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Now passengers will be able to watch the live streaming of the food being cooked at Pune Station’s kitchens!
What Is It?
If you’re an Indian Railway passenger and worried about the quality of food being served to you in the trains, Pune Station has come up with a solution. The Indian Railways will now live stream the food being cooked in IRCTC kitchens starting with Pune Station. While, the system is still under construction at other stations, the systems at Pune Station were recently upgraded with CCTV cameras and high-speed internet to stream.
So now you can check out all their cooking techniques, with updated equipment and safety gear. The production capacity can now be monitored by the public as well as the officials and they can keep track of the work, quality of food and punctuality of employees.
The live streaming kitchen cell at Pune Station will be functional from July 2018 and the first 800-900 meals will be prepared for the Pune-Howrah Duronto Express on Mondays and Saturdays. If anyone wishes to watch the live stream, it will be available on the IRCTC’s official website.
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