Locomotives Current Affairs, GK & News
The Indian Railways has decided to complete the job of fitting radio-frequency identification tags in all the wagons of the transporter as these tags will be used for tracking the wagons. Indian Railways is planning to complete tagging of all wagons by December 2022. Details of the Announcement As per the statement issued by the ..
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2020
Category: India Nation & States Current Affairs
To increase the operational efficiency and providing to provide an improved passenger safety, the state-owned aerospace and arms manufacturing company and a leading Public Sector Undertaking (PSU), Bharat Electronics Ltd has commissioned the first phase of the real-time train information system (RTIS) for Indian Railway. RTIS provides real-time information about the position of locomotives to ..
V.P. Pathak took over as Member (Materials Management) Railway Board. Previously, he had been working as Director General (RS), Railway Board since June 2018, and General Manager of Chittaranjan Locomotive Works since December 2016. Shri Pathak was Indian Railway Stores Service Officer of 1980 batch. He has worked in different capacities in ER, NR, NCR, ..
Topics: Central Organisation for Railway Electrification • Chittaranjan • Chittaranjan Locomotive Works • CLW • Co-Co locomotives • Diesel Locomotive Works • Indian Railway Stores Service • Locomotives • NCR Corporation • Rail transport • Railway Board
On 19th Feb, Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged off the first ever diesel to electric converted locomotive twin engine of ten thousand Horse Power at DLW Varanasi. It’s a complete ‘Make in India’ initiative & the conversion is an Indian R& D innovation for the entire world. The Diesel Locomotive Works (DLW) has converted two ..
Topics: Chittaranjan Locomotive Works • Co-Co locomotives • Diesel locomotive • Diesel Locomotive Works • Indian locomotive class WDG-2/3A • Indian locomotive class WDM-3A • Indian Railways • Locomotives • Rail transport • Rolling stock • Varanasi
India’s first high-speed electric locomotive has been flagged off by Prime Minister Narendra Modi from the Madhepura Electric Locomotive Factory in Bihar on April 10, 2018. It has a 12000 horsepower (HP) engine with a maximum speed of 110 km per hour. The first big Make-in-India project is developed & completed in collaboration with French ..