Surendra Sharma

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Monday, September 8, 2014

Form 28 / Form no. 28 / No Objection Certificate (NOC)

Recently I want NOC from RTO for moving my vehicle. For that one need form 28. If it’s a state wise transfer then you need 3 copies of Form 28 for inter-state, we require 4 copies.

RTO in India is the perfect example of mismanagement. RTO Employees are worst and local agents are best. But I tried to get NOC from my own.

First problem I faced to get form 28. RTO office has form 28 copies but all are in Marathi. If you demand for English one then RTO employees show you the route of Xerox shop where shop guys selling it in 4 Rs.

You can even download form 28 from RTO website, but the worst thing is that it’s a 3 page PDF while actual form is only 2 pages which should be printed on both side of paper.

Here is scanned copy of form 28 that I got from Xerox guy.  Download it free and take a print. That’s it. No need to pay 4 Rs. to those greedy people.

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  1. Thanks Surendra. It is very handy.

  2. Thanks for the info Surendra. I am also struggling to get inter state NOC. I have applicaed for NOC at commisnor office and waiting for that.
    Could you please advise if
    1.Whethere we need to both side of Form 28?
    2. Also, How much time RTO will take to issue NCO

    1. Hi Pawan,

      I am glad that my post help you anyway. Now about your questions

      1. You need to fill only front side of Form 28.
      2. Make sure to take the pensil mark of complete Chassis number as last digits of chassis number are important than starting one.
      2. I received it within 7 days. You should request to the concern person that I have to catch the train after 9 days so please issue it within 8 days.

      Let me know in case of any other query. I hope I answered your queries.

  3. On top of the form where exactly we trace the chassis number. vertically or horizontally

    1. Hi Kunal,

      One trace on Top horizontally and one trace on right side vertically.