IRCTC Puts Stop On Online Booking Of I-Tickets March 1 Onwards


IRCTC Puts Stop On Online Booking Of I-Tickets March 1 Onwards

The railways in India are taking firm steps towards being eco-friendly, and the recent move taken by the IRCTC proves that the Indian Railways is taking the green initiative seriously.

Beginning March 1, the IRCTC has stopped selling i-Tickets via its website. In 2002, the IRCTC initiated a new facility which allowed travellers to book paper tickets online. These tickets were like the paper tickets sold at the booking counters.

The tickets booked online were delivered at the address provided by the passenger at the time of booking. The sleeper class/second class ticket were priced at INR 80 and the AC class tickets cost INR 120. Read More…

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