What is IRCTC?

We all know the importance of railways in the whole world. Also, the importance of railways in India is very high. Because train travel is cheap and fast. IRCTC is a railway company in India. Do you know about it No, today I am going to tell you about IRCTC and its service.

What is IRCTC..?

IRCTC is a company that provides a wide range of services in railways.

Full Form Of IRCTC.

 I- Indian

R- Railway

C- Catering and

T- Tourism

C- Corporation

Services of IRCTC

It is a subsidiary of the Indian Railway set up by the Ministry of Railways to handle the



3.Online ticketing

operation of the Indian Railways.

Is Indian Railway and IRCTC same?

Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) is an Indian public sector undertaking that provides ticketing, catering, and tourism services for the Indian Railways.

Is IRCTC private or govt?

Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd. (IRCTC) is a “Mini Ratna (Category-I)” Central Public Sector Enterprise under Ministry of Railways, Government of India.

Where is a Headquarter of IRCTC.?

Delhi is a capital of India and part of national capital territory of Delhi.

And the Headquarter of IRCTC is located in the Delhi.

There are many benefits of IRCTC to Comman people because you can earn money from IRCTC as become a travel agent. Get a tag of a full-fledged authorized travel agent, with the ultimate trust of CoCorporation 

RAC, tatkal or waiting list, no botheration for you as per the IRCTC regulations. Earn high commissions on each ticket booked. Be a travel agent without any trade license in India.

What is the benefit of IRCTC agent?

Benefits of Becoming an IRCTC Agent. Agents are allowed to book unlimited number of IRCTC e-tickets. Ticket agents are able to issue authorized tickets without fear of ticket cancellation. IRCTC agents get ₹20 or ₹40 as commission per ticket booking.

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