Free Essays on Indian Railway

  1. Railways in india

    CHAPTER I COLONIAL POWER AND THE INTRODUCTION OF RAILWAYS IN INDIA Transport is an important infrastructure inevitable for the developmental process of a country. The progress of a country depends upon the availability of a viable system of transport facilities. Without proper means of transport...

  2. indian railways

    Indian Railways Growth, Sustenance and the Leap Forward Ankit Gupta Vidya Bhat 2003CS10153 2004BB50025 The Turnaround Story Earnings and Expenses Data source – Year Books, Ministry of Railways (1987-88 to 2005-06) The Turnaround Story Operating Ratio Data source – Year Books...

  3. Indian Railways

    INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN RAILWAYS Indian Railways, a historical legacy, are a vital force in our economy. The first railway on Indian sub-continent ran from Bombay to Thane on 16th April 1853. Fourteen railway carriages carried about 400 guests from Bombay to Thane covering a distance of 21 miles (34...

  4. Cas Indian railways

    tracking freight railcars in Indian Railways Shirish C Srivastava1, Sharat S Mathur 2, Thompson SH Teo3 1 Operations Management and Information Technology Department, HEC School of Management, Paris, France; Centre for Railway Information Systems, Indian Railways, New Delhi, India; 3 School...

  5. Indian Railways

    Indian Railways From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the organisation. For general information on railways in India, see Rail transport in India. Indian Railways भारतीय रेल "Lifeline to the Nation" Type Public sector undertaking Industry Railways Founded 16 April 1853 (162 years...

  6. regulation in Indian Railways sector

    Railways sector in India Indian railways started its 53km journey between Mumbai and Thane on April 16, 1853 and is today one of the largest railways in the world. Indian railway is spread over 109,221km covering 6906 stations. Operating three gauges, trains in India carry over 481 billion ton kilometers...

  7. Tourism in the Southwest

    took place in Albuquerque, New Mexico as four tourists from a Santa Fe train stopped off at Albuquerque to enjoy the sights and sounds of the Pueblo Indian culture. They miss their train and embark on the excitement the new soon to be tourist attraction. The film shows the accurate days in Albuquerque...

  8. Indian Sepoy Rebellion

    Indian rebellion of 1857. Brutal execution of Indian soldiers who participated in the Indian rebellion of 1857 by British cannons 1857–1858 was a period of armed uprising and rebellions in mostly northern and central India against British colonial rule on the subcontinent. The war brought about the...

  9. Indian Railways

    Indian Railways (reporting mark IR) is an Indian state-owned enterprise, owned and operated by the Government of India through the Ministry of Railways. It is one of the world's largest railway networks comprising 115,000 km (71,000 mi) of track over a route of 65,000 km (40,000 mi) and 7,500 stations...

  10. Study on Indian Railways

    Railways in Colonial India: An Economic Achievement? Dan Bogart* Latika Chaudhary† May 2012 1 Introduction Railways were the most important infrastructure development in India from 1850 to 1947. They were inter-connected with all aspects of Indian society...

  11. Indian Constitution

    India 1949 (rev. 2002) Page 3 constituteproject.org PDF generated: 19 Sep 2013, 12:58 8 Rights of citizenship of certain persons of Indian origin residing outside India Notwithstanding anything in article 5, any person who or either of whose parents or any of whose grand-parents was born...

  12. The Tweed Ring

    profit. Because there was no liability, it didn't matter whether the railroad actually got built. It took partial profits from the building of the railways. He invested in the building other than the running because building would make more profit than just running the trains. The company attracted many...

  13. Turnaround of Indian Railways

    Turn Around of Indian Railways Micro Economics Assignment Contents Railways 3 Indian Railways 3 Causes for decline in performance 3 Diagnostics, Recommendations and Initiatives taken by Indian Railways 4 Outcome 5 Domain Analysis 7 Passengers Domain 7 Freight Domain 7 Other Domains...

  14. Indian Railway Problems

    Contact Numbers | Office of the Minister of Railways | Dr. C. P. Joshi  mr@rb.railnet.gov.in | Minister (Addl. Charge) | +91 11 23386645,23381213 ( Off.)  +91 11 23387333 (Fax) +91 11 23383676 (Fax) | | | Office of the Minister of State for Railways | Shri K. H. Muniyappa  khmuni@sansad.nic...

  15. Indian Acts

    delivery of them; iv. "document of title to goods" includes bill of lading dock-warrant, warehouse keeper's certificate, wharfingers' certificate, railway receipt, 4[multimodal transport document,] warrant or order for the delivery of goods and any other document used in the ordinary course of business...

  16. Indian Railways

    PROJECT REPORT ON: [pic] “INDIAN RAILWAYS” [pic] TABLE OF CONTENTS | I |ACKNOWLEDGEMENT |2 | |1 |INTRODUCTION ...

  17. The British East India Company

    stars. You can get excellent views from the top. Christ the King Church:  Commissioned by French clergymen this church was designed and built by an Indian mason in 1933. It is a fine example of gothic architecture standing majestically in the middle of Loyola College campus. It has pointed arches, ribbed...

  18. Indian Railways - a Perspective

    Indian Railways is one of the largest systems in the world. It is also one of the very few railway systems in the world generating operating surpluses. With a modest beginning in India on April 16, 1853, when the first wheels rolled on rails from Bombay to Thane, the Indian Railways has emerged today...

  19. Mumbai - Essay 1

    Maharashtra registered a thrilling 95-92 victory over South Central Railway in the men's round-robin league of the second Savio Cup-Don Bosco all India basketball championship at the Don Bosco School court, Matunga, here. Meanwhile, Central Railway women defeated Maharashtra 81-34 helped by Indu's all-court...

  20. amar jawan

     The Palace on Wheels is a . It was launched by the Indian Railways to promote tourism in Rajasthan, and has been highly popular since its launch. Palace on Wheels comprises 14 deluxe air-conditioned saloons, completely self-sufficient and tastefully equipped to impress modern travellers. Each compartment...

  21. Toilets in Trains in India

    METHODLOGY] (2008-09) PROBLEM Indian Railways (IR) runs 8700 passenger trains, reaching about 7000 stations and handling approximately 1.6 crore passengers per day. One of the commitments of the IR in its 'Citizen's Charter on Passenger Services' on Indian railway‟s is to provide safe and dependable...

  22. Mis Indian Railways

    Table of Contents INTRODUCTION 3 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE INDIAN RAILWAYS 4 LEVELS OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS 6 NEED OF CRIS 7 1. Freight Operations Information Systems (FOIS) 8 2. Passenger Reservation System (PRS) 11 3. National Train Enquiry Service (NTES) 13 4. Booking Of Tickets On The...

  23. Case on Indian Railway

    Monopoly of Indian Railways : IIM Case Study By: Yogin Vora on May 13, 2009 22 Comments Business internet connection Internet Marketing Business Cards In economics, a monopoly (from the Latin word monopolium – Greek language monos, one + polein, to sell) is defined as a persistent...

  24. Role of Railways in Indian Economy

    Indian Railways has a wide network throughout the nation. With the help of this widely spread railway networks, you can reach any place of India. Both passengers and freight can be transported to anywhere of India by the help of Indian Railways. This also creates impact on the Indian Economy. This article...

  25. Mis Indian Railway

    of evolution of MIS in Indian Railways over last two decades INTRODUCTION: Indian Railways is one of the world's largest railway networks with a history of 150 years. Governed by Ministry of Railways, it traverses across the entire length and breadth of the nation. Railways were first introduced in...

  26. Indian Railway

    On INDIAN RAILWAYS Submitted by: Dhruti Badami 11BSPHH010XXX Nikhil Goyal 11BSPHH01XXX Contents Page Introduction Marketing Mix SWOT Analysis Market Segmentation Market Targeting Market Positioning The Way Forward INTRODUCTION Indian Railways is the...

  27. Indian Railways Analysis

    | Indian Railways | Prepared By | | Mahesh G | | | Contents Scope: 2 Indian Railways - Background: 2 Market Structure: 6 Conclusion: 9 Bibliography: 10 Scope: This brief study aims at analyzing the market structure of Indian Railways. It starts with the history of...

  28. Indian Railway

    Synopsis The Indian railways is the second largest rail network in the world and serves over 13 million people daily. It is one of the first government organisations to be computerised in 60’s and took a major jump in Management of Information Systems in 2002. The major driver for this jump was the...

  29. Intern Report

    ABOUT RITES LTD. RITES Ltd., a Government of India Enterprise was established in 1974, under the aegis of Indian Railways. RITES is incorporated in India as a Public Limited Company under the Companies Act, 1956 and is governed by a Board of Directors which includes...

  30. Revamping Indian Railways

    | Indian Railways Whistles for a Turnaround | Team Members | | Rahul Krishnan : Team LeaderYugesh GobjiSiddika SaveGaurav JaiswalSameer Shinde | | | Introduction: Indian Railways is one of the largest railways networks in the world covering a distance of over 65,000 km. It is...