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Know Check Seat Availability In Train Without Knowing Train Numbers

In fast-moving world people need to travel some places. In some cases they will pre-plan their journey but in some situation they will plan it in spot, due to urgency. Pre-planned journey is better for you, because you can plan it without any urgency and won’t miss out any things. Before planning you have to choose the mode of transport; whether its train, bus or through flight. Many of you prefer train journey, because it cheaper as well as offer them comfort. Many of them prefer train so there is chance for non-availability of seats in train. You have to check it before booking tickets. You can check it through online or by visiting stations. You can’t depend on person sitting at counters because it is not right way. Now you can check it through online using your mobile. If you connect your mobile with internet then you can check it. You have to visit official Indian railway site to know the seat availability in trains.

Check it easily

Some may think that they require train numbers in order to know the seat availability. But you can check it without knowing train numbers. If you know train number then you can check it by entering train numbers. Knowing Seat Availability is not a hard task because more number of sites is in operation to know you. You can check with multiple trains which travel through that destination.

How to know it?

Here is how you have to check availability of seats in trains. Visit official railway website of other website which offers this service. Then you have to click on the “Seat Availability”. A new page will open which ask you to enter train name and name. If you not know the train number then other option is also there for you. You have to enter destination, class, date of travel, train number of code. Once you enter all these details then you have to submit it then details will get displayed for you. If you prefer to travel in AC then you have to specify it in class. You can check seat availability in multiple trains which travel through the same destination. Check it through online and make your booking easier.

The past achievements and future challenges for Indian railways

Although an old organisation, Indian railways had reinvented itself many times to be relevant in the present day. The first trains were steam engines which ran between Mumbai, then called as Bombay to Thane. The railways modernised with the passage of time as it was visible with the adoption of Diesel engines which were more efficient and faster. Then the railways had also moved on to the electric trains as they were non-polluting and easy to start and stop. These were but some of the modernisation efforts that were taken up by the railways. Even on the rails, the olden narrow gauge, gave way to meter gauge and now broad gauge is the standard line that is being laid all over the country.

However the narrow gauge exists in the hilly regions like Shimla-Kalka railways and metre gauge exists in the Ooty or Nilgiri railway line. These are rightly declared as the UNESCO world heritage sites as they run on the steam engines that were brought to the country over 150 years ago. Today, the modernisation efforts of the railways is far reaching and introduction of bio-toilets that utilises only a little of water, electrification of all compartments and coaches, advanced security features in the coaches to prevent mishaps are only a few to start with. However not all is rosy in the picture of railways. Indian railways suffer from a plethora of problems like poor collection of expenses due to wastage of resources and due to a large number of ticketless travels by people.

Moreover pillaging of trains is an inherent problem as people damage or steal things from the trains. There are also incidents of people stealing the railways lines and selling them or using them for iron. The safety features of railway is yet to up to the international standards and the convenience that we get in the indigenous trains are nowhere near the services that are being offered worldwide. In short, even as Indian railways has many feathers on its cap, it needs to be improved.