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Mar 12 2015 (19:50)  
 

Sonu~   3 blog posts   6 correct pred (82% accurate)
Entry# 1394681            Tags   Past Edits
Dear Members,
I have booked one ticket in Howrah mail with PNR no. 4825875953
Can you please help me in predicting the possibility of confirmation. Or will it be better to go for next day's Tatkal ?
Please help.
THANKS.

  
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Mar 12 2015 (20:02)
★★★★Niket Karan★★★★^~   5396 blog posts   12 correct pred (100% accurate)
Re# 1394681-1            Tags   Past Edits
Sir, as per my experience it may end up in rac.
Sir post pnr in pnr forum for better predictions

  
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Mar 12 2015 (21:10)
छोटा आदमी~   7348 blog posts   103171 correct pred (90% accurate)
Re# 1394681-2            Tags   Past Edits
sir,
it looks like headed to RAC. request you to please post the pnr in "pnr forum". you will receive lot more opinion on your pnr.
  
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Nov 10 2013 (18:35)  
 

Sonu~   3 blog posts   6 correct pred (82% accurate)
Entry# 902239            Tags   Past Edits
Dear friends,
I have a ticket on 2.12.2013 in New Delhi Sealdah Rajdhani(12314) from NDLS to DGR. It is showing RSWL10/WL6 on 3A . Can I get help about---
1. What is the possibility of confirmation . Will it be better to book another ticket in other train ?
2. What is meant by RSWL? How is it different from RLWL and PQWL. I
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need total details.
Thanks----

  
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Nov 10 2013 (18:39)
sys tem~   8224 blog posts   75729 correct pred (76% accurate)
Re# 902239-1            Tags   Past Edits
go for poorva 3AC it is showing RAC 7 as of now which will 100% confirm ..ROAD SIDE WL in Raj is hard to confirm..

  
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Nov 10 2013 (18:40)
Jagdeesh Srivastava^~   4653 blog posts   12459 correct pred (76% accurate)
Re# 902239-2            Tags   Past Edits
GNWL have a good confirmation chances...always take GNWL....
but take other opinions too..

  
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Nov 10 2013 (18:44)
sys tem~   8224 blog posts   75729 correct pred (76% accurate)
Re# 902239-3            Tags   Past Edits
or book in the same train sdah raj till sealdah ..it is still RAC and it will confirm too!!! but RSWL as experts will also tell is a tricky quota to confirm...

  
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Nov 10 2013 (18:45)
Dhruv USA*^~   2061 blog posts   327 correct pred (73% accurate)
Re# 902239-4            Tags   Past Edits
A Pooled Quota Waiting List ('PQWL') is shared by several small stations in a particular region. If this quota is exhausted, a passenger is placed in the pooled quota waiting list. Pooled Quotas normally operate only from the originating station of a route, and there is only one Pooled Quota for the entire run. The Pooled Quota is intended to be utilized by passengers travelling from the originating station to a station short of the terminating station, or from an intermediate station to the terminating station, or between two intermediate stations. Such remote location quotas are also provided when there is a very strong demand for the train in question, because of which, without such additional quotas, all seats or berths might be fully consumed by passengers from the originating station leaving nothing available for those wishing to travel from intermediate points. Vacant Pooled Quota berths are automatically tapped by the...
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PRS for booking end-to-end passengers. Passengers in the Pooled Quota Waiting List are cleared against the vacancies in the earmarked Pooled Quota only, or against General Quota vacancies available at the time of charting.
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2) Running Line Waiting List (`RLWL`), also known as Remote Location Waiting List or Road-Side Location Waiting List(RSWL) applies to the quotas of specific intermediate ticketing stations on a route, known as the Remote Location Quota.
The intermediate stations are usually the more important towns or cities on the route. The RL quota takes care of passengers travelling from these intermediate stations up to or short of the terminating station. RL quota tickets are never available from the originating station of the route. When the RL quota is exhausted, RAC (Reservation against Cancellation) begins, and it is then followed by ticketing on the RL Waiting List; in some cases when the RL Quota is small, the RL Waiting List is active immediately.
There can be more than one Remote Location Quota for some long distance trains, corresponding to different stations en route. Passengers in the Remote Location Quota Waiting List are cleared against the vacancies in the earmarked Pooled Quota only, or against General Quota vacancies available at the time of charting.

  
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Nov 16 2013 (16:28)
Sonu~   3 blog posts   6 correct pred (82% accurate)
Re# 902239-5            Tags   Past Edits
Thanks a lot
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