The Indian Railways (IRA) has decided to introduce magnetic vents to the interior doors of its trains.
The new technology, which will be rolled out in all its stations, will ensure that passengers will not have to wait long for seats to open, and will also help to keep them cool.
The new vents are a new feature of the trains, which have already been installed on the platforms and cars of major railway lines, including Delhi Metro, Mumbai Metro and Nagpur Metro.
They are meant to be installed on trains in a special area to reduce the amount of space available for passengers.
Passengers will have to remove the cover, put it on the track and remove the magnetically attached door.
When the door is opened, the magnetic flux from the magnetized door and the magnetic vent will attract a magnetic field.
This will attract an electric current and convert it into a voltage, which in turn will activate the magnets in the vent, creating an electrical field.
Once the train has reached its destination, the train will automatically stop for passengers to take their seats.
There will be no need to open the doors of the train to access the magnetic vents.
The magnetic vents will also be able to be switched on and off.
The trains of major trains, including the Delhi Metro and Mumbai Metro, will have the magnetic gates on the front and rear of the cars.
These gates will prevent passengers from taking seats from other seats.