1. RTI Act 2005 comes into force after ---------- day of its enactment

(a) 120 
(b) 75 
(c) 100
(d) 125 

2. RTI Act 2005 enacted on 

(a) 2nd October 2005
(b) 15th June, 2005
(c) 15th August 2005  
(d) 26th January 2005

3. Which section of RTI Act 2005 deals with 'obligations of public authorities'  

(a) Section 6
(b) Section 7
(c) Section 4(1)
(d) Section 8

4. Which section of RTI Act 2005 deals with 'constitution of Central Information Commission'

(a) Section 11
(b) Section 16
(c) Section 14 and 15
(d) Section 12 and 13

5.The Act extends to the whole of India except the State of .

(a) Jammu and Kashmir
(b) Sikkim
(c) North Eastern area
(d) Andaman & Nicobar island

6. "How much time does an APIO, at the most , have to forward an RTI application/appeal to the Public Information Officer/First Appellate Authority "

(a) 30 days
(b) 5 days 
(c) 35 days
(d) 48 hours. 

7. "There is an upper limit for the number of PIOs and APIOs to be appointed by a Public Authority (PA) as per the `RTI Act, 2005`."

(a) Yes.  
(b) "No. There is no such limit, whatsoever, as per the `RTI Act, 2005`"  
(c) "Yes, but only for State PAs."
(d) "Yes, because, the number of PIOs should be in a definite proportion to the total number of APIOs." 

8. Right to information includes the right to obtaining information in the form of:

(a) Diskettes
(b) Floppies
(c) Tapes
(d) All the above 

9. The Preamble argues that revelation of information in actual practice is likely to conflict with:

(a) Other private interests
(b) Other financial interests
(c) Other public interests
(d) None of the above 

10. The Preamble to the RTI Act states that transparency of information is vital to:

(a) Eradicate corruption
(b) Contain corruption
(c) Promote corruption
(d) Measure corruption