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17 Trains from (KHDP)Khudlapur to (CNB)KANPUR CENTRAL


Address: National Highway 91 Uttar Pradesh

Station Code: KHDP

Station Name: Khudlapur

Zone: NER/North Eastern

Train Frequency Weekly: 49

Station Traffic: Low

Address: Kanpur Central, Jaipuria Road, Mirpur, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh 208004, India

Station Code: CNB

Station Name: KANPUR CENTRAL

Zone: NCR/North Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 1318

Station Traffic: High





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22532MTJ CPR SF EXPKJN04:16CNB05:551:39M,W,F3A,SL,GN,22532 Status
14152ANVT CNB EXPGHJ04:24CNB07:303:06SU2A,3A,SL,GN,14152 Status
22444BDTS KANPUR EXPKJN05:58CNB08:352:37F2A,3A,SL,GN,22444 Status
19669PPTA HUMSAFARKJN05:58CNB08:252:27W3A19669 Status
55328FBD CPA PASSKHDP06:34KAP08:331:59M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED55328 Status
19715JP LJN EXPKJN06:43CNB08:502:07TU,F,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,19715 Status
14724KALINDI EXPRESSGHJ08:27CNB11:353:08M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN,14724 Status
19409GORAKHPUR EXPKJN09:46CNB12:002:14TH,F2A,3A,SL,GN,19409 Status
19401ADI LUCKNOW EXPKJN10:42CNB12:351:53M2A,3A,SL,GN,19401 Status
13168AGC KOAA EXPKJN10:45CNB12:351:50SA2A,3A,SL,GN,13168 Status
54156FBD CNB PASSKHDP11:14CNB14:203:06M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED54156 Status
05306CPA FBD EXPGHJ11:55KAP13:562:01M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED05306 Status
18192UTSARG EXPKJN14:38CNB16:371:59M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,18192 Status
19021BDTS LJN EXPRESSKJN14:49CNB17:052:16SA2A,3A,SL,GN,19021 Status
15038KSJ CNB EXPGHJ15:16KAP16:581:42M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED15038 Status
55326KSJ LJN PASSKHDP18:47CNB22:203:33M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED55326 Status
54158FBD CPA PASSKHDP21:45KAP23:502:05M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED54158 Status
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RECENT NEWS

1
Press Release No. 24625-11-2022
Hubballi
Press Release No. 246, CANCELLATION / DIVERSION / SHORT TERMINATION / SHORT ORIGINATION / REGULATION / RESCHEDULING OF TRAINS

दक्षिण पश्चिम रेलवे / SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY  
प्रेस विज्ञप्ति / Press Release No. 246 Dt: 25.11.2022

I.CANCELLATION / DIVERSION / SHORT TERMINATION / SHORT ORIGINATION / REGULATION /RESCHEDULING OF TRAINS

The following trains will be cancelled, diverted, short terminated/short originated, regulated and rescheduled as notified by Southern Railway for maintenance work in Salem yard as details mentioned below: -

A.Cancellation:

1.16529/16530 Sir M. Visvesvaraya Terminal Bengaluru – Karaikal - Sir M. Visvesvaraya Terminal Bengaluru Daily express will be cancelled o­n 01.12.2022 to 03.12.2022.

2.Train No. 12677/12678 KSR Bengaluru – Ernakulam - KSR Bengaluru Daily Superfast Express will be cancelled o­n 03.12.2022.

3.Train No. 22665/22666 KSR Bengaluru – Coimbatore - KSR Bengaluru Uday Superfast Express will be cancelled o­n 03.12.2022.

B.Diversion:

1.Train No. 17235 Sir M. Visvesvaraya Terminal Bengaluru – Nagarcoil Daily Express commencing journey from Sir M. Visvesvaraya Terminal Bengaluru o­n 01.12.2022 & 02.12.2022 will be diverted to run via Salem, Erode & Karur stations, skipping stoppages at Rasipuram and Namakkal stations.

2.Train No. 11022 Tirunelveli – Dadar Tri-weekly Express commencing journey from Tirunelveli o­n 01.12.2022 & 02.12.2022 will be diverted to run via Karur, Erode & Salem stations, skipping stoppage at Namakkal station.

3.Train No. 17236 Nagarcoil – Sir M. Visvesvaraya Terminal Bengaluru Tri-weekly Express commencing journey from Nagarcoil from 30.11.2022 to 02.12.2022 will be diverted to run via Karur, Erode & Salem stations, skipping stoppage at Namakkal station.

4.Train No. 11021 Dadar – Tirunelveli Tri-weekly Express commencing journey from Dadar o­n 29.11.2022 & 30.11.2022 will be diverted to run via Salem, Erode & Karur stations, skipping stoppage at Namakkal station.

5.Train No. 22498 Tiruchchirappalli – Shri Ganganagar weekly Superfast Express commencing journey from Tiruchchirappalli o­n 02.12.2022 will be diverted to run via Karur, Erode & Salem stations, skipping stoppage at Namakkal station.

6.Train No. 16573 Yesvantpur – Puducherry Weekly Express commencing journey from Yesvantpur o­n 02.12.2022 will be diverted to run via Salem, Erode, Karur, Tiruchchirappalli & Vriddhachalam stations, skipping stoppages at Attur and Chinna Salem station.

C.Short Termination/Short Origination:

1.Train No. 16211 Yesvantpur – Salem Daily Express commencing journey from Yesvantpur o­n 01.12.2022 & 02.12.2022 will be short terminated at Omalur instead of Salem.

2.Train No. Salem – Yesvantpur Daily Express commencing journey from Salem from 01.12.2022 to 03.12.2022 will be short originated from Omalur instead of Salem.

3.Train No. 11013 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus - Coimbatore Daily Express commencing journey from Lokmanya Tilak Terminus o­n 01.12.2022 will be short terminated at KSR Bengaluru instead of Coimbatore.

4.Train No. 11014 Coimbatore - Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Daily Express commencing journey from Coimbatore o­n 03.12.2022 will be short originated from KSR Bengaluru instead of Coimbatore.

D.Regulation:

1.Train No. 19568 Okha – Tuticorin Weekly Express commencing journey from Okha o­n 02.12.2022 will be regulated for 90 minutes over Southern Railway jurisdiction.

E.Rescheduling:

1.Train No. 16332 Thiruvananthapuram Central - Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus commencing journey from Thiruvananthapuram Central o­n 03.12.2022 will be rescheduled by 120 minutes.

II.RESCHEDULING OF TRAIN

The following train will be rescheduled as notified by Southern Railway for engineering work at Gudiyattam yard as details mentioned below: -

1.Train No. 12609 MGR Chennai Central – Mysuru Daily Superfast Express commencing journey from MGR Chennai Central o­n 28.11.2022 will be rescheduled by 30 minutes.

III.DIVERSION OF TRAINS

The following trains will be diverted as notified by North Central Railway for doubling work between Usargaon – Kalpi – Chaunrah over Virangana Lakshmibai – Kanpur Central section as detailed below: -

1.Train No. 12591 Gorakhpur – Yesvantpur Weekly Superfast Express commencing journey from Gorakhpur o­n 26.11.2022 will be diverted to run via Kanpur Central, Agra Cantt & Virangana Lakshmibai stations, skipping stoppages at Orai and Pokhrayan staions.

2.Train No. 22533 Gorakhpur – Yesvantpur Weekly Superfast Express commencing journey from Gorakhpur o­n 28.11.2022 will be diverted to run via Kanpur Central, Agra Cantt & Virangana Lakshmibai stations, skipping stoppages at Orai and Pokhrayan staions

IV.DIVERSION OF TRAINS

The following trains will be diverted as notified by Central Railway for Non-Interlocking work in connection with Jalgoan yard remodelling for provision of 4th line between Jalgaon - Bhusaval as detailed below: -

1.Train No. 16501 Ahmedabad – Yesvantpur Weekly Superfast Express commencing journey from Ahmedabad o­n 29.11.2022 will be diverted to run via Bhusaval, Kalyan, Pune & Daund, skipping stoppages at Nandurbar, Amalner, Jalgaon, Manmad, Kopargaon, Belapur and Ahmadnagar. Stations.

2.Train No. 16502 Yesvantpur – Ahmedabad Weekly Superfast Express commencing journey from Yesvantpur o­n 27.11.2022 & 29.11.2022 will be diverted to run via Daund, Pune, Kalyan & Bhusaval, skipping stoppages at Ahmadnagar, Belapur, Kopargaon, Manmad, Jalgaon, Amalner and Nandurbar stations.


                                                                         Aneesh Hegde      
                                                                                   Chief Public Relations Officer                                                                                      South Western Railway, Hubballi






2
20-10-2022
Solar Mission NCR -2022-23

Solar Mission NCR -2022-23

(First Half performance)

NCR generates 69.9 lacs units of energy using solar power in first six months of the financial year 2022-23.

Net revenue saving of 2.8 crores achieved in 6 months through the use of solar energy.

This has led to a reduction of 5732 metric tonnes of carbon emissions.

In line with National initiative o­n Solar Mission, North Central Railway (NCR) has attached top priority to solar energy generation. Due to excellent upkeep, very close monitoring of operations of solar power plant & numerous innovative steps taken under Solar Mission-2021-22, the productivity of solar plants in North Central Railway in the year 2021-22 had been the highest among all the Zonal Railways. In last financial year, NCR generated 124 lacs units of electricity using solar power and a net revenue saving of Rs. 5.01 crores.

Continuing the momentum this financial year too, 69.9 lacs units of electricity has been generated by NCR in the first half of economy. Not o­nly it’s a big leap towards a larger goal of environment protection as solar energy is a greener source of energy, it has led to substantial savings in revenue too. Net revenue saving of Rs 2.8 crore has thereby recorded through the usage of solar power.

NCR has a total installed capacity of 11.03 MWp. While 120 kWp has been installed by the Railway, remaining 10882.34 kWp capacities has been installed by two major Solar Power Developers (SPD) Azure and ReNew o­n a PPP mode.

Among the major places where roof top solar plants have been installed are station buildings, workshops, training schools, GM office and DRM office buildings.

5732 metric tons of reduction in carbon emissions has been achieved by NCR using solar power in these six months.

Productivity of solar plants is measured in terms of Capacity Utilization Factor (CUF). NCR solar panels have recorded a CUF of 14.4 % during April-Sept 2022.

 

In order to promote solar energy, utmost importance is being given to maintenance of solar plants. Some of the steps taken are:

Monitoring of Solar Energy generation is being done for each plant, inverter wise.

Daily monitoring, instead of monthly, of Energy & CUF% of plants is being done.

Defective/Decommissioned plants due to roof repairs, inverters, cables, etc have been put right.

Focused attentionfor quality cleaning of solar panels

Tree trimming in shadow affected zones.

25 points Solar Mission ready reckoner in pictorial form issued for education & sensitization of maintenance staff.

Technical & practical useful educational videos o­n 25 topics in HINDI have been issued to field supervisors for enhancing their knowledge.

Solar Diary introduced to SSEs for systematic documentation & focussed monitoring of energy & other important data in a structured manner.

GM NCR Shri Pramod Kumar has congratulated the team of officers and staff for sustaining the momentum in this field and has called for adopting a focussed approach for augmenting the share of solar energy in its total non-traction electrical energy consumption.

1.5 MWp of Roof Top Solar plants will be installed by NCR in the current financial year. Prayagraj Division will be installing 0.75 MWp of solar plants while Jhansi and Agra divisions will add 0.5 and 0.25 MWp to the existing capacity respectively. These roof top solar plants are expected to be commissioned at various locations like railway stations, office/service buildings by December 2022.

Area wise performance of Railway solar plants between April-Sept. 2022

Prayagraj area:

1.Total Installed capacity- 1771 kWp

2.Locations: Prayagraj station, Naini station, Prayagraj Chheoki station, Mela shed, GM office, DRM office and Central Hospital

3.Solar energy generated : 1206432 kWh

4.Revenue saved: Rs 42,17,998.00

5.Reduction in carbon footprints: 1025 tonnes

 

Kanpur area:

1.Total Installed capacity- 951 kWp

2.Locations: Kanpur Central, Electric loco shed, Electric training centre, Running rooms, CETA school and hostel, new coaching complex and officers rest house

3.Solar energy generated : 575200 kWh

4.Revenue saved: Rs 15,38,179.00

5.Reduction in carbon footprints: 489 tonnes

Aligarh area:

1.Total Installed capacity- 182 kWp

2.Locations: Aligarh junction

3.Solar energy generated : 126377 kWh

4.Revenue saved: Rs 3,91,769.00

5.Reduction in carbon footprints: 107.4 tonnes

Tundla:

1.Total Installed capacity- 350 kWp

2.Location: Tundla Junction

3.Solar energy generated : 212178 kWh

4.Revenue saved: Rs 6,57,751.00

5.Reduction in carbon footprints: 180 tonnes

Jhansi area:

1.Total Installed capacity-331.1 kWpLocations: DRM office, Railway Hospital and Electric Loco shed

2.Solar energy generated : 220484 kWh

3.Revenue saved: Rs 7,27,597.00

4.Reduction in carbon footprints: 187.4 tonnes

Agra area:

1.Total Installed capacity- 1026.33 kWp

2.Locations: Agra Cantt, Agra Fort station , Railway Hospital, running room, Idgah station, DRM office and sick line

3.Solar energy generated : 651571 kWh

4.Revenue saved: Rs 26,06,284.00

5.Reduction in carbon footprints: 554 tonnes

Mathura area:

1.Total Installed capacity- 383 kWp

2.Locations: Mathura Jn and second entry gate

3.Solar energy generated : 243231Kwh

4.Revenue saved: Rs 9,72,924.00

5.Reduction in carbon footprints: 207 tonnes

Gwalior area:

1-Total installed capacity- 675.2 kwp

2-Locations: Gwalior station (640 KWP) and Birlanagar station (35.2 kwp)

3-Solar energy generated: 319655 kWp

4-Revenue saved : Rs9,27,000.00

5-Reduction in carbon emissions:272 tonnes

 






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