Railways Reforms & Governance Conclave 2017

The Indian Railways is launching big-bang reforms in governance and infrastructure to give world-class services to passengers. To implement the reforms, it is imperative to have the right policy in place and ensure efficient utilisation of technology.

Over the last few years, the railways have taken many initiatives like increasing capacity to accommodate 11.85 lakh additional passengers in trains, investment plan of Rs 8,56,020 crore during 2015-19, installations of 9,000 bio-toilets and new Rail Neer plant at Ambernath and approval of USD 1,100 million loan by the World Bank for the eastern dedicated freight corridor among others.

For the past two years, Governance Now, through its annual conferences on railways reforms has been highlighting importance of governance and infrastructure reforms by inviting key stakeholders to deliberate on ideas, suggestions and best practices.

In its third edition, Governance Now Railways Reforms and Governance Conclave 2017 will focus on the concerns and solutions of materialising futuristic projects of the Indian Railways by organizing conglomeration of think tanks from India and across the world. Further, it will have the grand expo exhibiting solutions that can help transform railways and address existing challenges. The conference is supported by Ministry of Indian Railways.

Key Participants

The conclave is designed to have officials and experts from varied fields:

  • Indian Railways
  • International Union of Railways (UIC)
  • Japan Railways Group
  • German Railways
  • China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC)
  • France Railways
  • Safety & Security equipment manufacturers
  • Logistics firms
  • Internet service providers
  • Technology providers
  • Energy saving equipment manufacturers
  • E-catering firms
  • Freight companies
  • Financial institutions

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