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Kolkata, 23rd April 2015:

A day-long Strategy Planning Meeting was held in the South Eastern Railway Headquarters, Garden Reach o­n 23rd April 2015 to review the performance of S.E. Railway during the previous financial year 2014-15 and to plan for the current fiscal year(2015-16) mainly for compliances of action points, proposals, targets etc. specially implementation of budget commitments. The meeting was chaired by the General Manager, Shri Radhey Shyam and was attended by Addl.General Manager, Shri D. Kamilla along with all principal head of the departments and all the four Divisional Railway Managers from Kharagpur, Adra, Chakradharpur and Ranchi.

Sri Radhey Shyam, General Manager, advised the Divisional Railway Managers to set a target of “Zero Complaint” in passenger sector and also to emphasize o­n asset maintenance and improve punctuality. He also laid stress o­n infrastructure inputs like, strengthening of tracks, terminals etc. to achieve the loading target of 138 million tones fixed by Railway Board. He said that the development would be planned and implemented within a fixed time frame prioritizing the maximum benefits to the train operations. He also instructed regular monitoring of o­ngoing projects like New Lines, Signal replacement works, doubling works and traffic facility works.

At the meeting it was decided to run passenger trains by attaching extra coaches to the maximum extent as per capacity and intensive ticket checking will be monitored by DRMs in regular measure. General Manager also mentioned to have a clear focus o­n environmental projects and its implementation viz. bio-toilets, recycling of water, solar energy etc.

The issues like passenger amenities and security were also discussed in the meeting. Shri Radhey Shyam, General Manager stressed o­n the passenger services at various stations and emphasized o­n cleanliness.

All the principal head of departments expressed their views and highlighted their achievements of previous year and detailed o­n the scope of further improvement.


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