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<p>Rajbhasha Saptah Samaroh </p> <p>Under the auspices of Diesel Locomotive Works Rajbhasha Department, Hindi Saptah Samaroh-2014 was organised from 09th to 15th September with variety of programmes. The Main function of the week long programme was a seminar on "Rajbhasha - Swaroop, Chunautiyan aur Sambhavnayen" held on 14th September at Technical Training Centre auditorium. Speaking on this occasion, the main speaker Prof. Awadhesh Narayan Mishra of Banaras Hindu University said that the present nature of Hindi is the mixture of various languages, because many common words of other Indian regional languages are used in Hindi. Countrys regional languages are making a major contribution to establish Hindi at global arena. Discussing the development of Hindi he said that Language, techniques and business make a nation prosperous. Developed nations have progressed on the strength of his language, then why we cannot. He threw light on the contribution of DLW and Indian Railways for the promotion of Hindi and said that using its vast network, Indian Railways has united the nation and played an important role in implementation of Rajbhasha policies.</p> <p>On this occasion, presiding over the Hindi Diwas Samaroh, Shri Ashok Kumar Singh, Chief Mechanical Engineer said that the responsibility to establish Rajbhasha is not of Rajbhasha Department and Hindi scholars only. Any language becomes prosperous through experiments. When the scholars of all the subjects will express their thoughts originally in Hindi and make attempt to promote Rajbhasha. He threw light on the challenges of Rajbhasha and said that availability of Unicode has also made easier the challenges of the use of Hindi. Now, setting up a website in Hindi or sending e-mail in Hindi have become easy. Earlier, Shri Singh also gave away awards to 95 officers and employees for winning the various competitions as well as doing excellent and maximum works in Hindi. On this occasion, he also released the message of Shri Rajiv Vishnoi, General Manager.</p> <p>Welcoming the guests and speakers Shri Hardai Narayin, Mukhya Rajbhasha Adhikari focused upon the background of Hindi Diwas. Conducting the whole programme Dr. Sanjay Kumar Singh, Varistha Rajbhasha Adhikari also read the message of Union Home Minister, Govt. of India and the vote of thanks proposed by Shri S.B.Pandey, Sr. Translator.</p> <p>The weeklong programme included a meeting of DLW Rajbhasha Karyanvayan Samiti, and Quiz Competition also. The programme concluded with a variety of colourful cultural programme on 15th September at Auditorium (Cinema Hall). On this occasion, DLW artists recited the compositions of eminent poets of Hindi and staged an emotional play Uzra Hua Mahavidyalay, that was edited and directed by Shri T.K.Chatterjee and written by Shri Braj Bhushan.</p> <p>Vishwakarma Puja </p> <p>As in past the god of the craft, art and creation Lord Vishwakarma Puja was held this year too at Diesel Locomotive Works on 17th September. On this holy occasion, the employees were established quite attractive and beautiful idol of the presiding deity Lord Vishwakarma in their workshops and workplaces and worshiping with proper rituals.</p> <p>On this occasion, Shri Ashok Kumar Singh, Chief Mechanical Engineer along with S/Shri, Yogesh Asthana, Chief Electrical Engineer, K.B.Sahay, Chief Mechanical Engineer/Production, Arjun Tabiyar, Chief Personnel Officer, A.K.Sharma, Chief Quality Assurance Manager, Hradai Narain, Financial Advisor &amp; Chief Accounts Officer/TOT, N.P.Sinha, Chief Material Manager/Loco, Rajiv Kumar Saxena, Chief Material Manager/Headquarter, S.K.Sager, Chief Project Manager/Modernisation, Dr. S.S.Negi, Chief Medical Officer, S.K.Katiyar, Chief Mechanical Engineer/Plant, Manish Kumar Gupta, Dy. Genral Manager &amp; Chief Public Relations Officer along with other officers, their family members and friends were went inside the various places of the workshops and other workplaces in the township, where they welcomed with enthusiasm by staffs. They did worship with proper rituals of Lord Vishwakarma and actively participated in Pujanotsav and received Prasad.</p> <p>On this occasion, a large fair was visible at DLW premises and workshop, as well as cultural programmes, Ghazals, Bhajans, etc. were organised in Stores/Depot. On this occasion, where DLW personnel, their families and friends enjoyed the fair, there, worshiped and seen the pleasing and breathtaking procession of Lord Vishwakarma with interesting decorated in various workshops and township.</p> <p>DLW built 7051st Locomotive flagged off</p> <p>Shri Alok Johri, Member Mechanical, Railway Board flagged off 7051st Diesel locomotive at Diesel Locomotive Works, Varanasi on 26th September, 2014. Before flagging-off the locomotive he inspected its driver cab along with Shri Rajeev Vishnoi, General Manager, Shri Ashok Kumar Singh, Chief Mechanical Manager and other officers. Thereafter, he flagged-off the flower bedecked locomotive decorated in resplendent colour scheme with performed rituals along with Shri Vishnoi, General Manager, Shri Singh, Chief Mechanical Manager and other officers. </p> <p>Expressing his views Honble Member Mechanical said that DLW not only increasing the production of locomotives, but also developing new technologies with the up-rating of horse power of locomotives. Design, development, production and thereafter dispatch of locomotives to the Railways and NRCs within stipulated time period is the hallmark of DLW. On this occasion, Honble Member declared a cash award of ` 1 lakh for DLW employees.</p> <p>Speaking on the occasion, Shri Rajiv Vishnoi, General Manager hailed the team work and work culture of DLW officers, supervisors &amp; employees and lauded the achievements of DLW. On this occasion, welcoming the guests Shri Ashok Kumar Singh, Chief Mechanical Engineer focused upon the products and activities of DLW. Shri K.B.Sahay, Chief Mechanical Engineer/Production proposed the vote of thanks, while Shri Amlesh Srivastava conducted the whole programme efficiently.</p> <p>Earlier, Honble Member Mechanical inspected the New Block Shop and there available facilities and manufacturing process of Blocks. During the visit of New Block Shop, Chief Project Manager/Modernisation Shri S.K.Sagar briefed Shri Johri and Shri Vishnoi about the newly installed machines. On this occasion, Shri Johri inaugurated the newly installed CNC Knob Milling Machine there. With the installation of this new machine production of locomotive blocks will increase as well as production process will take less time. He also planted sapling in New Block Shop along with GM Shri Vishnoi and other principal officers. Earlier on reaching the New Block Shop Shri Johri was given a grand guard of honour by RPF personnel.</p> <p>Shri Johri also held a meeting with Shri Rajiv Vishnoi, General Manager, Shri Ashok Kumar Singh, Chief Mechanical Engineer and other HODs at Conference Hall and discussed on various technical issues related to the production. He also reviewed the progress of various projects and gave necessary instructions to the concerned authorities. </p> <p>Letter, he also met Shri Amar Singh, Joint Secy., Staff Council &amp; members as well as the representatives of other employees associations and office bearers of SC/ST/OBC Association and discussing employees problems and demands with them, he received memorandum from them.</p> <p>Durga Pooja and Vijaya Dashami festival </p> <p>Vijaya Dashami festival was celebrated in DLW Township on 03rd October at DLW Stadium, which was attended by huge crowd. The programme started on that day with the offering of Poojan &amp; Arti to Bhagavan Shri Ram, Sita &amp; Laxman by Shri Ashok Kumar Singh, Chief Mechanical Engineer accompanied by Shri Arjun Tabiyar, Chief Personnel Officer and office bearers of Vijaya Dashami Samiti.</p> <p>On this occasion depicting the various characters of Ramleela, children of DLW family enacted the excerpts from the epic Ramayan as well as beautiful &amp; attractive fireworks and burning of effigies of Ravan, Kumbhakaran &amp; Meghnad were also displayed. On this occasion officers, employees, their families, friends as well as Shri Pranjal Yadav, District Magistrate and other civil authorities of Varanasi including distinguished persons of the city were present in a large number. </p> <p>Durga Pooja was also celebrated in Community Hall and Shiva Kali Mandir at DLW Township with traditional gaiety and religious fervour. On this occasion, Maa Durga idols were installed in tastefully decorated Pandals. During the Navaratri, Maha-Sasthi, Maha-Saptami, Maha-Astami and Maha-Navami puja and other rituals were performed with great enthusiasm. The festival concluded with the submerging of Maa Durga idols in River Ganga. On this occasion different colourful cultural programmes were also organised at Community Hall and Shiva Kali Mandir. During the Vijaya Dashami and Durga Pooja festival DLW R.P.F., Civil Defence, St. Johan's Ambulance Brigade, Scouts &amp; Guides and other social service organisations also extended their co-operation in seating arrangement, tracing out and handing over of the missing children to their parents and controlthe gathering.</p> <p>Special Cleanliness Drive on Gandhi Jayanti at DLW</p> <p>Under the Special Cleanliness Drive at Diesel Locomotive Works, all the officers, employees and their family members made Shramdan in the premises on 02nd October on Gandhi Jayanti. </p> <p>Leading the drive Chief Mechanical Engineer Shri Ashok Kumar Singh made Shramdan at Western Township-III, Jalali Patti along with the co-incharge of Cleanliness Drive of above area Shri P.Ananth, Chief Mechanical Engineer/Material, Shri Manish Kumar Gupta, Deputy General Manager and other officers and employees. </p> <p>For this drive, the DLW premises was divided into 10 zones. Shri Yogesh Asthana, Chief Electrical Engineer, Shri Atul Mohan, Financial Advisor and Chief Accounts Officer, Shri Pradeep Kumar, Controller of Stores, Shri Arjun Tabiyar, Chief Personnel Offiecr, Shri A.K.Sharma, Chief Quality Assurance Manager, Shri Hardai Narain, Financial Advisor and Chief Accounts Officer/TOT, Shri K.B. Sahay, Chief Mechanical Engineer/Production, Shri S.K. Sager, Chief Project Manager/Modernisation, Shri R.K. Saxena, Chief Material Manager/Headquarter, Shri N.P.Sinha, Chief Material Manager/Loco, Shri Sajay Katiyar, Chief Mechanical Engineer/Plant, Shri Naresh Kumar, Chief Marketing Manager, Shri V.R.Mishra, Chief Material Manager/Engine, Shri R.B.Yadav, Chief Engineer, Shri Anil Kumar Singh, Chief Design Engineer Dr. S.S.Negi, Chief Medical Officer participated in this Cleanliness Drive as in-charge and co-in-charge along with other officers, supervisors and employees in their respective zones. The volunteers of Bharat Scouts &amp; Guides, Sportsmen and Students of DLW based schools also gave laudable contribution to make the drive a grand successes. </p> <p>Before starting the Cleanliness Drive, Shri Ashok Kumar Singh, Chief Mechanical Engineer administered the oath of awareness towards the cleanliness to the officers and employees. In the same manner all Heads of Departments also administered the oath to the employees to be aware of cleanliness in their respective areas. On this occasion, Shramdan was also made in RPF Barrack led by Shri Sunil K. Singh, Deputy Inspector General / RPF, Railway Board, New Delhi along with Shri S.C.Chaudhari, Sr. Security Commissioner.</p> <p>55th All India Railway Aquatic Championship</p> <p>Under the auspices of DLW Sports Association, 55th All India Railway Aquatic Championship was organised from 10th to 13rd October at DLW Swimming Pool. It was inaugurated by Shri Ashok Kumar Singh, Chief Mechanical Engineer by introducing with the participating swimmers and announcing the opening of the championship. The championship concluded on 13rd October with the announcing of closure of tournament by Shri Ashok Kumar Singh, Chief Mechanical Engineer.</p> <p>On this occasion, giving his best wishes to the players Chief Mechanical Engineer Shri Singh said that some swimmers of Railways has not only proud of Indian Railways, but also exalted the name of country by his talent. Certainly, they will become inspirational for his fellow players. Earlier, welcoming the guests Shri Anil Kumar Sharma, Chief Quality Assurance Manager focused upon the detailed information of swimming competition.</p> <p>12 teams from different Railways participated in this Aquatic championship and made nine new meet records in different events. In water polo match Southern Railway, Eastern Railway and Western Railway got first, second and third place respectively. In the overall championship (diving section) Western Railway stood first and Eastern Railway got third place, while host DLW secured second place. In this championship, where South Western Railway bagged overall championship with 155 point, there Western Railway and Eastern Railway got second and third place with 109 and 105 points respectively. </p> <p>Vigilance Awareness Week </p> <p> Vigilance Awareness Week was observed at Diesel Locomotive Works from 27th October to 01st November. During the weeklong programme pledge ceremony, group discussion and a seminar on Vigilance Awareness were organised at DLW. Besides essay competition and other programmes were also organised to mobilise the people against the corruption. </p> <p>The main function of the week, a seminar on "Bhrashtachar se Sangharsh Praudyogiki ki Samarthak Bhumika" was organised on 01st November at Technical Training Center Auditorium. Presiding over the seminar, Shri Yogesh Asthana, Chief Electrical Officer said that transparency is not only needed in public life, but also impontaint in personal life. Highlighting the flaws of the tender process, he said that as much if we share information with website, corruption would equally discouraged. We should work with the spirit of service and improve our work culture. On this occasion Shri Asthana also released "Vigilance Bulletin" published by Vigilance Department and awarded to the winners of essay competition held during the Vigilance Awareness Week.</p> <p>On this occasion, expressing his view Shri Atul Mohan, FA&amp;CAO said that discipline, transparency and following of rules &amp; regulations is needed in each and every sectors of our lives. He stressed clearly on widely dissemination of the public purchases policy, so that the tendereres be able to know reasons of acceptance and rejection of their tenders. Speaking on the occasion, Shri Pradeep Kumar, Controller Of Stors said that Information Technology, E-Auction, improvement in exhamination and recruitment process and video conferencing are playing an important role in eradication of corruption. He also stressed the need of maintaining transparency in checking of corruption and told about some new techniques like e-procurement and e-tendering adopted in Stores Department. On this occation, Shri Arjun Tabiyar, Chief Personnel Officer said that the Corruption is prevailing our society since olden period and has taken a horr...</p>