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Indian Railways 123

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    • Indian Railways Presented by: ISMC, 1 ST Batch
    • Analysis of Indian Railways (problems)
      • Running in huge losses.
      • Negative impression about the Indian Railways.
      • Poor condition of the railway stations lacking even in the basic facilities.
      • Poor ticketing and reservation system causing problems to the people.
    • Analysis of Indian Railways (problems)
      • Lack of the high speed trains due to the poor condition of the railway tracks.
      • Lack of proper time schedule for the trains.
      • No quality standard for the food in the trains resulting in poor quality.
    • Analysis of Indian Railways (problems)
      • Reasons due to which companies don’t want to send good through Indian Railways
        • Low speed of the trains increasing the goods in transit period.
        • Lack of security of the goods.
        • Lack of proper communications about the arrival of the goods.
      • Low job satisfaction among the workers due to the increased load of work.
    • Solutions
      • Increased in revenue by following attempts:
        • New catering orders were invited.
        • The goods freight increased.
        • The capacity of the trains increased by 15 to 20%.
        • The frequency of traveling increased by decreasing the traveling fares.
          • The following table shows the increasing revenues of railways:
      46,144 41,417 39,482 Total Working Expenses 50,968 44,902 42,905 Gross Traffic Receipts 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 Particulars Year
    • Increasing revenue of Indian Railways
    • Distribution of Income 922 Other Coaching Earnings 1,066 Sundry Other Earnings 27,618 Goods Earnings 13,298 Passengers Earnings
    • Distribution of Income 1,040 Other Coaching Earnings 1,177 Sundry Other Earnings 28,745 Goods Earnings 13,940 Passengers Earnings
    • Distribution of Income 1,100 Other Coaching Earnings 1,308 Sundry Other Earnings 33,480 Goods Earnings 15,080 Passengers Earnings
    • Solutions
      • Change in perception of the people by following:
        • Safety in the trains.
        • Less time consuming travel.
        • Fares were reduced.
      • Introduction of 55 new trains and distance extended for 37 trains. He also introduced low fare A.C. trains like “Garib Rath” for the common people.
    • Solutions
      • Less time consuming journey through Indian Railways:
        • Condition of railway track was improved.
        • Unnecessary stoppage removed.
        • Conversion from slow moving to fast trains.
        • Electrification of the tracks.
        • Increased the speed of the trains.
    • Solutions
      • Introductions of the computerized ticket system.
      • Increased the employee retention and job satisfaction among the workers.
      • Ticket Booking through internet was promoted.
    • Execution plan
      • Team of the worker re-arranged on the divisional basis.
      • Arrangement of the tools.
      • Upgrading the facilities.
      • Proper standard were made to improve the quality.
      • Changing perception of the people.
    • Execution plan
      • The DSS (Decision support system) made for more efficiency of the decisions.
      • Press conference was organized to convey about the reforms in the Indian Railways.
      • The ads and articles were published in the magazine and news papers.
    • Evaluation
      • Surveys
      • Inspections
        • What have done and what is in progress
        • To inspect the condition of the railway tracks.
        • To inspect the condition of the railway stations.
        • Inspection for the technical systems.
      • Media perception
      • Public perception