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You Can Now Check Detailed Train Reservation Chart Online

By Staff

The Indian Railways has started displaying reserved charts online which give passengers access to information on their phones or computers on vacant, booked and partially booked train berths.

You Can Now Check Detailed Train Reservation Chart Online

"Hassle-Free Train Travel: Passengers can now access information on vacant, booked and partially booked train berths after preparation of the reservation chart, at the click of a button," tweeted Railway Minister Piyush Goyal in a tweet, earlier this week.


The new feature is available on the web as well as the mobile version of IRCTC's e-ticket booking platform. To use the facility, log on to the IRCTC website and view 'Charts/Vacancy' option. Enter journey details like train number, data and boarding station to receive access to the correct chart.

The Railways puts its first reservation chart about 4 hours before the departure of a train. The second chart can be viewed online 30 minutes before the train's departure with changes, if any, in seat allocations.

It will include the layout of nine classes used in the reserved trains of the Indian Railways and over 120 different coach layouts.

Read more about: irctc indian railways
Story first published: Saturday, January 11, 2020, 17:21 [IST]
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