How much do you know about rebooking consignments in the railway system?
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How much do you know about rebooking consignments in the railway system?

Test your knowledge of rebooking consignments with this quiz! Learn about the rules and regulations of rebooking, including who is authorized to request rebooking, the condition of packages required for rebooking, and the types of goods that cannot be rebooked. Discover the process of rebooking, from the cancellation of the original RR to the preparation of a fresh RR, and understand how charges are handled in the rebooking process. This quiz is essential for anyone working in the transportation...

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Questions and Answers

What is rebooking?

Booking a consignment to a different destination without taking delivery

Who is authorized for rebooking of parcels?

SM

What type of goods are not permitted for rebooking?

All of the above

Study Notes

  • Rebooking refers to booking a consignment to a different destination without taking delivery.
  • Goods must have reached the original destination for rebooking.
  • Consignor/consignee may request rebooking, SM is authorized for rebooking of parcels, and wagon loads/train loads may be rebooked under the orders of DCM.
  • Packages must be in sound condition for rebooking.
  • Packages are reweighed before rebooking and necessary remarks are made in the delivery book.
  • Original RR is cancelled and a fresh RR is prepared showing the details of original booking particulars.
  • All charges due at the original destination are shown as "Paid-On" charges in the rebooking RR.
  • Rebooking is not permitted for part consignments, livestock, perishables, dangerous goods, and offensive goods.
  • Rebooking facility is available for eT-RR opted customers.
  • Rebooking is authorized by the SM of the original destination.

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