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Railway ID Proof List ACCEPTANCE OF IDENTITY CARDS ISSUED TO THE PASSENGERS AS PROOF OF IDENTITY OF PASSENGERS FOR UNDERTAKING JOURNEY BY TRAIN For the benefits of the travelling public, the following proofs of identity are considered as valid for undertaking journey in any reserved class of Indian Railways:
|1||Voter Photo identity card issued by Election Commission of India.|
|3||PAN Card issued by Income Tax Department.|
|4||Driving Licence issued by RTO.|
|5||Photo identity card having serial number issued by Central/State Government.|
|6||Student Identity Card with photograph issued by recognized School/College for their students.|
|7||Nationalised Bank Passport with photograph.|
|8||Credit Cards issued by Banks with laminated photograph.|
|9||Unique Identification Card-Aadhaar, m-Adhaar & e-Aadhaar.|
|10||Photo identity cards having serial number issued by Public Sector Undertaking of State/Central Government, District Administrations, Municipal bodies and Panchayat Administrations.|
|11||In case reserved tickets booked through computerised Passenger Reservation System (PRS) counters, for undertaking journey in Sleeper (SL) & Second Reserved Sitting (2S) classes, attested photocopy of Ration card with photographs and Nationalised Bank Passbook with photograph are also accepted.|
|12||Photo identity cards with serial number issued to Advocates by the Bar Councils of India may also be accepted as proof of identity of passengers for undertaking journey by train.|
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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS RAILWAY BOARDNo. 2011/ TG –I / 20 / P / ID-efile
New Delhi, Dated 16.11.2021Principal Chief Commercial Managers, All Zonal Railways
(Commercial Circular No. 13 of 2021)
Ref: This office letter no. 2001/ TG-V / 11 /31 (CC No. 01 of 2016) & No. 2011 /TG-I / 20 /P / ID dated 28.06.2018 (CC No. 33 of 2018).
As per extant instructions, while undertaking journey in reserved class in a train, one of the passengers booked on a ticket is required to produce one of the prescribed proofs of identity in original failing which all the passengers are treated as travelling without ticket and charged accordingly. Further, Indian Railways have extended facility of concession in fare and earmarking of reservation quota for different categories of passengers. The passengers availing this concession or booking accommodation under reservation quota earmarked for specific categories of passengers, are required to produce the proof of identity to confirm their eligibility to avail the concession / to book under specific quota e.g. (i) Divyangjans have to produce the valid concession certificate during the journey to book concessional ticket and / or to book ticket under quota earmarked for them. (II) Pregnant women travelling under senior citizen quota are required to produce certificate of registered doctor, (iii) Senior citizens booking ticket under senior citizen quota are required to produce the certificate to confirm their age, etc.
1.1 In addition, there is a provision that children below the age of 5 years can travel free in the train and those aged between 5 and 12 can book ticket on payment of 50% of the fare in case they do not want to avail the facility of reserved berth. At times, doubt arises about the age of the children upto the age of 12, however, in the absence of any document it is difficult to establish the genuineness of the claim about their age.2. The matter has been examined in this office and it has been decided as under:- i. While undertaking journey in reserved class of the train, one of the passengers has to produce one of the prescribed proofs of identity (in original) failing which all the passengers will be treated as travelling without ticket. ii. Any passenger availing concession or booking ticket under the quota earmarked for specific category of passengers will be required to produce a valid proof to establish his / her genuineness and the claim for the facility of concession / reservation quota availed. 3. Necessary instructions may be issued to all concerned accordingly.
sd/- (Sanjay Manocha) Joint Director Passenger Marketing Railway Board