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    • Mahesh Rotale Nikhil Pokale Mayur Boke Nikesh Ingale Monika Ekade Mukesh Puri Namrata Gandhi Under the Guidance : Prof. N. Kakani 2 Group Members
    •  Infrastructure is understood as an important input for industrial and overall economic development  Infrastructure activities, such as power, transport, telecommunications, provision of water, and sanitation and safe disposal of waste, are central to the activities of the household and to economic production What is Infrastructure 3
    • Housing & township Education Water supply & sanitation IrrigationTelecom Energy Transport Basic Infrastructure 4
    • Transportation Railway Road Aviation Port 5
    • Founded : 16 April 1853 (1853-04-16) Headquarters : New Delhi, India Divisions : 16 Railway Zones Indian Railways is the third largest railway network in the world with 7,083 railway stations, 131,205 railway bridges, 9,000 locomotives, 51,030 passenger coaches, 219,931 freight cars and 64,000 route kilometres (km). Railways operates 19,000 trains each day, comprising 12,000 passenger trains and 7,000 freight trains. It transports 2.65 million tonnes (MT) of freight traffic and 23 million passengers every day and 7.2 billion passengers per year. It currently has 1.36 million employees and an annual revenue base of Rs 106,000 crores as projected on March 31, 2012. Indian railway overview 6
    • The total approximate earnings of Indian Railways on originating basis during April 1 to December 31, 2012 were Rs 89,906.46 crore as compared to Rs 75,009.17 crore during the same period last year, Registering an increase of 19.86 per cent. The total goods earnings have gone up from Rs 49,868.95 crore during April 1 to December 31, 2011 to Rs 62,413.41 crore during April 1 to December 31, 2012, registering an increase of 25.15 per cent. The total passenger revenue earnings during April 1 to December 31, 2012 were Rs 23,025.34 crore compared to Rs 20,999.01 crore during the same period last year, registering an increase of 9.65 per cent. Contin…….. Source: www.indianrailway.gov.in/railway book 7
    • Sr. No Name Abbr. Date Established Headquarters 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 cost 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 daipur Jaipur, Ajmer, Bikaner, Jodhpur 8. Northeast frontier NFR 1958 guwahati Alipurduar, Katihar, Lumding, Rangia, Tinsukia INDIAN RAILWAY’S ZONE’S & THEIR DIVISIONS & H.Q. 8
    • 9. Northern NR April 14, 1952 Delhi Delhi, Ambala, Firozpur, Lucknow, Moradabad 10. South central SCR October 2, 1966 secunder abad Secunderabad, Hyderabad, Guntakal, Guntur, Nanded, Vijayawada 11. South east central SECR April 1, 2003 Bilaspur 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, Baroda, Ratlam, Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Bhavnagar Contin…… 9
    • Sl. No Name Abbr. Year Established Location Main products 1. Golden Rock Locomotive Workshops GOC 1928 Trichy Diesel-electric Locomotives 2. Chittaranjan Locomotive Works CLW 1947 Chittaranjan, Asansol Electric Locomotives 3. Diesel Locomotive Works DLW 1961 Varanasi Diesel Locomotives 4. Diesel-Loco Modernisation Works DMW 1981 Patiala Diesel-electric Locomotives 5. Integral Coach Factory ICF 1952 Chennai Passenger coaches 6. Rail Coach Factory RCF 1986 Kapurthala Passenger coaches 7. Rail Wheel Factory RWF 1984 Bangalore Railway wheels and axles 8. Rail Wheel Factory RWF 2012 Chhapra Railway wheels 9. Rail Coach Factory, Raebareli RCF 2012 Raebareli Passenger coaches Production Units of Indian Railway 10
    • Indian rail map 11
    • 1. Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India 2. Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation 3. Konkan Railway Corporation 4. Indian Railway Finance Corporation 5. Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation 6. Railtel Corporation of India – Telecommunication Networks 7. RITES Ltd. – Consulting Division of Indian Railways 8. IRCON International Ltd. – Construction Division 9. Rail Vikas Nigam Limited 10. Container Corporation of India 11. Rail Land Development Authority Railway PSU's 12
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    • Source: http://www.indianrailway.gov.in/performance_report Dec 2012 16
    • It facilitate long distance travel and transport of bulky goods which are not easily transported through motor vehicles. It is a quick and more regular form of transport because it helps in the transportation of goods with speed and certainty. It helps in the industrialization process of a country by easy transportation of coal and raw-materials at a cheaper rate. It helps in the quick movement of goods from one place to another at the time of emergencies like famines and scarcity. It encourages mobility of labour and provides a great scope for employment. Railway is the safest form of transport. The carrying capacity of the railways is extremely large. Its good for poor people ADVANTAGES 17
    • The railway requires a large investment of capital. The cost of construction, maintenance and overhead expenses are very high as compared to other modes of transport. It routes and timings cannot be adjusted to individual requirements. Rail transport cannot provide door to door service as it is tied to a particular track. Railway transport is unsuitable and uneconomical for short distances and small traffic of goods. It involves much time and labour in booking and taking delivery of goods through railways as compared to motor transport. Because of huge capital requirements and traffic, railways cannot be operated economically in rural areas. DISADVANTAGES 18
    • Highest ever plan outlay of Rs 60,100 crore Gross Budgetary Support - Rs 24,000 crore Railway Safety Fund - Rs 2,000 crore Internal Resources - Rs 18,050 crore Market Borrowing - Rs 15,000 crore; PPP - Rs 1,050 crore 725 km new lines, 700 km doubling, 800 km gauge conversion and 1100 km electrification targeted in 2012-13 Rs 6,872 crore provided for new lines, Rs 3,393 crore for doubling, Rs 1,950 crore for gauge conversion, Rs 828 crore for electrification Annual Plan 2012-13 19
    • Aims at adding 25,000 route km to the railway network Will follow public private partnership (PPP) model in projects Special task force will be set up to clear investment proposals within 100 days Indian railways vision 2020 20
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    • Indian Railway Budget 2013-14 Highlights  5% hike in average freight rates  58 train routes to be extended  Fire extinguishers to be kept in guard vans  Smoke and fire detection system envisaged  Introduction of Train Protection Warning System on Automatic Signalling Systems.  Elimination of 10,700 unmanned level crossings targeted during the Plan  Introduction of 160/200 kmph Self-Propelled Accident Relief Trains.  470 km new lines, 750 km doubling, 575 km gauge conversion and 1200 km electrification targeted in 2013-14. 22
    •  Free wi-fi facility to be provided in select trains  Upgrading 60 stations as Adarsh stations in addition to 980 selected already.  Railways will use Aadhar data base for bookings and validation of passengers  Special A/C coaches 'Anubhuti', to be introduced in select Shatabdi and Rajdhani trains to give excellent ambience with commensurate fare  Investment through Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode - Rs.6,000.00 crore.  Next-Gen eticketing system to be rolled out, which will be capable of handling 7,200 tickets per minute against 2,000 now and 1.20 lakh users simultaneously against 40,000 now. 23
    •  Passenger growth estimated at 5.2%.  Targeted Operating Ratio of 87.8%.  Gross Traffic Receipts fixed at Rs. 1,43,742.00 crore in the BE 2013-14, compared to Rs. 1,32,552.00 crore in BE of 2012-13.  10% reservation for women in RPF  Raised four companies of women RPF personnel, and another eight to be raised for women’s safety 24
    • Webliography http://www.indianrailway.gov.in http://www.indianrail.gov.in - Indian Railways Passenger Reservation Enquiry. http://www.indianrail.gov.in/inet_srcdest_names.html - Trains between a source destination pair. http://www.irctc.co.in - Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation. http://www.trainenquiry.com - Train Running Information on Indian Railways. http://indian-railways.rediff.com - Indian Railways booking, train reservation etc. http://www.irfca.org - Indian Railways Fan Club. http://erail.in - A better way to search trains. 25
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