IRCTC Next Generation eTicketing System Launched

IRCTC Launched Next Generation New Website
IRCTC Launched next generation e Ticketing system to book your train ticket more faster and user friendly than earlier.

Now onwards if you are login on the ticket booking website of IRCTC (, then you will get following kind of screen which says on the intermediate screen  "Dear Customer, You have been successfully migrated to Next Generation e-Ticketing website. To Print/Cancel/FileTDR of your old transactions done before migration, click "My Transactions" below. To book e-tickets , click "Proceed For Booking". After migration new transactions can be viewed in "Booked Ticket History" in Next Generation e-Ticketing website"

To book a new ticket you have to click on Proceed for Booking option. Once you have clicked you can able to view following kind of screen which shows 

This screen having inputs same as older websites like From Station, To Station, Journey Date and Ticket Type. Please note the earlier General / Tatkal option not available but don't worry there are moved to next screen for more friendliness. This move actually appreciating one because by the help of that you can able to view multiple availability status without any Page refresh and can able to go to the older option you have chosen. Remember on the earlier website all time you have to refresh the page to do the same and page load time consume more.
I hope now you are thinking to skip the intermediate webpage for the older website transaction. Yes its possible for accessing, the IRCTC new website directly just click on the following new Next Genartion webpage path and enter the User ID and Password. IRCTC Next Generation eTicketing System or
Once you have open the new website path can able to view following kind of screen which says to enter the User ID , Password and Captcha

Enjoy Booking Tickets using new Next Generation IRCTC Website and post your comments. 

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  1. I got debit card payment option then after I select other bank options(because my bank is BANK OF BARODA), but other bank options is not coming. so please solved my problem.

  2. I have booked the ticket for 19thJune before migration, but after migration i am unable to view my transactions could any one please help me on this

    1. Older booking history available under My Transaction --> Old Transaction History menu.

  3. The new IRCTC system is flawed big time. I cannot cancel the ticket which was booked prior to the IRCTC migration to the nextgen ("so called") system as it expects me to enter "transaction id" along with PNR and other details just to look up my booked history. So, if you have not noted down the transaction id, you cannot cancel the ticket. The worst part is that the transaction id is not mentioned in the IRCTC email as well.

    Way to go IRCTC!!!, you just cannot seem to get things right. Your systems provider (Dev guys) do not seem to get basic business functionality right. Its a big shame!!! Due to your screwed up system, i am going to lose money as i cannot cancel the ticket now.

    1. You can Cross Check or Cancel the Old tickets from booking history available in My Transaction --> Old Transaction History

  4. Im not able to proceed with Make Payment. My bank is not listed under Debit Card / Netbanking. I didn find any payment gateway option. Im not able book ticket. Please solve this, how can I proceed with make payment?

    1. no problem , just select credit card option, choose any listed gateway and go for the payment.. happy booking..




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