Soak increment in cost of KSRTC understudies’ concession cards from Rs 10 to Rs 100, refering to loss of 42 crores.
Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) has raised its rate from Rs 10 to Rs 100 for the understudies’ concession cards, a choice that turns into a weight for the understudy group.
KSRTC guarantee that they had lost Rs 42 crores for permitting free driving for understudies. They state that the bring up in rates of concession cards has been made relevant to all stops.
KSRTC educated that the expansion of concession rates is as per the choice made by the executive board. The current rate of the card was once Rs 2 which had been raised to Rs 10. The previous KSRTC MD Rajamanickam had before encouraged the Transport Secretary to spare KSRTC from the misfortune because of the free transportation took into consideration understudies.
KSRTC trusts that giving concession for understudies lead KSRTC to the loss of Rs 105 Crores for each year. Rajamanickam had recognized that different travelers would not crave taking the KSRTC benefit, as the understudies hurry into the transport in extensive numbers because of its free settlement.