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About AU Haryana Roadways NCMC Card

    The Haryana Roadways NCMC prepaid card is a travel card introduced by the Haryana State Road Transport Corporation in collaboration with AU Small Finance Bank. This card is designed to simplify and enhance the travel experience for passengers using Haryana Roadways bus services.

Features and Benefits

Contactless Travel

The Haryana Roadways NCMC prepaid card allows passengers to travel seamlessly in Haryana Roadways buses without the need for physical cash or paper tickets. The card uses tap and pay technology for quick and hassle-free transactions. Just load money on the offline chip wallet at any Haryana Roadways depot and simply tap to travel. With your contactless prepaid card, you may conduct transactions up to INR 2,000 without a PIN.

Multi-Modal Travel

This card is designed to be interoperable across different modes of public transportation, such as buses, metro systems, and suburban trains. Passengers can use the same card to pay for fares on various modes of transport.


The card eliminates the need for exact change or waiting in line to purchase tickets, making the boarding process faster and more convenient.


Users can easily recharge the Haryana Roadways NCMC prepaid card online through designated portals or mobile apps, ensuring that they always have sufficient funds for their travels. Your card's load limit as a min-KYC client is INR 10,000. The card's maximum limit for offline transactions is INR 2,000 whereas the limit for online transactions is INR 8,000. You have the option to load money into your card's chip (for offline usage) or into your wallet each time (for online use). This card may be used for both transportation and retail transactions (online as well as offline).

Secure and Trackable

The card offers enhanced security compared to carrying cash. Users can also track their travel expenses and balances through online platforms.

Service Fees for AU Haryana Roadways NCMC Card

Card Issuance Fee

INR 100 + PG charges as applicable

Online Card Issuance fee

INR 250 (incl. delivery and payment gateway)

Maximum Card Balance Limit

INR 10,000 (INR 2000 for offline and INR 8000 for online transaction on the basis of Min. KYC)

Card Reload Fee

1.8 % or Flat INR 10 – (Whichever is more, round off to nearest rupee)

Minimum Load Amount

INR 100 (initial money load must be a min. of INR 100/- and in multiple of INR 100/- thereafter)

Card Replacement Charges

INR 150

Annual Maintenance Charges

INR 75

How to Apply

There are two types of Haryana Roadways NCMC cards -

A. Personalized card: These cards have the card holder's name, photograph (if applicable) printed on it. Customer can apply for a card online and will be delivered to the customer's given address.

  • Click here to apply and follow the below steps.
  • Fill your Aadhar details, verify address, email, and mobile number linked with Aadhar in application form.
  • After entering details OTP (One time password) will be generated and sent to your mobile number linked with Aadhar.
  • Pay the amount (Card issuance fee + PG charges + card delivery charges)
  • On successful submission, card shall be delivered to your address.

B. Non personalized Insta Card: Customer can visit nearest Haryana roadways bus depot / station to get card issued instantly by providing Aadhar details and by paying issuance fee. These cards do not have cardholder details on them.

  • Visit your nearest Haryana Roadways bus depot/station and request for the AU Small Finance Bank and Haryana Roadways co-branded NCMC prepaid card at the counter.
  • Fill your details in the Application Form and submit it to the operator. (Fill Aadhar linked mobile number your application form.)
  • After entering the details by the operator, One Time Password (OTP) will be generated and sent to your mobile number linked with Aadhar.
  • After OTP validation, by paying the applicable issuance fee amount and load the card as per your usage.

For more information, please visit the user guide

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