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Presentation of East Central Railway, Hajipur By Om Prakash Sr,DFM/DNR Niraj Kumar, Sr.DFM/DHN
Traffic Interruption charges It is a new concept introduced first time in DNR Division. This Traffic Interruption Charges are levied on those outsider parties (Like NTPC, IOC, Power Grid) who were demanding traffic block for their own work. For giving such permission, initially, charges were levied by Civil Engg Deptt and TRD only according to Rly Boards norms ; but it was experienced that during traffic block operations of trains became interrupted/paralyzed for which Railway had to face hidden loss, which is more than the charges taken from outsider.
Accordingly, all factors which affect movement of trains during traffic block were evaluated in terms of money-value and introduced as Interruption charges for Power and Traffic Block. By this mean; in the last financial year only, Danapur Division of East Central Railway has earned approx. 4.5 crores.
Example Power Grid had to cross overhead railway transmission line between Dumari and Durant Jwas Halt for which traffic block had been demanded. For this permission charges levied by Civil Engg Deptt is Rs.41,93,004/-only; but when Interruption charges for Power and Traffic Block were calculated, it came to Rs.69, 71,952/- for three hours 23,984/- per hour).
Calculation of Operating factors affected during traffic block and cost evaluated there for are as under: Traffic Interruption charges for power and traffic block for the work of construction of 400 KV D/C Purnia-Biharsharif Transmission line KM 429/32-429/34 between Dumari and Durant Jwas Halt. (Block section MKB-BRYA). 1. Loss incurred by the Railways:- The loss incurred by Railways on granting the Power/Traffic Block to outside parties (other Than Railways) on per hour route basis has been worked out on the following basis. 1.1 On an average two no. of goods trains per hour per track may suffer detention during the duration of Power/Traffic Block granted. 1.2 In addition two coaching train per hour per track may suffer detention during the duration of Power/Traffic Block granted. 1.3 In addition of EMU/MEMU services may required to be cancelled in case of granting Power/Traffic block.
2.Reference Statistics :- 2.1 Cost of an AC electric Locomotive: Crore (As per item no. 637 of RSP for ) 2.2 Cost of an AC 2 tier/3 tier coach :- 97 Lakhs (Item No. 688 of RSP for 06-07) With air brake coach 2.3 Cost of BOXN wagon : Lakh (Derived item no. 732 for RSP) 2.4 Cost of brake van : Lakh (Exact cost is not mentioned in available RSP hence cost of 08 wheeler match track is working has been presumed as that of BOXN wagon) 2.5 Electric Engine availability/day/ engine : hrs (Statement no. 22, Column no. 23 of annual statistical statement ) (During over East Central Railway) 2.6 Net tonnage Kilometer per wagon Goods locomotive day in use of over East Central Railway during : KM (Statement no. 22, column no.34 of annual statistical statement ) 2.7 Net tonnage Kilometer per wagon day :11676(Statement no. 24 column no. 19 of annual statistical statement ) 2.8 Earning of Goods service per NTKM for the year : paise (Statement no. 15 column no. 34 annual statistical statement of )
2.9 Ineffective coaching requirement : 6.54% (Page no. 48 of Indian Railways Annual Report and Accounts ) 2.10 Ineffective wagon requirement : 3.94% (Page no. 48 of Indian Railway Annual report and Accounts ) 2.11 Rate of interest/dividend payable to the general Exchequer From Railways : 7% (Railway Board) 2.12 Rate if depreciation chargeable : 7% (Railway Board) 2.13 Maximum no. of mail/express/passenger trains (Coaching) stock Running each way : 328/24 (No. of trains in M/Line section) : rakes 2.14 Maximum no. of goods trains running each way :60/24 : 2.5 rakes 2.15 Maximum no. of coaches running with each mail/exp passenger train : No. of days in a year : On granting one hour Power/traffic block the actual detention to a trains is of : 1.2 hrs
3. LOSS DUE TO THE DETENTION OF MAIL/EXPRESS PASSENGER (COACHING STOCK) TRAIN 3.1 LOSS DUE TO DETENTION OF ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE OF COACHING TRAINS : Depreciation of the electric locomotive:- no. of trains)x(cost of locomotive)x(no of hrs detained)x(percent depreciation) (no. of days in a year)x(electric engine availability per day per engine) x 15,35,00,000 x 1.2 x 7 = /- 365x15x Interest on the capital cost of the electric locomotive :- (no. of trains)x(cost of locomotive)x(no of hrs detained)x(percent depreciation) (no. of days in a year)x(electric engine availability per day per engine) x 15,35,00,000 x 1.2 x 7 = /- 365x15x100
3.1.3 Indirect loss of earning : There is no direct loss of earning due to the detention of coaching services. But detention to the coaching locomotives, which would have been utilized for goods service had it not been so detained because of the subject power/traffic block then the earning would have been as follows :- Earning of each Electric locomotive:- (No. of trains)x(NTKM per goods loco per day in use)x(Earning of goods services per NTKM) x(no.of hrs detained (Electric engine availability per day per engine) x x x 1.2 = / Total loss of earning capacity due to detention of electric locomotive of a coaching services : ( ) = Rs /-+ Rs /-+ Rs /- = Rs /-
3.2 Loss due to detention of coaching vehicle :- Detention of coaching vehicles has an impact on the wear and tear of the vehicle:- No. of effective coaching vehicle :- (No. of coaching train) x (No. of coaches per train) x (no. of hrs detained) 24 = x24x1.2 = days. 24 No. of coaching vehicle on line = x.0654 = vehicles per day Depreciation of a coach:- (Cost of a coach) x (no. of vehicles day detained) x (percent interest) No. of days in a year x x7 = Rs /- 365x Interest on the capital cost of coach:- Cost of a coach x no. of vehicles day detained x percent interest No. of days in a year x x7 = Rs /- 365x Loss due to payment of crews : - The approximate hourly rate of monthly salary etc of a set of Driver, Asstt. Driver and Guard of mail/express train is Rs. 1200/- only. Hence cost of 1.2 hrs = 1200 x 1.2 = 1440/- Total cost of the two set of crews = 2880/- 3.4 Total loss ( ) = Rs Rs Rs = Rs /-
4.LOSS DUE TO THE DETENTION OF GOODS TRAIN : (2.5 No) 4.1 Loss due to detention of electric locomotive of a goods train : Rs Loss due to detention of a wagon :- A goods train consists of 43 BOXN wagon : No. of effective wagons detained = No. of goods train x No. of hrsdetained 24 = 2.5x43x1.2 = 5.37 days 24 Total wagons days on line = 5.37 x = Depreciation of a wagons:- (Cost of Goods Vehicle)x (no. of wagons day detained)x(percent deprecation) No. of days in a year = x5.58x7% = Interest on the capital cost of a wagon : (Cost of Goods Vehicle)x (no. of wagons day detained)x(percent inteest) No. of days in a year x5.58x7 = x100
4.2.3 Direct loss of earning : Earning of each wagon =(NTKM per wagon/day)x(No. of wagons days)x(Earning of Goods services per NTKM) = x 5.58 x = Rs / Total loss of earning capacity due to detention of a wagon :- ( ) = Rs Rs Rs Rs = Rs /- 4.3Loss due to detention of Brake ban: Total Brake van days on line :- = 2.5x1.2x = Depreciation of Brake van : Cost of brake van x No. of days on line x percent depreciation No. of days in a year = x x 7 = x 100
4.3.2 Interest on the capital cost of a brake van : (in terms of 4 wheeler) Total loss due to detention of a Brake Van : Rs /- (in terms of 8 wheeler) 4.4 Loss due to payment of crews: The approximate rate of overtime allowance for a set of Driver, Asstt. Driver & Guard is as follows:- For Driver : Rs. : 245/- For Asstt. Drivers : 136/- For Guards 238/- Total OT for a set of Crew : Rs. 619/ The approximate hourly rate of salary of each set of crew is Rs. 1190/-. Thus total cost of salary = 1190 x 1.2 Rs. 1428/- 4.5 Total loss due to detention of a goods train:- ( ) = Rs /- + Rs /-+ Rs. 619/-+ Rs. 1428/- = Rs /- 5. Loss due to the diversion/cancellation of EMU/MEMU : Since very few EMU/MEMU train run on the said section so there is very little impact on regulation of these trains. Hence this may be simply ignored. 6. Total loss due to Power/Traffic Block:- Total loss ( ) = Rs Rs = Rs /-
7.The following staff is involved for giving Traffic Block to party :- S. N. DesignationScale of pay (in Rs.) Averag e pay (in Rs.) GPTotal for one (in Rs.) Salary for one day (in Rs.) No. of staf f Total amou nt (In Rs.) 1Chief controller Dy. Controller Section controller TI Station Master ASM Porter Sub Total TA +LS3490 TOTAL24238 Hiring of vehicle for staff for transportation at Site : Rs.8000/- Total cost of operating staff : = Rs.32238/-
8. Total cost ( ) : Rs /- + Rs32238/- = Rs /- Departmental = Rs /- 3% =Rs.59955/- Sub Total = Rs /- D&G =Rs /- Total = Rs /- Therefore one hour power & traffic block cost is Rs. = /- (Say) Whenever block will be demanded by party then total cost for traffic and power will be Rs /- per hours. It should be noted that this is a one time cost, whenever due to permanent 400 KV damages, repairs & replacement will have to be done. So every years for maintenance work extra charge will be given by party. Total block demanded by the party= 3 Hours Total Traffic Block cost Rs X 3 = Rs. 69,71,952/- (Rs. Sixty Nine Lakh Seventy One Thousand Nine Hundred Fifty Two only.)