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Institute of Management Studies (IMS) Noida Launches RTI Club

by businesswireindia.com

Business Wire India
IMS LAW College organised a Seminar on RTI Act 2005 at Sector 62 Noida campus. During the Seminar, IMS launches RTI club for creating awareness of Right to information. Archana Sinha Additional District and Sessions Judge Delhi, Former Additional District and Sessions Judge Ghaziabad Arun Kumar and Dean of IMS Law College were present in the seminar.

Addressing the students, Dr. Archana Sinha said that we are happy that IMS Law College has the courage to start RTI Club. She said that working in the form of an RTI worker is a daunting task. This work is like a double striped sword, which can be threatened if you are not used before carefully.

Dr. Archana Sinha in her speech also said that, The Right to Information refers to the right of every citizen of the state to access information under the control of public authorities consistent with public interest. The main objective of providing information is not only to promote openness, transparency and accountability in administration but also to ensure participation of people in all the matters related to Governance.

Arun Kumar said that for the common man, this is the biggest right except for the fundamental rights. He said that to be successful as a future advocate, four D (discipline, devotion, determination and dedication) in our life have special significance. Dr. KS Bhati, Dean, IMS Law College said that it is our achievement that our students are constantly trying to do something different from the league.
Source: Businesswire