Under RTI you can ask for Certified Copy of answer sheet. But the institute has to be a Public Authority u/s 2(h) of the RTI Act, 2005, i.e, it has to be a government owned/ aided institute/ organisation. You need to mention the name of candidate, roll number, name and date of Exam.
In the decision of Central Information Commission in the case titled Surender Pal Singh vs SDM (Kanjhawala), GNCTD bearing no. CIC/SA/A/2014/000462, it has been laid down that transparency of land records is the mandate as per the RTI Act and it is the duty of land authorities to provide information about land records to citizens.
Hence, application can be made u/s 2(f), 2(j) and 6 to Public Information Officer with the payment of requisite fees as per RTI Act, 2005.
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