In order to help and facilitate people who are computer illiterate driving license applicants, the City Traffic Police of Rawalpindi has decided to conduct training sessions to educate computer illiterate applicants who are applying for a new driving license.
The training sessions will provide at least four-hour long free computer class to the applicants on every Saturday and Friday of the week. The applicants will be given classes on traffic signs and other traffic laws.
The spokesperson from CTP said that they intend to make traffic sign testing more transparent and the CTP Rawalpindi has just introduced a computerized traffic sign testing system for Light Traffic Vehicles and Heavy Traffic Vehicles driving license.
Anyone who would want to acquire a license will have to go through this computer-based testing system. Seeing that there are many people who are computer illiterate, CTP wants to help them understand the system by giving them these classes.
The police hope that a four-hour long class will be enough to train people about the test and they should easily be able to clear it.