20140829

Items checked by Sr. DOM daily / at regular intervals, periodically & monthly

Items checked by Sr. DOM daily / at regular intervals:

(i) Interchange of Trains:

Three checks a day (at 08.15 Hrs, 17.00 Hrs, and 22.00 Hrs.)

(ii) Train Running and Train Ordering:

A study will be done at 08.15 Hrs, 17.00 Hrs and at 22.00 Hrs.

(iii) Analysis of DWB:

20140824

Registers generally maintained in control

Registers generally maintained in control

1. By the section controller :

a. Sections controller’s diary and charge book.
b. Inward message book.
c. Outward message book
d. Working Order register
e. Weather warning and acknowledgement register
f. Sick wagon register.
g. Yard report register.

Books / documents and basic records to be kept in control office

Books / documents and basic records to be kept in control office.

1. Station working rules of all station.
2. Working facilities available on the transshipment sheds.
3. Schedule of shunting engines in the various yards.
4. Link diagrams of rakes and engine working the passenger services and also of goods trains where laid down.
5. Crew link diagram of the various services, for the running staff.

Co- ordination between Control and stations

Co- ordination between Control and stations

1. Asking line clear: In order to avoid the detention to passenger trains for crossing a less important train, line clear enquiry for the less important train must not be asked until the train is ready to leave and until the Section Controllers permission has been obtained. The Station Master receiving the line clear enquiry must immediately ask the controller permission to give line clear before giving the reply. The station Master on duty is entirely responsible for seeing that the necessary General and Subsidiary rules and station Working Rules are observed before giving Line Clear.

20140823

Duties of Control Staff

Duties of Control Staff: The main duties of control staff which are only guidelines to their day to day working and are not exhaustive are as under.

a) Chief Controller (In-charge)

The chief controller is in overall charge of control office and is responsible for the total transportation of the Division on day to day basis. His duties include –

i. A review of previous day’s performance to conform that all forecasts made have been fully met. For shortfalls, convincing reasons have to be pinpointed to prevent recurrence.

Basic Function of control

Basic Function of control:

1. Train Control:

a) This job is done by SCOR(Section Controller).
b) Each SCOR is provided with the master chart of that section.
c) In the master chart the path of M/E and Passenger trains are charted in different colors.
d) This master chart helps in making advance planning by SCOR.
e) With the help of master chart, SCOR guides the SM and Yard Master relating to the movement of trains.
f) SCOR gets advices regarding train operation and optimum use of wagons and engines from the CHC and Dy. CHC.

CONTROL ORGANISATION

CONTROL ORGANIZATION

The control organization of Indian Railways is the nerve centre of train operations. It controls the asset management of the Railways, in a dynamic situation, round the clock incessantly moving trains on its entire network. It has come a long way from being an exclusively telephone based system emerging in the form of an Information Technology enabled organization.This basic structure of Operating control on Indian Railways exists at the Divisional Level, which has also been extended to Area control levels. In addition, Central Control office is situated in the headquarters office and one at Railway Board.

Functions of the Traffic Department

Functions of the Traffic Department

1. Proper and Economical use of available resources such as locomotives, Rolling stock, track, signalling and telecommunication equipment and manpower etc.
2. Timely planning for additional line/track and rolling stock capacities based on realistic traffic forecasts.
3. Better Quality of service: This will include the following:-
A. Passenger Train Operation
(i) Better Time-Table.
(ii) Punctuality of passenger carrying trains.
(iii) Adequate & proper accommodation for passengers to travel.
(iv) Safety of passengers.
 B. (Goods Train Operation)

Hierarchical set up and line of control of Operating Dept, at the Divisional, Zonal and Railway Board level.

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