[AI] Blind concession in AC 2 tier apart from Rajdhani
bijalpatel123 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 10 01:31:51 EDT 2010
no any concessionin full a c train like rajdhani, shatabdi, but you can
take benefit in other trains, you have to go to book tickets at the special
counter of handycap with original railway concession certificate and its
photo copy. even during travelling also, it's necessary to keep railway
concession sertificate and blind sertificate.
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From: "Swati Sinha" <swatisinha13 at gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [AI] Blind concession in AC 2 tier apart from Rajdhani
> Yes, railway confer concession to persons with disability and one
> attendent( can be a family member) travelling with him/her also gets
> the benefit. But to avail this reservation, it is necessary to carry a
> disability and concession certificate.
> Don't have much idea, but I think, if you want to avail the benefits
> then you have to book the ticket from the counter as the certificates
> are required for proof, and it cannot be booked online. Don't know the
> latest rule for booking the ticket, if any.
> On 9/10/10, Archana Bhatia <archanabha at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Just want to know that is there any concession for the Blind
>> in AC 2 tier apart from Rajdhani Train.
>> Somebody told me that blind are elgible for railway concession
>> both in AC 2 and AC 3 tier. In AC 2 tier the concession is 50% and in
>> AC 3 tier the concession is 75%.
>> When I am clicking on the railways website I can locate the concession
>> for AC 3 tier and not for AC 2 tier.
>> Any help on this would be appreciated.
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