IRCTC brings all the IRCTC and Indian Railway services in a single page. Passengers can track the pnr status, track the live location, know the schedule of the train and much more. You don't need to login here unlike in IRCTC for these services. Here is the complete list of services and details on how to use the services.

PNR Status: PNR is a 10 digit number printed on the train ticket. Passengers can use this pnr number to track the reservation status. Enter the 10 digit number and then click on the get pnr status button.

Train Enquiry: The train running status also known as spot your train feature helps in tracking the live location of a running train. Enter the 5 digit train number, then select the station name and the day on which the train arrives at the selected station. The train enquiry service shows the last known location of a running train.

Train Schedule: Know when a train arrives at the station by using the scheduling feature. Fill up the train number or train name in the box and click on the schedule button.

Trains Between Stations: Most of the times we want to know what are all the trains that run between two stations. This service helps one in knowing the trains running between two stations. Enter the from, to station and the date to get the list of trains.

Seat Availability: This is one of the most important service of IRCTC. Passengers can check the berth availability between two stations. Enter the train number, journey date, source station code, destination station code, class and quota for knowing the seat availability in the train.

So far, we have seen the most important services of Indian Railways. Here is the list of miscellaneous services which are useful in rare situations.

Cancelled Trains: This shows a list of all the trains cancelled on a given day.

Rescheduled Trains: A complete list of trains whose scheduled is changed along with the rescheduled time of the train.

Diverted Trains: This also shows a list of trains whose route is changed than the regular journey route.

The cancelled, rescheduled and diverted train services are rarely used services. In some extreme situations the Indian railways may cancel trains, change their route and schedule.