Railway University Admission – National Academy of Indian Railways (NAIR)
Railway University Admission – National Academy of Indian Railways (NAIR)
Seat Allotment and Guidelines – Railway University
IMPORTANT GUIDELINES FOR PROPER UTILISATION OF COURSES
- For each MDP & BFP course, quota of seats for participants from Zonal Railways and PUs are fixed as below:
|Course Name||CR, NR, WR, WCR, ECR, ECOR, ER, SWR, SER, SR||NFR, SCR,NER, NWR, NCR, SECR||PUs, RDSO, DG/RPF|
May kindly nominate officers only as per the above quota so as to ensure proper utilization of available capacity as also to avoid inconvenience.
- For other courses, interested officers may please be nominated and advice sent to concerned Course Director well in advance. While sending the nomination details of the nominated officers like their designation, place of posting and contact number may also please be advised so that the nominated officers can be contacted.
- Sometimes due to unavoidable reasons the courses mentioned in the Calendar have to be re‐scheduled/cancelled; therefore, nominated officers should be advised to check the NAIR website a week before starting date of the course to ascertain the status of the courses which they were going to attend.
- Participants arriving late or in excess of allotted seats or of inadequate seniority may be sent back.
- Generally JAG and above officers are given single occupancy rooms. JS, SS officers are accommodated on twin sharing basis.
- The Policy regarding family accommodation is available at the NAIR website.
- Officers should be advised to bring their sports‐gear and swimming costume to avail themselves of the various sports facilities available at NAIR.
- Typically, Vadodara has a hot and humid climate. However, from November to February one may need light woolen clothing.
- Trainees are required to make payments for mess charges preferably through Debit/Credit Card.
- Nominations for Seminar/Workshop should not be done by Zonal Railways and PUs as the same will be done by NAIR.
|SMP||Strategic Management Program for CMDs||Nomination by Railway Board|
|AMP||Advanced Management Program||Nomination by Railway Board|
|MDP||Management Development Program||6‐8 years in Gr’A’ and due for promotion to JAG|
|BFP||Gr ‘B’ Foundation Program||Gr ‘B’ Officers immediately after promotion in Gr. ‘B’|
|BIP||Gr ‘B’ Induction Program (For Accounts, Personnel, Stores, AHO, APHOs & Nursing Officer)||Gr ‘B’ Officers within 1 Yr. of promotion to Gr ‘B’ post & after completing BFP|
|AIP||Gr ‘A’ Induction Program||Gr ‘A’ Officers (after completing AFP)|
|AFP||Gr ‘A’ Foundation Program||Probationers recruited through UPSC|
MDP & BFP
Participants of MDP and BFP courses undertake project work and submit a report. These reports have helped Indian Railways in harnessing experience‐backed knowledge for improving productivity of various assets. The participants can support our efforts by bringing field problems or critical issues with related data for further in depth study.
Best Projects are awarded the MR’s medal and a Cash Award of Rs. 5000/‐ and Rs. 3000/‐ for each Member of the project group in MDP and BFP respectively. Synopsis of all the Projects and full reports of the projects for the year 2001 onwards can be viewed at http://10.140.2.6
AMP Participants shall be required to make theme presentations in groups on topics provided to them. These themes shall be pursued further during their duration of training at ICLIF/INSEAD as well.
Information about the courses
AFP (Group ‘A’ Foundation Programme)
The Group ‘A’ Foundation Programme is conducted for newly recruited Group ‘A’ probationary officers of different Railway Services. The objective is to familiarize the probationary officers at the beginning of their career with the system of railway working, developing team working, build camaraderie and instill in a sense of discipline, dedication and pride. The extensive training programme includes classroom lectures, field visits and extra curricular activities.
AIP (Group ‘A’ Induction Programme)
The Group ‘A’ Induction Programme is conducted towards the end of probation period i.e. before joining the working post. The objective of this course is to weave together various modules of training undergone by them and to equip them with relevant skills and knowledge for taking up a working post. The pedagogy includes classroom sessions, field visits, mock drills an extra curricular activities.
BFP (Group ‘B’ Foundation Programme)
This course is meant for Group ‘B’ officers immediately on promotion from Group ‘C’. The course objective is to give bird’s eye view of the variety of activities and function of all departments, developing team working, ethos, understanding basic management concepts etc. The course is not meant for imparting in‐depth knowledge into various functional areas, for which various function related courses are available.
MDP (Management Development Programme)
This is a course for officers who are due for promotion to Junior Administrative Grade. The course objective is to impart managerial perspective and effectiveness involving coordination and team approach for taking up role of branch officers. It is meant to impart insight into management of technology, managerial behavioural and competencies needed for handling Tenders & Contracts, DAR etc. The course is not meant for imparting in‐depth knowledge into various functional areas, for which various function related courses are available.
AMP (Advanced Management Programme)
This course is for the officers who are due for promotion to Senior Administrative Grade. Currently it has 4 weeks module out of which 2 weeks training is at NAIR/BRC and one week at INSEAD/Singapore as also one week at ICLIF/Malaysia. The course objective is to impart managerial perspective of policy making, effectiveness involving coordination and team working and understanding of challenges faced by Indian Railways.
The slots for Seminars/Workshop have been identified in Calendar. However, the subject for Seminar/Workshop will be finalized later and nominations will be called for accordingly.
“We all, at National Academy of Indian Railways, commit ourselves to achieve “Excellence in Training Railway Managers’ to accomplish corporate objectives of Indian Railways.
We are also committed to a continual improvement in quality through comprehensive periodic reviews within the frame work of ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems.”
The Alma mater of Indian Railway officers – National Academy of Indian Railways Vadodara was originally established in 1930 at Dehradun and subsequently relocated at its present site on January 31, 1952.
The local point of National Academy of Indian Railways is Pratap Vilas Palace of the Gaewads– the former rulers of Baroda. The sprawling campus of 55 acres has beautiful gardens and woods.
The training is imparted through interactive sessions in well‐equipped classrooms/lecture halls/model rooms.
Cubrary building has faculty offices, the Library and the Computer Center. A rich collection of Railway related material, general books and periodicals, and multimedia is available in the library. State‐of‐the art LAN, Wen servers and computers provide access to worldwide information resources.
“Abhivyakti” is a widely acclaimed half yearly journal of National Academy of Indian Railways, which helps in generating debate and spreading information about contemporary concerns.
A 250 seater AC auditorium and a large recreation room is the center attraction after a busy day.
Guest officers are housed in well‐furnished single/double occupancy rooms. Officers mess ‘Annapurna’ can accommodate upto 180 guests at any time.
The two Tennis Courts, five indoor badminton courts and the Squash court, outdoor Basket Ball and Volley Ball courts and a modern Gymnasium help in achieving physical fitness for all age groups. Indoor facilities for Billiards, Table Tennis, Carom and Chess enthusiasts are a permanent attraction.
A self‐contained Health Unit with a resident doctor provides medical support as required. The NAIR Health unit is backed by Western Railway’s Divisional Hospital at Pratap Nagar.
National Academy of Indian Railways WEB presence
Our Railnet website: http://10.140.2.6 provides information relating to Railway Codes and Manuals, reading material for Foundation Programme, website links of other Indian Railways and other National and International Premier educational institutions.
|R. C. Agrawal||Director General||9725024421|
|K. L. Dixit||Dy. Director General||9974094047|
|Shailendra N. Jaiswal||Sr.Proff. (Management)||9974003522|
|Hemant Godbole||Sr.Proff. (Finance Mgt.)||9974003513|
|V. K. Saxena||Sr.Proff. (Mech. Engg.)||9974003514|
|A. K. Shrivastav||Sr.Proff. (S & T Engg.)||9974003521|
|Atul Gupta||Sr.Proff. (Materials Mgt.)||9974003516|
|S.S. Kalra||Sr.Proff. (Civil Engg.)||9974003520|
|Dr. A Prakash||Sr.Proff. (Health Mgt.)||9974003515|
|Pravin Parmar||Sr.Proff. (Transportation Mgt.)||9974003519|
|S. S. Srinivas||Sr.Proff. (Organizational Behaviour)||9974003517|
|Dr. S. K. Mitra||Proff .(Health Mgt.)||9601285939|
|Rakesh Rajpurohit||Proff .(Inventory Mgt.)||9601285943|
|Pramod Gadre||Proff. (Elect. Engg.)||9974003518|
|Kumar Manavendra||Proff .(Finance & Investment)||9601285945|
|Vijoy Kumar Singh||Proff .(Comml. Mgt.)||9601285937|
|Rajnish Kumar||Proff .(IT )& Secy. to DG||9601285941|
|Sunil Kumar Singh||Proff .(Managment Services)||8511062808|
|Binay Kumar||Proff .(Network Mgt.)||9601285942|
|Md. Faizal||Proff .(Account Mgt.)||9601285931|
|Proff. (Relations Mgt.)||9601285935|
|R.S. Chhatwal||Proff .(Safety Mgt.)||9601285938|
|R. Subramaniam||Proff .(Law Mgt.)||9601285933|
|Hublal Jagan||Proff .(Personnel Mgt.)||9601285934|
|Suresh Chandra||Proff .(Rajbhasha)||9601285936|
|Mohandas P.||Asst. Proff (Personnel Mgt.)||9601285944|
|Dr. D. S. Tawar||Addl.CMS||9724091515|
|Nigam Prasad||Asst. Library & Information Officer||9601285940|
|P. Bhaskaran||PPS to DG||9601285932|
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