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Organisation Chart   


1.0 Electric Locomotives

 

i) The particulars of Organization, functions and duties;

Loco organizations at HQ under the control of CEE is supported by CELE in

discharging his duties.

The loco organization with HQ/Divisional/unit in-charges and their assisting officers

is as under:

 

HQ level:

Officer in-charge for Loco Maintenance and operation. CELE assisted by Dy.CEE/Loco-operation and technical & ministerial staff. For DHD workshop for activities connected with Electric Loco Mid Term Rehabilitation and POH assisted by Dy.CEE/Loco, and technical & ministerial staff.

 

FIELD LEVEL:

 

(a) BCT DIVISION

 

Loco Maintenance Electric Loco Shed Valsad

Officer in-charge:Sr.DEE/TRS/BL

Assisting officers: DEE/TRS/BL, AEE/TRS/BL-I, AEE/TRS-II and technical & ministerial staff.

 

Loco Operation: - Sr.DEE/TRO/BCT

Officer in-charge: - DEE/TRO/BCT for suburban train

Assisting officers: - operation and ADEE/Operation/ BL for main line Train Operation technical & ministerial staff.

 

(b) BRC Division

Loco Maintenance: Electrical Loco Shed, Vadodara

 

Officer in –charge: Sr.DEE/TRS/BRC

 

Assisting officers: DEE/TRS/BRC, DEE/MEMU, AEE/TRS-1, AEE/TRS-II.

and technical & ministerial staff.

 

Loco Operation :

 

Officer in-charger: Sr. DEE/TRO/BRC

 

Assisting officers: AEE/Operation and technical & ministerial staff.

 

Zonal Electric Training Centre: Principal ZETC working under Sr. DEE/TRS/BRC.

 

(c) RTM Division

 

Loco Operation

 

Officer in charge: Sr.DEE/TRO/RTM,

Assisting in-charge: AEE/Operation and technical & ministerial staff

 

(d) ADI Division

Loco operation

 

Officer in-charge : Sr. DEE/ADI,

 

Assisting officers : AEE/ADI and technical & ministerial staff.

i) The powers and duties of officers and employees;

The duties of Loco Officers are indicated in AC Traction Manual Part-1.

 

Ministerial staff: the office records are maintained by Office Superintendent.

 

Technical staff: Technical Staff comprises of Sr.section Engineers, Section

Engineers, Junior engineer Gr-1, CLI, CTLC/TLCs. They look after the technical

requirement for Loco and MEMU maintenance & Operation.

 

ii) The procedure followed in its decision making, channel of supervision &

accountability;

All the matters pertaining to Loco and MEMU are scrutinized, analyzed &

recommended by technical section and reviewed by the officer assisting and finally

approved or decided by the officer in-charge.

 

iii The norms set by it for discharge of its functions

• The directives/guidelines issued by Rly.Board & RDSO are pursued for

implementation in operation and maintenance of electric locos & MEMU.

• Canon of financial propriety – Budgeting and control over expenditure

 

iv) The rules, regulations, instruction, manuals and records used by its employees

for discharging its functions

 

Special Maintenance Instructions issued by RDSO and headquarter from time to

time on equipment maintenance.

RDSO specifications, RDSO’s Codes of practices, RDSO Drawings, RDSO, CLW

and ICF/RCF approved supplier list on varies equipments issued from time to time

including various Indian Standards (IS) and other relevant standards.

G&SR, SWR, Accident manual of Railways.

 

v) A statement of the categories of documents held by it or under its control

All the office records are held under the control of Office Superintendent (OS).

 

Type of Record

Controlled by

 

Office records

Office Superintendent (OS).

 

Rules, regulations, instruction, manuals, Contracts, Reports papers, Circulars

Office Superintendent (OS).

 

E-mails

cele@wr.railnet.gov.in

dyceelop@wr.railnet.gov.in

Samples

At field level under the control of Officer in-charge

Drawings

 

Drawing wing of Electrical

department

 

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2.0 Traction Distribution

i) The particulars of Organization, Functions and duties;

TRD organization at HQ under the control of CEE is supported by CEDE &

Dy.CEE/TRD-1 in discharging his duties.

The TRD organization with HQ/Divisional/unit In-charges and their assisting

officers is as under

:

HQ level: Officer in-charge for TRD: CEDE assisted by Dy.CEE/TRD-1

and technical & ministerial staff.

 

Field Level :

 

(a) BCT Division:

Officer in-charge : Sr.DEE/sub-I/BCT,

Assisting officers : DEE/TRD, AEE/OHE, AEE/PSI, and Technical & ministerial staff.

 

(b) BRC Division:

Officer in-charge : Sr.DEE/TRD/BRC

Assisting officers: AEE/TRD/ BRC, AEE/TRD/GDA and Technical & ministerial staff.

 

( c) ADI Division :

Officer in-charge : Sr. DEE/ADI common for all services of Electrical Deptt.

Assisting officers : DEE/ADI, AEE/ADI, and technical & ministerial staff.

Functions and duties of TRD organization of Electrical deptt are defined in ACTM

 

The powers and duties of its officers and employees;

The duties of TRD officers are defined in ACTM.

Ministerial Staff: The office records are maintained by OS.

Technical staff: Technical staff comprises of Sr. Section Engineers,

Section Engineers, junior engineer Gr-1, junior engineer Gr-ii.

 

i) The procedure followed in its decision making, channel of supervision &

Accountability.

All the matters pertaining to Traction Distribution (TRD) are scrutinized,

Analyzed & recommended by technical section and reviewed by the officer

Assisting and finally approved or decided by the officer in-charge

 

ii) The norms set by it for discharge of its functions

The norms for Traction and distribution are defined in ACTM.

 

iii) The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records used by its

employees for discharging its duties;

 

AC Traction Manual (ACTM) defines the complete set of rules & regulation

to be followed.

Overhead line crossing Regulations have also been issued by Railway Board.

This comprises of norms and procedures to be followed.

Special Maintenance Instructions issued by RDSO from time to time on

equipment maintenance.

RDSO specifications, RDSO’s Codes of practices, RDSO Drawings, RDSO & CORE

approved supplier list on various equipments issued from time to time including

various Indian Standards (BIS) and other relevant standards.

G&SR, SWR, Accident manual of Railways as referred in ACTM

iv) A statement of the categories of documents held by it or under its control;

All the office records are held under the control of Office Superintendent (OS).

 

Type of Record

Controlled by

 

Office records

Office Superintendent (OS).

 

Rules, regulations, instruction, manuals, Contracts, Reports papers, Circulars

 

Office Superintendent (OS).

 

Samples

At field level under the control of Officer in-charge

Drawings

 

Drawing wing of Electrical department

 

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3.0 EMU

 

i) The particulars of Organization, Functions and duties;

EMU organization at HQ under the control of CEE is supported by CEDE &

DY.CEE/EMU in discharging his duties.

 

The EMU organization with HQ/Divisional/Unit In-charge and their assisting

officers is as under:

 

HQ level : Officer in-charge for EMU: CEDE assisted by Dy. CEE/EMU, and technical & ministerial staff.

 

Field level :

 

(a) BCT Division

 

Officer in-charge : Sr. DEE/RS/BCT,

Assisting officers : DEE(RS) BCT, DEE/KILE, AEE/RS/BCT andAEE/KILE and technical & ministerial staff.

 

(b) MX Workshop:

 

Officer in-charge : CWM/MX,

Assisting Officers: Dy.CEE (EMU) MX, DEE/MX, AEE/POH,AEE/MR,AEE/RTF I & II,.

Officer in-charge : Principal, ZETS/MX working under CWM/MX.

 

i) The powers and duties of its officer and employees;

The duties of EMU officers are indicated as under-

 

Ministerial Staff : The office records are maintained by OS.

 

Technical Staff : Technical staff comprises of Sr.Section Engineers, Section

Engineers, Junior engineer, Gr-1, Junior Gr-II. They look after the technical

requirement for EMUs on suburban section.

 

 

 

 

 

ii) The procedure followed in its decision making, channel of supervision &

Accountability;

 

All the matters pertaining to EMU are scrutinized, analyzed & recommended by

technical section and reviewed by the officers assisting and finally approved or

decided by the officers in-charge.

 

iii) The norms set by it for discharge of its functions

• The directives/guidelines issued by Rly.Board, RDSO & HQ are

pursued for implementation in proper and maintenance of EMU’s

• Canon of financial propriety – Budgeting and control over expenditure

 

iv) The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records used by its

Employees for discharging its functions;

Special Maintenance Instructions issued by RDSO and HQ from time to time on

equipment maintenance.

RDSO specifications, RDSO’s Codes of practices, RDSO Drawings, RDSO & ICF

approved supplier list on various equipments issued from time to time including

various Indian Standards (IS) and other relevant standards.

G&SR, SWR, Accident manual of Railways as referred in ACTM

 

v) A statement of the categories of documents held by it or under its control;

All the office records are held under the control of Office Superintendent (OS).

 

Type of Record

Controlled by

 

Office records

Office Superintendent (OS).

 

Rules, regulations, instruction, manuals, Contracts, Reports papers, Circulars

Office Superintendent (OS).

 

E-mails

cede@wr.railnet.gov.in

dyceeemu@wr.railnet.gov.in

Samples

At field level under the control of Officer in-charge

Drawings

 

Drawing wing of Electrical department

 

Western Railway has introduced new “state of the art” AC/DC EMU rakes

Fitted with Siemens Electrics for suburban services. The new Siemens rakes have

been incorporated with several new features as under –

 

• Energy regeneration capability during braking.

• New exterior colour scheme.

• Provision of forced air ventilation system.

• Soothing interiors and exteriors.

• Improved lift up windows with fixed poly carbonate louver at top with tinted glass.

• Aesthetically designed quality passenger seats.

• Better riding comfort with provision of pneumatic suspension at secondary side.

• Provision of passenger information system.

The Performance of various systems has been continuously monitored very closely. The

solution to the important issues were found and implemented for ensuring satisfactory

services.

 

 

4.0 General Services

 

i) The particulars of Organization, Functions and duties;

General Services Organization at HQ under the control of CEE is supported by CESE,

SEE (C&C) & AEE (TL) & AEE (P) in discharging his duties.

The General Services organization with HQ/Divisional/unit In-charges and their assisting

officers is as under:

 

HQ level:

Officer in-charge for General Services: CESE assisted by SEE (C&C) & AEE(TL) and

AEE(P) technical & ministerial staff.

 

Field level:

 

(a) BCT Division

Officer in-charge : Sr.DEE(Coaching)/BCT, Sr.DEE(P)/BCT,

Assistant officers : DEE(G)/BCT, AEE(Power)/BCT, AEE (G)/BCT,DEE/BDTS

& ministerial staff.

 

(b) BRC Division

Officer in-charge : Sr.DEE(P)/ BRC, assisting Officers: AEE(P)/BRC,

and technical & ministerial staff.

 

( c) ADI Division

Officer in-charge:. Sr. DEE/ADI common for all services of Electrical Deptt.

Assistant officers : AEE (P), AEE(TL) & AEE/TR

 

(d) RTM Division

Officer in-charge : Sr. DEE(P)/RTM

Assisting Officers : AEE(P)/RTM, and technical & ministerial Staff.

 

(e) BVP Division

Officer in-charge : Sr.DEE(P)/ BVP

Assisting officers : AEE(P)/ BVP, and technical & ministerial Staff.

 

(f) RJT Division

Officer in-charge : Sr. DEE/RJT

Assisting officers : AEE /RJT, and technical & ministerial staff.

 

(g) PL W/Shop

Officer in-charge : Dy.CEE(W)/PL

Assisting officers :, DEE(W)/PL ,AEE(W)/PL and technical & ministerial staff.

 

(h) DHD W/Shop

 

Officer in-charge :CWM/DHD

Assisting Officers:- SEE-I,SEE-II, AEE/MTR &APM (Elect) DHD and technical & ministerial Staff.

 

 

 

 

 

 

i) The powers and duties of its officers and employees;

The duties of General Services officers are defined in ACTM.

 

Ministerial Staff : The office records are maintained by OS.

 

Technical Staff : Technical Staff comprises of Sr.Section Engineers, Section

Engineers, Junior engineer Gr-I, junior engineer Gr-II.

 

ii) The procedure followed in its decision making, channel of supervision &

Accountability;

All the matters pertaining to General Services are defined in ACTM.

 

iii) The norms set by it for discharge of its functions

The norms for General Services are defined in ACTM.

 

iv) The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records used by its

Employees for discharging its functions;

Employee uses the following Rules, regulations, instruction, manual for discharging its

duties;

 

General Services (P) & General Services (TL&AC) manual defines the complete set of

rules & regulation to be followed.

 

Overhead line crossing Regulations have also been issued by Railway Board. This

comprises of norms and procedures to be followed.

 

Special Maintenance Instructions issued by RDSO from time to time on equipment

maintenance.

RDSO specifications, RDSO’s Codes of practices, RDSO Drawings, RDSO &

CORE approved supplier list on various equipments issued from time to time including

various Indian Standards (BIS) and other relevant standards.

 

v) A statement of the categories of documents held by it or under its control;

All the office records are held under the control of Office Superintendent (OS).

 

Type of Record

Controlled by

 

Office records

Office Superintendent (OS).

 

Rules, regulations, instruction, manuals, Contracts, Reports papers, Circulars

 

Office Superintendent (OS).

 

Samples

At field level under the control of Officer in-charge

Drawings

 

Drawing wing of Electrical department

 

 

 

 




Source : Western Railway CMS Team Last Reviewed on: 18-02-2014  


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