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Operating


(A) Gazetted:






(B) Non- Gazetted:

Group C

Sanctioned Strength

On Roll

Vacancy

Traffic

3314

2443

871

Traffic Running

1736

692

1044

Total

5050

3135

1915

Group D

888

879

9

Grand Total

5938

4014

1924



Achievements of Operating

1. Overall interchange improved from 221 trains/day to 241 train/day against last year (Apr–Feb).

2. Wagon turn round improved by 12.72 % (1.20 to 1.05) against last year (Apr–Feb).

3. Electric Loco Utilization improved by 13.63 % (256 to 290) against last year (Apr–Feb).

4. Automobile loading increased by 29.34% (167 rakes to 216 rakes) against last year (Apr-Feb).

5. Average speed of goods train increased by 3.22% (18.93 to 19.54) against last year (Apr-Feb).

6. Effective wagon holding improved by 3.72% (6500 to 6259) against last year (Apr-Feb).

7. Electrification of DEE-RE (78 kmph), ABO-RE (75 kmph), NRW-KKDE (86 kms) completed in 2018-19 (Apr-Feb).

8. The following stations have been commissioned with centralized EI Panel in place of mechanical interlocking.

(a) NLKR commissioned on 15.07.18.

(b) TRR commissioned on 23.09.18.

(c) DKHR commissioned on 07.12.18.

9. Overhauling work of 12 Cabins also done as mentioned below. No Cabin due for Overhauling.

(a) SMQL           -      02 Cabins

(b) HIND            -      02 Cabins

(c) THBN            -      02 Cabins

(d) NNX              -      02 Cabins

(e) RPMN            -      02 Cabins

(f) MNZ              -      02 Cabins


10. New Trains Introduced:

S. No.

Train No.

From

To

Date of Introduction

1

15705/15706

Katihar

Delhi

16.04.2018

2

22895/22896

Durg

Firozpur

06.05.2018

3

22437/22438

Anand Vihar T

Allahabad

09.05.2018

4

12751/12752

Hazur Sahib Nanded

Jammu Tawi

12.10.2018

5

22221/22222

Nizamuddin

Mumbai CSMT

19.01.2019

6

19337/19338

Indore

Delhi Sarai

27.01.2019

7

12235/12236

Madhupur

Anand Vihar T

15.02.2019

8

22435/22436

New Delhi

Varanasi

17.02.2019



11. Extension of Trains:

S. No.

Train No.

From

To

Date of Extension

1

12049/12050

Gwalior

Jhansi

01.04.2018

2

54605/54604

Hissar

Churu

01.07.2018

3

14553/14554

Amb Andaura

Daulatpur Chowk

15.01.2019

4

74027/74028

Baraut

Qasimpur Kheri

21.01.2019

5

22457/22458

Una Himachal

Amb Andaura

24.01.2019

6

12473/12474

Ahmedabad

Gandhidham

07.02.2019

7

54768/54767

Sadulpur

Shri Ganga Nagar

17.02.2019

8

12919/12920

Indore

Dr. Ambedkar Nagar

03.03.2019

9

14021/14022

Sikar

Ringas

02.03.2019

10

12553/12554

Barauni

Saharsa

06.03.2019



12. Increase in frequency of trains:

S. No.

Train No.

Date

1

12571/12572

06.05.2018

2

12595/12596

06.05.2018

3

12065/12066

22.06.2018

4

22412/22411

28.06.2018

5

12583/12584

03.07.2018

6

14717/14718

14.09.2018



13. Total 199.25 Hrs. Mega Blocks granted for construction of 16 LHS & 7 ROBs/RUBs (up to Feb19).

14. The following safety drives launched during April-18 to February-19:


No. of Safety Drives launched

Objective of Drive

Period

1

Proper securing of rakes/loads/vehicles to avoid rolling down.

11.04.2018 to 10.05.2018

1

Inspection of shunting procedure of selected trains in important coaching yard.

14.04.2018 to 28.04.2018

1

Importance of guard working.

16.05.2018 to 30.05.2018

2

Shunting precaution and prevent yard derailment.

07.06.2018 to 13.06.2018

26.09.2018 to 07.10.2018

1

Proper procedure for asking and granting line clear.

08.08.2018 to 17.08.2018

3

Inspection of level crossing gates.

20.09.2018 to 27.09.2018

18.09.2018 to 24.09.2018

21.08.2018 to 04.08.2018

2

Safe train operation during fog.

08.11.2018 to 22.11.2018

19.12.2018 to 28.11.2018

1

Alertness of staff during all right signal exchange.

07.11.2018 to 21.12.2018

1

Ensuring safe train operation during blocks.

14.11.2018 to 28.11.2018

1

Precaution to be taken at non-interlocked level crossing.

20.02.2019 to 06.03.2019

* Total 14 Safety Drives Were Launched To Improve Safety & Smooth Functioning During Train Operation.



Operating Performance


S. No.

ITEMS

For the Month of Feb

Cumulative up to the Month of Feb

Targets 2018 – 19

2017-18

2018-19

Targets 2018 – 19

2017-18

2018-19

% Variation w.r.t. L. Yr

1

LOADING

a)

IN WAGONS PER DAY

1744

1425

1411

1744

1335

1330

-0.37%

i

FG (PDS)

328

358

282

328

302

237

-21.52%

ii

POL

282

262

259

282

262

249

-4.96%

iii

FERT

25

21

26

25

25

25

0.00%

iv

CONT

1008

715

781

1008

690

746

8.12%

v

OTH

101

69

63

101

58

74

27.59%

b)

IN MT

1.89

1.58

1.63

22.79

17.84

16.83

-5.66%

2

Total Wagon Holding (Rly+Pvt.)

8227

8048

8134

8227

7957

7720

2.98%

3

Effective Wagon Holding (Rly+Pvt.)

-

6336

6228

-

6500

6259

3.71%

4

Wagon Turn Round (WTR)

-

1.09

1.03

-

1.20

1.05

12.50%

5

Wagon Interchange

-

11477

11730

-

10530

11437

8.61%

6

Loaded Receipt (Rly)

-

2691

2838

-

2507

2859

14.04%

7

Loaded Receipt (Rly+Pvt.)

-

4365

4627

-

4093

4672

14.15%

8

DSL Utilization (In Kms)

351

290

212

351

270

265

-1.85%

9

Elect. Utilization (In Kms)

335

305

240

335

256

290

13.28%

10

NTKM (In Million)

-

1747

1596

-

19022

17746

-6.71%

11

Elect. Holding

-

75

85

-

74

82

10.81%

12

Diesel Holding

-

68

71

-

57

60

5.26%

13

Avg. Speed Goods

-

19.19

19.06

-

18.93

19.54

3.22%

14

EARNING (In Crores)

a)

Pass. Earning

432.65

419.70

423.65

4788.14

4621.15

4684.29

1.37%

b)

Other Coaching Earning

42.87

39.87

37.62

512.89

476.55

419.98

-11.87%

c)

Goods Earning

292.38

254.96

226.14

3146.49

2708.00

2501.72

-7.62%

15

PUNCTUALITY (%)

a)

M/Exp.

75

53.44

74.98

75

74.25

73.23

-1.02

b)

Passenger

-

41.84

45.51

-

48.21

44.21

-4.00

c)

Over All

-

48.22

61.72

-

62.35

60.17

-2.18




FREIGHT LOADING (Apr-Feb)

MONTH

LOADING (WAGON/DAY)

% Variation

LOADING (MT)

% Variation

2017-18

2018-19

2017-18

2018-19

April

1232

1292

4.85%

1.49

1.45

-2.68%

May

1350

1162

-13.91%

1.64

1.34

-18.49%

June

1315

1173

-10.76%

1.61

1.34

-16.98%

July

1273

1342

5.44%

1.54

1.57

1.68%

Aug.

1186

1343

13.23%

1.36

1.53

12.92%

Sept.

1330

1397

5.05%

1.52

1.52

0.20%

Oct.

1288

1423

10.47%

1.62

1.62

0.06%

Nov.

1364

1270

-6.86%

1.61

1.40

-13.26%

Dec.

1463

1345

-8.08%

1.91

1.65

-13.66%

Jan.

1467

1478

0.75%

1.90

1.83

-3.40%

Feb.

1425

1411

-0.98%

1.63

1.58

-3.07%

(Apr-Feb.)

1335

1330

-0.37%

17.84

16.83

-5.62%




Punctuality (Mail Exp)

Month

2017-18

2018-19

Variation

Apr

93.52

64.85

-28.7

May

91.62

63.02

-28.6

Jun

79.65

62.81

-16.8

Jul

89.27

72.49

-16.8

Aug

90.4

78.61

-11.8

Sep

71.25

80.19

8.94

Oct

75.48

77.1

1.62

Nov

60.59

75.22

14.63

Dec

62.16

76.25

14.09

Jan

42.51

79.57

37.06

Feb

53.44

74.98

21.54

Cumulative Average 

74.25

73.23

-1.02



Punctuality Loss Observations


1. Real time feeding in COA and at interchange point through data logger at CYZ, PWL and RE.

2. Significant increase in Train lost on ACP (209%), S&T (194%) & LO (249%) account affected punctuality.

3. Washable apron work at NDLS.

4. Water logging in Delhi area in the month of July.

5. Derailment at of train no. 12394 (Power car cum SLR) at GZB on 09.06.18.

6. Closure of Yamuna Bridge due to flood in Yamuna in the month of July.

7. NI work of FDN in Dec’18.






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