Driving licence: Computerised written exams from May

2018-03-10 20:05:56

The written examination for applicants of driving licences will be computerised from May, Transport Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva said.

He said he had instructed the DMT to streamline the examinations process.

“I have directed the Commissioners to begin computerized examinations at least by May 3,” he said.

DMT officials said fresh questions would be automatically generated by the system on a daily basis and results issued instantly.

“We must also think of new ways of issuing medical reports, for applicants of driving licences,” an official said. (Chaturanga Samarawickrama)

  Comments - 6

  • bigmama Saturday, 10 March 2018 20:35

    Sleep deprivation is a major cause of motor vehicle accidents. Sure he will bring the right solution.

    Reply : 0       39

    King Kosala Saturday, 10 March 2018 21:39

    He would have been controlled his diet from the beginning of his parliament carrier but now it is too late to think about it.

    Reply : 3       10

    Ranga Saturday, 10 March 2018 21:48

    Typical third world country run by fifth world politicians. Copying every idea from Former Colonial Master Britain.No Independent Thinkig.

    Reply : 20       14

    Bus Driver Sunday, 11 March 2018 12:13

    Newly imported CTB buses with minor repairs have laying on yards without proper inspections.

    Reply : 0       2

    Sambo Sunday, 11 March 2018 17:57

    Mr. minister we cannot believe a word you say. Have you just woken up from your slumber again and made these remarks. Can you remember some time back you said since November 1 2017 all three wheelers should have meters and even give a receipt to the customer. What happened to it. Have you gone to the streets and checked it out.

    Reply : 1       11

    rih Monday, 12 March 2018 16:14

    Should Plan ICT training as well to the department

    Reply : 0       0

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