How to Apply for Learning Licence in Sikkim

How to Apply for a Learner’s License in Sikkim

The procedure to apply for a Learner’s Licence (LL) in Sikkim is simple and can be completed online or by visiting the nearest Regional Transport Office (RTO). In case you lose the license, you can apply for a duplicate license by visiting the RTO as well.

Procedure to Apply for a Learner’s License in Sikkim – Online

The procedure to apply for a learner’s license online is mentioned below:

  • Visit parivahan.gov.
  • Click on ‘Online Services’.
  • Click on ‘Driving License Related Services’.
  • Next, select the state. In this case, choose Sikkim.
  • Click on ‘Apply for Learner License’.
  • Next, click on ‘Continue’.
  • Next, choose ‘Applicant does not hold Driving/ Learner License’. Select the category as well.
  • Click on ‘Submit’.
  • Next, you will need to enter the personal, address, and vehicle details.
  • Click on ‘Submit’.
  • Next, you will need to upload the relevant documents.
  • Next, the slot must be selected.
  • You will need to visit the RTO on the date you have selected.
  • A learner’s license will be provided once you pass the test.

Procedure to Apply for a Learner’s License in Sikkim – Offline

The procedure to apply for a learner’s license offline is mentioned below:

  • Visit the RTO.
  • Submit the application form along with the relevant documents.
  • Next, the fee must be paid.
  • Choose a slot to take the test.
  • Visit the RTO on the date you have selected.
  • Once you pass the test, the learner’s license will be issued.

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria that must be met in order to apply for a learner’s license in Sikkim are mentioned in the table below:

Type of Vehicle Minimum Age of the Individual
Non-Geared Motorcycle (Maximum of 50 cc) 16 years
Light Motor Vehicle 18 years
Commercial Vehicle 20 years

Apart from meeting the eligibility criteria, you should also know the traffic rules in Sikkim.

Documents Required

The list of documents that must be submitted when you apply for a learner’s license in Sikkim are mentioned below:

  • Passport-sized photographs.
  • Form 2
  • Proof of address such as utility bills, Aadhaar card, passport, etc.
  • Proof of age.

Duplicate Learner’s Licence

You can visit the RTO in case the original learner’s license has been lost or damaged. In case the original learner’s license is stolen, you will need to provide an affidavit. An application (written) must be given stating the reason to apply for a duplicate learner's license.

Documents Required to Apply for a Duplicate Learner’s License

The list of the documents that must be submitted when you apply for a duplicate learner’s license are mentioned below:

  1. FIR copy in case the original learner’s license has been stolen.
  2. Affidavit with the details that the license was lost.
  3. Details of the learner’s license.
  4. Proof of age.
  5. Proof of address.
  6. Application fee.
  7. Application form.

Types of Learner’s License

Based on the type of vehicle, the learner’s license will be different. The different types of learner's license that are offered in Sikkim are mentioned below:

  • Invalid carriage
  • Heavy passenger vehicle
  • Heavy goods vehicle
  • Medium passenger vehicle
  • Medium goods vehicle
  • Light motor vehicle
  • Geared motorcycle
  • Motorcycles without a gear

FAQs on Learner’s License in Sikkim

  1. Will a learner’s license provided in Sikkim be valid all over the world?

    No, the learner’s license that is provided in Sikkim will not be valid all over the world.

  2. What is the application fee for a learner’s license in Sikkim?

    The application fee that must be paid for a learner’s license in Sikkim is Rs.150.

  3. What is the fee that is levied to take the learner’s license test?

    The fee that must be paid to take the learner’s license test in Sikkim is Rs.50.

  4. Is it possible to apply for a duplicate learner’s license online?

    No, you will need to visit the RTO to apply for a duplicate learner’s license.

  5. Will a fee be levied to apply for a duplicate learner’s license?

    Yes, a fee may be levied to apply for a duplicate learner’s license.

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