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Indian Railways’ computerized reservation centres

Indian Railways’ computerized reservation centres

At present, 2415 computerized reservation centres have been commissioned by Railways at various stations and non-station locations across the country both in rural and urban areas. As per policy, this facility is provided where reservation related workload is 100 transactions per day, at stations, at district headquarters, important hill stations/tourist, pilgrimage centres and locations on basis of proposals received from public representatives and the Zonal Railways, which include rural locations also. At such locations the facility is provided by arranging space from state government, local bodies/panchayat samitis/post offices also.


Also in India today, City.Mobi is celebrating the success of its new guide to New Delhi.

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