Shock: Slots of six thousand driver license applicants canceled

Row of people in the RTO office.
– Photo: Amar Ujala Office, Bareilly

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The license creation process started in the RTO office but had to wait hours because the server went down on the first day
Server is running intermittently, only 85 learning licenses have been created, not even a permanent one

Bareilly. The RTO office has canceled the slots of more than six thousand people who have applied for a driver’s license online. Now these people have to rebook the slots. On the other hand, after about a month and a half, the process of creating learning licenses started in the RTO office on Monday, but due to the intermittent running of the server, only 85 people were able to create learning licenses in a full day. The applicants also had to stand in line for hours. A single permanent license could not be created.
People had already booked slots for the driver’s license. Meanwhile, due to the suspension of the approval process, the number of applicants continued to increase and the number of outstanding places reached six thousand. All of these slots have been canceled out of fear of server loading. After the slot was re-booked, many people were called on Monday, but had to wait for hours due to the server failure. Throughout the day, only 85 applicants were able to acquire the learning license. A single permanent license could not be created. Many people returned without a license after a long wait. The needy were called on Tuesday.
In fact, after the lockdown, all driver and study license slots in the RTO office were postponed to June 30th. With the booking of driver’s license slots, work on the exhibition of fitness was resumed from June 1, when the transition subsided. By June 20, 6,000 slots had been booked and canceled.

The covid protocol was also disregarded

On Monday, after the joint arrival of all applicants, the Kovid protocol was also violently violated. An employee disinfected the hands of people who came at the main office gate, but no one appeared to ensure that masks were worn and that people kept their distance. Let us share that in the second wave of corona infections, the meeting of the infected began from the RTO office itself.
Due to a server crash, the process of creating a living license was slow. Since the work began in all districts of the country at the same time, the server was more heavily loaded. – RP Singh, ARTO Enforcement

The license creation process started in the RTO office but had to wait hours because the server went down on the first day

Server is running intermittently, only 85 learning licenses have been created, not even a permanent one

Bareilly. The RTO office has canceled the slots of more than six thousand people who have applied for a driver’s license online. Now these people have to rebook the slots. On the other hand, after about a month and a half, the process of creating learning licenses started in the RTO office on Monday, but due to the intermittent running of the server, only 85 people were able to create learning licenses in a full day. The applicants also had to stand in line for hours. A single permanent license could not be created.

People had already booked slots for the driver’s license. Meanwhile, due to the suspension of the approval process, the number of applicants continued to increase and the number of outstanding places reached six thousand. All of these slots have been canceled out of fear of server loading. After the slot was re-booked, many people were called on Monday, but had to wait for hours due to the server failure. Throughout the day, only 85 applicants were able to acquire the learning license. A single permanent license could not be created. Many people returned without a license after a long wait. The needy were called on Tuesday.

In fact, after the lockdown, all driver and study license slots in the RTO office were postponed to June 30th. With the booking of driver’s license slots, work on the exhibition of fitness was resumed from June 1, when the transition subsided. By June 20, 6,000 slots had been booked and canceled.

The covid protocol was also disregarded

On Monday, after the joint arrival of all applicants, the Kovid protocol was also violently violated. An employee disinfected the hands of people who came at the main office gate, but no one appeared to ensure that masks were worn and that people kept their distance. Let us share that in the second wave of corona infections, the meeting of the infected began from the RTO office itself.

Due to a server crash, the process of creating a living license was slow. Since the work began in all districts of the country at the same time, the server was more heavily loaded. – RP Singh, ARTO Enforcement

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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