In India, an individual can apply for learner’s licence through both online and offline mode. As you scroll down, you can find the steps involved in each of the processes.
Apply for Learner’s Licence Online
To apply for a learner’s licence, one must visit the Transport Website and check if it has online learner’s licence application facility. If your state’s transport allows you to file an online application, then you will be required to fill the basic information. You will be required to submit scanned copies of your address and age proof. There are few transport websites which provide you with the option to select the particular time slot for the test while the others offer you a form that you will have to submit at the nearest RTO before the test is scheduled. You can make the payment online once your test is scheduled and you will receive a receipt in your mailbox which needs to be presented during the test. Reach the RTO office or learner’s licence test facility to take the learner’s test and avoid any delay.
Apply for Learner’s Licence Offline
For the ones who want to apply for Learner’s Licence offline must follow below mentioned steps:
Get the application form and attach the photographs wherever needed
Attach your age and address proof
Ask the RTO officials to schedule your learner’s licence test at a particular date and time
One must ensure that you reach the test centre on the given date and time
Once you clear the test, your learner’s licence will be sent to your registered address
In case you are taking driving lessons from a driving school, then the school’s officials can assist you in procuring your learner’s license.
Indian Learner’s Licence Test Procedure
All the leaner’s licence applicants need to go through a test procedure that helps in testing your driving skills and also helps in examining your knowledge about traffic rules and regulations. Following are some important points regarding the test procedure in India.
Ensure that you are present early for the test i.e. at least an hour before the test begins.
For the online applicant, you will have to present the confirmation slip and pay the learner’s licence test fees before taking the test.
Also, you need to answer questions online or on paper.
If you clear the test, you can apply for a permanent driving licence 30 days after the date of issue of learner’s licence. Also, the application for a permanent driving licence must be filed within 180 days from the date of issue of the learner’s licence.
If you don’t clear the test, you can reappear again after a week