As of the high significance of conveyance channels, most accurate study of strain concentration and dislodgment around them are vital to offer safety of them as copious as possible. Lately, numerous arithmetical approaches such as finite element method (FEM), discrete element method (DEM), finite difference method (FDM) and boundary element method (BEM) have remained used tremendously in ... [Show full abstract] geosciences glitches, however amongst these arithmetical approaches, BEM has been used fewer as compared to others since the computational procedure is not so candid. This article or report proposes the enactment or application of the indirect boundary element method (IBEM) as a preparation of BEM to scrutinize movement around railway tunnel. For this purpose, this tunnel has been exhibited statistically by means of two-dimensional fabricated stress method (TWOFS) procedure. To authenticate the outcomes, they were likened to FEM outcomes as a frequently used arithmetical technique. Outcomes of recent hypothetical study depicts that the existing method using IBEM is judiciously precise and can be used for scrutiny of disarticulation in geosciences glitches. In rock mechanism, for glitches with a little percentage of boundary surface to capacity, FEM is not very well matched and may be burdensome, but use of such a anticipated IBEM method can be predominantly good-looking.