NT: Nepal: Driving permit candidates were compelled to return home blue today, as the server of Department of Transport Management stayed down.
Despite the fact that the server issue was constrained to Bagmati Zonal Transport Management Office until Monday, the servers of all Transport Management Offices smashed today, bringing the driving permit dispersion the nation over to a dramatic end. The driving permit dispersion, which had been stopped for nearby level decisions, continued from Sunday interestingly since June 21. Yet, the server of Ekantakuna-based Bagmati Zonal Transport Management Office has been influenced since Sunday itself, which has left candidates looking for benefit from the workplace stranded.
Candidates in the Valley had gone by the Bagmati Zonal Transport Management Office today to present their applications physically. Nonetheless, when the authorities declined to acknowledge manual applications, benefit searchers arranged a challenge and even locked government authorities inside the workplace for quite a while requesting prompt resumption of administration.
Authorities of Bagmati Zonal Transport Management Office conceded that the server had smashed more than 50 times since the DoTM presented online enrollment of driving licenses in January. In any case, in spite of confronting rehashed issues because of the server, government authorities appear to be less excited about finding an enduring arrangement. One authority of Bagmati Zonal Transport Management Office looked to pass the buck saying ‘the server is controlled by an Indian firm — Madras Printer’. “The DoTM should ask the organization to guarantee viable server,” he stated, while looking for namelessness.
In the interim, Tej Narayan Yadav, head of Ekantakuna-based Transport Management Office, said steps have been taken to build limit of the server. “Since the quantity of utilizations have heaped up at Bagmati Zonal Office, we will begin taking new applications just from Sunday. Be that as it may, the various workplaces under DoTM will begin tolerating applications and issuing licenses from Wednesday.”
News taken from THT.