WELCOME TO THE PRESENTATION on. National Rail Vikas Yojana. Government of India has conceived a massive investment plan for rail sector to eliminate capacity bottlenecks on Golden Quadrilateral and Diagonals to provide
WELCOMETO THEPRESENTATION on
Government of India has conceived a massive investment plan for rail sector to
eliminate capacity bottlenecks on Golden Quadrilateral and Diagonals to provide
strategic rail communication links to ports, construction of mega-bridges for improving
communication to the hinterland and development of multi-modal transport corridors.
This initiative has been given the name of National Rail Vikas Yojana. Hon'ble Prime Minister announced the Yojana in his speech delivered on the Independence Day in 2002 and formally launched it on 26th December, 2002. National Rail Vikas Yojana comprises the following investment planning components:
Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (RVNL), is a Special Purpose Vehicle created to undertake project development, mobilization of financial resources and implement projects pertaining to strengthening of Golden Quadrilateral and Port Connectivity.
It is the first major non-budgetary initiative for creating rail transport capacity ahead of demand and on a commercial format. RVNL has been registered as a company under Companies Act 1956 on 24.1.2003.
It is a wholly owned Government company under the provisions of Section 617 of Companies Act. Certificate of Incorporation was obtained on 24.1.2003.
RVNL is assigned the following functions:
To emerge as most efficient rail infrastructure provider with sound financial base and global construction practices for timely completion of projects.
Rail Vikas Nigam Limited was set up with twin objectives of mobilization of private and market funds and implement Railway Projects on fast track basis.
RVNL has gained significant hands on experience in private partnerships, dealing with multilateral agency like ADB, understanding their procedures and guidelines and utilization of multilateral funds for Railway Projects and execution of large contracts involving significant planning and project management and delivery of projects in a time bound manner
The experience gained by RVNL is unique. Challenge before Indian Railways is to execute large number of projects on fast track basis to quickly augment capacity on the over saturated network.
Keeping in view, likely manifold increase in construction activity and need to
implement projects in a tighter time schedule, RVNL will have to play a key
role in removing capacity bottlenecks and implementation of projects. Based
on the experience gained so far, RVNL need to be assigned the following role
RVNL is implementing rail projects primarily through following models:
The following projects are being planned for implementation through
creation of Project specific Special Purpose Vehicle (SPVs) having equity participation by both strategic and financial investors.
1 Pakni-Solapur Doubling
2 Diva-Kalyan 5th & 6th Line
3 Panvel-Jasai JNPT Doubling
4 Gurup-Saktigarh Extn. of 3rd Line
5 Pullampet-Balapalle Ph I of Gooty-
6 Gandhidham-Palanpur Gauge Conversion
7 Kharagpur (Nimpura)-Bhubaneswar
8 Bhubaneswar-Kottavalasa Elect
9 Talchar-Cuttack-Paradeep doubling with 2nd bridge on rivers Birupa and Mahanadi
10 Daitari-Banspani New line
11 Pakni-Mohol Doubling
12 Panskura-Haldia Ph I Doubling
13 Barauni-Tilrath Bypass Doubling
14 Arasikere-Hassan-Mangalore Gauge Conversion
15 Cuddalore-Salem Gauge Conversion
16 Delhi-Rewari Gauge Conversion
1 New-Delhi-Tilak Bridge 5th & 6th Line
2 Attipattu-Korukkupet 3rd Line Doubling
3 Pattabiram-Tiruvallur 4th Line
4 Gooty-Renigunta Patch Doubling
5 Renigunta-Guntakal Electrification
6 Tomka-Banspani RE
7 Bilaspura-Urkura 3rd Line Doubling
8 Pune-Guntakal Rly.Electrification
9 Raichur-Guntakal Doubling
10 Palwal-Bhuteswar 3rd Line Doubling
11 Aligarh-Ghaziabad 3rd Line Doubling
13 Panskura-Kharagpur 3rd Line Doubling
14 Rajatgarh-Barang Doubling
15 Raipur-Titlagarh Doubling and many more
Vigilance Unit, Rail Vikas Nigam Limited is the nodal section for handling all vigilance matters of the Rail Vikas Nigam Limited. The Chief Vigilance Officer heads this unit. The CVO is assisted by two Assistant Managers. The vigilance unit works under the Ministry of Railways and coordinates with Central Vigilance Commission (CVC).
The role of vigilance in RVNL is multifarious. It undertakes preventive vigilance, punitive vigilance and system improvement. The Vigilance Unit also arranges Vigilance Awareness programmes. The Vigilance Unit organizes Vigilance Awareness Week celebrated every year as per guidelines of CVC. Vigilance Bulletins are also published regularly providing information on vigilance awareness.