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Address: Banda, Uttar Pradesh 210001, India

Station Code: BNDA)BANDA J

Station Name: BNDA)BANDA JN

Zone: NCR/North Central

Total Unique Trains: 34

Train Frequency Weekly: 139

Station Traffic: Medium

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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Arrival
12189MAHAKAUSHAL EXP00:0200:1210M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN
12536LJN GARIBRATH00:3700:458TU,F3A
04120DADN ALD SPL01:1001:155F2A,3A,SL,GN
21108BSB KURJ LINK EX01:2701:325M,W,SA3A,SL,GN
11108BUNDELKHAND EXP01:2701:325M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN
21107KURJ BSB LINK EX02:2202:308TU,F,SU3A,SL,GN
11107BUNDELKHAND EXP02:2202:308M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN
12190MAHAKOSHAL EXP02:5703:058M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN
15206CHITRAKUT EXP03:5004:0010M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
22129TULSI EXPRESS04:2004:288TU,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
51806MKP JHS PASS04:4004:5010M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
12448U P SMPRK KRNTI06:2006:288M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN
54161KURJ CNB PASS06:4507:0520M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
18203BETWA EXPRESS09:5210:008TU,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
51802CNB MKP PASS10:0010:055M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
12177CHAMBAL EXP11:0011:1010F2A,3A,SL,GN
12175CHAMBAL EXP11:0011:1010TU,W,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
54159JHS ALD PASS11:5012:0010M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
12178CHAMBAL EXPRESS12:2512:3510M2A,3A,SL,GN
12176CHAMBAL EXPRESS12:2512:3510TU,TH,SA2A,3A,SL,GN
54160ALD JHS PASS12:3512:438M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
14110CHITRAKOOT EXP14:1214:208M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
04119ALD DADN SPL14:2014:255TH2A,3A,SL,GN
14109CNB EXPRESS15:5716:058M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
51807JHS BNDA PASS16:50Des--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
12535LJN R GARIBRATH18:0818:2517M,TH3A
51801MKP CNB PASS18:1018:155M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
12447U P SMPRK KRNTI18:3518:438M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN
54162CNB KURJ PASS19:5020:1525M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
18204BETWA EXPRESS20:5721:058M,W2A,3A,SL,GN
51805JHS MKP PASS21:4021:5010M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
15205CHITRAKUT EXP22:2522:3510M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
22130TULSI EXPRESS22:2822:302M,W2A,3A,SL,GN
TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Departure
51808BNDA JHS PASSSrc17:50--M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED



RECENT NEWS

1
Press Release No. 36025-01-2021
Hubballi
Press Release No. 360, DEMONSTRATION BY CIVIL DEFENCE VOLUNTEERS OF SWR

दक्षिण पश्चिम रेलवे/ SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY

        प्रेस विज्ञप्ति/ Press Release No. 360  Dt: 25.01.2021                     

DEMONSTRATION BY CIVIL DEFENCE VOLUNTEERS OF

 SWR

South Western Railway Civil Defence Organisation, conducted a live demonstration and mock drill at Railway Supervisors Rest House, Tungabhadra, near Hubballi Railway station today(25.01.2021). This was conducted o­n completion of Civil Defence Intensive/Refresher Training Course held from 20.01.2021.

In the current batch 60 number of Railway staff were imparted training of Civil defence, which is highest in a single batch so far in the history of South Western Railway. The trained contingent of Civil Defence Railway staff are also taking part in tomorrow's Republic Day parade being organised by South Western Railway.

During the demonstration a Mock drill was conducted where in volunteers displayed how to respond to emergencies.

In this mock drill , Civil Defence personnel performed  various types of methods / technique  regarding, to rescue casualties  o­n ground as well as from high buildings  in case of disasters

Civil Defence Personnel also shown methods to extinguish various classes  of fires by the use of fire extinguisher.  They extinguished o­ne LPG fire cylinder by very common technique use of water and blanket. Method of extinguishment by Extinguisher Namely, DCP Type, CO2 Type, ABC Type extinguisher etc. were also displayed.

In Ground Rescue Methods 10 Nos of Casualties were rescued by various emergency ground rescue methods called 02 Hand sheet, Pick a back reverse, 03 Hand Sheet, Four Hand Sheet, Fore and Aft menthod, Human Crutch etc. by tying bandages o­n Head, Chest, Knee, Abdonimal, Jaw etc.

Volunteers also displayed how to make slings for fractures namely, Triangular Sling, Arm Sling, Cough and Collar Sling and Improvised sling. etc. CPR technique for unconscious casualty was also displayed.

High Rise building rescue - Five Casualties were rescued from 1st Floor and 2nd Floor by following methods namely:-

1.         Two Point Suspension (2nd Floor)

2.         Ladder Hinge Method (1st Floor)

3.         Chair Knot (2nd Floor)

4.         Fire Man Lift Method (1st Floor)

5.         Sliding Stretcher (1st Floor)

How to rescue a Man who has caught fire in kitchen room by blanketing was also demonstrated.

During the intensive and refresher training course, Civil Defence Organization trains its volunteer employees in providing immediate assistance for handling emergencies and calamities and imparts necessary skills for the same.  These volunteers are trained in rescue, protective, control and restorative measures. Volunteers so trained can minimize the adverse effects of calamities by saving men and materials. Their skills will come in handy to maintain the running of trains and restoring normalcy in catastrophes.

Shri Ajay Kumar Singh, General Manager, South Western Railway & Chief Guest of the function congratulated all the members who had undergone training and appreciated the enthusiasm displayed by the SWR Civil Defence Personnel.  He said that the spirit of selfless service of Civil Defence shall be emulated by all. He said that this training develops spirit of team working and also quick response learnt by members will help them in their duties. He urged that more and more railway employees should  undergo Civil Defence Training.

Shri Ajay Kumar Singh, General Manager, South Western Railway gave away awards to the following Civil Defence personnel for their dedicated service. 

1.  Shri  Y.Vijaya Kumar , CD Volunteer, SMR/MNGT

2.  Shri   A.V.Potdar, CD Volunteer, CDMA/GSD/UBL

3.  Shri  Uday. P. Naik , CD Volunteer, HELPER/TLD/UBL

4.  Shri  D.A. Makandar , CD Volunteer, TECH -1/TLD/UBL

5.  Shri  H. Ramanjanappa , CD    Volunteer,  TM-1/P. WAY/KRNR

Shri Vipul Kumar, Principal Chief Engineer/SWR, Shri R.S. Chauhan, Principal Chief Security Commissioner/SWR, Ms Roopa Srinivasan, Principal Financial Advisor/SWR, Shri Arvind Malkhede, Divisional Railway Manager, Hubballi, Shri Alok Kumar, PCPO/SWR/UBL, Shri Anil Pavithran, Principal Chief Commercial Manager/SWR, Shri Rajiv Saxena, Sr. Deputy General Manager/SWR, Smt. E. Vijaya, Controller of Civil Defence & Chief Public Relation Officer/SWR and other senior officers were present o­n the occasion.


                                                                   Chief Public Relations Officer                                                                    South Western Railway, Hubballi





2
2021/0106-01-2021
Mumbai
WR ACHIEVED 22 % INCREASE IN LOADING IN DECEMBER, 2020 VIS A VIS CORRESPONDING PERIOD OF LAST YEAR

WR Press Release No 2021/01Mumbai, 6th Jan, 2021

WR ACHIEVED 22 % INCREASE IN LOADING IN DECEMBER, 2020VIS A VIS CORRESPONDING PERIOD OF LAST YEAR

COMMENDABLE LOADING OF 8.05 MILLION TONNES IN DEC’20

Photo Caption : 1st pic is of loading activities being undertaken in the Porbandar – Howrah special train. 2nd pic is of container loading at Pipavav port of Bhavnagar division.

Western Railway is continuously marching ahead o­n the path of growth in its freight loadings and revenue. This uptrend in loading has been possible due to continuous monitoring at various levels by Shri Alok Kansal - General Manager of Western Railway, who has personally taken interest to initiate effective steps including formation of Business Development Units & suitable implementation of freight incentives to attract new freight business.

According to a press release issued by Shri Sumit Thakur- Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Rly, loading for WR in the month of December 2020 has been 8.05 Million Tonnes. There has been a commendable increase of almost 22 percent in loading, as compared to corresponding period of last year’s loading of 6.61 Million Tonnes.It is a matter of great proud that WR has also crossed the loading target set by Railway Board of 7.17 Million Tonnes, with an increase of 12.3 percent. This growth has been possible inspite of various constraints & toughest challengesdue to the Covid 19 pandemic. WR has overcome all possible impediments to give the best, and increase its contribution to Indian Railways, in freight loading. In the month of December 2020, Western Railway’s loading of 8.05 Million Tonnes included, Container 2.13 MT, Fertilizer 1.79 MT, Cement 1.23 MT, POL 0.87, Coal 0.75 MT, Iron & Steel 0.17 MT, Food grain 0.10 MT and others 1.01 MT. There has been an increase of 100 percent loading of food grains as compared to last year’s corresponding period, followed by approx 89 percent increase in loading of Iron & Steel. Revenue from freight haulage were up at Rs 1025.07 crore. This represents an increase of Rs 243.95 crore i.e growth of 31.23 percent, compared to last year’s earning of Rs 781.12 crore for the same period.

Shri Thakur further added thatsince 23rd March to 4th Jan, 2021, commodities weighing more than 2.19 lakh tonnes have been transported by Western Rly through its 798 parcel special trains, which mainly included agricultural produce, medicines, fish, milk etc. The revenue generated through this transportation, has been about Rs 75.55 crore. During this period, 146 milk special trains were run by Western Rly, with a load of approx. 1.08 lakh tonnes and 100% utilization of the wagons. Similarly, 553 Covid-19 special parcel trains with a load of more than 66 thousand tonnes were also run to transport various essential commodities. In addition to this, 87 indented rakes carrying about 39 thousand tonnes were also run with almost 100% utilization. 12 Kisan Rails have been run with load of 3200 tonnes. During the period from 22nd March 2020 till 4th Jan, 2021, total 26,954 rakes of goods trains have been used by WR to supply essential commodities amounting to 59.40 million tonnes. 54,913 freight trains have been interchanged with other zonal railways, in which 27,424 trains were handed over and 27,489 trains taken over at different interchange points. o­ne parcel special train left from Bandra Terminus to Jammu Tawi o­n 5th January, 2021.

LOSS OF PASSENGER REVENUE DUE TO LOCKDOWN

The total loss of revenue over Western Railway o­n account of Corona Virus, has been approx. Rs 3702 crore, which includes aboutRs 596 crore for suburban section and approx. Rs 3106 crore for non -suburban. Inspite of this, resulting to cancellation of tickets since 1st March, 2020 to4th Jan, 2021, Western Railway has ensured to return refund amount ofRs. 564.81 crore. It's worth mentioning that in this refund amount, Mumbai division alone, has ensured refund ofmore than Rs 278 crore. Till now, 88.47 lakh passengers have cancelled their tickets over entire Western Railway & have received their refund amount accordingly.

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COMMENTS

1
Press Release No. 36025-01-2021
Hubballi
Press Release No. 360, DEMONSTRATION BY CIVIL DEFENCE VOLUNTEERS OF SWR

दक्षिण पश्चिम रेलवे/ SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY

        प्रेस विज्ञप्ति/ Press Release No. 360  Dt: 25.01.2021                     

DEMONSTRATION BY CIVIL DEFENCE VOLUNTEERS OF

 SWR

South Western Railway Civil Defence Organisation, conducted a live demonstration and mock drill at Railway Supervisors Rest House, Tungabhadra, near Hubballi Railway station today(25.01.2021). This was conducted o­n completion of Civil Defence Intensive/Refresher Training Course held from 20.01.2021.

In the current batch 60 number of Railway staff were imparted training of Civil defence, which is highest in a single batch so far in the history of South Western Railway. The trained contingent of Civil Defence Railway staff are also taking part in tomorrow's Republic Day parade being organised by South Western Railway.

During the demonstration a Mock drill was conducted where in volunteers displayed how to respond to emergencies.

In this mock drill , Civil Defence personnel performed  various types of methods / technique  regarding, to rescue casualties  o­n ground as well as from high buildings  in case of disasters

Civil Defence Personnel also shown methods to extinguish various classes  of fires by the use of fire extinguisher.  They extinguished o­ne LPG fire cylinder by very common technique use of water and blanket. Method of extinguishment by Extinguisher Namely, DCP Type, CO2 Type, ABC Type extinguisher etc. were also displayed.

In Ground Rescue Methods 10 Nos of Casualties were rescued by various emergency ground rescue methods called 02 Hand sheet, Pick a back reverse, 03 Hand Sheet, Four Hand Sheet, Fore and Aft menthod, Human Crutch etc. by tying bandages o­n Head, Chest, Knee, Abdonimal, Jaw etc.

Volunteers also displayed how to make slings for fractures namely, Triangular Sling, Arm Sling, Cough and Collar Sling and Improvised sling. etc. CPR technique for unconscious casualty was also displayed.

High Rise building rescue - Five Casualties were rescued from 1st Floor and 2nd Floor by following methods namely:-

1.         Two Point Suspension (2nd Floor)

2.         Ladder Hinge Method (1st Floor)

3.         Chair Knot (2nd Floor)

4.         Fire Man Lift Method (1st Floor)

5.         Sliding Stretcher (1st Floor)

How to rescue a Man who has caught fire in kitchen room by blanketing was also demonstrated.

During the intensive and refresher training course, Civil Defence Organization trains its volunteer employees in providing immediate assistance for handling emergencies and calamities and imparts necessary skills for the same.  These volunteers are trained in rescue, protective, control and restorative measures. Volunteers so trained can minimize the adverse effects of calamities by saving men and materials. Their skills will come in handy to maintain the running of trains and restoring normalcy in catastrophes.

Shri Ajay Kumar Singh, General Manager, South Western Railway & Chief Guest of the function congratulated all the members who had undergone training and appreciated the enthusiasm displayed by the SWR Civil Defence Personnel.  He said that the spirit of selfless service of Civil Defence shall be emulated by all. He said that this training develops spirit of team working and also quick response learnt by members will help them in their duties. He urged that more and more railway employees should  undergo Civil Defence Training.

Shri Ajay Kumar Singh, General Manager, South Western Railway gave away awards to the following Civil Defence personnel for their dedicated service. 

1.  Shri  Y.Vijaya Kumar , CD Volunteer, SMR/MNGT

2.  Shri   A.V.Potdar, CD Volunteer, CDMA/GSD/UBL

3.  Shri  Uday. P. Naik , CD Volunteer, HELPER/TLD/UBL

4.  Shri  D.A. Makandar , CD Volunteer, TECH -1/TLD/UBL

5.  Shri  H. Ramanjanappa , CD    Volunteer,  TM-1/P. WAY/KRNR

Shri Vipul Kumar, Principal Chief Engineer/SWR, Shri R.S. Chauhan, Principal Chief Security Commissioner/SWR, Ms Roopa Srinivasan, Principal Financial Advisor/SWR, Shri Arvind Malkhede, Divisional Railway Manager, Hubballi, Shri Alok Kumar, PCPO/SWR/UBL, Shri Anil Pavithran, Principal Chief Commercial Manager/SWR, Shri Rajiv Saxena, Sr. Deputy General Manager/SWR, Smt. E. Vijaya, Controller of Civil Defence & Chief Public Relation Officer/SWR and other senior officers were present o­n the occasion.


                                                                   Chief Public Relations Officer                                                                    South Western Railway, Hubballi





2
2021/0106-01-2021
Mumbai
WR ACHIEVED 22 % INCREASE IN LOADING IN DECEMBER, 2020 VIS A VIS CORRESPONDING PERIOD OF LAST YEAR

WR Press Release No 2021/01Mumbai, 6th Jan, 2021

WR ACHIEVED 22 % INCREASE IN LOADING IN DECEMBER, 2020VIS A VIS CORRESPONDING PERIOD OF LAST YEAR

COMMENDABLE LOADING OF 8.05 MILLION TONNES IN DEC’20

Photo Caption : 1st pic is of loading activities being undertaken in the Porbandar – Howrah special train. 2nd pic is of container loading at Pipavav port of Bhavnagar division.

Western Railway is continuously marching ahead o­n the path of growth in its freight loadings and revenue. This uptrend in loading has been possible due to continuous monitoring at various levels by Shri Alok Kansal - General Manager of Western Railway, who has personally taken interest to initiate effective steps including formation of Business Development Units & suitable implementation of freight incentives to attract new freight business.

According to a press release issued by Shri Sumit Thakur- Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Rly, loading for WR in the month of December 2020 has been 8.05 Million Tonnes. There has been a commendable increase of almost 22 percent in loading, as compared to corresponding period of last year’s loading of 6.61 Million Tonnes.It is a matter of great proud that WR has also crossed the loading target set by Railway Board of 7.17 Million Tonnes, with an increase of 12.3 percent. This growth has been possible inspite of various constraints & toughest challengesdue to the Covid 19 pandemic. WR has overcome all possible impediments to give the best, and increase its contribution to Indian Railways, in freight loading. In the month of December 2020, Western Railway’s loading of 8.05 Million Tonnes included, Container 2.13 MT, Fertilizer 1.79 MT, Cement 1.23 MT, POL 0.87, Coal 0.75 MT, Iron & Steel 0.17 MT, Food grain 0.10 MT and others 1.01 MT. There has been an increase of 100 percent loading of food grains as compared to last year’s corresponding period, followed by approx 89 percent increase in loading of Iron & Steel. Revenue from freight haulage were up at Rs 1025.07 crore. This represents an increase of Rs 243.95 crore i.e growth of 31.23 percent, compared to last year’s earning of Rs 781.12 crore for the same period.

Shri Thakur further added thatsince 23rd March to 4th Jan, 2021, commodities weighing more than 2.19 lakh tonnes have been transported by Western Rly through its 798 parcel special trains, which mainly included agricultural produce, medicines, fish, milk etc. The revenue generated through this transportation, has been about Rs 75.55 crore. During this period, 146 milk special trains were run by Western Rly, with a load of approx. 1.08 lakh tonnes and 100% utilization of the wagons. Similarly, 553 Covid-19 special parcel trains with a load of more than 66 thousand tonnes were also run to transport various essential commodities. In addition to this, 87 indented rakes carrying about 39 thousand tonnes were also run with almost 100% utilization. 12 Kisan Rails have been run with load of 3200 tonnes. During the period from 22nd March 2020 till 4th Jan, 2021, total 26,954 rakes of goods trains have been used by WR to supply essential commodities amounting to 59.40 million tonnes. 54,913 freight trains have been interchanged with other zonal railways, in which 27,424 trains were handed over and 27,489 trains taken over at different interchange points. o­ne parcel special train left from Bandra Terminus to Jammu Tawi o­n 5th January, 2021.

LOSS OF PASSENGER REVENUE DUE TO LOCKDOWN

The total loss of revenue over Western Railway o­n account of Corona Virus, has been approx. Rs 3702 crore, which includes aboutRs 596 crore for suburban section and approx. Rs 3106 crore for non -suburban. Inspite of this, resulting to cancellation of tickets since 1st March, 2020 to4th Jan, 2021, Western Railway has ensured to return refund amount ofRs. 564.81 crore. It's worth mentioning that in this refund amount, Mumbai division alone, has ensured refund ofmore than Rs 278 crore. Till now, 88.47 lakh passengers have cancelled their tickets over entire Western Railway & have received their refund amount accordingly.

*************

 





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shiv Lakhan - Tue Aug 25 11:56 2015


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