Section 1: Establishment and Purpose

1.1 Establishment: The Technical Educational Training Research Council of India (TETRCI) is established under the [Insert Name of the Act] to regulate and promote technical education, training, and research in India.

1.2 Purpose: The primary purpose of TETRCI is to facilitate the development of a high-quality technical education system, foster research and innovation, and ensure the continuous improvement of educational standards in the technical training sector.

Section 2: Governing Body

2.1 Composition: The Council shall be governed by a Board of Directors comprising representatives from the government, academia, industry, and other relevant stakeholders.

2.2 Powers and Functions: The Board of Directors shall have the authority to formulate policies, approve budgets, and oversee the implementation of programs and initiatives aimed at achieving the objectives of TETRCI.


Section 3: Right to Information

3.1 Objectives: TETRCI recognizes the fundamental right of citizens to access information held by the organization in accordance with the Right to Information Act, [Insert Year].

3.2 Designated Officer: The Chief Information Officer (CIO) of TETRCI is designated as the responsible officer for handling requests for information under the Right to Information Act.

3.3 Request Procedure: Citizens seeking information from TETRCI can submit a written request to the CIO, clearly specifying the details of the information sought. The request should be accompanied by the prescribed application fee, if applicable.

3.4 Response Time: TETRCI is committed to providing information within the stipulated time frame as per the Right to Information Act. In case of inability to provide the information, the reasons for the same will be communicated to the applicant.

3.5 Exemptions: Certain categories of information may be exempt from disclosure as per the provisions of the Right to Information Act. TETRCI will adhere to these exemptions while processing requests.

Section 4: Grievance Redressal

4.1 Appeals Process: In the event of dissatisfaction with the response received, applicants have the right to appeal to the designated Appellate Authority within the specified time frame.

4.2 Appellate Authority: The Chief Information Officer is designated as the Appellate Authority responsible for addressing appeals under the Right to Information Act.

4.3 Decision on Appeals: The Appellate Authority will review the appeal and make a final decision, communicating the same to the appellant within the stipulated time frame.

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