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73rd Independence Day of the Nation Organized at North Central Railway Headquarter

North Central Railway


Public Relations


No. PR/08/2019/Press ReleaseDate: 15.08.2019

73rd Independence Day of the Nation Organized at North Central Railway Headquarter

On 15th August 2019, the nation's 73rd Independence Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and fan-fare at North Central Railway Headquarter Office, Prayagraj. The program started with flag hoisting by General Manager Shri Rajiv Chaudhary. o­n the occasion, the General Manager inspected the parade of Railway Protection Force, Bharat Scout and Guides and St. John Ambulance Brigade. The General Manager also awarded the railway personnel for outstanding perfomance. Awardees included Mr. DK Verma - CPTM, Mr. Manu Prakash Dubey - Senior Divisional Operations Manager / Co, Mr. Atul Gupta – Senior Devisional Engineer / Co., Mr. Anshu Pandey - Deputy General Manager / General, Mr. Ajit Kumar Singh-CPRO, Mr. Himanshu Chaturvedi-DSTE/Allahabad, Santosh Kumar Gupta Deputy Chief Engineer / Con., Mr.Virendra Verma – Astt. Divisional Electrical Eng., Mr. Ram Singh Meena-TI, Mr. Gopal Ram Sharma - Senior. Technician, Smt Poonam Shakyan - Assistant Loco Pilot, Mr. Munna Khan - Pointstman / Morena, Mr. Santosh Kumar - Gateman, Mr. Atul Agrawal - Staff and Welfare Inspector, Mr. Mukesh Kumar Meena - Techni - II, Mr. Vikas Kumar - Assistant Loco Pilot, Mr. Sugad Singh - Trackman, Mr. Ramesh Kumar-SSE / P Way, Mr. Priyavrit Dahiya-Sub-Inspector, Mr. S. S Yadav-Loco pilot Mail, Mr. SSU Khan- Loco pilot Mail, Mr. Shailendra Health Inspector, Mr. Moti lal-Safaiwala Khajuraho, Mr. Niran Singh-Track Maintainer-III, Mr. Ashwini Kumar Dwivedi-Wagon Movement Inspector, Mr. Ramesh Chandrak-Sr.Tech., Mr. Alok Kumar Srivastav-Technician-III, Mr. Zaheeruddin-Helper, Mr. Amarendra Kumar Singh-Track Maintainer , Mr. Nirbhay Singh Patel - SSE / Sig., Mr. Vikas Prasad - Traffic Inspector, Mr. Siddhanath Patidar - Inspector / RPF.

General Manager Shri Rajiv Chaudhry and President, North Central Railway Women's Welfare Organization, Mrs. Lalitha Chaudhry released the tricolor balloons in the air. In a cultural program organized o­n the occasion, the children of Tenderfeet School, run by the North Central Railway Women's Welfare Organization presented group dance o­n the songs of patriotism. Members of North Central Railway's cultural team also made beautiful performances with nationalistic fervor.

During the function, the General Manager gave heartfelt greetings and greetings to all the employees, officers of North Central Railway and their families o­n the auspicious occasion of the 73rd Independence Day of our glorious nation. The general manager's address is as follows.

“On the auspicious occasion of 73rd Independence Day of our glorious nation, I extend my heartiest greetings to the entire North Central Railway family. This day commemorates the re-birth of our nation after gaining long awaited independence from foreign rule & our ill-fortunes. Today we recall the sacrifice and selfless service of the great personages with gratitude. It is befitting that at this solemn moment we take the pledge of rededication to the service of nation and its people and to the still larger cause of humanity. The achievement we celebrate today is but a step towards new opportunities, to the greater triumphs and achievements that await us. Thus o­n this day, we evaluate our immediate past and look ahead at our future.

Indian Railways is the prime mode of transport in the nation and North Central Railway, since inception in 2003, have emerged as an important constituent. Our contributions are first reflected in our financial performance with registered growth of passenger and Sundry earnings by 3% and 13% respectively over the corresponding period of last year.Our originating loading has also registered a growth of 4.5% during current financial year. During 2018-19, scrap sale of Rs. 213.33 Cr was achieved by our Stores department, surpassing the target by 4%. During 2018-19, our operating ratio was 68.39%. Web based procurement and E-auction are now fully implemented.

Customer satisfaction is the prime motive behind our efforts. We were privileged to cater to mammoth operations for the largest human congregation during Kumbh Mela at Prayagraj between January to March 2019. The meticulous planning and flawless execution by committed railwaymen jelled with modern technological tools made it safe, smooth & successful. We utilized computer simulation for anticipating crowd movement, Mobile Electronic Ticketing Machine (METM), Multi lingual Public Address & Enquiry System, Rail Kumbh mobile app etc as technological innovations to supplement relentless efforts of railwaymen and served the pilgrims in efficient manner. Coordinated efforts of NCR was the key in completion of more than 40 infrastructural works for Kumbh worth more than Rs. 700 Crores in just 18 months & with quality. Safe and comfortable transport of more than 140 Lakh pilgrims through 1080 special and 160 regular trains was Kumbh Snan for our dedicated railwaymen in true sense. All railwaymen worked with the motto of “Serving a pilgrim is double the blessings”.Besides this we also ran 213 trains as mela & summer specials and temporary augmentation of 1029 coaches, to facilitate passengers during rush periods in current financial year. Manikpur, Vindhyachal and Hathras stations have been developed as Adarsh stations for the convenience of passengers. Wi-fi facility has been provided at 32 stations. 04 rakes of Allahabad-Jaipur Express and Gwalior-Varanasi Bundelkhand Express trains have been upgraded as Utkrisht rakes to enhance passenger satisfaction. For ease of movement of passengers o­n stations, 29 escalators & 12 lifts have been provided so far and 37 escalators & 36 lifts are further planned at various stations o­n NCR. Total 1018 coaches have been fitted with mobile charging points and 1240 coaches with emergency lights. New Foot Over Bridge has been constructed at Fatehpur Sikri Station in current year.To ensure safety of passengers, provision of fire alarm system has been made at 29 stations.Safety at level crossings has always been a priority area for Indian Railways. Our efforts for removal of all the unmanned level crossings o­n broad gauge, has been applauded at apex level during recently concluded National Rail Function at Ambala. Continuing the efforts in this direction we have closed 54 mannedlevel crossings and constructed 2 ROBs & 15 RUBs/LHS during this year. Provision of sliding boom at level crossing gates to ensure seamless working in case of boom breakage has been accomplished at 30 vulnerable LCs during 2018-19 and interlocking of 2 LC gates has been done to ensure enhanced safety in train operations.For mass awareness o­n safety several publicity campaigns through mobile video van, print & electronic media were organized with special focus o­n road users. Our workshops and sheds are also contributing to our safety commitment. CMLR workshop Jhansi is turning out all the coaches during mid life rehabilitation with 100% CBC retro-fitment for enhanced safety.

NCR maintains and operate o­n 53% of Delhi- Howrah and 24% Delhi- Chennai super saturated trunk routes. NCR caters to more than 10% of IR traffic with just 5% of infrastructure, yet we are running the fastest trains of Indian Railways like Gatimaan, Vande Bharat and as many as 100 trains with the speed of 130 KMPH or above. We are also making efforts to ease up the congestion o­n our routes and further speed up the operations. We have raised the sectional speed o­n Birlanagar-Soni, Jhansi-Parichha Sections and Up/Down looplines at Aligarh station. We also completed 57.17 KMs of Through Rail Renewal upto June, 19 which is 7% higher than same period last year. More than 471 KMs of route has been electrified during 2018-19 and electrification of Bharatpur-Bandikui Section has already been accomplished in current financial year. Doubling works of more than 81 KMs was also commissioned during last financial year. Electronic Interlocking has been commissioned at Khurand, Khairar, Panki, Banda and Bharatkup stations and Panel Interlocking at Harduaganj. We are also contributing to the EDFC work. The Khurja –Bhaupur section of EDFC is targeted to be open by November 2019, and in connection with the work we have completed yard modification of Khurja ,Phaphund and Rura stations and connectivity to DFC line provided at Kuberpur.

Our commitment to society is very well reflected in our delivery towards Swachh Bharat abhiyaan and eco friendly day to day functioning.NCR is the pioneer in use of Bio-Toilet Technology in trains and stations and till now, More than 95% of our coaches have been provided with Bio Toilets and rest will be completed by the end of this month. We have already provided o­nboard Housekeeping Services in 22 trains and have covered Allahabad, Kanpur and Jhansi stations under Clean train Station scheme. Our Allahabad Jn, Agra cantt, Jhansi and Gwalior station are now ISO 14001 certified for eco friendly services to customers. Rain Water Harvesting system has been provided at 59 locations in 2018-19. Air quality index monitoring units have been installed at Allahabad Jn and DRM office Agra o­n the occasion of World Environment Day for awareness o­n air pollution.

Our Loco Pilots should be complimented for regenerating electricity worth of Rs 64 Crores in 2018-19, which is highest in Indian Railways through regenerative braking in 3 Phase electric locomotive.

Improvement is a o­ngoing process and technological inputs with vigilant management is the key to it. We are in the process of implementing e-office at NCR headquarter, which will definitely improve the decision making and enhance transparency in delivery. Our vigilance department is not o­nly curbing the improper practices but also suggesting corrective measures. It has issued 03 system improvements during current year covering subjects like utilization of staff benefit fund, leveraging technology in scarp delivery etc.

Our Security Personnel are always alert towards Passenger Security and Safety of Railway property. They have saved 400 children and either reunited them with their families or handed them over safely to NGOs. Our security helpline is working efficiently and timely help rendered to passengers o­n more than 800 occasions this year. They also taken stringent action against the carriers of intoxicating and prohibited materials, as 05 persons have been arrested and material worth Rs 5,50,000/- has been recovered. Action has also been taken against unauthorized ticketing and vending as 34 unauthorized ticket agents and 2844 vendors have been arrested during o­ngoing financial year.

Our committed workforce is our most cherished and valued asset and their welfare is our avowed responsibility. In order to inculcate a Healthy Life Style among our staff, Yoga camps are regularly organised. In order to provide facilities to our employees & strengthen medical facilities, computerized spirometer has been commissioned and molecular lab inaugurated in Central Hospital, Prayagraj, while Slit Lamps have been provided at Divisional Hospital Agra. We have also started issuing Unique Medical Identity Card“UMID” to our staff. To improve the skills, entire staff strength is being trained under Project Saksham and its second phase has also been started.A workshop o­n Emotional intelligence for senior officers was also organized recently.

Players & cultural teams of NCR have always brought laurels for our country. I take this opportunity to congratulate our Pugilists specially Gaurav Vidhuri & Ashish, Wrestler Ravi, Women Hockey Players - Gurjit & Nisha and Powerlifting team for winning medals during various international and national events organized this year. Our Rajbhasha department has been making Remarkable efforts in implementing Rajbhasha policy over the zone. Its efforts have been applauded by Parliamentary committee during their inspection. The talent of our officials has been recognized during recently concluded All India Rajbhasha Competitions at Guwahati. I wish to congratulate our recognized Unions, Federation & Associations for maintaining good & harmonious atmosphere over North Central Railway. I congratulate Scout & Guide for always working selflessly for various social causes. I also congratulate NCRWWO for their commendable efforts in helping needy railway families through various schemes. Their selfless contribution for benefit of children through organizing regular camps & competitions, plantation drives and help rendered to pilgrims during Kumbh-19 need special mention.

Today o­n this auspicious occasion let us rededicate ourselves to the progress of NCR, so that Indian Railway can continue to contribute in nation building.”

After this, Mr. Chaudhary and senior officers also planted saplings at the Zonal Training Center of the Railway Protection Force.

The tricolor flag was hoisted by Smt Lalitha Chaudhary, President, North Central Railway Women Welfare Organization, at Tenderfeet School, run by North Central Railway Women's Organization. Students presented colorful cultural programs. Members of the organization also distributed sweets and prizes to the children.

70th Republic Day function organized at NCR Headquarter

North Central Railway


Public Relations


No. PR/NCR/01/2019Press Release Date: 26.01.2019

70th Republic Day function organized at NCR Headquarter

The 70thRepublic Day of The Nation was celebrated with a function organized in North Central Railway headquarter office, Subedarganjon 26th January,2019 in the august presence of Shri Rajiv Chaudhry, General Manager, North Central Railway and President NCRWWO. The function started with unfurling of tricolor by General Manager, North Central Railway. After that Shri Chaudhry inspected the Parade of RPF personnel, Scout & Guides, and St John’s Ambulance Brigade. While speaking o­n the occasion Shri Chaudhry conveyed the heartiest greetings to the Railwaymen, their families, Members of NCRWWO, and the gathering for Republic Day and thanked them for their contributions.

During his address o­n the occasion he said “While occasions like these are a great source of pride and celebrations, they also provide an opportunity for self-reflection and toevaluate our performanceduring the current Financial Year 2018-19, especially as we are now in its last quarter.

In its mission to serve the nation, the North Central Railway (NCR) zone has been contributing consistently as an important constituent of the Indian Railways. NCR is the most congested railways - with o­nly five percent of the total infrastructure of Indian Railways, we carry10 percent of the total traffic.Our efforts are foremostreflected in our financial performance. With an increase of 5.2 percent in originating passenger and 11.5 percent in originating freight earnings by December 2018, our overall originatingearnings have risen by 7.7% in comparison to the corresponding period of last Financial Year2017-18. Ouroperating ratio is78.43 percent as of Dec., 2018.Our ticket checking earningsand scrap sales also grew by 8.5percent and25 percent respectively compared to FY 2017-18.

Customer satisfaction is the primeobjective behind all ourefforts. For the convenience of our passengers, o­n our already heavily saturated and over worked routes,we introduced four new trains and provided new stoppages to 18 pairs of trains o­n different stations. We have extended three pairs of trains including Gatiman Express to Jhansi, increased frequency of two pairs of trains,operated about 300 trips of special trains in various directions during festival and melaperiods and also augmented trains regularly o­n need basis. All of the aforementioned efforts were undertaken apart from the mammoth operations that are currently underwayin the KumbhMela which deserves its own special mention. For the ease of ticket purchase, sofar, we have provided UTS counters at 308 stations, UTS cum PRS counters at 66 stations, PRS counters at 65 stations, 147 Automatic Ticket Vending Machines, 103 Station Ticket Booking Agents, and 119 Jansadharan Ticket Booking Sevaks. A ‘UTS o­nMobile’ app is now also available overthe entire geographical territory ofNCR. For swifter mobility and convenience of passengers o­n stations,34 Escalators and 6 lifts have been provided at various stations of the zone so far, and14 more escalators and 24 more lifts are being set up at many more stations in NCR. In terms of hygiene facilities in NCR stations, we provided 149 Water Vending Machines and plan to install 61 more for easy accessto potable water at a very reasonable cost in FY 2018-19. For our female travelers we set up sanitary napkin vending machines at five important stations inNCR. Wi-Fi facility is nowavailable at 18 stations for the benefit of our tech-savvy passengers. To provide better updates and information to passengers, public address system at 5 stations and coach guidance system at Khajuraho, Panki, Agra Fort and Manikpur stations were also installed in the current financial year. We have enhanced the passenger facilities at Khajurahoand Dabra stations to develop them as Adarsh Stations. We have alsoextended platform sheds o­n Banda and Atarrastations.Additional facilities for Divyangjanhave been provided at 19 stations this year, and more are o­n their way.

In order to raise cleanliness standards, we have been holding regular drives and campaignsall over the zone which are earning dividends. ‘On Board Housekeeping Services’hasstarted o­n 22 trains and will be further extended to two more trains. 4,366 Bio toilets have been providedin76 trains comprising 1,170 coaches to improve the cleanliness o­n the railway tracks. To monitorcleanliness, CCTV cameras are installed at important stations. New toilets have been constructed for Divyangjan at 23 stations and available toilets improved at 119 stations.

To fulfill our commitmentforagreener environment, we have taken several important measures during the year.Solar Power Plants of 10 MWpcapacity have been installed over NCR, which are generating 1.08 million units per month of greenelectricity. Agra division has achieved‘Green Building’ Certificationfromthe firm IGBC. Agra Cantt and Allahabad Running Rooms are now equipped with biogas plants.Rooftop rain water harvesting works have been completed at 3 places over the zone. By their impressive enginemanship,our Loco Pilots have also done a commendable job by saving revenue to the tune of Rs 46 Crore by regenerating 788 Lakh Units through regenerative braking in 3 phase locomotives.

To enhance safety at stations along with facilitating passengers, new foot over bridges have been constructed o­n Allahabad, Karchhana, Subedarganj, Mainpuri, Jhansi, Kiraoli, RupwasandVrindavanRoad stations.Level crossing incidents have been a cause of concern for Railways for past many years and to counter this menace, 82 unmanned and 42 manned were closed during FY 2018-19.63. Road Under Bridges have been constructed and 75 more are in advanced stages of construction. 10 Road Over Bridges were also been constructed this year. Sliding Booms have been provided at 10additional level crossings and two more gates have been interlocked thus enhancing safety. We have rehabilitated 14 bridges this year and 20 more bridges are also under rehabilitation.

We havealso carriedout rigorous publicity and awareness campaigns for sensitizing the public about safety issues and encouragingpublic alertness through various media, including social media platforms and innovative means like our Mobile Video Van.

Our social media platforms have seen exponential growth.Viewership of our Twitter handle (@Cproncr) disseminating theimportant information about the zone has gone up by more than 700% during the year from 92000 views in April to 8.12 Lakh views in December 2018.

Our efforts for enhancing safety in train operationshave also beenbearing positive results.There is a reduction in number of accidents by more than 50% in the current financial year. Overall, we successfully carried out 19 safety drives for enhancing alertness in staff and awareness among common public. We are consistentlymaking efforts to ensure safety in train operations through regular maintenance inputs in track as, 195.31 CTR Unit Track Renewal has been doneby December 2018, which is 32% higher than same period last year. To enhance asset reliability, data loggers have been provided at 20 stations during 2018-19.To improve further o­n reliability front, dual detection system has been commissioned in 22 Block sections during 2018-19. With this, in 145 block sections dual detection has been commissioned. Block panels with UFSBI have been commissioned between 21 Block sections during 2018-19.With this, Block panel with UFSBI has been commissioned in 59 sections.We have also eliminated all UMLCs o­n the system of NCR, except o­ne in Chunar-Chopan Section, which will also be eliminated by then end of this month.

We suffer from severe capacity-constrains o­n our trunk routes butare consistently making efforts to enhance our capacity. During the current Financial Year, Rundhi-Palwalfourthline and Jhansi-Parichha doubling works have been completed and Pankidham-Bhaupurthirdline has been opened for passenger traffic. Almost 221 kilometers of the route have been electrified this year along with commissioning of electronic interlocking at 8 stations and Panel interlocking at Harduaganj.We have also installed automatic signaling between ChandariandChakeri o­n the Ghaziabad-DeenDayalUpadhayayaroute. We have significantlycontributed towards commissioning of 1stphase of Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor i.e. Khurja-Bhadan section by ensuring timely completion of removal of crossings, junction arrangements and yard remodeling at various stations.

The contribution of our workshops and sheds in ensuring smoother functioning is laudable. A new Coach POH & Refurbishment workshop at Jhansi is planned to come up o­n 164 acre landat a cost of Rs 454 Crore, which will POH and refurbish 250 coaches per annum. Construction of MEMU car shed sanctioned at cost of Rs 49.62 Crore at Kanpur is also in the Request-for-Tender stage.

Security of our passengers is a matter of key concern for all of us and we are taking stringent steps to ensure it. NCR’ssecurity personnel have caught 97 touts during the year and recovered almost 6,000 tickets worth Rs 1.12 Crore. More than 1,100 children, separated from the families and rescued from stations, have beeneither reunited with their families or handed over to representatives of Childline.Unauthorised vending has been strictly countered by taking action against 9,058 unauthorized vendors with a realization of a fine of Rs. 89.56 Lakh from them. We have also constituted Disaster Management Team at 7 places-each consisting of 30 RPF personnel - as part of our crisis management preparedness.

Implementation of Rajbhasha policy has always been close to our hearts and efforts of our Rajbhashacellhas earned laurels. Our officers and staff won the RailmantriRajbhashaRajatPadakand Culture Ministry’s award for original book writing incurrent year 2018-19. Our sportspersons have always made us proud in various sporting arenas. I want to specially congratulate our athletesandpugilists for winning second place in inter-railway cross country championship and for getting second place in inter-railway boxing competition respectively. Our powerlifting team has also made us proud by achieving third place in the inter-railway championship.

Welfare of our staff is always a priority for us or whichwe always strive to improve the facilities provided to them.Nine running rooms have already been air-conditioned to ensure that our loco-pilots getquality-rest,and all the remaining running rooms will have air-conditioners by March, 2019. To provide health services to staff o­n road side stations,road mobile van service has been started in Jhansi division. We alsohave referral-contracts with 48 private hospitals to provide better services to beneficiaries of the zone. Our Nirakaran cell has also been functioning effectively and more than 1900 cases of employee grievances have been disposed during o­ngoing Financial Year. Our commitment towards taking care of our retired staff is demonstrated by the fact that 48,683 case of pension revision have been finalized and 274 cases have been disposed during the All India Pension Adalat held over NCR. I wish to congratulate our recognized Unions, Federations and Associations for playing a very proactive and constructive role in providing support in our operations and in maintaining peaceful and cordial industrial relations over the Railway.

I also congratulate NCRWWO for their commendable efforts in helping Railway families in needthrough various schemesand for helping the Railway wards and other poor children by providing them financial support. Their efforts to help bring out the inherent talents of these children by way of various competitions are also worthy of praise. Our Scouts & Guides are also making valuable contributions to the society. St. John Ambulance Brigade/NCR provides first aid and medical help to passengers in case of emergency during various fairs and melas organized over the zone.

Kumbh, the single largest congregation of pilgrimsin the world,where visitors are coming from all over the world,being held at Prayagraj this year is an o­ngoing challenge o­n our hands. We are determined to make this event a success by transporting pilgrims timely and safely to their destinations. We have made elaborate arrangements like provision of around 800 outward special trains;commissioning capacity enhancement and passenger amenity works at thecost of Rs 700 Crore in a very short span;extension and improvement of all the stations of Prayagraj; enhanced lighting arrangements; deployment of additional staff and strengthening security arrangements by increasing CCTV surveillance and round the clock monitoring of passenger rush and other facilities to be provided to our esteemed passengers. As I speak today, I feel proud and satisfied of the efforts put in by o­ne and all andwish to congratulate each and every staff member, volunteer and officer involved in the Kumbh Effort for their tireless work and selfless service.

There is much to be proud of as Railwaymen. We have achieved a lot during the last year. We should use our accomplishments to add new vigour and zeal in our service to this country.Today let us all rededicate ourselves o­nce again and collectively forge ahead in the service of our great nation with determinationto meet all the challengesthat lie ahead of us.”

General Manager also felicitated the 17 officers and staff for their outstanding contribution o­n the occasion. The award ceremony was followed by the show of RPF Dog squad.After that cultural performances depicting vibrantcolours of culture and nationalism, enthralled the audience.All the PHODs, DRM/Allahabad, members of NCRWWO and members of union.


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