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Indian railways

  1. 1.  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.
  2. 2.  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
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4.  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
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6.  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
  7. 7.  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
  8. 8.  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
  9. 9. “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”
  10. 10.  http://www.ibef.org/economy/railways.aspx.  http://indiaonestop.com/economy-macro-viewhtm  http://www.iloveindia.com/economy-of- india/service-sector.html.
  11. 11.  GITIKA PRACHISH(4905)  SHEETAL SUMAN(4908)  RITUJA JAIN(4917)  VINAL SURANA(4922)  SHREYA SURANA(4836)

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