Booking train tickets? You must know this rules to avoid inconveniences  

If you are booking train tickets then there is important news for you. At the time of booking your tickets, you have the option of berth selection. But every time you do not get the seat according to your choice.

Actually, the Indian Railways also has limited seats and it has made strict rules related to berths for the convenience of the passengers. Before traveling, it is important for you to be aware of these rules and follow them.

If you get a middle berth during the journey, then you have to face problems many times. In fact, passengers with lower berths often sit till late at night. In such a situation, the passenger with the middle berth must know the rules of the railway.

Railway rules for middle berth are different regarding middle berth. Railway rules are of great use, if you are aware of them then your journey will be comfortable. If you do not know about them, you will face inconveniences.

The time of the passenger sleeping on the middle berth open it as soon as the train starts. This causes a lot of trouble to the passenger with the lower berth. But according to the rules of the railways, a passenger with a middle berth can sleep in his berth only from 10 PM to 6 AM. That is, if a passenger wants to stop the opening of the middle berth before 10 PM, then you can stop him.

At the same time, after 6 AM, the berth will have to be lowered so that other passengers can sit on the lower berth. Sometimes lower berths wake up late at night and middle berths have a problem, so you can pick up your seat at 10 o’clock as per the rule.

During your journey, the Travel Ticket Examiner (TTE) comes to collect the ticket from you. Sometimes he wakes you up late and asks you to show your ID. But, let us tell you that even TTE cannot disturb you after 10 PM. TTE is required to verify the tickets only between 6 AM to 10 PM. However, this rule does not apply to passengers who start their journey after 10 PM.


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