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FAQ

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 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 /4428672 Online Appointment For Driving Licencer 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 /4428672 Online Appointment For Driving Licence Reader 9.4.0 (Old Version of D1 Form Dvla /4428672 Online Appointment For Driving Licence 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 /4428672 Online Appointment For Driving Licence'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 can I register a marriage in India?
In India, the procedure for marriage registration is common for all States. There is no such separate laws for different states. In India, a marriage can be registered under either of the two Marriage Acts: the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 or the Special Marriage Act, 1954.The Hindu Marriage Act is applicable only to the Hindus, whereas the Special Marriage Act is applicable to all citizens of India. The Hindu Marriage Act provides for registration of an already solemnised marriage. It does not provide for solemnisation of a marriage by the Registrar. The Special Marriage Act provides for solemnisation of a marriage as well as registration by a Marriage Officer.Procedure to apply marriage certificate in India-Under the Hindu Marriage Act-Parties to the marriage have to apply to the Registrar in whose jurisdiction the marriage is solemnised or to the Registrar in whose jurisdiction either party to the marriage has been residing at least for six months immediately preceding the date of marriage.Fill the Application form duly signed by both husband and wife.Verification of all the documents is carried out on the date of application and a day is fixed for the appointment and communicated to the parties for registration.Both the parties have to appear before the Registrar along with their parents or guardians or other witnesses.The Certificate is issued on the same day.Documents Required-Completely filled application form signed by both husband and wife Proof of Address- Voter ID/ Ration Card/ Passport, Driving License,Proof of Date of Birth of both husband and wife 2 passport sized photographs,1 marriage photographSeparate Marriage Affidavits in prescribed format from Husband & Wife Aadhaar Card All documents must be self attested.Marriage Invitation Card.2. Under the Special Marriage Act:The parties to the intended marriage have to give a notice to the Marriage Officer in whose jurisdiction at least one of the parties has resided for not less than 30 days prior to the date of notice.If either of the parties is residing in the area of another Marriage Officer, a copy of the notice should be sent to him for similar publication.The marriage may be solemnised after the expiry of one month from the date of publication of the notice, if no objections are received.If any objections are received, the Marriage Officer has to enquire into them and take a decision either to solemnise the marriage or to refuse it.Registration will be done after solemnisation of the marriage.However, for marriage in India the bridegroom and the bride must have completed 21 years and 18 years of age respectively. Documents for both will be same.If you are in need of a top most Lawyer for Marriage Registration in Maharastra then you can reach out to Legalresolved which is an online platform where you can find solutions to your legal queries, contact lawyers for legal aid, and manage appointments with the best and topmost lawyers in your city or you can also contact us on 08929-902-903.
How can I get my driving licence number online?
Take a picture of it and post it on Facebook.I bet you can find a lot of idiots who’ve done that. (me, for instance. If I need to send someone like a lawyer an image of a piece of ID, I have to make quite sure it’s erased from the camera and disk folder afterwards, else it will get online next time I run my photo indexer. There’s a good chance anything on your phone is online on a cloud service, but that’s supposed to be private.I do in fact have my ID numbers accessible over the net, in case I’m elsewhere and need them, but they are in an encrypted store and I have to login to my server)
The Sarathi page for filling out the application form for a driving licence is not working. Does it really work for issuing a licence?
It is supoosed and meant to work. If it really does or would work is dependent on respective district RTO’s. Like most systems and the mess around it in this country, this was just another noble addition. The motive was to cut red-tapism and tout-mafia. Well, may be the intent of ones who introduced it was noble, but the ones supoosed to implement it are paid a share by the touts or local agents.You can always try to take a screenshot of the defunct website and if you have a twitter account, tag pmo and ministry of road and transport alongwith Shri Nitin Gadkari and post the same. Your problem would be addressed if all the media reports about prompt action by ministers because of twitter etc is to be believed.All the best and do share your experience.