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Address: Palwal Railway Station, Palwal, Haryana 121102, India

Station Code: PWL

Station Name: PALWAL

Zone: NR/Northern

Train Frequency Weekly: 396

Station Traffic: High

Address: Hyderabad, Public Garden Road, Nampally, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh 500004, India

Station Code: HYB


Zone: SCR/South Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 241

Station Traffic: High

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Shri Ashutosh joins as DRM, Jhansi

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पत्रांक:11पीआर/08/2021              प्रेसविज्ञप्ति                दिनांक: 10.08.2021

Shri Ashutosh joins as DRM, Jhansi

On 10.08.2021, Shri Ashutosh, an officer of the Indian Railway Engineering Service has, assumed the charge of DRM, Jhansi (NCR). Shri Ashutosh has worked as Chief Engineer (Construction) and Principle Chief Engineer, Railway Electrification in Prayagraj.


Shri Ashutosh is an alumni of IIT/Kanpur from where he did his BTech in 1989. Shri Ashutosh has worked as Senior Divisional Engineer/Coordination in Agra Division and as ADRM in Ahmedabad Division of Western Railway. Mr. Ashutosh is well acquainted with Jhansi Division. He has worked here as Deputy Chief Engineer/Bridge from 2009 to 2011. During this period he undertook various projects like construction of Foot Over Bridges (FOBs) at stations like Madraha, Bhind, Chitrakoot etc. Apart from this, Pedestrian Pathway o­n the bridges of Sindh and Chambal situated o­n Jhansi-Agra section and inspection pathway o­n two bridges of Yamuna o­n Jhansi-Kanpur, Khairar Bhimsen sections were also constructed during his tenure.

Shri Ashutosh, while working as Chief Engineer (Construction), executed the works of Jhansi-Bina third line, Gwalior Sheopur Kalan gauge conversion (gauge conversion) and Jhansi Manikpur line doubling. Apart from this, yard remodelling and Goods Shed in Rayaru, Road Over Bridges (ROB) at Gwalior, Datia, Sipri etc., renovation of Chirula station and construction of many Road Over Bridges (RUBs) has also been credited to his name.

During the tenure of Mr. Ashutosh's Senior Divisional Engineer/Coordination Agra, Palwal-Bhuteshwar third line, stretchy bridge regirdring in Agra, Agra Cantt yard remodeling, Tundla flyover and road bridges were constructed at many places. New records were set up in rail renewal by PQRS method o­n Agra-Mathura section. He got appreciation by Member Engineering, Railway Board for significant improvement in track maintenance and significant increase in Track Geometry Index (TGI).

During the tenure of Shri Ashutosh as ADRM in Ahmadabad Division of Western Railway, new line, doubling, gauge conversions by various executive agencies like Western DFC, RVNL, Western Railway/Construction, Metro Rail (MEGA), Rail Electrification, RITES, IRSDC gauge conversion, rail electrification, metro rail and Gandhinagar station redevelopment works were executed. Shri Ashutosh established better coordination with all the above executive agencies so that unprecedented progress could be made in the works of rail infrastructure.

Shri Ashutosh, during his tenure as Chief Engineer/Construction, got the infrastructure works done in Prayagraj Mahakumbh 2019 like 4 huge passenger sheds in the station premises, Skywalk to connect FOB, Multi-storey building and many road overhead bridges in a time bound manner so that Mahakumbh was organized successfully. Shri Ashutosh also has experience in concrete sleeper production and overhauling of track machines. Shri Ashutosh has been awarded by the Railway Minister Rajbhasha Puraskar in 2017.

Byjoining of Shri Ashutosh as DRM Jhansi, it ios expected that infrastructure works will be expedited.

GM/NCR Shri Pramod Kumar congratulated Shri Ashutosh for the prestigious assignment and extended his best wishes for him.



Cabinet approves Allotment of 5 MHz spectrum in 700 MHz band to Indian Railways Enhances safety and security of train operations

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पत्रांक: 11पीआर/06/2021                       प्रेस विज्ञप्ति                          दिनांक:10.06.202

Cabinet approves Allotment of 5 MHz spectrum in 700 MHz band to Indian Railways
Enhances safety and security of train operations
Brings strategic shift in Railways operations & safety
Ensures seamless communication with loco pilots and guards,
thereby improving safety
Provides secure voice, video and data communication services for operational, safety and security applications
Estimated investment of the total project is more than Rs. 25,000 Crore
Project will be completed in next 5 years

Railways has approved Train Collision Avoidance System, an indigenously developed system, which will help in avoiding train collisions thereby ensuring passenger safety Giving a boost to ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ mission, the Union Cabinet, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the proposal for allotment allotment of 5 MHz Spectrum in 700 MHz frequency band to Indian Railways for public safety and security services at stations and in trains.          

With this spectrum, Indian Railways has envisaged to provide LTE (Long Term Evolution) based Mobile Train Radio Communication o­n its route. The estimated investment in the project is more than Rs. 25,000 Crore. The project will be completed in the next 5 years.

In addition to this, Indian Railways has approved TCAS (Train Collision Avoidance System), an indigenously developed ATP (Automatic Train Protection) System, which will help in avoiding train collisions thereby reducing accidents and ensuring passenger safety.

It brings a strategic shift in Railways’ operations and maintenance regime.  It will help in improving the safety and increasing the line capacity to accommodate more trains using the existing infrastructure. The modern rail network will result in reduced transportation cost and higher efficiency. Also, it will attract multinational industries to set up manufacturing units to fulfill the ‘Make in India’ mission and generate employment.

The purpose of the LTE for Indian Railways is to provide secure and reliable voice, video and data communication services for operational, safety and security applications. It will be used for modern signalling and train protection systems and ensure seamless communication between loco pilots and guards. It will also enable Internet of Things (IoT) based remote asset monitoring especially of coaches, wagons & locos, and live video feed of CCTV cameras in the train coaches to ensure efficient, safer and faster train operations.

Projects for provision of TCAS (Train Collision Avoidance System) and LTE (Long Term Evolution) in North Central Railway are envisaged in both HDN (Highly Density Networks) routes: Palwal-Bina & Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyay jn.-Ghaziabad and in HUN (Highly UtilizedNetworks) routes: Kanpur-Jhansi, Naini-Manikpur & Chunar-Chopan. PCSTE/NCR Shri Arun Kumarinformedthat with the allotment of spectrum this work will gain momentum.


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