Blog Entry# 2364361
Posted: Jul 27 2017 (22:40)
Last Response: Jul 29 2017 (09:05)
Jul 27 2017 (22:40)
12049 trip coming soon~ 276 blog posts 2260 correct pred (78% accurate)
Today while I was returning home, my EMU crossed Secundrabad-Howrah Falaknuma Express and I was shocked to see that almost the entire train was covered in ads. Be it sleeper or AC, ads covered every part (except the coach number) and I felt bad because according to me, it spoils the beauty of the trains. So my question to everyone is, should ads be placed on the coaches? Also, I would appreciate it if you comment below and enlighten us with your views
2 posts - Thu Jul 27, 2017
Jul 28 2017 (22:03)
a2z~ 2186 blog posts
When IR is facing financial crisis, it carry 90% of its paxs on subsidied fares.
Already non fare revenue of IR is too low as compared to many other railway systems in world.
It is necessary for IR to increase non fare revenue. Last financial yr there was impressive 75-80% growth and much higher targets have been set in coming years.
Jul 28 2017 (23:40)
shiek kaleem~ 557 blog posts 1 correct pred (25% accurate)
No wrong. In placing ads inside or outside train and stations.this is only way to protect from privitazation.even if privitization takes place companies will do the same to. Make profits.many resources in ir are not utilized
Jul 28 2017 (23:41)
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I think ads can b placed inside the trains.....
Jul 28 2017 (23:45)
12952 नई दिल्ली मुंबई राजधानी द किंग^~ 9703 blog posts 387 correct pred (78% accurate)
When IR is running in loss the beaty is no more important.
Also with the quality ads the train looks more better.
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