1. Online RTI

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  3. Public Notice

  4. Transparency Audit

    RTI Act, 2005 The Republic of India became the 48th Country in the World to enforce right of information through “Right to Information Act” w.e.f. 12.10.2005. This Act empowers citizens of India to access the information available with the "Public Authority". The basic aim of the Act is to bring transparency & accountability in the working of "Public Authority" and thus containing the corruption. As per Section 2(h) of the Act, all the Central Public-Sector Enterprises are Public Authority. Therefore, HUDCO being CPSE is also a Public Authority and obliged to provide the information sought by the citizen of India under this Act. (RTI Act 2005 along with its amendment in 2012 is placed as appendix) HUDCO has fully complied with the provisions of Section 4 of the RTI Act, 2005 by way of providing the detailed information given as follows:

  2. Section 4(1)(a) :
    HUDCO is having record Management Policy and Weeding Out Policy since 24th August, 1993

  3. Section 4(1)(b) :
    Obligation of Public Authority

  4. Section 4(1)(c) :
    Publish all relevant facts while formulating important policies or announcing the decisions which affect public

  5. List of items exempted for Discloser (Confidential)

  6. Section 4(1)(d):
    Provide reasons for its administrative or quasi-judicial decisions to affected persons

    Chapter A - Training and Development

    Chapter B - Quarterly Reports and Annual Reports (RTI)