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Presentation of W.C.Railway. At Rail Bhawan On 12.4.13. Key Features. WCR was formed on the 1 st April, 2003. 3 Divisions - Jabalpur , Bhopal & Kota Total Route Kms-2964.84, Track Kms-6097.96 Serves Madhya Pradesh (71%), Rajasthan (27%) and small part of Uttar Pradesh(2%). 100% BG

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presentation of w c railway

Presentation of W.C.Railway

At Rail Bhawan

On 12.4.13

key features
Key Features
  • WCR was formed on the 1st April, 2003.
  • 3 Divisions - Jabalpur , Bhopal & Kota
  • Total Route Kms-2964.84, Track Kms-6097.96
  • Serves Madhya Pradesh (71%), Rajasthan (27%) and small part of Uttar Pradesh(2%).
  • 100% BG
  • No uneconomical Branch line.
key features1
Key Features
  • Total Staff- 57134
  • Total Stations- 294
  • Loading for 12-13= 36.57 MT
  • Main Commodities- Cement, Fertiliser & Food Grain.
major operational routes
Major Operational Routes
  • Katni – Singrauli single line section
    • Coal traffic. 14 new projects ,additional Traffic of 26.5 MT(Outward) & 18.4 MT (Inward) expected by 2016-17.
  • Bina-Katni section
    • Connecting East – West corridor for freight.
    • Coal traffic and empties to SECR.
    • NKJ is important interchange point and 2nd biggest yard
  • Mathura- Nagda Section
    • Rajdhani Route , Container traffic
  • Bina-Itarsi Section
    • Rajdhani Route
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Major Assets

  • CRWS Bhopal
      • Main activity – MLR of coaches
      • Target outturn per month : 50 Coaches
  • WRS Kota
      • Main activity - POH and rehabilitation of all freight stock including POH of LPG tank wagons
      • Target outturn per month : 405 wagons
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Major Assets (contd..)

  • Diesel Loco Shed , New KatniJn
      • Holding : 186 locos
      • Berthing capacity : 28locos
  • Diesel Loco Shed, Itarsi
      • Holding : 167locos
      • Berthing capacity : 28 locos
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Major Assets (contd..)

  • Electric Loco Shed ,Tuglakabad
      • Holding : 181 locos
      • Berthing capacity : 18locos
  • Electric Loco Shed ,Itarsi
      • Holding : 173 locos
      • Berthing capacity : 21 locos
  • Electric Loco Shed , New KatniJn
      • Holding : 198 locos
      • Berthing capacity : 21 locos

Total Electric loco holding is 552 which is highest on IR

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Major Assets (contd..)

  • ROH Depot , New KatniJn
      • -Main activity – ROH of BOXN wagons
      • -Target outturn per month : 525 Wagons
  • ROH Depot ,Satna
      • -Main activity – ROH of BCN wagons
      • -Target outturn per month : 85 Wagons
  • Fuelling Point, Satna
    • -Biggest Fuelling point on Indian Railway
    • -Storage Capacity- 3776 Kl
    • -370 Locos /day fuelled
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Major Assets (contd..)

  • ROH Depot Kota
    • Main activity – ROH of BCN wagons
    • Target outturn per month : 30 Wagons
  • ROH Depot ,Itarsi
    • Main activity – ROH of BOXN wagons
    • Target outturn per month : 55 Wagons
slide11

Earnings and Expenditure

Ratio of Net Revenue to Capital-at-charge & investment from Capital Fund

Indian Railways (12-13) - 8.6%

W.C.Railways (12-13) - 57.9%

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Best Practices and Innovations

  • Salary through Banks
    • 100% salary payment achieved in 7 out of 9 units of WCR.
    • Overall percentage of payment through banks is 91.55% .
    • Cash Office
      • Post surrendered -13, Supernumerary -29
  • De-centralisation of PRIME
    • PRIME has been extended to major depots and unit offices for feeding of PRIME data .
    • This has reduced the travelling of staff for data entry to Divisional /HQrs.
best practices and innovations
Best Practices and Innovations
  • PPO validation
    • 100% Completed.
    • Total number of pensioners - 60642 .
    • Rs 11.05 Crs recovery detected as overpayment , Rs 5.65 Crs already credited by various banks.
  • Penal interest on SBI
    • For late credit of cash in Railway’s Focal Point Account with RBI.
    • Rs 8.68 Crs raised during last 6 years, Rs 2.51 Crsrealised.
best practices and innovations1
Best Practices and Innovations
  • Electronic Payment of Imprest
    • Through Imprest card / by opening current account for imprest holders.
    • Resulted in quick disbursal of imprest.
  • Payment through NEFT
    • Contractual / suppliers bills - 100% through NEFT
    • Other miscellaneous payment like MPSEB bills, PF withdrawal, Telephone bills, payment to Institutes, Settlement dues etc are also being paid through NEFT.
best practices and innovations2
Best Practices and Innovations
  • Reduction in number of Cheques
    • These measures have reduced the nos. of cheques.
      • June’11 - 4511
      • March’12- 3409
      • March’13- 2198
  • SMS Feedback
    • Feedback through SMS at the stage of passing of bills .
    • SMS to all employees/firms for payment of salary, PF ,bills etc.
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Best Practices and Innovations (Traffic)

  • Manpower
    • SO-21, staff-60, Total -81.
  • E-Payment
    • About 70% freight is being collected through E-payment facilities .
    • All sidings are covered under E-payment facilities .
  • ComputerisedRR generation
    • RR generation is 100% through FOIS .
    • Through 55 TMS and 69 nodal locations.
slide18

Best Practices and Innovations (Traffic)

  • Generation of 7-A statement
    • Directly from FOIS data since Sept’12.
    • Ensured expeditious finalisation of 7-A statement .
  • Submission Of Balance Sheets
    • WCR is first Railway to implement the advanced submission of all Balance Sheets on 7th of following month.
    • Improved the accuracy of Single Account Current.
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Best Practices and Innovations(Stores)

  • E-Auction
    • Implemented from June’12 .
    • Against the target of Rs 5 Crs for the month of Dec’12, E-Auction for Rs 20.4 Crs was achieved.
  • Collection of auction money through RTGS
    • Through a pooling account with SBI .
    • First Railway to achieve 100% for regular auction.
best practices and innovations stores
Best Practices and Innovations (Stores)
  • Implemented Cheque Module in MMIS
    • Cheque printing in MMIS in place of AFRES.
    • To ensure matching of data in Purchase Suspense Module.
  • E-procurement
    • 100% implemented.
    • Implemented for Stores as well as track procurement.
challenges
Challenges
  • Decentralised operation of PRIME/AFRES
    • Different units are using Client based/ Web based architecture and have their own AMC.
    • This has resulted in different versions of PRIME/AFRES running in various units.
    • Security of System/Data is a major concern.
    • Data/Reports are not available at one location.
    • Proliferation of PRIME/AFRES will further compound the problem.
    • A proposal of centralised PRIME/AFRES was submitted to Board for 13-14 but not sanctioned.