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7th CPC & Employee News: Technical supervisors seek higher pay scale: Members of Indian Railways Technical Supervisors Association staged a demonstration in the city last week in support of their demands, inc...

भारतीय स्टेट बैंक मण्डल कार्यालय शाखा के द्वारा दिनांक 22.01.2016 को मण्डल कार्यालय के मीटिंग कक्ष में बैंक द्वारा कर्मचारियों/खाताधारकों को दी जाने वाली सुविधायों पर आयोजित कार्यक्रम

मण्डल रेल प्रबन्धक कार्यालय हबीबगंज में गणतन्त्र दिवस समारोह 2016 के आयोजन का आमंत्रण पत्र ।

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IRCTC starts Helicopter joyrides in Mumbai

Ride will give aerial view for 20 minutes at Rs 2,995 per person

Mumbai: The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) will be back with helicopter joyrides starting Monday. The ride will offer an aerial view of the city for 20 minutes at a cost of Rs 2,995 per person. IRCTC has tied up with private chopper company, Aman Aviation, which will use the US-made Robinson R-44 helicopter carrying three passengers at a time. To book a joy ride, passengers can log on to www.irctctourism.com.

7th PC: Rail Union alleges 90% workers will suffer ‘take-home’ cuts

Largest Railway union irked over ‘take-home’ salary

New Delhi: The recommendations of the seventh central pay commission (CPC) would reduce, rather than increase, the ‘take-home’ salary of almost 90% of Indian Railways’ workforce, the largest railway trade union has alleged. It has also threatened to go on an indefinite strike in the first week of March in response to the panel’s recommendations.

Noida Metro on track, DMRC Chief reviews progress of works

Noida: Delhi Metro Managing Director Mangu Singh reviewed the progress of construction of the Noida-Greater Noida Metro on Saturday. Expressing satisfaction on the progress of the 29.9 km track connecting the twin cities, Singh directed officials to adopt several measures to further expedite work along the corridor. Singh’s directions came after a presentation on the progress was made by project director Pramit Garg in Noida.

According to Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) officials, Singh also assured mobilisation of three new sets of cranes to work along the corridor. “With these new cranes, we will be able to start laying the U-girders from the first week of March,” said a DMRC official. “Our MD has further said tenders in the pipeline for the route, including for signalling, telecom, automatic fare collection and rolling stock track, will also be expedited,” he said.

IR to manufacture Dual-mode Locos that run on Diesel, Electricity

(Representational Image): Bombardier’s dual mode Locomotive ALP-45DP at the Innotrans convention in Berlin

New Delhi: In a first for Indian Railways, diesel locomotives will soon haul trains by drawing power through overhead wires on an electrified route, with the public transporter embarking upon manufacturing dual-mode engines.

“We will be manufacturing dual-mode locomotives to run trains on diesel and also by drawing power through overhead wire on electrified route,” said a senior railway ministry official involved in the project.

साल भर में 100 रेलवे स्टेशनों पर गूगल वाई-फाई

समारोह के मुख्य अतिथि प्रभु ने कहा, गूगल वाई-फाई सुविधा के साथ ही हम भारतीय रेल अन्य स्टेशनों पर आने जाने वाले यात्रियों को भी बेहतर सुविधाएं प्रदान करने के लिए प्रयासरत हैं

पणजी। रेल मंत्री सुरेश प्रभु ने यहां शनिवार को कहा कि एक साल के भीतर कम से कम 100 रेलवे स्टेशनों पर गूगल द्वारा प्रायोजित वाई-फाई की सुविधा उपलब्ध होगी। प्रभु ने \'अखिल भारतीय सारस्वत सम्मेलनÓ के मौके से अलग संवाददाताओं से कहा, एक साल में हम लगभग 100 प्रमुख रेलवे स्टेशनों पर लोगों को गूगल वाई-फाई सुविधा उपलब्ध करा देंगे।

Railways to install large signboards across 2000 stations to tap advertisement potential

New Delhi: To exploit the revenue generation potential of the vast real estate it owns, Railways will install large digital signboards across 2000 busy stations to display train-related information and commercial advertisements.

As per the plan, railways will install about 100,000 networked large screens across 2000 stations connected using multi-path protected optical fibre network, with a screen in front of each train coach, in concourse, circulating area, foot over bridges, waiting rooms, lounges and every other place that makes sense to the rail users.

Countdown for 2016-17 Rail Budget kicks off with all new Challenges

Challenges steep, but Railway Minister Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu may deliver a great Rail Budget!

New Delhi: Countdown for the 2016-17 Rail Budget has kicked off with Railways, apparently for the first time, inviting suggestions and innovative ideas from the public to include them in its budget. Two key issues, improving the existing passenger amenities in trains and at stations and maximum utilisation of the high class technology available for running of trains — should be be of paramount importance for Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu, when he presents the Rail Budget in Parliament in the last week of February.

World Bank partners with Indian Railways to set up Railways Development Fund

World Bank to be anchor investor in Rail Development Fund; says Suresh Prabhu, Union Minister for Railways. Indian Railways is likely to have more Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from the United States for proper transportation sector which is key to India’s growth; adds Suresh Prabhu

The Union Minister for Railways, Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu meeting the US Secretary of Transportation, Anthony Foxx, in Washington, DC on January 15, 2016.

Washington: Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Saturday said that the World Bank will work with the Indian Railways to set up a railways development fund that would finance a part of $142 billion project to modernise the railways.

The railway minister did not divulge details on the size and nature of the fund, adding that it was “still under discussion,”.

Delhi Metro is building a Safe & Pollution Free Delhi

DMRC Waste4Recycle

New Delhi: Delhi’s rising air pollution levels have scared all. While the state government tried to curb it a bit by running a trial phase of the odd-even rule along with several other measures, but we all know that is not enough. Every individual and organization have to do their bit to preserve the city environment.

They can seek inspiration from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), which has recycled about 8.80 tonnes of waste paper over a period of five months in order to contribute its bit to preserving the environment.

Next stretch of Chennai Metro Rail to be Operational in 6 months

CMRL Little MountChennai: Chennai Metro Rail is said to be pulling out all the stops to get the next stretch from Little Mount to Chennai Airport operational in six months.
According to officials of Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL), the civil work at stations along this stretch is in full swing and may be completed soon.
“Most of the track work in this corridor is over; the remaining work will also be complete in a few months. Following this, overhead electrical work will be taken up. We are hoping to launch the commercial operations in six months,” an official said.

IRCTC Engages TNS India to gauge Results

New Delhi: Helping Indian Railways judge the efficacy of its cleanliness initiatives at stations across the country, IRCTC has engaged market research firm TNS India which has begun surveying passenger satisfaction levels and shortcomings of the ambitious Swachh Rail mission.

TNS India Pvt Ltd, which was formerly known as Taylor Nelson Sofres, began its three-month exercise on Friday. It will submit a final report on March 15, based on 31 days of feedback (till Feburary 15), according to IRCTC — a subsidiary of Indian Railways.

Railways inks Deal with SBI to bid adieu to 100 Year-old Money Chests

Railway Money ChestsThe MoU will come into effect on January 20 at railway stations all over the State. SBI will arrange for the money to be collected from the stations through their outsourced agency. “It will be anytime between 9.30 am and 2 pm just to ensure the cash is deposited before 3 pm at the banks,” the FA added.

The scene of colonial cash chest system that still runs in Railways to fade away shortly!

Bangalore: At a time when both public and private sectors are pushing for more modern and real time banking system to transfer money via net banking, the 162-year-old Indian Railway is still using the colonial 2.5 quintals ‘cash chest’ to transport cash from small (intermediate) stations to mother station. After more than one 100 years of keeping its cash safe in mammoth, iron chests, the South Western Railway (SWR) has finally decided to modernise.
Railway officials and Railway Police Force personnel will no longer have to break their heads over safety of the cash generated daily in their custody as banks will arrange for the money to be collected from all the 321 railway stations of Bengaluru, Mysuru and Hubballi Railway Divisions.

Railways needs more Spend on basic Infrastructure in Freight Sector: CRB

New Delhi: Despite Railways being the most economical mode of transportation, its traffic is going down as compared to other modes of transport and the reason is Railways has not spent enough for developing basic infrastructure for the freight sector, Railway Board Chairman A K Mital said today. Inaugurating the 16th National Seminar organised by the Centre for Transportation Research and Management (CTRAM) on the theme “Evolving Strategic Partnership for Select Freight Segments” here, Mr Mital said Railways has brought in various policies and initiatives for attracting investors in these sectors. It has also improved freight terminals as 90 per cent of the loading is done from these terminals and this seminar is supposed to concentrate on bringing the investment on terminals that is to attract more and more freight by loading steel, cement and automobiles, Mr Mital pointed out.
CTRAM Seminar

Hassan-Bengaluru Railway Line to become Operational by June

Hassan-Bangalore Rail LineBangalore: The Hassan-Bengaluru railway line will become operational by June this year, A. Manju, Minister in-charge of Hassan district, said here on Monday. “As per the earlier plan, the project should have been completed by March this year. However, I am told that it will take two more months,” the Minister told presspersons.
The railway connectivity between Hassan and Bengaluru has become a necessity as Shravanabelagola is getting ready for the Mahamastakabhisheka in 2018, a major event that is held once in 12 years. “Railway connectivity helps visitors go to Shravanabelagola during the programme from across the country and abroad. For many years, the people of Hassan have been waiting for this railway line,” he said.

Bangalore Metro Rail yet to decide on route for Airport Line

Bangalore: Six years after it was conceived and three years after the Centre approved it, plans for the Metro Rail airport link remain on paper because Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation (BMRC) has not finalized the alignment.

The proposed line between Gottigere and Nagavara in Phase 2 of the Metro project is expected to run along Outer Ring Road till Hebbal. From Hebbal, the line is to be extended along Ballari Road till the airport as part of Phase 3.

Railway JEs and SSEs goes on Mass Leave for Group-B Status

Railway UnionsNew Delhi: Junior Engineers (JEs) and Senior Sections Engineers (SSEs) in the Railways will go on mass leave on Wednesday to press their demand for the Group B status.
The engineers are apparently upset over the Seventh Pay Commission, which did not grant them the Group B status despite a notification by the Department of Personnel and Training to treat Railway JEs and SSEs on par with their counterparts in other central government departments.

IRCTC takes measures to control Ticket Booking using Automated Software on its Website

About 58 per cent of total reserved train tickets are now booked through IRCTC, up from 54 per cent last year. IRCTC expects its share of rail tickets to touch 80%

irctc automated bookingNew Delhi: In furtherance to strengthen its PRS (Passenger Reservation System), Ministry of Railways has taken various measures on IRCTC website to control ticket booking using automated software. In this regard, a Combined Press Conference was held today i.e. 19.01.2016 by the Indian Railways. The Conference was attended by the apex officials namely CMD, IRCTC Dr. A.K.Manocha, MD, CRIS Sanjaya Das, Executive Director, C&IS U.Hazarika Railway Board and other senior officials from Railway Board.  The various measures which IRCTC and CRIS now takes to control rail ticket booking by using automated software are as follows: -
Internet Ticketing:
Internet ticketing on IRCTC website was started in year 2002 with 29 tickets on the first day. This has now increased to more than 13 lakh tickets booked in a single day (achieved on 01/04/2015).
Internet ticketing on IRCTC website has progressively increased over the years and its share in the total reserved tickets has also progressively increased.
Table-A : Year wise Internet tickets booked.
Year wise Tickets Booked(Internet)
YearTickets BookedTicket Fare (In Rs.)
Table-B : Growth of Internet Ticketing over last five years.
Tickets Booked
Table-C:  Continuously increasing Share of Internet ticketing.
Year% Internet Ticketing Passengers to Total Passengers Travelled% PRS Passengers to Total Passengers Travelled
2011- 201238.5461.46
2012- 201343.2156.79
2013- 201448.7351.27
2014- 201554.5245.48
Next Generation e-Ticketing System (NGeT) :
Due to increased demand of e-ticketing and capacity constraint there were problems in ticket booking process and complaints of website slowness and non availability. The Next generation e-ticketing system(NGeT)  was  launched on 28/04/2014 to handle increased ticket booking. The capacity was increased from 2000 tickets in a minute to 7200 tickets in a minute . The capacity of NGeT was further increased to 15000 tickets in a minute in 2015 to book tickets fast and easily. The e-tickets may be booked easily and faster through website and the IRCTC website is able to handle 15000 tickets per minute at present. The concurrent user connections were increased from 40,000 to 1,20,000 in NGeT,  which has further been increased to 3,00,000 before Diwali rush. The enquiries in NGeT have also been increased from 1000 per second to 3000 per second. Capacity in NGeT was increased this year by doubling the servers in integration layer and adding storage space.
A scripting or script language is a programming language that supports scripts, programs written for a special run-time environment that automate the execution of tasks that could alternatively be executed one-by-one by a human operator. Scripting languages are often interpreted (rather than compiled). Primitives are usually the elementary tasks or API calls, and the language allows them to be combined into more complex programs. Environments that can be automated through scripting include software applications, web pages within a web browser, the shells of operating systems (OS), embedded systems, as well as numerous games. The scripting technology is also useful to automate the process of filling the data in   web pages at client end. The scripting is available in google chrome, Mozila and other browsers.
CAPTCHA Tells Humans and Computers Apart Automatically. A CAPTCHA is a program that protects websites against attacks by generating multiple automatic requests using scripting technology or other computer program. In general, a CAPTCHA is used to prevent abuse by automated scripts.
Scripting on IRCTC website:
The demand of Tatkal and ARP (Advance Reservation Period) tickets is increasing  day by day  hence use of Scripting technology is also increasing  on IRCTC website client end web pages for filling up the various forms used during ticket booking process for faster booking. This Scripting technology and tools are being used by programmers for developing software like Black TS etc for faster filling the forms used during ticket booking process. The parameters at client end can be easily seen by programmers of any website and may be used for scripting. The scripting tools, technology is available online and Google Chrome and Mozilla Browsers support the scripting. The scripting software for input at client end may be developed easily for any website.  Since the scripting at client end cannot be stopped, the impact of the use of scripting technology has been negated by the various checks in the form of Captcha ,  Time delay and  other server side checks. Banks have also implemented OTP in net banking to control the automated booking using scripting software/tools.
Checks Implemented on IRCTC website to stop misuse of Internet Ticket booking facility by the use of automated softwares:
  1. CAPTCHA is implemented on IRCTC website at Registration page to stop automated registrations.
  2. Single email, single Registration is also implemented on website to stop multiple registrations on one Individual email-id. Verification link is sent to email-id for verification.
  3. Single Mobile, single Registration is also implemented on website to stop multiple registrations on one Individual Mobile. OTP (One time password) is sent to mobile to verify Mobile.
(i) Minimum form filling time check  implemented in passenger reservation form.
(ii) Minimum payment time check implemented for payment process.
(iii) Only two Tatkal tickets can be booked for single user ID in opening Tatkal Hrs.  i.e  10-12 hours .
(iv) Maximum 10 tickets in a month can be booked on an user ID.
(v) One user can do only one login at one point in a time.
(vi) Only one Tatkal ticket in single session (except return journey).
(vii) Only two opening Tatkal tickets per IP address.
(viii) OTP (One time password) is implemented in net banking payment options.
(ix) Captcha is implemented at login, Reservation Form page and Payment page.
Time taken in Booking of ticket:
The Next Generation e-Ticketing System (NGeT) is able to handle load of 15000 tickets in a minute. Hence 250 tickets can be booked concurrently in a second. At best, an individual user can book his ticket in 35 seconds.. The time taken for ticket booking depends upon the speed of internet at client end, form filling speed of individual and bank response time. At reservation counters, a ticket can be booked in less than 35 seconds.
To stop the misuse of website various time checks and Captcha have been implemented as discussed above. With these checks in place, it is not possible to book any Opening Tatkal ticket by any software being sold in the market earlier than 35 seconds. Tables shown below which indicate first 35 seconds bookings and   36th   second to 60th second booking separately at 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM for Opening Tatkal at PRS counters vis a vis IRCTC website.
Table-D: First Minute Tatkal ticket booking in AC Classes at 10:00 AM.
First Minute Tatkal Ticket Booking (AC Classes)
Transaction Time 10:00:00 to 10:00:35 10:00:36 to 10:01:00
Transaction Date No. of tickets booked (Tatkal) No. of tickets booked (Tatkal)

Table-E: First Minute Tatkal ticket booking in Non AC Classes at 11:00 AM.
First Minute Tatkal Ticket Booking (Non-AC Classes)
Transaction Time 11:00:00 to 11:00:35 11:00:36 to 11:01:00
Transaction Date No. of tickets booked (Tatkal) No. of tickets booked (Tatkal)
From the above tables, it is clearly evident that while it is possible to book tickets through human process at PRS counters within first 35 seconds, it is not possible to book any Tatkal ticket in first 35 seconds on IRCTC website even by using scripting software. The claim made by various software sellers in the market that their software can book Tatkal in 10 to 20 seconds is not factually correct. Further, only 5 to 6 Thousand tatkal tickets are booked in the first minute both at PRS counters and IRCTC website put together out of the total 1.5 lakhs Tatkal tickets available on PRS. This again is contrary to the claim made by the media that entire Tatkal tickets are booked within first 30 seconds by using automated software.
Security measures to control Hacking – Multilayered security with deep defense in the NGeT system:
  1. State of the art perimeter security in the data center comprising of front-end & backend firewall, network intrusion prevention system, Web application firewall, Security information event management(SIEM) , host intrusion prevention system (HIPS), OS hardening on all servers , Web/App server hardening, database server hardening, Spring security framework in the application software.
  1. All best practices for ensuring security in the application software have been followed. All 10 OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) application software vulnerabilities have been addressed.
  1. By dint of these security measures, no hacking attempt has been successful on the NGeT system. All intrusion or Distributed Denial of Service  (DDoS) attempts have been thwarted.
Third party audit
  1. Periodic external audits are being conducted. In a recent audit done by STQC (Standardization, Testing and Quality Certification) ,DeitY, Govt. of India, the auditing agency has certified that the web application is free from OWASP top 10  and any other known vulnerabilities; and is safe for hosting.
  2. Pre-launch Source code audit by Cert-In (Computer Emergency Response Team – India), DeITY Govt. of India, was conducted.
Real -time feed of internet traffic to Cert-IN for security alerts:
Packet headers of traffic traversing through internet gateway routers are forwarded in real-time to CERT-In for their analysis & reporting. In response, CERT-In sends real time alerts (in case some malicious activity is detected) and weekly reports.

Mentally ill man sets ladies coach ablaze in Mumbai

Mumbai: A 28-year-old man was arrested after he set a compartment on fire in an empty local train parked between Churchgate and Marine Lines stations around 4am on Sunday. Akash Gharade, who later told the police that he is undergoing treatment for a mental ailment, hails from Nagpur.

"Gharade entered the ladies compartment, tore off the seat and struck a match," said an official from the Churchgate GRP outpost. "The train was stabled on the Up line adjacent to the road. Six men were carrying out cleaning and maintenance work," said Western Railway divisional manager Shailendra Kumar. "One of the men saw the coach on fire and alerted the others. When they reached the coach, they saw Gharade seated nonchalantly near the door. He was taken into custody by the GRP," Kumar said, adding that he expressed no remorse.

The fire brigade doused the flames in half an hour but the fire had spread to a general compartment. Damage has been pegged at Rs 20 lakh. Railway officials said security at the time of maintenance will be beefed up.

Gharade left his home town eight months ago. He has been in Mumbai for five months and is now unemployed. "He worked in small restaurants, cleaning utensils, for some time. He has also worked with a caterer. He appears disturbed and may be sent for psychiatric evaluation," a GRP official said.

He told railway officials that he set the coach on fire "as he wanted to go to jail to avoid being harassed by family members". The GRP official said, "We made some calls to Nagpur to trace his family. His mother has shifted home so we have not been able to contact her."

Gharade, who will be produced before a railway court on Monday, has been booked under provisions of the Indian Penal Code for mischief and under the Indian Railways Act
Source - times of india.





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