Odisha government simplifies Learner License process

Nov 22 2020 10:36 PM
Odisha government simplifies Learner License process

Odisha government has simplified the process to obtain Learner Licence (LL) and introduced new document uploading facility in Sarathi portal dispensing with paper-based transactions. As per the government circular issued on Friday, the Sarathi-4 portal will have the option for online uploading of documents in electronic form and all documents need to be converted to PDF/JPEG within the size of 200 kb.

There is no need to submit the blood group report at the time of document verification though it is mentioned in the acknowledgement slip and appointment slip to produce the same. They will only mention the blood group in the application form. Aadhaar card containing address and date of birth is enough and separate documents for address and age proof are not required. The applicants have to download the declaration form, fill up the same, sign and scan before uploading it in the portal. A copy of medical certificate is to be uploaded whenever necessary.

The applicant have to remain present in person with original documents 45 minutes before the appointment slot and time for capturing bio-metrics and verification of documents. No need to submit the printed application form and hard copy of payment receipt enhancing the paperless work. They can show SMS mentioning application number during scrutiny of documents. No need to produce the printed appointment slip for LL/DL slot booking at the time of LL test, the applicants need to bring the printout of slot booking slip for DL test. The order will come into effect from February 1 next year.

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