2 edition of Fifth report on Central Inland Water Transport Corporation found in the catalog.
Fifth report on Central Inland Water Transport Corporation
India. Parliament. Committee on Public Undertakings.
1978 in New Delhi : Lok Sabha Secretariat, 1978 .
Written in English
|Statement||Ministry of Shipping and Transport, Committee on Public Undertakings.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 83/6678 (J)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 76 p. ; 25 cm.|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||79111546|
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Central Inland Water Transport Corpn Ltd is a Private incorporated on 22 February It is classified as Union Govt company and is registered at Registrar of Companies, Kolkata. Its authorized share capital is Rs.
2, and its paid up capital is Rs. 1, Central Inland Water Transport Corporation Limited Latest Breaking News, Pictures, Videos, and Special Reports from The Economic Times.
Central Inland Water Transport Corporation Limited Blogs, Comments and Archive News on Water resources potential in the river basins of India and utilization; State wise details of inland water resources of various types; Time series data on income and expenditure of Central Inland Water Transport Corporation (CIWTC) Cargo carried and freight earned tonne-km performed by CIWTC at disaggregated level of commodity.
Central Inland Water Transport Corporation (CIWTC) The Central Inland Water Transport Corporation (CIWTC) with its headquarters at Kolkata was set up as a public undertaking in May The CIWTC is mainly engaged in transportation of goods by inland waterways in the Ganga-Bhagirathi-Hooghly, Sunderbans and Brahmaputra rivers.
ADVERTISEMENTS: The inland water transport was an important mode earlier, but it declined after the coming of railways.
The inland water transport is a cheap, fuel-efficient, environment-friendly mode with a higher employment generation potential and is suitable for heavy and bulky goods. But, the share of inland water transport in total transport in India is [ ].
The Fifth Five Year Plan states that the "outlay of Rs crores for the next two years includes development of Rajabagan Dockyard and operation of the Central Inland Water Transport Corporation and operation of river services on the Ganga.". White Paper on the Progress, Accomplishment and Future of Sustainable Inland Water Transport (February ) The UNECE “White Paper on the progress, accomplishment and future of sustainable inland water transport” is the third edition of a policy paper on the current situation, trends and challenges.
PETITIONER: CENTRAL INLAND WATER TRANSPORT CORPORATIONLTD. RESPONDENT: THE WORKMEN & ANR. DATE OF JUDGMENT23/04/ BENCH: PALEKAR, D.G. BENCH: PALEKAR, D.G. BHAGWATI, P.N. CITATION: AIR SCR (1) SCC (4) ACT: Industrial Disputes Act.
Section 33(C)(2)--Powers of the Labour. The cost of water transport in India is roughly 50 paise (¢ US) a kilometre, as compared to ₹ 1 (¢ US) by railways and ₹ (¢ US) by roads.
Water transport has received significant attention in recent times [timeframe?] as logistical costs in India are some of the highest among major countries [definition needed] —18 percent in India versus percent in China and 10. Introduction Inland water transport has been considered as cost effective, relative fuel efficient, environment friendly and more employment generating mode of transport.
A number of countries are now taking initiative to make better use of the existing capacity and making investment in IWT. IWT is a good option for movement of bulk cargo like.