OCTOBER- Newly built Employees Club and Renovated Works Canteen inaugurated at DLW To provide hygienically cooked, healthy and toothsome food to DLW employees on subsidised rates, DLW Works Canteen is

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  • OCTOBER-2015

    Newly built Employees Club and Renovated Works Canteen inaugurated at DLW

    To provide hygienically cooked, healthy and toothsome food to DLW employees onsubsidised rates, DLW Works Canteen is renovated and equipped with modern cooking facilities. It

    was inaugurated by General Manager Shri Ashok Kumar Haritby unveiling the plaque and cutting the ribbon on 19thOctober. To make food in clean and healthy environment, anew design of modular kitchen equipped with Aata KneadingMachine, Potato Peeler Machine, Dishwashers, modern gassystem, hot water facility from Solar Water Heater andGeyser, modern exhaust system and fresh air washers isestablished in this Canteen. Apart from this, Dining Hall of theCanteen is alsorenovated and equipped

    with Steel Furniture and TV with dish facility to take food inclean and pleasant atmosphere. Besides this, Canteen is alsoproviding trolley service of Tea, Coffee, Snakes and Sweetsto the employees in workshop.

    In addition to provide facilities to the employees,newly built Employees Club was also inaugurated by GeneralManager Shri Ashok Kumar Harit by performing rituals andcutting the ribbon. In style of Officers Club, DLW

    administration has built this Employees Club in 6840 sq ftarea. In this Employees Club multipurpose TV and Gamesroom for entertainment, table tennis room, playing card andchess room, multipurpose hall of 2520 sq ft, Pantry, StoreRoom, separate toilet facilities for women and men etc. arealso provided. Any employees can take membership of thisClub on subscription of ` 30 per month.

    On this occasion,Smt. Sumitra Harit,

    Chairperson, Smt. Anuradha Singh, Vice-Chairperson &members of DLW Womens Welfare as well as S/Shri AshokKumar Singh, CME, Yogesh Asthana, CEE, A.K.Sharma, CQAM,J.N.Pandey, FA&CAO, Arjun Tabiyar, CPO, S.K.Jain, CMM/HQ,V.R.Mishra, CMM/Eng. P.Ananth, CME/M, R.R.Jha, CMgM,Dr.S.S.Negi, CMO, S.K.Sagar, CPM/Mod., R.B.Yadav, CE,S.K.Katiyar, CME/Plant along with other officers, Staff Councilmembers and employees were present in a large number.

  • DLW Stall at International Railway Equipment Exhibition

    The 11th International Railway Equipment Exhibition (IREE)-2015 was organised by theConfederation of Indian Industries in association with Indian Railways from 14 to 16 October, 2015

    at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Japan Quality Railways wasthe major partner country of the exhibition. The exhibitionwas followed by seminar as well as and buyer-seller meetfor interacting with the representatives of Indian Industriesto develop and supply the rolling stock components andequipments to meet Railway's requirements.

    DLW as well as other production units of IndianRailway participated in this exhibition along with ZonalRailways and various Railway equipment manufacturingunits from public

    and private sectors like Daulat Ram, SAIL, BEML, BharatForge, Bhilai Engineering Corp. Ltd. and so many foreigncompanies like M/s EMD, ABB, Siemens, CromptonGreaves etc. also displayed their products and activities inthis exhibition. DLW also established a beautiful stall in theabove exhibition and highlighted its products and the factsfrom manufacturing to export of Diesel Locomotives tovarious countries like Tanzania, Vietnam, Sri Lanka,Bangladesh, Sudan, Angola etc. Shri Ashok Kumar Harit,General Manager inaugurated the DLW Stall on 14thOctober, in presence of S/Shri Ashok Kumar Singh, CME,Anil Kumar Sharma, CQAM and A.K.Singh, CDE. The well planned decoration attracted visitors towatch the exhibition of DLW's working through Pictures, Translides, Loco models and Documentaryfilm on DLW with great treat. The working model of High Horse Power WDP4D locomotive at DLW

    stall was the centre of attraction for the visitors and thedisplayed loco components which are to be get developedby the industry were of great importance for the vendors,supplying railway equipments. All the interesting aspectsof DLW have been vividly explained at IREE-2015.

    During the three day exhibition, large number ofvisitors visited the DLW stall. Visiting the Stall theyappreciated the decoration theme and sequence ofdisplayed exhibits and put their valuable remarks in thevisitor book.

  • Durga Pooja and Vijaya Dashami festival at DLW

    Vijaya Dashami festival was celebrated in DLW Township on 22nd October at DLW Stadium,which was attended by huge crowd. The programme started on that day with the offering of Poojan& Arti to Bhagavan Shri Ram, Sita & Laxman by Shri AshokKumar Harit, General Manager accompanied by Smt.Sumitra Harit, Chairperson, DLW Womens WelfareOrganisation, Shri Ashok Kumar Singh, Chief MechanicalEngineer, Shri Arjun Tabiyar, Chief Personnel Officer andoffice bearers of Vijaya Dashami Samiti.

    On this occasion depicting the various characters ofRamleela, children of DLW family enacted the excerpts from

    the epic Ramayanas well as beautiful& attractive fireworks and burning of effigies of Ravan, Kumbhakaran & Meghnad were also displayed. On this occasion officers, employees, their families, friends as well as civil authorities of Varanasi including distinguished persons of the city were present in a large number.

    Durga Pooja was also celebrated in Community Halland Shiva Kali Mandir at DLW Township with traditionalgaiety 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 otherrituals were performed with great enthusiasm. The festivalconcluded with the immersion of Maa Durga idols in GangaSarovar. On this occasion different colourful culturalprogrammes were also organised at Community Hall andShiva Kali Mandir. During the Vijaya Dashami and DurgaPooja festival DLW R.P.F., Civil Defence, St. Johan'sAmbulance Brigade, Scouts & Guides and other socialservice organisations also extended their co-operation inseating arrangement, tracing out and handing over of themissing children to their parents and control the gathering.

  • National Cleanliness Fortnight

    On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, National Cleanliness Fortnight was organized from 02nd

    to 15th October at Diesel Locomotive Works. To mark the occasion, a cleanliness oath ceremony

    was also held on 03rd October at Reception Hall of DLW Administrative Building. On this occasion,

    Shri Ashok Kumar Harit, General Manager administered the cleanliness pledge to the officers and

    employees to be aware of cleanliness, every year 100 hours i.e. 2 hours per week to contribute for

    SRAMDAN to keep clean our locality, village, street & workplace and make extensive publicity for

    cleanliness mission etc.

    On this occasion, S/Shri Ashok Kumar Singh, CME,

    Yogesh Asthana, CEE, Anil Kumar Sharma, CQAM, Arjun

    Tabiyar, CPO, V.R.Mishra, CMM/Eng., J.N.Pandey, FA&CAO,

    R.B.Yadav, CE, S.K.Sagar, CPM/Mod as well as other

    officers and employees took the pledge in a large number.

    During the fortnight, wide SRAMDAN were made by the whole DLW family at Workshop,

    Administration Building, Hospital, Technical Training Centre, Township and around the area.

  • SEPTEMBER-2015

    Financial Commissioner, Railway Board visited DLW

    Smt. Rajalakshmi Ravi Kumar, Financial Commissioner, Railway Board visited Diesel

    Locomotive Works on 21st September. On this occasion, she went round the workshop and

    inspected various shops including Heavy Machine Shop,

    Heavy Weld Shop, Loco Frame Shop, Loco Assembly Shop

    etc. along with Shri J.N.Pandey, FA&CAO, Shri N.S.Pangtey,

    FA&CAO/TOT, Shri A.K.Sharma, CQAM, Shri K.B.Sahay,

    CME/P and other officers. During the inspection she

    witnessed the manufacturing process and driver cab of

    WDP4D locomotive no. 40261. On this occasion, Smt.

    Rajalakshmi also discussed various financial aspects in connection to locomotive manufacturing

    with the accompanying officers.

    Earlier, on reaching the workshop Smt. Rajalakshmi was given a grand guard of honour by

    RPF personnel. She also planted sapling in workshop premises.

    After the inspection, Smt. Rajalakshmi held a meeting with General Manager Shri Ashok

    Kumar Harit and HODs. In which CQAM Shri A.K.Sharma put up a power point presentation

    containing production, achievements, ongoing projects as

    well as future planning of DLW. Speaking on this occasion,

    Financial Commissioner expressed her happiness over

    the development of infrastructure in DLW and

    reduction of production cost of locomotive by ` 01 02

    crore. She said that during the next 5 years,

    infrastructure of Indian Railways would be developed

    with the cost of ` 8.5 lakh crore and the Railways has targeted to load 1.5 billion metric

    tonnes goods and in this direction, the high horse power locomotives of DLW would play

    an important role.

  • Vishwakarma Puja

    As in past, the poojanotsav of the god of the craft, art and creation Lord Vishwakarma was

    celebrated this year too at Diesel Locomotive Works on 17 th September. On this holy occasion,

    decorating their shops and workplaces

    tastefully with flowers and colourful paper

    clippings, DLW employees installed beautiful

    and attractive portraits of Lord Vishwakarma

    there. They offered pooja and aarti to Lord

    Vishwakarma with performing proper rituals.

    It is mentionable here that to contribute at a large in the clean ganga campaign,

    this year, DLW family has taken a decision to install the pictures of Lord Viswakarma in

    place of idols at Vishwakarma Poojanotsav. DLW is firm determined to continue the

    implementation of this historic decision in future also.

    On this occasion, Shri Ashok Kumar Harit, General Manager along with S/Shri, Ashok Kumar

    Singh, Chief Mechanical Engineer, Yogesh Asthana, Chief Electrical Engineer, A.K.Goel, Controller

    of Stores, A.K.Sharma, Chief Quality Assurance Manager, J.N.Pandey, Financial Advisor & Chief

    Accounts Officer, Arjun Tabiyar, Chief Personnel Officer, K.B.Sahay, Chief Mechanical

    Engineer/Production, S.K.Jain, Chief Material

    Manager/Loco, Dr. S.S.Negi, Chief Medical

    Officer, S.K.Katiyar, Chief Mechanical

    Engineer/Plant, Manish Kumar Gupta, Dy.

    Genral Manager & Chief Public Relations

    Officer, other officers, their family members

    and friends visited various shops in the

    workshop area and other workplaces in the

    township, where employees welcomed them with enthusiasm. Offering poojan and aarti to Lord

    Vishwakarma, they actively participated in Pujanotsav and received Prasad.

    On this occasion, a large fair was visible at DLW premises and workshop, where DLW

    officers, employees, their families & friends enjoyed the fair as well as witnessed and offered

    poojan to the beautifully decorated attractive tableau of Lord Vishwakarma in various shops at

    workshop and township.

  • Rajbhasha Saptah Samaroh

    Under the auspices of Diesel Locomotive Works Rajbhasha Department, Rajbhasha SaptahSamaroh-2015 was organised from 09th to 15th September with variety of programmes. The Mainfunction of the week long programme was a seminar on "Vigyan Evam Proudyogiki Prasar MeinHindi Ki Bhumika" held on 15th September at Technical Training Centre auditorium. On thisoccasion, taking instances of popular Hindi phrases the guest speaker Dr. Siddha Nath Upadhyay,Ex. Director, Indian Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University said that Hindi and other

    Indian languages make close human relationships.He stressed on the need of promotion andpopularise the Hindi language through the removalof disparities and including the subjects related tosocial concern in Hindi. Delivering the lecture inthe seminar another guest speaker Dr. A.K.Agarwal, Ex. Head, Computer EngineeringDepartment, Banaras Hindu University said thatHindi is the most widely spoken language of theworld. The importance of Hindi is increasing, as it

    is the National Language of Indian Republic and India is emerging as the financial power in theworld. Besides, in different states, where, there are other regional languages, Hindi is used asmedium language.

    On this occasion, presiding over the seminar, Shri AshokKumar Harit, General Manager said that in fact, science andtechnology could not be popularise, until it is not available in thecommon man language. Hindi is the only language which isknown to majority of people. So the efforts are needed to getavailable maximum literature of knowledge-science in Hindi. Weshould keep in mind that for such type of work we use simpleand colloquial words of Hindi. Earlier, Shri Harit also gave awayawards to the officers and employees for winning various Hindicompetitions, as well as for doing excellent and maximum work in Hindi.

    Earlier, welcoming the guests and speakers in seminar ShriArjun Tabiyar, Mukhya Rajbhasha Adhikari focussed upon theweeklong programmes and said that Hindi is the youngestlanguage amongst other languages. He also emphasised on theuse of popular colloquial words of other languages in Hindi.

    Earlier, the programme started with the lighting of lampby GM Shri Harit along with guest speakers Dr. Upadhyay, Dr.Agrawal, CME Shri Ashok Kumar Singh, CDE Shri YogestAsthana, COS Shri A.K.Goel and Mukhya Rajbhasha Adhikari

    Shri Arjun Tabiyar jointly. On this occasion, S/Shri Anil Kumar Sharma, CQAM, J.N.Pandey,FA&CAO, V.R.Mishra, CMM/Engine, S.K.Sagar, CPM/Mod., Dr. S.S.Negi, CMO as well as otherofficers and employees were present in a large number. Dr. Sanjay Kumar Singh, VaristhaRajbhasha Adhikari conducted the whole programme efficiently and at last he proposed the vote ofthanks.

    The weeklong programme included Quiz Competitions, Indian Language Seminar etc.

  • Teachers Day celebration at DLW

    In lieu of birth anniversary of Ex. President of India Sarvapalli Dr. Radhakrishnan (05 th

    September), Teachers Day was celebrated on 04th September at Officers club. On this occasion,

    congratulating the teachers and para-teaching staffs of various schools, run by DLW Womens

    Welfare Organisation, Smt. Sumitra Harit, Chairperson, DLW

    Womens Welfare Organisation honoured them by presenting


    Earlier, Smt. Harit as well as Smt. Sangeeta Sagar,

    Secy. and other office bearers of the organisation lighted the

    lamp and garlanded the picture of Dr. Radhakrishnan. On this

    occasion expressing their views Smt. Harit, other office bearers, principals and teachers of various

    schools focussed upon personality and works of Dr. Radhakrishnan.

    To mark the celebration, a brief cultural programme and games were also organized on this

    occasion. Smt. Sangeeta Sagar, Secy. of the organization welcomed the guests as well as

    principals and teachers of the schools. While, Smt. Gunjan

    Tripathi, Incharge, Bal Niketan school conducted the whole

    programme efficiently. Smt. Rimjhim, Incharge, Bal Niketan

    school conducted the event of games and the vote of thanks

    was proposed by Smt. Shikha Jain, Joint Secy., DLW Womens

    Welfare Organisation. In the function all officer bearers and

    members of DLW Womens Welfare Organisation as well as

    teachers and staff were present in a large number.

  • Shri Krishna Janmastami

    Under the auspices of Shri Krishna Janmastami Puja Samiti, Shri Krishna Janmastami was

    celebrated at Diesel Locomotive Works Rangshala from 05th to 07th September. The celebration

    started with the performing of retuals and offering pooja and aarti to Bhagawan Shri Krishna by

    chief guest Shri Ashok Kumar Harit, General Manager and

    Smt. Sumitra Harit, Chairperson, DLW Womens Welfare

    Organisation. On this occasion guest of honour Shri Asha

    Ram Yadav, Dy. Director/Audit along with Shri Ashok

    Kumar Singh, Chief Mechanical Engineer, Shri Yogesh

    Asthana, Chief Electrical Engineer, Shri Arjun Tabiyar, Chief

    Personnel Officer, Shri Manish Kumar Gupta, Dy. General

    Manager, Shri Jitendra Srivastava, Sr. Security

    Commissioner, members of DLW Womens Welfare Organisation other officers and employees were

    present in a large number.

    The celebration included Havan, Poojan and chanting of veda mantras by the students of

    Panini Kanya Mahavidyalaya. On this occasion, a colourful cultural variety programme including |

    Jagran Puja was also presented by Anil Orchestra Jagran Group, Bhelupura.

    On 06th September, second day prominent singer Varsha Tiwari presented Bhojpuri songs.

    Followed by wrestling (Kushti Dangal) programme on third day 07th September. Shri Ashok Kumar

    Singh, CME was the chief guest of both the 2nd and 3rd day programmes. Shri A.K.Sharma, CQAM

    was the guest of honour in wrestling programme. A programme of folk songs (Birha) was also

    presented by prominent folk singers Usha Mangeshker and

    Ram Ashish Yadav on 3rd day evening 07th September.

    On this occasion, Sarveshwar Mandir at RPF Barrack

    was also tastefully decorated and illuminated with attractive

    colourful lights, where the devotees viewed the tableau of

    Bhagawan Krishna and offered pooja to them in a large


  • AUGUST-2015

    Inauguration of Renovated Health Club

    Shri Ashok Kumar Harit, General Manager inaugurated the renovated Health Club on 26 th

    August, 2015, running under the auspices of Diesel Locomotive Works Sports Association.

    Performing rituals he unveiled the inauguration plaque and cut

    the ribbon of Health Club along with Smt. Sumitra Harit,

    Chairperson, DLW Womens Welfare Organisation as well as Shri

    Ashok Kumar Singh, Chief Mechanical Engineer &

    President/Sports, Shri Anil Kumar Sharma, Chief Quality

    Assurance Manager & General Secy./Sports.

    It is mentionable here that the Health Club located behind DLW Cinema Hall is well

    equipped with modern and latest facilities for meditation, yoga, and physical exercises as

    meditation hall with peaceful ambiance, rolling machine,

    treadmill, cross trainer, elliptical, spinner bike, butter fly,

    vertical press/end let, functional trainer, inner and outer thigh,

    leg curls/leg extension, bicep curls/tricep extension, ab crunch

    back extension machine, etc.

    On this occasion Smt. Anuradha Singh, Vice-Chairperson,

    DLW Womens Welfare Organisation as well as members along with S/Shri A.K.Goel, COS, Yogesh

    Asthana, CEE, Arjun Tabiyar, CPO, J.N.Pandey, FA&CAO, S.K.Jain, CMM/HQ, R.B.Yadav, CE,

    A.K.Singh, CDE, P.Ananth, CME/M, S.K.Sagar, CPM/Mod., Sanjay Katiyar, CME/Plant, N.S.Pangtey,

    FA&CAO/TOT, Manish Kumar Gupta, DGM, Md.Shahid, Sports Officer, other officers, Staff Council

    members and employees were present in a large number.

  • Communal Harmony Day at DLW

    Communal Harmony Day was observed on 21st August at DLW. On this occasion, Shri Ashok

    Kumar Harit, General Manager administered the

    Communal Harmony pledge to the officers and

    employees. S/Shri A.K.Singh, CME, A.K.Goel, COS,

    Yogesh Asthana, CEE, Anil Kumar Sharma, CQAM, Arjun

    Tabiyar, CPO, K.B.Sahay, CME/P, V.R.Mishra, CMM/Eng.,

    N.S.Pangtey, FA&CAO/TOT, R.B.Yadav, CE as well as

    other officers and employees took the pledge in a large

    number to maintain communal harmony and peaceful co-

    existence in the society without any distinction of caste, creed, area, religion and language. Shri

    Pravin Kumar, Dy.CPO conducted the programme.

    In this connection, officers and employees in

    different Shops at Workshop area, Stores/Depot and

    other Offices inside the Workshop, Hospital and work

    places of Colony area as well as Teachers and Students of

    DLW Inter College, Central School, St. Johns School and

    Bal Niketan also took communal harmony pledge.

  • Special Discussion Meeting of Nagar Rajbhasha Karyanvayan Samiti at DLW

    Nagar Rajbhasha Karyanvayan Samiti (NRKS) held a special discussion meeting on 18th

    August at Hall of Fame. Speaking on this occasion, chief guest Shri Sanjay Kumar Singh, Secy.-Rajbhasha, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India said that since time immemorial Varanasi cityhas been a centre of attraction for its glorious history of Hindi literature. Expressing satisfactionover the progress review report of NRKS, he said Hindi is avery easy language. He appealed the member offices topopularize the same and apprised above the recent softwarethat can help to resolve the problem coming in computer-generated works.

    Presiding over the meeting Shri Ashok Kumar Harit,

    General Manager & President, Nagar Rajbhasha KaryanvayanSamiti, Varanasi focussed upon the activities NRKS and said that in the last meeting, memberoffices were awarded with the Shields and Certificates by the Samiti for their commendableperformances in the field of Rajbhasha. Shri Harit also apprised about the achievements of DLW inRajbhasha and said that recently Premchand Hindi Library at DLW has been computerised.Probably, this is the very first library, which is equipped with e-granthalaya software and havingbarcode. Despite this DLW is organizing various programmes and bringing out magazine to makethe Rajbhasha practically dynamic. Shri Harit also assured of cent-percent compliance of theimplementation of Rajbhasha Adhiniyam by all member offices.

    Earlier, welcoming Shri Srivastava, Secy.-Rajbhasha, Ministry of Home Affairs as well asrepresentatives of member offices, Shri Arjun Tabiyar, Mukhya Rajbhasha Adhikari and CPO threwlights upon the contribution of Varanasi in the progress of Hindi literature. While, Dr. Sanjay KumarSingh, Varistha Rajbhahsa Adhikari and Member Secy,/NRKS focussed upon the activities of NRKSthrough presentation.

    On this occasion, Dr. Markandey Ram Pathak, Registrar,Banaras Hindu University, Shri Santosh Shukla, ADRM, NER, Dr.Bijendra Singh, Director, Vegetable Research Project Office,Varanasi, Dr. Devraj Singh, Registrar, Central Tibetan Institute,Shri Ram Prakash Maurya, Dy. Commissioner of Income Tax,Income Tax Office, Shri R.K.Verma, Joint General Manager,Indian Airport Office, Shri R.P.Ram, Dy. General Manager,

    District Telecom Office, Shri R.B.Patel, Dy. Director, All India Radio, Shri Rohit Kumar, ZonalManager, Food Corporation of India, and Shri Sudhanshu Shekher, Sr. District Manager, LifeInsurance Corporation of India also expressed their views and put-up the progress report of Hindiof their departments.

    On this occasion, Shri Kumar Pal Sharma, Dy. Director in Charge (Implementation),Northern Region, Rajbhasha as well as representatives of various central govt. departments andautonomous organizations were presence in a large number. The programme concluded with thevote of thanks proposed by Dr. Sanjay Kumar Singh, Varistha Rajbhasha Adhikari and MemberSecy./NRKS.

  • 69th Independence Day was celebrated on 15th August, 2015 at DLW Stadium with the

    presentation of colourful cultural programmes by the children of DLW based schools. The

    programme started with the hoisting of National Flag, followed by

    the inspection of parade of Railway Protection Force, St. Johns

    Ambulance Brigade, Civil Defence, Bharat Scouts, Guide, Cubs,

    Bulbuls and Inter College Scouts & Guides by General Manager

    Shri A.K.Harit. On this occasion, focussing upon the contribution

    and sacrifices of freedom fighters for the freedom of the country

    Shri Harit highlighted the production and other activities of DLW

    including achievements of all the departments of DLW.

    On this occasion, chief guest Shri Harit honoured the

    President Certificate recipient cadets of Scouts & Guides by

    handing over them President

    Certificates as well as he gave away the prizes to the meritorious

    students of DLW Inter College, who received maximum marks in

    Inter, High School and Primary examinations. Shri Harit also

    distributed useful equipments to the handicapped employees and

    handicapped dependents of DLW employees.

    The programme concluded with the distribution of fruit packets to the indoor patients of

    DLW Central Hospital by Shri Harit along with Smt. Sumitra Harit, Chairperson, DLW Women's

    Welfare Organisation, members and principal officers. On this

    occasion chief guest Shri Harit also inspected the training center

    of Bharat Scouts & Guides at Community Hall premises. The

    programme wound up with the plantation of saplings at Surya

    Sarovar by General Manager Shri Harit as well as Smt. Sumitra

    Harit, Chairperson, DLW Women's Welfare Organisation &

    members, HODs, officers Staff Council Members and employees.

    Independence Day Celebration at DLW


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