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(iii)  The   procedure   followed   in   the   decision   making   process, including channels of  supervision and accountability;

The procedure followed in the decision making process.

Decision-making involves officers at different levels –

  1. In Central Head Quarter: - Controller General, Chief Controller of Mines, Director (Ore Dressing), Controller of Mines, Chief Mineral Economist, Chief Mining Geologist, Superintending Mineral Economist (Stats.)
  2. In Zonal Offices:- Controller of Mines or Officer in Charge. 
  3. In Regional Offices:- Regional Controller of Mines or Officer in Charge
  4. In Modern Mineral Processing Laboratory, Pilot Plant and Analytical Laboratory: - Chief Ore Dressing Officer, Superintending Officer ( Ore Dressing) or Officer in Charge.
  5. In Regional Ore Dressing laboratories:- Superintending Officer (Ore Dressing) or Officer in Charge.

 SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY

Activity

Accountability

 

Direct

Supervisory

1. Mines Control and Conservation of Minerals Division

i. Inspection of Mines for Administration of MCDR, 1988 and for approval of Mining Plan/Scheme of Mining/Mine Closure Plan & Special Geological Studies

Reg. Controller of Mines

Dy. Controller of Mines

Sr. Asst. Controller of Mines

Asst. Controller of Mines

Asst. Mining Engineer

Senior Mining Geologist

Junior Mining Geologist

Asst. Mining Geologist

Controller General

Chief Controller of Mines

Controller of Mines

Chief Mining Geologist

Supdtg. Mining Geologist

Reg. Mining Geologist

ii. Approval of Mining Plans/Mining     Schemes.

 

Reg. Controller of Mines

Dy. Controller of Mines

 

Chief Controller of Mines

Controller of Mines

Reg. Controller of Mines

iii. Preparation of Mineral Maps  with Forest Overlays

Senior Mining Geologist

Junior Mining Geologist

Asst. Mining Geologist

Chief Mining Geologist

Supdtg. Mining Geologist

2. Ore Dressing Division

i) Pilot Plan/Lab. Scale Ore    Dressing Investigation

Supdtg. Officer  ( Ore Dressing)

Controller General

Director (OD) 

Chief Ore Dressing Officer

ii) Chemical Analysis

Chief Chemist

Director (OD) 

Chief Ore Dressing Officer

iii) Mineralogical       Examination

Supdtg. Officer  ( Ore Dressing)

Director (OD) 

Chief Ore Dressing Officer

3. Technical Consultancy Services (Mining & Geology)

Dy. Controller of Mines

Senior Mining Geologist

Sr. Asst. Controller of Mines

Asst. Controller of Mines

Junior Mining Geologist

Survey Officer

Controller General

Controller of Mines

Reg. Controller of Mines

4. Mining Research

i.   Environmental Studies

ii.  Rock Mechanics

iii. StudiesGround Vibration     Studies

Dy. Controller of Mines

Sr. Asst. Controller of Mines

Asst. Controller of Mines

Senior Mining Geologist

Junior Mining Geologist

Controller General

Controller of Mines

Reg. Controller of Mines

 

 

5. Mineral Economics Division

 i. Quinquennial updating of NMI

Dy. Mineral Economist (I)

Asst. Mineral Economist (I)

Mineral Officer (I)

Controller General

Chief Mineral Economist (I)

Suptdg. Mineral Economist (I)

ii. Indian Minerals Year Book

Dy. Mineral Economist (I)

Asst. Mineral Economist (I)

Chief Mineral Economist (I)

Suptdg. Mineral Economist (I)

iii. Other Technical Publications (Monographs & Bulletins)

Dy. Mineral Economist (I)

/Senior Mining Geologist

Sr. Asst. Controller of Mines

Asst. Controller of Mines

Junior Mining Geologist

Asst. Mining Engineer

Chief Editor

Sr. Editor

Editor

Asst. Editor

Chief Mineral Economist (I)

Reg. Controller of Mines

6. MMS Division

 

Dy Mineral Economist (S)

Asst. Mineral Economist (S)

Senior Statistical Officer

Junior Statistical Officer

Controller General

Dy. Director General (S)

Joint Director(S)/Director(S)

 

7. Training

 

Dy. Ore Dressing Officer

Asst. Mining Engineer

Asst. Mining Geologist

Controller of Mines

Director (Trg.)

8. Administration

 

Head of Office

Chief Administrative Officer

Sr. Administrative Officer

Administrative Officer

Asst. Administrative Officer

Controller General

Controller of Mines (Co-ord)


(iv)  The norms set by it for the discharge of its functions;

NORMS OF THE ACTIVITIES UNDER VARIOUS SCHEMES/PROGRAMMES

Activity

Norms

1. Inspection of Mines for enforcement of provisions of MCDR, 1988 & approval of Mine Plans/ Scheme of Mining/Mine closure plan and Checkup inspections.

 

 

2500 Mines per year

2. Mineral Beneficiation Studies

i) Ore Dressing Investigations

70

ii) Chemical Analysis

50,000

iii) Mineralogical Examination

2300

3. Technical Consultancy Assignments – Mining and Geological    7-8

4. Mining Research

i) Environmental Studies

2 to 3

ii) Rock Mechanics Studies

2 to 3

iii) Ground Vibration Studies

2 to 3

Depends on the requests received from the Mining Industry

5. Preparation of Mineral Maps with forest overlays

100 multi-mineral maps per year.

6. Updation of National Mineral Inventory adopting UNF classification.

Updation once in 5 years.

7. In service training : Imparting Training to IBM Personnel, to Industry and Foreign personnel.

16 various courses per year

8. Release of IBM Technical & Statistical Publications.

1. Indian Minerals Year Book (Yearly)

1 Issue

2. Monthly Statistics Mineral Production (Monthly)

12 Issues

3. Indian Mineral Industry at a Glance (Annual)

1 Issue

4. Statistical Profiles of Minerals (Annual)

1 Issue

5. Updation of Directory of Mines (Yearly Updation)

1 Issue

6. Updation of Directory of Mining Leases (Yearly Updation)

1 Issue

7. Bulletin on Mineral Information (Half Yearly)

2 Issues

8.Bulletin on Mining Leases and Prospecting Licences (Annual)

1 Issue

 

(v) The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions;

(i) Manual for inspection of mines (ii) Manual for mining Geologists (iii) Manual for appraisal for mining plans and mining schemes, etc are available with the office of the Chief Controller of Mines.

(vi) A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control;

Different categories of documents are statutory documents (returns, notices etc), Mining plans/Schemes/ Mine Closure Plans (MCP) etc, published /unpublished reports, confidential documents, etc.

(vii) The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof;

 IBM ADVISORY BOARD

IBM Advisory Board was first constituted in 1981 with a view to strengthening the links between IBM and the various organizations interested in or connected with the functions of IBM and to enable Government to have objective appraisal of the effectiveness of the working of the IBM and of the ways and means by which its utility and effectiveness can be continually enhanced.

Functions of IBM Advisory Board:

  • To review and advise on the programme of work during the coming years.
  • To review and advise on the Annual and Five Year Plan Proposals of Indian Bureau of Mines.
  • To appraise from time to time the work in different areas, done by the Indian Bureau of Mines.
  • To advise on systems of management information & management accounting.
  • To advise on ways and means of making Indian Bureau of Mines functioning more effective.

(viii)     a  statement  of  the  boards,  councils,  committees  and  other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or  the  minutes of  such meetings are accessible for public;

  • Member of Expert Committee of Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) for Environmental Clearance of Mining Projects.
  • Study Group on Revision of Rates of Royalty and Dead Rent.
  • Committee for Review of Taxation Regime for the Mineral Sector
  • Granite Development Council
  • Group on Marble Development
  • Central Geological Programming Board (CGPB) and State Geological Programming Board (SGPB) Meetings.

The minutes of the meeting are circulated to the members of the Committee by the respective Ministry/ Organisations.

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