IRCTC Website Gets User Friendly Features

Now you need not log in to the IRCTC website if you just want to check the availability of seats in trains or to get information on trains between two stations, the Ministry of Railways said on Wednesday.

“In line with Union Minister of Railways Piyush Goyal’s vision to ensure better user experience by recommending best Information Technology industry practices, Railway’s Online Travel Portal  has now launched beta version of its new User Interface,” the Ministry said in a release.

The Ministry also said that the new-look website would now have enhanced class-wise, train-wise, destination-wise, departure or arrival time-wise and quota-wise filters for facilitating customers while planning their journeys.

To enhance the customer’s booking experience, interesting features like “Waitlist Prediction” have been introduced for the first time, said the railways. “Using this feature, user can get the probability of a waitlisted or an RAC (reservation against cancellation) ticket getting confirmed,” it said.

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