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Address: Uttar Pradesh 203203, India

Station Code: CHL)CHOL

Station Name: CHL)CHOLA

Zone: NCR/North Central

Total Unique Trains: 23

Train Frequency Weekly: 139

Station Traffic: Medium

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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Arrival
64101ALJN DLI EMU03:0303:041M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64111KRJ SSB EMU06:0406:051M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
18102JAT MURI TATA EXPRESS06:1806:202M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
18310JAT SBP EXP06:1806:202M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,GN
64103ALJN DLI EMU07:0907:101M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64105ALJN NDLS EMU07:1907:201M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64167PWL ALJN EMU07:3507:361M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64581HRF DLI MEMU07:5407:551M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
15484MAHANANDA EXP08:0608:082M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
64583TDL DLI MEMU10:0610:071M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64152DLI ALJN EMU10:4410:451M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64584DLI TDL MEMU14:4314:441M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64151ALJN DLI EMU15:0415:051M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64168ALJN PWL EMU18:2018:211M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
18309SBP JAT EXPRESS18:3418:362M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,GN
18101TATA JAT EXP18:3618:382M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,GN
64106DLI KRJ EMU19:2119:221M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64110NDLS ALJN EMU19:3119:321M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64582DLI HRF MEMU19:3819:391M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64114NDLS ALJN EMU19:5119:521M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64102DLI ALJN EMU20:0120:021M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64113KRJ SSB EMU20:0820:091M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
64108DLI KRJ EMU22:3022:311M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Departure



RECENT NEWS

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No.472/2019-2010-01-2020
Chennai
Railway Protection Force ushers in a number of administrative reforms to improve its functioning

                                                                                                                                     


Railway Protection Force ushers in a number of administrative reforms to improve its functioning


Railway Protection Force (RPF) of Indian Railways has taken various steps for administrative reform in the year 2019. Following are the major reforms ushered in to improve the working of RPF:-

·Consequent o­n grant of Organized Group ‘A’ status (OGAS) to the Group ‘A’ officer cadre in Railway Protection Force (RPF), the Ministry of Railways has notified the name of the Group ‘A’ cadre mentioned above as Indian Railway Protection Force Service (IRPFS) vide letter no. 2013/E(GR)1/36/10 (Part-I) dated 30.12.2019.  The nomenclature of Group ‘A’ gazetted cadre of RPF as IRPFS does not, in any way, change the name of the force (RPF). The character of the force constituted under RPF (Amendment) Act 1985 (an Act of Parliament) as a statutory Armed Force of the Union remains unchanged.

·Constables having received the benefit of 1st MACP/2nd MACP will wear ribbons (V) o­ne Stripe /Two Stripes respectively o­n the right upper arm of their uniform. This will boost the morale of RPF personnel who remain in the rank of Constables for substantial period as they will look forward to addition of stripes in their uniform without waiting for their promotion to the rank of Head Constables.

·The rules and guidelines for functioning of RPF have been compiled as Establishment Manual and Crime Manual superseding all guidelines in force. Soft copies of these manuals have been uploaded in the RPF webpage to make them easily accessible to all RPF personnel. This will streamline the functioning of RPF.

·With ever increasing threat to railway system from Left Wing Extremists, terrorist/subversive elements, it is imperative that Railway Protection Force remains  better trained and  prepared  to face growing challenges to railway security. For this very objective, setting up of a separate Commando unit, known as CORAS (Commandos for Railway Security), was announced by Minister of Railways and Commerce & Industry, Shri Piyush Goyal o­n 14th August 2019.

Vision of CORAS is to develop world level capabilities of specialized response for any situation pertaining to damage, disturbance, disruption of train operations, attack/hostage/hijack/disaster situations in railway areas. The training of RPF commandos includes training in physical endurance, Unarmed Combat, Latest weapons training, Disaster management, Anti Terrorist Operations among others. RPF commandos are being utilised for securing railway stations, escorting trains and railway area protection in highly vulnerable areas.

·The benefits available to RPF personnel from Rail Suraksha Kalyan Nidhi were enhanced substantially during 2019. In case of death attributable to death during discharge of duty, the benefit was enhanced from lump-sum grant of Rs 5 Lakhs to Rs 15 lakhs. The vipatti sahayata was also doubled to Rs 4 lakhs for self treatment and Rs 2 lakhs for treatment of family members. Numbers of merit scholarships were enhanced from 1200 to 1500 and enhanced scholarship was started for polytechnic and post graduate courses. Education assistance to handicapped wards was also doubled to Rs 1000 per month.

·Promotion to Gazetted Officers: Long pending matter of regularisation of ASCs was resolved in 2019 with regularisation of 97 ASCs in Group A against the vacancies of last 4 years. In addition, a total of 95 officers i.e. 44, 41, 03, 04 and 03 officers were promoted to the rank of ASC, DSC, Sr.DSC, DIG and IG respectively during 2019.

·Promotion to Non-gazetted ranks: During the year 2019, 364 Sub Inspectors were promoted to the rank of Inspectors and 2303 Constables were promoted to the rank of Head Constables. Selection of 388 posts of Sub-Inspectors from the rank of Asstt. Sub Inspectors is presently underway and the promotion process of Asstt. inspectors from the rank of Head Constables has been set in motion.

·A total of 1121 candidates (male 823 and female 298) were empanelled for recruitment to the post of Sub Inspectors in RPF, out of which initial training of 929 (male 682, female 247) Sub-inspector cadets has already started. Similarly, 8543 candidates (male 4465 and female 4078) were empanelled for recruitment as Constable in RPF, out of which initial training of 5850 (male 3350 and female 2500) constable recruits has already started. The recruitment of 798 Constables (ancillary) and 246 Constables (band) is underway.






(P.A. Dhananjayan)
Chief Public Relations Officer




2
18-07-2019
Workshop on data analytics held in NCR HQ .

North Central Railway

Headquarter

Public Relations

Prayagraj

No. PR/07/2019Press ReleaseDate: 15.07.2019

Workshop o­n data analytics held in NCR HQ

on 15.07.19a workshop o­n Data Analytics was held in NCR HQ Subedarganj . This workshop chaired by GM NCR Sri Rajiv Chaudhry was attended by all PHODs of NCR and other senior officers from HQ and ALD division . At the outset DGM G Sri AnshooPandey welcomed two eminent speakers of this workshop from MNIT PrayagrajDr Anil Kumar Singh and Dr. MayankPandey .

Dr. Anil Kumar Singh has obtained his PhD degree from IIT Roorkee and M.Tech. in Computer Scienceand Engineering from MNNIT Allahabad.Currently working as Professor in the Department of CSE, Motilal Nehru National Institute ofTechnology Allahabad, India, and is also Head of the Department. He has a teaching experience ofmore than 25 years.He has published various research papers in the area of Data Mining, Semanticweb, Recommender systems, and cloud computing.Dr. Singh has been awarded with coveted Commonwealth Scholarship (Canada) by MHRD, Govt. ofIndia, in 2003. He has also been associated with the project for simulating the movement of crowd ofpilgrims during Kumbh 2019 at Prayagraj, awarded by North Central Railway (NCR) , and is alsoproviding consultancy to Larsen & Toubro (L&T), India o­n Video Analytics based Crowd Management.

The other speaker Dr. MayankPandey obtained his MTech from IIT Kharagpur and PhD degree from MNNIT Allahabad. He is currently working as Associate Professor in the Department of CSE, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad, India. He possesses an experience of more than 16 years in the field of teaching and research. Dr. Pandey has guided many M.Tech. and PhD students.

In his address GM Sri Rajiv Chaudhry highlighted importance of using data analytical tools in decision making in all field of working . Sri Chaudhry also suggested that railway is a large source of data and MNIT students can associate in data analysis projects with railway which will be beneficial to railways and great learning experience for students .

Both speakers presented in detail about different type of data ,theiranalysis tools available and latest developments in this field.

Theme of workshop was Big data which is high in volume,fast , information o­n assets and processing of information to get cost effective solutions. As per an approximation 175 Zera Bites of information shall be available globaly by 2025 and unless correct analysis of available data is done decision making shall not be precise.

Railways uses data analysis in almost all field like train operation ,reservations, maintenance , projects execution etc . This workshop was aimed towardsimproving skills as how to make our data analysis more useful to provide better services to passengers with same resources as well as to understand needs for future development.








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