Indian Railways at the Crossroads
The practice of presenting a railway budget separate from the annual general budget is also traced back to British times. The second part of the case outlines some of the problems faced by IR in the late-1900s and the difficulties the department faced in overcoming them. Several experts suggested ways in which IR may be restructured. These suggestions are also discussed in detail. The case concludes with a description of the steps taken by IR to overcome some of its problems.
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Growth, operations, Indian Railways, railway network, single management, largest employer, world, 1800, British rule, networks, private companies, 1920, central government, department of railways, Indian independence, railway budget, annual general budget, problems faced, Several experts suggested ways
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