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Signal and Telecommunication

Designation: Sr.Divl. Signal & Telecom Engineer/Asansol
Tel(O): 0341-2304609


Job Profile:

The Sr. Divl. Signal & Telecommunication Engineer, Eastern Railway, Asansol is the head of the Signal & Telecommunication Department of the Asansol Division of Eastern Railway and he is overall in-charge of day-to-day maintenance of Signal & Telecom gears and monitors program and establishment matters. He reports to the Divisional Railway Manager, Eastern Railway, Asansol and co-ordinates with other Divisional Head of Departments & Head Quarter’s S&T Officers. He is assisted by the  Divisional Signal & Telecommunication Engineer(Tele), Divisional Signal & Telecom. Engineer(Sig.) and Assistant Signal & Telecom. Engineer/ Asansol/ Andal/ Madhupur. 

S&T Deptt. of ASN Divn. maintains following gears:



In this division there are 56 nos. Panel interlocked stations, 10 nos. Electronic interlocked stations, 3 nos. Route relay interlocked stations.


All PI/EI stations/cabins are provided with IPS. Data Loggers are provided at all PI/EI/RRI stations/cabins. Data Loggers are networked with Divisional Control office as well as HQ Control office.


There are 158 nos. manned LC Gates , out of which 105 nos. LC Gates are interlocked ( 46 nos. in station sec and 59 nos. in block section).


There are 19 nos. cabins in Andal & Asansol Yard. 15 nos. cabins have Colour light signaling system, out of which 2 nos. are panel interlocked.


There is a mechanized Hump Yard at Andal. In this Hump yard, there are 34 nos. pneumatic point machines, 6 nos. retarders for 35 lines. This mechanized Humping yard was installed in 1966.


There is automatic signaling section in Sitarampur – Chhota-ambana section ( double line - 34.41 km.). In this section there are 7 nos. stations, 11 nos. LC Gates and 35 nos. automatic signals.


1. OFC: 554 RKM for Control communication & Emergency communication (KAN-UDL, UDL-STN, STN-JAJ, STN-CAM, JSME-BDME, JSME-DUMKA, DGHR-BANKA, UDL-SNT, UDL-TOP-BBI).
2. Quad Cable: 542 RKM for Block communication & Emergency communication (KAN-UDL, UDL-STN, STN-JAJ, STN-CAM, JSME-BDME, JSME-DUMKA, DGHR-BANKA, UDL-SNT, UDL-TOP-BBI, MDP-GRD)
3. All manned LC Gates (159 nos.) are provided with telephone from nearest station/cabin.
4. VHF Base Station: 132 Nos. for communication between Driver/Guard and Stationmaster & Emergency communication.
5. Railnet Connection: At 1000 locations.
6. FOIS: At 120 locations.
7. UTS/PRS: At 53 locations.
8. TIB: At 10 Stations.
9.  CIB: At 05 Stations.
10.   NTES: 15 Locations.
11.  IP DSLAM: 300 Locations. (ASN & UDL)
12.  Electronic Exchange: 20 Numbers   Total Lines: 3554.
13.   Wi-Fi: 55 stations
14.CCTV: Stations - 8, PRS Counter - 11, Health Unit - 3, LC gate - 10
15. Digital platform clock : 53 stations

Important Notice 2023

Expression of Interest (EOI) FOR GATI SHAKTI UNIT ASN.

Source : Eastern Railway CMS Team Last Reviewed : 05-03-2024  

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