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 21 Compendium of Railway Board's circulars on Works finance
Order No Collection
Issued By FA&CAO/Construction/SRly
Issue Date 31/12/2006
Click on the link below to see the softcopy of compendium of Railway Board's circulars (1956-2006) on Works finance prepared by office of FA&CAO/Construction/Southern Railway.
 URL link http://www.irastimes.org/SRly_Compendium/

 22 Various Finance Ministry circulars on implementation of 6 pay commission recommendations including Pension
Order No Various
Issued By Finance Ministry
Issue Date 09/01/2009
For the latest circulars on the implementation of the report of 6th Central Pay Commission, please visit the following link:
 URL link http://finmin.nic.in/6cpc/Order_6cpc.html
 URL link http://finmin.nic.in/6cpc/index1.html
 URL link http://india.gov.in/govt/paycommission.php

 23 Various Railway Board circulars on the implementation of the recommendations of 6 Central Pay Commission
Order No Various
Issued By Railway Board
Issue Date 09/01/2009
Members may like to view the latest circulars on the 6 Central Pay commission at the link given below
 URL link http://indianrailways.gov.in/indianrailways/directorate/pay_comm/pay_commission.jsp

 24 Revision of Mechanical Code
Order No 2008/M(PU)/1/17
Issued By RB
Issue Date 20/03/2008
A committee comprising of Sh. S Dhasarathy, Rtd. MM, Sh. M V
Ramani, Rtd., GM/ICF & Sh. S. Parthasarthy, Rtd. FA&CAO/SR has been set up for revision of Mechanical Code. The committee has been requested to deal with all issues related to working of Open line Organisation of Mechanical Engineering Department, Workshops & Production Units. Some of the issues which have been highlighted are before the committee are as under:
1. Organisation & structure including unified control in workshops
2. Attendance in workshops & PUs - use of electronic systems
3. Method of payment to labour - payment by cheque
4. Incentive bonus
5. Costing
6. Works contracts including ancillarisation & long-term relationships
7. Outsourcing
8. Industrial Security
9. M&P & Works Programme
10. Preparation of estimates and their revision including material modification

The above has been circulated to all Indian Railways for their comments.

 25 Review of Maintenance & Examination pattern of coaching trains
Order No 2003/M(C)/141/MP
Issued By Railway Board (RB)
Issue Date 10/04/2008

Railway Board has formed a committee to review running of trains on the basis of round trip BPC.

The terms and condition of report as well as draft report made by commiittee is enclosed in the file attached below.

 File link maint_reco_10.04.2008.pdf

 26 6th Central Pay Commission report-Original
Order No 6CPC
Issued By 6th Central Pay Commission
Issue Date 24/03/2008
The Sixth Central Pay Commission submitted its Report to the Government on 24th March, 2008. The Report and main highlights can be viewed through the following links.
 File link 6cpc/6cpc_report_24.03.2008/6cpc_report_24.03.2008.pdf
 File link 6cpc/6cpc_report_24.03.2008/6cpc_report_24.03.2008-annex.pdf
 File link 6cpc/6cpc_report_24.03.2008/6cpc_report_24.03.2008-highlights.pdf

 27 Tendering process-negotiations with L-1
Order No 005/CRD/12
Issued By Central Vigilance Commission
Issue Date 03/03/2007
For the detailed guidelines on Tendering process-negotiations with L-1, issued by the Central Vigilance Commission, Government of India, please see the attached file.
 File link cvc030307.pdf

 28 Policy guidelines regarding revised maintenance pattern of coaching trains
Order No 2003/M(C)/141/19
Issued By Railway Board
Issue Date 02/03/2006
Please download the file through link given below to get the complete circular issued by the Coaching Directorate, Railway board on Policy guidelines regarding revised maintenance pattern of coaching trains.
 File link cmaint-dmechg.pdf

 29 Report on development of 6000 hp diesel electric locomotive
Order No MP. MISC NO. 176 (Revision-00)
Issued By RDSO
Issue Date 30/11/2005
In view of proposed freight corridor, increase in carrying capcity of freight trains to CC+10 tons and CC+20 tons and increase in speeds of Mail/Express trains, a high horse power diesel loco is a must.

A presentation was made to full Railway Board during the last GCM at RDSO and based on the report sent by RDSO, Board has in principle agreed to development of 6000 hp 3 phase AC AC traction diesel locomotive.
For further details on the project, please see the attached report submitted by Shri S Srinivas, Director Motive Power, RDSO.
 File link 6000hp_report.pdf

 30 Notification inviting nominations for deputation under central staffing scheme for 2006
Order No 33/2006-EO(MM.II)
Issued By DoPT
Issue Date 31/10/2005
For the full text of the notification please visit the following link:
http://persmin.nic.in/cirular_reports/eo_div/DONo-33-2006-EO(MM-II).pdf

 31 Final Report of the Manual Review Committee for Diesel Manuals
Order No Final Report
Issued By IRIMEE
Issue Date 01/06/2005
Please see the attached file for the report.
For the detailed report with all the annexures, please visit http://www.irimee.ac.in/manualrev/dslreport.pdf
File Link DslManRev.pdf

 32 Trial Scheme For Biological/ Vacuum/ Chemical Toilet issued by RDSO
Order No Trial Scheme For various Toilets
Issued By RDSO
Issue Date 01/03/2005
Please find, in the attached file, the trial scheme for various toilets, issued by RDSO.
File Link Trial_Sch_Bio-Vac-Chem_Toilet.pdf

 33 Specifications for Vaccuum toilets attached
Order No Spec.No.C-K411
Issued By RDSO
Issue Date 28/02/2005
Please find, in the attached file the specs for Vacuum toilets, issued by:
RESEARCH DESIGNS AND STANDARDS ORGANISATION
MANAK NAGAR LUCKNOW – 226011
File Link Spec_Vac_Toilet.pdf

 34 Specification For Retention Tank Toilet System
Order No Spec.No.C-K410
Issued By RDSO
Issue Date 28/02/2005
Please find in the attached file, the specs for Retention Tank Toilet System
With Chemical Treatment
issued by:
ISSUED BY
RESEARCH DESIGNS AND STANDARDS ORGANISATION
MANAK NAGAR LUCKNOW – 226011
File Link spec_chem_toilet.pdf

 35 Specs for Biological Toilets for BG copaches attached
Order No C-9908_Rev.1
Issued By RDSO
Issue Date 31/01/2005
Please find in the attached file, the Specs for Biological Toilets for BG copaches issued by :
RESEARCH DESIGNS AND STANDARDS ORGANISATION
MANAK NAGAR LUCKNOW – 226011

File Link Spec_Bio_Toilet.pdf

 36 Specs for Modular Toilets for BG coaches attached
Order No SPEC. No. C–K207 Revision – 3
Issued By RDSO
Issue Date 28/02/2005
The attached file contains Schedule Of Technical Requirements for Modular Toilets for BG coaches Issued by:
RESEARCH DESIGNS AND STANDARDS ORGANISATION
Manak Nagar, LUCKNOW – 226011
File Link Spec_Modular_Toilet_C-K207(Rev-3).pdf

 37 Scrap Disposal-A practical decision with far reaching implications to the Mechanical department!
Order No ERB-1/2004/23/33
Issued By Railway Board
Issue Date 14/07/2004
Ministry of Railways have decided that in line with the 2004-05 budget announcements a committee be constituted to explore the possibility of in-house utilisation of scrap by recycling it, instead of selling it to the outside parties subject to a detailed examination of the logistics, cost benefit analysis etc. The committee shall consist of the following:-
(1)Chief Workshop Engineer, Northern Railway,New Delhi -Convener. (2)Executive Director/Civil Engg(P),Railway Board, Rail Bhawan, NEw Delhi -Member. (3)FA&CAO/Construction(General), Northern Railway, New Delhi-Member.(4)Chief Material Manager (Sale), Northern Railway, New Delhi-Member.

2. The terms of reference of the committee shall be as under:-
(i) Out of the different types of scrap generated on IR what types of scraps have no scope for its use directly or after recycling by the Railways themselves and this has to be continued to be sold as per the existing system.
(ii) What types of scrap could perhaps be directly supplied to PSUs like Steel Plants of SAIL through running/rate contracts. Whether in case of non feasibility of any such proposal by such PSUs, it is continued to be sold as per existing system.
(iii) What types of scrap could be directly used by IR without the necessity of creating additional infrastructure and with the existing facilities, so that the quantum so required is not sold and the balance quantity is continued to be sold as per existing system.
(iv) What types of scrap could be considered for recycling for use by the Indian Railways by creating new infrastructure and facilities needing capital investment.
(v) In that case a cost benefit analysis to be projected as well as economic/financial viability of such project to be indicated.
(vi) The net requirement of funds for such projects and sources from which such funding could be arranged.
(vii) The lead time for implementation of such project to be indicated considering al possible factors, procedural limitations, formalities, financial arrangements and approval from competent authorities.
(viii) Which type of scrap and what quantum of such scraps will be needed as raw materials for such projected establishments and from which point of time so that auction sale of such scrap could be discontinued only from such dates.
3.The tenure of the Committee shall be for a period of one month from the date of its constitution. Report of the committee should be submitted with completion of the tenure.
4.The Headquarters of the Committee will be at New Delhi.
5.The Members of the Committee will be eligible for TA/DA in accordance with the rules applicable to them.

This circular can be very useful for the department. Please have a look. A copy of the circular can be seen by clicking the file link.
File Link ScrapRecycle.pdf

 38 Improvement of Workshop Infrastructure
Order No 2001/M/(Safety)/7/11/RSRC/Part.II/101
Issued By Chairman, Railway Board
Issue Date 04/08/2004
In reference to RSRC Part II -Paras 4.20.13 to 4.20.15, CRB has asked for a feedback from all General Managers, regarding implementation of Committee recommendations
File Link crbrsrc04082004.pdf

 39 Specifications for 'Clean Train Station' Scheme
Order No 2002/M(C)/141/2 Vol. IV
Issued By Director ME(coaching)
Issue Date 09/06/2004
Cleanliness in passenger carrying trains, throughout the journey, is of paramount importance to the Indian Railways and all efforts have to be made by zonal railways to improve the hygiene and comfort of the traveling public. Policy guidelines for implementation of Clean Train Station scheme on Indian Railways were issued vide reference letter (1) above with the approval of the Ministry of Railways (MM, MT, & FC). In compliance of the above, Western Railway has reported successful commissioning of the pilot project at RTM and smooth functioning since August 2003.

Railways are now required to set up Clean Train Stations as per the guidelines issued by the Board. The policy regarding operating requirements for setting up Clean train stations has already been issued vide reference at (2) above. Detailed project specifications developed by Western Railway based on their experience of the CTS work at Ratlam shall be utilized for new CTSs. A copy of the project specification to be followed by Railways is enclosed.
File Link CTSSpecs.pdf

 40 Cleanliness in trains
Order No 2002/M(C)/141/2 Vol. IV
Issued By Member Mechanical, Railway Board
Issue Date 07/06/2004
Click on the file link to get the complete circular!
File Link CleanlinessDriveMR.pdf

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