Saturday, August 24, 2013

IRCTC told to upgrade online ticketing system

in the middle of accounts of passengers finding it tough to publication tickets online, railway minister C P Joshi has inquired the Indian trains Catering & Tourism Corp (IRCTC) to enhance the capacity of its world wide world wide web servers and upgrade its ticketing services.

causes said Joshi, who took over added ascribe of trains for the second time in UPA-II , conveyed frustration on the ministry's malfunction to tackle the issue. They added that he told his officials that the ministry did not appear involved in explaining the topic.

On Monday, IRCTC agents had notified the minister that the agency's world wide web servers could publication round 2,000 tickets per minute. The Indian trains subsidiary designs to increase this to 7,200 e-tickets per minute in the present economic year, Joshi's predecessor Pawan Bansal had announced in his rail budget speech.

According to causes, rail ministry agents notified the minister that they required to spend round Rs 10 crore to procure hardware to upgrade their ticketing capability and it would take them at smallest another three more months to get that.

Upgradation of e-ticketing facility is vital, considering the gigantic burden on the website at 10am, when registration of Tatkal permits opens.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the nice blog and get information of check seat availability train before traveling. It is important for long journey.