In the coming days, you can get a discount from the driving test to get a driving license. However, the condition will be that you will have to successfully complete the training of driving from a recognized driving center. Actually, the Ministry of Road, Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has issued a draft notification regarding Accredited Driver Training Centers. According to the draft, if a person successfully completes driving training from these accredited centers, then he / she will be exempted from driving test while applying for a driving license.
The Ministry of Road and Transport says that this step will enable the transport industry to get skilled drivers. This will increase capacity as well as reduce cases of road accidents.
Ministry has issued draft notification vide GSR 57(E) dated 29 Jan 2021 regarding accredited driver training center. In order to impart quality driver training to the citizens.
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Quality training will be arranged!
There is an important question in this, will the quality of driving training from recognized centers be so good that it can meet every standard? In view of this, the Ministry has proposed such requirements and actions, which will be mandatory to complete and follow these centres. That is, those who successfully complete the dining training from standardized centers will be exempted from the test while applying for a driving license.
The motive to reduce road accidents
The Ministry of Road, Transport and Highways aims to reduce the number of road accidents by half by 2025. During the meeting of the National Road Safety Council, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari had said that reducing road accidents is not a gradual process and it should be taken on top priority immediately. Gadkari also said that there is a need to increase awareness about road safety standards. The Ministry is celebrating Road Safety Month from 1 January to 17 February 2021. During this time, many awareness programs are being organized on road safety.