Mohsin Naqvi launched an Online Learner Driving License app

Mohsin Naqvi launched an Online Learner Driving License app

Mohsin Naqvi launched an Online Learner Driving License app

Punjab Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi officially launched an online learner driving license app. It will improve the licensing process of Punjab province.

The Punjab government has developed an online method for obtaining a learner driving license across the province to make it easier for citizens.

The development comes after a crowd was seen at license-issuing offices. CM Mohsin ordered this service launch after visiting many offices in Lahore. He received public concerns regarding networking challenges and delayed processes which led him to launch an online driving license app..

Residents can now apply at patrol posts, Khidmat Markaz, and police headquarters using the newly launched mobile application named “Online Learner Web App.”

CM Mohsin said we’ve gone digital to make getting a learner’s license easier. You can now apply online using the Punjab Police app. This service is also available at 737 police stations and all Khidmat Marakiz around the province.

Mohsin Naqvi launched an Online Learner Driving License app

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The Chief Minister also praised the work of IG and PITB officials and stated that the licensing facility would be available at patrol posts, service centers, and police stations.

Mohsin Naqvi stated that residents will now be able to obtain a learning driving license while sitting at home using the learner’s driving license app. He noted that learner’s certification services will be available at police stations’ front desks.

How to Apply Online for a Learner’s License

  • Create an account on the DLIMS licensing website.
  • Fill out the application form.
  • Upload documents.
  • Generate payment slip ID and pay through ATM, online banking, or mobile banking channels.

Documents Required for Online Application

  • Applicant’s picture.
  • Scanned copy/picture of original CNIC’s front and back.
  • A medical certificate signed by a government doctor in case age is above 50 years.

It is important to note that the provincial cabinet already approved a significant increase in learner’s driving license fees. The charge has been raised from Rs. 60 to Rs. 1000, representing a 1566% increase.

Citizens, on the other hand, could make their licenses at the current fee until December 31. A new pricing system will be implemented on January 1, 2024.

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