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Computerized learning licence test starts at Nagpur RTO

Finally Nagpur’s Regional Transport Office (RTO) has Computerized test for learning license. It took close to 6 months to get the fully computerized system for issuing learning license.

Shelke informed that the computersied test facility has been created in the existing building in a separate hall with 30 computers installed in the room. The test programme was launched for citizens only after conducting demonstrations for almost 15 days.


Finally Nagpur’s Regional Transport Office (RTO) has Computerized test for learning license. It took close to 6 months to get the fully computerized system for issuing learning license.

Shelke informed that the computersied test facility has been created in the existing building in a separate hall with 30 computers installed in the room. The test programme was launched for citizens only after conducting demonstrations for almost 15 days.

An applicant will have to go through 10 questions, and has to get 6 answers right in order to qualify. If failed, then he has to re-appear for exam within a week. If a candidate fails for 3 times, then he will have to re-apply by submitting the form again.

A senior RTO official, requesting anonymity, further informed that after computerization of e-licence test, state government has plans to start ‘learners licence at your door step’ scheme soon. Candidates seeking learner’s licence will not be required to visit RTO office as mobile vans will take an online test at your doorstep.

The official informed that chief minister Prithviraj Chavan had already asked all RTOs to start the mobile service in various districts. The mobile vans can be parked outside city colleges or in thickly populated localities to provide computerized facility to issue licence (with photograph) on the very same day. “It will further save time,” he stated.

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