Full Site Search  
Sat Aug 19, 2017 22:07:17 IST
PostPostPost Trn TipPost Trn TipPost Stn TipPost Stn TipAdvanced Search
Forum Super Search
Blog Entry#:

Posting Date From:
Posting Date To:
Train Type:
ONLY with Pic/Vid:
Sort by: Date:     Word Count:     Popularity:     
Public:    Pvt: Monitor:    RailFan Club:    

Blog Posts by Vasant Gangad
Page#    2 Blog Entries  
Aug 30 2010 (23:01)  

Vasant Gangad   3 blog posts
Entry# 67490            Tags   Past Edits
what is the different between e-ticket and i-ticket?

2 posts - Mon Aug 30, 2010

Aug 30 2010 (23:19)
RAJIV   2999 blog posts   680 correct pred (58% accurate)
Re# 67490-3            Tags   Past Edits
for adding this point
thanks manoj

Aug 30 2010 (23:25)
BMTIR*^~   21528 blog posts   7539 correct pred (63% accurate)
Re# 67490-4            Tags   Past Edits
one more point- I tickets needs to be booked 2/3 days before the day of travel depending on your place of stay- e-ticket can be booked up to the time f chart preparation-whether e-ticket or i-ticket ,on cancellation, amount will b creidted directly to bank account only and no physical cash will be given for I-tickets cancelled at counter

Aug 30 2010 (23:32)
RAJIV   2999 blog posts   680 correct pred (58% accurate)
Re# 67490-5            Tags   Past Edits
for another usefull info for bloggers

Aug 30 2010 (23:37)
Vinay Kumar~   15589 blog posts   360 correct pred (78% accurate)
Re# 67490-7            Tags   Past Edits
Clearing out ur point:
I-Ticket need to be booked anytime after Booking opens but @ least 2-3 days, prior to commencement of journey, depending upon ur city.
Reason: Ticket needs to be delivered through courier & better if booked with extra days left for delivery@ Home/Office.

Aug 30 2010 (23:42)
RAJIV   2999 blog posts   680 correct pred (58% accurate)
Re# 67490-8            Tags   Past Edits
i-ticket: You can book an i ticket only if there is a 2-day gap between the booking date and the travel date. This is to allow time for the ticket to be couriered to you. The ticket will be couriered to either one of the addresses that you have specified while you registered on irctc website, or to any other address you specify at the time of booking. There is no option currently to change the name of the recipient - it will be sent in your name. You can book an i-ticket even if the status is 'waiting list' (as opposed to 'confirmed' and 'RAC').THESE R IN SELECTED CITIES ONLY .
e-ticket: If you book an e-ticket, no ticket will be
couriered to you. Instead, you need to take a print of the ticket that appears on the website after you book it. While booking, you will be required to provide some details of a personal identification document (like driving licence number, passport number etc) and you MUST carry this identification document along with your printed ticket when you travel. E-TICKET CAN BE BOOKED FROM ANY WHERE IN INDIA OR ABROAD.
Aug 30 2010 (22:07)  

Vasant Gangad   3 blog posts
Entry# 67483            Tags   Past Edits
Government announce many trains for Sai Baba Bhakt. So, Thanks for that. but start as soon as possible.
Best wishes
Hotel Om Park Shirdi

Aug 30 2010 (22:13)
Vasant Gangad   3 blog posts
Re# 67483-1            Tags   Past Edits
How we get tatkal ticket online. please tell detail

Aug 30 2010 (22:15)
Manoj Garhwal~   14320 blog posts   14688 correct pred (63% accurate)
Re# 67483-2            Tags   Past Edits
same as u get normal e-ticket, just click on the tatkal box...

Aug 30 2010 (22:17)
jack   10 blog posts   20 correct pred (71% accurate)
Re# 67483-3            Tags   Past Edits
*Get registered with irctc.co.in
*Enter ur journey details.(tatkal tickets can only be booked before 2 days only)
*Click on to your suitable cash gateway.
*There it goes- Your Ticket is booked.
Page#    2 Blog Entries  

Scroll to Top
Scroll to Bottom

Go to Desktop site
Disclaimer: This website has NO affiliation with the Government-run site of Indian Railways. This site does NOT claim 100% accuracy of fast-changing Rail Information. YOU are responsible for independently confirming the validity of information through other sources.