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OPERATING

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 156 coaching trains daily including 76 Mail/Exp daily trains,30Mail /Exp Non daily 42Passenger trains and 08 passengers trains on Narrow gauge section.In addition 4500 freight trains (avg. month) are run on the division and 10 to 15 trains are handled at various unloading / loading terminals every day.

 

2ORGANIZATION

 

2.1Gazetted

 

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

 

Sr. DOM(Co)

Sr.DOM(G&G)

DOM (Chg)

DOM (Goods)

Station Director (JHS)

 

 

2.2Non-Gazetted

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

2.3Non-Gazetted

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

Group `C’

SS

MOR

VAC

SM/YM/TIs

640

579

61

CHC

41

35

06

Guard

1022

627

395

TNC

72

48

24

Shtg. Master

30

24

06

Total of Group `C’

1805

1313

492

Group `D’

SS

MOR

VAC

Cabin Man & P/Man

1204

1132

72

Total of Group `D’

1204

1132

72

G/Total Group ( `C’ + `D’)

3009

2445

564

  

3.OPERATING PERFORMANCE

 

3.1The operating performance ofthe division is as under:-

 

I T E M S

Actual

Target

Current Month

 

%Variation

Cum. Avg Up To

Apr-Jan.2020

% Varia tion

2017-18

2018-19

MTH

CUM

Jan

2019

Jan

2020

2018-19

2019-20

%Punctuality ofMail Exp. trains

68

61

85

85

55.7

47.7

-14.5

62

66

+5.2

Rev. Loading vehicle Units/Day

285

318

6.85MT

6.85MT

315

338

+7.3

313

332

+6.1

Throughput

Vehicle Units/Day

8419

8510

-

-

8620

7331

-15.0

8509

7201

-15.0

DWB in vehicle Units/Day

5404

4888

4800

 

4800

 

4781

4263

-10.8

4907

4192

-14.6

Wagon Turn Round

0.99

0.99

1.00

1.00

0.99

0.99

same

0.99

0.99

same

NTKM Wagon Day

9067

10038

12420

12420

10318

11148

+8.0

10057

10140

+0.8

Wagon Kms Wagon Day

238

282

350

350

295

299

+1.4

283

279

-1.3

Electric Engine

Utilization

521

484

510

510

462

439

-5.0

493

515

+4.5

Diesel Engine

Utilization

384

357

375

375

311

349

+12.2

366

421

+15.0

 

 

4.PROFILE OF TRAIN OPERATIONS

Jhansi division is spread from BINA /WCR( excluding) to DHO (excluding) B.G. Double line ‘A’ route which is divided into02 sections viz, BINA-JHS & JHS-DHO and 07 branch lines i.e. JHS-CNB, JHS-MKP, MBA-KURJ,BNDA-CNB, GWL-UDMR, LAR-KURJ &AIT- KNH. In additional to above B.G. section, there is 01 branch line section of N.G. i.e. GWL-SBL-SOE.

 

The division has 162 stations of all categories, whichare as under :-


Section

Gauge

Distance in Km

Class of Stations

A

B

C

D

Spl.

Total

BINA(Excl.) – JHS(Incl.)

Broad Gauge

152.57

X

18

01

X

X

19

JHS(Excl.) – DHO(Excl.)

166.86

X

16

X

2

2

20

JHS(Excl.) – BZM(Incl.)

205.86

X

21

X

2

X

23

AIT(Excl.) – KNH(Incl.)

13.68

X

01

X

X

X

01

JHS(Excl.) – MKP(Excl.)

292.5

X

25

X

04

X

29

KID(Excl.) – BZM(Excl)

118.65

X

09

X

04

X

13

BLNR(Excl)-UDMR(Excl.)

104.92

X

05

X

08

X

13

MBA(Excl.)-KURJ(Incl.)

64.49

X

02

X

03

X

05

LAR(Excl.)-KURJ(Excl.)

164.49

X

08

X

04

X

12

TOTAL B.G.

1284.02

X

105

1

27

2

135

GWL(Excl.)-SOE(Incl.)

Narrow Gauge

199.80

X

12

X

15

X

27

G/TOTAL

1483.82

X

117

1

42

2

162

 

4.1 Section wise Traffic Handled

JHS-BINA & JHS-DHO are double line and JHS-BZM partly single line electrified section (JHS- NDK & PRN – BHUA sections has been converted in to double linesections ), JHS-MKP, KID-BZM, GWL-BTX, LAR-KURJ and AIT-KNH sections are single line non electrified sections GWL-SBL-SOE is Narrow Gauge sections. Section-wise details including running of trains are as under:-

 

SECTION

Broad Gauge

 

K.M.

NO. OF TRAINS

MAIL/ EXP

PASS/ SHUTTLE

GOODS

TOTAL

BIN – JHS

D/LBG

153

47

3

31

81

JHS – DHO

D/LBG

164

45

3

27

75

JHS – BZM

S/LBG

220

12

2

09

23

JHS – BNDA

S/LBG

192

06

4

04

14

BNDA – MKP

S/LBG

100

04

3

07

14

BNDA – BZM

S/LBG

143

03

2

05

10

GWL-UDMR

S/LBG

82

04

3

01

08

MBA-KURJ

S/LBG

65

03

2

-

05

AIT-KNH

S/LBG

13

-

5

-

05

Narrow Gauge

GWO-SOE

S/L NG

200

-

4

-

04

 

4.2Major Yards

 

4.2.1Jhansi

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 coaching 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 atroadside stations.

 

4.2.2 Gwalior

Gwalior is also an intermediate yard, which has been shifted to RRU, now it is a major coaching maintenance yard and depot both for BG and NG trains.

 

4.3Traffic Control

 

4.3.1JHANSI ControL :-

 

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

 

Sr.No.

Sections

KMS

01.

Jhansi - Bina

152.27 KMS

02.

Jhansi - Dholpur

166.86 KMS

03.

Jhansi – BZM(CNB),

Gwalior – UDMR &

AIT - Konch

205.86 KMS

105.69 KMS

13.68 KMS

04.

Jhansi - Khairar

Lalitpur – Khajuraho

Mahoba - Khajuraho

192.0 KMS

164.49 KMS

64.49 KMS

05.

Banda – Bhimsen

Banda – Manikpur

129.32 KMS

100.08 KMS

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

 

4.3.2Running of freight trains - Comparative Interchange of Goods

 

 

2018-19 (Apr-Jan)

2019-20 (Apr-Jan)

T/O

T/O Avg(Month)

M/O

M/O Avg(Month)

T/O

T/O Avg(Month)

M/O

M/O Avg(Month)

DHO

9640

964

7776

778

7822

782

6662

666

UDMR

385

39

262

26

87

9

197

20

BZM

2458

246

3301

330

2887

289

3509

351

MKP

410

41

375

38

469

47

486

49

BINA

5139

514

5860

586

4851

485

4913

491

GWL

365

37

246

25

299

30

215

22

MDVK

5

1

0

0

543

54

414

41

AGD

4318

432

4955

496

2789

279

3926

393

OHAN

1998

200

1697

170

2060

206

1496

150

Total

24718

2472

24472

2447

21807

2181

21818

2182

 

DETENTION TO GOODS TRAINS AT VARIOUS INTERCHANGE POINTS ON ACCOUNT OF LINE CLEAR

 

MONTH

2018 – 19

DHO

BINA

AGD

BZM

OHAN

No of Trains

Avg.Det

in min.

No of Trains

Avg.Det

in min.

No of Trains

Avg.Det in min.

No of Trains

Avg.Det

in min.

No of Trains

Avg.Det

in min.

Apr

146

0.19

356

0.61

243

0.59

21

0.75

82

0.44

May

149

0.15

428

0.46

178

0.57

65

0.127

66

0.32

June

199

0.19

391

0.57

238

0.69

54

0.114

33

0.11

July

142

0.25

415

0.47

223

0.62

61

0.117

73

0.43

Aug

149

0.25

364

0.46

229

0.70

56

0.68

30

0.127

Sep

145

0.22

404

0.46

207

0.59

54

0.60

18

0.68

Oct

140

0.22

435

0.51

205

0.61

73

0.72

40

0.92

Dec

145

0.22

331

0.50

206

0.59

55

0.64

47

0.82

Dec

136

0.18

359

0.50

268

0.71

70

0.87

73

0.69

Jan

135

0.17

372

0.54

230

0.59

74

0.73

43

0.94

Feb

128

0.14

395

0.55

205

0.66

52

0.93

37

0.64

MAR

162

0.20

380

0.52

242

0.64

61

0.91

54

0.84

Total

1776

0.238

4631

0.363

2674

0.605

696

0.919

596

0.705

Avg in HRS

148

0.20

386

0.54

222

0.50

58

0.85

49.6

0.59

 

 

2019-20

MONTH

DHO

BINA

AGD

BZM

OHAN

No of Trains

Avg.Det.

in min.

No of Trains

Avg.Det.

in min.

No of Trains

Avg.Det.

in min.

No of Trains

Avg.Det

in min.

No of Trains

Avg.Det.

in min.

Apr

138

0.16

304

0.53

181

0.72

58

0.94

65

0.92

May

139

0.12

366

0.47

179

0.79

62

0.80

78

0.100

June

130

0.15

372

0.46

225

0.80

72

0.99

81

0.87

July

123

0.11

359

0.42

189

0.84

66

0.88

52

0.111

Aug

113

0.16

301

0.42

194

0.96

62

0.72

74

0.127

Sep

72

0.18

304

0.48

177

0.99

59

0.94

57

0.98

Oct

74

0.23

413

0.56

169

0.93

67

0.78

58

0.118

Nec

69

0.22

382

0.49

117

0.83

64

0.81

66

0.76

Dec

94

0.31

406

0.50

117

0.74

72

0.112

61

0.96

Jan

74

0.36

415

0.58

141

0.75

76

0.110

51

0.65

 

 5.     STREAMS OF FREIGHT TRAFFIC

 

5.1Double 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-BINa

 

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

POL rakes empty & loaded.

 

ii) 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 sections

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 - CNBSECTION

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 empty rakes are being handed over vice-versa.

GWL – BIX SECTION

This Single line section handles loaded rakes from BINA/AGD to the destinations of North East part of India and from ETW 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 RRU, 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.

Inward

Coalisreceived for power House locatedat 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, RRU, 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, AIT & CGN and sleeper sidings at KRQ, ARI & BAO are also available on the division for internal use.

6.highlights: -

6.1Originating Revenue Loading

Commodity wise comparative no. of wagons loaded per day during 2019-20 is given below:-

 

Target 2019-20

Apr-Jan

2018-19

Apr-Jan

2019-20

% In Increase / Decrease

Revenue Loading(In terms of vehicle unit)

-

-

-

-

Cement

 

72

78

(+) 8.3 %

Food grain

-

15

28

(+) 86.7%

POL

-

144

141

(-) 2.1 %

Ballast(PVT)

-

38

30

(-) 21.1 %

Others general Goods incl. Fertilizer, Ballast(Engg.), DOC, Stone Grit, Fly/Ash & Containers etc.

-

44

55

(+)25.0 %

Total originating revenue loading Avg /day

N/R

313

332

(+) 6.1%

 

6.2Originating Revenue Loading (IN MT) Target 6.85 mt for 2019-20

Commodity wise comparative originating revenue loading in MT during 2018-2019 is given below:-

1 Revenue Loading

(total In M/T

Prop/TGT Apr - Jan 2019-20

Total(MT)

Apr - Jan

2018-19

Total (MT)

Apr - Jan

2019-20

% age

Cement

Nil

1.38

1.54

+11.59

Food Grain

Nil

0.26

0.52

+100.00

POL

Nil

2.21

2.22

+0.45

Ballast(PVT.)

Nil

0.69

0.57

-17.39

Others general Goods incl. Fertilizer, Ballast(Engg.), DOC, Stone Grit, Fly/Ash & Containers etc.

Nil

0.70

0.66

-5.71

Total

5.64

5.25

5.52

+5.14

 

 

 

6.3 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 forApril-Dec 19 are as under: -

 

Sr. No.

 

 

Department

Apr-Jan-2018-19

Apr-Jan-2019-20

 

 

%Variation of Block Hrs.

Total Blocks

Total Block Hrs.

Total Blocks

Total Block Hrs.

1.

Engg. Machines

561

976’-20”

646

1252’-35”

(+) 28.3 %

2.

Other Engg. Block

647

1178’-50”

720

1429’-55”

(-) 21.3 %

3.

Electrical TD (Incl. RE & RVNL Blocks)

276

384’-00”

481

709’45”

(+)84.6%

 

Total

1484

2539’-10”

1847

3392’-15”

(+) 33.6 %

 

7.Innovations -

 

7.1Running of Ist Electric train between MKP-BNDA section. :-

During Oct – 2019, after completion of RE work of BNDA-MKP section, on 06.10.2019, theIst, Electric train BCN/E 24009 +24015 has been run from MKP to BNDA with BNDA base crew .The train was started from MKP at 14.50 Hrs and reached BNDA 18.02 Hrs withthe total running time of 03’12”Hrs &.further Ist M/Exp train 12448 has also been run with Electric locomotive power on this section on 08.10.2019.

7.2 Introductionof online caution order through ICMS :-

On 23.01.2020 the first online caution order has been issued through ICMS system. The online caution order has been issued to train no 11801on 23.1.2020. By thisinnovation , JHS Division has become first Division in NCR for introduction of online caution order.

7.3Commissioning of Doubling work between PIC to NDK Stations:-

During Jan-2020, the Commissioning of Doubling work between PIC to NDK Stations has been taken on hand and the doubling work has been commissioned after Pre NI & NI work from 01.01.2020 to 12.01.2020.

 

8.Operational achievements –2019-20


8.1Freight


8.1.1Commencing ballast loading from BTKP Station:-

During May – 2019 the ballast (Stone Grit) loading has been commenced from BTKP station. On07.5.2019 the first rake of ballast has been dispatched from BTKP to the destination of AMH.


8.1.2Best ever loading of POL rakes at HPTR siding of RPGU station.


In Dec – 2019division has loaded 107 POLrakes at HPTR siding of RPGU station, this isbest ever POL loading performanceofHPTR siding, previous best ever POL loading performance was 96POL rakes which has been achieved in Dec – 2018


8.2Achievement of single day


8.2.1Best ever Interchange at GMC Interchange point on 27.7.2019

On 27.07.2019, division has achieved best ever Interchange at GMC Interchange point.Onsame date the total interchange was 29 trains including T/O of 15 trains and M/O of 14 trains this is the best ever freight performance at GMC interchange point.

 

Previous best ever interchange performance was 28 trains including T/O of 08 trains and M/O of 20 train which was achieved on 03.02.2015.

 

8.2.2 Best ever divisional wagon Balance :-

 

On 08.8.2019 the lowest 2434 divisional wagon balance has been recorded this is the best ever figure of JHS Div achieved in a single day the previous best ever figure was 2773which was achieved on 30.11.2011.

 

8.2.3Best ever loading achievedin a single day-

On 19.12.2019 Division has loaded total 581 wagons of various commodities this is best ever loading performance achieved in a single day. The previous best ever loading performance was 573 wagons which was achieved on 12.09.2017.

 

8.2.4Highest Throughputachieved in a single day-.

 

On 14.12.2019 Division has achieved highest 9547 wagons as through put this is best ever performance achieved in a single day by Jhansi division previously division has achieved the 9000 wagons as a through put which was achieved on 27.11.2019.


9.Coaching

 

9.1 Out standing punctuality performance:-

 

Division has achieved outstanding Punctuality performance on several days. From 01.10.19 to 30.10.2019, JHS Division has achieved more than 81.0% Punctuality of M/Exp trains in following days-.

 

Sr. No

Date

Punctuality of M/Exp trains

1

04.10.2019

84.74%

2

05.10.2019

82.08%

3

07.10.2019

86.92%

4

08.10.2019

81.39%

5

09.10.2019

84.73%

6

10.10.2019

81.25%

7

13.10.2019

85.93%

8

14.10.2019

84.73%

9

15.10.2019

81.53%

10

18.10.2019

88.79%

11

27.10.2019

86.92%

12

28.10.2019

89.47%

13

29.10.2019

81.48%

14

03.11.2019

86.92%

15

04.11.2019

83.58%

 

9.2Best ever Military movement from JHS Div.


During Dec – 2019 the best ever Military movement has been registered in current month total 74 Military spl train have been handled out of which 39 Military spl. trains have been terminated at JHS Division (24at JHS ,13 at BAB & 02at GWL stations similarly total 35 spl train have also been originated from the division including 21 Military spl from Jhansi and 14 Military spl. from BAB this is the best ever performance in the field of defence stock operation. The detail positions of Military movement is enclosed.

 

10.Coaching achievements of single day:-

 

10.1Reduce detention to M/Exp. Trains:-

 

On 09.10.2019, JHS Division has achieved minimum detention of M/Exp. Per train avg. 03” Min. and a total time lost of 449” min. in this financial year and the previous best ever performance achieved on 21.08.2019 which was avg. 04” min./train and the total time lost was 461” min.

 

10.2Best ever punctuality of M/Exp trains achieved in a single day :-

On 28.10.2019 JHS Division has achieved best ever 89.47% Punctuality of M/Exp trains ,while the previous best ever Punctuality figure was88.79% which was achieved on 18.10.2019

 

11.Other miscellaneous performance:-

11.1Organizing Mega blocks on the Division:-


The provision of mega block has been started on the division w.e.f from Apr-2019 and during Apr-Jan 2019-20 Total 42 no of mega blocks have been organized. In Apr-2019 on 14.04.2019 the highest duration of mega block has been provided to the track related departments in this connection total 283.00 hrs have been provided in this mega block.

 

 




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