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8 Trains from (SEGM)SEVAGRAM to (sc)secunderabad jn


Address: Warud, Wardha, Maharashtra 442003, India

Station Code: SEGM

Station Name: SEVAGRAM

Zone: CR/Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 217

Station Traffic: High

Address: Secunderabad, Regimental Bazaar, Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India

Station Code: SC

Station Name: SECUNDERABAD JN

Zone: SCR/South Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 700

Station Traffic: High





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TrainTrain NameFromDepToArrTimeDaysClassesStatus
12589GKP SC EXPRESSSEGM05:00SC15:1010:10W2A,3A,SL,GN,12589 Status
12591GKP YPR EXPRESSSEGM05:00SC15:1010:10SA2A,3A,SL,GN,12591 Status
12792SECUNDERABAD EXSEGM12:56SC21:308:34M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,12792 Status
12976JP MYSORE EXPSEGM15:04KCG23:408:36M,W1A,2A,3A,SL,GN,12976 Status
22684LKO YPR SUPSEGM16:21MJF01:148:53TH2A,3A,SL,GN,22684 Status
12722DAKSHIN EXPRESSSEGM18:53SC04:059:12M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,12722 Status
17038HSR SC EXPRESSWR23:03SC08:509:47F,SU2A,3A,SL,2S,GN,17038 Status
12772NGP SC SUP EXPSEGM23:08SC08:259:17TU,TH,SA2A,3A,SL,GN,12772 Status
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RECENT NEWS

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SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY
PRESS RELEASE
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE, SECUNDERABAD - 500 071
430/2021-2222-09-2021
Secunderabad
SCR Commissions Oxygen Generation Plant at Divisional Railway Hospital, Guntakal


-570 LPM Oxygen plant setup to meet oxygen emergencies

-Provided 1KL LMO oxygen tank and multiple number of D type oxygen cylinders

         Shri Gajanan Mallya, General Manager, SCR inaugurated Oxygen Generation plant with a capacity of 570 LPM (Liters per Minute) at Divisional Railway Hospital, Guntakal in the presence of; Dr. Prasanna Kumar, Principal Chief Medical Director, SCR, Shri K. Venkataramana Reddy, Divisional Railway Manager, Guntakal and Dr. M.D.Naik, CMS, Divisional Railway Hospital, Guntakal.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic there was requirement and demand for the oxygen, which is vital element for treating the Covid patient. Considering its importance South Central Railway started establishing oxygen generation plants, in addition to the existing oxygen storage tanks, in the Railway Hospitals in order to meet the emergencies and daily requirement. As a part of it, so far oxygen generation plants have been set up at Central Hospital, Lallaguda and Divisional Railway Hospital, Vijayawada. This is the third such plant established o­n the Zone. Along with this, o­ne (1) KL LMO oxygen tank and manifold D type Oxygen cylinders have also been provided at Divisional Railway Hospital, Guntakal. The oxygen supplied from these three sources have been made available for all the existing 124 beds at the Divisional Hospital to meet the oxygen emergencies of the patient’s undergoing treatment. This is in addition to the Oxygen Concentrators available for individual patients. The work has been executed in a systematic manner and the entire set up established at this hospital will cater the requirements of the patients.

 In addition to the above, work is in progress for establishing oxygen generation plants at Divisional Railway Hospital in H.S. Nanded, Sub Divisional Hospital at Tirupati and Sub Divisional Hospital at Kazipet.

             Shri Gajanan Mallya, General Manager complemented all the Officials and staff of Guntakal Division for taking initiative in setting up of oxygen plant, which is very much useful in saving lives during emergencies. He congratulated the Team Guntakal for the successful installation and commissioning of these equipment at Divisional Hospital. o­n this occasion, he also instructed the officials and staff to expedite the works at Nanded, Tirupati and Kazipet for establishing the oxygen generators.



(Ch.Rakesh)
Chief Public Relations Officer




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22-09-2021
SHORT TERMINATION AND SHORT ORIGINATION OF SER TRAINS ON 22.09.2021

दक्षिणपूर्वरेलवे

SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY

प्रेसविज्ञप्ति

PRESS RELEASE

 

Bulletin-4

SHORT TERMINATION AND SHORT ORIGINATION OF SER TRAINS o­n 22.09.2021

Kolkata, 21st September, 2021:

 

Due to water logging at Tikiapara, the following trains of South Eastern Railway will be short terminated at Santragachi and will be short originated from Santragachi/Shalimar o­n 22.09.2021 :-

SHORT TERMINATION OF DOWN TRAINS AT SANTRAGACHI o­n 22.09.2021

 

·02101 LTT-Howrah Special

·02279 Pune-Howrah Special

·08012/08014 Chakradharpur- Adra-Howrah Special

·02803 Ranchi-Howrah Special

·02809 Mumbai CSMT-HowrahSpecial

·02838 Puri-Howrah Special

·08410 Puri-Howrah Special

SHORT ORIGINATION OF UP TRAINS FROM SANTRAGACHI o­n 22.09.2021

·02096 Howrah-Mumbai CSMT Special scheduled to leave Howrah at 05.45 hrs o­n 22.09.2021 will short originate from Santragachi at 06.45 hrs instead of Howrah

·02021 Howrah-Barbil Special scheduled to leave Howrah at 06.20 hrs o­n 22.09.2021 will short originate from Santragachi at 07.20 hrs instead of Howrah

·02087 Howrah-Puri Special scheduled to leave Howrah at 09.20 hrs o­n 22.09.2021 will short originate from Santragachi at 10.20 hrs  instead of Howrah

 

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·SHORT ORIGINATION OF UP TRAINS FROM SHALIMAR o­n 22.09.2021

 

·02517 Howrah-Titlagarh Special scheduled to leave Howrah at 06.35 hrs o­n 22.09.2021 will short originate from Shalimar at 07.35 hrs instead of Howrah

·02257 Howrah-Digha Special scheduled to leave Howrah at 06.50 hrs o­n 22.09.2021 will short originate from Shalimar at 08.00 hrs instead of Howrah

·02703 Howrah-Secunderabad Special scheduled to leave Howrah at 08.35 hrs o­n 22.09.2021 will short originate from Shalimar at 09.35 hrs instead of Howrah

Trains short originating from Shalimar will be given 2 minutes stoppage at Santragachi.






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