The applicant does not need to visit the Regional Transportation Office (RTO) to apply for a student license after the application. The project can be launched in two months.
In H.T. Reporter, Hindu Times, New Delhi
Linn Published 25 June 2021 03:33 AM
A senior official said on Thursday that the public transport department is in the final stages of developing software that will allow applicants to submit their driver’s license exams from their homes and access the document without any physical interference.
“N.C.I. (National Information Center) Electronic Student Licensing Software is ready and ready. A trial and safety audit is currently underway. The agency is also trying to add a face-to-face detection system to ensure there are no proxy trials, ”the official added.
The applicant does not need to visit the Regional Transportation Office (RTO) to apply for a student license after the application. The project is expected to start in two months, he said.
After the applicant completes the test, a valid six-month e-student permit will be issued. The process requires applicants to register on the Transportation Department website, which sets a date for students to take the homework test. The applicant passes the standard online tutorial, then can take the test. Candidates must sit for a test to determine color blindness, after which the electronic student will be licensed.
The Delhi Government On June 22, the process of issuing vehicle registration certificates was decentralized, allowing car / two-wheelers to do so.