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26th February 2016, 05:23 PM
RDSO Functions

Hello Buddy , I want to Get Functions & Role information of Research Design and Standards Organization , Can you plz provide me Details of Sam e?
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27th February 2016, 08:51 AM
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Re: RDSO Functions

Research Designs and Standards Organization is an ISO 9001 research and development organization under the Ministry of Railways of India .

Railways were Introduced in India in 1853 and as their Development Progressed through to the twentieth Century, Several Company Managed

All the Directorates of RDSO Except Defence Research are located at Lucknow.

Cells for Railway Production Units and Industries, which look after liaison, inspection and development work, are located at :
New Delhi.

RDSO is the Sole R&D Organization of Indian Railways and Functions as the technical advisor to Railway Board Zonal Railways and Production Units and performs the following important functions :

Development of new and improved designs

Development, Adoption, Absorption of new Technology for use on Indian Railways

Development of standards for materials and products specially needed by Indian Railways

Technical Investigation, statutory clearances, testing and providing consultancy services

Inspection of critical and safety items of rolling Stock, Locomotives, Signalling & telecommunication equipment and track components

RDSO Multifarious activities have also attracted attention of railway and non-railway organizations in India and abroad.

Research Design and Standards Organization Functions & Role

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