Travel and Tourism

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Book train tickets with Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited

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The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd (IRCTC) provides facility to book train tickets and other related services online. Registered users can avail services like train ticket booking, enquiry for PNR, seat availability, train/fare accommodation, ticket cancellation, ticket refund, SMS, etc. Information related to concessions, rules, policies, FAQs, etc. are available. Agents’ details and schemes for the agents are also provided. Links of Mobile Application, flight booking, hotel booking, IRCTC tour packages are given.

Booking form for schools to tour National Museum of Natural History

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Schools authorities can book a tour to the National Museum of Natural History, New Delhi by providing details such as name of school, school address, date of visit, number of students, etc. Details such as contact person name, email id, phone number, etc. are also required.

Track current location of running trains of Indian Railways

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You can online track the current location of running trains of the Indian Railways. Users can check the location of train by entering details of arrivals, departures, passing by trains, destination, etc. A map is also provided to see the location of running trains.

Check train time table online of Indian Railways

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Check timings of trains of Indian Railways. User can get the train schedule by filling up at least three characters of the train name or the number of train. Information about train name, train number, source station, days on which train runs, destination, etc. is provided.

Check upgraded passengers list of Indian Railways

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You can check the upgraded passengers list of Indian Railways. The list can be check by providing the train's name or number and chart date. To benefit waitlisted passengers and the railways in terms of filling up vacant accommodation in various trains, the Railways had introduced a scheme, on an experimental basis, to upgrade full fare paying waiting list passengers to the next higher class against the available vacant accommodation.