Voluminous information about the medical entrance examination
The appellant sought various details about the undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) degree holder doctors working in Ministry of health and Family Welfare like number of candidates allotted to various departments.
He sought details of Physically Handicapped (PH) quota category candidates, the details of the department or ministry allotted to them, highest and lowest cut off marks obtained by General/ SC/ ST/ PH/ OBC in All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination (AIPGMEE) and detailed list of marks attained by the each candidates in PH category, their category Rank, Overall rank and PH rank and branch, college allotted up to 2nd round of counseling for year 2010 and 2011. He also wanted to know the situation of backlog in class A, B C and D for various reserved category, name and address of health institutions working under MCD and NDMC in Delhi, total number of PG seats (degree/diploma) available through AIPGMEE (college wise and specific branch wise). The Public Information Officer (PIO) furnished most of the information and transferred the rest of the queries to the concerned departments which subsequently provided all the relevant information to the appellant.
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The Central Information Commission rejected the complaint observing that appellant had sought voluminous information which was to be procured from various offices in the country and most of the information has been already provided to him.
Citation: Mr. Nitesh Kumar Tripathi v. Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in Decision No. CIC/SG/C/2011/001283/17605
RTI Citation : RTIFI/2012/CIC/258
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