Railway ticket reservation counters have already started functioning at various locations throughout Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR), depending on requirement, feasibility and local conditions, from May 22.

Earlier, Indian Railways decided to open counters at stations for booking of reserved tickets in a phased manner.

Tickets can also be booked by passengers through authorized agents/sub-agents and also at Common Service Centers (Suvidha Kendras), an NFR statement said.

In NFR area, in locations where there are two PRS counters, only one will function. And in locations where more than two counters are in existence, two counters will function.

However, all the PRS counters will operate only in one shift from 8 am to 2 pm for ticketing purpose. Refunds against cancellations of tickets will be given at station counters after May 25.

Passengers have been requested to pay preferably by cards/digital modes or tender exact amount in case the payment is made in cash.

All the PRS counters will function by observing necessary guidelines issued by Railway Board, MHA and respective state government in regards to physical distancing, hygiene protocols etc towards opening of office and public dealing activities in view of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

In Katihar division of NFR, PRS counters at Katihar, Barsoi, Kishanganj, New Jalpaiguri and at Siliguri Jn will function.

In Alipurduar division, PRS counters at Dhupguri, New Coach Behar, Hasimara, New Alipurduar and at Alipurduar Jn will function.

In Rangiya division, PRS counters at New Bongaigaon, Barpeta Road, Nalbari and at Rangiya will function.

In Lumding division, PRS counters at Kamakhya, Guwahati, Jagiroad, Chaparmukh, Hojai, Lumding, Diphu, Dimapur, Badarpur and Agartala will function.

In Tinsukia division, PRS counters at Jorhat, Tinsukia, New Tinsukia, Dibrugarh, Mariani, Simaluguri and Farkating will function. More PRS counters will become functional in coming days.

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