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Sunday, 13 January 2019

RTO RULES , Such A Good News For The Drivers Of Gujarat, The Government Increased The Period

RTO RULES , Such A Good News For The Drivers Of Gujarat, The Government Increased The Period

This is a list of the Indian Regional Transport Offices and the assigned codes for vehicle registration. These are broken down to states  or Union Territories and their districts.

The offices are all belonging to a certain type:

ARTO : Additional Transport Office
AssRTO : Assistant Regional Transport Office
DTC : Deputy Transport Commissioner
DTO : District Transport Office
DyDZO : Deputy Directorate Zonal Office
DyRTO : Deputy Regional Transport Office
JTC : Joint Transport Commissioner
LA : Licensing Authority
MVI : Motor Vehicle Inspector
PVD : Public Vehicles Department
RLA : Regional Licensing Authority
RTA : Regional Transport Authority
RTO : Regional Transport Office
SDivO : Subdivisional Office
SDM : Subdivisional Magistrate
SRTO : Subdivisional Regional Transport Office
STA : State Transport Authority
UO : Unit Office
WIAA : Western India Automobile Association

A registered training organisation (RTO), in Australia, is an organisation providing Vocational Education and Training (VET) to students, resulting in qualifications or statements of attainment that are recognised and accepted by industry and other educational institutions throughout Australia.

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There are almost 5000 RTOs in Australia, providing training across a wide range of subject areas including traditional trades, advanced technical training, para-professional and professional studies, as well as pre-employment and basic skills programs.[1]

[2]RTOs may be government (state or territory) or privately owned organisations. All RTOs in Australia and the qualifications they are registered to deliver are listed on, the national register that replaced the National Training Information Service (NTIS) in 2011.

[3]To become registered as an RTO, an organisation must apply to the regulatory body under whose jurisdiction it falls. Depending on the organisation's main location and the student cohorts to whom it intends to provide training and assessment services, its regulatory body will be:
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