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5 Trains from (DBRG)DIBRUGARH to (DLI)DELHI


Address: Dibrugarh Town Railway Station, Banipur, Dibrugarh, Assam 786003, India

Station Code: DBRG

Station Name: DIBRUGARH

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Train Frequency Weekly: 101

Station Traffic: Medium

Address: Old Delhi Railway Station, Indraprastha, New Delhi, Delhi 110006

Station Code: DLI

Station Name: DELHI

Zone: NR/Northern

Train Frequency Weekly: 1295

Station Traffic: High





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TrainTrain NameFromDepToArrTimeDaysClassesStatus
15909ABADH ASSAM EXPDBRG09:35DLI15:5554:20M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN,15909 Status
20505DBRT RAJDHANI EXDBRT19:20NDLS13:5542:35M,F1A,2A,3A,20505 Status
20503DBRG NDLS RAJEXPDBRG19:50NDLS13:5542:05TH1A,2A,3A,20503 Status
12423DBRT RAJDHANI EXDBRT20:35NDLS10:1537:40M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,12423 Status
14055BRAHMPUTRA MAILDBRG23:25DLI06:0554:40M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,14055 Status
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RECENT NEWS

1
29-03-2020
Press Release : FULL REFUND FOR ALL COUNTERS BOOKED PRS TICKETS & E-TICKETS FOR JOURNEY PERIOD FROM 21.3.2020 TO 14.4.2020

                                                  

   FULL REFUND FOR ALL COUNTERS BOOKED PRS TICKETS &

E-TICKETS FOR JOURNEY PERIOD FROM 21.3.2020 TO 14.4.2020

 

Kolkata, March 29.2020:

 

In view of cancellation of all passenger trains and all passenger ticketing upto 14th April 2020, it has been decided by Indian Railways vide notification issued o­n 27.3.2020 to give full refund for all tickets for journey period from 21st March - 14th April 2020. These instructions shall be in addition to and in continuation of the relaxations in Refund Rules vide notification issued earlier o­n 21.3.2020 in the wake of COVID -19 to avoid crowding and to maintain social distancing. The procedure for grant of refund shall be as follows:

 

I. Counter booked PRS Tickets

a)Tickets already cancelled for the journey period from 2I,! March-14th April 2Q20:Passengers who have already cancelled their tickets for the said journey period can apply for refund of balance amount to the office of Chief Claims Officer (CCO) or Chief Commercial Manager/Refund (CCM-Refund) of concerned Zonal Railway Head Quarters. The application for said refund can be made through post in the prescribed format within six months of cancellation of ticket for which refund of remaining amount is sought.

b)Tickets cancelled after issuance of this notification: Full refund shall be payable in respect of all such cancellations. The period of availing refund shall be within three months from date of journey.

II. E-tickets

a)Tickets cancelled prior to issuance of this notification: Balance refund amount shall be credited to the account of the passengers from which ticket was booked.

b)Tickets cancelled alter issuance of this notification: Full refund shall be payable in respect of all such cancellations.

 ...................................................................................................................

Proforma for applying refund of cancellation/clerkage charge if any levied o­n cancellation of reserved tickets for journey period from 21.03.2020 to 14.04.2020.

 

To,

 

Chief Claims officer/Chief Commercial Managers

(Name of Zonal Railway as per list)

 

Sub: Refund of cancellation/clerkage charge if any levied  for journey tickets already cancelled for journey   period from 21.03.2020 to 14.04.2020.

 

Sir/Madam,

 

I have already cancelled my journey tickets for the journey period 21.03.2020 to 14.04.2020 o­n which cancellation/clerkage charge was levied. Kindly refund the amount deducted, details of the tickets are as under:-

 

1)PNR No.(If available):

2)Train Name and Number:

3)Date of journey:

4)Name of all passengers (as mentioned o­n the ticket along with valid id proof of any o­ne passenger).

5)From:                                       To:

6)Class of travel:

7)Mobile Number:

8)Date of cancellation of tickets:

9)Amount deducted as cancellation/ clerkage charge for which refund sought:

 

10)Account number with IFSC code (optional for passengers who want the refund to be transferred directly in their account):

 

11)Complete Postal Address with Pin Code (for passengers who want the refund pay order to be sent through Post).

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List of Zonal Railways:

1. Central Railway/Mumbai,       

 2. Western Railway/Mumbai,

 3. Eastern Railway/Kolkata,

4. South Eastern Railway/Kolkata,        

 5. Southern Railway/Chennai,

 6. Northern Railway/New Delhi,

7. East Central Railway/Hajipur,

8. Northeast Frontier Railway/Guwahati,

9. North Eastern Railway/ Gorakhpur,

10. North Central Railway/Allahabad,

11. West Central Railway/Jabalpur,

12. South Central Railway/ Secunderabad,

13. South East Central Railway/ Bilaspur,

14. South Western Railway/Hubli,

15. East Coast Railway/Bhubaneswar,

16. North Western Railway/Jaipur,

17. Konkan Railway Corporation Limited/Navi Mumbai.

Note : Application for Refund may be addressed to the office of CCO/CCM-Refund of the Zonal Railways where the passenger wants to collect the refund amount from.






2
597/2019-20 21-03-2020
Chennai
Railways announces slew of measures to discourage non-essential travel Barring 23 categories of concessions to Patients, Divyangjans and Students, all withdrawn till further advisory

“23”

Pib.nic.in

PRESS INFORMATION BUREAU

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

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Railways announces slew of measures to discourage non-essential travel

Barring 23 categories of concessions to Patients, Divyangjans and Students, all withdrawn till further advisory

Launches organized information campaign to sensitize the travelers and citizens

Measures are meant to ensure their protection against COVID19 and national fight against the corona virus.

Revised List of Categories entitled for concession attached    

*****

New Delhi, 20th March, 2020

Indian Railways has taken a slew of measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 virus. The measures are being implemented across all the zones and relate to dis-incentivizing non- essential travel, a proactive outreach and communication campaign and reduction in the number of trains with low occupancies.

These measures are in accordance with repeated advisories of Government of India to minimize the unnecessary travel and social distancing. Yesterday, Prime Minister Shri Modi gave a clarion call to the nation to not to lower the guard against the virus. While advising the nation to stay patient, the Prime Minister had also implored the citizens to stay at home, observe social distancing and avoid crowding.

Indian Railways has taken steps to discourage citizens from undertaking non essential journeys by temporarily removing special incentives for many categories which had been existing for their travel. Indian Railways has done this by pruning the categories of travelers who were preciously entitled to avail concessions. Of 55 different categories which were entitled for concession,  now o­nly twenty three (23) sub categories under Patients, Students and Divyangjans will continue to avail concessions for both Unreserved & Reserved segments w e.f  from 00:00 hrs of 20th March. (list attached). As per the new provisions, passengers who had booked tickets o­n concessions are being allowed to travel o­n those tickets as per extant rule. That means that for railway tickets already purchased before 00:00 Hrs 20th March 2020, in case of travel, no difference in fare shall be collected.

Withdrawal of these concessions would especially be of benefit the senior citizens who are most vulnerable to the Corona virus . It has been seen that the risk of spread and mortality rate due to COVID-19 virus is highest among senior citizens as susceptibility increases with age. As the report of the WHO Joint Mission o­n Corona virus Disease indicates, “Individuals at highest risk for severe disease and death include people aged over 60 years. WHO, in its travel advisory issued o­n 29th Feb, 2020, has also suggested elderly travelers and people with chronic diseases or underlying health condition to delay or avoid travel to affected areas. Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India has already issued an advisory with several proposed measures and interventions relating to Social Distancing. o­ne of the interventions is “Non-essential  travel  should  be  avoided. Buses,  Trains  and  aeroplanes  to  maximize social distancing in public transport besides ensuring regular and proper disinfection of surfaces”.

Communication and outreach efforts are being mounted all across the country through Regular announcements  o­n PA Systems of Railway Stations & Trains to sensitize the public about various Do’s & Don’ts highlighting the need for keeping hands clean by frequent washing of hands, maintaining social distance, covering the mouth while sneezing and coughing, precautions to be taken if o­ne has running fever- (don’t travel and report immediately to the Doctor) and not spitting anywhere in the Rail premises. Advisories are being issued to passengers to avoid non-essential train journeys and to ensure that they do not have running fever while they are commencing the journey. At any point of journey if passenger feels that he is having fever, he can contact the Railway Staff for medical attention and further assistance. Social distancing and over crowding is being discouraged by  way and means of conversion of vacant sleeper class coaches are being into General Sitting Coaches, where ever needed and raising of platform tickets  at various stations across zones o­n basis of ground situation.  

Appropriate optimization is being in done in running of trains in conjunction with the  availability of alternate trains o­n these routes. The demand for travel and level of occupancy of trains are being closely monitored o­n a daily basis and modifications in the operation train services are being carried out in accordance with actual requirement. Full refund is being granted to the passengers as per rules for the train cancellations have been announced in advance. However, for the voluntary cancellations of tickets done by the passengers, the normal rule is being followed which is based o­n the system of prior notice in various time slabs.

LIST OF   DIFFERENT      CATEGORIES            OF PERSONS GRANTED CONCESSION o­n   INDIAN RAILWAYS ALONGWITH ELEMENT OFCONCESSION

(WEF 20.03.2020)

S.N

CATEGORY OF PERSONS

PERCENTAGE OF

CONCESSION*

I

Passengers with Disabilities (Divyangjan)

1

Orthopaedically Handicapped/ Paraplegic persons who cannot travel without escort – for any purpose

·75% in 2nd, SL, 1st Class, 3AC, AC chairCar

·50% in 1AC and2AC,

·25% in 3AC & AC Chair Car of Rajdhani/Shatabdi trains

·50% in MST &QST

·One escort is alsoeligible

for    same    element    of concession

2

Mentally retarded persons who cannot travel without escort - for any purpose

3

Person with visual impairment with total absence of sight travelling alone or with an escort- for any purpose

4

Persons with hearing and speech impairment totally (Both afflictions together in the same person) travelling alone or with an escort- for any purpose

·50% in 2nd, SL and 1st Class

·50% in MST &QST

·One escort is also eligible for same element of concession

II

Patients

5

Cancer patients travelling alone or with an escort for treatment/periodic check-up.

·75% in 2nd, 1st class &  AC chaircar

·100% in SL &3AC

·50% in 1AC &2AC

·one escort eligible for same element of concession (except in SL &3AC

where escort gets 75%)

6

Thalassemia patients travelling alone or with escort for treatment/periodic check-up

·75% in 2nd, SL, 1st Class, 3AC, AC chairCar

·50% in 1AC and2AC,

·One escort is also eligible for same element of concession

7

Heart patients travelling alone or with an escort for heart surgery

8

Kidney patients travelling alone or with an escort for

kidney transplant Operation/Dialysis

9

Haemophilia Patients – severe & moderate form of disease - travelling alone or with an escort for treatment/periodical check up.

·75% in 2nd, SL, 1st Class, 3AC, AC chairCar

·One escort is also eligible for same element of concession

10

T.B./Lupas Valgaris patients travelling alone or with an escort for treatment/periodical check-up

·75% in 2nd, SL and 1st Class

·One escort is alsoeligible

for    same    element    of concession

11

Non-infectious Leprosy patients - for treatment/periodical check-up.

·75% in 2nd, SL and 1st Class

·One escort is alsoeligible

for    same    element    of concession

12

AIDS patients - for treatment/check-up at nominated ART Centres.

·50% in 2ndClass

13

Ostomy patients - travelling for any purpose.

·50% in MST &QST

·One escort is also eligible

for    same    element    of concession

14

Sickle cell Anaemia:  for treatment/periodical check-up

50% in SL, AC Chair Car, AC 3 tier, AC 2 Tier Classes

15

Aplastic Anaemia: for treatment/periodical check-up

50% in SL, AC Chair Car, AC 3 tier, AC 2 Tier Classes

III.

Students

16

Students going to hometown & educational tours

- General Category –

- SC/ST Category -

·50% in 2nd and SLclass

·50% inMST/QST

·75% in 2nd and SLclass

·75% inMST/QST

-Girls upto Graduation Boys upto 12th standard

(including students of Madrasa) between home &school

Free second class MST

17

Students of Govt. schools in rural areas - for study tour -

once a year.

75% in 2nd class

18

Entrance exam - Girls of Govt. schools in rural areas –

for national level for medical, engineering, etc. entrance exam

75% in 2nd class

19

Concession to students appearing in main written examination conducted by UPSC & Central Staff Selection Commissions.

50% in 2nd class

20

Foreign students studying in India - travelling to attend camps/seminars organised by Govt. of India and also

visit to places of historical & other importance during

vacations.

50% in 2nd and SL class

21

Research scholars upto the age of 35 years - for

journeys in connection with research work.

50% in 2nd and SL class

22

Students and non-students participating in Work Camps

25% in 2nd and SL class

23

Cadets and Marine Engineers apprentices undergoing

Navigational/ Engineering training for Mercantile Marine - for travel between home and training ship.

50% in 2nd and SL class

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