For the month of December
Cumulative upto December
% Var Over
% Var Over
Total Goods Earning
Coal: Loading only for TTPS Sidings as compared to last year’s loading was for TTPS, PRLI, BSL & Odha.
Container: Due to collision of two ships near Mumbai Port Trust area on 08.08.2010, JNPT stopped their operation from 08.08.2010 to 15.08.2010, which had an cascading effect on the container loading and causing reduction in total Goods earning and also due to Gujjar Agitation from 20.12.2010 to 04.01.2011 that adversely effected container loading.
Other Commodity: Closure of Ispat Industries affecting loading from Pen & KLMG.
- Performance Efficiency Index (PEI):
Variation over target
% variation over last year
REASONS FOR DROP IN PASSENGER EARNINGS:
• CIDCO Charges:
This Year Passenger Earnings does not include CIDCO Charges as against last year amounting to Rs. 22.74Crores.
• Agitation / Hunger Strike by Motormen:
Loss of Revenue for the Agitation / Hunger Strike by Motorman from 03.05.10 to 04.05.10 in Mumbai Division. Loss of Revenue Rs. 1.75 Crores.
• Bharat Bandh:
Loss of Revenue in Mumbai Division of Rs. 1.26 Crores, due to call of Bharat Bandh on 05.07.2010.
• Maoist Attack in South East Railway:
Cancellation & Rescheduling of Trains running towards Howrah due to Maoists attack in South East Railway from 27th May, 2010 till date. Loss of Revenue approx Rs. 5 Crores.
• Land Slide in Konkan line:
Cancellation of Mail/Express Trains passing through KRCL, due to Land Slide at NEWSAR, between Ratnagiri and Madgaon from 22nd July, 2010 to 05th August, 2010. Loss of Revenue approx Rs. 10 Crores.
• Less running of Special Trains:
1,823 Special Trains were run as against 2,208 during the corresponding period of the last year, causing Loss of Revenue of Rs. 8.5Crores.
• New Tatkal Policy:
New Tatkal Policy w.e.f. 01.10.2009: The Tatkal Charges have been fixed as a percentage of fare @ of 10% of basic fare for second class & 30% of basic fare for all other classes subject to minimum & maximum as given below:
Due to which an estimated loss of Rs. 24 Crores in Central Railway’s Earnings. Out of which 80% to 90% belongs to Mumbai Division.
Maximum number of trains originates from Mumbai and hence adversely affected in earnings due to new policy.
Previously Tatkal Tickets were issued from Originating to Destination Station only (End to End) from Mumbai, whereas, it is now available from intermediate station to any station.
E – Ticket Refund:
The quantum of tickets issued through E – Ticketing system has increased significantly from 22% last year to 33% in the current year. The waitlisted tickets issued through E-Ticketing gets cancelled automatically after charting if it remains in waitlist, thereby causing loss of revenue.