I want to alter my reserved train tickets.
How nice for you. YOU WANT....
Does your ticket allow for a change or did you get the CHEAP ONE?
Do the tickets on other train have the same price?
IF more you are expected to pay the difference.
Is there a fee to change. PROBABLY you pay it.
Suggest you go to where you purchased your ticket.
EVERY TICKET EVERY TRAIN does not have the same rules or price.
All at YAHOO Would like to know what happens when you ASK THE RAILROAD.
TRANSFER/RESALE OF TICKETS PROHIBITED :
Under Section 142 of the Railways ACT, journey tickets including any half of a return ticket and season ticket are not transferable.
If any person not being a Railway Servant or an agent authorised in this behalf :
a.sells or attempts to sell any ticket or any half of a return ticket, or b.parts or attempts to part with the possession of a ticket against which reservation of a seat or a berth has been made or any half of a return ticket or season ticket. He shall be punishable under the Railways Act.
213.9 Postponement or preponement a reserved, RAC or waitlist ticket :
1) Postponement of journey:
(a) Confirmed Ticket:- Postponment of journey on confirmed tickets shall be allowed in the same or any higher class' by any subsequent train on the same or any subsequent day, for same destination, provided that:-
(i) confirmed or RAC or waiting list accommodation is available in the train in which fresh reservation is required.:-
(ii) fresh reservation fee <<<<<<<<<< for the class for which reservation is required is paid, in case oft tickets surrendered during working hours and at least 48 hours before the scheduled departure of the train in which originally booked;
(iii) 25% fare of already booked ticket is paid as cancellation charges
in case of tickets surrendered during working hours and within 24 hrs and 4 hours before schedule departure of the train in which originally booked;
(iv) 50% fare of already booked ticket is paid as cancellation charges
, in case of tickets surrendered during working hours and with in 4 hours before schedule departure and up the maximum time limits mentioned in rule 213.6(i)(c) (i.e 3/6/12 hours, depending on distance.) after actual departure of the train in which originally booked;