I am a PhD scholar and I want to know "what are the RTI AND RTE related to bullying in schools in India". I am working on bullying in schools.
The thread implies that you are doing your PhD and bullying would be a thesis topic or a topic for detailed study.
What is RTE?
The right to free and compulsory education Act of 2009 enables a underpriviliged child (6-14 years) to have a chance of completing early education in a neighborhood school.Under the RTE act, parents can apporach private adie or unaided RTE quota schools also. Here the RTE quota is around 25%. The term neighborhood varies from places and cities, the department of public instructions set the eligible areas in the major cities. For example in karnatka you can locate RTE schools (http://188.8.131.52/RTE2017Demo/(S(bmq41om3ppssaqatcwnvzj1z))/RTE2015/RTElegibility.aspx).
Similarly other states would have the relavant details.
What is RTI?
The Right to Information ACt of 2005, bascially provides a pathway for responsible citizens to seek information that is under the purview of the public authorities, this basically imples that the Government ensures transparency and does not hesitate to share data that are included in the eligible list.
One can even file the application online (http://www.rtifoundationofindia.com/how-file-rti-application-2).
This guideline booklet would be useful for you if you intend to seek information under RTI (http://www.rtifoundationofindia.com/guide/1_8_2007_IR.pdf).
This is one good study of the problem of bullying in an India city (http://ijhssi.org/papers/v2(5)/version-4/F2503645.pdf).
The application form for RTI in Karnataka is enclosed (http://www.schooleducation.kar.nic.in/pdffiles/RTI-ApplicationFormat.pdf)
Bullying Research Initiative in Training and Education (BRITE) had a study done few years ago (www.rguhs.ac.in/cdc/onlinecdc/uploads/05_N073_19810.doc).
If you want figures about bullying, it would be worthwhile speaking to newspaper and news channel reporters who handle the education and school sections. These people would have good contacts in the relevant department who can help you.