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Address: Moth Railway Station, Uttar Pradesh 284303, India

Station Code: MOTH

Station Name: MOTH

Zone: NCR/North Central

Total Unique Trains: 10

Train Frequency Weekly: 44

Station Traffic: Low

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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
11105PRATHAM S S EXP06:5706:581M3A,SL
11106PRATHAM S SNGRM21:1821:202F3A,SL
11109JHS LJN INT EX06:5306:552M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUCC,2S
11110LJN JHS INT EXP21:1321:152M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUCC,2S
11123BJU GWL MAIL16:5316:541M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL
11124GWL BJU MAIL14:3514:372M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL
19165SABARMATI EXP18:1518:172M,TH,SA2A,SL
19166SABARMATI EXP03:5203:531TU,TH,SU2A,SL
19167SABARMATI EXP18:1518:172TU,W,F,SU2A,SL
19168SABARMATI EXP03:5103:532M,W,F,SA2A,SL
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Kolkata, 16thApril, 2015 :

South Eastern Railway celebrated the 60thRailway Week award function at its Headquarters, Garden Reach, this afternoon (16.04.2015) with great enthusiasm and gaiety.

Shri Radhey Shyam, General Manager, South Eastern Railway graced the occasion as the Chief Guest while Shri D.Kamilla, Additional General Manager, S.E.Railway along with Principal Head of Departments attended the function.Divisional Railway Managers of Kharagpur, Adra, Chakradharpur, Ranchi Divisions and the representatives of different Associations including a large number of staff and Officers with their family members were also present o­n the occasion.

As many as 117 selected railway staff and officers along with 17 group awardees were felicitated with merit certificates, cash awards and Efficiency Badges in recognition of their outstanding services and devotion to duty during the year 2014-15.The Overall Efficiency Shield was awarded to Kharagpur Division for the best all round performance.Kharagpur division also received four other shields i.e. Signal & Telecom Engineering, Electrical Services, Olympia Cup for Excellence in Sports and Track Machine Utilisation Shields.This apart, Adra Division received Civil Engineering, Personnel, Accounts & Finance Management and Outstanding Recoveries Shields. Chakradharpur Division received Safety, Scrap Mobilization and Best Construction Efficiency Shields and Ranchi Division received Business & Passenger Services and Rajbhasha Shields.Operations and Terminal Management Shields were jointly received by Kharagpur & Adra Divisions.Mechanical Engineering and Security shields were jointly received by Chakradharpur & Adra Divsions while Punctuality Shield was jointly received by Ranchi & Kharagpur Divisions and Model Colony Shield was received by Chakradharpur & Ranchi Divisions jointly.Diesel Shed Shield was handed over to Bondamunda whereas Coaching Depot Shield and Running Room Shield were given to Santragachi and Anara respectively.Materials Management Shield was received jointly by NOD/Kharagpur and ESD/Kharagpur. Central Hospital, Garden Reach was given Health Care Shield.Ranchi and Balasore stations were adjudged as Best Kept Stations.


Shri Radhey Shyam, General Manager, S.E.Railway while addressing the mammoth gatheringof railway men and their family members said that SER has bagged the prestigious Electrical EngineeringTraction Shield in the National Railway Week Award function held at Guwahati o­n 13.04.2015.South Eastern Railway is primarily a Freight Carrying Railway and in 2014-15, SER loaded 124.05 million tones of revenue earning freight and generated Rs.9626.19 crores thus registering an increase of 8.57% in comparison with the previous year.Shri Radhey Shyam said that SER is the 3rdhighest freight loading railway amongst 16 other Zonal Railways.As far as the apportioned passenger earnings are concerned, SER earned Rs.1368.41 crores in 2014-15 as compared to Rs.1183.35 crores earned last year registering a growth of 15.64%.GM/SER also stated that this railway generated a surplus of Rs.5180.16 crores during the year 2014-15 which was the highest ever with an increase of 7.55% over the last year thus achieving the operating ratio of 73.77%.He also mentioned about the progress and timely completion of construction of new lines, 3rd line between Shyamchak-Kharagpur & Rajkharswan-Sini, doublings and various other works.

General Manager/SER also spoke about the success of Swachh Bharat Mission bringing about cleaner and healthier railway stations as well as railway premises in the greater perspective of “Swachh Bharat – Sundar Bharat”.General Manager further laid stress o­n the Safety and Security of the passengers and achieving the punctuality of train movements which is 99.1% in suburban trains and 92.9% in mail/express trains respectively.

GM/SER complimented the railway men for their utmost efforts to achieve this commendable performance.He appealed to the employees of SER to make all out efforts to achieve the satisfaction of passengers and freight customers and advised them to be extremely cautious in matters relating to safety of passengers.

A colourful function was also organized by the cultural team of divisions and headquarters of South Eastern Railway o­n this occasion.



PR.No. 781/2014-1516-02-2015
Scotland Citizen Visits SCR In Search of His Great Grandfather’s Work Place

Shri P.K. Srivastava, GM.SCR interacting with Mr.Nicholas Graves 

Shri P.K. Srivastava, GM.SCR interacting with Mr.Nicholas Graves and his partner

Mr. Nicholas Graves a native of Scotland, United Kingdom in search of his ancestral root visited South Central Railway today i.e. o­n 16th February, 2015.  He met Shri P.K. Srivastava, General Manager, SCR and requested to provide details of his ancestral root and wanted to visit the same.


Way back in the year 1932, Nicholas Graves great grandfather named Mr. James Theadore worked as a ‘Loco Fitter’ in Nizam State Railways, Lallaguda, Secunderabad.  Theadore was born in India o­n 15thDecember, 1897. Nicholas brought with him a ‘Pension Book’ of Theadore and presented to General Manager.


Nicholas grandmother Mrs. Phyllis Margaret Champion is the daughter of Mr. Theadore. She was born o­n 19th September, 1920 in Secunderabad. She got married to Mr. Percy James Champion working in British army in India o­n 29thAugust, 1938 at St. Josephs Church, Lucknow, India. However, just before the start of World War II Mr. Percy James Champion and Mrs. Phyllis Margaret Champion migrated to England in 1939.


            Shri Srivastava appreciated the efforts of Nicholas Graves and expressed all his cooperation to trace out the roots of his great grandfather. Nicholas Graves was in the city to attend the Indian Railway Fan Club Association convention organized here. Mr. Ravi and Mr. Vijaya Raghavan, the members of the Association assisted Nicholas in visiting SCR.

(M. Umashankar Kumar)
Chief Public Relations Officer


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