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IMPORTANT ACHIEVEMENTS : 2010

 

2010

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New Booking Office opened at Akola at North side on 1st January 2010 to issue un-reserved tickets through UTS.

 

 

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Two Intermediate Block Home Signals have been commissioned in BGN-KTP and KTP-MZR sections on 20/2/2010 and 22/2/2010 respectively.

 

 

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New Foot Over Bridge have been commissioned at Nagardeola, Kajgaon and Paras in Feb’10.

 

 

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FOIS terminal has been commissioned in Badnera Yard in March’10.

 

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IBH commissioned in YAD-BGN block section on 17/3/2010.

 

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With the commissioning of ROB, L/C Gate No. 04 in MZR-YTL NG section at Kms 624/0-1 between Murtizapur Town-Kinkhed stations closed for road traffic from 12/4/2010.

 

 

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With the commissioning of ROB, L/C Gate No. 21/B in CSN-DHI section at Kms 382/1 closed for road traffic from 18/4/2010.

 

 

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RMS (Rake Management System) commissioned at Malkapur Goods Shed on 29/04/2010.

 

 

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RMS (Rake Management System) commissioned at Khamgaon Goods Shed on 30/04/2010.

 

 

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TMS commissioned at Dhule Goods Shed on 5/5/2010.

 

 

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JTBS (Janasadharan Ticket Booking System) commissioned at Shegaon on 6/6/2010.

 

 

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Niphad – 1st FOB launched in June’10.

 

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Raver-Rail level Platform raised to high level to accommodate 24-coach trains on 1/7/2010.

 

 

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SMS Inquiry ‘Alert-cum-Grievance System’ introduced on the division on 8/7/2010.

 

 

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Terminal Management System (TMS) commissioned at Inland Container Depot Bhusaval on 19/7/2010.

 

 

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Train Management System (TMS) commissioned at Goods Shed, Bhusaval on 9/8/2010.

 

 

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Level Crossing No. 21/B of Dhule station closed to road traffic on 30/8/2010, as ROB provided & became functional.

 

 

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Terminal Management System (TMS) commissioned at GDSG Manmad on 25/9/2010.

 

 

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Train Management System (TMS) commissioned at FCI Siding, Manmad and Gaigaon stations on 25/10/2010.

 

 

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Level Crossing Gate No. 98 between NR-KBSN stations interlocked on 2/11/2010.

 

 

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Video Conferencing between DRM & GM facility provided on 15/11/2010.

 

 

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IPScommissioned at 05 locations i.e. LC-32, LC-115/B, KUM-B, KUM-A & PNV-B in Dec’10.

 

 

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Tohave quick communication, 1106 Nos CUG mobile SIM cards provided to Loco Pilots & Guards in Dec’10.



SALIENT FEATURES

 

ØBHUSAVAL division has a route kilometer of 740 Kms. on B.G. & 244 Kms. on N.G. and is at the heart of Railway operations of Central Railway due to its location.The division is also connected with Western Railway at Jalgaon& Khandwa, with South Central Railway at Akola, Khandwa and Manmad and with W.C.Rly. at Khandwa.

 

ØThe Division is divided into three main sections viz. Bhusaval-Igatpuri, Bhusaval-Khandwa and Bhusaval-Badnera sections.All the trains are worked with AC/Diesel traction.

 

ØBHUSAVAL Division deals mostly with through traffic and has to function as a buffer Division as it is required to regulate the traffic as per the needs of adjoining Divisions in the event of any operating problems. BHUSAVAL Division has to undertake the job of speedy movement of Box, Jumbo and Oil tank rakes for timely feeding to Power plants, Goods sheds and Oil depots.

 

ØThe Division falls in the jurisdiction of two states namely, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. It serves the Civil Districts of Nasik, Dhule, Jalgaon, Buldhana (Malkapur), Akola, Amravati and Yeotmal in Maharashtra. In Madhya Pradesh it serves Khandwa and Burhanpur Districts. The Divisional Commissioners are located at Nasik and Amravati.

 

ØThree Major powerhouses at Nasik (5 units with total Capacity 910 MW having Coal Consumption of 13,000 MT/day), BHUSAVAL (3 units with total Capacity 482.5 MW having Coal Consumption of 7,200 MT/day) and Paras (One unit with total Capacity 62.5 MW having Coal Consumption of 950 MT/day) are situated within the Division. Consistent flow of coal rakes has to be maintained for the powerhouses. Coal traffic for some powerhouses in Gujarat also passes through BHUSAVAL Division.

 

ØThe Division deals with outward traffic of POL, Onions, Sugar, Food grains, De-Oiled Cakes, Grains & Pulses. The revenue earning traffic of Raw Plantain, Coaching rated Grape traffic and Military / Ordnance traffic from Devlali, Nasik and Bhusaval are also handled.The important goods sheds on the Division are Nasik, Manmad, Nandgaon, Dhule, Jalgaon, Akola, Khamgaon, Badnera and Khandwa.

 

ØBHUSAVAL Division has undulating gradient in all the three sections. Loaded stock of 40 BCN/BCX with WAG-5 and 58 BOXN with WAG-7 locomotive requires banking in:

 

§BSL-KNW section between NPNR to DGN (19.33 Kms) due to risinggradient of 1 in 110.

 

§KNW-BSL section between KNW to DGN (23.21 Kms) due to rising gradient of 1 in 150.

 

§BSL–BD section between VNA to BDWD (18.27 Kms) due to rising gradient of 1 in 132.

 

§BSL–IGP section between NGN – SUM (36 Kms) due to rising gradient of 1 in 150 provided train shall run through at KJ, VGL, CSN, HPR, NI and PKE stations.Otherwise, banking is required to be done right from KJ to SUM(97 Kms).

 

§IGP–BSL section between IGP to AV (24.96 Kms) due to rising gradient of 1 in 110.

 

§Loaded stock of 40 BCN/BCX with single WDM-2 and 58 BOXN with Multiple WDM-2 locomotive requires banking in MMR–ANK section between MMR to ANK (13.11 Kms) due to rising gradient of 1 in 100.




Source : Central Railway / Indian Railways Portal CMS Team Last Reviewed on: 05-09-2011  


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