Purely based on the survey on the cleanliness of stations and its analysis, 407 major stations have been ranked in this report by the survey agency to the Ministry of Railways for scrutiny and further action. The final report will be submitted by QCI shortly. After this the Ministry of Railways will take further action for improving the cleanliness standards at major stations of Indian Railways.
According to the report shared by the current Railway Minister of India, Suresh Prabhu on the official Twitter handle of the Ministry of Railways, Jaipur Junction has secured 8th ranking in the list of A1 Category Stations in the country on basis of its cleanliness standards.
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Third Party Audit Report on Station Cleanliness
In the year 2016, Jaipur Junction ranked 51st in the same category of the cleanliness survey report by Ministry of Railways. The railway station of Jaipur – Jaipur Junction has jumped 43 positions to rank 8th in the list this year.
Jaipur station manager Atul Shrivastava acknowledges the contribution of volunteer organisations, school students, passengers and the mechanism cleaning system for this notable improvement in the cleanliness ranking of Jaipur Junction. He also shared that after unlocking this achievement they will aim to secure a place in the top 5 cleanest stations of India.
The top stations in the A1 Category Station this year are: