Nalgonda TSRTC division registers profits
Reforms, regular training classes, counselling and timely strategies of RTC officials of Nalgonda region to cut the losses and ensure profits have...
Nalgonda: Reforms, regular training classes, counselling and timely strategies of RTC officials of Nalgonda region to cut the losses and ensure profits have been giving good results. After the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao’s meeting with Regional Managers and Deputy Managers of state-run transport corporation, officials of Nalgonda RTC chalked out various plans to reduce the losses.
According to official sources, the Nalgonda RTC region, which has seven depots, incurred Rs 85 lakh loss during from April 2017 to October 2017, as against the loss of Rs 10.25 crore corresponding the same period previous year.
Nalgonda, Miryalaguda, Devarakonda and Narketpally depots of Nalgonda district, which fall under the Nalgonda RTC Division secured a loss of Rs 3.31 crore from April 2017 to October 2017, as against the loss of Rs 6.95 crore corresponding to the same period in last year Whereas, Suryapet, Kodad depots of Suryapet district and Yadagirigutta depot of Yadadri district secured a profit of Rs 2.46 crore. Last year, these depots incurred a total loss of Rs 4.28 crore.
The Nalgonda depot incurred a loss of Rs 59 lakh from April 2017 to October 2017, as against a loss of Rs 1.52 crore the same period in 2016. While Devarakonda depot secured Rs 1.23 crore loss, Narketpally registered a loss of Rs 1.75 crore.
While, the crowded Miryalaguda depot gained Rs 26 lakh, Suryapet depot registered a profit of Rs 29 lakh. Similarly, the Kodad depot gained Rs 1.05 crore profit, while historic Yadadri depot created history by gaining profits of Rs 1.11 crore.
Speaking to The Hans India, In-charge Regional Manager of RTC Nalgonda and Nalgonda Division Manager Madhusudan has informed that they were able to reduce the losses and gain profits with the cooperation of employees and by effective utilisation of available resources, rationalisation of services in various routes, regular training programmes to drivers, conductors and hire bus drivers.
He added that picking up passengers at traffic generating points, crew counselling by Depot Managers, Supervisors and Commuters meet twice in a month at village and mandal levels to get the feedback, increasing the tyre life had helped the corporation register profits.