Internship programme of Ministry of Railways: Silent Features, List of Topics, Application Form
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS (RAIL MANTRALAYA)
New Delhi, Dt. 28.03.2017
The General Managers, The GMs/ CEOs/ CMDs
All Indian Railways / Production Units All Public Sector Undertakings
Sub: Internship programme of Ministry of Railways
An internship programme for the year 2017-18 is being conducted by the Ministry of Railways. Salient features of the internship programme of the Railways are as follows:-
To familiarize the students pursuing Graduation / Post Graduation in Engineering and MBA, with the working of Railways and formulation of policies.
To allow young academic talent to be associated with the Railways work for mutual benefit.
The internship is neither a job nor any such assurance for a job in the Indian Railways.
Any Indian national pursuing Graduation/ Post Graduation in Engineering (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical & Electronics, Computers disciplines only) or MBA from Institutes of National and International repute is eligible to apply.
a) Students pursuing Post Graduation in Engineering should have obtained a First class Graduate Degree
b) Students pursuing undergraduate course in Engineering should have completed at least two years of studying Degree and should have a consistently good academic record.
c) Students pursuing MBA should have obtained a First Class Graduate Degree and should have successfully completed one ear of the course.
|3.||Duration||Duration of the internship will be two months during the financial year 2017-18|
|4.||Subject and Location||
The area of study can include Logistics, Financial Manaement, HR, Materials Management, Project Management and other technical matters pertaining to Railways, as may be assigned to the Intern. A list of topics is given in Annexure-I to the letter.
He/ She should also mentioned suggested areas of his / her interest and location to facilitate arrangement of the subject of study. However, assignment of the subject/ topic shall be the prerogative of the administration.
|5.||Remuneration||No remuneration is payable|
|6.||Stay Arrangements||Boarding and lodging arrangements will have to be made by the Intern. However, if such facilities are available in Railway premises, they can be provided on payment|
|7.||Submission of paper||On completion of the Internship, the intern would be required to present a Report/ Paper on the subject allotted to him / her|
|8.||Certificate of internship||
The Report/Paper submitted by the Intern would be evaluated. On successful completion of internship, a certificate of internship would be issued.
|9.||How to apply||
Interested and eligible students are to send their application (Annexure-II) alongwith their CVs covering letter from the Institute duly indicating the place where they intend to intern to CPO of the concerned Zonal Railway / Production Unit/PSU (Zonal Rly./PU/PSU of the nearest Rail head to the institute)
|10.||Selection||The requests will be scrutinized by the ZR/ PU / PSU and depending on the merits, candidates would be selected for internship by the concerned ZR/ PU / PSU.|
2. This issues with the concurrence of Finance Directorate of Railway Board.
Encls: Annexure I & II
(V S Dahiya)
Joint Director E(Trg.)
LIST OF TOPICS
l; Adoption of Technology on Indian Railways
a) Study on CTC (Centralised Traffic Control), CBTC (Communication Based Train Control)
b) Maintenance issues related to Electronic Interlocking
c) Reliability improvement of DAC (Digital Axle Counter)
2. Role of signalling in throughout enhancement
3. Railway Communication
4. Data Analytics
5. Material presentation
6. Vendor selection methods such as Analytical hierarchical processing, Data envelopment technique, Taguchi Loss Method etc.
7. Virtual prototyping
8. Statistical quality control
9. Green Procurement
10.3PL & Vendor managed inventory
11.Reverse logistics & buyback
13.Braille printing & 3D printing
14. Intelligent material
15. Carbon pricing
16. Recruitrnent procedures on Indian Railways
17. Manpower Planning on Indian Railways
18. Staff Welfare Schemes on Indian Railways
19. In House Training on Indian Railways
20. Channels of Promotion on Indian Railways
21. Industrial Relations on Indian Railways
22.High Speed Train Projects
23.Regulatory Framework for Railways
24.PPP Projects Appraisal
25. Financial viability and Revenue model for execution of New line between Biyavra Rajgarh-Bhopal (104 km)
26.Financial viability and Revenue model for execution of Gouge Conversion between Miyagam-Dabhoi-Samalya (96 km)