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The RTI query put up by president of Shiv Sena youth wing Yuva Sena district Nitin Tiwari brought to fore that AMVI Mangesh Rathod conducted 7,000 tests, which means 318 per day, in January 2018 which had only 22 working days.
The official timing for conducting learner’s licence test is between 11am and 4pm. A software STALL is used to conduct the tests. The city RTO office’s IP address is but as per the RTI reply, a large number of tests were conducted after office hours from other IP addresses.

The assistant motor vehicle inspectors (AMVIs) posted at Nagpur city RTO office in Giripeth have performed the improbable task of conducting learner’s licence test after the office hours and also during government holidays. Moreover, most of the tests were conducted from different IP addresses other than the office IP address, informed Nagpur city Regional Transport Office while replying to a Right to Information (RTI) query.
The Maharashtra Transport Department (MTD) has introduced online application for issuing learning licence through website Parivahan for public convenience and to minimize scope for middlemen and corruption at RTO. The Nagpur city RTO was allotted 264 slots per day for learning licence tests.

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