Railways’ First Disaster Management Village Near Bengaluru By Sept


Railways’ First Disaster Management Village Near Bengaluru By Sept

Indian Railways’ first disaster management village at Hejjala village, 25km from Bengaluru, is nearing its completion.

Set to be a virtual reality centre to analyse rail accidents, it will come up on a 3.32 sqkm plot at an estimated cost of Rs 44.42 crore. This is the first time the railways is setting up such a village to minimise accidents in the country.

E Vijaya, chief public relations officer, SWR, said the training centre will be ready by September-end. Railway staff across the country will be trained to handle emergency situations. Training will begin for a few batches in September, she added. Read More

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