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Presentationonindianrailway 120501134424-phpapp02
Presentationonindianrailway 120501134424-phpapp02
Presentationonindianrailway 120501134424-phpapp02
Presentationonindianrailway 120501134424-phpapp02
Presentationonindianrailway 120501134424-phpapp02
Presentationonindianrailway 120501134424-phpapp02
Presentationonindianrailway 120501134424-phpapp02
Presentationonindianrailway 120501134424-phpapp02
Presentationonindianrailway 120501134424-phpapp02
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  • 1. Presented by- HARIOM GAUTAM
  • 2. Indian Railway
  • 3. History of Indian Railway First Indian Railway line was opened on 16th April 1853.
  • 4. The first train consisting of onesteam engine and four coaches ,traversed a stretch of 21-milesbetween Mumbai(Bombay) andThane. Operated by privatecompany -Englishmen.Indian Railway has a gloriouspast of more than150 yearsserving the nation.
  • 5. Features of Indian RailwayIndian Railway has a 3 tiermanagement system.In 1951 the system were nationalizedas one unit.Railway has 9213 locomotive 59,713coaches & 2.5 lack of wagon.It is one of the world largest railwaynetworks comprising 115,000km oftrack over a route of 65,000km.No strike in last 30 years in spite of19 lakhs workers.
  • 6. 17 zones in Indian railway.IR Headquater – New Delhi.It is largest railway system inAsia and 2nd largest railwaysystem in world under onemanagement system.
  • 7. It carries 1.4 crore passengers and 16lakh tonnes of goods every day. Morethan any rail system on earth.
  • 8. It runs 12000 trains everydayIt is biggest civilian employer in theworld.As of 31 march 2012 . 22,224km (34%)of the total 65,000 km route length waselectrified.India first electric train “DECCANQUEEN” started on 1920 betweenMumbai to Pune.Himsagar express – it is largestdistance travel in India betweenJammutavi to Kannyakumari (3,726km).
  • 9. It is fuel efficient system.7500 stations & about 500computerized passenger reservationsystem.It is a lifeline of country.
  • 10. ORGANISATION:-  Top- railway board or ministry of railway headed by chairman railway board. Middle- 17 zones headed by General Manager. Bottom- 68 division headed by Division Railway Manager.
  • 11. Speed of TrainsShatabdi max140kmph.Rajdhani max130kmph.Others max 110kmph.
  • 12. NUMBERING OF TRAIN 4 digit numbering for express 3 digit numbering for passenger trains train no start with 2 –superfastAllshatabdi train starts with no 20 & last two digit vary from 01 to 84.
  • 13. Railway Track orCombination of rails, fittedWay Permanent subgrade is on sleepersand resting on ballast andcalled the railway track or permanentway.
  • 14. Technical details track andgaugeIndian railway uses 4 gauges:-Broad gauge- 1,676mm. It is standard gauge.it is used in 91% of total track.Meter gauge- 1,000mm. Used in 8000km route.Narrow gauges- 762mm. Used in 2000km only.
  • 15. Problem Increasing number of passenger/ customerPoor customer service/satisfaction.Rising input cost upto 200%

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