The Rail Corporation of India (RCCI) is the body that runs India’s railways, and its job is to oversee the entire operation.
It has been in operation since 1932, and has had many roles to play, from overseeing train and station operations to overseeing passenger services and the supply chain.
It is responsible for managing the rail network and overseeing the quality of service, including safety.
But the role of the RCCI has also been growing over the past few decades, and today it is a big player in the transportation sector.
With the recent announcement of a major expansion, however, it may be time to rethink the role the RSCI plays in India’s railway industry.
RCCIs role in rail transportation is inextricably linked to its role in railways.
India has an ambitious rail infrastructure program, and it is estimated that the country’s rail infrastructure has grown from an estimated 3 billion rupees ($38 billion) in 1980 to over 8 trillion rupees today.
But even as India’s rail industry grows, the ROCI has a role to play in ensuring that the system is operating smoothly.
RCCIs responsibility for ensuring that all of the railways lines are running smoothly and that the rail system is in a state of good repair has been on the backburner for a while now.
According to a RCC report, in 2010-11, the railway industry suffered a Rs 5,838 crore loss due to a series of mismanagement and financial irregularities.
This number was based on the number of railway stations in the country as of April 2016, according to data from the Ministry of Railways.
However, in 2017-18, the number had increased to Rs 10,865 crore.
The ROC report also notes that the railway sector’s gross debt of Rs 17,500 crore was due to mismanagement, mismanagement by the railway operators, mismanaged investments, and mismanagement of financial accounts by the Railways, the railways and their partners.
In terms of passenger services, there have been several changes in the way that passenger services have been run.
Since the mid-1980s, India has had several new lines running on a new set of lines that were built to the exact specifications of the time.
But these new lines are very different from the old ones that were originally used.
For example, the Indian Railways (IR) line between Delhi and Ahmedabad has been widened and widened again since 2008-09.
But it has not been extended to any new stations and has remained a major artery of the country.
It also has the capacity to accommodate up to 3.5 million passengers a day, a fraction of what it used to handle.
So it has had to make a lot of investment to make it work properly.
But its passenger numbers have declined in recent years.
The Indian Railway Corporation (IRC) has also had to do much more to keep its trains running smoothly.
In fact, its own data indicates that the number who had to be shifted to new stations has increased by almost 30 per cent from last year to this year.
The train operator has also lost money due to over-capacity on its tracks, which has led to the loss of money on passenger fares.
The government has also taken action to ease passenger travel by easing restrictions on passengers, like requiring passengers to pay a surcharge of Rs 1,000 per person for a ticket and a minimum of Rs 200 per person to use a private bus.
These measures have not made a difference to the passenger numbers.
What is the role that the RNCI plays?
The RNCIs role as the regulator for the rail transportation sector is clear from the fact that it is the entity that oversees all the trains that run on the railways system.
The RNC has five primary roles: The Railway Corporation of Indian Railway (RNCI) The Railway Safety Council The Railway Operating Company of India The Railway Management Council The Railways Council and the Road Transport Corporation of Bengal (RTCB) are the main agencies that have oversight of the railroads.
However, the role which the RTCB plays in running the railways is much more subtle.
The railway has the largest amount of railway tracks in the world.
It can manage the entire length of a railway line.
Its main responsibility is to ensure that the tracks run smoothly, and that all trains are running at their best.
It makes sure that trains do not collide with each other, and also that trains are not overloaded.
The railways also ensures that trains have adequate safety measures in place.
These include keeping track and keeping track of track, ensuring that trains meet safety standards, ensuring adequate space for passengers and trains, and ensuring that they are properly protected.
It is not the only agency that has oversight of rail transportation.
There are also many other agencies that oversee the railways.
The Department of Rail Safety is responsible to ensure