The country is set to get its first high-speed rail training centre at Gandhinagar.

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  • The centre will provide for advanced training modules on cutting edge technologies.
  •  The construction will begin shortly after the foundation-laying ceremony is held in September,
  • Being constructed over railway land measuring 4,400 metres at an estimated cost of Rs 600 crore, the training centre will have a sample track fitted with the overhead electrical systems to enable testing of bullet trains that will run on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route.
  • While India’s first bullet train is proposed to hit the track in 2023, the training centre is supposed to start operating by 2020.

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