable mode of payment of fee
for seeking information from the IFCI.
Receipt & Acknowledgement of hand-delivered RTI applications at the IFCI’s Registered office and Regional office.
- Citizens who are Physically/Visually Challenged and / or Below Poverty Line, requiring assistance to prepare their applications for information under RTI Act, can get in touch with the official receiving RTI applications / Regional Head.
- No Fee will be charged from citizens Below Poverty Line for seeking information under RTI Act.
All RTI applicants seeking information from IFCI can also hand-deliver their applications to the Regional Heads (designated as CAPIOs) at any of the Regional Office of the IFCI as well as Registered Office ( at the mail receipt counter on the ground floor, IFCI Tower, Nehru Place New Delhi) and obtain due Acknowledgement duly signed and bearing IFCI’s rubber stamp. In case the application fee is tendered in the form of cash, the official receipt for the same should also be obtained from the official.