RTO: Online driving test reduced to 25% | Nashik News


Nashik: The Nashik Regional Transportation Bureau (RTO), in view of the increase in Covid-19 cases and downsizing, has decided to bring back the number of applicants coming for driver’s license tests and learner’s permit at 25% of the current quota.
Bharat Kalaskar, regional transport manager, said: “It has been decided to reduce the number of candidates called daily for tests. Nashik RTO’s workforce has already been reduced to 50% in accordance with government orders. Therefore, it is also necessary to reduce the number of people coming to RTO for their routine work.
The Nashik RTO assists with approximately 200 driver’s license review requests and 200 learner’s license review requests daily. Thus, the objective is to reduce it to 25%. The online appointment booking process for only 100 candidates and on a daily basis is being initiated and in parallel, it is also being developed to reschedule the appointments of candidates who have already received an appointment. you.
Kalaskar said in the near future that they plan to have each person make an online appointment for any work before they come to RTO in order to regularize the influx of people coming to the office.
In a context of a growing number of candidates who did not get an appointment to sit for the driver’s license tests, the Nashik RTO had recently kept the office in operation on a public holiday and about a hundred candidates took advantage of it and took advantage of it. are presented for testing.


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