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this is an introduction about Indian Railways

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    • INDIAN RAILWAYS introduction by RP Saxena
    • INDIAN RAILWAYS
      • Indian Railways is more than150 year old
      • It is largest railway system in world under one management
      • It is a lifeline of country
      • It is biggest civilian employer in the world
      • No strike in last 30 years in spite of 17 lakh workers
      • Always targeted by public during any rally, agitation etc
    • GENERAL
      • Indian Railways covers 64000 of route km along length & width of the country
      • It runs 12000 trains every day
      • it carry 1.5 crore passengers & 17 lakh tonnes of goods every day
      • It is fuel efficient system
    • INFRASTRUCTURE
      • Railways has 7500 engines,38000 coaches & about 2.5 lakh of wagons
      • 7000 stations & about 500 computerized passenger reservation centers
      • 1 lakh km of track
      • 15 lakh employee(10 lakh in Group C) including 10000 officers
      • 6 lakh staff Qrs
      • Biggest township Kharagpur has 12000 qrs
    • ORIGIN & DEVELOPMENT
      • 1947 Post partition 21 railway systems----10 owned by the GOI and balance by princely states. Total integration of princely state railways completed by first April 1950
      • 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
      • 2003 South Western , West Central, North Central, South Eastern Central & East Coast Railway, SWR, WCR, NCR, SECR and ECoR created in April 2003
    • Speed
      • Shatabdi trains can run at maxm speed of 140 kmph
      • Rajdhani maxm 130 kmph
      • Superfast trains 110 kmph
      • Other mail & exp 110kmph but more stoppage
      • Goods train maxm 100 kmph
    • ORGANISATION
            • 3 tier Management
      • Top – Railway board or Ministry of Railways headed by Chairman Railway Board
      • Middle -16 zones headed by General Managers
      • Bottom -68 divisions headed by Division Railway Managers
    • Budget
      • Railway earns mainly from goods traffic
      • Daily expenditure is about Rs 100 cr (42% staff, 18% fuels)
      • Daily earnings Rs140 cr
      • daily loss on uneconomic branch line Rs 8 cr
    • Department
      • Railway has its own cadre & consists of 9 Deptt ( 8 wheel & 1 brake)
      • Technical- 4 Engineering,mechanical, electrical & signal
      • Non technical- 5
      • Traffic, personel,,stores, security& finance
    • Production units
      • Chitranjan loco works at Chitranjan for electrical engine
      • Diesel loco works,Varanasi for Diesel Engine
      • Coach factory at Perambur & Kapurthala
      • Railwheel factory at Bangalore
      • Diesel componet works at Patiala
    • PSU
      • Indian railway catering & tourism co (IRCTC)
      • Indian railway constn comp (IRCON)
      • Rail india technical services(RITES)
      • Container corporation (concor)
      • Rail tel corparation (Rail tel)
      • Konkan railway corpo Ltd (KRCL)
      • Mumbai rail vikas corporation (MRVC)
      • Rail Vikash Nigam Ltd (RVNL)
      • Rail Land Dev Authority(RLDA)
      • Dedicated freight corridor co Ltd
    • Research
      • Research Design & Standardisation Organisation (RDSO) in Lucknow –in house research organisation
      • It is an integrated organisation for track & rolling stock
      • responsible for developing and testing of new technology and design related to railways
    • TRAINING
      • OFFICERS
      • Railway staff college,Vadadara- General training for all Railway officers
      • IRICEN,Pune –Civil engg
      • IRIEEN,Nasik-electrical engg
      • IRIMEE-jamalpur-Mechenical engg
      • IRISET-Secundrabad-signal & telecommunication engg
      • Indian Railways Institute of Transport Management (IRITM) at Lucknow-Traffic deptt
      • Cenntral training academy for Railwyays accounts-Account deptt
    • Training (contd)
      • Supervisors and staff
      • Zonal training centre
      • Divisional training school
      • Others like drivers,engineering training schools
      • 177 training institutes for training of non gazetted staff
      • 25% of officers and 17% of staff are trained annually
    • Public concern
      • Availability of Reservation
      • PRS irrespective of presence of Railway - cover more than 90% of population including each district HQ etc,(720 no)
      • tatkal booking, Internet booking
      • PNR enquiry.
      • It runs additional service in festivals,summer & winter holiday
      • information for passengers on internet, ivrs
    • Public Concern
      • Safety & punctuality -generally good but adverse publicity is more .Annual deaths in Railways are much lesser than Road Accidents
      • Cleanliness of stations ,waiting halls etc
      • Cleanliness of trains , toilets & linen supplied in trains- serious concern. Lot of attention is being paid but lot is to be done. depend on civic sense of rail users also
      • Hygienic food – now IRCTC is setup to improve catering at stations & trains
      • All information available in timetable & internet at www.indianrail.gov.in
    • Railways concern
      • Not able to fix fare as per cost -
      • i) loss in suburban service
      • ii) loss due to increase in cost of diesel
      • Not able to close uneconomic branch line-yearly loss 2500 cr
      • Political interference in investment decision
      • Not able to meet public demand for more seats in few sector &run empty trains in others
      • Need Rs50000 cr to complete on going projects
    • Commercial vs Social
      • Railway has social obligation to run transport service for all the area of country irrespective of profit motive. It can not close uneconomic lines
      • It can not increase fare due to adverse political impact even though fuel cost mounting
      • It has to generate enough resources for efficient maintenance & replacements of assets on its own
      • Any question is most welcome
      • THANKS
    • Tree plantation
      • Does Tree plantation along the Railway line , in colony & on surplus vacant land
      • Ornamental tree in offices , stations
      • residence compounds ,level xing
      • Now energy plantation is thrust area – Jatropha curcus (biodiesel)
      • Railway plant about 20 lakhs tree every year
    • Dedicated freight corridor
      • Railways will construct two dedicated freight corridor from calcutta to Amritsar & Mumbai to Delhi via Ahmadabad-Jaipur
      • It will cost about Rs1.0 lakh cr & will be funded by railways own resources
      • 2 yr plg +5 year construction
    • Numbering of trains
      • 4 digit numbering for express & 3 digit for passenger trains
      • Tr no starting with 2 –superfast
      • First digit –zone 2 nd digit –divn & last 2 digit train identity
      • All Rajdhani except serving WR(29) & ER(23) are NR trains & starts with number 24
      • All shatabdi trains starts with number 20 & last two digit vary from 01 to 84
    • Coach numbering
      • H -AC first
      • A - AC-2 tier
      • B -AC-3 tier
      • C – Chair car
      • S – SL class
      • -General