Yelahanka RTO goes paperless

Yelahanka RTO goes paperless

The Regional Transport Office (RTO) located in Yelahanka has gone completely paperless and online in issuing of learning licence (LL) and driving licence (DL) from Thursday as it implemented Sarathi-4 software.

Sarathi-4 software allows LL and DL seekers manage the entire process online such as filing of application, paying the prescribed fee, uploading photos and even slots can be booked for the driving skill test without visiting the RTO.

In a formal programme at the Yelahanka RTO, Transport Minister Ramalinga Reddy has inaugurated the service to the public. The service will be extended to other districts in a phased manner. In this service, applicants can take the printout of the LL themselves  once they pass the driving skill and written test.

As the Yelahanka RTOhas fewer staff, it was chosen for the piloting of the Sarathi-4. On an average 60 to 80 persons apply for the LL and the same number of people apply for the DL every day.

The applicants are not required to produce either photocopy of the documents or printout of the online-filled application as the entire process is online. What they need to do it to produce the acknowledgement number received on their registered phone number while appearing for the skill test.

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