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Over 50% applicants fail driving test in Chandigarh

Over 50% applicants fail driving test in Chandigarh

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Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, February 2

More than half of the applicants have failed the test for driving licence in the city in the month of January this year.

A majority of candidates failed on various parameters such as ‘reverse’, as many applicants could not reverse properly within the given track. The others failed at the “U-turn”, “gradient” and “hairpin” sections.

According to the Registering and Licensing Authority (RLA), 765 of the total 1,516 applicants who took the test could not secure the pass marks.

The driving track has been made and designed scientifically by the Central Institute of Road Transport (CIRT), Pune.

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