Enjoy your journey with the facilities provided by Indian Railways
As the Indian railways introduces the online time table system, the complete procedure of reserving a train ticket become far easier than earlier days. Now the travelers reserve their tickets from anywhere to anywhere at any time, it is a 24 hours service. In earlier days the passengers have to stand in queue to have a look at Indian Railways time table, then fill forms without making mistake and submit it to get tickets. But now the time table of Indian Railways can be accessed and viewable from anywhere.
Timetable of Indian Railways has been published by railways department as well as brings it up to date in regular interval time. Generally the time table of Indian Railways consists all the basic details like train number, departure time and arrival time etc. This facility is a boon for the travelers who frequently take journey by the means of train. Publishing of Indian Railways time table is the latest technology and most used service by the customers of railways department.
The Timetable of Indian Railways normally consist the list of trains and its all details. The timetable contains the complete information of train’s exact departure and arrival time of each and every station with its fare for all classes.
To use these services the customers ought to log in the official website of Indian Railways IRCTC. Shortly after sign in fill the boarding station, destination place and the date, within a short while the interactive service will display the entire schedule of trains of passenger required. The customer can select the train from the list provided and pay through their credit card, debit card, VISA and MasterCard with highly secured wired system.
For the convenience of passengers the Indian Railways provides reservation enquiry, PNR status enquiry and train schedules enquiry through mobile phones. This can be done with the mobile phones by connecting GPRS or with WI-FI. Even more the department of Indian Railways publishes information about train schedule, types of train, cancellation of reserved ticket, rules and regulations of refund, new rules for reservation, criteria of break journey, luggage, senior citizen, tatkal scheme etc.
Another official website provided by Indian Railways is makemytrip which gives all information regarding the availability of Indian Railway tickets, PNR status of reserved ticket and updated Indian Railway timetable. For more details about break journey, rules and criteria to commit break journey will be found on Indian Railways website. This site gives entire detailed information and idea such as where the passenger can break the journey, where they can connect the journey after take a break and how many breaks available per journey like that.
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