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    • Submitted By: Avinash Roshan(2010MB70) Jitendra Singh(2010MB33) Kunal Bhasney(2010MB29) Sachin Kumar(2010MB44)
    • Indian Railways  The world’s second largest railway, carries 18 million passengers each day and it has Introduction to IR
    • FREIGHT (GOODS) 62% PASSENGER 28% OTHERS 10% SOURCES OF REVENUE
    • 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 98.3 96 92.3 92.1 91 83.2 78.7 75.9 Operating Ratio back
    • Commercialization of Indian Railways Commercialization is important aspect of Indian railways. Aims at providing not only service but also to generate revenue.
    • Why Commercialization???
    • How it revolved?
    • Conceptual Framework
    • Retrenchment Strategy Effect 1 ) Reviewing value adding business (Catering, parcel service ) Cost saving > Rs 1,000 crores /annum 2) Reduction of wagon turnaround time 14 % time saved 3) Outsourcing Improved efficiency
    • Repositioning Strategy Effect 1 ) Developing new products (Double stack containers) Saving: 7% on capital cost , 25% operational expenses 2) Product differentiation E-ticketing, new passenger coaches 3) Focus on revenue growth(like enhancement in loading capacity, cash incentive to free up wagons) Freight revenue jumped from 233 m(2001) to 417 m(2007).
    • Re- Organization Strategy Effect 1) Changes in planning system Improved efficiency 2) Extent of decentralization ( like Zones raised from (2003) to 16 (2005)) Improved vendor satisfaction
    • Areas of Commercialization Transportation. Introduction of I.T. Outsourcing.
    • Transportation Daily expenditure is about Rs 100 cr (42% staff, 18% fuels). Daily earnings Rs120 cr . Daily loss on uneconomic branch line Rs 8 cr. Greater competition from Roadways, with major investments in Highway network upgradation. Upgradation of the Railway Production units for improved efficiency and productivity.
    • Transportation  Goods Trains Railway earns mainly from goods traffic. More than a million ton of goods transported daily. Carries 16 lakh tonnes of goods every day. Railways has 7500 engines,38000 coaches & about 2.5 lakh of wagons. Goods train maxm. 100 kmph.
    • Transportation Passenger Trains Carries 1.4 crore passengers daily. Greater attention to passenger services and safety. Heavily subsidised passenger fares, distorted passenger pricing. Indian railways have a share of nearly 22% in the passenger transport market.
    • Transportation VARIETY OF SERVICES  AC FIRST CLASS.  AC SLEEPER.  FIRST CLASS.  AC 3 TIER.  AC CHAIR CAR.  SLEEPER CLASS.  ORDINARY CHAIR CAR.
    • Usage of IT in Railways 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
    • Usage of IT in Railways 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.
    • OUTSORCING IT giants like TCS and WIPRO eyeing Railways' outsourcing deal. L&T Infotech wins system integration projects from Indian Railways. Indian Railways formed a PPP cell at the Board level to guide in the initiatives of Indian Railways . Organisations like RITES, RVNL, CONCOR, IRCTC, etc. have been formed as an FBO. Parcel Service, Catering,Vinyl Wrapping of trains,Palace on Wheels are part of outsourcing of IR.
    • Parcel Management System Following Functions are covered • Parcel Booking, Cancellation and Loading • Monitoring and tracking of Parcels • Printing of Parcel labels • Networking of all parcel offices • RFID tags for tracing parcels
    • Vinyl wrapped train by Airtel 80 crores contract with airtel and kurkure for ad
    • Catering
    • PALACE ON WHEELS
    • WHEELS OF CHANGES MoU with CHINESE counterpart Rail fleet with eco-friendly technology Train traffic control will be computerised soon WI-FI will be introduced soon in business class Railway will utilize solar energy
    • What`s next now???
    • References  www.indianraiways.gov.in  www.indianrail.gov.in  Milind.Sathye@canberra.edu.au  www.rbi.org.in  www.reservebank.com  www.irfca.org  en.wikipedia.org  Rakesh Mohan Committee. 2001. Highlights of the Executive Summary  Raghuram, G. 2007. ‘Turnaround’ of Indian Railways: A critical appraisal of strategies and processes’, Indian Institute of Management Working Paper no. 2007– 02–03, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.  A Case Study Desh Gupta and Milind Sathye* Faculty of Business & Government University of Canberra, Canberra, Australia.
    • References  www.indianraiways.gov.in  www.indianrail.gov.in  Milind.Sathye@canberra.edu.au  www.rbi.org.in  www.reservebank.com  www.irfca.org  en.wikipedia.org  Rakesh Mohan Committee. 2001. Highlights of the Executive Summary  Raghuram, G. 2007. ‘Turnaround’ of Indian Railways: A critical appraisal of strategies and processes’, Indian Institute of Management Working Paper no. 2007– 02–03, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.  A Case Study Desh Gupta and Milind Sathye* Faculty of Business & Government University of Canberra, Canberra, Australia.