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HRTC e-governance centre opened

Posted by egovindia on June 22, 2006

HRTC e-governance centre opened
Tribune News Service
Shimla, June 21, 2006
Transport Minister G.S. Bali today inaugurated the e-governance centre at Parivahan Bhavan, here today. The Rs 1.30-crore project has been sponsored by the Department of Information Technology, Government of India.

Mr Bali said the project would enable computerisation of driving licences through a software called “saarthi” and registration of vehicles, issuance of permits, fitness certificates and enforcement of the Motor Vehicles Act, effectively. Two Regional Transport Offices, one state transport office and eight RLA offices in Kangra had been computerised.

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One Response to “HRTC e-governance centre opened”

  1. Parul Sood said

    Hi
    I need to know why the ISUZU bus booking is not available online?
    Also, I heard the online booking for HRTC buses would be available for all seats, still I see few seats available for booking. Why?
    My Suggestion is to be please increase the number of buses going to and coming from Manali to Delhi during the tourist and festival season.
    Please try to maintain good seats and AC in the TATA AC buses of HRTC, I don’t find it worth the charges paid for a normal AC bus.

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