- Up to 1,000 Indian engineers will be trained by Japanese experts before work begins on the high-speed rail track system for the Mumbai Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Corridor (MAHSR).
- The bullet train being built between Mumbai and Ahmedabad will use a ballastless slab track system (known as the J slab track system), similar to that used in the Japanese Shinkansen high-speed railway.
- Training for site managers, covers all aspects of track work including track slab fabrication, RC track bed fabrication, reference pin survey and data analysis, slab track installation, CAM installation, rail weld finishing, rail and turnout installation, enclosed arc welding of track There will be 15 different courses to be covered.
- A training facility with three trail lines has been specially created for this purpose at Surat Depot. Presently the training is targeted on the work to be done in 237 km between Vapi and Vadodara.
Qns : Which country will trained Indian engineers before work on the Mumbai Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Corridor (MAHSR) begins?
(A) South Korea
Ans : (D) Japan