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Ministry of Railways
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Working expense is the expenditure incurred in connection with the administration, operation, maintenance and repairs of lines opened for traffic. This also includes appropriation to Pension Fund and the contribution made to the Depreciation Reserve Fund to meet the cost of replacements and renewals.
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Last Updated: 01/09/15
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Ministry of Railways
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Wagon usage statistics throw adequate light on most economic and judicious use of wagon available with the system. To ensure that the carrying capacity is fully utilised, move as much as possible and remain in good fettle, the following wagon usage statistics are compiled - (i) Wagon kilometres per wagon day figure is arrived at by dividing the kilometrage run by loaded and empty wagons, excluding brake vans and empty departmental wagons, by the wagon days. Wagon days are worked out by multiplying the average number of wagons on line daily by the number of days. This unit will give an idea of the efficient and economical use of the wagon stock available. (ii) Net tonne kilometres per wagon day unit is arrived at by dividing the net tonne kilometres by the wagon days on line. This result is the product of mobility and loading. (iii) Wagon turn round means the average time that it takes for a wagon to go through on complete cycle of loading, movement to destination, un-loading and next loading. In other words, it is also the interval in days between two successive loadings. (iv) Average wagon load during the run figure is arrived at by dividing the net tonne kilometres of goods traffic (carried basis) by the loaded wagon kilometres.
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Last Updated: 01/09/15
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Ministry of Railways
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Stores are the supplies of materials or parts whether purchased externally or manufactured in railway workshops required for working the railway. The data describes about direct Stores imported, Imported stores purchased in India, Stores of Indian manufacture or of indigeneous origin, Total value of stores purchases.
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Last Updated: 07/09/15
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Ministry of Railways
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Train usage statistics throw adequate light on optimum use of the trains which are run on the system. It has to ensure that a) the train is given as much load as possible within the maximum permissible limit, keeping in view the hauling capacity of engines and the strength of tracks, bridges, etc., and the length of the loop lines on the sections, etc. b) The train should move as quickly as possible so that maximum amount of revenue earning work is done. c) The trains are not unduly detained at likely places of detention. The following are the statistics compiled which indicate the optimum use made of the trains – (i) Average number of wagons per train – is the load of goods train (loaded and empty combined) through out the run. This unit is worked out by dividing the figure of total wagon kilometres by the goods train kilometers. (ii) Net tones per train - This unit is worked out by dividing the net tonne kilometres by the goods train kilometres. (iii) Average gross load per train – The gross load includes the weight of contents of the wagons and also the tare weight of the wagons. This result is obtained by dividing the gross tonne kilometres by the goods train kilometers. (iv) Average speed of goods train – This unit is worked out by dividing the figure of goods train kilometers by the goods train engine hours. The time occupied in halts at enroute stations and shunting during the run is included. The train kilometre indicates the amount of productive work done and the train engine hours are the unit cost for train working. A combination of these two units, i.e. train kilometres per train engine hours is a good index of efficiency in train working. Any increase in the speeds of trains indicates improvement in train operation. Further, an improvement in the speed of trains also results in an improvement in the wagon utilization, engine utilization, turn round of wagons and engines and saving in fuel consumption.
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Last Updated: 07/09/15
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Ministry of Railways
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Traffic Density is the volume of traffic moving between any two points on the Railway system. It is expressed in terms of Passenger Kilometres or Net Tonne Kilometre and Train Kilometres per Running Track Kilometre or Route Kilometre.
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Last Updated: 01/09/15
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Ministry of Railways
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The Traffic Unit represents total of Passenger Kilometres and Freight Net Tonne KiloMetres. Data in the statement shows Traffic Units Per Employee and percentage variation over previous year/period.
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Last Updated: 07/09/15
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Ministry of Railways
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Railway wagons are unpowered railway vehicles that are used for the carriage of goods. A variety of wagon types are in use to handle different types of goods, but all goods wagons in a regional network typically have standardized couplers and other fittings, such as hoses for air brakes, allowing different wagon types to be assembled into trains. Wagon, covered – Wagon of a watertight nature by virtue of the construction of the vehicle (completely covered on roof and sides), also characterized by the security of transport (possibility of locking and/or sealing the wagon). Wagon, open – Wagon not fitted with a roof. It may be either high sided, low sided or without side. Datasets have information about the number of wagons in units for broad gauge, metre gauge and total ( in units & in terms of 4- wheelers upto 2007-08 and in 8- wheelers from onwards).
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Last Updated: 08/08/16
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Ministry of Railways
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Locomotives are the rail vehicles either with prime-mover and motor or with motor only (electric locomotive) used for hauling other vehicles. A distinction is made between steam locomotives, electric locomotives, diesel locomotives, etc., according to the type of motive power used. (i) Steam locomotive is one propelled by power supplied from a steam engine. (ii) Diesel-electric locomotive is one propelled by electricity supplied from diesel electric type internal combustion prime mover and irrespective of the number of units used. Diesel hydraulic and Mechanical locomotive is one propelled by hydraulic transmission where engine torque is multiplied by a hydraulic torque converter, irrespective of the number of units used. Electric locomotive is one propelled by electricity supplied from an external conductor, regardless of whether storage batteries are used as an auxiliary source of power and irrespective of the number of units used. Information of locomotives running over Broad gauges, Metre gauges, Narrow gauges and all gauges are available in datasets. Information of locomotives running over Broad gauges, Metre gauges, Narrow gauges and all gauges are available in datasets.
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Last Updated: 31/03/16
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Ministry of Railways
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Coaching vehicles are the railway vehicles used for the carriage of persons.Indian Railways run a number of different types of coaches, with different patterns of seating or berths, depending on the class of travel. Electric Multiple Unit (EMU)are the multiple unit trains consisting of self-propelled carriages, using electricity as the motive power. Rail cars- are self propelled vehicles the prime movers of which are internal combustion engines Inforrmation of coaching vehicles - Broad gauges, Metre gauges, Narrow gauges and all gauges is available in datasets.
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Last Updated: 31/08/15
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