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OPERATING DEPARTMENT

                

           

1.         INTRODUCTION

Jhansi Division of North Central Railway happens to be the largest in size, business in both freight & passenger operation, socio-politically active and important from the view point of tourism and pilgrimage centers. For operations on Indian Railway, Jhansi division acts like a spinal cord, hence needs constant and careful attention and monitoring.

Jhansi Division overall handles 181 coaching trains daily including 123 Mail/Exp. trains, 50Passenger trains and 08 passengers trains on Narrow gauge section.  In addition 4900 freight trains (avg. month) are run on the division and 08 to 10 trains are handled at various unloading / loading terminals every day.

2          ORGANIZATION 

2.1       Gazetted

Divisional Operating Department is headed by Sr.DOM, assisted by Sr.DOM (Goods & General), along with DOM (Genl) and DOM (Cog.). There are one post of field officer such as Station Manager/Jhansi (Jr. Scale).

1.Sr. DOM- Shashi Bhushan

2.Sr.DOM/G&G)- Ashutosh Singh

3.DOM(Chg)-S.K.Gautam

4.DOM(General)-Anupam Saxena

5.DOM(Goods)-Vacant

6.SM/JHS(Jr.Scale)-Vacant

 

 

2.2       Non-Gazetted

The summary of Staff strength of Non - Gazetted Operating Department is as under:-

Group `C’

SS

MOR

VAC

SM/YM/TIs

579

476

103

CHC

41

38

03

Guard

1022

497

525

TNC

72

44

28

Shtg. Master

33

14

19

Total of Group `C’

1747

1069

678

Group `D’

SS

MOR

VAC

Cabin Man & P/Man

1195

991

204

Total of Group `D’

1195

991

204

G/Total Group ( `C’ + `D’)

2942

2060

882

3.         OPERATING PERFORMANCE

3.1       The operating performance of  the division is as under:-

I T E M S

Actual

Target

Current Month

%  Varia         tion

Cum. Avg UpTo

JAN.2018

% Varia tion

2015-16

2016-17

MTH

CUM

JAN.

2017

JAN.

2018

2016-17

 2017-18

%  Punctuality of  M/Exp. Trains

62

67.0

70

70

41

44

+7.3

68

69

+0.8

Rev. Ldg vehicle Units/Day

127

161

170

170

152

302

+99.0

154

272

+76.6

Throughput

Vehicle Units/Day

9851

10014

-

-

8358

8785

+5.1

9339

8320

-10.9

DWB in vehicle Units/Day

6027

5759

-

-

6995

5883

-15.9

5657

5451

-3.6

Wagon Turn Round

1.06

0.99

0.95

0.95

0.99

0.99

same

0.99

1.00

+0.9

NTKM Wagon Day

10103

9767

 11660

 11660

8720

9777

+12.1

10134

9013

-11.1

Wagon Kms Wagon Day

258

287

300

300

256

257

+0.4

292

235

-19.6

Electric Engine

Utilization

411

490

594

594

424

544

+28.3

498

516

+3.7

Diesel Engine

Utilization

292

349

396

396

330

406

+23.0

349

378

+8.3

4        PROFILE OF TRAIN OPERATIONS

4.1       Section wise Traffic Handled

           

JHS-BINA & JHS-DHO are double line and JHS-BZM single line electrified sections,   JHS-MKP, KID-BZM, GWL-BIX and AIT-KNH sections are single line non electrified sections GWL-SBL-SOE and DHO-SRMT/TPO are Narrow Gauge sections. Section-wise details including running of trains are as under:-

SECTION

K.M.

NO. OF TRAINS

Broad Gauge

MAIL/ EXP

PASS/ SHUTTLE

GOODS

TOTAL

BIN – JHS

D/L  BG

153

52

3

37

92

JHS – DHO

D/L  BG

217

50

3

35

88

JHS – BZM

S/L  BG

220

16

2

09

27

JHS – BNDA

S/L  BG

192

07

4

02

12

BNDA – MKP

S/L  BG

100

09

3

08

20

BNDA – BZM

S/L  BG

143

04

2

05

11

GWL-BIX

S/L  BG

82

01

3

01

05

MBA-KURJ

S/L  BG

65

03

2

-

05

AIT-KNH

S/L  BG

13

-

5

-

05

Narrow Gauge

GWO-SOE

S/L NG

200

-

4

-

04

4.2       Major Yards

4.2.1    Jhansi

An intermediate yard at Jhansi handles rakes for POH wagons for workshop, loaded rakes for goods shed, military special rakes and traction changing trains. There is carriage & wagon examination depot for freight stock, which examines 4 to 5 rakes every day. Further Jhansi is also having major passenger depot where 16 rakes of passenger trains are maintained. The yard consists of 3 by-pass lines of full length, 2 R&D lines, 3 UP dispatch lines, 2DN dispatch lines ,and 11 marshalling lines (of less than standard length).  Deficiency of the number of full length lines in the yard, at times, forces stabling of loads at  roadside stations.

4.2.2    Gwalior

Gwalior is an intermediate yard, handling goods sheds rakes and military specials.It has a major coaching maintenance yard and depot both for BG and NG trains.


4.3       Traffic Control

4.3.1    JHANSI ControL :-

Five sectional control boards are being operated in JHS Control Office.

Sr.  No.

Sections

KMS

01.

Jhansi-Bina

153 KMS

02.

Jhansi-Dholpur

168 KMS

03.

Jhansi-Kanpur

&

Gwalior -Bhind

220 KMS

82 KMS

04.

Jhansi- Khairar

&

Mahoba-Khajuraho

192KMS

64 KMS

05.

Banda – Bhimsen

&

Banda – Manikpur

143 KMS

&

217 KMS

.

(i)    GWL-SOE NG Section is presently uncontrolled.

4.3.2   running OF FREIGHT trains   

Increasing trend of freight trains is continued. During 2017-18 (Apr-Jan.), the month wise total number of goods trains run on the division are given in the following graph :-





5     STREAMS OF FREIGHT TRAFFIC

5.1    Double line section

           

Primarily North South freight traffic is run on the double line electrified section of JHS-DHO & JHS-BIN section.

 

Up direction DHO-JHS-BIN

i)   Entire North South traffic   of Food Grain, Fertilizer, Steel and Containerized cargo and

     POL rakes empty & loaded.

ii)   Export Container traffic between   ICD/TKD   to Mumbai.

iii) Empty BOXN Rakes for coal loading, BOX & Containers for Steel loading for New      Katni Junction, JBP Division WCR. 

Down direction BIN-JHS-DHO

i)  Coal from South - Eastern Railway   & NGP division of Central Railway to The Power       houses and Industries of Northern India,

ii)   Cement from West Central Railway to Northern India.

iii)   Fertilizer from Southern and Western Regions to Northern India.

iv)  Iron & Steel products from South Eastern Railway to Northern India

v)  Terminating traffic of POL, Cement, Fertilizer and Steel for division.

5.2     single line section

 JHS-CNB SECTION

On JHS-CNB section traffic of POL, Fertilizer, Salt, Clinker and Cement in DN direction whereas F/Grain, Coal & Empties in UP direction are run.

OHAN – BANDA - CNB  SECTION

This Single line section handles Cement, Clinker, and fertilizer & Steel traffic towards Kanpur whereas F/Grain, Empty Jumbo and BOXN rakes are moved towards JBP division

LAR – KURJ SECTION

This Single line section handles loaded coal rakes for LPGCL Power house at UDPR station from BINA/AGD and from MBA direction and loaded rakes are been handed over vice-versa. 

GWL – UDMR -  TDL SECTION

This Single line section handles loaded rakes from BINA/AGD to the destinations of North East part of India and from TDL the rakes are received for KDLP, JNPT and via BPL direction


5.3     Originating and Terminating Traffic:

Outward

Cement is loaded from M/S Heideleberg Cement Siding at Parichha, POL from HPTR siding of RPGU, De-oil-cake from Morena, Datia & Newari Food Grains from GWL, DBA, DAA, JHS, LAR & OR, Fertilizer from Jhansi, Granite blocks from MBA, SPDM & LAR, Containers from MLAR and Pvt. ballast from KBR, BJI and SAC stations, Departmental ballast is loaded from KBR, MBA, JHS, AIT, GRM, CGN, KHJ, BJI & BWR. Further large number of MBC sleeper rakes are loaded form the three sleeper factories of Karari, Aantri and Banmor on the division.

Inward

Coal   is   received   for power House located   at parichha of Uttar Pradesh State Power Corporation Ltd. and LPGCL Power house at UDPR stations, Clinker rakes are received for Heideleberg Cement plant at Parichha. Substantial inward traffic of Fertilizer, Food Grain, Cement and Coal are received at DHO, MRA, GWL, DBA, DAA, JHS, LAR, OR, BZM, BNDA, MBA and HPP Stations of the division. POL traffic is received in sidings of Rairu &  Karari, on the division.

Internal

There is large number of Ballast depots at JHS, BJI, KID, GRM, BWR & CGN and sleeper sidings at KRQ, ARI & BAO are also available on the division for internal use.

6.      highlights: -

6.1    Increased Through Freight TRAFFIC: -

During current financial year the through freight traffic has increased significantly. The divisional throughput of last three years (Apr-Jan) is given as per following graph.



6.2    Originating Revenue Loading

Commodity wise comparative no. of wagons loaded per day during 2017-2018 is given below:-

1 Revenue Loading

 (In terms of vehicle unit)

Target 2017-18

April-Oct

2016-17

April- Oct

2017-18

% age In Increase / Decrease

A  CEMENT

-

59

74

(+)  25.4%

B  POL

-

11

33

(+) 200.0%

C  FOOD GRAIN

-

54

87

(+) 61.1%

D  OTHER GENERAL GOODS 

-

30

78

(+) 160.0%

TOTAL ORIGINATING REVENUE LOADING PER DAY

170

154

272

(+)76.6%


6.3       Originating Revenue Loading (IN MT)

  Commodity wise comparative originating revenue loading in MT during 2017-2018 is     given below:-

1 Revenue Loading

 (In terms of Tonnage)

Target 2017-18

April-Jan

2016-17

April- Jan

2017-18

% age In Increase / Decrease

A  CEMENT (in Tones)

-

1058631

1460194

(+) 38.0

B  POL (in Tones)

-

896456

1384460

(+) 54.4

C  FOOD GRAIN (in Tonnes)

-

213103

621765

(+) 191.8

D  OTHER GENERAL GOODS  (in Tones)

-

557054

1450249

(+) 160.3

TOTAL (in Tones)

-

2725244

4917668

(+) 80.5

TOTAL (in MT)

4.0

2.70

4.91

(+) 81.8

 



















6.4       Punctuality Performance.

The over all punctuality performance during 2014-15 is significantly improved. The details of the punctuality of the trains are given below.

Month

M/Exp.

Passenger

N.G.

Target

Actual

Target

Actual

Target

Actual

Apr-17

70%

70.0%

-

43.2%

-

94.2%

May-17

70%

79.0%

-

42.2%

-

87.0%

June-17

70%

70.0%

-

40.0%

-

92.0%

July-17

70%

72.0%

-

44.0%

-

97.9%

Aug-17

70%

78.0%

-

44.0%

-

99.2%

Sep-17

70%

71.0%

-

42.3%

-

94.5%

Oct-17

70%

79.3%

-

43.1%

-

92.3%

Nov-17

70%

64.4%

-

38.4%

-

91.6%

Dce-17

70%

60.0%

-

47.2%

-

95.5%

Jan-18

70%

44.0%

-

42.0%

-

90.8%

6.5       Performance of Over All Maintenance BlocksHours Provided to                 Engg. & TD Department.

During current financial year track maintenance works has been taken up on priority and despite the heavy flow of through freight traffic maximum time for maintenance has been provided to concerned departments.

The cumulative performance of maintenances blocks as well as block hours for April-Oct. – 2017 are as under: -           

            Sr. No.

Department

April- Jan-2017

April- Jan-2018

% Age Variation of Block Hrs.

Total

Block

Total Block Hrs.

Total Block

Total Block Hrs.

1.

Engineering

Machines

457

  683’-40”

456

684’-50”

(+) 0.2 %

2.

Other Engineering Blocks

697

798’-20

749

913’-40”

(+) 14.4 %

3.

Electrical (TD)

169

175’-30”

241

255’-25”

(+) 45.7 %

Total

1323

1657’-30”

1446

1854’-00”

(+) 12.0 %

          
7     Innovations

7.1       Opening of MTH station for Goods traffic

In June-2017 MTH station has been opened for Goods traffic. After opening of MTH station 01 rake of Pvt. Ballast has been loaded on 11.06.2017 for the destination of NDKK siding.

7.2       Provision of PI at HAR station.

During 2017  HARstation has been equipped with PI facilities along with MACLS. The work was completed with in the 3 days NI work from 19-9-17 to 21-9-17. After this innovation HAR,GTM & HAR , JSB  sections have also been token less .

7.3       Provision of PI at TKA station.

During Oct – 2017 TKA station has been equipped with PI facility along with MACLS. The work was completed within the 3 days NI work from 03.10.17 to 05.10.17 after this innovation TKA-NEW section has also been token less working.

7.4      Provision of PI at KHOH station.

      During Nov– 2017 KHOH station has been equipped with PI facility along with MACLS. The work was completed within the 3 days NI work from 12.11.17 to 14.11.17 after this innovation CKTD-KHOH-BFP -section has also been token less.

8          Operational achievements –

8.1       Best ever unloading of coal rakes at LPGU siding of UDPR station:-

 

 In Sep – 2017 division has unloaded 149 rakes at LPGCL siding of UDPR station, this is going to be the best ever coal unloading performance of LPGCL siding, previous best ever coal unloading performance was 144 rakes which was achieved in  Aug – 2017. 

8.2       Best ever loading of Food Grain :-

In July – 2017, division has loaded 36 rakes (1510 wagon) of food grain from the Various terminals of the divisions. this is the best ever loading of food grain  on the division, previous best ever loading figure was 31 rakes (1317 wagon)which was loaded in Nov– 2014.

8.3       100% Punctuality of M/Exp trains achieved on 18.8.2017.

In Aug – 2017despite 74 No,s of maintenance block and interchange of 42 No,s of through goods trains, at AGD and BINA division has achieved 100% punctuality of Mail/Exp. Trains.

8.4       Best ever Originating Revenue loading.

In Sep – 2017division has loaded 318 wagon avg/dayof various commodities this is the best ever loading performance of JHs div, previous best ever loading performance was 255 rakes which was achieved in May – 2017. 

8.5       Best ever loading of Pvt. Ballast.

In Sep – 2017division has loaded 62 Wagons/Day (32 Rakes) of Pvt. Ballast from KBR, SAC, & BJI Stations, this is the best ever loading of Pvt. Ballast, previous best ever Pvt. Ballast loading performance was 52 Wagons/Day (27 Rakes) which was achieved in  July – 2017.

8.6       Best ever loading of POL rakes at HPTR siding of RPGU station:-

In Nov – 2017division has loaded 79  POL  rakes at HPTR siding of RPGU station, this  best ever POL loading performance of HPTR siding, previous best ever POL loading performance was 70 rakes which was achieved in  Oct – 2017

JHANSI  DIVISION

TRANSPORTATION OUTPUT

APR – JAN 2017

1.Originating Loading PROFILE

1.1IN TERMS OF WAGONS PER DAY

Commodity wise comparative no. of wagons loaded per day during 2017-2018 is given below:-

1 Revenue Loading

 (In terms of vehicle unit)

Target 2017-18

April-Oct

2016-17

April- Oct

2017-18

% age In Increase / Decrease

A  CEMENT

-

63

70

(+)  11.1%

B  POL

-

14

35

(+) 150.0%

C  FOOD GRAIN

-

51

68

(+) 33.3%

D  OTHER GENERAL GOODS 

-

33

82

(+) 148.5%

TOTAL ORIGINATING REVENUE LOADING   PER DAY

170

161

255

(+) 58.4%










1.2IN TERMS OF MILION TONNES

Commodity wise comparative originating revenue loading in MT during 2017-2018 is given below:-

1 Revenue Loading

 (In terms of Tonnage)

Target 2017-18

April-Oct

2016-17

April- Oct

2017-18

% age In Increase / Decrease

A  CEMENT (in Tones)

-

866435

960253

(+) 10.8

B  POL (in Tones)

-

598116

762890

(+) 27.5

C  FOOD GRAIN (in Tones)

-

181350

459706

(+) 153.5

D  OTHER GENERAL GOODS       (in Tones)

-

360794

1082667

(+) 200.1

TOTAL (in Tones)

-

2006695

3265516

(+) 62.7

TOTAL (in MT)

4.0

2.00

3.26

(+) 63.0










2           FEATURE ACTION PLAN 

2.1        Strategies for enhancing revenue loading

(i)Proposal for augmentation of full rake handling facilities at all major freight terminals.

(ii)Providing better facilities such as approach road, sufficient lighting drinking   water & merchant room at all the important good sheds for the convenience of traders.

(iii)Boost up of traffic by the traditional loaders and curtailing the terminals detentions by extending working hours as well as   better co-ordination with customers.

(iv)Advance information to the customers regarding incoming rakes so that sufficient time is available with customers for handling the consignments.

(v)Close monitoring and constant watch over the activities over the freight terminals.

(vi)       Stress on the quick clearance of freight stock.

            (vii)      Continuous efforts, for minimizing the terminal detentions


3          LONG TERM PLANING FOR STONE GRIT LOADING

           

            JHS division and its circulating area has sufficient potential of stone grit and the loading of stone grit is the going to become the spinal chord of the division in this connection M/s Chintnpurni Project New Delhi has approached and submitted a proposal for proposed 35 Lace Metric Tone loading of ballast from the BTKP station to the destinations of Fariah and Jonpur city stations the details of proposed loading of ballast is appended below –

i)Total loaded rakes dispatched (proposed) – 973 during next 02 years.

ii)Average rakes per month (proposed) – 41 Nos

iii)Average income per month (proposed) – 8.84 Crores.

iv)Average income per year (proposed) – 106.08 Crores.

The preliminary preparation for construction of basic infrastructure is in progress and hopefully proposed loading of stone grit will be started in forth coming months.

Action Plan of Jhansi Division

 

Long term


A          Third line between BINA - DHO

B          Electrification of JHS – MKP section

C         Doubling of JHS – CNB section along with electrification

D         Doubling of JHS – MKP section

E          Doubling of KID - BZM section along with electrification

Mid term

A          Electrification between JHS – PIC

B          Proposed 3.5 million tone loading of ballast from BTKP to the destinations of Fariya and Jaunpur city.    

Short term

A          All out efforts for minimizing terminal detentions

B          Efforts for improvement in the punctuality of Mail/Express trains

C         Providing sufficient time for maintenance block to the track related departments

D         Continuous monitoring over pre departure detentions

E          Constant watch over the detentions free running of freight trains.

F          Efforts for improvement in loco utilizations.

G         Exploring additional traffic potential at JHS and its circulating area.

H         Better and optimum utilization of Goods and Coaching stocks.

I           Systematic and judicious utilization of Guards

Strategies for enhancing revenue loading

(i)Proposal for augmentation of full rake handling facilities at all major freight  terminals.

(ii)   Providing better facilities such as approach road, sufficient lighting drinking water &             merchant room at all the important good sheds for the convenience of traders.

(iii)    Boost up of traffic by the traditional loaders and curtailing the terminals detentions by             extending working hours as well as   better co-ordination with customers.

(iv)Advance information to the customers regarding incoming rakes so that sufficient time is

          available with customers for handling the consignments.

(v)Close monitoring and constant watch over the activities over the freight terminals.

(vi)       Stress on the quick clearance of freight stock.

(vii)      Continuous efforts, for minimizing the terminal detentions





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