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MCS/Mancheswar (4 PFs)
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Track: Double Electric-Line

Type of Station: Regular
Number of Platforms: 4
Number of Halting Trains: 34
Number of Originating Trains: 0
Number of Terminating Trains: 0
Rangamatia, Mancheswar rly station, Dist - Khordha 751017
State: Odisha
Elevation: 30 m above sea level
Zone: ECoR/East Coast
Division: Khurda Road
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May 13 2016 (11:15)  To commemorate the birthday of Florence Nightingale, East Coast Railway observed the International Nurses Day at Railway Central Hospital, Mancheswar. (www.eastcoastrail.indianrailways.gov.in)
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IR AffairsECoR/East Coast  -  IR Press Release  

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May 13 2016 (11:15AM)
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Posted by: Amey Ambre~  1942 news posts
To commemorate the birthday of Florence Nightingale, East Coast Railway observed the International Nurses Day at Railway Central Hospital, Mancheswar.
Jun 02 2015 (13:51)  Mancheswar Carriage Repair Workshop registers Record Output (www.railnews.co.in)
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Jun 02 2015 (1:51PM)
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Mancheswar (MCS): Mancheswar Carriage Repair Workshop (MCSW) under East Coast Railway (ECoR) has bagged four certifications – three ISO certificates – QMS, EMS and OHSAS and 5S certification for integrated management system. By doing so, it has become the only carriage repair workshop in the country to achieve the distinction so far, Chief Works Manager of MCSW S Pankaj said.
Addressing mediapersons on the completion of 30 years of MCSW, Pankaj said the workshop has surpassed all 45 CRWs in the country in terms of productivity by achieving the lowest manpower-productivity ratio during financial year 2014-15.
has recorded highest ever periodic overhaul (POH) outturn with 46 per cent growth in the last two years. The factory recorded periodic overhauling of 200 air-conditioned coaches during 2014-15 and intermediate overhauling (IOH) of 150 coaches with a growth of over 50 per cent during the same period.
The factory has achieved a bogie outturn of 4578 with an increase of 41 per cent and wheel outturn of 12505, an increase of 62 per cent in the last two years.
In terms of corrosion control, refurbishment, provision of LED-based tail lamp in sleeper coaches and emergency lamps and provision of laptop and mobile charging points in coaches, MCSW has recorded best performance in the country.
The workshop has started POH and IOH of Linke Hofmann Busch (LHB) coaches, which are safer and faster in a large scale manner.
Presently, ECoR has 187 LHB coaches running in Rajdhani Express, Purushottam Express and Puri – Howrah Shatabdi Express apart from Bhubaneswar – New Delhi Duroto Express, which has LHB shell with air suspension ICF bogie.
Speaking about coaches with bio-toilets, Pankaj informed that the unit aims at producing 400 bio-toilet equipped coaches by 2015-16. Currently ECoR has around 270 coaches fitted with bio-toilets.
In 2014-15, 41 LHB coaches have been periodic and intermediate overhauled and in the last two months, 18 such coaches have been overhauled.
Mar 01 2014 (11:20)  Mancheswar Carriage Repair Workshop ‘most productive’ among all 45 Workshops over IR (www.railnews.co.in)
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Mar 01 2014 (11:20AM)
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Mancheswar (MCS): Carriage Repair Workshop at Mancheswar has become the most productive among all 45 Workshops over Indian Railways. Among all parameters of efficiency of a workshop, like work output in terms of outturn of coaches and their overhauling, it has beaten all other workshops o­n parameters of productivity and efficiency. November 2013 saw the highest coach outturn of 153 coaches. Efficiency in overall coach outturn has gone up by 38%. Air-conditioned coaches have also seen an increase in outturn by 24%. Its standard capacity per month as per Railway Board norms is outturn of 100 coaches including 10 AC coaches per month. This Workshop has the lowest Staff strength among all Workshops.
This carriage Repair Workshop turned out its first coach
in the year 1983. It has completed 30 years of dedicated service to the Nation. For its upgraded Quality Management System, this Workshop has been awarded the ISO 9001:2008 Certificate in August 2013. It is shortly going to achieve ISO Certification o­n Environmental Management and also o­n parameters of Health and Safety laid down in ISO 14001 and ISO 18001 Standards. A 2KWP Solar Photo Voltaic Plant has been installed as a part of promoting Green Energy in Workplace.
It is also under further capacity upgradation and machineries and Plant infrastructure is being strengthened. General Manager East Coast Railway Shri Rajiv Vishnoi has congratulated all staff of Mancheswar Workshop for their stellar performance and said that recognition of Railway Board regarding consistently excellent performance of the Workshop has been because of the dedicated work put in by all the staff.
O­n the occasion of completion of 30 years of the Workshop, besides upgradation of facilities for infrastructure, various welfare measures including improvement of Workshop office environment and Roads, Buildings, Colonies, etc. have been undertaken.

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Nov 07 2013 (07:18)  Workshop achieves highest productivity (www.thehindu.com)
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Commentary/Human InterestECoR/East Coast  -  

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Mancheswar Carriage Repair Workshop of East Coast Railway has added one more feather to its cap by achieving highest ever productivity in a row for the first seven months of the current financial year. During October, 116 coaches, including two newly-converted Accident Relief Train (ART) coaches, had been repaired by the workshop in comparison to 85 coaches repaired in October-2012.
Oct 13 2013 (17:15)  Railway signal, high-tension towers, platforms damaged in Odisha (www.dnaindia.com)
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Oct 13 2013 (5:44PM)
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With uprooted high tension towers and signals, damaged platforms and tracks blocked by trees due to high-velocity winds of Cyclone Phailin in Odisha, East Coast Railways today said no trains were moving in Bhadrak-Khurda Road-Palasa-Vizianagaram sections.
While the up line signal of Ichhapuram Station was uprooted, the overbridge and platform shelter at Brahmapur, Ganjam, Somepeta, Balugaon, Mancheswar and Khurda Road stations were either blown away or damaged, ECor Railway said in a press release.
With the wind speed of the cyclone gradually reducing, engineering, traction distribution and signalling and telecommunication staff have been
kept in readiness to visit the affected spots by tower wagon and diesel light engines.
The overhead equipment at Khurda Road-Palasa was not functioning and an attempt to charge it had failed, the release said.
The overhead equipment at Cuttack-Paradeep and Barang-Khurda Road sections were also not functioning and tower wagons from Bhadrak and Jajpur-Keonjhar Road had already moved out to the sections, the release said. "Details of sectional damages can be assessed only after the relief team reports back," it said.
High tension towers were uprooted at many locations in Khurda Road–Brahmapur section.
A large number of uprooted trees were lying on the track and overhead equipment, the release said.
The running of major trains between Kolkata and Chennai passing through Odisha would be affected due to these developments, ECoR sources said.
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