Thursday, June 4th, 2020

Indian Railways pavilion set up in Hall No 6 - Chairman railway board inaugurates

Chairman, Railway Board, Arunendra Kumar, invc newsINVC,
Delhi, The Indian Railways pavilion set up in Hall No, 6 for the India International Trade Fair (IITF) -2014 at Pragati Maidan in News Delhi was inaugurated by Chairman, Railway Board at 0600 PM on 14.11.2014 in the presence of various Railway officials today. The pavilion displays many facets of Indian Railways in a seamless manner. The various themes have been displayed with ingenuity in such a way that they all merge together into one definite single identity which is the Indian Railways. From the emotional connection that Indian Railways has with the people of India to the technological advances which the Railways have seen in the recent months, almost every aspect is visible in some form or another under one roof. The focus of Indian Railways to bring in changes, to put itself on the fast track, to break existing geographical frontiers in the North- Jammu and Kashmir and into the Northeast, to ameliorate the existing passenger amenities among others is visible through photos, translites, models etc, on display at the pavilion. Broadly divided into nine sections which include the national project of Jammu & Kashmir, the works in the Northeast, Production Units progress in high-speed and semi-high speed rail, safety, sports, digital railway, women entrepreneurship and empowerment, the pavilion boasts of 14 models which are to scale and a huge LED screen, a mural as a front façade inviting you to come discover India through the Indian Railways. In the pavilion you will find something of interest for every age group. In a very innovative step an interactive quiz with attractive prizes and a game of Ludo on safety massages of Indian Railways will keep children entertained. The games are aimed to be educational, informative and fun. A visit to the railway pavilion at IITF 2014 would be informative and will make everyone aware of all the new initiatives being under taken and also bring into focus the work which has been done in the past for the benefit of all customers.



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