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60 Free Essays on Indian Railway

  1. Transformation of Infrastructure in Indian Railways: an Imperative Study Suruchi, Research Scholar

    Transformation of Infrastructure in Indian Railways: An Imperative Study ------------------------------------------------- Suruchi, Research Scholar ------------------------------------------------- and ------------------------------------------------- Dr. Seema Dhawan Research Supervisor...

  2. Mampower Planning

    THE STUDY OF MANPOWER PLANNING IN SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY Research Supervisor: Prof: P. Balaji Prasad. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- INTRODUCTION: INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN RAILWAYS:  Indian Railways 4th...

  3. Performance of East Coast Ailway

    “ Performance Assessment Of ECoR” (East Coast Railway) Introduction- “Indian railway is one of the most studied institution in the world, for almost every conceivable question that can be asked, there already exist a comprehensive and rigorous report that lays out the fact...

  4. Railway India

    BISM Project Indian railways Under the guidance of Assistant Professor Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode Report submitted by Executive Summary . Centre for Railway Information Systems (CRIS) Centre for Railway...

  5. Cas Indian railways

    Journal of Information Technology (2009) 24, 392–400 & 2009 JIT Palgrave Macmillan All rights reserved 0268-3962/09 palgrave-journals.com/jit/ Teaching Case Competing technology options and stakeholder interests for tracking freight railcars in Indian Railways Shirish C Srivastava1...

  6. How Indian Railways Impact the 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...

  7. Indian Railways

    Indian Trains | India is a vast country, where ample means of transport are essential to travel through its expanse. In the present day, India is coming up with latest techniques, gizmos and gadgets to beat the tough competition of the times. The Railways or trains are an important means of...

  8. 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...

  9. 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...

  10. Railways

    Organization Overview The Ministry of Railways under Government of India controls Indian Railways. The Ministry is headed by Union Minister who is generally supported by a Minster of State. The Railway Board consisting of six members and a chairman reports to this top hierarchy. The railway zones...

  11. The Tweed Ring

    significant 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...

  12. Indian Railways

    Indian Railways (Hindi: भारतीय रेल Bhāratīya Rail), abbreviated as IR (Hindi: भा.रे.), is the state-owned railway company of India, which owns and operates most of the country's rail transport. It is overseen by the Ministry of Railways of the Government of India. Indian Railways has more than...

  13. 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...

  14. Tourism in the Southwest

    Company was very much the greatest tourism agent in the southwest region with the relationship between them and the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway. As Dilworth states in his writing, Seeing and Being Seen, of chapter seven, Tourists and Indians In Fred Harvey’s Southwest, “During this...

  15. Apush Outline

    14. Development of the West, in the Late Nineteenth Century Expansion and development of western railroads • The first railroads were built in 1851 • The Pacific Railway Act set the standard and the tone of railroad “trunk line” development: - Federal land grants to railroads...

  16. Toilets in Trains in India

    .Different reports and statistical data is attached with it to support the research. [NCRD’S STERLING INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES] Page 9 [RESEARCH METHODLOGY] (2008-09) PROBLEM Indian Railways (IR) runs 8700 passenger trains, reaching about 7000 stations and handling approximately 1.6...

  17. Hello Son

    South, 1860-1890 (1978) Scott Reynolds, Iron Confederacies: Southern Railways, Klan Violence and Reconstruction (1999) *James Roark, Masters without Slaves: Southern Planters in the Civil War and Reconstruction (1977) Mark W. Summers, The Era of Good Stealings (1993) Primary Sources...

  18. Local Trains

    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. Since then there has been no...

  19. Analysis of Terrorism in India

    5 Indian Railways 6 Air India Flight 182 7 Chronology of major incidents 8 References 9 Notes 10 See also 11 External links Western IndiaOrganizations listed as terrorist groups by India Northeastern India National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Isak-Muivah (NSCN-IM) Naga...

  20. 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...

  21. Trees; Nature's Gift to Man

    never hope to progress and flourish. A city - life is more prone to all these evils than the peaceful and placid country life. It is precisely for this reason that it is said “God made the country and made the town” 10.An Hour On A Railway Platform The Indian railway is one of the largest in...

  22. Railways

    indian railway vs russian railways. (0.22 seconds) Search ResultsIndian Railways Institute of Civil Engineers Takes Notice of ...Aug 21, 2007 ... Indian Railways Institute of Civil Engineers Discusses Garbage Problem ... that my essay on the huge garbage problem on Indian Railways was...

  23. Turnaround Strategy of Railway

    History of Indian Railways Introduced in the country in 1853 by the British. 53 kms between Mumbai and Thane The Indian Railways (IR) has a network spread over 63,000 route kms. and 7000 stations 12 million passengers and more than 1.2 million tonnes of freight daily 40 per cent of the...

  24. Mumbai - Essay 1

    with Indian Railways needing 40 for victory from 36 deliveries. Siddiqui had gone for 34 in his first spell of four overs and an expensive over or two from him could well have seen the well-set Jacob Martin (71, 98b, 6x4) and the dependable Yere Goud (41, 44b, 1x4) pull it off in their opening...

  25. 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...

  26. Business case

     2012 Passenger Reservation System in Indian Railway Submitted By: Prashant Gupta Enrollment No: 11810058 Department of Management Studies, IIT Rookee Contents Introduction...

  27. The British East India Company

    the headquarters of theGreat Indian Peninsular Railway. Since then, the station came to be known as Bombay VT. The Gateway of India was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Bombay, prior to the Delhi Durbar, in December 1911. The foundation stone was laid on 31 March...

  28. Rail

    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...

  29. Railways in Indai

    Railways in India The need for a railway system in India had been felt since the first days of the railways. Lord Dalhousie was the first to propose the idea. The vast distances involved, in league with the political, strategic and economic considerations let to the formation of the Indian Railways...

  30. Csr Railaway

    Corporate Social ResponsibilityInitiatives by Indian Railways CSR-Concept  Ethical behavior of a company (or business) towards society.  Engaging directly with society and identifying their needs.  Integrating Social Needs with Business goals and strategy.  Govt. Perception of CSR Business...