Follow the below steps to check your train ticket PNR status online:
PNR confirmation probability is an online function that indicates the probability that a waiting list or RAC booking will result in a confirmed ticket. It is defined using color codes and percentages. If the probability percentage is 50%, it indicates no chance of confirmation. However, when the probability percentage of a PNR status check is between 50% to 80%, the ticket has the lowest chance of getting confirmed. If the probability percentage is beyond 81%, the odds are it has a 100% confirmation possibility.
You can quickly and easily check your IRCTC train PNR status online on Quick Tatkal. Our platform avails flexibility with PNR status enquiry. You can check it through our web-based platform, Quick Tatkal mobile app, email, and SMS sent to you through our service network. Enter your PNR number in the PNR status enquiry box and click the “Check PNR Status” button. You can instantly see the real-time status on your device screen. Note that to receive automatic PNR status change updates, notifications, and alerts, agree to the Quick Tatkal accesses or do a custom setup via the setting option.
When establishing the final chart preparation of the train, the PNR number plays a crucial role according to the rules for chart production. This chart includes the PNR number, age, passenger name, gender, train number, coach number, and seat berth number posted outside the train. You can know the ticket confirmation status through the train PNR status check
The PNR is cancelled once the train arrives at its destination and completes its journey, and it is valid for just one-time trips. When you book a ticket for the next trip, a different PNR will be assigned to you, and the chart will be created using that unique PNR number.
When you book an IRCTC train ticket, every passenger will be allotted a unique PNR number. However, when you make a group booking, the PNR number will stay the same for everyone in the group. But it would be the same for the entire group. You should note that IRCTC allows a maximum of 6 tickets to be booked on each PNR and only four tickets on the tatkal quota.
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