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Indian Railways new eDrishti software to help Minister to keep track on rail network



Indian Railways launched new eDrishti software to help Rail Minister to keep track of punctuality of trains: Details, Features, Highlights

Indian Railways has launched a new ‘eDrishti’ software that will help Union Railway Minister to keep track of punctuality of trains as well as freight and passenger earnings and much more from anywhere in India.

The ‘eDrishti’ software has been developed by Centre for Railway Information System (CRIS) to help Minister keep track of all information related to Indian Railways, one of the world’s largest rail networks.

By using this ‘eDrishti’ software, Railway Minister can track any information with just a click of a mouse-whether from his office or while on the move. It will also enable Minister to know at any given point of time day’s freight and passenger earnings, freight loading and unloading, punctuality, the progress of major projects, public grievances, movement of trains across the country, details of railway stations and much more.

The ‘eDrishti’ software also has been connected with base kitchens of Indian Rail Catering and Tourism Corp (IRCTC) as many complaints come regarding the quality of food served on trains. '

Through live video, Minister will be able to monitor the goings on in IRCTC kitchens. It will also provide the live status of reserved and unreserved passengers traveling on trains besides providing the exact location of trains at any point in time.


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