The main short-term advantage after completing the training was an idea of the industrial environment, the strict and disciplined schedule of the company. This helped me a lot to build inside me the zeal to learn more, to be highly precise and accurate in my working. It helped in understanding the relationship that should be maintained between an officer and a worker, officer and a trainee and also between worker and trainee. The good and learning environment helped a lot to understand the difficulties or problems faced during the project completion.
The short term learning objective were to just to see how things works and how communication is possible Long term The introduction to an official as well as industrial environment would help a lot in future to work in a company concerning to the field of communication, to cope up with the increasing competition in the market also it would help in building up a good relationship between myself and the colleagues. This industrial training has helped me a lot to stand in the corporate world. METHODOLOGYIn training at Indian Railways emphasis was given on the latest technologies and the basic fundamentals of communication which are required to cope up with the diverted needs of communication and study about the present day services provided by Indian Railways. We were given thorough instructions and knowledge about almost all the aspects of Networking.
The officers also made us familiar with the various equipments being used. SCOPE OF TRAINING After achieving the proper goal of life an Engineer has enter in professional life. According to this life he has to serve an industry, may be public or private sector or self-own.
For the efficient work in the field he must be well aware of practical knowledge as well as theoretical knowledge. Since we belong to the electronics field it is really helpful to take training at a place that clears the doubts and inquisitively regarding the looking-simple phenomenon. The training at Indian Railways is related to many fields of engineering; it is one of the fastest growing industry in the world.
Training at Indian Railways not only improves your subject theoretical knowledge but also improve the practical skill.I worked there on study project named “Local Area Networks”. It was a great learning experience there. The Calcutta Metro is a fine example of highly complex engineering techniques being adopted to lay an underground railway in the densely built-up areas of Calcutta city. It is a treat to be seen.
The Calcuttans keep it so clean and tidy that not a paper is thrown around! It only proves the belief that a man grows worthy of his superior possessions. Calcutta is also the only city where the Metro Railway started operating from September 27, 1995 over a length of 16. 45 km.
There is also a Circular Railway from Dum Dum to Princep Ghats covering 13. 50 km to provide commuter trains. GENESIS OF INDIAN RAILWAYS The story of the Indian Railways (IR) is not just a saga of mundane statistics and miles of rolling stock.
It is the glorious tale of a pioneering institution that has blazed a trail for nearly a century and a half, making inroads into far-flung territory and providing a means of communication. Indian Railway is one of India’s most effective networks that keep together the social, economical, political and cultural fabric of the country intact.Be it cold, mountainous terrain or the long stretches through the Rajasthan desert, Indian Railways cover the vast expanse of the country from north to south, east to west and all in between. More than a hundred years ago, on the 16 April 1853, a red-letter day appeared in the glorious history of the Indian Railways.
On the day, the very first railway train in India ran over a stretch of 21 miles from Bombay to Thane. This pioneer railway train consisting of 14 railway carriages carrying about 400 guests, steamed off at 3:30 pm amidst the loud applause of a vast multitude and to the salute of 21 guns.It reached Thane at about 4. 45 pm.
The guests returned to Bombay at 7 pm on the next day, that is, April 17. On April 18, 1853, Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy, Second Baronet, reserved the whole train and traveled from Bombay to Thane and back along with some members of his family and friends. This was the humble beginning of the modern Indian Railway system known today for its extraordinary integration of high administrative efficiency, technical skill, commercial enterprise and resourcefulness. Today the Indian Railway (IR) is one of the most specialized industries of the world.INTRODUCTION On the job training or