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Father of lovely Daughter (Father)     10 February 2012

How to file rti to sbi bank to get employee code of conduct

Dear Members,

 

Please adivse how can i file RTI to SBI BANK to get employee code of condutct of giving and accepting dowry and to which deptt/address should i file the RTI in DELHI.

 

Regards,

T



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 5 Replies

Surendra Gupta (Banker)     10 May 2012

Code of conduct for employees is not a document which can be accessed through RTI as the same is for use internally in the bank

Kumar Doab (FIN)     10 May 2012

--RBI has given direction on dowry in rule :

Giving and
taking dowry
41A. An employee shall not -i) give or take or abet the giving or taking of dowry;
or
ii) demand, directly or indirectly from the parents  or guardian
of a bride or bridegroom, as the case may be, any dowry.

--You can raise RTI to the RBI.

--You may apply your resources. Anyone known to you, directly or thru any of your acquintances in SBI, Union of SBI employees can provide a copy to you.

--It is felt that Axis bank has adopted code of conduct for SBI.

 

https://www.scribd.com/doc/46319982/Sbi-Code-of-Conduct

 

--

A book on - STATE BANK OF INDIA OFFICERS' ASSOCIATION ...

at following link may also be  read.

www.sbioahc.com/...files/knowjob/Diciplinary%20Proceedings.pdf

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Kumar Doab (FIN)     10 May 2012

 

Learned Mr. Sudhir Kumar has given valuable advice for you at the following thread of LCI.

https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/Rti-for-sbi-employee-code-of-conduct-51643.asp

Forum Home > Criminal Law > Dowry > Rti for sbi employee code of conduct

Raj (fr)     21 August 2013

you can mention in RTI as below:

 

Particulars of information required under RTI Act 2005 are as follows:

 

1. It is CCS Rule 18 - on Immovable and Movable properties that are supposed to be declared to the Govt every calendar year. Kindly supply a copy of the same in the year xxxx of Sri xxxxxxI got married which is also the last year of his service. Kindly refer to File No.CIC/SM/A/2010/900716 & 900736.(attached)

 

2. Has Shri xxxxx made any declaration of daughter’s marriage expenditure or gift taken or received?

 

3. What action will be taken against Sri xxxxxx who indulges in giving dowry as per central civil services (CCA) rules 1965?

 

4. It is CCS Rule 13A against Dowry giving. Has xxxxxx made any declaration or submitted details to the office from where he superannuated?

 

Rgds,

 

Raj

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