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Blog Entry# 483905
Posted: Jul 18 2012 (22:05)

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Last Response: Jul 26 2012 (15:56)
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Jul 18 2012 (22:05)  

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PNR.2242919150 PLS CNF MOST
Error on Total Seats Available in 12989 DDR AIISF EXP... As we can see that Total Seats Available Shows as SL -160, 3AC - 3 and 2AC - 4 but the Availability for SL on all the dates after 30/07/2012 is more than 160 in SL, more than 3 in 3AC and more than 4 in 2 AC... This is found in many trains... Any clarifications admin???

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Jul 18 2012 (23:57)
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The feature just gives you an idea of the Total Seats available for that train, between the pair of stations and that quota. For example, if you get a WL of 5 for a certain ticket/class/quota/pair of stations, seeing that the Tot Seats available for that quota is 70 or > 70 will give you an idea of its chances of confirmation. If the Tot Seats figure is 5, then you should have less confidence that the ticket will be confirmed. Our PNR predictors use this along with many other pieces of info, their experience, etc. to predict a ticket's chances of confirmation.
If you see "> 160", then that means that there are at least 160 seats for that quota in
the train. So a WL of 1 with 10 days remaining for that journey, will have a high chance of getting confirmed.
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