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Sub:- Freight concessions under WIS, LWIS, TIELS &TDS. (Rates Circular No. 61 of 2008)
Freight concessions are granted under various Incentive Schemes issued from time to time. Querries have been raised as to whether concession under WIS, LWIS, TIELS &TDS will be applicable concurrently with the concessions given in other schemes.
2. The matter has been examined. It has been decided that concession under WIS, LWIS, TIELS &TDS shall be applicable concurrently with other concessions/incentives admissible under other schemes unless and until mentioned otherwise in the specific scheme.
Examples are given below to illustrate the above.
The customer may be permitted 10% concession under one scheme and 20% under other scheme. The freight charges will be calculated in following way:
NTR = Rs. 100
Rate after first concession of 10% = Rs. 100- 10% of Rs.100 = Rs.90

Rate after second concession of 20% = Rs. 90 – 20% Rs.90 = Rs 72


Thus, the net freight rate will be Rs. 72 per Tonne.
The concessions can be given in any order, as the net freight will have no impact. In this case, net freight rate could have been calculated by first giving 20% concession and then 10% concession on reduced rate.
3. These instructions will come into force w.e.f 10.11.2008.
4. These instructions are applicable prospectively and no past cases will be re-opened on this account.

5. This issues with the concurrence of Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.TCR/1618/2008/11 of date 04/11/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. c.493/6/431 of date 12/11/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 139 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Freight concession for Iron- Ore traffic (Class 200X) from SE Railway. (Rates Circular No. 62 of 2008)


  1. Sanction of the Ministry of Railways is hereby accorded to grant following distance based freight concession for movement of Iron-Ore (Class 200X) subject to the conditions mentioned in Para 2 below:




Distance Slab

Discount %

Restrictions

Lead up to 400 Kms

Nil

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Lead of 401 Kms to 500 Km

25%

Subject to minimum NTR at 400 Kms.


Lead of 501 Kms to 700 Kms


40%

Subject to minimum NTR at 400 Kms.


Lead of 701 Kms to 1100 Kms

50%

Subject to minimum NTR at 700 Kms less 40%.


2. (i) Local notification will be issued by Zonal Railway with the approval of GM on recommendation of CCM, COM and FA&CAO. Local notification will lay down specific OD flows, the distance slabs in which each of them fall and the applicable rate of discount as mentioned above.




  1. The net discounted freight rate per tonne over longer lead should not be less than the net discounted freight rate per tonne over shorter lead.




  1. The discount will be given to Iron Ore booked at Class-200X and will be granted as discount at the time of issue of RR itself.

(iv) The discount will be admissible on NTR and only for the traffic originating on South Eastern Railway.


(v) No concessions other than concessions permissible under WIS and TIELS will be admissible on this traffic.

(vi) All other applicable charges, if any, will be leviable.


3. The WIS rakes having destination scheduled for stations at SER and ECoR may be permitted to load freely for Haldia and Paradeep port up to 31.12.2008.
4. Railway shall furnish a monthly appreciation report by 7th of the following month.
5. Railway should monitor the situation closely and should report to Board any change which necessitates reduction/ abolition of this concession under these guidelines.
6. These instructions will come into force with effect from 08. 11.2008 and will remain valid for traffic booked till 31.12. 2008.
7. This issues with the approval of TT Dte and concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.
(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.TCR/1618/2008/14 of date 05/11/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. 493/6/431 of date 12/11/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 140 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Freight concession for Iron- Ore traffic (Class 200X) from SW Railway. Rates Circular No. 63 of 2008


  1. In supersession of Board’s Rates Circular No. 45 of 2008 and 53 of 2008, sanction of the Ministry of Railways is hereby accorded to grant following distance based freight concession for movement of Iron-Ore (class 200X) subject to the conditions mentioned in Para 2 below:




Distance Slab

Discount %

Restrictions

Lead up to 350 Kms

Nil

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Lead of 351 Kms to 450 Km

20%

Subject to minimum NTR at 350 Kms.


Lead of 451 Kms to 550 Kms


35%

Subject to minimum NTR at 350 Kms.


Lead above 550 Kms

40%

Subject to minimum NTR at 350 Kms.

2. (i) Local notification will be issued by Zonal Railway with the approval of GM

on recommendation of CCM, COM and FA&CAO. Local notification will lay

down specific OD flows, the distance slabs in which each of them fall and

the applicable rate of discount as mentioned above.

(ii) The net discounted freight rate per tonne over longer lead should not be less than the net discounted freight rate per tonne over shorter lead.

(iii) The discount will be given to Iron Ore booked at Class-200X at the time of issue of RR itself.

(iv) The discount will be admissible on NTR and only for the traffic originating on SWR.

(v) No concessions other than concessions permissible under WIS and TIELS will be admissible on this traffic.

(vii) All other applicable charges, if any, will be leviable.


3. Railway shall furnish a monthly appreciation report by 7th of the following month.
4. Railway should monitor the situation closely and should report to Board any change which necessitates reduction/ abolition of this concession under these guidelines.

5. These instructions will come into force with effect from 08.11.2008 and will remain valid for traffic booked till 31.12. 2008.

6. This issues with the approval of TT Dte and concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.TCR/1618/2007/10 of date 05/11/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. 493/6/431 of date 12/11/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 141 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Freight concession for Iron- Ore traffic (Class 200X) from East Coast Railway. Rates Circular No. 64 of 2008


  1. Sanction of the Ministry of Railways is hereby accorded to grant following distance based freight concession for movement of Iron-Ore (class 200X) subject to the conditions mentioned in Para 2 below:




Distance Slab

Discount %

Restrictions

Lead up to 400 Kms

Nil

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Lead of 401 Kms to 500 Kms


25%

Subject to minimum NTR at 400 Kms.

Lead of 501 Kms and above (only for KK Line)


10%




2.(i) Local notification will be issued by Zonal Railway with the approval of GM on recommendation of CCM, COM and FA&CAO. Local notification will lay down specific OD flows, the distance slabs in which each of them fall and the applicable rate of discount as mentioned above.


(ii) The net discounted freight rate per tonne over longer lead should not be less than the net discounted freight rate per tonne over shorter lead.
(iii) The discount will be given to Iron Ore booked at Class-200X at the time of issue of RR itself.
(iv) The discount will be admissible on NTR and only for the traffic originating on East Coast Railway.
(v) No concessions other than concessions permissible under WIS and TIELS will be admissible on this traffic.
(vi) All other applicable charges, if any, will be leviable.
3. Railway shall furnish a monthly appreciation report by 7th of the following month.
4. Railway should monitor the situation closely and should report to Board any change which necessitates reduction/ abolition of this concession under these guidelines.
5. These instructions will come into force with effect from 8.11.2008 and will remain valid for traffic booked till 31.12. 2008.
6. This issues with the approval of TT Dte and concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.
(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.TCR/1618/2008/15 of date 05/11/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. 493/6/431 of date 12/11/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 142 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub : Guidelines for E-payment system. (Corrigendum no.1 to Rates Circular No. 39/2008)

Ref. Rates Circular No. 39/2008 dated 04.08.08

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1.0 It has been decided by the Ministry of Railways to modify the guidelines contained in Paras 6.8 & 7.1 of Guidelines for electronic payment system issued vide Board’s letter of even number dated 04.08.08 (Rates Circular No. 39/2008 ).


2.0 Modified Para 6.8 & 7.1 are as under:

6.8 Transaction ID given by the Bank, FOIS transactions time, Customer Code, LC/BG number, validity period of LC/BG, Customer Bank branch and branch code, Railway’s Bank Account Number, Bank’s name and Branch code shall be printed on RR generated through E-payment.

7.1 Cash office shall treat the payment advice, issued in terms of Para 6.18 as TR note for the purpose of accounting and reporting
3.0 It has been further decided to add Para 6.18 in guidelines for electronic payment system issued vide Board’s letter of even number dated 04.08.08 (Rates Circular No. 39/2008 ) as under:

6.18 A copy of payment advice will be generated from the system which shall be dispatched by the station to cash office along with cash remittance note and will be treated as challan.
4.0 A copy of the format of payment advice is enclosed.

5.0 All other details of the circular will remain unchanged.

6.0 This issues with the concurrence of Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.TC-i/2004/104/1-Pt of date 31/10/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No.291/0 of date 11/11/2008)

Payment advice for E-RR
Name of Railway:_______________________________________________
Running number of Payment advice:________________________________
Station name :_________________ Station code:______________________
Invoice No. :_________________ Invoice Date:______________________
Transaction ID given by the Bank:__________________________________
FOIS transaction time:___________________________________________
Customer code:_________________________________________________
Name of customer:______________________________________________
Customer’s Bank details
Bank name ______________Branch name______________Branch code_________
Railway’s Bank details
Bank name __________________ Branch name___________Branch code_________
Amount details
Amount of freight in RR Amount credited to Railway’s Account
Seal and Signature of the Station Manager

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 143 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Liberalization of Siding Rules 2005- clarification regarding cost of railway staff deployed at assisted siding. (Freight Marketing Circular No. 15 of 2008)
One of the zonal railways have sought clarification regarding bearing the cost of railway staff in case of assisted sidings.
Para 4.5 of Board’s letter No. 99/TCFM)/26/1 dated 31.03.2005 –Liberalization of Siding Rules stipulates “ In all private sidings other than Engine on Load only, barring the cost of one commercial staff per shift, Railways will bear the cost of all other Railway staff. The cost of all staff at Engine on Load (EOL) sidings will be borne by the Railways.”
It is clarified that the provisions regarding bearing of the cost of railway staff posted at sidings as per para 4.5 of Board’s letter No. 99/TC(FM)/26/1 dated 31.03.2005 is equally applicable to both private sidings as well as assisted sidings.
This issues with the concurrence of Finance and Civil Engineering Directorates of Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.2007/TC(FM)/18/14 of date 03/11/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No.491/0 Vol III of date 11/11/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 144 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Transportation of Relief Material/Fodder to notified flood affected districts                        of Bihar state: free of charge. (Rates Circular No. 65 of 2008)

1.0 In continuation to Board’s letter of even number dated 28.08.2008 (Rates               Circular No. 43 of 2008) and Corrigendum/Addendums thereto in regard to the               transportation of relief material/fodder by rail from any station to the notified               flood affected districts of Bihar state, free of charge, for distribution in the               notified flood affected districts of Bihar, sanction of the Central Government is                  hereby accorded to the extension of period for transportation of relief               material/fodder beyond 31st October 2008 upto 12th November 2008,

2.0 All other terms and conditions will continue to apply unchanged.

3.0 This issues with concurrence of Finance Directorates in the Ministry of                      Railways.


(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No. TCR/1147/2008/2 of date 12/11/2008 (Rates Circular No. 65 of 2008))

(Authority: CCM/NWR No.174/1 Vol II of date 21/11/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 145 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Chargeable weight for NPK fertilizer on CC+8 routes when loaded in BCN, BCNA/BCNAHS wagons.

Ref :- This office LRA No. 70 of 2008 (Goods)

1.0 The loadability trail of NPK fertilizer conducted by Railway has revealed                    that it can easily be loaded upto a higher level in BCN and BCNA wagons
2.0 Accordingly, Ministry of Railways has decided that the chargeable weight for                   NPK fertilizer on CC+8 routes, will be 63 tonne when loaded in BCN wagons                   and 66 tonne when loaded in BCNA/BCNAHS.
3.0 Accordingly, para 3.0 of the Rates Circular No. 28 of 2008 may be modified.

4.0 These instructions will come into force w.e.f. 25.11.2008.

5.0 This issues in consultation with Traffic transportation Directorate and with the concurrence of Finance Directorates of Ministry of  Railways.
(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No. TCR/1394/2004/2 of date 12/11/2008) (Rates Circular No. 66 of 2008))

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. C-176/4 Vol. II of date 21/11/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 146 of 2008 (GOODS)



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Sub:- Opening of Goods Shed/Siding for outward booking of non programmed coal.
Board vide their letter no. 2008/TT-V/25 /Stations dt. 4.08.2008 had delegated the power for opening of goods shed /siding for outward booking of non programmed coal to the Zonal Railways. However, beneficiated coal and other by products of processed coal and also coal from captive mining blocks were not permitted for loading from goods sheds.


  1. Board has been receiving a lot of proposals from Zonal Railways for opening of goods shed for outward booking of coal for washery rejects/tailings /coal fines /slurry which come under programmed category vide Policy letter no. 2005/TT-V/21/CF/WR dt. 12th July 2005, as well as beneficiated coal and other by products of processed coal and coal from captive mining blocks under non programmed category. Board have now decided.




  1. to delegate the power for opening of goods shed for outward booking of beneficiated coal and other byproducts of processed coal and coal from captive mining blocks under non programmed category to the Zonal Railways for a limited period upto 31/12/2008. This is in continuation to the Policy letter No. 2008/TT-V/25/Stations dt. 04.08.2008 and 17.10.2008. Loading of the above categories of coal from these newly notified goods sheds will be non-programmed and under Priority D only. Notification for opening of goods shed for the above category of coal will be done by CCM after obtaining personal approval of COM.




  1. to delegate the power for opening of goods shed for outward booking of washery rejects, tailings, slurry and coal fines to the Zonal Railways for a limited period upto 31/12/2008. This is in modification to Policy letter no. 2005/TT-V/21/CF/WRdt12th July 2005. Loading of the above categories of coal from these newly notified goods sheds will be non-programmed and under Priority D only. Notification for opening of goods shed for the above category of coal will be done by CCM after obtaining personal approval of COM.




  1. Procedure for opening of goods sheds/sidings as has been detailed in Para 2 of Policy letter no. 2008/TT-V/25/Stations dt. 4.08.2008 is to be followed while notifying such goods sheds.




  1. Programmed coal for which programmes are being sanctioned by competent authority of the Railways (i.e Zonal Railway/EDRM) will not be loaded from newly notified goods sheds.




  1. All other conditions as enunciated in the Policy letter Nos. 2008/TT-V/25 Stations dt. 4.08.2008 and 17.10.2008 and No. 2005/TT-V/21/CF/WR dt 12th July, 2005 will remain unchanged.




  1. EDRM/Kolkata will issue necessary guidelines for submission of documents and procedure to be followed for loading of the above categories of coal at these newly notified goods sheds.




  1. The aforesaid instructions will not be applicable to existing goods shed from where outward booking of programmed coal is already being approved as per earlier policies /practices.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.2006/TT-V/25/Stations of date 10/11/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No.498/0 (Policy)of date 14/11/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 147 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Levy of Punitive charges for overloading and penalty for misdeclaration in container.
Vide Part III of situation ‘A’ and ‘B’ of Gazette Notification dated 15.06.2007, rates of Punitive charges for overloading for container train were notified. Punitive charges for overloading in case of container train are to levied at the rate of 2 times of freight rate applicable to that commodity or 3/5 times of freight rate applicable to the highest class depending upon the situation and extent of overloading.
Clarification has been sought regarding calculation of the punitive charges on the overloaded container wagons in absence of PCC of the wagons and class rate of commodity. Further, a clarification has also been sought regarding tariff for charging in case of misdeclaration of commodities.

It is clarified that the marked CC of the wagon is to be taken as PCC of the wagon.


The punitive charges for overloading in case of container trains as per gazette notification dated 15.06.2007, as amended from time to time, should be calculated as per following procedure.


    1. In case, when the punitive charges are to be levied at the highest Class rate, the highest Class as mentioned in Goods Tariff may be taken in to account for calculation. Presently, the highest Class to be reckoned for the purpose of charging punitive charges for overloading is Class 200.




    1. In case, when the punitive charges are to be levied at the freight rate applicable to that commodity, freight applicable to that commodity for the purpose of levying punitive charges for overloading will be calculated as under:

Freight Rate/tonne = Haulage rate per TEU for “above 26 T” /26 Tonne.


For example, the applicable haulage rate per TEU under table “above 16T’ for the distance between 2001-2050 is Rs. 28802 then.
Freight rate /tonne=Rs. 28802/26/i.e Rs. 1108
In case where punitive charges for overloading is to be levied for 2 times of the applicable rate, punitive charges will be Rs. 1108x2 =Rs. 2216 per tonne. If the overloading is, say 2 tonnes on a container wagon, the applicable punitive charges will be Rs. 2216x2 =Rs. 4432 on that wagon.
For dealing with the cases of misdeclaration, instructions issued vide Board’s letter No. TCR/221/2206/1 dated 08.11.06 (Rates circular No. 95/2006) are applicable.
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