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PANKI

STATION INFO

Address: Panki Railway Station, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh 208020, India

Station Code: PNK)PANK

Station Name: PNK)PANKI

Zone: NCR/North Central

Total Unique Trains: 2

Train Frequency Weekly: 13

Station Traffic: Low

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13008U A TOOFAN EXP18:0318:052M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,GN
14163SANGAM EXPRESS21:4321:441M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN
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RECENT NEWS

1
10-10-2022
General Manager NCR holds safety, punctuality and performance review meeting

As the first half of financial year ends, NCR registers 12.24% growth in originating freight loading

In the month of September 2022, NCR registered freight loading of 1.63 million tonnes which is an improvement of 2.52% over same period last year.

NCR earned Rs. 1011.25 Croresof revenue through originating freight loading in the first half of 2022-23

As compared to the previous year, +13.40%growth in originating freight revenue registered

Parcel traffic shows an increase of 42.88%

“Need to sustain the momentum throughout the financial year”: GM NCR

Today General Manager NCR conducted the weekly safety and punctuality meeting today at NCR Headquarter. The meeting was attended by all the PHODs at the NCR headquarter office while DRMs/ADRMs along with senior divisional officers joined through video conference.

During the meeting it was informed that, as the first half of economy ends, North Central Railway (NCR) registered 12.24% growth in originating freight loading. NCR loaded 9.90 million tonnes of cargo during April-September 2022 surpassing previous year loading. Freight loading of 8.82 million tonnes was achieved in the corresponding period of previous year.

1.63 MT of loading was achieved in the month of September 2022 which is an improvement of 2.52% over same period last year . Originating freight revenue during these six months comes to be Rs 1011.25 crores, which is 13.40 % more than the originating freight earning of 891.72 crores in the first six months of previous financial year.

NCR, which spans through the states of UP, MP, Rajasthan and Haryana, is an important constituent of Indian Railways and contributes in loading of containers from Dadri, Kanpur, Agra and Malanpur; fertilizers from Panki near Kanpur; cement from Parichha (near Jhansi) and Chunar; Petroleum Oil Lubricants from BAD refinery Mathura, HPTR near Kanpur and BPCL Panki; foodgrain loading from various places like Etah, Kanpur, Sonbhadra, Mirzapur, Prayagraj, Fatehpur, Shankargarh and Lalitpur of Uttar Pradesh and Tikamgarh, Datia, Dabra and Newari of Madhya Pradesh among other locations.

All the commodities have shown a surge in the loading except cement & fertilizers which registers a slight dip as compared to the previous year.

In addition to it, parcel traffic also registers a significant surge as compared to the previous year. Rs 15.66 crores of total parcel earnings have been achieved by NCR during the first half of the year against earnings of Rs. 10.96 crore for same period last year, which is a growth of 42.88%.

While analysing the loading figures of the zone, General Manager Shri Pramod Kumar congratulated the officers for the overall loading performance but expressed concerns over the dip in cement & fertilizer loading. He instructed the officers to put all efforts to pull these two commodities and sustain the momentum throughout the remaining year so that the target set by the Railway Board could be surpassed. GM instructed the DRMs of the three divisions and concerned officers of headquarter to conduct regular freight customer meets and facilitate merchants to use Railway as a preferred mode of transport. “Achievements are laudable, but we have to work harder to sustain the momentum and surpass the targets set by the Railway Board”, said the GM.   





2
15-09-2022
Capacity Building Workshop for Station Managers of the Prayagraj division organised at DRM office

Capacity Building Workshop for Station Managers of the Prayagraj division organised at DRM office

SS/Prayagaraj, SS/Subedarganj, SS/Naini and SS/PrayagarajChheoki also participated in workshop

In o­ne of the unique initiatives of its kind Prayagraj Division of NCR organised a capacity building workshop for Station Managers of the divisiontoday.

 

The workshop, conducted at the conference hall of the DRM office was aimed to groom the leadership and coordinating skills of the station managers. It was designed as a full day orientation programme consisting of 4 sessions o­n different themes. The four themes chosen were,Station Superintendent as in charge of the station, Station Superintendent as trainer of the staff, Station Superintendent as raider during surprise inspection, Station Superintendent as a leader during abnormalities and unusual occurrences

 

The sessions were taken by the senior and experienced officers of NCR. Station Superintendents of Mirzapur, Vindhyachal, PrayagrajChheoki, Naini, Subedarganj, Fatehpur, Kanpur, Kanpur Anwarganj, Pankidham, Etawah, Shikohabad, Mainpuri, Firozabad, Tundla, Aligarh Jn, Hathras, Harduaganj, Khurja, Dadri, Manikpur, Bevaraparticipated in the workshops. All the sessions were highly interactive and participative and focus was to update the knowledge base as well as developing the soft skills of the Station Superintendent.

 

DRM PrayagrajShriMohit Chandra said that with the changing times, the role of Station Superintendent has become more important and they owe a big responsibility of being the face of railways at the cutting edge as well as they are among the first o­nes to respond to any unusual occurrence in train operations.

 








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