Smart driving licenses with a QR code to be released by MMVD

Smart driving licenses - Traffic in Mumbai

The Maharashtra Motor Vehicles Department (MMVD) wants to combat fake licenses. The Maharashtra Motor Vehicles Department intends to issue new smart driving licenses with quick response (QR) codes to drivers in Maharashtra, India’s west-central province. The MMVD hopes that the QR code licenses will make it easier for officials to check if a license is genuine. The QR code on the license can easily help officers identify drivers. Last month in Mumbai – Maharashtra’s capital and the nation’s largest city – the city’s traffic police busted a fake driving license…

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Lodhi Garden QR codes to provide visitors’ information about its historic trees

Lodhi Garden QR Codes - Lodhi Garden

The famous city park in New Delhi invites smartphone users the chance to conveniently learn about its history. Starting January 1, Lodhi Garden QR codes will be available to scan by any smartphone user who comes across these unique 2D black and white barcodes when they visit one of India’s most iconic city parks. Visitors can learn unique details about the old trees found within the park. Lodhi Garden, also known as Lodi Garden, is a famous city park located in New Delhi, situated between Khan Market and Safdarjung’s Tomb…

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Traffic police in India introduce autorickshaw QR Codes to help promote safety

autorickshaw qr codes - India autorickshaw

Nagpur traffic police have introduced a QR codes option in the city’s three-wheeled vehicles. Autorickshaw QR codes have been introduced by traffic police in the city of Nagpur, located in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The quick response (QR) codes have been implemented by the police to help ensure the city’s three-wheelers are a safe mode of public transportation for citizens. Twenty autorickshaw drivers across the city have been enrolled in the program and provide a QR code. The first autorickshaw QR codes have been distributed to 20 drivers across…

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Students in India benefit from QR codes in textbooks

QR Codes for Textbooks - School Textbooks

Digital content is being viewed by hundreds of students thanks to quick response codes. Schools reopened across the Indian state of Tamil Nadu on June 1 and data has shown that students are keen on using the QR codes included in the revamped syllabus for the new textbooks for Classes I, VI and IX, reported The Hindu. The new access to digital content is hosted on DIKSHA. The online content accessed via QR codes within the textbooks is hosted on the national digital platform of the Ministry of Human Resource…

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College QR codes help applicants find a Delhi University College

College QR Codes - QR Code Scan

Delhi University administration is making the lives of new applicants easier. During admissions this year, students new to Delhi and its colleges will have the advantage of using the new college QR codes to help them discover the appropriate departments, colleges and institutes that are part of Delhi University. The unique QR Codes have been synched with Google Maps. India is no stranger to using quick response codes in its educational system. As QR Code Press reported back in 2017, India’s Education Minister announced the launch of an enrollment program…

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