Follow the steps given below for filing TDR in IRCTC I-Ticket Online
TDR stands for Ticket Deposit Receipt. TDR is an official service offered to the passengers by IRCTC to claim refund who did not travel by the train for the booked ticket.
This is a short tutorial that explains you on how to file TDR in IRCTC I-Ticket through online.
In case of I-ticket, online TDR refund request is not allowed.
Passengers are requested to surrender the I-Ticket with the Station Master and obtain a Ticket Deposit Receipt (TDR) within 30 days from the date of scheduled travel. Passengers are required to send their claim for refund to the following address attaching the original copy of the TDR to the following address,
Group General Manager/IT,
Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd.
1st Floor, Internet Ticketing Centre
IRCA Building, State Entry Road
New Delhi 110055.
The TDR Refund will be processed as per Extant Railway Rules.
IRCTC will forward the claim to Concerned Railways to process the refund and the refund amount will be credited back to the same account through which payment was made after receiving the same from the concerned Railways.
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