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Dr. Rohit Baluja

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Phone: +91 **********  
Email: r***@***.com
Local Address:  India
Company Description: Institute of Road Traffic Education (IRTE), a non-profit organization, was formed in December 1991 byninterdisciplinary group of members including educationists,...   more


  • doctorate , Civil Engineering
    University of Birmingham
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IRTE - Institute of Road Traffic Education, 5 July 2015 [cached]
Rohit Baluja
Dr. Rohit Baluja President Institute of Road Traffic Education
Driver Training, Tips, Defensive Driving, Simulator, School, IRTE, 5 July 2015 [cached]
In addition, IRTE has benefited from the participation of its founding president, Dr. Rohit Baluja, in the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration and his participation as an Observer Member of the Working Party-1 of the UNECE, which serves as the custodian of the UN Conventions of Road Traffic & Signs and Signals.
Members of the Commission | Make Roads Safe - The Campaign for Global Road Safety, 22 April 2014 [cached]
Mr Rohit Baluja
Mr Rohit Baluja
Rohit Baluja
Rohit Baluja is President of the Institute for Road Traffic Education in India.
Rohit Baluja, director, ..., 18 April 2015 [cached]
Rohit Baluja, director, IRTE, said, "We want to spread awareness about road safety, not only among the public, but the police as well so that they take steps to prevent road accidents.
Institute of Road Traffic ..., 10 April 2015 [cached]
Institute of Road Traffic Education (IRTE) president Rohit Baluja exuded little confidence in such penalties without professional training of the traffic police and scientific road engineering because "over 30 percent of accidents happen due to road failure".
A National Crime Records Bureau report says 34.3 percent - or 137,423 - of accidental deaths in 2013 happened due to road accidents.
"Fines should be increased. But they are meaningless unless the road environment, including its geometry and traffic engineering, is also improved according to the law," Baluja told IANS.
He said road safety, however, does not always suffer due to untrained drivers but often because of poorly defined lanes and inappropriate road signage that confuse pedestrians, cyclists and motorists alike.
The IRTE president also called for improving road engineering standards, regular road repairs and scientific traffic management that will serve the purpose only when traffic constables implementing the law are also well trained.
"There is no training of traffic police here. While issuing challans (tickets), they may not even have full knowledge of traffic rules and violations. They need to be trained to understand what can be categorized as violation," Baluja explained, based on his experience as a trainer for Indian Police Service officers as well as traffic policemen.
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