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    411PH5038

    BY SHUBHAM

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    TRANSPORTATION MEANS BY WHICH GOODS ANDSERVICES ARE TRANSFERRED FROM ONE PLACE TOANOTHER.

    TYPES OF TRANSPORTATION:-ROADWAYS

    RAILWAYS

    WATERWAYSAIRWAYS

    RAILWAY IS THE CHEAPEST WAY OF TRANSPORT.

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    FIRST IN INDIAIN 1853 FROM BOMBAY TOTHANA.

    ORIGINALLY OPERATED BY PRIVATEDCOMPANIES.

    I925-1950 GOI TOOK OVER THE ALL THEPRIVATE RAILWAY COMPANIES.

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    IT IS THE LARGEST RAIL NETWORK IN ASIAAND WORLDS SECOND.

    OVERSEEN BY MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS.

    IT IS BIGGEST EMPLOYER IN THE WORLD. INDIAN RAILWAYIS DIVIDED INTO 16 ZONES.IT

    IS AGAIN SUBDIVIDED INTO 67 DIVISIONS.

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    Trains are classified by their average speed. A faster train hasfewer stops ("halts") than a slower one and usually caters tolong-distance travel.

    Rank Train Description 1 Duronto Express These are the non-stop (except for

    operational stops) point to point rail services introduced for the

    first time in 2009. They connect the metros and major statecapitals of India and are faster than rajdhani Express. Theyprovide first AC, two-tier AC and three-tier AC accommodation.Some of them provide Sleeper Class accommodation.

    2 Rajdhani Express These are air-conditioned trainslinking major cities to New Delhi. They have high priority and areone of the fastest trains in India, travelling at about 130 km/h

    (82 mph). They have only a few stops. 3 Shatabdi Express The Shatabdi trains are air-

    conditioned intercity trains for travel during day. They have seatsand executive class seats. Some of them 3-tier AC berths. Theyare the fastest trains in India, travelling at about 140 km/h.

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    SLEEPER

    A.C. COACH

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    By joining together different areas of thecountry, railways have made internal tradeconvenient. They carry goods and passengersto distant places easily.

    Railways are an important source ofemployment in India. Lakhs of skilled andunskilled people are employed in operatingthe railways.

    It helps in the industrialization process of acountry by easy transportation of coal andraw-materials at a cheaper rate.

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    Railway is the safest form of transport. Thechances of accidents and breakdown ofrailways are minimum as compared to other

    modes of transport. It encourages mobility of labour ad thereby

    provides a great scope for employment.

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    Goods in bulk quantities are carried ,chancesof goods getting lost are high in case ofrailway transport as compared to air and roadtransport.

    Railway transport is unsuitable for carryinggoods at shorter distances; road transport ismost suitable in this case.

    Proper railway system is not build up in the

    Indian villages as a result of which railwaytransport is unsuitable in the villages of India. Delay of trains

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