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State Transport Authority has decided to resume skill test for DL and computerized LL test

Bhubaneswar:9/98/20: The State Transport Authority has decided to resume skill test for DL and computerized LL test with strict observance of social distancing norms.

In a letter, K.C. Muduli, Under Secretary to Government, said “I am directed to say that Government has been pleased to allow the resumption of skill test for D.L. & computerized L.L test.”

“While conducting the above activity, safety protocols such as maintaining physical distancing, use of face mask, no spitting at a public place, etc. are to be maintained and guidelines issued by H&FW Department for workplace need to be followed,” the official said.

The Transport Commissioner has been authorised to issue necessary operational guidelines for conduct of DL/LL test and decide the number of persons to be called for such tests in a day in a staggered way keeping in view the physical distancing norms.

It is worth mentioning that the DL and LL tests were suspended due to coronavirus outbreak.

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