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Blog Posts by VINITA JAIN
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Dec 17 2009 (16:00)  

Guest: 3e66d37e   show all posts
Entry# 16186            Tags   Past Edits
Grant of PCO incentive @ 30% of basic pay on the same pattern it is paid to workshop supervisors wef 01/09/2008 ( Time of Implementation of New pay scales)
Grant of Group ‘B’ Status to supervisors who are SE-I at the time of Implementation of Sixth Pay commission. ( Being first induction ito IT stream in Indian Railway and faced difficulties at the initiation of IT in Railways )
in numbers of posts of Group ‘B’ and Group ‘A’ officers at RCF as per the functional hierarchy of IT deptt.
Demands related to Indian Railways Cadre formation level
Seniority of Group ‘B’ to be merged at All India Level
Time bound promotion at Group ‘B’ level of IT officers( The bar of eight years should be removed)
Demands at RCF Level
At least one month training in a year to all IT supervisors to acquire skills in fast changing IT scenario
Cabins to all IT supervisors engaged in programming for concentrated and sound free atmosphere.
Monthly allowance for purchase for IT magazine to know about latest trends. This will benefit in using advanced knowledge in day to day working.
I request your kindness to get these demands solved by using your good office
SS RAWAT 9779243223

Dec 17 2009 (18:22)
VINITA JAIN   33 blog posts
Re# 16186-1            Tags   Past Edits
Mr. Rawat, thanks for your advice. But I want to tell you that there is already a new program of selection, training and execution has been introduced. You can obtain the copy of same from Indian Railway Admin. Dept. It is about to be implemented. The candidates who got selected without any pre-qualification basis of softwares' knowledge are really lucky because they are old hands of indian railways too.
Already a program of 5 months learning is also there, while working, under supervision of skilled personnel.
Don't worry, your wage scales and allowances
are also pending for review. Anyways things will take time... you know better about the govt. paper work.

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Dec 10 2009 (12:40)  

VINITA JAIN   33 blog posts
Entry# 15642            Tags   Past Edits
dear bloggers ! as we know that delhi metros are running in good shape and they truly reflect the positive side of india. but as we know india is a big country, then why we can't afford bullet trains (350km/hr) across the country. as we are the second biggest economic hub. and we always curse our population rather than using it as manpower like china. why we don't oppose the ugly looking mumbai locals. it is actually the politicians ,who are enjoying on our money. there is really no growth in the speed of railway sectors. making or launching of 100 new trains of 50 km/hr speed is not going to solve our purpose.
dear bloggers i everyday look a new small
comment regarding that "there should be a new train for this route". but if you are really asking for something, then ask for the best.
i know my comment looks like a dream and few bloggers will tell me to write it on official site. but i know one thing that, normal citizens of india are more trustworthy than culprit politicians.

16 posts - Thu Dec 10, 2009

Dec 10 2009 (21:12)
moderator*^~   5589 blog posts   20 correct pred (57% accurate)
Re# 15642-18            Tags   Past Edits
Some posts above, referring to your use of caps, although intended in good spirit and humour, were removed since they might have been thought of as gender-biased comments.

Dec 11 2009 (02:22)
Murli*   3039 blog posts   2 correct pred (50% accurate)
Re# 15642-19            Tags   Past Edits
Yes Vinitaji, aware of that fact of Europe, UK, USA. But history cannot be denied. UK was the first nation to start trains. But their road network overtook the railways. Next came US. Trains came later, but their road network is such, and cost of petrol is so cheap that people use the highways at 120/140 kmph, and avoid trains. If you are keeping in touch regularly you will find that railways in US are now running in losses, except in few cases. Plus, air travel is so prevalent that even small cities, say for example, in India, Agra next to Delhi will have as many as twenty or more flights. An example from America: New York to Boston has turnaround flights every 15 minutes and takes exactly 45 mns. Why should anyone use a train which will take nearly three/four hours? Same is the case with Europe. There are...
so many flights to smaller cities, hopping flights, direct flights, that rail usage is woefully low. I have personally seen them, and visited the train stations to find them nearly empty. Plus they are much more mature democracies than India. UK became a democracy as early as the 1700s, America in 1770, European countries around that time. India gained independence only in 1947! Plus take the factor of population into account. Our population currently at 1.4 billion is nearly twice or thrice the population of those countries. And the GDP of India is nearly 10 times lower rpt lower than those countries. Thus the purchasing power of India, plus shortage of other modes of cheaper transport is much lower, much lower. One dollar in America can buy about 5 kilos of vegetables for example. That same dollar today in India can get you only 1 kg of or two/three kgs of vegetables. Hence this disparity. Thus the government is in a fix: we have to feed the people or provide high speed trains? Add to that another factor which is not quite correct of course: our ability to purchase high speed tracks, high speed, and high track laying capacity purchase is limited by the amount government has to allocate to alleviate poverty, famine, floods, natural calamities, etc. In short we are yet to mature as a democracy, where people have yet to learn to practice it fully. We are I am afraid in a feudal democracy still. Had Air Deccan made it financially, let me tell you that most people would have preferred planes to go long distances. Remember that when Capt Gopinath started Air Deccan, the fares were so low, that those travelling AC2 or ACIII preferred to fly than to use trains... I can go on and on. I appreciate your enquiries and questions, and I am glad that a person is asking these questions. I welcome them whole heartedly.

Dec 14 2009 (11:28)
Guest: 7a6e73ef   show all posts
Re# 15642-20            Tags   Past Edits
I don't know why we think something ..which is impossible! I am convinced with Mr. Dhar

Dec 14 2009 (11:41)
Guest: 45b4af97   show all posts
Re# 15642-21            Tags   Past Edits
Mr Murli Dhar
Air Deccan flourished till the end - thats why he sold it at a profit and went off. still spice jet & go air are making profits with low fare, whereas the big ones cry b'cos they do not wish to bring the fares down.
people started shifting to airlines, but ultimately the RAILWAYS proved to be more reliable than the air.
are more grounded to earth. Railways is the ultimate winner in this battle.
When so many flights get cancelled during fog, its the railways which carry on, even though with late arrivals/departures. better be late than never. Jai railways.

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Dec 15 2009 (14:54)
Guest: 7d45974a   show all posts
Re# 15642-23            Tags   Past Edits
Vineeta madam shayad, aap North Zone railways ka Senior DRM hai. to aap hi kyu Bullet train ke liye normal log se kyu bol rahi ho. aap direct sarkar se bolo.
Mere khayal se aap to kabhi train se travel karti hi nahi hogi.. to aapko hamari dikkat ke baare me kya malum.
Waise bhi aapka laptop maine hi check kiya tha, New-era service centre.. lucknow ...kuch yaad aaya...
Dec 10 2009 (00:16)  

IRFANB20®   159 blog posts   39 correct pred (66% accurate)
Entry# 15617            Tags   Past Edits
kushi nagar tatkalticket boking problem
aksar kai bar aisa hoota hai currect 8:00:00 par click karne ke bad boking hoojati hai (transection sucsefull) likh kar ata hai magar ticket book nahen hoota hai aisa kewn hoota hai ??

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Dec 10 2009 (12:44)
VINITA JAIN   33 blog posts
Re# 15617-2            Tags   Past Edits
haan kuch samay ke baad ya to aapke mail par irctc se apologise message aayega ki booking nahi ho sakti. nahi to agar paise kat gaye hai to vo within 24 hrs refund ho jayenge. no need to worry

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Nov 29 2009 (14:51)   12133/Mumbai CSMT - Mangaluru Junction SF Express

Guest: 6060e45b   show all posts
Entry# 14876            Tags   Past Edits
Next Month Onwards This Train (Train No 2133/2134) Extending To MANGALORE CENTRAL.

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Dec 10 2009 (12:26)
VINITA JAIN   33 blog posts
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Dear blogger there is no official press release regarding the train: 2133/2134. I think someone is trying to pass some wrong info. Please note that the last press release for this train was :
It has been decided to introduce a New Train No.2133 / 2134 Mumbai CSTM – Karwar – Mumbai CSTM (Tri-Weekly) Express to clear extra rush of passengers.
Special train will be inaugurated on 21.11.2009 and this Inaugural Special will run Ex - Mumbai CSTM at 15:05 Hrs on 21.11.2009, with 12 coaches. As a regular service, Train No.2133 Mumbai CSTM Karwar Express will run on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 23.11.2009. The train will leave Mumbai CSTM at 22.15 hrs & reach Karwar at 08.20 hrs (Next day). Train No.2134 Karwar Mumbai CSTM Express will run on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 24.11.2009. The train will leave from Karwar at 17:45 hrs & reach CSTM at 04.05 hrs. (Next day).
This new Superfast Train will halt at Thane, Panvel, Ratnagiri, and Madgaon. This train consists of 15 coaches. Passengers may avail the same. Detailed time table can be viewed on KRCL’s website www.konkanrailway.com
There is no further release till now. I think the above info. is bloggers' personal advice.

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Dec 10 2009 (09:48)  

Guest: 5afe9334   show all posts
Entry# 15626            Tags   Past Edits
What are the chances of a WL24 ticket on 9115 Kutch Express on 23 Dec from BDTS to BHUJ getting confirmed - at this stage chart is not yet prepared. Thanks for your help

Dec 10 2009 (12:10)
VINITA JAIN   33 blog posts
Re# 15626-1            Tags   Past Edits
Sir as you have not mentioned your CLASS (3A/C or Sleeper). So if this is the waitinglist for sleeper, then there are very good chances of confirmation. But if it is a 3A/C waiting list then there are very few chances of confirmation.

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