Saturday, February 28, 2015

Diploma or BE Mechanical Engineer / Sr.Engineer - Cement Mill / Projects job vacancies Aditya Birla Group - Ariyalur, Tamil Nadu

Diploma or BE Mechanical Engineer / Sr.Engineer - Cement Mill / Projects job vacancies Aditya Birla Group - Ariyalur, Tamil Nadu
Aditya Birla Group job vacancies:

Post Title : Engineer / Sr.Engineer - Cement Mill / Projects

Job Number: : 1501017R 

Schedule : Full-time

Primary Location : India-Tamil Nadu-Ariyalur 

Organization : Reddipalayam Cement Works

Introduction about the Business
A US $40 billion corporation the Aditya Birla Group is in the League of Fortune 500. It is anchored by an extraordinary force of over 136000 employees belonging to 42 different nationalities. The Group operates in 36 countries Australia Austria Bangladesh Brazil Canada China Egypt France Germany Hungary India Indonesia Italy Ivory Coast Japan Korea Laos Luxembourg Malaysia Myanmar Philippines Poland Russia Singapore South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sweden Switzerland Tanzania Thailand Turkey UAE UK USA and Vietnam.UltraTech Cement Limited has an annual capacity of 52 million tonnes. It manufactures and markets Ordinary Portland Cement Portland Blast Furnace Slag Cement and Portland Pozzalana Cement. It also manufactures ready mix concrete RMC. The company has 11 integrated plants one white cement plant one clinkerisation plant in UAE 15 grinding units 11 in India UltraTech Cement is the countrys largest exporter of cement clinker. The export markets span countries around the Indian Ocean Africa Europe and the Middle East.2 in UAE one in Bahrain and Bangladesh each and and five terminals four in India and one in Sri Lanka.UltraTech Cement is the countrys largest exporter of cement clinker. The export markets span countries around the Indian Ocean Africa Europe and the Middle East.
Monitor the mechanical maintenance activities of cement mill and packing plant to optimize the plant availability and maintenance cost.
Should have sound knowledge on Mechanical maintenance of Roller press, Ball Mill & conveying equipment’s like belt conveyor, bucket elevators, DPC & Air slides.
Coordinate in identifying up-gradation/ de-bottlenecking projects for improving the plant availability and productivity.
Undertake project proposals, estimates, drawings and their modifications to obtain approvals and project execution in the stipulated time.
Checking and inspection of drawings spares, modification in the existing system to suit the requirement and Co-ordination with internal departments and consultants/suppliers.
Monitor cost of mechanical, civil execution works to avoid overruns and implementation of projects within the stipulated time.
Working knowledge in PM Module
Awareness about ABG excellence framework and safety standards.

Qualifications and eligibility:
Diploma or B.Tech in MechanicalEngineering
Experience Level 0 - 5 Years Reports to : Section Head - Cement Mill / Projects Infrastructure & Welfare Facilities Well established colony infrastructure. ABPS & ABMS schools for children education.
Last Date of Application 05/03/2015, 11:59:00 PM

Friday, February 27, 2015

How to write a survey report on the reading habits

How to write a survey report on the reading habits
Write a survey report on the reading habits of engineering students for submission to your college principal. Also give a set of recommendations for enhancing the reading habits of technical students.

Answer :

Date: 10.12.2013

The Principal
College Name

Respected Sir,

Sub : Survey Report on Reading Habits

After school or at leisure, the activities that students do most are “watching television, videos, VCDs, playing computer games, listening to music, songs, radio, chatting with friends”. The results on the
percentages of students spending 2 hours or more per week on reading books, newspapers and electronic information show that more students read books at lower levels whilst at higher levels, more students read electronic information. The topics that students read most in newspapers and on the computer is similar, namely “Entertainment”, “Computer, Information Technology”. The types of books that students read most are “Stories”, “Jokes / Humours”. It is apparent that the types of books that students prefer are for entertainment and leisure and not mostly for intellectual enhancement. The percentage of students spending 2 hours or more per week on reading books is higher if their parents go to public libraries with them “every week or every month” compared with “less than a month or never”.

Students possessing books at home usually spend more time on reading books compared with those with few or none. The results on the percentages of students borrowing books once 2 weeks or more frequently from the school or public libraries show that a higher percentage of students borrow books from the school libraries than public libraries though the latter provide more books for them to choose from. Recommendations for enhancing reading habits :

- A book must be carried always.

- Television / Internet must be reduced.

- Reading hour or Reading day should be planned.

- Used book shops should also be preferred.

- A quiet place should be preferred.

- A goal should be set before entering into action.

- A regularity in reading books must be maintained.

E-Books are lot lighter than an average book so they must be given more preference.

Thanking you,

Yours faithfully,

Dharmeshwaran R.

Shift Supervisor job vacancies in Co-Operative Society Spinning Mills in Tamilnadu

Shift Supervisor job vacancies in Co-Operative Society Spinning Mills in Tamilnadu
Looking for Shift Supervisor job vacancies in Co-Operative Society Spinning Mills in Tamilnadu? Read more details below and send your applications before 13th March 2015

Advertisement No.DIPR/203/Display/2015

Advertisement date 24.02.2015

Last date of applying is 13.03.2015

Name of the post: Shift Supervisor - 16 Posts

Reservation details: 4 UR ; 3 MBC ; 4 BC ; 1 BC Muslim ; 3 SC ; 1 SC Arunthathiyar)

Scale of Pay 5000-150-9500 (to be revised)
Eligibility:  BSc Textiles / Diploma in Textiles Technology / BE-BTech Textiles Engineering / Textiles Technology with 2 years experience

Age 30 years

Postings allocation :
Anna Co-Operative Spinning Mills Ltd, Theni - 2 Posts
Bharathi Co-Operative Spinning Mills Ltd, Ettayapuram  - 2 Posts
Ramanathapuram District Co-Operative Spinning Mills Ltd, Kamuthi and Acchangulam - 5 Posts
Kanyakumari District Cooperative Spinning Mills, Aralvaimozhi - 3 Posts
Pudukottai District Cooperative Spinning Mills, Aranthangi - 2 Posts
Krishnagiri District Cooperative Spinning Mills, Uthangarai - 2 Posts

Age limit: 35 years

Selection Process: Selection by written test and interview.

How to apply: Send your applications to The Joint Director (Textiles), Office of the Director of Handlooms and Textiles, 2nd Floor, Kuralagam, Chennai 600 108 by Registered Post.

Railway Budgets 2015 in India - Highlights - English Version

Railway Budgets 2015 in India - Highlights - English Version
Highlights of the Railway Budget 2015-16
1. IR to become prime mover of economy once again
2 Resource Mobilization for higher Investments
3. Decongestion of heavy haul routes and speeding up of trains: emphasis on gauge conversion, doubling, tripling and electrification
4. Project delivery
5. Passenger Amenities.
6. Safety
7. Transparency & System Improvement.
8. Railways to continue to be the preferred mode of transport for the masses.
9. Sustainability.

Four goals for Indian Railways to transform over next five years:
a) To deliver a sustained and measurable improvement in customer experience.
b) To make Rail a safer means of travel.
c) To expand Bhartiya Rail’s capacity substantially and modernise infrastructure: increase daily passenger carrying capacity from 21million to 30 million: increase track length by 20% from 1,14,000 km to 1,38,000 km: grow our annual freight carrying capacity from 1 billion to 1.5 billion tonnes.
d) Finally, to make Bhartiya Rail financially self-sustainable. Generate large surpluses from operations not only to service the debt needed to fund our capacity expansion, but also to invest on an on-going basis to replace our depreciating assets.
Execution strategy to have five drivers:
a) Adopting a medium-term perspective:
Railway Budget part of trilogy of documents viz. the White Paper placed today, Budget 2015-16 & a Vision-2030 document which will follow. Budget proposals to mark beginning of a Five Year Action Plan to transform the Railways.
Item Amount (Rs in crore)
Network Decongestion (including DFC, Electrification, Doubling
including electrification and traffic facilities) 199320
Network Expansion (including electrification) 193000
National Projects (North Eastern & Kashmir connectivity projects) 39000
Safety (Track renewal, bridge works, ROB, RUB and Signalling &
Telecom) 127000
Information Technology / Research 5000
Rolling Stock (Locomotives, coaches, wagons – production &
maintenance) 102000
Passenger Amenities 12500
High Speed Rail & Elevated corridor 65000
Station redevelopment and logistic parks 100000
Others 13200
TOTAL 8,56,020

b) Building Partnerships:
This will require partnering with key stakeholders: States, PSU’s, partner with multilateral and bi-lateral organizations & other governments to gain access to long term financing and technology from overseas, the private sector to improve last mile connectivity, expand fleet of rolling stock and modernize our station infrastructure.
c) Leveraging additional resources:
IR envisages investment of Rs. 8.5 lakh crore in next five years to be mobilized from multiple sources to cater to funding i.e Multilateral development banks, pension funds.
d) Revamping management practices, systems, processes, and re-tooling of human resources:
 Targeted operating ratio for 2015-16 at 88.5% against 91.8%in 2014-15: best in the last 9 years.
 IR to speed up decision making, tighten accountability, improve management information systems: training and development of human resource.
e) To set standards for Governance and Transparency Eleven major thrust areas of Action Plan: Quality of life in journeys:
Cleanliness:-Swachh Rail Swachh Bharat, new department for cleanliness, integrated cleaning by engaging professional agencies and training our staff, ‘waste to energy’ conversion plants, new toilets
covering 650 additional stations compared to 120 stations last year. Bio-toilets.
Bed linen: NIFT to design; online booking of disposable bed rolls:
Help-line: 24X7 helpline number 138;toll-free number 182 for security related complaints.
Ticketing: operation five minutes for issuing unreserved tickets, hot buttons, coin vending machines,
single destination teller, concessional e-tickets for differently abled travelers, developing a multi-ingual
e-portal, crediting of refunds through banks, unreserved tickets on Smart phones, proliferation of automatic ticket vending machines with smart cards and currency options, integrated ticketing system on the lines of rail-cum-road tickets, Defence Travel System developed for elimination of Warrants .
Catering: e-catering to select meals from an array of choices. Ordering food through IRCTC website at the time of booking of tickets; integrating best food chains into this project; setting up of Base Kitchens in specified Divisions to be run by reputed agencies for serving quality food; expansion of water vending machines.
Leveraging technology: Hand-held terminals to Travelling Ticket Examiners (TTEs) for verification of passengers and downloading charts; possibility of extending facility of SMS on mobiles as a valid proof of travel for PRS tickets; integrated customer portal as a single interface to access different services;
Introduction of a centrally managed Railway Display Network in over 2000 stations in next two years;
“SMS Alert” service to inform passengers in advance of the updated arrival/departure time of trains at starting or destination stations.
Surveillance: surveillance cameras provided on a pilot basis in selected mainline coaches and ladies’
compartments of suburban coaches without intruding into privacy.
Entertainment: project for introducing on-board entertainment on select Shatabdi trains on license fee
basis launched; Mobile phone charging facilities to be provided in general class coaches & increased in sleeper class coaches.

Station facilities: 200 more stations to come under Adarsh Station scheme; Wi - Fi to be provided at B category stations ; facility of self-operated lockers to be made available at stations; provision of
concierge services through IRCTC at major stations; online booking of wheel chair on payment basis for senior citizens, patients and the differently-abled passengers through IRCTC on select stations.
Train capacity: capacity in identified trains be augmented to run with 26 coaches; more General class
coaches be added in identified trains;
Comfortable travel: NID approached to design user friendly ladders for climbing upper berths; increasing quota of lower berths for senior citizens; TTEs be instructed to help senior citizens, pregnant women and differently-abled persons in obtaining lower berths; middle bay of coaches to be reserved for women and senior citizen; NID to develop ergonomically designed seats; introduction of train sets; Provision of Rs. 120 crore for Lifts and escalator which is 76% higher; newly manufactured coaches will be Braille enabled; building wider entrances for the ease of differently-abled passengers; allocation for passenger amenities up by 67% Y-O-Y. Corporate houses & MPs to be requested to invest in improving passenger amenities at Railway stations through CSR & MPLAD funds; Divisional Committees in each Railway to be chaired by Members of Parliament.
Station Redevelopment
Station redevelopment policy to be revamped and processes simplified by inviting open bids; present
stations be available for development on “as is where is” basis, to exploit the space and air rights on
concession basis; Zonal and Divisional offices be empowered for quicker decision making;Land will not be sold; Development of 10 Satellite Railway terminals in major cities with twin purpose of decongesting the city and providing service to n suburban passengers.
Capacity Augmentation
Network expansion:
 Decongesting networks with basket of traffic generating projects priority; priority to last mile connectivity projects ; fast track sanctioned works on 7,000 kms of double/third/fourth lines and
commission 1200 km in 2015-16 at an investment of Rs. 8686 crore, 84% higher Y-O-Y.
 Commissioning 800 km of gauge conversion targeted in current fiscal.
 77 projects covering 9,400 km of doubling/tripling/quadrupling works along with electrification,
covering almost all States, at a cost of Rs. 96,182 crore which is over 2700% higher in terms of amount sanctioned.
 Traffic facility works a top priority with outlay of Rs. 2374 crore .
 In the North East States, Meghalaya brought on the Railway map of India and direct connectivity
to Delhi provided. Barak Valley to be connected on BG .
 Award of 750 km of civil contracts and 1300 km of system contracts in 2015-16 on Dedicated
Freight Corridor; 55 km section of Eastern DFC to be completed in the current year. Preliminary
Engineering cum Traffic Survey (PETS) for four other DFCs in progress.
 Acceleration of pace of Railway electrification: 6,608 route kilometers sanctioned for 2015-16 ,an
increase of 1330% over the previous year.
Expansion of freight handling capacity
 Transport Logistics Corporation of India (TRANSLOC), to be set up for developing common user
facilities with handling and value-added services to provide end-to-end logistics solution at select
Railway terminals through Public Private Partnerships. Page 4 of 8
 For the benefit of our farmers, a state of the art Perishable Cargo Centre under completion at the
Azadpur Mandi with a scientific banana-ripening Centre; air cargo sector to be developed to facilitate and integrate the movement of air cargo between ICDs and the gateway airports.
 Policy for Private Freight Terminals (PFT) to be revised.
 Automatic Freight Rebate Scheme for traffic to be expanded
 Long haul freight operations to be used extensively; construction of long loop lines to be expedited. Distributed power system for multi-loco haulage to be accelerated.
Improving train speed
 Speed of 9 railway corridors to be increased from existing 110 and 130 kmph to 160 and 200 kmph respectively so that inter-metro journeys like Delhi-Kolkotta and Delhi-Mumbai can be completed overnight.
 Average speed of freight trains in empty and loaded conditions, will be enhanced to 100 kmph for
empty freight trains and 75 kmph for loaded trains; loading density on all major freight bearing routes to be upgraded to 22.82 tonne axle loads.
Bullet train
 Feasibility study for High Speed Rail between Mumbai-Ahmadabad is in advanced stage and report expected by the mid of this year. For other high speed routes on the diamond quadrilateral,
studies are being commissioned.
Upgrading manufacturing capability
 Creation of job opportunities by upgrading the manufacturing capability.
 Functioning of Indian Railways Production Units and Workshops would be reviewed to provide
them a cutting edge; measures for technological upgradation and enhancing productivity be undertaken to make them self-sustaining.
 Action plan being prepared for areas where accidents occur: five-year corporate safety plan by
June 2015 indicating annual quantifiable targets; Pending recommendations made by High Level
Safety Review Committee headed by Dr. Kakodkar Committee to be examined by April 2015.
 RDSO to develop a suitable device with reliable power supply system based on theft-proof
panels/batteries in consultation with Indian Space Research Organization, using geo-spatial
technology for providing audio-visual warning to road users at unmanned level crossings; radio
based signal design project been taken up with IIT Kanpur for warnings at unmanned level
 970 ROB/RUBs and other safety-related works to eliminate 3438 level crossings at a total
Railway expense of Rs. 6,581 crore have been sanctioned which is 2600% higher than the
previous year covering most States.
 Train Protection Warning System and Train Collision Avoidance System to be installed on select
routes at the earliest.
 Modern track structure consisting of sleepers and heavier rails being used while carrying out
primary track renewals. Better welding techniques being promoted; digital type machines to
replace analogue type machines.Page 5 of 8
Technology upgradation
 Constituting an innovation council called “Kayakalp” for business re-engineering and introducing
a spirit of innovation in Railways.
 Technology portal being constituted to invite innovative technological solutions.
 Strengthening of RDSO into an organization of excellence for applied research; four Railway
Research Centers to be set up in select universities for fundamental research; ‘Malaviya Chair’
for Railway Technology at IIT (BHU), Varanasi to be set up.
 Consortium of Ministry of Railways, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Ministry of
Science And Technology and Industries on to take up identified Railway projects for research.
 IT vision to be unveiled: information on latest berth availability station navigation system, bar
coded/RFID tracking of parcels and freight wagons, automated parcel warehouses. Integration of
train control and asset management applications.
 Mechanize integrated track maintenance.
Partnerships for development
 PPP cell to be revamped to make it result oriented.
 Projects for rail connectivity to many ports and mines being developed under participative
models; simplification of procedures and consistency of policy to be ensured.
 “Foreign Rail Technology Cooperation scheme” to be launched.
 MUTP III for Mumbai to be taken up.
 Joint ventures to be set up with States for focused project development, resource mobilization,
land acquisition, project implementation and monitoring of critical rail projects.
 JVs to be set up with major public sector customers for meeting requirements of new lines.
Improvements to Management Processes and Systems
 Delegate, de-centralize, de-regulate & simplify to be the new mantra.
 Systems audit to be conducted for review of all processes and procedures.
 Global benchmarks for key operating and maintenance activities.
 Improve appraisal mechanism for the selection of projects and introduce simulation tools for
project planning and decision-making; introducing EPC system of contracting.
 Constitution of a working group to modify present system of accounting, to ensure tracking of
expenditure to desired outcomes.
 Train operations to be audited.
 Paperless working in material management system to be expanded; Vendors to be integrated
through Vendor Interface Management System to provide single window interface to vendors.
Resource Mobilisation
 Plan Budget up by 52% from Rs. 65,798 crore to Rs. 1,00,011 crore in 2015-16. Support from the
Central Government 41.6% of the Plan and Internal generation 17.8 %; setting up of a Financing
Cell in the Railway Board.Page 6 of 8
 Setting up an infrastructure fund, a holding company and a JV with an existing NBFC of a PSU
with IRFC, for raising long term debt from domestic as well as overseas sources, including
multilateral and bilateral financial institutions. Monetisation of assets rather than selling them.
 Digitized mapping of land records and responsibility fixing for encroachments.
 New strategy to tap latent advertising potential, including offering stations and trains for corporate
 Coastal Connectivity Program. Railways in partnership with ports will deliver rail connectivity to
Nargol, Chharra, Dighi, Rewas and Tuna.
 Projects worth Rs 2500 crore through BOT/ Annuity route. These include Wardha- Nagpur 3rd
line, Kazipet-Vijaywada 3rd line, Bhadrak –Nargundi 3rd line and Bhuj- Nalia Gauge Conversion.
 Scrap disposal policy to be reviewed for speedier scrap disposal.
Human Resources
 Human Resource Audit to be undertaken. Focused Human Resource strategy to raise employee
productivity in line with global standards. Separate accounting head for HRD. ERP based Human
Resource Management System.
 Special training module on soft skills for frontline staff so that our customers feel welcomed.
Training in yoga.
 Setting up a full-fledged University during 2015-16.
 Improved delivery of health services to employees: Upgradation of four Holiday Homes.
Energy and sustainability
 Environment Directorate to be constituted in Railway Board to give increased focus and thrust on
environment management.
 Detailed energy audit for energy saving.
 Procure power through the bidding process at economical tariff from generating companies,
power exchanges, and bilateral arrangements. Initiative likely to save at least Rs. 3,000 crore in
next few years.
 Solar Power as part of the Solar Mission of Railways. 1000 MW solar plants will be set up by the
developers on Railway/private land and Railway buildings with subsidy/viability gap funding
support of Ministry of Non-Renewable Energy in next five years.
 Water conservation mission including water audit and expansion of water harvesting systems.
 Accreditation for environment management to be extended.
 100 DEMUs to be enabled for dual fuel – CNG and diesel. Locomotives running on LNG are also
currently under development.
 Noise levels of locos to be at par with international norms; concerns related to wildlife to be
 Investing in Indian Railways necessary for our ecological sustenance mainly due to efficiencies
of fuel consumption.Page 7 of 8
Transparency and Governance initiatives
 System of on-line applications introduced for two categories of recruitment as a pilot project- to
be extended.
 All possible solutions be explored to address menace of corruption.
 E-procurement value chain being expanded.
 Constituting a mechanism for making regulations, setting performance standards, determining
tariffs & adjudicating disputes among licensees/private partners and the Ministry, subject to
review in appeal.
Social initiatives
 Infrastructure like stations and training centers to be made available for skill development.
Indian Railways personnel and their services also available for this national cause.
 Promotion of products made by Self Help Groups, consisting mainly of women and youth on the
model of Konkan Railway.
 Incredible Rail for Incredible India to be launched; Promotion of training of auto-rickshaw and
taxi-operators as tourist-guides on the model of Konkan Railway.
 Coaches in select trains connecting major tourist destinations to travel agencies may be offered
on a revenue sharing model.
 IRCTC to work on promoting the Gandhi circuit to attract tourists to mark the occasion of 100
years of the return of Mahatma Gandhi to India from South Africa; IRCTC will work on Kisan
Yatra, a special travel scheme for farmers for farming & marketing technique centres.
 Net reduction in Gross Traffic Receipts by Rs 917 crore compared to the BE of Rs 1,60,165
 Growth in Ordinary Working Expenses (O.W.E) scaled down to 11.7% as against BE of 15.5%
y-o-y. Taking into account the likely savings accruing from drop in prices of HSD (high speed
diesel) for traction partly offset by higher requirements under certain heads for maintenance,
safety and cleanliness activities, the budgeted O. W. E. of Rs 1,12,649 crore decreased in the RE
2014-15 to Rs. 1,08,970 crore i.e. by Rs 3,679 crore.
 Appropriation to the Pension Fund has been increased to Rs. 29,540 crore in RE.
Internal resource generation also improved and accordingly the appropriation to DRF has been
scaled up to Rs 7,975 crore in RE from the BE 2014-15 provision of Rs 7,050 crore.
After taking into account the above, "Excess" of receipts over expenditure stands at Rs 7,278
crore in RE 2014-15 reflecting better financial management.

Plan size for 2014-15 increased from Rs 65,445 crore in the B.E to Rs 65,798 crore in the
Revised Estimates i.e. by Rs 353 crore with higher provisions under internal resource component and
market borrowings for rolling stock requirement.Page 8 of 8
Budget Estimates for 2015-16.
 The intention is to capture increased revenues and ensure appropriate investments so as to decongest
the system and enhance line-capacity.
 Passenger earnings growth pegged at 16.7% and target budgeted at Rs. 50,175 crore.
 Freight traffic is pegged at an all time high incremental traffic of 85 million tonnes, anticipating a
healthier growth in the core sector of economy; Goods earnings proposed at Rs. 1,21,423 crore
which includes rationalisation of rates, commodity classification and distance slabs.
 Other coaching and sundries are projected at Rs. 4,612 crore and Rs. 7,318 crore.
 Gross Traffic Receipts estimated at Rs 1,83,578 crore , a growth of 15.3%.
 Ordinary Working Expenses proposed to grow at 9.6% over RE 2014-15. Traction fuel bill
anticipated to shrink further.
 Higher provisions made for safety maintenance and cleanliness. Lease charges, interest
component of the current and previous market borrowings, at a growth of 21%.
 Appropriation to Pension Fund proposed at Rs 35,260 crore and appropriation to DRF at Rs
8,100 crore. Appropriation of Rs 7,616 crore proposed to be made to Capital Fund for payment
of principal component of lease charges to IRFC.
Plan Outlay 2015-16
 Gross Budgetary Support of Rs 40,000 crore for the Railway’s annual Plan. Rs 1,645.60 crore
has also been provided as Railway’s share of diesel cess from the Central Road Fund. Market
borrowing under EBR projected at Rs 17,655 crore, an increase of about 46.5%. Balance Plan
outlay includes Rs 17,793 crore from Internal Resources and Rs. 5781 crore from PPP.
Significantly, we are allocating large amounts towards Doubling, Traffic Facilities,
Electrification and Passenger Amenities.
 Given the huge shelf of project and ensuring proper funds flow for the same with a view to
completing them on target, a new financing approach to expand EBR has been projected. This
EBR, presently named EBR (Institutional Finance) would be based on institutional investments
in railway projects through Railway/ PSUs. This element is projected at Rs 17,136 crore and is
aimed at accelerating completion of capacity augmentation projects. Works proposed to be
financed through this mode are listed in the Budget documents.
 Plan Outlay is Rs 1,00,011 crore, an increase of 52% over RE 2014-15. It is anticipated that the
Plan size will get higher once resources from institutional bodies are formalized during the
course of the ensuing financial year.
 Complete the review of speed restrictions soon.
 All critical initiatives to be pursued in mission mode under designated senior officials in the
Ministry of Railways as Mission Directors; similar structure replicated in all Zonal Railways.

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Thursday, February 26, 2015

No new trains, no increase in fare of train tickets - Indian Railway Budget 2015

No new trains, no increase in fare of train tickets - Indian Railway Budget 2015
Are you looking for Indian rail budget 2015? Read the question and answers of the railway budget 2015 submitted today. Read more special key notes on the announcement at the end of this article,

What is the investment plan?

The Railway Budget envisages an investment of Rs. 8.5 lakh crore in next five years.

What would be the action plan in the sphere fund raising?

Go in for partnership with key stakeholders - States, PSUs, partner with multilateral and bi-lateral organizations other governments to gain access to long-term financing. Also, get technology from overseas. The private sector could be roped in to improve last-mile connectivity, expand fleet of rolling stock and modernize station infrastructure.

How is it going to be mobilized?

The Minister suggested that the money could be raised from multiple sources - from multilateral development banks to pension funds.

What is the thrust?

The thrust will be on revamping management practices, systems, processes, and re-tooling of human resources.

What is the proposal on capacity augmentation?

1. De-congesting networks with basket of traffic-generating projects will be the priority

2. Priority to last-mile connectivity projects

3. Fast-track sanctioned works on 7,000 kms of double/third/fourth lines

4. Commissioning 1200 km in 2015-16 at an investment of Rs. 8,686 crore, 84% higher Y-O-Y.

5. Commissioning 800 km of gauge conversion targeted in current fiscal.

6. 77 projects covering 9,400 km of doubling/tripling/quadrupling works along with electrification, covering almost all States, at a cost of Rs. 96,182 crore, which is over 2700% higher in terms of amount sanctioned.

7. Traffic facility work is a top priority with an outlay of Rs. 2374 crore .

8. Award of 750 km of civil contracts and 1300 km of system contracts in 2015-16 on Dedicated

9. Freight Corridor (DFC); 55 km section of Eastern DFC to be completed in the current year.

10. Preliminary engineering-cum-traffic survey (PETS) for four other DFCs in progress.

11. Acceleration of pace of Railway electrification: 6,608 route kilometers sanctioned for 2015-16, an increase of 1330% over the previous year.

The key themes of the Budget were in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's initiatives - Swachch Bharat Mission, Make in India and Digital India.

1The most-expected part about this year's Railway Budget - there is no increase in passsenger rail fares.

2Rs.8.5 lakh crore will be invested in Railways in next 5 years.

3'Operation 5 mins', wherein passengers travellling unreserved can purchase a ticket in 5 minutes.

4Bio toilets and airplane-type vaccum toilets in trains.

5Surveillance cameras in select coaches and ladies compartments for women's safety without compromising on privacy.

6Rail tickets can now be booked 120 days in advance.

7Speed on nine railway corridors to go up to 200 km per hour.

8Wi-Fi in more stations, mobile phone charging facilities in all train compartments.

9Facility of online booking of wheelchair for senior citizens.

10Satellite railway terminals in major cities.

11Centrally managed Rail Display Network is expected to be introduced in over 2K stations over the next 2 years.

12All india 24/7 helpline - 138 from March 2015 ; Toll free No.182 for security.

13917 road under-bridges and over-bridges to be constructed to replace 3,438 railway crossings; at a cost of Rs. 6,581 crore.

14Four Railway Research Centres to start in four universities.

15Details about new trains and increased frequency will be announced later in this session of Parliament after review.

Want to know more? Read this article: Key features of Indian Railway Budget 2015

ME2354, ME62, 10122 ME 604 - Automobile Engineering B.E Mech 06th Semester May June 2014 Question Paper

Question Paper Code: 51654
Anna University Chennai
B.E/B.Tech Degree Examinations, May June 2014
Sixth Semester
(Regulation 2008 and 2010)
Mechanical Engineering
ME2354, ME62, 10122 ME 604 - Automobile Engineering
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Geomatiques Limited Madurai, Wanted freshers - Diploma and Graduates

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ME2026 Unconventional Machining Processes, ME1001 May June 2009 Question Paper

 Question Paper Code: IK455II
Anna University Chennai
B.E/B.Tech Degree Examinations, May June 2009
Sixth Semester
(Regulation 2004)
Mechanical Engineering
ME1001 - Unconventional Machining Processes
Common to Production Engineering

Note: This question paper is coded ME2026 in Regulation 2008

ME2026 - Unconventional Machining Processes, 080120059 - Nov Dec 2013 Question Paper

 Question Paper Code: 410551
Anna University Chennai
B.E/B.Tech Degree Examinations, Nov Dec 2013
Seventh Semester
Mechanical Engineering
080120059 - Unconventional Machining Processes
(Regulation 2008)

Note: New code in Regulation 2008 is ME2026

080120059 - Uncoventional Machining Processes, ME2026 - B.E Mechanical May June 2014 Question Paper

 Question Paper Code: 11056
Anna University Chennai
B.E/B.Tech Degree Examinations, May June 2014
Seventh Semester
Mechanical Engineering
080120059 - Unconventional Machining Processes
(Regulation 2008)

ME2401 Mechatronics B.E Mechanical 07th Semester Elective Nov Dec 2014 Question Paper

Want to downloadME2401 Mechatronics B.E Mechanical 07th Semester Elective Nov Dec 2014 Question Paper? Get it from the scanned copies of original question paper below. It is useful for Anna university and its affiliated college students. 

                                                   Question Paper Code: 91668
Anna University Chennai
B.E/B.Tech Degree Examinations, November December 2014
Seventh Semester
Mechanical Engineering
ME2401, ME71, ME1402, 10122 ME 702 -  Mechatronics
(Common to Production Engineering)
(Regulation 2008, 2010)

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Plus Two Maths, Chemistry, Physics and English Model and Sample Question Papers 2015

Are you looking for sample and model +2 question banks of Maths, Chemistry, Physics and English subjects? You can download all model question papers hereunder. These question papers are from Sree Krishna College of Engineering Vellore. You can also download all those question papers just browsing from the official website of this college, Refer the official advertisement from SKCE below.

CE6451 - Fluid Mechanics and Machinery: Anna University B.E MECH R-2013 03rd Semester Nov Dec 2014 Question Paper

 Question Paper Code: 97031
Anna University Chennai
B.E/B.Tech Degree Examinations, November December 2014
Third Semester (03rd Semester)
Mechanical Engineering
CE6451 - Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
(Common to Aeronautical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Production Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Mechanical and Automation Engineering)
(Regulation 2013)

Semester: 03, III
Branch: Aeronautical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Production Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Mechanical and Automation Engineering
Degree: B.E B.Tech Degree Examination
Subject Code: CE 6451
Regular Subject Code: CE6451
Subject: Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
Regulation: 2013
Paper Type: Regular Exam
Question Document: Scanned Copy of Original Question Paper. To download, just click on the image and you have to select Save as after right click on it.

Saturday, February 21, 2015

ICC word cup WI vs Pakistan: West Indies won by 150 runs

ICC word cup WI vs Pakistan: West Indies won by 150 runs
Today 21st February 2015, West Indies met with Pakistan in the ICC world cup 2015 league. West Indies batted first and score a challenging score 310/6. Pakistan batsmen found it very difficult to chase this score and ended the game with a least score 160 within 40 overs loosing their all wickets. West Indies is now celebrating the winning moment now. The scoreboard is as follows.
West Indies won by 150
Man of the match: Andre Russell
WI: 310/6 (50 ov)
RR: 6.20
c Haris Sohail b Sohail Khan
c Wahab Riaz b Mohammad Irfan
retired hurt
c sub b Haris Sohail
c sub b Haris Sohail
run out (Sohail Khan)
c Shahid Afridi b Wahab Riaz
not out
Total (6 wkts, 50 ov)310
1-17, 2-28, 3-103, 4-194, 5-259, 6-310
Pakistan: 160/10 in 39 overs

c Andre Russell b Jerome Taylor
c Lendl Simmons b Jason Holder
c Denesh Ramdin b Jerome Taylor
c sub b Jerome Taylor
c Chris Gayle b Andre Russell
c Sulieman Benn b Darren Sammy
c Dwayne Smith b Andre Russell
c Jason Holder b Sulieman Benn
c Denesh Ramdin b Andre Russell
c Denesh Ramdin b Sulieman Benn
not out
Total (all out, 39 ov)160

1-0, 2-1, 3-1, 4-1, 5-25, 6-105, 7-139, 8-155, 9-157, 10-160

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