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Signal & Telecom Department of S.E.Railway is headed by Shri N. Kashinath, Chief Signal & Telecommunication Engineer (CSTE). He is assisted by Chief Signal Engineer (CSE), Chief Communication Engineer (CCE) and Chief Signal & Telecom Engineer (Planning), & Chief Signal & Telecommunication Engineer/Project (CSTE/Project) for all Signaling & Telecommunication maintenance planning & Project works.

All the above administrative S&T officers are being assisted by different Junior level administrative grade officers & other executive S&T officers in Zonal Head Quarters level.

The whole zone of South Eastern Railway is divided into four divisions for effective management of all operational and maintenance activities. These are Adra division, Chakradharpur division , Kharagpur division and Ranchi division. Maintenance and operation of all S&T gears of these four divisions are executed through four Junior level Administrative Grade S&T officers. These four Junior administrative level officers (Sr.DSTEs) are assisted by Executive level S&T officers at field level.

All S&T project activities of four divisions are being executed by 4 junior administrative level officers (Dy.CSTEs) who are being assisted by different executive level officers at field level.

Supervisory & Maintenance staff have been deployed at different Tiers of Head quarters & 4 Divisions who are directly responsible for efficient maintenance of all Signal & Telecom activities.

The S&T organization of S.E.Railway is having 75 officers & 2722 staff.


The key features of S.E.Railway are as follows:

Srl. No.

Description

Provided as on

31.03.2016

1

Total Block Stations

314 stations

    (a)

Route Relay Interlocking

11 stations

    (b)

Electronic Interlocking

80 stations

    (c)

Panel Interlocking

146 stations

    (d)

Lever Frame

77 stations

2

Intermediate Block Signal (IBS) for increasing train capacity.

42 IBS

3

Auto Signalling (Rkm.) for increasing train capacity.

183.6 Route Km.

4

Track Circuits  (Complete Stations)

252 stations

5 (a)

Interlocked Level Crossing Gates.

366 L.C.Gates

   (b)

Manned L.C.Gates (provided with Telephone)

275 L.C.Gates

   (c)

Sliding Boom at L.C.Gates

105 L.C.Gates

6

LVCD / BPAC for train detection in section

384 Sections

7

Data Logger

270 stations

8  (a)

LED Signal for improved visibility.

225

    (b)

LED Signal Provided at Main Line Signals (Stations)

314

9

Intregrated Power Supply (IPS) at Stations

 228






Source : South Eastern Railway CMS Team Last Reviewed on: 02-05-2016  


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