In order to promote transparency and accountability in administration, the Right to Information Act, came into force in Krishna Menon Memorial Govt. women’s College in 2005. The new law empowers Indian citizens to seek information from a Public Authority, thus making the Government and its functionaries more accountable and responsible. The Act has now been in operation since 2005 and has benefited many, including the poor, job seekers, and the underprivileged. It has been highlighted that in various case studies that RTI Act has adequate teeth and strength to bring in transparency and reduce corruption. It is still a matter of pride that we have given to ourselves, a tool which has the potential to usher in transparency, and reduce corruption.
Dr.Santhosh C. P., Principal, KMM Govt. Women’s College, Kannur. 0497-2746175
Public Information Officer: Dr.Francis O. S. Associate Professor and Head, Department of English,Mob: 9447346312
Sri.Sumesh P. V. , Senior Superintendent, KMM Govt. Women’s College, Kannur. 0497- 2746175