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  • 1.
    • Anand Dube
    • Darshna Chande
    • Karan Sobti
    • Sriaditya Kasula
    • Vinay Chaudhari
    Monopoly - Indian Railways
  • 2.
    • What is a monopoly?
    • A firm is considered a monopoly if . . .
      • it is the sole seller of its product.
      • its product does not have close substitutes.
  • 3.
    • Primary characteristics of a monopoly
      • Single Sellers
      • No Close substitutes
      • Price Maker
      • Blocked Entry
  • 4.
    • Barriers to entry
      • Legal/Government Restrictions
      • High cost of entry
      • Advertising and product differentiation
  • 5. Monopoly price Quantity Q MAX 0 Costs and Revenue Demand Average total cost Marginal revenue Marginal cost A 1. The intersection of the marginal-revenue curve and the marginal-cost curve determines the profit-maximizing quantity... B 2. ...and then the demand curve shows the price consistent with this quantity.
  • 6.  
  • 7.
    • State owned company
    • Monopoly of country’s rail transport
    • In 1832, a proposal was made to build a railroad between Madras & Bangalore, but it never materialized.
    • In 1845, two companies formed
      • East Indian Railway Company operating from Calcutta
      • Great Indian Peninsula Railway operating from Bombay
    • On December 22, 1851, first train is operational in India
    • April 16, 1853, first passenger train introduced between Bombay & Thana.
    • Railways grows in India with encouragement of the British Government.
  • 8.
    • Due to Partition, India lost 40% of its existing rail network.
    • At independence, 42 rail systems were existing
    • In 1951, all systems were nationalized as one unit.
    • Total of 6 zones came into existence in 1952, later extended to 16 zones.
    • In 1985, steam locomotives are phased out.
    • In 1987, computerisation of reservation first was carried out in Bombay
    • In 1989, train numbers were standardized to 4 digits.
    • In 1995, entire reservation system was computerized.
    • In 1998, Konkan Railway was opened spanning difficult terrain through the Western Ghats.
  • 9.  
  • 10.
    • Railways Zones –
    Sr. No. Name Abbr. Headquarters Date Established Divisions 1 Central CR November 5, 1951 Mumbai Mumbai, Bhusawal, Pune, Solapur, Nagpur 2 East Central ECR October 1, 2002 Hajipur Danapur, Dhanbad, Mughalsarai, Samastipur, Sonpur 3 East Coast ECoR April 1, 2003 Bhubaneswar Khurda Road, Sambalpur, Visakhapatnam 4 Eastern ER April, 1952 Kolkata Howrah, Sealdah, Asansol, Malda 5 North Central NCR April 1, 2003 Allahabad Allahabad, Agra, Jhansi 6 North Eastern NER 1952 Gorakhpur Izzatnagar, Lucknow, Varanasi 7 North Western NWR October 1, 2002 Jaipur Jaipur, Ajmer, Bikaner, Jodhpur 8 Northeast Frontier NFR 1958 Guwahati Alipurduar, Katihar, Lumding, Rangia, Tinsukia 9 Northern NR April 14, 1952 Delhi Delhi, Ambala, Firozpur, Lucknow, Moradabad 10 South Central SCR October 2, 1966 Secunderabad Secunderabad, Hyderabad, Guntakal, Guntur, Nanded, Vijayawada 11 South East Central SECR April 1, 2003 Bilaspur, CG Bilaspur, Raipur, Nagpur 12 South Eastern SER 1955 Kolkata Adra, Chakradharpur, Kharagpur, Ranchi 13 South Western SWR April 1, 2003 Hubli Hubli, Bangalore, Mysore 14 Southern SR April 14, 1951 Chennai Chennai, Madurai, Palakkad, Salem, Tiruchchirapalli, Thiruvanathapuram 15 West Central WCR April 1, 2003 Jabalpur Jabalpur, Bhopal, Kota 16 Western WR November 5, 1951 Mumbai Mumbai Central, Vadodara, Ratlam, Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Bhavnagar
  • 11.
    • Passenger Services
      • Operates over 9000 trains and transports over 5 billion annually across India.
      • Preferred mode of transport in most of the country.
      • Overcrowding is a widely faced problem
      • Ticket-less travel is also an additional problem faced.
  • 12.
    • Production Services
      • Manufactures most of its rolling stock and heavy engineering component
      • Production units are managed directly by ministry
      • Each unit is headed by GM
  • 13.
    • Production Services
    • In addition, Central Organisation for Railway Electrification (CORE) headquartered at Allahabad is also headed by a GM.
    • Its job is to undertake electrification projects of IR & monitor their progress across the country.
    Name Headquarters Purpose Diesel Locomotive Works Varanasi Manufacture mainline diesel-electric for passenger and freight traffic Chittaranjan Locomotive Works Chittaranjan Manufacture electric locomotives using DC traction as well as AC-AC transmission Diesel-Loco Modernisation Works Patiala Manufactures key sub-assemblies for Diesel Locomotives Integral Coach Factory Chennai Make coaches for the Indian Railways Rail Coach Factory Kapurthala Modern plant and has a much more flexible automation Wheel & Axle Plant Bengaluru Makes cast wheels for wagons
  • 14.
    • Freight
      • Carries variety of goods
      • Contributes to 70% of revenues
      • Last 2 decades, shifted to large container movement.
      • Majority of earnings comes from carrying bulk goods like iron ore, coal.
      • Introduced CONRAJ for high priority freight
  • 15.
    • Suburban Rail
      • Many cities have dedicated suburban networks.
      • Cities include Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow & Pune.
      • Only Mumbai, Pune & Hyderabad share tracks with long distance trains.
      • Trains are mostly electric multiple units.
      • Only in Mumbai trains run on Direct Current, rest run on Alternating Current.
  • 16.  
  • 17.
    • Other PSU’s under the control of Ministry of Railways
      • Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation
      • Konkan Railway Corporation
      • Indian Railway Finance Corporation
      • Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation
      • Railtel Corporation of India – Telecommunication Networks
      • RITES Ltd. – Consulting Division of Indian Railways
      • IRCON International Ltd. – Construction Division
      • Rail Vikas Nigam Limited
    • Centre for Railway Information Systems is an autonomous society under Railway Board, which is responsible for developing the major software required by Indian Railways for its operations.
  • 18.
    • World’s third largest railway network
    • Prime movers to the nation
    • Approximately 65,000 km of rail tracks and over 7,151 railway stations.
    • IR owns a fleet of
      • 2,22,379 wagons
      • 42,441 coaches
      • 7,910 locomotives
    • Operates 1,60,251 trains including 9,550 passenger trains, carrying about 1.6 million tonnes of freight and about 18 million passengers daily
  • 19.
    • Prime infrastructural sector
    • World's largest commercial or utility employer, with more than 1.5 million employees on its payrolls
    • Perform the dual role
      • Commercial Organization
      • Vehicle for fulfillment of social obligations
    • Part and parcel of the total receipts and expenditure of the Government of India.
    • Contributes to 1% of GDP of INDIA.
  • 20.  
  • 21.
    • In 2002-03, 'social service obligation' of Indian Railways worked out Rs 37.87 billion.
    • A 2001-02 review of all "branch lines" disclosed that 115 trains had become uneconomical, accounting for an annual loss of Rs 434 crore.
    • In 2001, the ratio of net revenue to capital declined to 2.5
    • In 1999-2000, fund balances had touched a low of Rs. 1.49 billion.
    • Operating ratio reached 98.8 percent in the year ending March 2001.
  • 22.
    • Surplus manpower…1.6 million in FY 2001.
    • Poor staff productivity.
    • Loss of market share in the profitable freight business.
    • Lack of flexibility in pricing.
    • Lack of accountability.
    • Politicization of the decision-making processes
  • 23.  
  • 24.
    • modernization
    • safety and security of passengers
    • replacement and renewal of assets
    • track renewal & improvement in passenger amenities
    • increase in productivity and reduction in operating ratio.
    • computerization of railway systems.
    • induction of new technologies for signalling and telecom.
    • prevention of leakages of revenue.
  • 25.
    • Capacity Enhancement
        • increasing wagon loading capacity
        • reducing wagon turnaround time
        • increasing length of wagon sidings(platforms)
        • reducing loading/unloading time
        • avoiding frequent train examination
  • 26.
    • Capacity Utilization
        • Dynamic pricing policy
        • Tariff Rationalization
        • Non-peak Season Incremental Freight Discount
        • Loyalty Discount Scheme
        • Long-term Freight Discount Scheme
        • Multiple Unloading
  • 27.
    • Revenue Enhancement
        • Focusing on low-cost high-volume operations
        • Revision in freight rates
        • Increasing number of coaches in popular trains
        • Reducing AC class fares
        • Introducing Garib Raths to attract volumes
  • 28.
    • Change in the macro-economic conditions
    • Rise in demand
    • Change in the legal position
    • Changes in organisational culture
    • Human resources initiatives
    • Downsizing
    • Decentralising
  • 29.
    • In FY 2006-2007, IR registered profits of Rs. 200 billion.
    • As of 2007, IR was India's second largest profit making PSU after ONGC.
    • Revenue per staff witnessed a rise by 68 percent (2001–2006).
    • Operating Ratio was brought down to 78.7 percent by 2007.
    • Enhanced axle load and reduction in turnaround time of wagons increased by 14%
    • IR increased wagon capacity available per day by 36 %
    • The number of employees reduced to 1.412 million by 2006 .
    • The number of accidents have been more than halved from 473 (2001) to 200 (2007)
    • Increase in the volume of passengers by approx 29 percent over the period 2001 to 2007
  • 30.  
  • 31.
    • The XIth Plan (2007-12) lays ambitious targets for
    • Freight and passenger business transportation
    • Capacity augmentation
    • Technological up gradation.
    • Sustained improvement of services .
  • 32.  
  • 33.
    • Increase in market share in freight traffic, both bulk and non-bulk, was the important focus area.
    • Plan priorities for IR - building capacity for handling traffic growth
    • Up-gradation for heavy axle load movement
    • Modernization of freight and passenger terminals
    • Developing world class stations
    • Information Technology initiatives and technological up-gradations.
  • 34.
    • Q uantum increase in traffic through incremental capacity augmentation :
    • Capacity creation targets in XIth Plan have been kept at twice/thrice.
    • 2000 kms of new lines, convert 10000 kms of Meter/Narrow gauge lines to Broad gauge, double 6000 kms of single track and electrify 3500 kms of network length
    • Manufacture/ procure 1,55,000 wagons (equivalent 4 wheeler units), 17,500 coaches, 2800 EMUs.
    • 2200 MEMU/DEMU and 3600 Locomotives (1800 Electric and 1800 Diesel)
  • 35.
    • How to attain the Rolling Stock ??
    • The INITIATIVES :
    • Electric Locomotive Manufacturing Unit
    • Diesel Locomotive Manufacturing Unit
    • main line EMU Manufacturing Unit,
    • two new Rail Coach Factories besides augmenting the capacity of existing production units.
    • These new Manufacturing Units are to be setup as departmental production units or through the Joint Venture route.
    • “ Indian Railways is also moving ahead with the Dedicated Freight Corridor Projects on Western Route from Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust near Bombay to Rewari and Eastern Route from Ludhiana to Dankuni. These corridors would add significant capacity in freight transportation and would be operational in 2016-17. “
  • 36.
    • Status Quo : Passenger Services - Trains
    • 10 new Garib Raths introduced.
    • 53 pairs of new trains.
    • Extension of trains : 16 pairs.
    • Increase in frequency : 11 pairs.
  • 37.
    • Status Quo : Passenger Services – Trains
    • 300 additional services in Mumbai suburban.
    • Special train from Anandpur Sahib and Patna Sahib to Gurudwara Sachkhand Sahib during tercentenary function of Shri Guru Granth Sahib of Gurta Gaddi.
    • Special train between Pune and Delhi for Commonwealth Youth Games being held in Pune from 12 th -18 th October this year.
  • 38.
    • Amenities
    • Provision of on-line coach indication display board; on-line train arrival departure information board; on-line reservation availability information board.
    • Provision of discharge-free green toilets in all 36,000 coaches in XI Plan period at a cost of about Rs.4,000 cr.
    • LHB design coaches for all Rajdhani and Shatabdi trains over next few years.
    • Provision of LHB coaches with stainless steel bogies in Mail/Express trains.
  • 39.
    • Concessions
    • Senior citizen concession for women enhanced to 50% from existing 30%.
    • Free Monthly Seasonal Ticket to girl students up to graduation level in place of 12 th standard and for boys up to 12 th standard in place of 10 th standard.
    • Improvements in ticketing 
    • Termination of queues at ticket counters targeted in two years.
    • Ticket booking on mobile phones;  E-ticket for waitlisted passengers.
    • Increase in Unreserved Ticketing Systems counters to 15,000 and ATVMs to 6000.
  • 40.
    • Reduction in passenger fares
    • One rupee discount per passenger for fares up to Rs.50 in non suburban Second Class (ordinary and mail/express)
    • 5% discount across the board for passenger fares beyond Rs.50 for all non suburban Second Class (ordinary and mail/express).
    • Increase in discount for travel in new design high capacity reserved coaches.
    • Reduction in fare – AC-I : 7%; and AC-II : 4% (the reduction will be half for popular trains and during peak period).
  • 41.
    • Freight Business
    • Reductions & Concessions
    • 5%  reduction in freight rates for Petrol and Diesel.
    • 14% reduction in freight rate of Fly-ash.
    • Liberalisation of Traditional Empty Flow direction incentive scheme
  • 42.
    • Freight Business
    • Reductions & Concessions
    • 30% discount on entire traffic in place of incremental traffic booked from goods shed.
    • Increase in discount on incremental traffic booked from private sidings from 30% to 40%.
    • 6% freight concession for traffic booked from other States for stations in North Eastern States.
  • 43.
    • Initiatives
    • Target for loading fixed at 850 MT in 2008-09.
    • Blue - Print prepared for High Density Network.
    • Top priority being given to port rail connectivity projects.
    • New and dedicated iron ore routes to be upgraded/constructed.
    • Work on Eastern freight corridor from Ludhiana to Dankuni (Kolkata) and Western freight corridor from Delhi to JNPT to start in 2008-09.
  • 44.
    • Initiatives
    • Procurement of Rolling Stock: All time high of 20,000 wagons, 250 diesel and 220 electric locomotives to be manufactured.
    • New Wagon Leasing Policy and Wagon Investment Scheme formulated to increase availability of wagons in the system.
    • Discounts for development of bulk and non-bulk goods terminals.
  • 45.
    • Safety & Security
    • Multi-pronged scheme to strengthen railway safety through various automatic devices like anti-collision device etc.
    • Rail accidents have reduced remarkably despite substantial increase in gross traffic volumes.
    • Fire resistant material to be used in coaches.
    • Unmanned level crossings at busy sections to be manned on a fast track basis.
    • Integrated security plan drawn up through installation of CCTVs, metal detectors etc.
  • 46.
    • Welfare Measures
    • Social Welfare
    • 99%  backlog vacancies for SCs/STs filled up in special campaign launched since 2004.
    • Appointment of candidates from SCs/STs/OBCs exceeded their respective quotas in Group D appointments.
    • Minorities welfare cells to be opened at Railway Board and Zonal Railways.
  • 47.
    • Welfare Measures
    • Social Welfare
    • One time exercise of appointing Railway Porters as gangmen and to other Group D posts.
    • Mother-Child Health Express to be run on a pilot basis at concessional fares in collaboration with Rajiv Gandhi Foundation for providing medical facilities to mother and child.
  • 48.
    • Staff Welfare 
    • Per-capita contribution to Staff Benefit Fund to be increased by ten times from Rs.35 to Rs.350 for 2008-09.
    • Northern Railway Central Hospital at Delhi to be made centrally air-conditioned.
    • Two divisional hospitals at Jaipur and Hubli to be upgraded to central hospitals.
  • 49.
    • Staff Welfare 
    • A new divisional hospital at Ranchi and an OPD block at Integral Coach Factory to be constructed.
    • Employees who joined Railways from other agencies/PSUs etc and are eligible for pensionary benefits, would now be eligible for post retirement complimentary passes as per the norms being set.
  • 50.
    • Vision 2025
    • Aims at setting the roadmap for coming 17 years – customer centric and market responsive strategic initiatives.
    • Information Technology Vision 2012 aims at radical changes in IT applications ,improvement in operational efficiency, transparency in working ad better services to the customers.
    • Multi-Departmental Innovation Promotion Group at Apex Level .
  • 51.
    • Vision 2025
    • Public-Private Partnership schemes to be launched for attracting an investment of Rs.1,00,000 cr over the next five years for developing world class stations, rolling stock ad other logistics.
    • Commercial use of Railway land by Rail Land Development Authority to give a boost to Railway Revenues.
  • 52. THANK YOU !!