The Ministry of Interior (MoI), launched yesterday the unified Driving Training System (DTS) and Monitoring Center, the first of its kind in the middle east, which is supervised by the General Directorate of Traffic.
The System, which was inaugurated in the presence of Assistant Director of Public Security Major-General Abdullah Mohammed Al Suwaidi, and a number of MoI officers, aims to follow up the training process in the driving schools in the country, seeking to improve the outputs of these schools, from registration process, training, tests, and obtaining driving license, to ensure transparency at various stages, with an opportunity for the trainee to evaluate the training program.
Major-General Mohamed Saad Al Kharji, Traffic director-general, said in his speech during the inauguration ceremony that the new system would contribute to bringing out well-trained drivers, thanks to the electronic system that is free from human intervention, this will ensure impartiality and transparency in tests and results. He pointed out that the decline in the number of road accidents and fatalities in the recent period is not a coincidence, but the result of such efforts from all partners involved in the traffic process.
Source: Government of Qatar