Sunday, June 23, 2024
HomeStatesEastNow it is easy to book general tickets, UTS mobile app has...

Now it is easy to book general tickets, UTS mobile app has come in Hindi

Dhanbad. Now rail passengers can book unreserved tickets online in Hindi also. Along with this, there will be a concession of five percent in the fare on payment of rail-wallet. Soon the facility of taking unreserved tickets in other Indian languages ​​is going to start. This information was tweeted by the Ministry of Railways. With this, booking general tickets will now become easier.Booking facility in your language

Reserved tickets are being made available online by the Railways for a long time. On the same lines, a few years back the facility of taking unreserved tickets through internet was started. Most of the passengers of unreserved tickets are traveling in passenger trains. While booking the ticket, the name and address of the station had to be written in English.Because of this, those who do not know English take recourse to others. Railways believe that due to this there has not been any significant increase in the number of unreserved online tickets and ticket windows are crowded. In view of this, now the Ministry of Railways has provided the facility to book unreserved tickets in Hindi. Through this, monthly tickets and monthly tickets can also be renewed.After downloading the UTS app from Google Play Store, you can choose the Hindi language and take a quick ticket. Railway administration has provided all e-banking system and rail wallet facility for payment.

The Railway Ministry has said in its tweet that after booking online, the ticket will arrive through SMS and mail, which can be shown to the checking team. Apart from this, QR code boards will be installed at 1600 stations in the country. You can also take tickets by scanning the code. Tickets can be made only at a distance of 25 meters from the railway station.

(EW Correspondent)



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -
Google search engine

Most Popular

Recent Comments

सुधीर शुक्ला on D.P. Tripathi : The Shakespear of Politics