Special Unreserved Trains between Wadi and HyderabadCentral Railway has decided to run unreserved special Trains between Wadi and Hyderabad to clear the extra rush of passengers of Pilgrims. The details are as under:-07175 unreserved special will leave Hyderabad at 10.05 hrs on 12.08.2022 and will arrive Wadi 15.30 hrs same day.07176 unreserved special will leave Wadi at 16.20 hrs on 12.08.2022 and will arrive Hyderabad at 21.20 hrs same day.07177 unreserved special will leave Hyderabad at 05.00 hrs on 14.08.2022 and will arrive Wadi 10.15 hrs same day.07178 unreserved special will leave Wadi at 11.05 hrs on 14.08.2022 and will arrive Hyderabad at 16.00 hrs same day.Halts: Begumpet, Sanathnagar, Hafeezpet, Lingampalli, Nagalapalli, Shankarpalli, Gullaguda, Chitgidda, Vikarabad, Godamgura, Dharur, Rukmapur, Tandur, Mantatti, Nawandgi, Kurgunta, Seram, Malkhaid Road and Chittapur.Composition: 18 General Second class including 2 Guard’s brake vans.Passengers are advised to follow covid appropriate behaviour for their and other’s safety.--- ---Date: August... more...
01, 2022PR No.2022/08/03This press release is issued by the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai.
Shri Yogesh Kumar Srivastava joins as Principal Finance Advisor (PFA), North Central Railway
Shri Yogesh Kumar Srivastava, an officer of 1988 batch of Indian Railway Account Service (IRAS) joins as Principal Finance Advisor, NCR. Earlier he was working as Principal Finance Advisor, BLW/Varanasi. Shri Y. K. Srivastava is considered as one of the dynamic officers of Indian Railways with extensive experience of Railway working and administration and has served in various zones like Eastern Railway, North Eastern Railway, Banaras Locomotive Works and North Central Railway in different capacities. He has earlier served... more...
North Central Railway in various capacities from 2009-2019 and had also looked after the charge of PFA/NCR twice in 2018 and 2019. He has experience of each and every aspect of account working.
He joined Railways as Additional Divisional Finance Manager (ADFM)/Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyaay division.
Besides an administrator, he is strongly associated with literary work. He has co-authored along with the then CPRO/NCR, the heritage coffee tablebook (Emergence of a Legend From a Legacy) which was released by GM/NCR in 2012.
During his tenure as Principal Finance Advisor, BLW/Varanasi he is accredited with the preparation of Manual of Cash and Pay Department of BLW/ Varanasi.
He has attended Advance Management Program from ICLIF, Malaysia & INFEAD, Singapore in 2007.
Railway Protection Force is entrusted with the responsibility of security of railway property, passenger area and passengers. It is also discharging responsibility to rescue children under “Operation Nanhe Farishte”.
Railway Protection Force (RPF) of Central Railway has rescued 745 children in coordination with Govt. Railway police and other frontline railway staff from railway station platforms over Central Railway in the past 6 months i.e. from January 2022 to June 2022 under “Operation Nanhe Farishte”. This includes 490 boys and 255 girls and reunited with their parents with the help of NGOs like Childline.
The children who come to the railway station without informing their families, due to some fight or some family issues or in search of better life or glamour of the city, etc are found by trained RPF personnel. These trained RPF personnel connect with the children, understand their problems and counsel them to reunite with their parents. Many of the parents express their deep gratitude and thankfulness for this noble service of the Railways.
The Division –wise breakup of Children rescued from January to June 2022 over Central Railway is as under:
Mumbai Division of Central Railway registered the highest 381 children, which include 270 boys and 111 girls.
Bhusaval Division registered 138 children include 72 boys and 66 girls.
Pune Division registered 136 children include 98 boys and 38 girls.
Nagpur Division registered 56 children include 30 boys and 26 girls.
Solapur Division registered 34 children include 20 boys and 14 girls.
During last year i.e. 2021 from January to December, Central Railway RPF in coordination with GRP and other frontline railway staff has rescued 971 children including 603 boys and 368 girls.
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Date: July 21, 2022
This press release is issued by the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai.
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