Ahmedabad News Roundup| From GTU’s academic calendar to RTO’s data mishap & more

Ahmedabad News Roundup| From GTU’s academic calendar to RTO’s data mishap & more

Catch the latest news and updates of Ahmedabad here.

Discover the latest updates of the city, from GTU's unveiling of the new academic calendar to RTO's data mishap causing problems for license holders, and AMC's 'Swachh Bharat' awareness campaign. Get a quick summary of the today's news in the Ahmedabad News Roundup.

RTO data glitch creates hassles for owners of older vehicles

The RTO's mishandling of data for vehicles aged 15 years or older has left owners of old vehicles in Ahmedabad grappling with unexpected complexities when seeking re-registration. To renew registrations for their old vehicles, individuals now find themselves making repeated visits to the RTO. Insider reports suggest that the RTO is demanding additional documents and affidavits from vehicle owners.

GTU announces academic calendar with exam result dates

On Friday, GTU revealed its academic calendar for the year, featuring crucial dates such as the beginning and end of the academic session, as well as tentative exam schedules. What's new is the inclusion of anticipated exam result dates, a move aimed at ensuring timely result announcements and streamlining university operations.

Ahmedabad launches Swachh Bharat Awareness Campaign with 'Indian Cleanliness League'

As part of the Swachh Bharat Mission, a public awareness campaign commenced on September 15 and will run until October 2 in Ahmedabad. Mayor Pratibha Jain will inaugurate the "Indian Cleanliness League" in Kankaria. The municipal corporation has planned a series of events over 15 days to encourage citizens to segregate dry and wet waste, reduce single-use plastic usage, and more.

AMC plans tree plantation and medical camps for Prime Minister's birthday

On September 17, the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation has organized various programs in celebration of the Prime Minister's birthday. Activities include tree plantation drives and medical camps. A remarkable initiative aims to plant a total of 100,000 trees across 13 different locations in the city in a single day.

To get all the latest content, download our mobile application. Available for both iOS & Android devices.