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MCL - Writes the agenda of Coal Industry with MANY “FIRSTS”
Being first to do something new, gives the kind of delight and fulfilment of wishes
that are indescribable. Whether as an individual or as a corporate. Pandit Nehru had the
vision to do these such as establishing Steel Plants, Dams, Ports, etc etc.
Even imitation of technology/things is equally creditworthy. So is technology
fusion. Especially when the “fear of failure” haunts you all the time. This feeling is more
in the third world where one cannot afford economic loss. However the story of MCL is
full of “FIRSTs” or being the Pioneers in introduction of new technologies/things which
has led to a Quantitative & Qualitative improvement in all spheres of Corporate
functions.
History of IB Coalfields

Coal discovered Under MCL
by B&N Rly
-1900
-1992

Rampur Colliery
Was opened by
M/S Himgir Rampur Under SECL
Coal Company
- 1909
-1986

Ib River Colliery
was Started by
M/S Rai Sahab Under WCL
Chandra Mull Orient Colliery
Indra Kumar (P) Ltd
-1975
was opened by
-1940
M/S Brothers Ltd.
-1954
ORGANISATION
OF
MCL

TALCHER COALFIELD IB VALLEY COALFIELD
1. ORIENT AREA
1. JAGANNATH AREA
2. IB VALLEY AREA
2. BHARATPUR AREA 3. LAKHANPUR AREA
3. TALCHER AREA 4. BASUNDHARA -
4. LINGRAJ AREA GARJANBAHAL AREA
5. HINGULA AREA 5. TALABIRA AREA
6.CWS ( X ) Talcher 6. CWS (X), IBV

MCL HAS TEN AREAS IN TWO COALFIELDS & TWO CENTRAL
WORKSHOPS.
MAP OF ORISSA SHOWING COALFIELDS

------ RAILWAY LINE
------ MAJOR RIVER
------ NATIONAL HIGHWAY
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SOCP SOARING TOWARDS ISO 9001/14001

MISSION OF MAHANADI COALFILEDS LTD.

The mission of Mahanadi Coalfields Limited is to produce and market the
planned quantity of coal efficiently and economically with due regard to
Safety, Conservation, .

S=System Performance Improvement, O= Optimum Utilization of resources , C= Compliance to requirement of coal sector , P=Promoting Consciousness towards environment
PROJECT-OFFICER

SE(EXCV.) SE(CIVIL) SE(E&M) SOM/MGR Sr MO FM Dy PM

Pharmacist
Dozer-I/C EE ( CIVIL) SE(POWER) Safety-Officer s

Dumper-I/C OVERSEERS CHP -I/C OB-Incharge

Drill I/C LV-I/C Blasting Officer

Shovel I/C Coal-Incharge

Dragline
I/C Nodal-Officer (Sdg)

Shift Incharges
A/B/C

Sr Env officer

Sr Survey Officer
SOCP SOARING TOWARDS ISO 9001/14001

S= SYSTEM PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT
O= OPTIMUM UTILISATION OF RESOURCES
C= COMPLIANCE TO REQUIREMENT OF COAL SECTOR
P= PROMOTING CONSCIOUSNESS TOWARDS ENVIRONMENT
`

Director General of Mines Safety,Dhanbad had declared Samleswari O.C.P. as “ACCIDENT
PRONE MINE” in the year 1998 and 1999 on the basis of average severity Index for last 5 years as
overall severity Index of the mine.

For making Samleswari OCP an “ACCIDENT FREE MODEL MINE” time bound tangible
programme was chalked out in consultation with all Safety Committee members, Colliery Engineers
and Project Officer.

With the team efforts, good leadership and motivation, Samleswri OCP begged “NATIONAL
SAFETY AWARD” for the year 2001& 2002 for “LOWEST INJURY PREQUENCE RATE” per million cubic
meter of output.

The first award was presented by Hon’ble Defence Minister Sri Pranav Mukherjee and the same
was received by Sri J.G.Singh,Project Officer and Sri Birender Pandey,Workers representative,SOCP
on dt. 08.11.2004 at New Delhi. The second award was presented by Honble Vice-presidentand
received by Sri A.K.Udeniya,Project Officer and Sri O.P.Singh,Workers representative,SOCP on dt.
08.11.2006 at New Delhi.
SALIENT FEATURES OF APPROVED PROJECT REPORT
SAMALESWARI OCP
SUMMARISED DATA

Sl. No. Particulars As per approved
Project Report.
1 Target/ Mine capacity 7 MTY
2 Coal seams to be worked Lajkura Seam
3 Quality of coal “ F”
4 Mine able reserves ( as on 1.04.2008 ) 57.21 Million Te
5 Over burden ( as on 1.04.08 ) 154.41 Million Cub. m
6 Average stripping ratio 1 : 2.24
7 Manpower 1289
8 Total capital Investment ( Rs. in crores )
a) capital investment (upto March- 05) 147.54
b) capital investment for 7MTY( Incremental ) 87.95

9 Cost of production ( Rs/te ), At 100 % capacity 167.98
10 Average selling price ( Rs/te ) 421.00
11 Profit / loss at ruling sale price ( Rs/ te) 253.02

Note :- EXPANSION P.R. FOR 11 MTY IS IN PIPELINE
Main working parameters
5MTY,(P.R)

Name of the Seam Lajkura Seam
Average thickness of the seam 17.38 m
Mineable reserves 57.21 Mte(01.04.08)
Overburden 154.41 Mm3 (01.04.08)

Stripping Ratio 2.24
Life of the Mine 10 Years(01.04.08)
Average Depth of the Quarry 6m to 125m
Gradient of the Seam 1 in 18
Average Strike length 1555 m
Quarry Perimeter 10266.99 m
Area along floor 475.39 Ha
Area along surface 535.84 Ha

Method of workings :-
OBR:- Shovel/ Dumper combination and Dragline.
Coal :- Conventional drilling and blasting and Surface Miner.
MAJOR HEMM DEPLOYED

10/.70 DRAG LINE 1 No.
Excavator EKG SHOVEL,( 5 M3 ) 4 No.
Electric hydraulic Shovel( 4.2 M3 ) 2 No.

Dumper ( 50 Te ), BEML-210 31 No.
Transport
410 Hp, ( D-355 ) 9 No.
Dozer
Electric drill ( 250 mm ) 4 No.
Drill Diesel drill ( 160 mm ) 5 No.

Water Tanker 28 KL 3 No.
LW-35 1 No.
DIVERSION OF FOREST LAND
SAMLESWARI OCP, (5MTY) EXPANSION
1 Name of the Project Samlewari Expansion OCP (5MTY)
2 Name of the Area Ib Valley Area
3
Total Project Area 181.445 ( Including 4.086 Ha. in 7.5m Safety
Zone)
4
Total Forest Area for Diversion 145.82 Hac
(Awaited for Stage-II clearance)

5 Status of Forest Land MOEF, Govt. of India agreed in principle for diversion
a) Letter No.& date of Stage-I of 145.82 Hac of forestland for mining of coal by
clearance Samleswari OCP, (Expansion) of MCL Vide letter No.
b) Letter No.& date of Stage-I I F.No.8-147/89-FC (Vol-II) dt. 24.05.2006
clearance No.F.No 8-147/89-FC (Vol-II )
c) Proposal pending at the level of: - Under process
a) Rs 5272060.00 against cost of Compensatory
Afforestation & Rs 109365000.00 against Net Present
Value allready deposited to D.F.O, Sambalpur ,(
North Division )
b) The Mining area and Safety Zone have been
demarcated with 4 feet high RCC pillars.
c) The cost of afforestation over one and half times the
safety zone area over degraded forest amounting Rs
90275.00 has been deposited to D.F.O. Sambalpur (
North Division )
d) The wild Life Conservation Plan has been prepared
and submitted to D.F.O. Sambalpur (North Division )
for final approval from Chief Wild Life Warden of the
State.
e) Submission of compliance report is under process for
Stage-II clearance of 145.82 Hac of forest land .
E.M.P. Details ( 7 MTY )
Samleswari ocp.

1 Total Area to be 535.84Hac
Excavated
2 Area all ready excavated 261.927 Hac
( up to Dec.-06 )
3 Area decoaled 171.341 Hac
4 Area backfilled 155.57 Hac
5 Area technically 95.70Hac
reclaimed
6 Area Biologically 88.60Hac.
reclaimed
7 Plantation area 315.53 Hac
8 Total Plantation done (up 7,78,811 Nos
to 2007-08 )
NEW INITIATIVES TAKEN

A) Construction /commissioning of R.O.B
Road Over Bridge ( ROB ) on Howrah- Bombay main Line
has been constructed & commissioned on 18.10.2006 to
overcome the dispatch problem for transportation of coal to
Siding No. I, II & III situated otherside of Howrah- Bombay
Main line.
 Each Span length :- 35 m
 Width :- 10 m
 Total cost of R.O.B :- 4.50 Crores

A) Deployment of Surface Miner
Surface Miner has been deployed to boost up the coal
production and to improve the quality of coal with
environmental friendly technology.
MAJOR TASK AHEAD

1. Stage-II clearance of 145.82 Hac of forest
land for the expansion (5MTY) of S.O.C.P. in
N-W of Mine property.
2. Shifting of Coal Transportation Road in
southern side of the Mine.
3. Temporary Working Plan for the expansion of
11 MTY.
4. Approval of 11 MTY Project Report
5. Approval of E.M.P for 11 MTY
SAFETY

A:- ACCIDENT STATISTICS FOR LAST 6 YEARS:-
Year Fatal Serious
2002 Nil Nil
2003 1 Nil
2004 Nil Nil
2005 1 1
2006 Nil Nil
2007 Nil Nil

B:- MAJOR SAFETY AWARDS :-
1:- National President Safety Award ………… For the Year 2001
2:- National President Safety Award ………… For the Year 2002
SAMLESWARI OPEN CAST PROJECT

TOTAL COAL RESERVES 57.21 Million Te.
AS ON ( 1.04.08 )

TOTAL OVER BURDEN 154.21Million M3
AS ON ( 1.04.08 )

Total coal & OB extracted since inception of the Mine upto March
2008.

COAL 68.06 Million Te.

O.B. 72.55 Million M3
SAMLESWARI OPEN CAST PROJECT

Name of the Villages No. of Employments Remarks.
Kudopali 154
R. Katapali 07
Bundia 43
Brajrajnagar T. unit-1 254
Cingiriguda 170
Total 628

Name of the Village No. of Houses Population

Kudopali 90 700
Cingiriguda 60 500
OMS
Series1
28.13 28.15
26.15
24.76
21.41 21.57
19.46 19.16 18.59

14.81

1989-90 1995-96 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08
Plantations
67.73 68.24
64.25
60.00
57.27 57.90
54.39 55.00

47.75
45.00
40.55 42.00
37.66

28.80

20.12
16.25

8.90
5.00

1990- 1991- 1992- 1993- 1994- 1995- 1996- 1997- 1998- 1999- 2000- 2001- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007-
91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08
PROFIT
140.00
126.68 128.14

120.00

105.87106.17

100.00
87.96
83.64
78.66
80.00 74.91 72.73
Rs IN CRORES

70.64

60.00

44.44 45.58

40.00 36.44
28.97
25.82
19.33
20.00
8.32 9.45

0.00
1990- 1991- 1992- 1993- 1994- 1995- 1996- 1997- 1998- 1999- 2000- 2001- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007-
91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08

YEARS
COST & PROFIT
COST PROFIT

363

293.55
284.43
267.89
261.75

216.16
204.59
189.23 183.27
175.02 166.3 176.75
148.98
130.41 138.44 132
124.3
108.79
77.45

40.79

1990- 1995- 2000- 2001- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007-
91 96 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08
CAPACITY UTILISATION
131
123 125
119
106 106 108
101 101.54

73

1989- 1995- 2000- 2001- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007-
90 96 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08
DESPATCH AND STOCK
DESPATCH IN LAKHS TONNE TOTAL STOCK IN LAKHS TONNE.

98.7

70.16

55.74

45.06
41.55 43.97
35.72 36.23
28.7

13.74 12.12
5.50 4.91 6.91 5.81 7.22
2.28 3.94 3
0.73

1990- 1995- 2000- 2001- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007-
91 96 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08
MANPOWER
38

209 130

Executive

75 Tech. Staff

Ministerial

Skilled
333
Semiskilled &
unskilled
Para No of
Management Responsibility
Manual

Arranging displays of parts of Management Manual, Operational Manual and Maintenance
Manual as needed.
4.2.3.A.iii

Marking all files, registers, diaries, etc with the identifier and ensuring complete entries in the
4.2.4
identifiers.

(FOR SH-SIDING/DISPATCH) If separate grades of coal are to be delivered to different
7.5.3 customers, then ensuring segregated stocking of coal in the stockyard and siding, and ensuring
dispatch of correct grade of coal to designated customer.

(FOR SH-MINING, SH-SIDING/DISPATCH) Ensuring preservation of coal quality/grade
7.5.5
throughout mining operations, transportation to stockyards, storage, and delivery.
(FOR SH-DISPATCH/SIDING) Maintaining records of quality and quantity of coal supplied
8.2.4
from the Project under ‘coal dispatch and sales registers’, ‘coal sampling registers’.

(FOR SH-DISPATCH/SIDING) Identifying and reporting nonconforming coal supplies under
format 9.16 when grade slippage is noted in more than 40 % samples tested in the month, and/or
8.3
when total penalty in the month exceeds 5 % of total freight charges of Indian Railways, and/or
when customers’ transport trucks are detained for more than 24 hours.

Arranging analysis of data as per method and arrangements described under Annexure-7 of
8.4
Management Manual, and reporting results to Project Officer.

Identifying nonconformities (existing or potential) through channels listed under para 8.5.2.A of
8.5.2 Management Manual, and reporting to Project Officer for arranging corrective/preventive actions
against such nonconformities.

General Ensuring implementation of applicable parts of Operational and Maintenance Manuals.
Mahanadi Coalfields Limited
Norms and Standards (Externally generated)
CURRENTLY VALID AND AUTHORIZED

Document ID (Refer Annex-4) ……………………………………

Issued by PO (Sign/date) ………………..…………...................

Mahanadi Coalfields Limited
Project (Name) …............... Section (Name) …..................

File/Register/Diary/Field Book Name:

File/Register/Diary/Field Book Number:

Date of Opening: .................. Retain Up to: .......................……....
(Write till what period this file, register, etc,is to be retained after it is closed)
9.16: NONCONFORMING COAL SUPPLIES REGISTER
Project: …SOCP LOCM-I & III.….………………
SH (CDS) to maintain this register - with above given details on the cover, and below given details inside the register – ref section 8.3.B, C,
D.

MONTHLY VERIFICATION DETAILS (Reported by SH-CDS) REQUIRED ACTIONS COMPLETION
(Decided by PO) (Recorded by SH-CDS)

Decided Improvement Actions
(With identity of responsible Completion Date of
functionary and completion schedule)
References of Whether
Assessment Nonconformity? Signature
Month & Year (Write entry numbers for the (If YES, give details; / Date
month under ‘Dispatch’ and
otherwise write NO) Preventi
‘Sampling’ registers)
Corrective Action ve
CA PA
(CA) Action
(PA)
15.26

April
36.10

21.20

May
41.61

26.03

June
23.42

17.79

July
13.03

15.06

Aug
26.62

15.98

Sept
20.77
Amt(Rs Lakh)06-07

13.56

Oct
20.07

19.74

Nov
16.88

27.96
Dec
Amt(Rs Lakh)07-08

26.64

20.93
Jan

13.36
TREND OF UNDERLOAD AMOUNT OVER THE YEAR

20.24
Feb

14.73

29.57
Mar

13.54
TREND OF UNDERLOAD AMOUNT OVER THE YEAR
Amt(Rs Lakh)07-08 Amt(RsLakh)08-09 Linear (Amt(Rs Lakh)07-08)

41.61
36.10

27.25

26.64
26.62
23.42
21.97

20.77

20.07
19.22
17.30

16.88

14.73

13.54
13.36
13.03
11.19

April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar
4470.6

April
9661.34

6393.12

May
11019.98

8206.78

June
7362.51

5207.73

July
4374.28

6115.14

Aug
8340.87

5812.1

Sept
6121.46
Quantity(te)06-07

5999.24

Oct
5575.59

5870.48

Nov
4841.56

8571
Quantity(te)07-08

Dec
5744.91

6161.98
Jan

3493.09
TREND OF UNDERLOAD QUANTITY OVER THE YEAR

6921.69
Feb

4150.73

8941.99
Mar

4101.78
9661.34

April
5770.77

11019.98

May
6133.57

7362.51

June
5325.70

4374.28

July
2853.82

8340.87

Aug
4524.79

6121.46

Sept
Quantity(te)07-08

5575.59

Oct
4841.56

Nov
5744.91
Quantity(te)08-09

Dec
3493.09
Jan
TREND OF UNDERLOAD QUANTITY OVER THE YEAR

4150.73
Feb

4101.78
Mar
DATA ANALYSIS PLAN OF UNDER LOADING

%of Total
E-Auction %of E- Total Desp %of U/L Qty U/L Amount Total Freight Achivemen
Month Year Rake U/L Qty Freight vrs Total Remarks
rake Auction rake qty. vrs Desp qty. (in Lakh) (in Lakh) t
Fright

2006 96 41 42.71 4470.6 344624.21 1.30 36.10 1417.04 2.55
April
2007 100 28 28.00 9661.34 365388.29 2.64 15.26 1176.69 1.30 -1.25

2006 83 49 59.04 6393.12 298905.77 2.14 21.2 1045.17 2.03 stock=16953.73
May
2007 91 7 7.69 11019.98 329333.11 3.35 41.61 1032.33 4.03 2.00 stock=7007.69

2006 101 63 62.38 6115.14 370434.91 1.65 15.05 1191.98 1.26
August
2007 77 17 22.08 8340.87 284678.4 2.93 26.61 997.95 2.67 1.40

Decemb 2006 110 34 30.91 8571 398343.97 2.15 27.96 1460.87 1.91
er 2007 87 22 25.29 5744.91 318032.54 1.81 26.64 1369.8 1.94 0.03

2007 100 28 28.00 9661.34 365388.29 2.64 36.09 1176.69 3.07
April
2008 101 22 21.78 5770.77 376203.69 1.53 17.3 892.59 1.94 -1.13

2007 91 7 7.69 11019.98 329333.11 3.35 41.61 1032.33 4.03
May
2008 98 14 14.29 6133.57 365528.53 1.68 27.25 1458.13 1.87 -2.16

2007 63 21 33.33 7362.51 228667.87 3.22 23.41 640.95 3.65
June-
2008 99 17 17.17 5325.70 365825.49 1.46 21.97 1265.42 1.74 -1.92
Month Amt(Rs Lakh)06-07 Amt(Rs Lakh)07-08 Month Amt(Rs Lakh)07-08 Amt(RsLakh)08-09
April 15.26 36.10 April 36.10 17.30
May 21.20 41.61 May 41.61 27.25
June 26.03 23.42 June 23.42 21.97
July 17.79 13.03 July 13.03 11.19
Aug 15.06 26.62 Aug 26.62 19.22
Sept 15.98 20.77 Sept 20.77
Oct 13.56 20.07 Oct 20.07
Nov 19.74 16.88 Nov 16.88
Dec 27.96 26.64 Dec 26.64
Jan 20.93 13.36 Jan 13.36
Feb 20.24 14.73 Feb 14.73
Mar 29.57 13.54 Mar 13.54

Quantity(te)06- Quantity(te)07- Quantity(te)08-
Month 07 Quantity(te)07-08 Month 08 09
April 4470.6 9661.34 April 9661.34 5770.77
May 6393.12 11019.98 May 11019.98 6133.57
June 8206.78 7362.51 June 7362.51 5325.70
July 5207.73 4374.28 July 4374.28 2853.82
Aug 6115.14 8340.87 Aug 8340.87 4524.79
Sept 5812.1 6121.46 Sept 6121.46
Oct 5999.24 5575.59 Oct 5575.59
Nov 5870.48 4841.56 Nov 4841.56
Dec 8571 5744.91 Dec 5744.91
Jan 6161.98 3493.09 Jan 3493.09
Feb 6921.69 4150.73 Feb 4150.73
Mar 8941.99 4101.78 Mar 4101.78
TREND OF PENAL OVER LOAD AMOUNT OVER THE
21.58
YEAR
18.16 18.13
Amt(Rs Lakh)06-07 Amt(Rs Lakh)07-08
15.79 15.96
14.36 14.36
13.08 13.56
13.32
12.17 12.31 11.84
9.52 9.64
9.32 8.88 9.41 8.67 8.72
7.33 6.99
5.59
3.42

April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar
TREND OF PENAL OVER LOAD AMOUNT OVER THE YEAR
Amt(Rs Lakh)07-08 Amt(RsLakh)08-09

15.79

14.36

13.56
12.64

12.31
12.17
11.04

9.64
9.52
9.32

8.72
8.67
7.33
4.91
3.42

2.96
1.39

April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar
2255.77

April
2083.05

2432.23

May
1582.29

3177.68

June
700.77

3357.4

July
3536.7

2895.81

Aug
3017.03

1369.99

Sept
1919.38
Quantity(te)06-07

2006.57

Oct
1405.32

828.26

Nov
2327.39

2150.02
Quantity(te)07-08

Dec
1192.77

2435.3
Jan

2898.22

2417.47
TREND OF PENAL OVER LOAD QUANTITY OVER THE YEAR

Feb

1921.39

1447.19
Mar

1762.89
TREND OF PENAL OVER LOAD QUANTITY OVER THE YEAR
Quantity(te)07-08 Quantity(te)08-09

3536.7

3017.03

2898.22
2328.32

2327.39
2275.09
2083.05

1921.39
1919.38

1762.89
1582.29

1405.32

1192.77
924.90
700.77

473.7
191.77

April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar
DATA ANALYSIS PLAN OF OVER LOADING

E- %of E- %of POL POL Total %of Total
Total Desp Achiveme
Month Year Rake Auction Auction POL Qty Qty vrs Amount (in Freight (in Freight vrs Remarks
Qty nt
rake rake Desp Qty. Lakh) Lakh ) Total Fright

2006 95 39 41.05 3357.4 348576.74 0.96 21.57 128.81 16.75 Reduction in E-
July
2007 62 16 25.81 3536.7 230449.65 1.53 12.3 71.74 17.15 0.40 auction rakes

2006 101 63 62.38 2895.81 370434.91 0.78 18.12 119.19 15.20
Aug
2007 77 17 22.08 3017.03 284678.4 1.06 15.79 99.79 15.82 0.62

2007 72 15 20.83 2435.3 262959.04 0.93 15.95 101.38 15.73
January
2008 89 8 8.99 2898.22 334751.47 0.87 13.55 114.84 11.80 -3.93

2007 100 28 28.00 2083.05 365388.29 0.57 12.16 117.66 10.33
April
2008 101 22 21.78 2275.09 376203.69 0.60 11.04 89.25 12.37 2.03

2007 91 7 7.69 1582.29 329333.11 0.48 9.32 103.23 9.03
May
2008 98 14 14.29 2328.32 365528.53 0.64 12.64 145.81 8.67 -0.36
TREND OF PENAL OVER LOAD QUANTITY AND AMOUNT MONTHWISE OVER THE
YEAR

Year 2006-2007 Year 2007-2008 Year 2008-2009

Month Amount(Rs) Quantity(te) Month Amount(Rs) Quantity(te) Month Amount(Rs) Quantity(te)

April'06 1307886.80 2255.77 April'07 1216978.58 2083.05 April'08 1104460.71 2275.09

May'06 1435971.60 2432.23 May'07 932034.65 1582.29 May'08 1264478.07 2328.32

June'06 1816162.50 3177.68 June'07 341693.80 700.77 June'08 490956.55 924.90

July'06 2157740.40 3357.40 July'07 1230685.38 3536.70 July'08 139111.97 191.77

Aug'06 1812532.30 2895.81 Aug'07 1579026.76 3017.03 Aug'08 296857.72 473.70

Sept'06 888322.18 1369.99 Sept'07 732983.46 1919.38 Sept'08

Oct'06 940965.12 2006.57 Oct'07 952128.49 1405.32 Oct'08

Nov'06 558523.02 828.26 Nov'07 1436365.81 2327.39 Nov'08

Dec'06 1183533.57 2150.02 Dec'07 866636.04 1192.77 Dec'08

Jan'07 1595827.49 2435.30 Jan'08 1355526.05 2898.22 Jan'09

Feb'07 1332203.09 2417.47 Feb'08 964257.88 1921.39 Feb'09

Mar'07 699239.62 1447.19 Mar'08 871735.73 1762.89 Mar'09

Total 15728907.69 26773.69 Total 12480052.63 24347.2 Total 2859895.33 5528.31
Month Amt(Rs Lakh)06-07 Amt(Rs Lakh)07-08 Month Amt(Rs Lakh)07-08 Amt(RsLakh)08-09
April 13.08 12.17 April 12.17 11.04
May 14.36 9.32 May 9.32 12.64
June 18.16 3.42 June 3.42 4.91
July 21.58 12.31 July 12.31 1.39
Aug 18.13 15.79 Aug 15.79 2.96
Sept 8.88 7.33 Sept 7.33
Oct 9.41 9.52 Oct 9.52
Nov 5.59 14.36 Nov 14.36
Dec 11.84 8.67 Dec 8.67
Jan 15.96 13.56 Jan 13.56
Feb 13.32 9.64 Feb 9.64
Mar 6.99 8.72 Mar 8.72

Quantity(te)06-
Month 07 Quantity(te)07-08 Month Quantity(te)07-08 Quantity(te)08-09
April 2255.77 2083.05 April 2083.05 2275.09
May 2432.23 1582.29 May 1582.29 2328.32
June 3177.68 700.77 June 700.77 924.90
July 3357.4 3536.7 July 3536.7 191.77
Aug 2895.81 3017.03 Aug 3017.03 473.70
Sept 1369.99 1919.38 Sept 1919.38
Oct 2006.57 1405.32 Oct 1405.32
Nov 828.26 2327.39 Nov 2327.39
Dec 2150.02 1192.77 Dec 1192.77
Jan 2435.3 2898.22 Jan 2898.22
Feb 2417.47 1921.39 Feb 1921.39
Mar 1447.19 1762.89 Mar 1762.89
8.22

April
13.21

11.9

May
15.47

12.44

June
11.74

11.29

July
10.99

8.96

Aug
14.9

8.27

Sept
9.49
CPT(Rs/te)06-07

6.63

Oct
9.08

8.01

Nov
8.69

9.99
CPT(Rs/te)07-08

Dec
TREND OF MONTHWISE CPT(RS/TE)

11.1

14.03
Jan

8.04

13.19
Feb

8.09

11.77
Mar

7.23
TREND OF MONTHWISE CPT(RS/TE0
CPT(Rs/te)07-08 CPT(Rs/te)08-09
15.47

14.9
13.21

11.74

10.99
10.92

11.1
9.49

9.08

8.69
8.17

8.09
8.04
7.53

7.53

7.23
4.74

April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar
TREND OF GRADE SLIPPAGE OVER THE YEAR
1

1 1 1
1

1
NO OF RAKES

1

0

0

00 00 0 00 00 0 00 00 0 00 00 00
0
April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar
MONTHS
No of Rakes 06-07 No of Rakes 07-08
TREND OF GRADE SLIPPAGE OVER THE YEAR
No of Rakes 07-08 No of Rakes 08-09

1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar
Grade
slippage E

Month No of Rakes 06-07 No of Rakes 07-08 Month No of Rakes 07-08 No of Rakes 08-09
April 0 0 April 0 0
May 0 0 May 0 0
June 1 0 June 0 0
July 0 0 July 0 0
Aug 0 0 Aug 0 0
Sept 0 1 Sept 1 0
Oct 0 0 Oct 0
Nov 0 0 Nov 0
Dec 1 0 Dec 0
Jan 0 0 Jan 0
Feb 0 0 Feb 0
Mar 0 0 Mar 0

CPT

Month CPT(Rs/te)06-07 CPT(Rs/te)07-08 Month CPT(Rs/te)07-08 CPT(Rs/te)08-09
April 8.22 13.21 April 13.21 7.53
May 11.9 15.47 May 15.47 10.92
June 12.44 11.74 June 11.74 7.53
July 11.29 10.99 July 10.99 4.74
Aug 8.96 14.9 Aug 14.9 8.17
Sept 8.27 9.49 Sept 9.49
Oct 6.63 9.08 Oct 9.08
Nov 8.01 8.69 Nov 8.69
Dec 9.99 11.1 Dec 11.1
Jan 14.03 8.04 Jan 8.04
Feb 13.19 8.09 Feb 8.09
Mar 11.77 7.23 Mar 7.23
SIDING PICNIC 2008
Shri S.Chandra ,GM,IBV,delivering a trophy to Shri D.N.Biswal,ARM,SEC Railway Brajrajnagar for
best performance in Volleyball game organized during picnic programme on date .
DHULESHWAR MAHADEV MANDIR,LOCM-I
SIDING,SOCP
Employees of siding-I are performing the religious rites by holy water of IB river after
making a long journey on naked foot from IB river to Dhulshwar Mahadev Mandir.