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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 centersFor operations on Indian Railway, Jhansi division acts like a spinal cord, hence needs constant and careful attention and monitoring.

Division overall handles 178 pairs of Mail/Exp. trains,29pairsof passenger trains & 04 pair of passenger trains on Narrow gaugesection.

But during the pandemic of Covid -19 Jhansi Division overall handles 100 special coaching trains & holiday/festival spls on daily avg in addition 169 freight trains avg/day. are running on the division and 15 to 20trains are handled at various loading /unloading 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(G&G)

Sr. DOM(Co)

DOM (Chg)Station DirectorDOM (Goods)


2.2NON-GAZETTED

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

Sr. No.

Category

SS

MOR

Vacancies

% Variation

1

SM/YM/TI’s

635

557

78

-13

2

Controllers

41

33

08

-19

3

Guards

1076

630

446

-41

4

ShuntingMaster

30

17

13

-43

5

TNC

72

45

27

-38

6

Traffic porter, Shunt man etc.

1204

1102

102

-0.9

3.OPERATING PERFORMANCE

3.1The operating performance ofthe division is as under:-

ITEMS

Actual

Target

Current Month

Cum. Avg Up To

Apr- Jan 2020-21

2017-18

2018-19

MTH

CUM

Jan

2020

Jan

2021

%Var.

2019

2020

%

Var.

%Punctuality ofMail Exp. trains

61

68

90%

90%

47.7

83.02

+74.4

66

91.86

+37.8

Rev. Loading vehicle Units/Day

318

336

-

-

338

379

+13.0

332

336

+1.2

Throughput

Vehicle Units/Day

8510

7473

-

-

7331

7775

+6.1

7874

6729

-14.5

DWB in vehicle Units/Day

4888

3949

4000

4000

4263

4263

-18.6

4194

4478

+6.8

Wagon Turn Round

0.99

0.99

-

-

0.99

0.99

same

0.99

0.99

same

NTKM Wagon Day

10038

8970

10800

10800

11148

14874

+33.4

10140

9906

-2.3

Wagon Kms Wagon Day

282

271

280

280

299

386

+29.1

278

272

-2.2

Electric Engine

Utilization

484

509

565

565

439

603

+37.4

515

593

+15.1

Diesel Engine

Utilization

357

344

454

454

349

410

+17.5

421

454

+7.8

       

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 163 stations of all categories, whichare as under :-


section

Gauge

distance

in KMs.

class of stations

A

B

C

D

Spl

Total

BINA (Excl.) - JHS(Incl.)

B.G.

152.57

X

18

01

X

X

19

JHS (Excl.) - DHO(Excl.)

166.86

X

16

X

02

02

20

JHS(Excl.) BZM (Incl.)

205.86

X

22

X

02

00

24

AIT(Excl.) KNH(Incl.)

13.68

X

01

X

X

X

01

JHS(Excl.) MKP(Excl.)

292.50

X

25

X

04

X

29

KID (Excl.) BZM(Incl.)

118.65

X

09

X

04

X

13

BLNR (Excl.) -UDMR(Excl.)

118.35

X

06

X

08

X

14

MBA (Excl.) -KURJ(Incl.)

64.49

X

02

X

03

X

05

LAR(Excl.) -KURJ(Incl.)

164.49

X

08

X

04

X

12

TOTAL B.G.

1297.45

X

106

01

27

02

135

GWL(Excl.) - SOE(Incl.)

N.G.

199.80

X

12

X

15

X

26

GRAND TOTAL

1497.25

X

118

01

42

02

163

4.1MAJOR YARDS.

4.2JHANSI

JHS is a very impotent station keeping in view of handling of through north- south coaching traffic. Presently JHS station is having 05 platforms for handling of through Mail Express trains, In addition to that 03 bay platforms are also available at JHS for origination/termination of divisional Mail Exp/ Passenger Trains.

JHS is an intermediate goods yard also for handling of goods rakes, 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 1 to 2 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).

4.3 GWALIOR


GwL is also a very impotent station keeping in view of handling of through coaching traffic. Presently GWL station is having 04 platformsfor handling of through Mail Express trains .

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

4.4TRAFFIC CONTROL

4.5JHANSI CONTROL :-

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

Sr.No.

Sections

KMS

Stations

01.

JHS-DHO

164.49

18

02

JHS-BINA

152.57

20

03.

(i)JHS-BZM

219.68

21

(ii)BLNR-UDMR

101.37

05

(iii)AIT-KNH

13.68

02

04.

BZM-MKP

229.40

24

05.

(i)JHS-KID

180.75

14

(ii)MBA-KURJ

64.49

03

(iii)LAR-KURJ

164.49

10

(i)GWL-SOE NG Section is presently non controlled.

4.6RUNNING OF FREIGHT TRAINS - COMPARATIVE INTERCHANGE OF GOODS.


2019-20 (Apr-Jan)

2020-21 (Apr-Jan)

T/O

T/O Avg/Day

M/O

M/O AvgAvg/Day

T/O

T/O AvgAvg/Day

M/O

M/O AvgAvg/Day

DHO

7649

25.0

6490

21.2

7568

24.7

5759

18.8

UDMR

85

0.3

194

0.6

61

0.2

207

0.7

BINA

4745

15.5

4791

15.7

3452

11.3

4319

14.1

GWL

293

1.0

212

0.7

515

1.7

248

0.8

MDVK

532

1.7

408

1.3

450

1.5

164

0.5

AGD

2716

8.9

3838

12.5

2827

9.2

4473

14.6

OHAN

2022

6.6

1468

4.8

2241

7.3

1104

3.6

BZM

2839

9.3

3445

11.3

3462

11.3

4215

13.8

MKP

457

1.5

476

1.6

289

0.9

362

1.2

Total

21338

69.7

21322

69.7

20866

68.2

20851

68.1


5STREAMS OF FREIGHT TRAFFIC


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

Sr

No.

DHO-BIN/AGD (UP)

BIN/AGD-DHO (DN)

1

Entire North South trafficof Food Grain, Fertilizer, Steel and Containerized cargo and POL rakes empty & loaded.

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

2

Export Container traffic betweenICD / TKDto Mumbai.

Cement from West Central Railway to Northern India.

3

Empty BOXN/BCN Rakes for coal & other loading BOX & Containers for Steel loading for New  KatniJunction, JBP Division WCR.

Fertilizer from Southern and Western Regions to Northern India

4

Container traffic from ICD/ CNB to the destinations of KDLP & JNPT

Iron & Steel products from South Eastern Railway to Northern India

5

Entire goods traffic fromNorth East direction to KTE/BPL via AGD/BINA

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


5.1JHS-CNB–JHS SINGLE LINE SECTION.

Sr.No.

JHS-CNB (DN)

CNB-JHS (UP)

1

Traffic of POL Fertilizer ,SaltClinker and Cement are run in DN direction.

F/Grain, Coal & Empties are run in UP direction.


5.2BNDA-CNB- SINGLE LINE SECTION.


Sr.No.

BNDA-CNB (DN)

CNB-BNDA (UP)

1

Traffic of Cement Clinker, Fertilizer and steel traffic are run toward CNB and beyond in DN direction.

Traffic of F/Grain, Empty Jumbo & BOXN rakes are moved towards JBP Division are run in UP direction.


5.3BNDA-OHAN- SINGLE LINE SECTION.


Sr.No.

BNDA-OHAN (DN)

OHAN-BNDA (UP)

1

Traffic of F/Grain, Empty Jumbo & BOXN rakes are moved towards JBP Division are run in UP direction.

Traffic of Cement Clinker, Fertilizer and steel traffic are run toward CNB and beyond direction.


5.4LAR-KURJ- SINGLE LINE SECTION.

Sr.No.

LAR-KURJ (DN)

KURJ-LAR (UP)

1

Traffic of loaded Coal rakes from BIN/AGD for LPGCL sdg at UDPR station.

Similarly loaded coal rakes from MBA direction to LPGCL sdg at UDPR station.

Traffic of Empty Coal rakes to BIN/AGD & MBA direction.


5.5GWL-UDMR- SINGLE LINE SECTION.


Sr.No.

GWL-UDMR (DN)

UDMR-GWL (UP)

1

Traffic from BIN/AGD & Guna direction to the destinations ofNorth East part of India.

Traffic received from ETW direction to the destination of KDLP, JNPT & via BPL direction.


5.6 ORIGINATING AND TERMINATING TRAFFIC:

MAJOR HANDLING TERMINALS:

Sr.No.

Terminals

Outward

Inward

1

Morena

DOC ,Food Grain & Millet

Cement Fertilizer

2

Banmor

Railway Sleeper RMC

-

3

Rairu

DOC, Food Grain

Cement Fertilizer, Steel & Iron

4

Sanichara

Pvt Ballast

-

5

Malanpur

Container, Food Grain

Food Grain, Steel

6

Antri

RMC

-

7

Dabra

Food Grain

Cement Fertilizer

8

Datia

Food Grain & DOC

Cement Fertilizer

9

Karari

Railway Sleeper RMC

-

10

Jhansi

Fertilizer, Food Grain, RMC Ballast, Military traffic

Cement Fertilizer,Food Grain, Military Traffic.

11

Bijouli

Pvt..Ballast,RMC

-

12

Khajaraha

RMC

-

13

Babina

Military Traffic

Military Traffic

14

Lalitpur

Food Grain,

Cement Fertilizer, Food Grain

15

Garhmau

RMC Ballast

-

16

Chirgaon

RMC Ballast

-

17

Ait

RMCBallast

-

18

Orai

Food Grain

Cement , Fertilizer

19

Chaurah

RMC Ballast

-

20

Bhimsen

-

Cement

21

Bharwasumerpur

RMC, Ballast

-

22

Newari

DOC & Food Grain

Food Grain,Fertilizer

23

Harpalpur

Food Grain

Cement, Fertilizer

24

Mahoba

Food Grain

Cement, Fertilizer

25

Kabari

Pvt.Ballast

-

26

Khairar

RMC Ballast

-

27

Banda

Food Grain,& Send

Cement, Fertilizer, Salt

28

TKMG

Food Grain

-

 

Sidings:

 

Siding name

Serving Station

Traffic dealt

1

PTPP

Parichha

Coal

2

Diamond Cement factory

Parichha

Cement, Clinker

3

IOC,BPCL,HPCL

Rairu

POL

4

IOC,BPCL

Karari

POL

5

BHEL

Khajraha

Transformers, Electric Locomotives. etc.

6

HPCL

HPTR(Rasulpur Gogamau)

POL

7

Bajaj Power Plant

LPGU (Udaipura)

Coal, Fly Ash.

8

Reliance

PRIL (Lalpur)

POL

6.HIGHLIGHTS: -

6.1ORIGINATING REVENUE LOADING

Commodity wise comparative no. of wagons loaded per day during 2020-21 is given below:-

Target 2020-21

Apr-Jan

2019-20

Apr-Jan

2020-21

% In Increase / Decrease

Revenue Loading(In terms of vehicle unit)

-

-

-

-

A.Cement

78

68

(-) 12.8%

B.Food grain

-

28

63

(+) 125.0 %

C.POL

-

141

136

(-) 3.5 %

D. Ballast(PVT)

-

30

10

(-)66.6%

E.Other general. Goods(Incl.DOC,fertilizer, ballast(Engg), containers etc.)

-

55

59

(+) 1.8%

Total originating revenue loading Avg /day

N/R

332

336

(+) 1.2%

 

6.2ORIGINATING REVENUE LOADING (IN MT)

Commodity wise comparative originating revenue loading in MT during 2020-2021 is given below:-

Commodities(In M/T)

Target 6.75 MT 2020-21

Total (MT)

Apr- Jan 2019-20

Total (MT)

Apr – Jan 2020-21

%Variation

Food Grain

0.53

1.23

+132.1

POL

2.24

2.18

-2.7

Cement

1.55

1.31

-15.5

Ballast(pub)0

0.57

0.18

-68.4

Other Commodity (Incl. Sand Ballast(Engg), DOCS /Grit,F/Ash & Containers

0.66

0.84

+27.2

Total

5.55

5.74

+3.4

















7Performance of overall maintenance block hours provided to Engg. & TD departments

The cumulative performance of maintenance blocks as well as block hours for the year 2020-2021 are as under: -

Sr. No.

Department

Apr-Jan-

2019-2020

Apr-Jan

2020-2021

%Variation of Block Hrs.

Total Blocks

Total Block Hrs.

Total Blocks

Total Block Hrs.

1.

Engg. Machines Blocks

6208

11481’-35”

8317

17778’-25”

(+) 54.8 %

2.

Non machineBlocks

7378

15332’-05”

7319

18320’-30”

(+) 19.5 %

3.

OHE Blocks

(Incl. RE & RVNL Blocks)

4214

6320’-15”

5065

7792’-45”

(+) 23.3 %

Total

17800

33135’-25”

20701

43892’.40”

(+) 32.5 %

8.Improvement in Operational facilities 2020-21 (Apr-Dec)


Sr.No.

Innovational work

Results.

7.1i

Provision of EI facility at RORA station in July 2020

Raising ofInterlocking of station from MNI to Std-.III with increased speed from 15 KMPH to MPS.

ii

Provision of EI facility at RNRD station in Aug 2020

Raising ofInterlocking of station from Std-I to Std -III with increased speed from 50 KMPH to MPS.

iii

Provision of EI facility at BJI station in Aug 2020.

In connection with the 3rd line 1st phase work between BAB-JHS

iv

Provision of EI facility at KHJ station in Sep2020

In connection with the 3rd line 1st phase work between BAB-JHS

   

v

Provision of EI facility at MRPR station in Nov 2020

Raising ofInterlocking of station from MNI to Std-.III with increased speed from 15 KMPH to MPS. along with the facility of additional loop & simultaneous receiving & dispatch.

vi

Provision of EI facility at MLAR station in Nov2020

Raising ofInterlocking of station from Std.-I to Std.III, with increased speed from 15 KMPH to MPS & provision of additional loop line.

vii

Provision of EI facility at SAC station in Jan 2021

Raising ofInterlocking of station from Std.-I to Std.III, with increased speed from 15 KMPH to MPS

7.3

Alteration workat JHS EI cabin regarding3rd line connectivity in Nov 2020

For the connectivity regarding 3rd line work. Of BAB-

JHS section

7.4

Commissioning of longer loop at SIKD station in Jan 2021

This will enable for arranging precedence of long haul and other long length freight trains.

 

9.Operational Mile stones set in the year 2020-21 (Apr-Jan)

S.N.

INDICES

On A day

Date

In A Month

Month

1

Punctuality of M/exp train

-

-

98.7 %

Oct-2020

2

Best ever coal rake unloading at LPGU

12Coal Rakes

11.9.2020

193 Rakes

Sep-2020

3

Goods rakes transported to Bangladesh

-

-

09(05Rakes of Wheat &04 Rakes of DOC

Oct-2020

4

Best ever Originating revenue loading( in wagons)

640 Wagons

20.01.2021

429 wagon /day

Dec-2020

5

Best ever Originating revenue loading( in MT)

-

-

0.77MT

Nov-2020

6

Best ever loading of food grain (in MT)

-

-

0.22 MT

Dec-2020

7

Best ever loading of food grain (in Wagons/Day)

-

-

114 Wagons

Dec 2020

8

Best ever electric loco utilization(In Kms)

1330 Kms

13.4.2020

-

-

9

Best ever Interchanged at GMC (incl Shramik, ECR & goods)

73 Trains

24.5.2020

-

-

10

Best ever Interchanged at BINA (incl Shramik, ECR& goods)

73 Trains

21.5.2020

-

-

11

Best ever goods trains made over at AGD & BINA

53 Trains

29.9.2020

-

-

12

Best ever goods trains made over at AGD

30 Trains

29.9.2020

-

-

13

Best ever divisional interchange

228 Trains

09.11.2020

-

-

   

14

Best ever goods interchange at BZM

44 Trains

09.11.2020

-

-

15

Best ever handing over of goods trains at BZM

25 Trains

09.11.2020

-

-

16

Best ever divisional Through put

10577 Wagons

09.11.2020

-

-

17

Best ever lowest DWB

2434Wagons

08.08.2019

-

-

10.Efforts of BDU

1.During Oct 20 to Jan 21. total 10 rakes of fly Ash have been loaded from LPGU siding for the destination of Punjab and U.P

2.On 24.09.2020 M/S Khaitan fertilizer has loaded 21 BCN of fertilizer from JHSto JEAthis has given anadditional earning of Rs.11,54,405/- andup to Nov.2020 M/s Khaitan has loaded 03 rakes of 21 BCN each of fertilizer.

3During August to October Piece meal loading of POL has also been organized from RPGU.

The details are as under:-

I.August2020-18 BTPN for BSB.

II.August2020-32 BTPN for BPCM

III.October 2020-22 BTPN for BSB.


4On 20.09.2020 11 wagons has been loaded from JHS to RRU as piecemealloadingthis has also given an additional earning of Rs.1,99,915/-


5In sep 2020 total 07 rakes including 06 rakes of DOC and One rake of wheat have been loading from RRU and MRA to the destinations of Bangladeshthis is the best ever DOC loading for Bangladesh.

6.In October 2020 Highest ever 09 Goods rake (5 rakes wheat & 04 rakes of DOC) dispatched for Bangladesh.

7.The food Grainlast loading fromMLAR on 10.03.2019 andRestarted from Nov. 2020 the first rake has been loaded on `11-11-2020 and in current month total 05 rakes of food grain have been loaded.

8.The loading of ballast from KBR has again started and in Nov.2020 the first rake of 45 BOBYN of ballast has beenloaded on 24.11.2020.

9In Dec 2020 division has loadedfirst time Millet(cktjk) from MRA .on 26.11.2020 division has loaded 42BCN Millet (cktjkfrom MRA to the destination of NSZ (BPL) this has given an additional earning of 13.67lac .

10 In Dec 2020 division has first time loaded the Sand commodity from BNDA station .On 28.12.2020 the first rake of sand consisting 21 BoxN have been loaded from BNDA to the destination of BTE RAJ. This has given an additional earning of 11.67 lac.

                Further, in Jan 21 01 full rake of 58 box N of sand has been loaded from KID and this has also given an additional earning of 21.34 lacs


11 During Jan 2021division has loaded 07 rakes (including 04 mini rakes )of food grain for the destination of GIM ,KDLP,SRVA &SAMT etc this has given an additional earning 1.96 crores

11. Efforts of OPTG during the period of Covid-19 Pandemic

11.1 Operationof empty coaching rakes.

Month

Total ECR rakes T/O

Total ECR rakes M/O

May -2020

688

717

June-2020

103

95

Total

791

812

11.2Operationof Shramikspecial trains .

Month

Totals ShramikspecialT/O

Totals Shramik special M/O

May -2020

644

651

June-2020

72

72

Total

716

723

Total termination of Shramik Specials –67

Total Origination of Shramik Specials –71

Total De - boarding of Shramik Specials –62





Source : CMS Team Last Reviewed on: 25-02-2021  


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