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  •  Indian Railways is 150 years old  It is largest railway system in world under one management  It is the lifeline of our country  It is the biggest civilian employer in the world  No strike in last 30 years in spite of 17 lac workers  It runs 12000 trains every day  It carries 1.4 crore passengers & 16 lac tonnes of goods everyday  Indian Railways,the world’s second largest railway, carries 11 million passengers each day, on 8520 trains departing from 7000 stations.
  •  1853- First train run (Boribunder to Thane)  1854-The first passenger train (Howrah to Hoogly)  1856-First south line was open. (Chennai)  1859-First north line( Allahabad to Kanpur)  1947-Post partition 21 railway systems - 10 owned by the GOI and balance by princely states  1951- Southern, Central and Western Railways SR, CR&WR created  1952-Northern, Eastern and North Eastern Railways, NR,ER&NER created  1955-South Eastern Railways, SER created  1958-North East Frontier Railways, NFR created.  1966-South Central Railways, SCR created.  2002-East Central & North Western Railways created in October  2002-South Western , West Central, North Central, South Eastern Central & East Coast Railway, created in April 2003
  • PAST APPROACH  Nothing can change  We are rail roads  Fear and anxiety  Restructuring and Rightsizing  Tariff focused PRESENT APPROACH  Passion and Integrity to change  We are in the business of transportation  Hope and excitement  Regeneration and competitiveness  Unit cost focused C H A N G E
  •  Strength- biggest company , largest network , affordable to common people.  Weakness-corruption within department , poor infrastructure , delayed train.  Opportunity-Metro in commercial city like Mumbai , development in small cities.  Threat-low cost airlines , improvement of roadways , could be taken over by airlines
  • Process Complexities Technological Factors Competition Customer Satisfaction SECOND ORDER CHANGE Usage of IT in Railways Metro Rail Golden quadrilateral projects Expansion of Railway Zones from nine to sixteen
  •  Doubling of Railway routes  Railway road kms expansion  Phasing out of steam engines.  Replacing diesel engines with electric engines.  Meter gauge to broad gauge conversion .  Electrification of routes  Third class accommodation abolished  Introduction of AC-2 tier and AC-3 tier coaches  Introduction of IRCTC  Outsourcing of maintenance operations  Decentralization  Human Resource initiatives  Product innovation  Increasing the speed of trains
  •  A large complex Infrastructure System with Large Geographical Dispersion such as the Indian Railways can benefit greatly from the intelligent use of IT E-GOVERNANCE OBJECTIVE  Freight revenue enhancement  Passenger revenue enhancement  Improvements in Customer and public service  Investment optimization  Transforming Transport through Technology  Jewels in the Crown -Freight Operations Information system ( FOIS) -Passenger Reservations System (PRS) -Unreserved Ticketing System (UTS) -Instant voice response system (IVRS) -Rail Net -E- Ticketing
  •  Total freight increased to 728.41 mt. during 2006-07 from 666.51 mt. in 2005-06.  During 2006-07 gross earnings went up by 14% to register US $ 15.19 billion as against US $ 13.25 billion while passenger earnings accounted for US $ 4.1billion (13.8 per cent growth) freight earnings accounted for US $ 10.16 billion.  The operating ratio of Railways has improved to 78.68 per cent during the year 2006-07 from 83.72 per cent in 2005-06 SOURCE: Alok Kumar Mishra, Indian Railways, Backbone of Information Transport in India, Oct. 15, 2002, p.2 and 11
  • “It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but is the one most responsive to change.” “Revolutions don’t last, but Evolution does”
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