File RTI Online on RTINation [Student Startup]

Planning to file a RTI and skip the visit to government offices? RTINation is a startup by Prashant Gupta, a student at IIT Kanpur. The site enables one to file…

Planning to file a RTI and skip the visit to government offices?rtination

RTINation is a startup by Prashant Gupta, a student at IIT Kanpur. The site enables one to file RTI (Right to Information) online and so far, the site has enabled 3,000 RTIs [from 5,000 registered userbase].

Once you file a RTI from the site, RTINation generally takes 2-3 business days to process an application. The PIO (Public Information Officer) takes 30-40 days to reply to your application and replies are sent directly to the individual.

The site charges Rs. 150 (including government fees, service charges and taxes) and receives around 30,000 visits per month. In terms of technology implementation, the site is a basic implementation of Joomla, though what matters is the focus on solving a specific pain point.

Do give the site a spin and share your feedback with the team.

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