Driving Training

The main object of this campaign to create self-reliant, attentive, highly trained and responsible driver, so that Indian citizens would change their perspective towards vehicle drivers.

Places: Bhosari, Pune
State: Maharashtra
Date: June-Sept 2015


  • Increased rate of road accidents
  • Imparting knowledge and good driving practices in drivers
  • Creating highly trained, self-reliant drivers


  • Increased awareness among the drivers on various topics related to driving
  • Distributed free learning and permanent licenses
  • Distributed accident policies
Driving Training
Accident Policy (Rs.)


Driver Training & Research Institute (I.D.T.R.) Pune,
Free Driving Training Campaign

Considering the fact of the major accident rates on roads in India, leading to a large loss of life and finance. Untrained drivers can be one of the causes for these accidents. In this campaign the Pratishthan has given information and training of how to become good driver. They were also made aware their duties and responsibilities.

In this campaign apart from driving they were imparted the knowledge of health awareness, yoga, basic computer knowledge and general knowledge. The organizations those have extended their helping hands are Rise India Solution Pvt. Ltd & Shree Ram Finance.

At the time of second batch in this campaign, Dr. Shree Nanasaheb Dharmadhikari Pratishthan has given valuable guidance to the trainee drivers. During this training program Shri. Madhav Sir, founder of I.D.T.R Institute and qualified trainers were available to teach the theory and for undergoing practical.

Dr. Shree Nanasaheb Dharmadhikari Prathishtan has conducted this campaign from 29th June 2015 to 13th September 2015 in various batches. In all 242 drivers have successfully completed this training. After the training Dr. Shree Nanasaheb Dharmadhikari Pratishthan has distributed the free learning licenses and permanent licenses to the successful trainee drivers. Also course completion certificates and accident policy of Rs. 1 Lakhs with the validity of 1 year has been distributed to trainee drivers