Friday, April 6, 2012

Indian Railways Enquiry- SMS Services

Indian Railway has recently launched the simplest and convenient thanks to check the standing of your Railway price ticket by SMS (Short Messaging Services). currently you're simply needed to text an SMS (Short Messaging Services) from your mobile and therefore the Railway data are delivered to your mobile variety.

Now, the passenger will get all the data relating to PNR standing, Seat Availability, Train Alerts, Train data, Train standing, Train Schedule and timetable at the side of {the data|the knowledge|the data} relating to the train fare and lots of different information accessible at, are often received from your mobile through the SMS (Short Messaging Services) Services of Indian Railways.

The Indian Railway Minister said that the Railway authorities are creating many researches on increasing the amount of satisfaction among the passengers. and that we are developing with several initiatives. In these initiatives, Train Reservation standing updates, railway enquiry through SMS (Short Messaging Services) and SMS (Short Messaging Services) updates on the movement of wagons to freight customers are taken care seriously.

The Indian Railway has additionally set to introduce E-ticket primarily based mobile vans for providing railway reservation in government utilities like University, High Courts, Medical schools, Hospitals, IITs and IIMs.

The passengers got to SMS the enquiry to “139” and inside jiffy the data are delivered within the sort of SMS within the mobile.

For instant, if a passenger got to understand needed to envision the supply of trains then, he should know:

   1. STD code of arriving and departing stations
   2. Accommodation category code (1A-first AC or 2a-2-tier AC or SL-Sleeper category etc.)
   3. Quota sort (Ladies quota, Tatkal quota, general quota etc.)
   4. Date of Journey
   5. variety of the train wish to travel from

f you are aware of above given details, what all you need to do is to SMS to’139’ in the following format:
Train <Train no> <Date of journey dd/mm/yy> <STD code of from station> <STD code of to station> <class> <class type>

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