Indian Railways Institute of Civil Engineering

Indian Railways Institute of Civil Engineering Pune
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About IRICEN

IRICEN stands for “ Indian Railways Institute of Civil Engineering ” is an institute of training for civil engineers of the railways in India. It started as small institute as Permanent Way Training School in the year 1959 for training the entry-level civil engineers. IRICEN is one of the Training Institute of Indian Railways and trains to the officers of Indian Railways Service of Engineers cadre. It has established in the year 1988.

Indian Railways Institute of Civil Engineering, Pune
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Indian Railways Institute of Civil Engineering Education Facilities

The following are the facilities of education provided by the IRICEN Pune (इंडियन रेलवे इंस्टिट्यूट ऑफ सिविल इंजीनियरिंग पुणे):

  • Firstly, Indian Railways Institute of Civil Engineering provides the training at a time to up to hundred engineers and managers.
  • Secondly, The developing countries railway engineers are can be trained by Indian Railways Institute of Civil Engineering
  • The other department and also private organizations are also trained by Indian Railways Institute of Civil Engineering
  • Indian Railways Institute of Civil Engineering provides the training for railway engineers of trains of the following agencies IRCON (Indian Railway Construction Company Limited), MRVC, RITES (Rail India Technical and Economic Service), NTPC (National Thermal Power Corporation Limited) and many more.
IRICEN Pune
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IRICEN Pune Infrastructure Facilities

In order to conduct various programs the IRICEN Pune providing the infrastructure facilities for the trainee officers.

The following are the facilities of infrastructure provided by IRICEN:

  • Computer Centre
  • Model Room/Museum
  • Mess
  • Facilities of recreation
  • Well stocked technical library
  • Laboratory of material testing
  • Hotels
IRICEN, Pune
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IRICEN, Pune Courses

The following are courses offering by Indian Railways Institute of Civil Engineering, Pune:

  • Firstly, Mechanised Track Maintainance and Renewals
  • Secondly, Maintainance of Track Bridge for Engineers in Bangladesh
  • Thirdly, Rail Wheel Interaction and Derailments
  • Lastly, The IRICEN, Pune will give the training to the IRSE (Indian Railway Service of Engineers) freshers and beginners.