TABLE OF CONTENTS
| I |ACKNOWLEDGEMENT |2 | |1 |INTRODUCTION |4 | |2 |NINE ZONES OF INDIAN RAILWAYS |5 | |3 |ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW |6 | |4 |HISTORY OF INDIAN RAILWAYS |7 | |5 |MISCELLANEOUS FACTS |8 8 | |6 | STORY OF CONVERTABILITY FROM LOSS EARNER TO PROFIT |10 8 | | |E ARNER | | |7 |LOCOS AND COACHES MANUFACTURING UNITS |11 8 | |8 |PROBLEM OF INDIAN RAILWAYS |12 8 | |9 |HIGHLIGHTS OF INDIAN RAILWAYS BUDGET 2006-07 |13 | | | |8 | |10 |CONCLUSION |19 8 | |11 |BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCES |20 8 |
[pic] CHAPTER 1
✓ Energy resource,
Are the basic infrastructural requirement which acts as and indicator to the growth of any Economy. Transport includes road transport, air transport, water transport and rail transport. Transport provides useful link between production centre, distribution areas and ultimate consumer. If we talk about inland transport mode than the one biggest transport industry comes in the mind the – railways. We can not ignore the contribution of the railway to the growth of the economy with its incredible services like mobility of various commodities and passengers. It is a hazardous to imagine Indian economy without railway. We always fill proudly and happy when we think that our Indian railway Asia’s first and worlds second largest after the Russia under the single management. We may also fill amazing by knowing that Indian railway is world’s largest employment provider organization. There are cities like Mumbai and Delhi where railway service is treats life line of cities. In Mumbai local trains services are popular and in Delhi metro train services are popular. In Mumbai every day local trains carries 90 lakhs passengers. That means if local trains stop, Mumbai also stop. So, we can understand the important of railway for a country like India.
[pic] NINE ZONES OF INDIAN RAILWAY
Indian railways have been divided in to nine zones –
✓ Western railway,
✓ Central railway,...