The Second Annual Future Rail India Summit was conceptualized by Nispana Innovative Platforms, committed with the objective of bringing together the National Rail Plan of Metro & Indian Railways, in order to supplement its future development.
The First Annual Future Rail India Conference in Feb 2017 constituted excellent speakers from premier railway organizations across several counties, who offered presentations and contributed to the creation of a new level of quality in the Indian Railways sector.
In summary, we can state that this thought provoking event achieved its objective and created a veritable forum for an exchange of views between different professional fields of railway sector, for the discussion of practical issues and for presenting novel innovative solutions, tools and methods.
The recent safety concerns have shaken the image of the railway sector safety. So Indian Railways is
New Delhi: The trials and testing on the 12.64 kilometre long Kalkaji Mandir – Botanical Garden section of Phase 3 has been successfully completed and most of the mandatory clearances required for inviting the Commissioner for Metro Rail Safety (CMRS) to inspect including Fire Safety Clearance, License for Working Lifts, Preliminary Independent Safety Assessment (ISA) Reports for Signalling and Platform Screen Doors, clearances from the Department of Telecommunications etc have been received by DMRC.
The papers for scrutiny and detailed examination by CMRS are under submission to his office and after these are cross checked, examined and scrutinised in depth by the office of CMRS, further action is expected. In addition, since the application involves voluminous data of civil, electrical, signalling and track, DMRC may also have to supply any additional informat
Indian Port Rail Corporation Ltd. (IPRCL), a joint venture of Govt. of India and Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd. (RVNL) invites applications for recruitment of following positions:-
- AGM/JGM/DGM (Project) – 06 posts
- AGM/JGM/DGM (S&T) – 01 post
- Manager/Asstt. Manager (HR) – 01 post
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Lucknow: Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation‘s (LMRC) principal advisor E Sreedharanon Tuesday advised the Metro officials to implement austerity measures to control the expenses on maintenance and operations as the project is yet to start making profit.
Dr. E. Sreedharan, Principal Advisor, LMRC, visited Lucknow Metro and reviewed the progress of the project for the entire 23 km long North –South Corridor (Phase 1A) from Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport to Munshipulia. Shri Kumar Keshav, Managing Director and other Directors accompanied him throughout his visit and briefed him about the progress of this prestigious Metro project.
During his visit, Sreedharan also reviewed the progress of 23km-long North – South Corridor (Phase 1A) from Chaudhary Charan Sin
Madhepura: ALSTOM today successfully commenced production at its greenfield electric locomotive manufacturing facility in India. Located at Madhepura, in the state of Bihar, it is Alstom’s first electric locomotive manufacturing facility in the country, set to transform the heavy freight transport landscape in the country.
Commencing production on schedule, the construction of the plant is a remarkable achievement in the construction of greenfield facilities in the country. The Prima T8 (WAG12) locomotive, which will be produced in this new factory, is part of Alstom’s Prima range of locomotives and has been specially adapted for Indian network. The first two car body shells have already arrived at Madhepura and will be soon fitted and assembled at the plant. The first locomotive will be ready for roll-out early next year. The first 5 locomotives by 2019 followed by 35 loc
Metro Link Express for Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad Co. Limited (MEGA) invites applications from qualified and experienced candidates for appointment of
following middle level management positions on contract basis:-
- Manager (Civil) – 02 posts
- Asstt. Manager (Civil) – 02 posts
- Asstt. Manager (AFC) – 01 post
- Asstt. Manager (HR) – 01 post
- Asstt. Manager (RR) – 01 post
How to apply:-
- Applicants should download application format from the link given below, fill up the same and send the application through email only at firstname.lastname@example.org along with the scanned copies of latest CV, payslips & testimonials on or before 23.10.2017.
- Call letters for interview will be issued to shortlisted applicants indicating Time, Date and Venue
New Delhi: The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) on Monday refused to defer metro fare hike despite Delhi chief minister Kejriwal’s opposition to it. The board members discussed Kejriwal’s proposal but decided to go ahead with recommendations of Fare Fixation Committee (FCC), to be made effective from October 10.
Nominee directors of the Delhi government conveyed that the CM wanted the postponement of the fare hike and formation of a new FFC. The Board was informed that under Section 37 of the Metro Railways (Operation and Maintenance) Act, 2002, recommendations of the FFC are binding on metro rail authorities.
Subsequently, the Board noted that it does not have the authority to consider/defer implementation of the recommendations of the FFC.
Kejriwal had written to the Housing and Urban Affairs (HUA) Ministry to issue a direction to Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to put on hold the proposed hike in fares, as recommended by 4th Fare Fixation Committee (FCC).