Mangaluru Regional Transport Office lacks sufficient staff


Team Udayavani, Jun 15, 2018, 12:56 PM IST

Mangaluru: Mangaluru Regional Transport Office is facing a crisis where less than 30 employees are serving at one of the busiest RTO in state.

It has been reported that, on a daily basis, Mangaluru RTO receives around 2000 applications for registration, license, NOC, permit and others. The office currently has 30 staff, who is trying to finish the workload of 98 staff.

There are 6 senior inspectors while sanctioned posts are seven, 3 inspectors working while there needs to be 12. RTO and Assistant RTO posts are lying vacant since three years. There are 13 sanctioned posts for first division assistant but only 5 are working, while there are 33 sanctioned posts for second division assistant but only 6 are employed. Three superintendents are sanctioned but one superintendent is handling five sections at Mangaluru RTO. While there is a requirement of two treasury officers, only one is doing the job.

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