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Driving license opened after 6 months, millions of aspirants waiting


KATHMANDU:- The Department of Transportation has opened the application for a new driver’s license after six months. Millions of citizens are waiting to get new licenses. The license had been suspended since April 29 due to Corona. The department has informed that the online application system will be open from Monday night. With the opening of the application system, it is now possible to fill the form regularly.

The daily office quota has been fixed and applications are being taken on a daily basis. The offices have decided to accept the application by setting quota according to their capacity. New applicants will now take the exam according to the number-weight system brought by the department. Arrangement has been made to ask 25 questions numbered 4, 4 in the written examination. The weight of those questions will be one hundred. According to the new provision, 60 marks will have to be brought in the written examination.

As per the new guideline, the department has made public a collection of 500 objective questions for the examination. Questions will be asked from within that. According to the new arrangement, the Department of Transport Management will now implement a score-based examination system for licenses. Currently, even if you make the same mistake in an experimental exam, you will not be able to get a license. However, in the new directory, different stages of the trial are given different points.If you bring 70 marks, you will be eligible to get a license. That is, even if you make a simple mistake, you should not be deprived of getting a license.

 

For Indian tourists travelling by land:- 72 hours (-ve) C-19 report, CCMC form and Antigen Test at entry point

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