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How do I get an international driver's licence from India? In which all countries would it be valid?
I went through the process for obtaining IDP (International Driving Permit) in Jayanagar RTO, Bangalore in last week of May, 2017. The process has completely changed from the ones mentioned earlier in this thread. As of today the process is a mix of online application and offline processes. I’m sharing the process I had to undergo to get mine.Step 1 - The application has to be made online at Sarathi Service, the left had menu doesn't list IDP explicitly under “Apply Online” its inside the cryptically named “Services on Driving Licence”. On clicking the link & clicking “continue” it will take you to a page which asks for your DL Number. In Karnataka (KA) we have alpha numeric DL number. It took couple of try’s for me to figure out that you have to enter the complete alpha numeric DL number. I guess the system is designed to be linked to a database with all the DL details, as of last week KA’s DL details were not uploaded by GoK to the Sarathi site! So it threw a funny message saying “Do DL backdate entry”. I had to visit the RTO physically & told the section officer (the sites helplines are useless), he took a copy of my DL and did the data entry manually into Sarathi System. After coming back to home & trying again, the system started showing my details & allowed to choose the service I want to avail. Looks like applications for a whole host of services are to made online first.Step 2 - Fill the online application form. Ok, its not a single app form, it has 4 sub-steps!For COV grades I selected the second option, which is for a car, first one is for motorcyclesUploading the documents - visa, passport (first & last page of current passport) & driving license for which IDP is needed, scan / photo needs to be uploaded. They have allowed 1MB each file size to be uploaded, so no problem as such. But be careful the usability is not that great so always keep the tab active & checking if some prompt is being shown to you. After uploading, the user is supposed to confirm it!Uploading of applicants photo & signature was the most painful one! Yes, you have to sign on a piece of paper and then scan/photo upload it. Don’t ask! BTW this whole step is total waste as they expect you to physically go to RTO for photo & signature latter in the process! Getting the photo to less than 20kb & ONLY in jpeg, was such a pain. But thanks to it have learnt a neat trick of how to do it without using any online or other tool! this works only of Mac, refer to my answer .Don’t worry for the crazy instructions given. Its humanly impossible to follow those, even for my Visa application it was much simpler. Just ensure the pic is below 20kb!Next is the most tricky part which kept me awake till midnight! Payment of fees, the damn UI, UX & payment gateway are so bad that I kept getting multiple errors. Apparently if you select different states details by mistake & make payment they don’t take any responsibility! I was told latter by the section officer that its no necessary to pay online. If you just fill your application online & take details to RTO, you can pay by cash at the counter. After multiple attempts i somehow managed to make the payment. BTW if you initiate a payment & encounter error the system takes its own sweet time to update the records as failure. For me even after 6 hours it kept saying “payment under process” & didn’t allow me to make another payment. I had to delete the application & redo the whole thing! luckily I was able to make payment at 1 AM! I feel the KA Govt. payment gateway (yes, they connect you each states own payment gateway!) has problem.The important thing to note in this step is to actually note down the application nos. which is displayed when you fill the details . This is the reference number to be used just incase you are not able to make online payment & follow-up for it off-line. The other thing is to download & printout the challan (receipt) which you get after making payment on the payment gateway.Step 3 - After you are done making all the payments, the application shows that forms are ready to be printed! However other than generating the acknowledgement, the other forms don’t get printed. They show an exception error, associated with the Jasper Report server which they use for generating the PDFs. Don’t panic, just take the printout of the acknowledgement or just take the application reference number to RTO. They expect you to go in person & submit the following:Show & take a photocopy of 1) original passport 2) valid Visa 3) airline ticket & 4) medical certificate (Yes!, now they refused to accept a private doctors certificate. Only a Govt. hospital doctor can certify. I guess you will find lot of willing agents hanging around the RTO to get this done for a fee (mine charged Rs. 200/-) 5) 2 passport size photos 6) Driving LicenceIDP is issued in the permit section of the RTO. In Jayanagar RTO its counter number 11.Since my address on passport & driving licence didn’t match the RTO guy asked me to submit an affidavit stating both the address are same & one on driving license is valid. You can get the template readily available with some of the notary agents , like i found in JYN sub-registrars office for Rs. 180 each. I guess the same needs to be done if any other (Name, DOB) details don’t match between DL & passport!All the paper work along with the forms, fees paid challan have to be submitted to RTO. Your photograph & signature is electronically captured by the biometric guys in RTO! (no use of ur uploads!) . This despite the fact that they already have all my biometrics attached with my DL & already in their system!NOTE: If you want IDP, it will require your physical presence in RTO for at-least 3–4 hours!They push your application electronically in a workflow on the same website where you filled-in the details. In my case all worked fine ( internet & the website!) wonder whats happens if any of them don’t work.The last time around, about 5 years back, all was on paper & didn’t warrant physically going to RTO.Step 4 - In Karnataka due to the Service Guarantee Act IDP has to be issued within 7 days. I got my IDP printout with my photo & all the other details printed on an A4 sheet paper. Its not a handwritten booklet which we used to get earlier.
How many days does it take to get permanent driving licence after taking tests in Maharashtra?
I want to share my personal experience, I gave my Online Test (for Learner's License) on 22 February 2019,on 23 March I received the message which stated that 30 Days have completed since you got Learner's License now you can apply for Driving License . After recieving the message I started the further procedure. I Booked the appointment on 29 march 2019 which was scheduled on 6 may 2019(my university exam got postponed and both clashed on same day) I went there gave my test got cleared , but I couldn't submit it on that day because I had to head towards Exam directly from the Test Ground.I Submitted my documents on 7 may then I was waiting to receive the message of approval of Driving Licence, It normally takes couple of days if everything goes well .But I didn't receive any even after a week, and throughout the time kept checking the online status through application number. Then after a lot of requests to my friend who works there, I said Tel Lene Gaya.I went personally to look after my application yesterday (24 may 2019). I went,showed the receipt to the clerk. He asked me to search my application in the tray (full of pending application) I found mine and took it to him. He told me that my Application was not Verified by the inspector who conducted my test. He instructed me to get it done by the officer, thus I went to the Test Ground, showed my documents to the officer got it verified and submitted it back to the clerk (on window no. 26) after doing all this only I received the message of approval of licence and now I am waiting to get it in my hands. Thus, I suggest everyone to keep a follow up with the application and keep on checking the status online because it can happen to you too.I did all this at Vashi RTO,Navi Mumbai (MH 43)
How do I apply for an international driving license in India?
I recenlty applied for IDP at Pune RTO and thanks to Modi getting everything online, the process is really easy and you’ll get the IDP on same day evening or in 2–3 days…I’m attaching 2 images of the process to get IDP (below).Go online at parivahan.gov.in - online services - Driving License Related Services - select your stateThen on apply online (at left) - Services on driving license - continue - Fill details and proceed (ADDRESS ON PASSPORT AND LICENSE SHOULD BE SAME, SO IF IT IS DIFFERENT, SELECT 2 SERVICES, IDP AND CHANGE IN DL)Enter mobile no, aadhar no, blood group etc. and confirmSelect services and proceedFill forms, upload required documents and make payment of Rs.1000 for IDP and Rs.1200 for IDP + Change in addresstake print out of payment receipt,pre filled form which will include form 1 and form 1A, get it filled and signed from any MBBS doctor, supporting documents uploaded and self attest it.Take the bunch to RTO with original Passport, Visa, License in between 10.30–2.30 get it signed from the officer and submit itGo with your receipt to collect it from RTO in the evening
How can I get a driving licence in Bangalore?
I will summarise the entire process of getting a driving licence in Bangalore. Without Broker / agent or any driving school. Before starting, here is the checklist:No matter wherever you are in Bangalore, choose KR Puram RTO (https://goo.gl/maps/fKCEV) for getting your driving licence. Personnels there are a thousand times more civilised and honest than others. I visited Koramangala RTO first, which is ruined by agents and corrupt officials.You'll first need to apply for learning driving licence. After one month, you can apply for permanent driving licence.You would need an age proof and address proof, along with corresponding originals documents.Common age proofs- 10th class marksheet or PAN card. Address Proof is complicated. If you are an outsider, staying in a rented apartment, then you would compulsorily need 2 address proofs, both for your local address as well as your permanent address.Local address proof- A rental agreement carrying your name as "tenant" and your landlord's name as "owner", along with electricity bill in your owner's name will suffice. Visit Kormangala's BDA complex (https://goo.gl/maps/aeunM) to get your rental agreement for about Rs 170/-Permanent Address proof- Your Voter card or Passport mentioning your permanent address would suffice. If you are a localite, i.e, your permanent address is same as local address, then only permanent address alone will suffice. Check this page for comprehensive list on address and age proofs- https://sarathi.nic.in:8443/nrpo...You would need a few passport sized photographs.Preparations (Location- Your home)You'll first need to fill an online form for licence. Its a PDF form, that generates an application number. It only works in Windows with IE and D1 Form Dvla /4425104 Driving Licence Form 2r reader. Mac wont work, Ubuntu wont work, http://browserstack.com wont work. I used a VM created in Parallels (on Mac) to create the following cheapest possible environment (in terms of memory and labour required) that works - 1) Windows XP service Pack 3, 2) Internet Explorer 7.0.5730.133) D1 Form Dvla /4425104 Driving Licence Form 2 Reader 9.4.0 (Old Version of D1 Form Dvla /4425104 Driving Licence Form 2 Reader 9.4.0 Download - OldApps.com - 26.35 Mbs).Open IE and visit http://www.rto.kar.nic.in . Click on "License e-Services". Hopefully you'll be taken to https://sarathi.nic.in:8443/nrpo... (if they dont change the port number, etc). Accept any security confirmation if prompted.Click on "Issue of a Learning Licence to me" which should take to https://sarathi.nic.in:8443/UF/p... . Enable D1 Form Dvla /4425104 Driving Licence Form 2's browser plugin to render this PDF on IE. You should get a form like:If you have to apply for both 2 wheeler and Car, check (2) "MOTOR CYCLE WITH GEAR (NON TRANSPORT)-(MCWG )" and (4) "LMV-NT-CAR-(LMV   )"After filling the complete form, click on "Submit". You should see this message:Note down the application number. Now go back to homepage and click "Print Application Form" https://sarathi.nic.in:8443/nrpo.... Fill details, save and print the form. Stick your photo.Buy a brown paper folder with ribbon (compulsory). Collate the application form as printed in step 9, Age Proof, Permanent address proof and Local address proof (if applicable). Tie all papers with the ribbon, and write your name, application number and date of birth on top of the folder.Exam preparations. You'll be asked 5-10 random questions on traffic signs (maybe oral or written). Prepare these 3 sections:Mandatory Signs - http://www.rto.kar.nic.in/signs/...Cautionary Signs - http://www.rto.kar.nic.in/signs/... Informatory Signs - http://www.rto.kar.nic.in/signs/... Do prepare them well. You will be rejected if you dont pass the oral exam. (I was rejected, then I had to re-appear the next day.)We are now set to visit KR Puram RTO.In-Person Visit (Location- KR Puram RTO, Time 9:30am)Try to visit RTO before 10am. You'll finish the entire procedure in less than 20 mins.Visit the Challan counter (counter "3", if they didn't change it), submit your brown folder, with application number. You need to pay Rs 30 for each vehicle type. For Car + Bike pay only 60/- (Carry change. They refused to accept my 100 rupee note.) Tie the challan on top of other pages.Visit 1st floor. The signing officer will tally your originals with Xeroxes and approve the documents if found in order.Visit room number 2, for the Oral/written exam. The RTO inspector will ask you to explain 5-10 random signs. If you pass the exam, he'll approve your file and keep it with himself.If you fail the exam, dont panic. Your folder will be returned back to you and you'll need to re-appear for exam, the very next day. Before appearing for exam, you'll need to re-visit the signing officer (step 3). He'll stamp your file with new date. Then you can proceed for your exam.Visit after 2 working days after 3pm. Carry your ID proof. The inspector will search you file, stick your photos and handover you learning licences (2 A4 sheets- one for Car, another for geared 2-wheeler). Total cost- Rs 60/- Total RTO Visits required- 2Time Invested- 4-5 hours (including form filling and visits)I have not completed 1 month yet, so haven't appeared for Permanent licence. Will update the answer once I do so.
How do I get the educational loan for my higher studies?
MS applicants spend considerable time and resources preparing for the GRE, shortlisting and applying to schools, and choosing a final school (when lucky enough to receive multiple admits).The best idea is to gain an understanding of financing options while preparing applications and waiting for University responses. Knowing the options empowers MS aspirants to make the best decisions for the academic and financial futures.Type of Loans-Public sector banks: Collateral loansA number of banks offer education loans with collateral for MS studies abroad. Key features of such loan offers include:Up to 90% CoA cover. In some countries, the remaining 10% must be paid up front into the bank by the borrower, this is sometimes known as margin money.A variable interest rate of ~10.5%. In some cases, a discount may be applied for taking insurance against the loan. For, example, you may receive a 0.5% discount for such insurance although this is still an additional cost which factors into the total cost of a loan.In some countries, public sector banks require both collateral and a co-signer for loans. It’s important to be prepared for extensive paperwork and a long loan approval period.While it’s not a universal norm, the collateral requested in some countries requires a parental property to be put on the line - an option that isn’t available to everyone.Non-Banking Financial Corporation (NBFCs): co-signer loansNBFCs in some countries are enabled to provide financing for international education. Typical features of these loan offers include:An offer of up to 100% CoA cover, though a co-signer is always required, and collateral is often required for high-value loans.A proprietary interest rate which isn’t defined by a governing financial institute. It’s important to understand the full cost of any loan (including factors in hidden fees like loan sanction letter fee and currency conversion charges) to enable loan comparison.Loans might be assessed on the basis of co-signer credit score, as well as their salary and other credentials. This can be a real challenge for MS applicants whose co-signers are retired or have not built their credit histories.International lenders: No co-signer, collateral-free loansSome lenders, such as Prodigy Finance, provide loans to international students, often in the currency of the study destination country. Key features of such loan offers include:Loan cover up to 100% CoA without collateral or co-signers, these are merit-based loans provided on the basis of admission to a top-ranked international school.Customized interest rates that have a fixed component and a variable component – which is often the LIBOR rate of the loan currency.Online application processes that are often quicker than other loan providers - and typically more transparent as well.Prodigy Finance’s future earnings model assess your potential based on your post-masters income and career direction.In addition to no co-signer, collateral-free loans, Prodigy Finance borrowers are also eligible for value-added benefits like scholarships and careers support.Keep in mind that every loan offer has its own merits - and you should consider all of your options carefully. This quick guide is just a jumping off point to get you started. Education is an investment and study loans are a commitment, you’ll want to consider the future as well as the present because that acceptance letter is just the beginning.Want to see the terms Prodigy Finance can offer you?Applying for Prodigy Finance’s no-cosigner, collateral-free loans takes just 30 minutes. And, with no obligation to accept a provisional loan offer, there’s no reason to wait.Check more about Prodigy Finance- Prodigy Finance Answers your Top 10 Education-Loan Questions | YocketYou can decide about which type of Educational Loan you want as per your requirements.Share and upvote if helpful.
How do I apply for a learners licence online in Bengaluru?
This is from my experience of applying for LL in Bangalore in January 2018. The process is quite simple and easy if you are mindful of the facts, know the whatabouts and howabouts, and tick all the checkboxes before visiting a RTO. It is not done entirely online.I have got my LL done from RTO Koramangala (KA 01) so these instructions would be more suitable if you are visiting the same.STEP1: Fill up application onlineI. Go to parivahan.gov.in and select “Driving Licence Related Services” from the two options appearing in the middle of the page. Which will take you to another page (most likely it will open another tab in your browser)II. Select your state from the drop down menu.III. Select “Apply Online” and then “New Learner’s Licence” from the drop down menu. Then follow the instructions given in the page.Important Note: Fill up the application with your name axactly as in your documents. Upload one document for address proof and the other for date of birth proof. They do not consider the same document for both address and DOB verification even though there is mention of DOB. You must produce originals of the documents you have submitted online when you visit the RTO in person. A passport size photo and your signature(separately) need to be uploaded (max size 20kb). Form1 needs to be filled, marked up, signed, scanned and uploaded. You need not print the Form1 to markup and sign. I have done all on my iPad. It is also possible from any computer. Blank Form1 is available in the ‘upload documents’ section for download. Make sure you have booked the test slot for the day you will visit the RTO. In cases of visiting multiple times make sure test slot is booked for that particular day again. You might face some running-arounds if you fail to do so.DO NOT PAY ONLINE. The payment gateway does NOT work! It will be very difficult or impossible to get it refunded.STEP2: Visit RTO in personI. Get copies of the online application and the online submitted documents and staple them into one pile.II. Provide the application pile to the first counter(netted counter) and make payment when asked. They will staple a challan into your application and hand it back to you.III. Take the application to the counter which they would have instructed you to go to and handover to the person sitting there, who will give you a token number in return. Remember the number.IV. Queue up and wait until your token number is called.V. Enter and walk up to the officer’s desk when called and provide the originals of the documents submitted.VI. Wait outside until one of them comes out and calls out your number and hand you the signed application and send you for LL test.VII. Queue up for test as instructed by the instructor.VIII. Appear for test. Once you are done they will send you home saying “you will receive an SMS”After couple of hours you will receive the SMS notifying you of the approval of your LL. Wait for couple of days to download the printable licence you have been waiting for.Get a printout and there’s your New Learner’s Licence!Thanks and happy driving!! : )