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  1. 1. 1 Report of Six Months Industrial Training Required for award of Bachelor of Technology at GIANI ZAIL SINGH PTU Campus, Bathinda(Established by Govt. of Punjab) Training Period: June 05 to Dec 03 In BWECL Bharat Wagon & Engineering Corporation limited (Govt. of india undertaking-ministry of Railway) Submitted By:- Submitted To:- MANISH KUMAR Mechanical Engg. Dept. UNI. ROLL NO-100311129897 Mech. (2k10)
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  3. 3. 3 INDEX COMPANY PROFILE...................................................................................05 ABOUT BHARAT WAGON........................................................................06 FIANANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF THE ORGANISATION............................08 PRESENT POSITION OF ORGANISATION..................................................10 ABOUT FOUNDERS & PROMOTORS........................................................15 HISTORICAL BACKGROUND.....................................................................16 REHABILATION OF WAGON.....................................................................19 SELLING WITH INDIAN RAILWAY.............................................................21 MARKETING OF RAW MATERIAL.............................................................26 PROCES OF SELLING.................................................................................28 ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE................................................................33 PRESS & SMITHY SHOP.............................................................................58 CUTTING & WELDING SHOP.....................................................................62 DRILLING SHOP.........................................................................................65 MACHINE SHOP........................................................................................68 FOUNDRY SHOP........................................................................................72 WAGON ASSEMBLY SHOP.........................................................................76 FINISHING SHOP........................................................................................77 TEMPLATE SHOP........................................................................................78 SCRAP MEANING & DDEFINATION…….......................................................79 LIST OF SCRAP MATERIALS PRODUCED IN BWEL MUZAFFARPUR.............80 SCRAP MANAGEMENT AND IMPORTANCE................................................84
  4. 4. 4 VARIOUS LOCATIONS FOR SCRAP IN SCRAP DEPOT...................................87 TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF AUCTIONS SALE OF SCRAP BWEL MZFF........88 SCRAP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SMS)........................................................93 TARGET.......................................................................................................96 CONCLUSION…………………………………………………………..................................96 BIBLIOGRAPHY………………………………………...................................................97
  5. 5. 5 COMPANY PROFILE Bharat Wagon is an engineering Industry commanding very good reputation and having decades of experience with two manufacturing units in Mokama & Muzaffarpur in the state of Bihar. Our both units have been accredited with ISO-9001:2000 Quality management System Standards for manufacturing of wagons. The product profile of Bharat Wagons and the enriched experience reveal the credibility of our company and the capability of our skilled personnel that have brought laurels to the organization. BWEL manufacturers railway wagons, sugar mill machineries & fabrications castings and miscellaneous project equipment. Railway wagons comprise the bulk of the turnover of the company. The company has a wagon manufacturing capacity of 2500 FWU p.a. Railway wagons are produced at the Mokamah and Muzaffarpur units. The wagons are catered to the Indian Railways and Ministry of Defence. Some special purpose wagons are also produced according to specific customer requirements. The unit at Mokamah s capable of producing only board gauge units while the unit at Muzaffarpur is equipped to produce both Broad gauge and Metre gauge units. In addition to railway wagons the units are capable of producing all relevant wagon components. BWEL diversified into turnkey project o 1979 as part of its diversification strategy and a separate Project Division was set up in 1995. This division has successfully executed a number of turnkey projects.
  6. 6. 6 ABOUT BHARAT WAGON Bharat Wagon & Engineering Company Limited (“BWEL” or “the Company”) is a subsidiary of Bharat Bhari Udyog Nigam Limited (BBUNL) and is engaged in the manufacture of Railway Wagons, Sugar Mill Machines & Steel Fabrications and Project Equipment. The entire equity component of BWEL is held by BBUNL and the company is under the administrative control of the Department of Heavy Industries (DHI). BUNL in consonance with DHI has decided to disinvest up to 74% or 100% of its holding in BWEL in favour of a strategic/joint venture who would provide technological inputs, marketing support, managerial skills and fresh funds and such other assistance to BWEL as may be required to ensure healthy and consistent financial performance. This would complement the existing strengths of WHEL in possessing a team of skilled and highly experienced personnel and a well-respected brand among wagon manufacturers in the country. The administrative control of M/s BWEL was incorporated in 1978, by an Act of Parliament, through the nationalization and subsequent amalgamation of two erstwhile companies. Arthur Butler & Co. located at Muzaffarpur and Britannia Engineering Works located at Mokamah. The decision of the Government was driven by the industrial sickness in both the companies, which had forced the government to take over their management. Subsequently, in 1983 a third unit was added at Industrial Estate (Bela) Muzaffarpur for manufacturing LPG cylinders. In 1986, BWEL was made a wholly owned subsidiary of Bharat Bhari Udyog Nigam (BBUNL) which is the holding company for 9 nationalized companies in the heavy engineering sector and comes under the auspicec of the Ministry of Heavy Industries. BWEL is headquartered at Patna and has two regional offices in Delhi and Kolkata. The company has manufacturing unit at Mokamah, Bela and Muzaffarpur. The company is primarily engaged in the manufacturing of Railway Wagons. As a diversification measure the company has also entered into Steel Structures. Bridge Fabrications, Oil Tanks, Sugar Mill Equipment, Canal Gates and other Misc, Project Equipment. The Units at Mokamah and Muzaffarpur have received the ISO-9002 certification for wagon manufacturing. The company has achieved a number of distinctions in the area of productivity including the Indira Gandhi Memorial
  7. 7. 7 Award for Productivity in 1988, Rajeev Gandhi Memorial National Award for productivity in 1990 and National Produtivity Councial Certificate of Merit in 1993. Bharat Wagon & Engg. Co. Ltd. (BWEL), Patna, a central PSE and subsidiary of Bharat Bhari Udyog Nigam Ltd. (BBUNL) is transferres from the Department of Heavy Industry, Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises to the Ministry of Railway w.e.f. 13th August, 2008 (AN). Bharat Wagon & Engineering Company Ltd. (BWEL), was incorporated on 8th December 1978 as a Public Sector Unit by take over of two historical wagon manufacturing units of Arther Butler & Co and Britannia Engineering Co, both in Bihar at Muzaffarpur and Mokamah. The third industrial unit was added to the company in 1983-84 at Bela, Muzaffarpur for manufacture of LPG Cylinders. In the year 1986 the company become a subsidiary of BBUNL, Calcutta. Corporate/Head Office – Bharat Wagon & Engg. Co. Ltd., „C‟ Block, 5th Floor, Mauryalok Complex, Dak Bungalow Road, Patna – 800001 Regional Offices : 1. Bharat Wagon & Engg. Co. Ltd., 26 A, Barakhamba Road New Delhi – 110001 2. Bharat Wagon & Engg. Co. Ltd., C/O Burn Standard Co. Ltd., 40, Strand Road, 104, Akashdeep Building, 4th Floor, Room No. – 12, Kolkata – 700001 Factories/Works : 1.Bharat Wagon & Engg. Co. Ltd., Muzaffarpur Unit, Muzaffarpur – 842001
  8. 8. 8 FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF THE ORGANIZATION Under gazetteer of India notification dated 7th May 1973, the company was taken over by the Government of India in Ministry of industries first on 26th August, 1973. But, this was contested by the management before High Court, Calcutta and the court having ordered for maintaining status on 24th August, 1973 and takes over being stopped. Again Government of India by separate notification V/s SAA took over the management vide gazetteer notification No. 782(f) with effect from 14th December, 1973 but again it was contested and Government succeeded and took the company for four years & company started its production in September 1973 under supervision of Mr. A.L. Kochhar. On expiry of initial period of four years the take over was extended by a fresh notification. Managerial and supervisory staff afresh had been recruited and all workers were brought on in their previous position. Again the company was nationalized w.e.f. April 1st , 1978. On December, 8th 1978 a new registered corporate body known as Bharat Wagon and Engineering Company Limited under the department of heavy industries, Government of India took over it. Notes on Account and Accounting Policy schedules 1 to 23 and cash flow attached from part of the Account. Profit and Loss Account for the year ended 31.03.2010 Rs. in Lakh Income 31.03.2010 31.03.2010 Sales 1,540.80 863.21 Other Revenue 40.83 78.30 Increase/Decrease Finished Goods & WIP 3.37 105.00 Total Income 1,585.00 1,046.51 Expenses Consumption of Raw Materials & components 1,117.18 613.56 Consumption of stores spares & Loose Tools 24.07 16.55
  9. 9. 9 Employs Remuneration and Benefits 878.54 846.37 Excise Duty 3.25 0.00 Power & Fuel 190.29 152.53 Other Expenses 74.75 61.45 Interest 1,179.49 1,002.15 Depreciation 44.16 50.68 Total 3,511.73 2,743.29 Profit/(Loss) for the year before adjustment 1,926.73 1,696.78 Period Income/(Expenses) 4.88 474.83 Provision 78.08 159.69 Extra Ordinary Iron (VRS) 478.65 478.65 Provision Written Back 0.00 0.00 Net Profit/(Loss) for the year before Income Tax 2,488.34 2,809.95 Provision for Income Tax 0.00 0.00 Net Profit/Loss after Income Tax 2,488.34 2,809.95 Loss brought forward from previous year 10,389.90 7,579.95 Balance carried to Balance sheet 12,878.24 10,389.90 Notes on Account and Accounting Policy schedules 1 to 23 and Cash Flow attached from part of the Account. Fixed Assets ( As on 31.03.2010 ) Particular ( value in lakh ) Buildings (Residential ) - 21 Electrical installation & Equipment - 12 Land - 12 Plant & Machinery - 66 Railway siding - 40 Tube well - 08 Vehicle - 1.25 Total - 160.25
  10. 10. 10 CHANGE IN WORKING CAPITAL AS ON 31.03.2010 Particular 31.03.2010 (Rs. in Crore ) 31.03.2010 ( Rs. in Crore ) Current Liabilities Sundry Creditors 3 6.25 Advances from Customers 6.5 11.25 Other Liabilities 19.35 15.8 Interest Accured Payable 4.5 5.20 Total 33.35 38.50 Sundry debtors 2.75 2.15 Cash in hand & at bank 3.65 4.30 Loans & Advances 2.90 2.50 Stock 0.43 0.48 Sales 5.5 8.60 Total 14.78 18.03 Present Position of the Organization Bharat Wagon and Engineering Company Limited is a new name of M/S ARTHUR BUTLER COMPANY LIMITED located at muzaffarpur under the Bharat Wagon Engineering Company Limited. Other unit at Mokama and Bela industrial Estate, Muzaffarpur was also incorporated for administrative purpose. The company developed with the industrial growth and modern industrial development in northern India. The started to sugar mill machineries and other agricultural, pioneer in the field of civil engineering i.e. manufacturing of standard of products of screw pile steel bridges and steel fabrication work. The scenario of present Positions (strengths) of the company are shown with the help of following presentation :- A. Present Manpower Position of the Company :- Manpower position means the number of employees employed in an organization. Manpower position created in an industry by passing through
  11. 11. 11 various stages of manpower planning. Planning is important as it helps to determine future personnel needs, surplus or deficiency in staff strength is as a result of absence or defective manpower planning enables an enterprise to cope with changes in competitive forces, markets technology, products and Govrnment regulations. Manpower position provides essential information for designing and implementing essential personnel movement ( recruitment, selection, transfer, promotion, lay off ) and the significance of manpower. We can take a broad glimpse of manpower position by observing the following data. B. Present Wage and Salary Structure Wages are settled with the negotiation between the management and the union of the company. The consultating authority of the settlement is LABOUR COMMISSIONER. It is tripartite settlement, the Wages and Salary of BWEL, Muzaffarpur effective from January 1992 is given bellow :- Category Designation Grade Pay Structure General Manager XIV 8,250-300-10,050 Dy. General Manager XIII 7,500-300-9,900 Chief Manager XII 7,000-275-8,100-300-9,600 Manager XI 6,500-250-7,500-275-9,425 Dy. Manager X 5,400-225-6,300-250-9,050 Asst. Manager IX 4,800-200-5,800-255-8,275 Executive VIII 4,000-175-7,150 Supervisory Asst. Engineer VII 3,200-110-3,970-120-5,290 Sr. Supervisor VI 3,000-105-3,735-110-5,055 Supervisor & Other V 2,800-90-3,430-100-4,930 Workmen & Staff Highly Skilled IV 1,875-30-2,025-35-2,200 Skilled III 1,850-26-1,980-30-2,130 Semi Skilled II 1,825-22-1,935-26-2,065 Unskilled I 1,800-18-1,890-22-2,000 Pay Scals are un-revised (Due from 1st Jan. 1997). C. Present Fringe Benefits
  12. 12. 12 The team fringe benefits provided to employee in addition to the compensation paid in the form of wage and salary. Different terms are used to denote fringe benefits. They are welfare measures, social security measures, supplement sub-wages, employees benefits etc. Thus, fringe benefits are monetary and non- monetary benefits given to the employee in the organization. The term fringe benefit cover bonous , social security measures, retirement benefit like provident fund, gratuity, pension, workmen’s compensation, housing, medical, canteen, co-operation, credit, consumers stores, educational facilities, recreational facilities, financial advice and so on. Above-mentioned fringe benefits are provided to the employees of BWEL. D. Position of the Personnel Department As indicated in the administration set up of Bharat Wagon and Engineering Company Limited, Muzaffarpur unit, personnel department is having one In charge P& A department and looks after the job of welfare officer as provided under the factory Act. As a welfare officer employees welfare measures & other activities such as residential facilities, final settlement of retirement and death cases. The In charge is directly responsible to the Management. The personnel department of this company has set for itself certain objectives within the framework of the policies. The important functions of the personnel department of this company are as given below :- ( i ) To recruit the talent and skill available and increase development at a faster rate. (ii) To develop faster system of appraisal and to advice on the provision of maximum work satisfaction through fair treatment and opportunity for constructive work. (iii) To attach constructive and achievement oriented management.
  13. 13. 13 (iv) To create a congenial environment where the employer & employee will work on a co-operative basis in order to achieve organizational goals and objectives. (v) To strengthen employee-employer relationships and build cordial relations between them. (vi) To formulate rules and regulations for the organizations for its smooth functioning. (vii) To implement all the major functions properly. (viii) To maintain personal files of the employees. E. Present Productivity Ratio of BWEL The present productivity ratio of BWEL is quite satisfactory. In the year 1994, the production of railway wagon was 507.5 FWU and it kept on increasing. During 1995, the production of railway wagon (FWU) was 597.5 and ratio increases again during 1996 and it reaches up to the production of 1,362.5 railway wagon. During 1997 its production was on peak. The number of production of FWU was 1,443.5 but this ratio started to decline and the productivity ratio came to 1,312 during 1998. During the year 1999-2000 the productivity ratio declined measurably and come down 530 wagon only. This is due to shortage in the order of railway board. But, in the year 2000, the production ratio very fabulously grown up & now the production of FWU is not upto the mark. It is the sole effect of BWEL to procure the excessive demand and to satisfy the Railway Board with its own programme. The unions and agree to increase production, productivity and profitability by at least 50% of the present level for which joint efforts would be made4 in the following areas :- Suitable modifications in the existing incentive scheme consistent with the increase in productivity. Efficient lending of raw materials and reducing wastages.
  14. 14. 14 Improvements in yield and reducing operating costs. Reducing energy consumption. Improvements in house-keeping. Improving quality in all production. Continuously adopt better working practices. Reducing unauthorised absenteeism. MONTHLY PRODUCTION OF BWEL Month 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 January 27 36 40 22 - 20 11 20 February 34 57 6 15 7 20 5 25 March 37 59 14 6 2 20 26 20 April 19 22 8 8 - 10 10 20 May 30 56 18 8 - 15 19 25 June 50 54 14 3 - 15 14 9 July 5 55 15 - - 5 20 - August 41 25 15 - - 15 27 - September 50 25 35 15 - 15 20 - October 28 30 5 5 6 7 17 - November 53 22 26 - 12 5 20 - December 56 13 20 - 10 9 25 -
  15. 15. 15 ABOUT FOUNDERS AND PROMOTERS Bharat Wagon and Engineering Company Ltd. (BWEL) was formed after nationalization of Britannia, Mokameh, Bihar and Arthur Butler, Muzaffarpur, Bihar in December, 1979. The main products of the company are Railway Wagons, screw pile bridges, steel fabrication, Grey Iron Casting etc. Efforts are being made by the company to diversify and develop other product lines like oil tanks and other structural fabrication and erection work at project sites, to reduce dependence on Wagon orders. Government is exploring the possibility of joint venture formation/disinvestments. The production of the company during 2001-2002 is anticipated to be 117.44 crore. The administrative control of M/s Bharat Wagon and Engineering Company Ltd. (BWEL) , Patna a central PSE and subsidiary of Bharat Bhari Udyog Nigam Ltd. (BBUNL) is transferred from the Department of Heavy Industry, Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises to the Ministry of Railway w.e.f 13th August, 2008 (AN). Bharat Wagon and Engineering Company Ltd. (BWEL) was incorporated on 8th December 1978 as a Public Sector Unit by take over of two historical Wagon manufacturing units of Arthur Butler & Co and Britannia Engineering Co, both in Bihar at Muzaffarpur and mokameh. The third industrial unit was added to the company in 1983-1984 at Bela, muzaffarpur for manufacturing of LPG Cylinders. In the year 1986 the company became a subsidiary of BBUNL, Calcutta. Both Muzaffarpur and Mokameh Units are traditionally Wagon manufacturing units. The layout, plant and machinery and locations are ideally suited for t5his product. With a rich experience of steel fabrication of over a half century, BWEL possess almost all the desired infrastructural facilities over heavy steel fabrication in house. A 3.16 MT Brake Press at Mokameh is a rare asset in this direction. All the three manufacturing works are self-sufficient in power by way of Installation of capacity DG sets. Adequate open space is available at both Mokameh and Bela Works. Operational ease is made possible by location advantage of railway connectivity close to the works.
  16. 16. 16 HISTORICAL BACKGROUND M/S BHARAT WAGON & ENGINEERING COMPANY LIMITED is a Government of India undertaking under the ministry of Heavy Industry Department of bureau of public Enterprises, Govt. of India. The Govt. of India undertaking was incorporated under the company act, 1956 on the 4th day of December, 1978 with an authorized capital of rupees five crores. Bharat Wagon and Engineering Company Limited comes into being in terms of the Britannia Engineering Company Limited (Mokama unit) and Arthur Butler and Company Limited (Muzaffarpur) under the acquisition and transfer of undertaking of Britannia Engineering Company Limited. Mokama unit & Arthur Butler & Company Limited (Muzaffarpur) with retrospective effect from 1st of April, 1978. The Britannia Engineering Company Limited Was incorporated in 1917 with its registered office at Calcutta. It owned an engineering unit at Titagarh (where it manufactured road rollers. Jute mills machinery unit and other industrial unit) & also a steel foundation at Titagarh and third unit , which was set in 1960 at Mokama to manufacture railway wagons. The engineering unit at Titagarh closed down in 1970 and on 22nd may, 1976 its management was taken over by the Central Government & interested to M/S Westing House Farmers Limited, Calcutta, a company being managed by the Government has taken complete financial and managerial responsibilities for managing the Titagarh unit. The Wagon unit at Mokama closed down in March 1973. The Central Government took over its management on 10th February 1974 under the Industrial Development and Regulation Act and the unit was reopened on 22nd of February 1974. When it was closed down in March 1973 it employed 888 persons. This labor was confirmed to then industrial establishment located in North East region of India. It was not like a modern industry as we see understanding about a unit today. It was indigo industry based on agricultural product, which intricate blue colour, a product of indigo cultivation by means of smaller plants. In 2nd district gazetteer of Muzaffarpur district 1958, Much encouraged by the remunerative aspect Mr. Arthur also thought to have his permanent establishment somewhere. The first did setup small shop that sheds with
  17. 17. 17 smithy devices something at samastipur, then a central place of communication during those days and then enthusiast Mr. Butler also joined him and began working as two friends doing the same business. They could pull their resources and began working as partners in course of time, their work expanded and the place proved in sufficient to the requirement. They moved their place of business from samastipur to Muzaffarpur (a place situated in 27’7’ North latitude and 85’24 East longitude is in the central place of north Bihar) a few yards away from present location of the factory. They began doing bigger volume of business and the smaller firms fasts developed into shed. They went yards away from present location of the factory. They began doing bigger volume of business and the smaller firms fasts developed into bigger shed. They went on adding to their small unit, different sections and then their industrial venture took a factory form. Mr.L.S.S.O.Malley I.C.S. mentioned in the first district gazetteer of Muzaffarpur district (1907) M/s Arthur Butler Company as only engineering workshop registered under the factories act having 107 employees on hand already started its industrial activities as the only modern industrial world. Mr. P.C. Roy writes in the 2nd district gazetteer of Muzaffarpur district (1958) that in the last quarter of the 19th century, the development of the artificial days, which freely imported from abroad, affected the prospect of the indigo industry severally sit lost the ground. But the Arthur Butler venture being in the form of the factory followed. Other industries. One more advantage was with them that they were English people and every industrial activities was being owned and managed by the English people themselves. Arthur Butler started a new line of business of making screw piles having steel as superstructures there on which could be easily installed, dismantled and shifted was the course changed given by 1910. It expanded as bigger partnership concern. By 1919, it was registered under joint stock Company Act as a company and also fixed up its workshop at the present site of the factory just adjacent to Muzaffarpur Railway station. Arthur Butler and Company has been also famous for civil works and they were experts in designing screw piles all the fabricated steel bridge in Northern India stand over today as a symbol.
  18. 18. 18 By 1925 when most of the factories used to import machines from England even minor parts of the sugar industries, the efforts of Arthur butler where credit worth of the management development production from repair side of business It was the year 1938 in which it used to pay heavy dividend to its shareholders. During the 2nd world war it expanded so much so that it could acquire a plant of its own which was used by Mr. H.M. Wealthevall. It also expanded its employment roughly about one thousand persons. Managing agents changed after 1943, from Balmer Lawrie Co.Ltd. to purchase the company. The English shareholder sold their shares and virtually repatriated from India. The Bihar Motor Service section was also closed and new line of repaint. Railway goods wagon and managing agent. The Bharat Brothers controlled the management, however, till act for 1954, the management changed hands and Kakrania and sonthalli as purchase the shares and owned the company only small part of the share of the company were in the market and it was easy for them to sell off the ownership. The two groups formed a managing system which was obliged by virtue of amendments to the India Companies Act, 1968. Since them it began to be managed by a Board of 4 Directors consisting of always the family namely Kakranias and Sonthallias. During this period the Government decided to stop import of railway goods Wagons and this gave big impetus to Indian factories to develop wagon building. Arthur Butler Company being ideally situated on the meter gauge railways head at Muzaffarpur and doing the repairing railways. Work till 1954 took advantage of the opportunity and it did expand its workshop to take up the new railway job. In course of time they brought suitable new machines and arranged to build all types of railway wagons. During the peak period, 1960-1965, it employed even about 1300 persons. In 1967 when the company faced the situation during the general recession.
  19. 19. 19 REHABILTATION OF WAGONS We also have experts/engineers with extensive experience in ‘Rehabilitation and Modifications of Wagons’ and can take up rehabilitation of ANY MAKE of railway freight wagons or passenger coaches. We can assist your railways in transfer of technology and imparting training for maintenance. To analyse and review the extent of rehabilitation requirement, we can send a team of expert engineers to customers place. The team will work jointly with customers’ railways for assessment of the work involvement and spares requirement. By investing only one-third of the cost of a new wagon, one gets back a life of round 10 years after the Rehabilitation. (v) Product profile of the BWEL At the present time, Bharat Wagon Engineering Company Limited is one of the subsidiary of Bharat Bharti Udyog Limited which has other subsidiary has a good liaison away i.e. (i) Burn standard company. (ii) Praith Waite and company limited. (iii) Bharat Process and Mechanical Engineering Limited. (iv) Lagan Jute Machinery Company Limited. At the present time Bharat Wagon and Engineering Company Limited has a target of an average 30 to 35 wagons per month. It is producing Broad Gauge Freight Wagon. Wagon component pressing, castings and fabrication works are being done here. Casting jobs-grey iron casting up to 12 tonnes capacity. At Bela works, oil tanks, heavy girdens, Transmission Towers and other heavy fabrications works are being done. But now it is closed. The production and manufacturing chart of BWEL Muzaffarpur unit are:- Rolling Stock : Fright Wagon (Open Type) – Box N
  20. 20. 20 Fright Wagon (Covered Type) – MBC Fright Wagon (Flat type) – BPN Fright Wagon (Spl Purpose) –BWTA Casting Jobs : Grey Iron Casting upto 10 tonnes capacity per piece. Sugar Mill Machineries : Complete Rollers Reselling. Filters Press Cystallizers Sulphus. Furnale Condenser Conveyor Mill Looping Mollassess and Mama pumpete Defenale Road Trailer : Defenale Tank Carrier Trailer upto 20 MT Capacity Coal Mining Equipment : Coal Tube Mine Cars Rope Way Bulket. Screw Pile Bridness : Tailer made Bridns with all relevant component to suit the river breadth. Steel Fabrication Work : Suitable for steel plants. Thermal power plants, Oil Installation, Fertilizer units Railroads, Bridge structure. Transmission Towers and sub-stations structure : Manufacturing and exertion of transmission towers and sub-station structure. Valuable Customer Wagon : Indian Railway, Ministry of Defence Steel Fabrication : Road Construction Department, Irrigation Department, H.E.C., BCCL, FCI, BHEL, Nagal Paper and Pumps Mill, Eastern Railway. C.I. Casting : Sugar Mills of U.P., Bihar and Nepal, U.P. State Electricity Board, Road Construction Department. L.P.G. Cylinders : Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. Hindustan Petroleum Corp. Ltd. Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd.
  21. 21. 21 Pontoon Bridges : Naogachhia (Bhagalpur), Kataunjha, Runisaidpur, (Sitamarhi), Bihar Pool Nirman Nigam, Patna (Bihar) At present Bharat Wagon is only manufacturing rolling stock. In other words, We can tell that the Production of rolling stock is & rest everything has been stopped. SELLING WITH INDIAN RAILWAY Over the years the company has built a broad customer base in almost all product categories. The primary customer for wagons is the Indian Railways and about 98% of the revenue in this area of BWEL’s business accrues from purchase of freight wagons by the Indian Railways. The important customers for the different products are as follows: Product Important Customers (Procurement) Railway Wagons The Indian Railways Ministry of Defence Casting Jobs Sugar Mills in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Nepal Uttar Pradesh State Electricity Board Road Construction Department, Govt. of Bihar Steel Fabrications Road Construction Department, Govt. of Bihar Irrigation Department, Govt. of India Heavy Engineering Corporation, Ranchi BCCL- Western Coal Fields Railway and Road Bridge Structural FCI, Barauni Rampur Engineering Works Bihar State Electricity Board Nagaland Paper & Pulp Mills Eastern Railways LPG ylinders and Fuel Storage Tanks Indian Oil Corporation Ltd, Hpcl and Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd.
  22. 22. 22 The principal customers by value are the Indian Railways, the predominant customer, Bihar Rajya Pul Nirman Nigam Limited, Numaligarh Refinery Limited, Bihar State Electricity Board and Oil Companies like IOCL, BOCL and HPCL. The order book position as on 1st September 2001 is given below: Product Order Book Wagons Physical Order for FWU: 705 Order Value (Rs. Lakh): Rs.3666 New Wagon Order Value (Rs. Lakh): Rs. 111.13 Total Order Book Rs. 3777.13 Lakh Raw materials in wagon manufacturing can be broadly divided into two categories: (a) DM components, being components, which are inspected by the RDSO before they are supplied to us and (b) Non-DM components, being low value components, which are the procured locally and do not require RDSO inspection. Common DM components include steel, bogies, coupler sets, air brake equipment, air brake pipe, wheelsets, slack adjuster, nylon bush, door check spring, bearing, twist lock, draw gear (quick draw) and draw bar. Principal raw materials for our mining machines are flat steel products, such as steel plates. We normally source our entire requirement from suppliers such as SAIL and TISCO. We also require high tensile steel plates, which are sourced from dealers of major companies in India or abroad. We require forgings and castings, which we normally source from locally available forging manufacturers in addition to manufacturing casting at our in-house foundry. We have an arrangement with komatsu Mining Germany (Demag) for supply of components and spares required for heavy earth moving and mining equipment. We import components such as hydraulics and gear boxes for our heavy earth moving mining equipment from komatsu Mining Germany, Rexroth, Carraro and also several other reputed companies in India and
  23. 23. 23 abroad. We source our requirements of cylinders and engines for our machines from indigenous sources. In the Railway Budget for 2008-09, it was announced that Indian Railway will procure around 20,000 wagons. In addition to demand from Indian Railways, demand for wagons from public sector companies such as National Aluminum Company Limited (?NALCO?), National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (?NTPC?), Container Corporation of India Limited (?CONCR?), etc. has also been picking up. Companies such as NALCO, NTPC, etc. Procure wagons for their in-house utilization where as CONCOR procures container flats for container transportation purposes. The demand of wagons has further been bolstered by the wagon Investment Scheme (?WIS?), which was implemented by Indian Railway wef April 1, 2005. Wheel sets are one of the most critical components in wagon manufacturing and the approximate cost of wheel sets as a percentage of the total selling price of wagon for non Indian Railway customers is almost 30-35%. The prices of wheel sets, are significantly dependent on prices in the international market and their global demand and supply situation. To manage the cyclical fluctuations in the prices of wheelsets, we have developed relationship with a number of RDSO approved vendors in countries such as China, Spain, Brazil and Switzerland. We placed order with such vendors, based on our outstanding order book position and based on the delivery requirements of our customers. Due to significant price fluctuation of wheelsets in the global markets and current global shortage, we endeavour that our non-Indian Railway customers? Open letters of credit against our purchase orders with our approved vendors directly. In order to reduce the risk of price fluctuation of wheelsets and to ensure continuous supply of wheelsets for our production, we are planning to setup an axle machining and wheelset assembly plant at an estimated cost of Rs 129.33 mn. The assembly plant will have an assembly capacity of 10,000-12,000 wheelsets per annum. We believe an axle machining and wheelset assembly shop would give us a cost advantage with respect to savings in freight charges and would also give us greater operational continuity. Non-DM components such as horizontal levers and safety plates, being low value components, are procured locally and require no RDSO inspection.
  24. 24. 24 Suppliers of Non-DM components are approved as per guidelines specified in our quality assurance manual and in accordance with the requirements. Railway Rolling Stocks, Components & Track Materials BWEL is the largest Rolling Stock manufacturer in India. With an annual production capacity of over 8600 Vehicular Units, BSCL offers the following range of Railway Wagons. Open Type Freight Wagons for transportation of Coal, Ores, Minerals etc. Closed Type Freight Wagons for transportation of all classes of General Goods, Food Grains, Bagged Cement etc. Bottom Discharge Open Ballast Hopper Wagon with automatic unloading facility (suitable for bulk goods) Special Leak Proof Wagon for Alumina & Cement (with pneumatic discharge system direct from wagon to the unloading point) Milk Tank Wagon Special Wagon for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Flat Wagon for Transportation of steels. Crop Wagon for Transportation of scraps. BSCL’s foundry practice dates to the 18th century and today with its modernised Steel Plant, Moulding Equipment, Electric Arc Furnaces, Heat- treatment and Shot Blasting facilities, the annual production of 15,000 MT covers finished Alloy Steel Castings, Heavy Nihard and Mn Steel Casting and Crossing. Maximum weight of castings that can be made is 4 MT. The battery of Drop Stamping Hammers and Hydraulic Presses with supporting machinery’s including heavy die machining facilities have enabled the Forge Division to produce customer need based forging and pressings. Maximum dimensions – 450/R Bloom. Maximum weight – Drop Stamping: 40 Kg, Plain Forging: 2.5 Tons
  25. 25. 25 Starting from the raw mining to the finished product BSCL,s Refractory Unit offers a one window solution for a wide range of products basic bricks e.g. Mag. Chrome, Chrome Mag, Magnetite, Chemically Bonded (Unburnt), Direct Bonded, Mag. Carbon, Refractories for Copper, Cement & Glass and many other Varieties. BSCL is the “preferred supplier” for Steel Structurals for major Rail and Road Bridges in India. Supplies have included structural work for bridges over India’s widest Rivers: Ganga, Krishna, Godavari, Hooghly and Bramhaputra to name a few. Steel Frame Building Structures Steel Plant Structural Work Steel Plant Equipment FACILITY PROVIDED BY INDIAN RAILWAY New Delhi During 2009-10, the Indian Railway plan to acquire 18,000 new wagons against 11,000 in 2008-09. Announcing this in Parliament today, the Minister of Railways, Mamata Banerjee, said that there was a growing demand for wagons in Indian Railways. The ministry also proposes to take over the wagon units of Burn Standard Co. Ltd. (BSCL) and Braithwaite & Co. Ltd. (BCL), under the Ministry of Heavy Industries. During the year 2008-09, the Government released Rs 8-38 crore to BSCL, Rs 3.76 crore to BCL for modernization and production facilities. During 2008-09, BSCL has registered a net loss of 199.92 crore INR (Prov.) and a loss of 151-29 crore INR during 2007-08 (Actual). During 2008-09, BC has registered a net profit of 1.42 crore INR (Prov.) and a profit of 0.55 crore INR during 2007-08 (Actual). The proposal to acquire 18,000 new wagon is good news for the domestic wagon manufacturing firms. VRS Natarajan, CMD, BEML felt that the budget was very encouraging and would increase the business of coach builders and manufacturers.
  26. 26. 26 The minister also proposed premium freight service for container movement with assured transit time and a mega logistic hub alongside eastern and western dedicated freight corridors. MARKETING OF RAW MATERIAL The wagon manufacturers are not unduly worried over supply of raw materials such as steel and wheels by the Railways. Some of the wagon manufacturers express their reservation about the Railways plans to acquire the wagon units of Burn Standards and to set up a new coach factory in Kanchrapara (West Bengal). The two wagon units of Burn Standards employ about 1,000 people – 700 in Burnpur Factory and 300 in Howrah factory. Together the units produce about 1,000 wagons a year. In 2008-2009, the company posted a cash profit of a little over Rs 5 crore (unaudited) on a turnover of about Rs 175 crore, of which the share of the wagon units will be about Rs 80 crore. Meanwhile, Mr. Pawan K. Rui, Chairman, Jessop & Company, in a statement said, Jessop being a manufacture of EMU coaches for several years would not only welcome the proposed an EMU coach factory at Kanchrapara but would also be keen to share the experience in this regard. More than 60 par cent jump in the wagon procurement target would also a boon to Jessop, now ready with improved designs of wagons and aluminium wagons. According to Mr Umesh Choudhary, Managing Director, Titagarh Wagons, the dedicated railway freight corridor project would be a game changer for the logistics industry and the economy. The project’s emphasis on light-weight specialized wagons is important for Titagarh Wagons set to enter the manufacture of aluminium wagons manufacturing.” Titagarh Wagons, in collaboration with Freightcar America, is designing a prototype for aluminium wagons in the country. It is expected to be ready by December.
  27. 27. 27 In case of EMU coaches, the company has bagged its first set of orders for six rakes from the Railways and expects order flow to increase in view of the Minister’s proposal to increase frequency of local and short-distance EMU trains. After the heightened expectations in the run up to the Railway Budget, the announcements made on Friday may have come as a dampener. With no roll back of the increase in freight charges, the Budget did not provide much of an impetus, on the lines expected by Corporate India. But it does spell positively on companies associated in the business of making railway related goods. Companies such as BEML, Texmaco and Titagarh Wagons that are in the business of making wagons, EMU and metro coaches stand to benefit from the announced addition of 18,000 wagons (as against 11,000 in FY09) to Indian Railways fleet in the current year. The announcement of new train services, refurbishment of older coaches and the intended introduction of high-capacity air-conditioned double-decker trains will also bode well for these wagon manufactures. The setting up of a new coach factory for manufacturing 500 coaches a year in Kanchrapara in West Bengal may not pose significant competition to the players as the Railways (according to industry estimates) is expected to acquire 1,00,000 wagon units in the 11th Five year Plan. Such a high wagon procurement target may result in all the players getting meaty orders. That the planned investment outlay by the Railways has been increased to Rs 40,745 crore is also a positive for other railway-related stocks. The budget has increased its allocation (compared with the one made in the interim budget) for new lines from Rs 1,100 crore to Rs 2,921 crore. In addition, even though the budget did not spell out definitive plans for taking the dedicated freight corridors forward, that the Ministry continues to focus on it also reflects well for these container operators. Players such as Concor and Gateway distriparks, give their cold chain initiatives may also benefit from the proposed development of cold storage facilities for farmers to store vegetables and fruits.
  28. 28. 28 PROCESS OF SELLING The orders in hand with the BBUNL Group of Companies as on 01.04.2007 were Rs. 711,61 crores (gross value) and Rs. 515.57 crores (billable value), excluding the nonmoving order of BSCL/Howrah Works worth Rs. 15.05 crores (gross) and Rs. 13.10 crores (billable), respectively. During the year under report, the BBUNL Group of Companies secured new orders aggregating to Rs. 537.52 crores (gross value) comprising of Rs. 410.02 Crores (gross value) from the Railways and Rs. 127.5 crores (gross value) for non-Railway products, including. The summary of order booking/executed by BBUNL Group in major product categories during the financial year 2007-08 is as follows. The actual production (gross) during the year amounted to Rs. 499.71 crores against the available orders. 11.05 Orders for 2038 VUs wagons were bagged from the Railways and 20 VUs wagons from Non Railway customers during the year under report. 12.0 EXPORTS 12.01 New export order worth Rs. 3.43 crores was secured by BSCL during. worth Rs. 3.43 crores was secured by BSCL during the year. under report. 12.02 Export/Sales turnover of the BBUNL Group of Companies during the year achieved to the tune of Rs. 12.05 crores against the previous year amounting to Rs. 8.48 crores. FOREIGN EXCHANGE EARNINGS & OUTGO During the year under report, earnings in foreign currency of the Company, as stand-alone entity, were Rs. 3.97 crores on account of export sales. There was no outgo of foreign currency during the year.
  29. 29. 29 RELATIONSHIP WITH DEALERS Pay revision (due from 01.01.1997) for execu tives could not take place in the major subsidiaries. Also, wages in some subsidiaries could not be revised. This impending pay/wage revision and non-uniform pay structure across the Group companies caused unrest among the employees concerned. Further, inability of one of the subsidiaries to pay wages and other statutory/terminal dues in time also caused dissatisfaction to the employees. However, industrial relations continued to be cordial during the year under review. Texmaco is the leader in the wrong segment with a 25% market share. It has sustained its leadership in the past and has an established performance track record. The company has order backlog of -5,500 wagons and we believe that Texmaco will continue to maintain its leadership. Moreover, increasing investments in hydel capacity augur well for the hydromechanical division. However, the hydel power generation industry typically suffers from significant delays in order and execution. Texmaco has formed a JV with United Group (Australia) for manufacturing metro and EMU coaches. Which is expected to commence operations in the next 10-12 months. We initiate coverage on Texmaco with a BUY recommendation and a price target of INR 124. Wagon order adequate: The company has an order backlog of 5,500 wagons, Which should be adequately sustain FY 10 performance. IR release tenders or wagons annually. A tender for 5,862 wagons was recently floated in July 2009 and the balance is expected during Q3FY10. Thus, bulk of the benefit from new orders being awarded will be reflected in FY11, in our view and gives us comfort over revenue visibility. However, over the past two years, there has been considerable delay in award of orders and quantity tendered lower-than- planned. IR targeted procurement of 20,000 wagons annually in FY09; against this, actual procurement was ~50%.
  30. 30. 30 MRTS coaches will take time: The metro and EMU coaches will take another 10-12 months. These Wagons can carry 60 tonnes graded coal and can ply in merry-go-round system. The loading is done from the top and unloading is done automatically from the bottom through Pneumatic Door Operating Mechanism activated by Rail Side Devices mounted on the track. The electropneumatic system is actuated from 24 to 32 Volt DC operated Line Side Equipment at the desired place.The Door Operating Mechanism has been successfully developed by BBUNL and are in wide use. The wagons have the same features as other 8 wheeler bogie type wagons used for carrying bulk load. Wagons are per customers specifications & service requirements can also be manufactured and supplied to meet any International Standards. Description Specification Product Open Coal Hopper Wagon (BOBR) Open Ballast Hopper Wagon (BOBS) Track Gauge 1676 mm 1676 mm Total Weight 81.28 M.T. 91.6 M.T. Tare Weight 27.45 M.T. 30.4 M.T. Load Capacity 58.38 M.T. 61.2 M.T. Volume Capacity 57.20 cu.m 34 cu.m Overall Length 11600 mm 11597 mm Width of Carbody 3500 mm 3020 mm Height of Carbody 3735 mm 3304 mm Coupler Type A.A.R “E” Type (High Tensile) with high capacity Draft-gear A.A.R “E” Type (High Tensile) with high capacity Draft-gear Bogie Type Casnub 22 NLB Cast Steel Casnub 22 NLB Cast Steel Brake System Air & Hand Brake Air & Hand Brake Max. Speed 100 Km/h 100 Km/h The DC and AC EMU Coaches and of semi-integral design with corrosion resistant carbon steel construction (Cotton Steel). The Coach Underframe is manufactured from Rolled as well as Pressed Steel Sections. The bogies are fabricated steel construction with Coil Springs for Primary and Secondary suspension.
  31. 31. 31 The Traction Motors for both DC and AC EMU are DC series Motor type with Rheostatic Control for DC EMU and Transformer Secondary Tap Changing Control for AC EMU. The power supply for DC EMU is 1500 Volts and for AC EMU it is 25 kV, 50 Hz AC. The power collection is through Roof Mounted Light Weight Pantograph. Electro-pneumatic Braking System is provided for both AC and DC EMU Coaches. Description Specification Track Gauge 1676 mm Length over Bodyend Panels 20739 mm Distance between Bogie Centres 14630 mm Bogie Wheel Base 1896 mm Max. Load per Axel: Motor Coach 20 te Trailer Coach 16 te Width Over Bodyside Panels 3658 mm Height of Centre of Roof from Rail Level 3810 mm Max. Service Speed 110 Kmph Wheel Dia. On Tread 952 mm Brake System Electro Pneumatic Min. Radius of Curvature 152.4 m Coupler Type C.B.C Centre Buffer Coupl VISION AND MISSION Vision To provide the road map of business development, diversification and capacity/capability building in respect of all the Group companies. To make BBUNL Group a leader in the field of wagon manufacture, engineering and infrastructure development in India and to gradually establish the company as a global player.
  32. 32. 32 Mission To enter into new technologies in respect of its core strength areas. To arrange technology transfer and its dissemination especially through collaboration with reputed global players or through suitable technology tie- ups for technology up-gradation and diversification of business in wagons, bogies & couplers as well as in infrastructure development. To generate 30% of its operational cost/expense in the current year and to reach 50% level by next three years. Values Zeal to excel and zest for change Integrity and fairness in all matters Respect for dignity and potential of individuals Strict adherence to commitments Ensure speed of response Foster learning, creativity and team work Loyalty and pride in the company
  33. 33. 33 ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE Bharat Wagon and Engineering Company Limited is divided into following department :- (i) Personnel Department - The personnel department is hereby in charged (Personel and Administration) assistant who is also looking after the job of welfare officer. (ii) Finance Department – Finance department is headed by a Manager (finance). The work of finance department is to fix the price of the product by costing methods and other allied works related to the employees for which they are entitled. (iii) Stores and Purchase Department - Stores and purchase department is headed by Material Manager. The department conducts the supplies and purchase of all materials and products. This department receives the order for the supply of products. (iv) Work Department – Work department is headed by Deputy Manager (Works). The main function is to take care about wagon assembly, cutting and welding, Pross and smithy, machine shop, finishing and painting shop. (v) Planning and Civil Department – Deputy Manager (planning and inspection) headed this department. The main function of the department is to get the civil work done and capital budgets etc.
  34. 34. 34 structure at Bharat Wagon and Engineering Limited Company is shown in adjacent page :-
  35. 35. 35 FUNCTIONS OF VARIOUS DEPARTMENT AT BWEL PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT Employment Administration :- Cultivation of specific sources of manpower. Selection process including test, interview, examination etc. Placement, induction. Maintenance of employees records. Transfer, promotion, demotion, disciplinary action, grievances etc. Manpower planning. Wages rates clearance allowance and other monetary allowances. Cost of living incise. Administration of employees appraisal plan. INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS :- Settlement of grievances. Negotiation and dealing with trade union and labour department. Interpretation and dissemination of company’s personnel policies. Legal matters concerning employees. Employment moral. Communication WELFARE ADMINISTRATION :- Canteen and cafeteria Workmen compensation. Educational, recreational and cultural activities.
  36. 36. 36 Co-operative activities. Transport. Personnel guidance and counseling. MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT :- To provide training facility to improve skills of the employees. To facilitate them on the job training and off the job training. Arranging seminars and conferences. Providing educational and vocational counseling. Execute the performance appraisal of the employees potential and capability. MANPOWER PLAINNING :- RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION REPRESENTATION OF COMPANY IN LABOUR COURT ISSUING CHARGE SHEET AND CONDUCTING DOMESTIC INQUIRY FURNISHING VARIOUS STATUTORY RETURN TO HEAD-OFFICE AS WEL AS DIFFERENT AGENCIES ETC. LIASIONING WITH THE TRAINING OF AGENCIES : MOTIVATING AND PRACTICAL TRAINING OF EMPLOYEE FOR PRODUCTIV. 2. Finance Department The work of the finance department is to find the price of the product by costing method and other allied workers related to the monetary payments of all sorts of the employees for which they are entitled. The main functions of finance department a. Maintenance of books of accounts related to purchase sale, stores establishment and salary v and wages payment etc.
  37. 37. 37 b. Preparation and submission of various management reports on productions, cost control, cash flow stock, sales etc. c. Statutory compliance under excise, income tax, provident funds, E.S.I. etc. d. Handling matters related to statutory internal C.A.G. commercial and tax audits. e. Analysis of accounting: data for decision-making purposes. f. Financial concurrence to different proposal including capital investment decision. g. Cash management and handling banking matters. 3. Works Production Department 1. Fabrication and assembling of railway goods. 2. Manufacturing of wagon components. Fabrication of component of railway bridges/ road bridges. Safety Officers have been appointed in this company to render the following function :- a. To act as an expert and safety and pollution control. b. To provide preventive measures against occupational diseases so as to product. The health of the workers and promote better hygienic atmosphere through the co-operation of the medical officers of the factory. c. To implement the safety provisions under the factories act, 1948. d. To ensure accident free atmosphere and to check operations and issue work permits after the hazards having removed and repair made. e. To check from time to time water and air pollution. f. To check noise hazards through appropriate means and to reduce them to the appropriate means and to reduce them to the appropriate sound levels.
  38. 38. 38 g. To prevent the loss of the property of the organization due to accidents and mishandling o the tools and materials of the company. h. To procure safety equipment and prepare for safety budgets and also to see that those safety aids are properly utilized by the workmen. (ix) To promote safety education and training for th workmen and also motivate them through safety campaign and rewards. (x) To make safety amidst, appraisal and review to ensure against recurrence of accidents. (xi) To laise with the Factory Inspector as and recognized training institute like Central Labour Institutes (CLI), Regional Labour Institutes (RLI). (xii) To prepare accident reports and analysis for submission to organize works department is divided into different sections & sub sections for better and systematic production as follows:- Department / Sections Department Code No. Personnel 200 Canteen 203 Store 401 Loading 403 Press and Smithy 501 Cutting and Welding 502 Drilling 503 Wagon Assembly 504 Wagon Finishing 505 Foundary 506 Machine-shop 507 Sub-Assembly/Shot Blast 508 Progress 509 Template 510 Inspection 511 Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance 512 Safety 516
  39. 39. 39 4. Maintenance Department The Function of the maintenance Dept. is as follow: Mechanical Maintenance of all machineries and equipments. Electrical maintenance of all machineries and equipments. Vehicle maintenance. Generator operations and maintenance. Erection and commissioning of equipments. 5. Planning and Inspection Department: The main functions of Planning and Inspection Department are:- Total planning of the unit in respect of the requirements of materials for wagon production. Liaison with railways and other officers for better output in the line of demand. Inspection of all incoming material for wagon production and other items. Audit check of different stages of production of as per the manufacturing standards of railway C-72 for better quality assurance and do the satisfaction of RDSO (Railway design & standard organization). Liaison with mounting team for mounting of wheel set. Security Department The main functions of the Security Department are To supervise the factory from any pilferage, damage, fire hazards as well as security of plant & machineries. To maintain the records of incoming and outgoing materials, persons etc. Medical Section
  40. 40. 40 B.W.E.L., Muzaffarpur having a full fledged medical provide first aid to the employees. 8. Computer Science This department is completely meant for Management Information system (MIS) and co-ordination with all the concerned departments and render the following functions. (a) To keep proper records of employees, their identification no. and relevant details. (b) To keep records of accounts of production. (c) To maintain the database management of the company to coordinate with all the departments in keeping information up to date. (d) To make pay – roll of the employees. (e) To keep records of accounts of production. (f) To assist the finance department in preparing the balance sheet, sundry debtors, cash Bank, GV. (General Voucher) etc. (g) To prepare Goods Receipts Note (GRN), B.H.W.R. (Bolt, Nut, Washer & Riveties) Bought out components, Issue, Vouchers etc. records for stores department. (h) To prepare data entry of variable earning & deduction (monthly overtime, attendance, leave etc. (i) To prepare monthly D.O. value position 9. Material Department Material Department of Bharat Wagon & Engineering Company Limited, Muzaffarpur is very important as it is primarily intended to assist in the
  41. 41. 41 production, maintenance and other allied function of all departments in respect of To make available balance flow of raw materials components, equipments and other materials necessary to meet operational requirements. To provide maintenance of materials, spare parts and general stores as required. Material Department has been sub divided into major sections. Purchase section is mainly engaged for procurement of all materials required for the company’s business e.g. from paper pin to C.S. Bogie from calculator to shot blasting equipment. Store section is mainly to engaged for receiving, storing issuance with all case of inventory control and plays a vital role to achieve the targeted production with all possibilities of cost reductions and make the company in profit. As because Bharat Wagon and Engineering Company Limited is an engineering company and where the cost of raw materials for production is 50-60% of the total cost incurred. The unit wise manpower break-up is given below: Unit As on 31st March 2001 As on 1st September 2001 Muzzafarpur Unit 771 743 Mokama Unit 741 707 Bela Works 110 101 Head office, Patna 105 113 Regional office, Kolkata 16 12 Regional office, New Delhi 06 06 Total 1749 1682
  42. 42. 42 Strength and Opportunity Analysis Strengths Established brand name ISO-9002 certified factories for wagon manufacturing Location well connected by rail & road Ample space available for future expansion at Mokamah & Bela Skilled workforce with rich experience in steel erection & fabrication Good track record Opportunities Moving into value added wagons- Increase thrust in the area of pontoon Bridges and Screw pile bridges Focusing on oil companies for building overhead/underground fuel storage tanks. Utilisation of the excess space in the units at Mokamah and Bela for expansion Tapping export market for wagons INDUSTRIAL MARKETING POLICIES Powers are delegated to various agencies namely Board, Managing Director, General Managers and other Officers depending upon the nature of issue. Some of the important Policies delegated are mentioned below – Board: Policy matters relating to service conditions, wages and salary structures including allowances, bonus, retirement benefits, not requiring Government’s approval. Contracts (above rupees one crore). Write of bad Debts ( over Rs. 25000/-), Sanctioning above 20% excess over senctioned estimate in a project/item. Ex-gratia payment above Rs. 10000/- in case of death / injury of company employees. Appointment of officer above Dy. Manager
  43. 43. 43 Manager post, scale- Rs. 5400-225-6300-250-9050/- (1995 Revision), and below Board Level. Norms set by the BWEL for discharge of its functions: The company has well defined procedures and guidelines for discharge of various functions. These are highlighted below – Manuals BWEL has procedural manuals covering important activities viz Purchase Manual, Works Manual. These manuals ensure carrying of activities in a systematic and standardised manner and eliminate the scope of exercise of discretion. While discharging the functions covered by these manuals, the employees follow the provisions of these manuals. Guidelines of Department of Public Enterprises BWEL being a public Sector Enterprise follows the guidelines of Department of Oublic Enterprises and directives of Government of India issued from time to time. Burn standard Co Ltd Braithwaite & Co Ltd Bharat Wagon & Engg Co Ltd The group companies have supplied various types of wagons with different capacities, both in eight wheeler (Bogie type) and four wheelers to Indian Railways and many overseas Railways. The group companies have also received ISO 9002 Certificates for manufacturing Wagons and wagon components. Railway Wagons Type of wagon manufactured: Open Type Freight Wagon (BOXN) Covered Type Freight Wagon (BCNA) Flat Type Freight Wagon (BRNA)
  44. 44. 44 Casting Jobs Grey Iron Casting including wagon components, bevel gear box, screws and other components. Sugar Mill machineries Complete Rollers, Roller Reshelling, Filter press, Crystallizers, Sulphur furnance, Condensers, Conveyor Mill Coupling, Molasses pumps and other allied equipment. Steel Fabrications Fabrications suitable for the following: Steel Plants Thermal Power plants Oil Installations Fertilizer Units Railway and Road Bridge Structural Screw Pile Bridge Designing and manufacture of components for screw pile bridges with all relevant components to suit river width. Coal Minning Equipment Coal Tubs, Mine Cars, Ropeway Buckets LPG Cylinders Manufacturing LPG Cylinder for domestic use Projects Defence Road Trailers, Transmission Towers and Sub-Station Structural
  45. 45. 45 Product Range With Description Product Category Description Railway Freight Wagons BOXN – 8 Wheeler Broad Gauge Bogie Open Type Wagons fitted with Cast Steel Casnub Bogies, High Tensile Centre Buffer Couplers (NT) with single air brake system, Tare Wt. 22.47 MT,Pay Load – 58.81 MT and Gross Load – 81.28 MT. BRNA – 8 Wheeler Broad Gauge Flat Wagons with fixed ends but fitted with single air brake, Casnub bogies and HT CBC coupler BCNA – 8 Wheeler Broad Gauge Bogie covered wagons fitted with cast Steel Casnub Bogie with Air Brake and CNC(NT) couplers Structural MS Trough plates – 8 mm thick MS double troughs used in screw pile road bridges of width 0.76 m, length 4.27 m and 10 mm thick double steel trough used in railway tracks on bridges. Fender plates – 8 mm thick fender plates used in screw pile briges. Underground Mild Steel Tanks – 15KL, 20 KL, 45 KL and 70 KL tanks Grinders – Grinders for screw pile bridges Wagon Components – Forged, Pressed and Fabricated components for various types of wagons. CI Castings Wagon Components, Bevel Gear Box, Standard plates & Various components Sugar Mill Items Rollers – New rollers and Reshelling of rollers Tail Bar Couplings
  46. 46. 46 Scraper Plates and Sulphur Burner Machine Parts for Jute Mills Other Miscellaneous Items Heavy Media Sump Hopper used in coal washery units. Coal tubs and Mines car High Pressure Heat Exchanger Pipe for oil refinery Coal handling plant equipment for power plant I.D. Fan impeller I.D. and F.D. fan shafts Crush shafts Steel Brake Drum List of Major Plant & machineries for production of wagons at Mokama S.No. Description Capacity Nos. 1. Brake Press M/C 315 T 1 2. Brake Press M/C 135 T 1` 3. Hyd. Press m/c 400 MT 2 4. Hyd. Press m/c 250 MT 1 5. Profile gas Cutting m/c pug 1/8” to 6” thk 6 Straightline gas 6. Cutting m/c 50 MM thk 7 7. Profile Kangaroo gas cutting 38 mm thk 1 8. Pillar Drilling M/C 40 MM & 50 MM dia 2
  47. 47. 47 9. Radial Drilling M/C 50 MM to 65 MM dia 5 10. Girder Drilling m/c 52 mm to 56 mm dia 1 11. Shearing m/c 10 mm to 16 mm thk 4 12. 3-Roll plate bending m/c 16 x 2500 mm 1 13. Power hammer (pneumatic) 5 cwt 2 14. Rivetting hammer 5 cwt 1 15. Cropping Machine up to isa150 x 150 x 12 2 16. Co2 mig welding m/c 450 amp 7 17. Welding transformer 450 amp 60 18. Welding transformer 350 amp 10 19. Submerged auto welding set 750 amp 2 20. Shaper Stroke-24” 2 21. Universal Milling M/c 400 x 1650 mm 2 22. Central Lathe 1.5 to 2 m centre dist & SP 2 bore 53 to 80 mm 23. Central Lathe SW-370 to 390 mm 2 24. Engine Lathe SW-870 mm 1 25. Turret Lathe SW-550 mm 1 26. Capstan Lathe SW-450 mm 1 27. Horizontal Beam bending m/c 315 mt 1 28. Power Hacksaw 18” 1 29. Circular Sawing m/c Round 9” dia, SQ-8” 2 30. EOT Crane 5 T 5
  48. 48. 48 31. EOT Crane 10 T 2 32. EOT Crane 15 T 3 33. Mobile Crane 10 T 1 34. Vacuum Tester 41 CFT / MM 1 35. Wagon Weighment machine 40 T 3 36. Platform Weighing Machine 30 T 1 37. Oil Fired Heating Furnace- 1 38. Power Winch 5, 10 T 2 39. Shot Blasting Plant 3-4 wagons 1 Machineries for Utility service 1. D.G. Set 250 KVA 4 2. D.G. Set 500 KVA 1 3. Air Compressor 400 CFM at 100 PSI 1 4. Air Compressor 535 CFM at 100 PSI 1 5. Air Compressor 547 CFM at 8 ATM(G) 1 6. Mobile Air Compressor 400 CFM 1 7. Fork Lifter 3 Ton 3 List of major plant and machineries in respect of structural fabrication Description Capacity Nos. Three roll bending m/c 16 x 2500 mm 1 Shearing m/c 10 mm to 16 mm 4 CROPPING M/C IP TO ISA 150 X 150 X 2
  49. 49. 49 12 PUG STRAIGHT LINE 50 MM THIK 7 CURRING M/C PROFILE GAS 1/8 TO 6 THK 6 CUTTING M/C PILLAR DRILLING 40 MM & 50 MM dia 2 M/C Radial drilling m/c 50 mm to 63 mm dia 5 Brake press m/c 315 T 1 Ecentric press m/c 135 T 1 Shaper m/c stroke-24 2 Co2 mig welding m/c 450 amp 7 Welding transformer 450 amp 60 Power hacksaw 18 1 Centre lathe sw 370-390 mm 2 Mobile crane 10 t 1 Air Compressor 400 cfm at 100 psi 3 D.g. set 250 kva, 500 kva 5 Fork lifter 3 t 2 Mobile air compressor 400 cfm 2 Circular sawing Machine 9 dia & 8 SQ 1 Power winch 5, 10 t 2
  50. 50. 50 S. No.Description Capacity Nos. 1. Power source a. Step down transformer 500 KVA 2(11kv-440 v) 2. Capacity power source (a) Diesel Generator 250 Kva 1 (b) Diesel Generator 500 Kva 2 (c) Diesel Generator 20 Kva 1 3. Air compressor Compressor (elect) 240 CFM 3 Compressor (elect) 565 CFM 1 Portable Compressor (diesel) 400 CFM 2 4. Cranes & Hoist (a) EOT Crane 15 T 2 (b) EOT Crane 12 T 1 (c) EOT Crane 10 T 2 (d) Hot Crane 10 T 2 (e) Hot Crane 5 T 2 (f) Jib Crane 2 T 2 (g) Jib Crane 1 T 1
  51. 51. 51 5. Mobile Cranes & Materials Handling Equipment (a) MOBILE CRANE 7.5 T 1 (b) MOBILE CRANE 8 T 2 (c) MOBILE CRANE 10 T 1 (d) FORK LIFTER 2.5 T 1 (e) LOCO PULSER (WAGON - 2 SHUNTER) (f) DIESEL LORRY TRUCK 10 T 2 6. Shearing/Cropping/Punching/Shaw machines A Shearing Machine 10 mm x 2500 mm 1 B Shearing Machine 16 mm x 2500 mm 1 C Shearing Machine 7mm x 3200 mm 1 D Cropping Machine angle upto 150x150X10 1 E Cropping Machine angle upto 150x150X10 1 F Punching Machine upto 7/16” thickness 1 G Circular saw machine upto 150 mm 1 H Power Hackshaw upto 150 mm 1 a) Profile Cutting machines 1.5 m x 150 mm thk 3 b) Profile cutting machines 1.5mx3.0mx150mm thk 1 c) Pug Straogjt edge cutting m/c 50 mm thk 3
  52. 52. 52 7. Power Press & Hammers a) Hydraulic Press 250 mt 2 b) Pillar type hydraulic press 600 T/400 T 2 c) Ecentric Electro mech. Press 80 T 1 d) Pneumatic Hammer 400, 250, 200 & 100 kg 4 e) Pneumatic Chipping Hammer 10 mm x 180 mm 5 8. Power Press & Hammers a) Hydraulic press 250 MT 2 b) Pillar Type Hydraulic Press 600 T/400 T 2 c) Eccentric Electro mech. Press 80 T 1 d) Pneumatic Hammer 400, 250, 200 & 100 kg 4 e) Pneumatic Chipping Hammer 10 mm x 180 mm 5 9. Welding Equipment a) Arc welding transformer 400/450 38 b) Mig/Mag Welding Machine 400 A 9 c) Submerged Arc Welding Machine 600 A 1 10. penumatic rivetting hammer upto 20/22 mm 14 11. machine/drills A Heavy Duty Lathe cht 500 mm x 5.5 m bl 2
  53. 53. 53 B Heavy Duty Lathe cht 350 mm x 4.6 m bl 1 C Centre Lathe cht 125 mm x 2.0 m bl 3 D Centre Lathe cht 200 mm x 1.5 m bl 1 E Capstan Lathe collet dia 40 mm x350 m 2 F Shaper Double Arm Stroke 26” 1 G Shaper Single Arm Stroke 20” 1 H Planer Heavy Duty bed 3 x 1.5 m, HT 1.2 M 1 I Planer Light Duty bed 1/45 x 0.5 m, HT 0.45 M 1 J Slotter Heavy Duty Stroke 500 mm bed dia 1 m 1 K Plain Milling Machine - L Universal Milling Machine bed 1.25m, ht 0.4 m 1 M Boring Machine (Horizontal) d 1.0 m x 12 m 1 N Boring m/c (Vertical) double Head900mm od*500 mm id*2M10Lg 2 O Shell Boring m/c double head Sugar Mill roller Boring 2 P Gang Drilling m/c double head 1.25” , BL 13 M 1 Q Universal Drilling m/c size 1.5” 1 R Radial Drilling Machine size 1/25”/1.5”/2” 3 S Surface Grinding m/c 8” x 5.5” x 2” 1 T Pedestal Grinding m/c 16” x 5” x 1.5” 1 U Pedestal Grinding m/c 18” x 2.5” x 2.5” 1 V Portable Drilling m/c 20 M 2 12. foundry equipment a) Cupola 5t. 2t 3
  54. 54. 54 b) Oil Fire Melting Furnace 0.5 t 1 c) Hot Metal Ladles 8t, 4t, 2t 1 d) Coal fired Core Drying Oven 250-300 degree c 2 e) Sand Muller Machine 5 cft/hrs 1 f) Jolt Squeeze Moulding Machine 340 kg 1 g) Wood Planner Machine 18” Cutter Length 1 h) Band Saw Machine 5 hp 1 13. Air Brake Testing Rig 6 kg/CM.SQ 2 14. Vacuum Brake testing machine - 15. wagon weighment machine 40 T 2 16. Shot Blasting Plant 3-4 wagon/day 1 17. Power winches 15 hp 2 18. Three Roller Type Plate Bending m/c 16 mm tjocl x 2500 mm wide 1 Technical Parameters of Meter Gauge Coach for Indian and Vietnam Railways Description Indian Railways Vietnam Railways Track Gauge 1000 mm 1000 mm Length over Bodyend Pannel 19500 mm 19000 mm Length over Centre Buffer Couplers 20184 mm 20184 mm Distance between Bogie Centres 13715 mm 13300 mm Bogie Wheel Base 1980 mm 1980 mm Max. Load per Axle 10 Te 10 Te
  55. 55. 55 Width over Bodyside Pannel 2740 mm 2740 mm Height of Roof from Rail Level under Tare Condition 3355 mm 3700 mm Height of Centre Buffer Coupler from Rail under Tare Condition 825 mm 825 mm Max. Service Speed 90 Kmph 100 Kmph Wheel Dia. On Tread 952 mm 780 mm Brake system Vacuum/Air Brake Air Brake Max. Radius of Curvature 90 m 90 m Coupler Type High Tensile C.B.C type of IR Standard High Tensile C.B.C type AAR 10 A Contour EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The relationship between land and labour is nearly as old as human existence on the earth. As we cannot imagine the process of creation of wealth without labour, it is treated as more important. The satisfaction of worker is linked with the question of our existence & profitability. Increase in production is not possible without the fullest co-operation between management and labour and the most important determinant is a manager’s ability to minimize the conflicts and maximize the satisfaction of employers & employees. This situation may be created by taking intense are upon labour productivity, which is based on incentives, motivation compensation have been evolved over a period of time. More particularly with a view to motivate the worker & employee concerned. The success of any organisation also depends upon the facts that effectively and efficiently the wage and salary administration is handled by the manager, that can turn the worker towards satisfaction level. If an ideal match between
  56. 56. 56 technical innovations and worker’s aspiration have been set-up, they may be capable of producing new idea developing and improving capital goods and modifying the available physical and financial resource in order to achieve greater productivity, satisfaction depends on the strategies adopted for wage and salary administration. By observing the above points, it can easily be concluded that the importance of wage and salary administration at present day cannot be ignored. While working on this topic, my present aim is to evaluate the wage and salary administration in company like BWEL, Muzaffarpur unit, Muzaffarpur. I have also evaluated the various methods of wages and salary administration. Thus progress is a continuous process. It is relative and absolute. We cannot stop at a certain destination and declare that target has been achieved and we need to go further. One has rightly said the following lines :- “The woods are lovely dark and deep, but I have promises to keep a mile to go before I sleeps.” Summer Training Programmes are designed to give the future feel of the corporate happening and work culture. These real life situations are entirely different from the simulated exercise enacted in an artificial environment inside reason that the summer training programmes are designed so that the managers of tomorrow may not feel ill in case when the times come to shoulder responsibility. That experience that I have gathered over the last six weeks have certainly provided me with orientation which I believe will help me to shoulder any assignment, successfully in near future. I have tried my level best to arrange the work in a systematic and chronological manner. We read theoretically the matters noted in the books but are not very much acquainted with the actual working in the organisation. There becomes a lot of difference between the bookish knowledge & the practical Knowledge. To have a practical feelings & go through the working an organisation is very much
  57. 57. 57 beneficial for us. The experience gain during these six weeks is of highly importance. Even though this project report will be helpful for the management of BWEL, to look back at their role and procedures regarding wages and salary activity stake necessary steps to improve it. The future students of management disciplines who want to know abut the working of BWEL, Muzaffarpur, especially with regard to wage & salary will get a massive help from this project report.
  58. 58. 58 PRESS & SMITHY SHOP In this press and smithy shop there are seven open nearth furnances where coal burns on the bed. On these famous various of parts are heated. The heated part is kept on the anvil with the help of hammer the required shape is formed. In this shop more than 50 components are :- Head Stock pressing Anchor plate pressing Anchor support pressing Foot Step Pull Road Head Stock Hand Wheel Bolster List & Numbering of machine :- 1. Hydraulic Press (400 T) ----- 2. Hydraulic Press (250 T) ----- 3. Press Machine (600 T) ----- 4. Power Hammer (400 Kg) ----- 5. Power Hammer (250 Kg) ----- 6. Power Hammer (100 Kg) ----- 7. Power Hammer (80 Kg) ----- 8. Coal Fired Forge ----- 9. Oil Fired Furnance ----- 10. Blower -----
  59. 59. 59 (1) Press & Press Work :- The press is metal forming machine tool designed to shape of cut metal tool by applying mechanical force or pressure. The metal is formed the desired shape without removal of clops. The presses are exclusively intended for mass production work and they present the fastest and most efficient way to form a sheet metal in a finishing products. (2) Power Press The constructional feather of a power press is almost similar to the hand press the only difference being, the ram instead of driven by hand is drives by power. The power press may be designated as mechanical or hydraulic according to the type of working mechanism used to transmit power to the ram. In a mechanical press, the rotary motion obtain from an electric motor is converted into reverted into reciprocating movement of the ram by using different mechanical device. In a hydraulic press, the fluid under high pressure is pumped on one side of the piston and then on the other in a hydraulic cylinder to derive the reciprocating movement. A power press has driven by crank and connecting road mechanism. The working of the press is similar to that of a hand press. The punch is fitted on the end of the die is attached on the bolster plate. The fly wheel mounted at the crank shaft stores up sheet metal is pressed between the punch and the die. Power Press Parts :- The different parts of a power press are described below :- Base Frame Bolster Plate Ram or slide Pitman Crank shaft or eccentric Fly Wheel
  60. 60. 60 Clutch Brake 1. Base :-The base is the supporting member of the press and provides arrangement for tilting and clamping the frame in an inclined press. 2. Frame :-All presses except the straight side type have “C” shaped frame to take up the vertical thrust of the ram. 3. Bolster Plate :-The Bolster plate is a flat plate fetted on the base for supporting the die block and other accessories of the press. 4. Ram :-The ram is the reciprocating member of the press that slides with in the press and guides and supports the punch at its bottom end. 5. Pitman :-The pitman is the connecting rod in a crank or eccentric driven press. The position of the stroke of the ram can be changed by altering the length of the connecting rod. 6. Crank shaft of eccentric :-The rotary movement of the motor is motor is converted into the reciprocating movement of the ram by crank and connecting rod, eccentric and connecting rod, or many other mechanisms. 7. Fly Wheel :-The fly wheel is mounted at the end of the driving shaft and is connected to it through clutch. The energy is stored up in the flywheel during idle periods and it is expand to maintain the constant sped of the ram when the punch is pressed into the work. The fly wheel is directly coupled with the electric motor. 8. Clutch :-The clutch is used for connecting and disconnecting the driving shaft with the fly wheel when it is necessary to start or stop the movement of the ram. 9. Brake :- The brakes are used to stop the movement of the driving shaft immediately after it is disconnected from the fly wheel. Hydraulic Press :-The hydraulic press is used to manufacture anchor plate. For this plate in the oil furnance. The heated plates is kept horizontally on the
  61. 61. 61 machine table and ram is allowed to press the plate due to downward movement the U-shaped anchor plate is manufactured. The specification of this machine is as :- Nominal Pressure ----- 250 Tons Working Pressure ----- 200 atms. Speed ----- 0.20 m/Sec. Pressure exerted by Slide ----- 80 Tons Stroke of slide ----- 500 mm Maximum distance in table & slide ----- 630 mm PNEUMATIC HAMMER :-On this machine the part which is to be manufactured is kept on the after heating on the furnance and the ram is allowed to strike the component on the die. Due to the strike of ram the component takes the shape that of the die. The machines have following specifications :- Falling weight of ram ----- 400 Kg. Maximum stroke of ram ----- 700 mm. No. of blows per minute ----- 130 blows/mln. Working Space ----- 530 mm. Distance from centre of ram to housing ----- 520 mm.
  62. 62. 62 CUTTING AND WELDING SHOP Introduction :- This shop works under the Supervision of Mr. Hari Kishore Prasad this is one of the shops in which the basic work is performed. As the name indicates this shop is mainly involved in cutting the plates of different thickness in the desired shape & size and in the profile cutting. In the metal-working work pieces of most difference shapes and dimensions and of different materials are worked. The various working processes fall into the two groups, the of non-cutting shaping, e.g. forging pressing, drawing, etc. and that of cutting shaping by which finish surface of desired shape and dimensions is obtained by separating a layer from the parent work piece in the form of chips e.g. turning, drilling milling etc. List of no. of machine :- 1. Shearing Machine ---- 1 2. Cropping Shearing Machine ---- 2 3. Chipping Machine ---- 1 4. Profile Cutting Machine ---- 3 5. Kangaroo Machine ---- 1 Shearing Machine :-On the shearing machine the to be cut should be flat & the thickness should not be more than 8 min. For cutting the flat plate is kept on the bed of the held of crane. The machine consists of a cutting blade & no. of pressing bolts press the plate and keep it rigidly fixed the downward movement of the cutting plate. Cropping Machine :-On the cropping machine number of works are performed. This machine can cut the flat plate of small sizes, angles, plates, square hollow rod & circular hollow rod. Also this machine can be used as punching machine. Chipping Machine :-This machine is use to produce an inclined shaped at end of plate which is necessary in the end to end welding. This machine has a gun
  63. 63. 63 through which high pressure air comes. This machine holds a chisel. The high- pressure air pushes the chisel. Which causes to cut the plate? Profile Cutting Machine :-This machine consists of a vertical column and two horizontal arms. The one arm consists of the template and another arm consists of the welding torch and the small driving motor. This machine can cut the plate of thickness of 35 to 40 mm. Through the welding torch acetylene and oxygen gas is supplied. This machine requires extra amount of oxygen gas. So two oxygen pipes are connected to the torch. To cut the plate in the desired shape. The same shape template is fitted to the upper arm and the magnetic roller of the second i.e. lower arm is toughed to the template. The driving motor drives the torch. The torch moves through the profile of the template and plate cut in the desired shape. Kangaroo Machine :-One another plate cutting machine in this shop is Kangaroo Machine. This is the biggest cutting machine. This machine consists of two welding torch. The torch can move in all the three coordinate axis i.e. X,Y and Z axis. This is fully electronic controlled machine. This machine consists of an electronic sensor and a horizontal plate. The drawing of the required shape is kept on the horizontal plate and the sensor moves through the black lines of the drawing this machine can be moved manually. The amount of acetylene and oxygen gas can be controlled with the knobs. In the welding section mainly bolster and cross bars are manufactured. The Process of metal cutting in which chip is formed is affected by a relative motion between the work piece and the hard edge of a cutting tool held against the work piece. Such relative motion is produced by a combination or rotary and translating movements either of the work piece or of the cutting toll or of both. Depending of the nature of his relating motion, metal cutting processors are called by names example :- Turning, Planning, Boring etc. A cutting tool may be used for cutting apart, as with a knife, or for removing chips. Parts are produced by removing metal mostly in the form of small chips.
  64. 64. 64 Chips :-The form and dimension of a chip metal machining indicates the nature and quality of a particular machining process but the types of chip formed in influenced by the properties of the material cut and various cutting conditions. In engineering manufacturer particularly in metal machining process hard brittle metals have a very limited use, and dutile metals are mostly used. Chips of ductile metals are removed by varying proportions of shear flow. This results in general type of shapes. 1. The discontinuous or segmental form. 2. The continuous or ribbon type. Discontinuous or Segmental Chip :- It consists of elements fractured into fairly small pieces ahead of cutting tool. This type of chip is obtained in machining most brittle materials such as cast iron bronze. These materials rupture during plastic deformation and form chip as separate small pipes. As these chips are produced, the cutting edge smoothes over the irregularities and a fairly good finish is obtained. Tool life is also reasonably good, and the power consumptions low. Discontinuous chip can also be formed on some ductile metals only under certain conditions particularly at very low speeds and if the coefficient of friction is low with ductile metals, however the surface finish is bad and the tool life is short. Conditions :- Ending to promote its formation brittle metals, greater depth of cut, low cutting speed and small rake angle. Continuous chip :- It consists of elements bonded firmly together without being fractured. Under the best conditions ribbon of metal which, under the microscope shows no sings of tear or discontinuous. The upper side of a continuous chip has a small notch while the lower side, which slides over the tool face, is smooth and shiny. The continuous form is considered most desirable for low friction at the tool- chip interface lower power consumption long tool life and good surface finish.
  65. 65. 65 DRILLING SHOP. INTRODCUTION :- The drilling machine is one of the most important machine tools in a workshop . As regards its importance it is second only to the lathe. Although it was primarily designed to originate a hole, it can perform a number of similar operations. In drilling machines holes may be drilled quickly and at a low cost. The hole is generated by the rotating edge of a cutting tool known as the drill which exerts a large force on the work clamped on the table. As the machine tool exerts vertical pressure to originate a hole it is loosely called a “drill press”. Holes were drilled by the Egyptians in 1200 B.C. about 3000 years ago by how drills. The bow drill is the mother of the present day metal cutting drilling machine. In the drilling shop there are different types of drilling machines such as radial drilling machine. RADIAL DRILLIGN MACHINE :-The radial drilling machine is indented for drilling medium to large and heavy work pieces. The machine consists of a heavy, round, vertical coulomb mounted on a large base. The column supports a radial arm which can be raised and lowered to accommodate work piece of different bights. The arm may be swung around to any position over the work bed. The drill head containing mechanism for rotating and feeding the drill is mounted on a radial arm and can be moved horizontally on the guide ways and clamped at any desired position. These three movements in a radial drilling machine when combined together permit the drill to be located at any desired point on large work piece for drilling the hole. When several holes are drilled on a drilled on provide guide ways on which the drill head may be made to slide. The arm may be swage bound the column. In some machine this movement is controlled by separates motor. Drill head :- The drill head mounted on the radial arm and drives the drill spindle . It encloses an the mechanism for driving the drill at multiple speeds and at different feed. At the mechanisms and control are may be made to slide on the guide ways of the arm for adjusting the position of drill spindle with
  66. 66. 66 respect to the work. After the spindle has been properly adjusted in position the drill head is clamped on the radial arm. Universal Drilling Machine :- It is one of the important drilling machine. This drilling machine can produce a hole any direction at any angle. The universal drilling machine consists of a vertical i.e. horizontally, vertically and at any inclination. The drilling can be done by automatic feed mechanism and by manual operation. Semi Universal radial drilling machine :- It is same as universal radial drilling machine except this drilling machine cannot produce a hole in inclined direction. This machine consists of two electrical motors. One is used for the operation of drilling and the another is used for the vertical movement of horizontal arm is the feed. In these machine water is used as a coolant the chip which comes out from the operation is continues chip. Sensitive drilling machine :- On the machine small sized hole is drilled usually a drill of 5 mm and 6 mm is used for the machine has a very long bed and a gang of three drilling machine. This machine is used to produce a hole in the very long channel. For operation the channel is kept on the bed the jig is fitted to the channel and with the help jig bush the hole is produced at desired position. Drilling of Job :- In the shop drilling is done by two methods, i.e. by marking and by jig. The following are the drill size & which are used for drilling in this shop are 5 mm, 6 mm, 11 mm, 13.5mm 17.5mm 21.5 mm and 23.5 mm. These are the drill size which is used here for drilling marking takes a lot of time and it requires more skilled person for marking . so drilling of component by marking is used fro a few, components where it is different to set a jig. For mass production of components jig is used for drilling. The thickness of the jig plate, which is in practice, is 12 mm. To manufacture jig a hole greater die is done in the jig plate and bush of required drill size is filled in the hole, The material of the jig bush is called IV and IS: 1875. In this drilling shop there is one universal radial machine, two semi universal radial drilling machine and a few ordinary machines. There is one gang drilling machine and one sensitive drilling machine.
  68. 68. 68 MACHINE SHOP INTRODUCTION :- The shop works under the supervision of Mr. S.N. Singh . This is the biggest shop of this organization . In this shop there are various type of machines. :- Such as :- 1. Lathe - 11 2. Drilling M/c - 2 3. Shaper - 2 4. Slotter milling m/c grinder - 3 5. Planed - 2 6. Etc. - 2 The Lathe :-In the year 1797Henry Maudslay and Englishman, designed the first screw cutting lathe which is forerun C of the present day. Function of Lathe :- The main function of lathe is to remove metal from a piece off work to give if the required shape and size. This is accomplished by holding the work securely and rigidity an the machine and then remove metal from the work in the form of chips. To cut the material properly the tool should be harder than the material of the work piece. Should be rigidly help on the machine and should be fed or progressed in a definite way relative to the work.
  69. 69. 69 Lathe Parts : 1. Bed 2. Head Stock 3. Tail Stock 4. Carriage 5. Feed Mechanism 6. Screw Cutting Mechanism Description and Foundation of Lathe Parts :- 1. The Bed :-The Lathe bed forms the machine . The head stock and tail stock are located at either end of the bed and the carriage rest over the lathe bed and slides on it. The lathe bed being the main guiding member of the tool for accurate machining work. 2. The head Stock :-The head stock is secured permanently on the inner ways at the left hand end of the lathe bed it provides mechanical of rotating the work at multiple speeds. 3. Tail Stock or Loose Headstock :-The tail stock is located on the inner ways at he right hand end of the bed. This has two main uses. (a) It supports the other end of the work when it is being machined between centrs.
  70. 70. 70 (b) It hole a tool par per forming operations such as drilling remaining tapping etc. 4. Carriage :- The carriage of a lathe has several parts that serve to support, move and control the cutting. It consists of toll parts :- (a) Saddle (b) Cross-slide (c) Compound slide or compound rest (d) Tool past and (e) Apron. 5. Feed Mechanism :The movement of the tool relates to work is lumed as “feed” . A lathe tool may have three types of the lathe axis; the movement is termed as longitudinal fed and is effected by the movement of carriage. 6. HEAVY DUTY LATHE The heavy duty lathe 4 jaws chuck and can hold a job of India .. can rotate up to a mix . Speed of 315 rpm. The motor, which is required to rotate the chuck, has the following specification. This is 3 phase induction motor and required 415 volts . It s dello connection the horsepower of the motor is 50 H.P. and the out put shaft of this
  71. 71. 71 motor can rotate speed of 1460 rpm. The tail stock of the lathe consists of separate electric motor to move to move it self on the lathe bed. HORIZENTAL BORING MACHINE This machine is used for the boring purpose of big components. This machine is driven by electric motor & with the help of gear mechanism and main shaft is rotated. The sail, which is to be mechanized, is kept on the bed. Before it, a ring is inserted over the sail to rigidly damp it. The main shaft consists of to heads, which has groove in which cutting tool is fitted & frightened with the bolts. The cutting head starts cutting from opposite sides both the cutting tools rotate in opposite direction. SHAPPER MACHINE This machine which is used here is known as Double sharper machine . As the name itself the machine has two ram & one long table. Both ram on the table and as per the requirement on or both machine is used to produce good surface on rough work place. Also it can be used to cut a key way & for many other operations too.
  72. 72. 72 FOUNDARY SHOP Mr. S.K. Srivastava supervises the work of this shop. This is also very important shop of this plant. In this shop casting is done. The various parts on the wagon are manufactured in this shop.This casting is divided into three groups Low & Medium casting are again divided in to sub group Green and dry and loam casting of sweep moulding. For moulding clay is mixed with send to improve binding strength. Normally Bentonite & cow dung improved the porous nature of sand. Normally 3% clay is mixes with sand. For casting first mould is prepared with help of moulding box. As per the requirement core is used in moulding . Fro preparing core reinforcement is used which supports. The pressure of the molten metal. Green casting is used for mass production. For dry casting, the core and the prepared mould is hearted from inside the coal oven to reduce the moisture & to improve the strength & reduce the shrinkage allowance. CUPOLA FURNACE :-This is very important type furnace. It has the bottom bed & air chamber. During operation the bottom bed is closed & the inclined sand bed is prepared on the bottom bed. The air chamber which is connected with the outlet of bower which supplies air to the coke is 12 to 36 inches above the
  73. 73. 73 air chambers. Improve the firing . The coke is fired air blown. As the coke produce heat nearly equal to 22000 C the ferrous metal starts melting. After melting the metal flows downward and get stored on the sand bed. Due to its high density the coke starts flowing. As the slag starts flowing outside it is confirmed that the metal is in the fully molten state condition the gate is opened and the molten metal is allowed , to blow in the ladle. In this system the hot air which tends to pass from top is recycled and again supplied to the air chamber. This reduces the cost of production. ZONES CUPOLA:-The Cupola furnace is divided in various Zones. A number of chemical reactions take place in this Zone, which are as follow as :- 1. Well :-It is the space between the bottom of tuyers and the sand bed. The metals are trickles down after melting and collects in this space before it is tapped out. 2. Combustion Zone :-It is also known oxidizing zone. It is located between top of the tuyers and theoretical level above it. The actual combustion takes place in this zone. More heat is evolved due to silicon & manganese. A Temperature about 15400 C to 18700 C is produced. The exothermic reaction taking place in this zone. C+O2 …………………………….  CO2 – Heat
  74. 74. 74 Si+O2 …………………………….  SiO2 – Heat 2 Mn + O2 …………………………  2MnO2 + Heat 3. Reducing zone:-It is also known as productive zone. It is located between the top of the combustion zone and the top lave of the coke bed. Co is reduced in co in this zone through an endothermic reaction, as a result of which the temperature falls from combustion zone. Temperature is about 12000 C of this zone. CO2 – C (of coke) …………………….  2CO + HEAT 4. Melting zone :-The first layer of metal charge above the coke bed. This solid metal changes to state in this zone. 3 Fe + 2 CO ---------------------------------- Fe3C + Co2 5. Preheating Zone :-It extends from above the melting zone to the bottom level of the charging door and contains a number of alternate layers of coke and metal charges. The function of this zone is to about 1093 C before the downward to enter the melting zone. This preheating takes place due to the upward advancing hot gasses. 6. Stack Zone :-The empty portion of cupola the preheating zone. Which provides the passage to hot gasses to go to atmosphere ,is known as stack zone.
  75. 75. 75 Cupola Efficiency :- The thermal efficiency of cupola is given by the ratio of heat actually utilized in melting zone and superheating the metal to the involved in through various means. The ratio can mathematically :- Percent Cupola :- Heat utilize in melting and super heating x 100 Calerific value of coke – heat involved due to oxidation of iron , si and Mn
  76. 76. 76 WAGON ASSEMBLY SHOP In this shop the various components which are manufactured in the different shops are assembled and the completed and then set to the finishing shop. First of the assembly of wagon, the centre sill is kept on the fixture. Centre Sill -This is manufactured in the sub assembly shop. To manufacture two Z channels are welder after welding the supporting plate is welded to require position and then it is sent for marking . After marking drilling is done by the air gun. Lastly it is checked whether it is true size or not. If not the length is reduced by gas cutting. The length of the centre sill should be 9784 mm and width should 2960 mm. The centre sill is placed in the fixture and cross bar bolster welder to it. After welding these two seal are attached and is welder. Now this knows “Under frame”, now riveting is done . The head stock also welded to the centre still at the ends. The gusset plate and the cross bottom plate is welded to bolster and cross bar respectively . The stranger welded to the under frame through out the length. The under frame is placed on the manipulator for welding at the bottom side. Now the air brake cylinder and the pipe line is fitted and clamped . The side body and end body is attached and riverted and welded to the frame . This complete box is kept on the wheel .
  77. 77. 77 FINISHING SHOP After assembling the wagon is sent to the finishing shop. In this the wagon is brought to the shot blaster chamber. In this chamber small iron particle is allowed to strike on the wagon to remove the extra welding deposit and the rust formed on it. The high pressure air helps the iron particle to come out from the gun and to strike rapidly. In this chamber the working condition are very hazardous. So the worker wears oxygen mask before doing work inside the chamber. After this the wagon is painted and the specification are written on the wagon is painted and the specifications are written on the wagon and then dispatched to Indian railway. 10. SUPPLIER OF MAIN WAGON COMPONENTS Components Suppliers 1. Wheel W.A.P. Banglore 2. Bogie BESCO Kolkata 3. High Tension Couler H.D.C. Kolkata 4. Air Brake Equipment 1. Escort Ltd. Faridabad 2. Stone India Ltd. Delhi 3. Bharat Braks & Value Ltd. Kolkata