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Annual Statistical Statement 2011-12

 

 

INDIAN RAILWAYS ANNUAL STATISTICAL STATEMENTS  2011-12

 

 

Cover Page

 

 

Message from Chairman, Railway Board

 

 

Message from Financial Commissioner (Railways)

 

 

Message from Additional Member (Budget), Railway Board

 

 

Introductory Note

 

 

 

 

Statements

Contents

Page No.

1

Financial Results

2

2

(a)

Capital-at-Charge (excluding worked lines) on 31st March

6

 

(b)

Capital Outlay to end of the year of branch lines worked

10

3

Total Investment (excluding worked lines) from different sources as on 31st March

16

4

Working Expenses (excluding suspense and payments to worked lines by heads of Demands for Grants

22

5

Capital-at-Charge /Capital Outlay, Revenue earnings and Expenses

26

6

Gross Earnings of each Railway system

32

7

Working Expenses (excluding suspense and payments to worked lines) of each Railway System

38

8

Kilometrage Statement

44

9

(a)

Mean Kilometrage worked, Number of Stations and Gradients

58

 

(b)

Number of Stations classified

64

10

Rolling stock in service as on 31st  March

70

11

Net additions to or Reduction in Rolling Stock (Discontinued since 1970-71)

 

12

Passenger Revenue Statistics – Passengers Originating and Carried, Passenger Kilometres, Average Distance Carried, Average rate Charged and Earnings by Classes

110

13

Goods Revenue Statistics – Tonnes Originating, Terminating, Transhipped, Gross and Carried, Net Tonne Kilometres, Average Lead, Average Rate Charged and Earnings by Principal Commodities

166

14

Revenue Earnings and Expenses, including worked lines rated against selected units (Discontinued since 1970-71)

 

15

Results of working of Coaching and Goods Services

224

16

Tonne Kilometrage pertaining to Steam, Diesel and Electric Locomotives

236

17

Train and Engine Kilometrage pertaining to Steam, Diesel and Electric locomotives

248

18

Engine Hours pertaining to Steam, Diesel and Electric Locomotives

268

19

(a)

Vehicle Kilometres (in terms of 4-wheelers) and Wagon Kilometres (in terms of 8-wheelers) relating to trains hauled by Steam, Diesel and Electric Locomotives

282

 

(b)

Goods train Performance – Detailed Statistics of Through, Van and Shunting Goods trains

308

20

Speed of Goods Trains(excluding departmental) hauled by Steam, Diesel and Electric Locomotives

318

21

Shunting  and Light Running

322

22

Engine Usage----Average number of engines used daily on various services,
Engine kilometres per day per engine employed on various services and Net
Tone kilometres per locomotive day

  

326

23

Loads of Trains

342

24

Vehicles and Wagons----Number and their Usage

348

25

Density of Traffic

354

26

(a)

Repairs of Rolling Stock pertaining of Steam, Diesel and Electric Locomotives----
Average Number and Percentage Under or Awaiting Repairs Daily

 358

 

(b)

Cost of Repairs and Maintenance of Rolling Stock

380

27

(a)

Fuel Consumption by Classes of Fuel

386

 

(b)

Fuel Consumption by Classes of Services

408

28

Efficiency Statistics ----Net Tonne Kilometres and Gross Tonne Kilometres per Engine Hour and Wagon Turn--Round

 434

29

Principal Commodities Carried and Earnings therefrom----
Merged with Statement No.13 during 1966-67 and 1967-68 and is being printed separately (Goods Revenue Statistics) since 1969-70

 

30

Analysis of Operating Expenses

438

31

Lube Oil Consumption

468

32

Electric Multiple Unit (EMU) Suburban and Main Line Electric Multiple Unit (MEMU), Diesel Hydraulic Multiple Unit (DHMU) and Diesel Electric Multiple Unit (DEMU)----Non-Suburban Train Statistics of Railways

472

33

Performance of Rail Cars and Rail Buses (internal combustion engine propelled)

518

34

Rolling Stock in Services on Non-Government Railways (Discontinued)

 

35

Net Additions to or Reductions in Rolling Stock on Non-Government Railways during the year (Discontinued)

 

36

Passenger and Goods Revenue Statistics and Earnings of Non-Government Railways
Passenger/Tonnes Originating and Carried, Passenger Kilometres, Net Tonne Kilometres,
Average Distance Carried, Passenger/Goods Earnings and Rate Charged (Discontinued)

 

37

Engine Kilometres and Coal Consumption of Non-Government Railways (Discontinued)

 

38

Value of Stores Purchased          Errata

522

39

(a)

Stores Transactions

536

 

(b)

Summary Statement of Stores Transactions

553

40

Staff Statistics – At a Glance

554

40-I

Number of Staff(Groups A,B,C and D) Permanent and Temporary (Open and Construction) employed on each Railway and under the Railway Board on 31st March

 604

40-II

Total Number and Annual Cost of Groups A, B,C and D Staff Permanent and Temporary,
(Open line and Construction) employed on 31st March

 

 

(a)

Groups ‘A’ & ‘B’ Staff (Permanent and Temporary) 608
 

(b)

Group ‘C’-----Workshop and Artisan Staff (Permanent and Temporary)
(Senior Technician, Supervisor(Ministry), Technician Grade----I,II and III
612
 

(c)

Group ‘C’-----Running Staff (Permanent and Temporary) 

616
 

(d)

Other Group ‘C’  Staff (Permanent and Temporary) 620
 

(e)

Group ‘D’  ---- Workshop and Artisan Staff (Permanent  and Temporary)
  (Semi-Skilled and Unskilled)
624
 

(f)

Other Group ‘D’ Staff (Permanent  and Temporary) 628
 

(g)

Total Workshop and Artisan Staff whether classified as Group ‘C’ or Group ‘D’ 632
 

(h)

Total Staff [Total of Statements (a) to (f) 636
 

(i)

Details of Staff Employed on Open Line 640
 

(j)

Group---Wise Number and Annual Cost on Staff employed on Metropolitan
Transport Projects (Railways) on 31st March
642
 

(k)

Staff Wastage---Total Number of Retired Staff (Groups A,B, C and D) 644

40-III

Department-wise Number of Staff---As on 31st March under various categories

648

40-IV

(a)

Number of Group ‘C’ Staff----(Permanent and Temporary,  Open Line and Construction) As pm 31 st March in the revised scales of pay


676
 

(b)

Department-wise  total number of Group ‘C’ Staff (Permanent and Temporary Open Line and Construction) as on 31 st March in the revised scales of pay


678
 

(c)

Number of Group ‘D’ Staff (Permanent and Temporary Open Line and Construction) as on 31 st March in the revised scales of pay


682
 

(d)

Department – wise total number of Group ‘D’ Staff (Permanent and Temporary Open Line and Construction) as on 31 st March in the revised scales of pay


683

40-V

Man-days lost due to Sickness and Labour Trouble
For Groups other than ‘A’ and ‘B’

684

40-VI

Number of Attacks and Deaths under various kinds of diseases on Railway Offices

685

40-VII

(a)

Total Number of Female Employees (Permanent and Temporary Open Line and Construction) as on 31 st March

 687

 

(b)

Department-wise total number of Female Employees (Permanent and Temporary Open Line and Construction) as on      31st March

688

40-VIII

Government Railways – Staff Housed 

 

 

(a)

Number of Group ‘C’ Staff (Permanent and Temporary Open Line and Construction) Housed on each of the Government Railways as on 31 st March

689
 

(b)

Number of Group ‘D’ Staff (Permanent and Temporary Open Line and Construction) Housed on each of the Government Railways as on 31 st March

690

41

Statistics of Accidents and Unusual Occurrences

691
 

(a)

Accidents  (Train Accidents and Misc. Accidents) and Failures of Railway Equipment

736
 

(b)

Casualties due to Train Accidents, Misc. Accidents and Failures of Railway Equipment 

752
 

(c)

Approximate cost of Damage to Rolling Stock and Permanent way due to Train Accidents, Misc. Accidents and Failures of Railway Equipment—

754
 

(d)

Total hours of interruption to Through Traffic on Govt. Railways due to Train Accidents, Misc. Accidents and Failures of Railway Equipment 

756
 

(e)

Casualties among passengers in Train Accidents per Million Passenger Carried

758
 

(f)

Number of persons Killed and Injured

   760

   

(i)

In unusual occurrences resulting from movement of trains/vehicles exclusive of cases covered by the
 Statement 41(b),
 
   

(ii) 

In unusual occurrences in which the movement of vehicles was not concerned;  and    
   

(iii)

In railway workshops, lines under construction etc.  
 

(g)

Cost of damage/loss to Railway property on account of sabotage and other unusual happenings due to law and order problems

764

42

Rolling Stock fitted with automatic brakes, Vehicles lighted by gas or electricity and Lower Class carriages provided with latrine accommodation (Discontinued since 1970-71)

 

43

 Cost of the Police Force and Railway Protection Force employed on Railway

766

44

Number of Sub-Standard Staff Quarters as on 31st March

770

 




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