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What is RSWL and RQWL?
It means the same thing: Remote Quota Waitlist and Remote Station Waitlist. Both are really the same. Don't worry about it.
If it is showing simply WL now, it means you are being processed. Check now or after half hour or post your PNR for an analysis. Upto you. But you have good chances for RAC at least being WL1, if not confirmed berth ! Good wishes.
RS = Road Side quota = quota defined from starting station of the train to an intermediate station.
RL = Remote Location quota = quota defined from intermediate station of the train to ending station.
RSWL = WL maintained for RS quota
RLWL = WL maintained for RL quota
Its not about the station size, its about the name of the quota. The quota is called like that, thats not my fault. May be IR didnt find a good name for it.
Assume when a quota is defined from Mumbai to Solapur, its NOT "Mumbai RS quota", it is "SOLAPUR RS quota".
To answer this question : "And what is the real difference from Roadside and Remote Location".
Assume in Coimbatore Kurla Exp, some berths can be reserved only between Coimbatore and Bangalore. This is called Road side quota (RS quota : start to intermediate).
Some berths (infact the same berths) can be reserved only between Bangalore and Kurla. This is called Remote Location...
If it is RSWL, even if the blogger has not specified, it can be only 1 of the 2 trains:
- Coimbatore LTT Exp
- Kongu Exp
Cannot be any other train. Will have to wait for the original blogger to verify by providing his PNR number.
I was not sure if giving PNR number online is safe as it might get misused. Its Kurla Express starting from Coimbatore. Status still shows as WL/1.
Any update would be appreciated.
Try at 2130 (9.30 p.m.). Chart would have been prepared. It should get confirmed.
U can post ur PNR in PNR Analysis coulmn, as there PNR no isnt get displayed, mking ur privacy concerned.
Use that column time to post ur PNR Query
Apr 11 2010 (00:11)
Blog Post# 30023-13
MST IndianRailways Added by: moderator*^~ Jul 28 2011 (04:44)
My first guess about the train was correct, and I guess the ticket should also be confirmed. Should not be a problem at all.
Hi all, thanks for the assistance, my ticket is confirmed. :)