General Hospital Vashi

Information Under Right To Information Act 2005

   A. Information Officer

   B. Assistant Information Officer

   C. Appellate Authority
 

Detail Information
No. Information Act 2005 4(1)(B)

1

Public Authority

Format  a & b

2

The Particulars of its Organisation, Function and Duties

Format a, b,c, d & e

3

The Particulars of its Organisation, Financial & administrative  Duties

Format a, b,c, d & e

4

The Procedure Followed in the Decision Making Process, Including Channels of Supervision and Accountability

5

The Particulars of Physical & Financial Norms set for discharge of the Functions in the office.

6

The rules / regulation related with the functions

7

Statement  of Categories of documents held in the office.

8

The Particulars of any Arrangement that Exists for Consultation with,  or Representation by, the Member of Public in Relation to the Formulation Of its Policy or Implementation in office

9

A Statement of the Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies

10

Directory of Officers & employees

11

The Monthly remuneration received by each of its Officers and Employees,

12

Details of allocation of Budget & disbursement Made in Office.

       Format A For current year

       Format B For previous year

13

The Manner of Execution of Subsidy Programmes, Including the Amounts Allocated and the Details of Beneficiaries of such Programmes

       FormatA, Format B

14

Particulars of Recipients of Concessions, Permits or Autherisations Granted in the office

15

Details of of information available in electronic form in the office.

16

The Particulars of Facilities Available to Citizens for Obtaining information in the office.

17

The Names, Designation and other Particulars of the Public Information Officers.

         A. Information Officer

         B. Assistant Information Officer

         C. Appellate Authority

18

Routine decisions /important policies which you foresee will effect  public. List of issues in which administrative & quasi- judicial decisions are generally taken in the office.