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(ix) A directory of its officers and employees &

(x) The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations

CENTRAL HEAD QUARTER 

Sl No.

Name of Officer S/Shri

Designation

Place of Posting

   Pay Band      (in rupees)

Grade Pay

1.

Ranjan Sahai

Controller General 

Nagpur

 

 

2.

K. Thomas

Deputy Director General (Statistics)

Nagpur

 

 

3.

S. Tiu 

Chief Controller of Mines

Nagpur

 

 

4.

Smt. Indira Ravindran

Director (Ore Dressing)

Nagpur

 

 

5.

Dr. Sandhya Lal

Chief Ore Dressing Officer

Nagpur

 

 

6.

Ivan Khess

Controller of Mines (Planning & Coordination)

Nagpur

 

 

7.

S.K. Adhikari

Chief Mining Geologist

Nagpur

 

 

8.

Dr. P.K. Jain

Chief Mineral Economist

Nagpur

 

 

 

 ZONAL/ REGIONAL/ ORE DRESSING LABORATORIES

 CENTRAL ZONE 

Sl. No.

Name of Officer S/Shri

Designation

Place of Posting

Pay Band  (in rupees)

 

Grade Pay

1.

S. Tiu

Controller of Mines

Nagpur

 

 

2.

Arun Prasad

Regional Controller of Mines

Nagpur

 

 

3.

R. Purohit

Regional Controller of Mines

Jabalpur

 

 

4.

B.L. Gurjar

Regional Controller of Mines

Raipur

   

5.

Dr. (Smt.) Sandhya Lal

Chief Ore Dressing Officer

Nagpur

 

 

 

 EAST ZONE 

Sl. No.

Name of Officer S/Shri

Designation

Place of Posting

Pay Band  (in rupees)

 

Grade Pay

1.

S. Tiu

Controller of Mines

Kolkata

 

 

2.

A. Nandi

Regional Controller of Mines

Ranchi

 

 

6.

H. Meena

Regional Controller of Mines

B’neswar

 

 

8.

P.K. Bhattacharjee

Regional Controller of Mines

Guwahati

 

 


NORTH ZONE 

Sl No.

Name of Officer  

S/Shri

Designation

Place of Posting

Pay band (In rupees)

Grade Pay

1.

T.K. Rath

Controller of Mines 

Udaipur

   

2.

B.L. Kotriwala

Regional Controller of Mines

Ajmer

   

3.

K.S. Yadav

Regional Controller of Mines

Gandhinagar

   

4.

P.Gaur

Deputy Controller of Mines

Delhi & Dehradun

   

5.

Dr. Sanjay Kumar

Superintending Chemist & OIC

Ajmer

   

 

SOUTH ZONE 

Sl. No.

Name of Officer S/Shri

Designation

Place of Posting

Pay Band

(In Rupees)

Grade Pay

1.

J.R. Chaudhary

Controller of Mines

Bangalore

 

 

2.

Dr. Y.G. Kale

Regional Controller of Mines

Goa

 

 

3.

Pankaj Kulshreshtha

Regional Controller of Mines

Hyderabad

 

 

4.

G.C. Meena

Regional Controller of Mines

Bangalore

 

 

5.

Jaykrishna Babu Varigonda

Regional Controller of Mines

Chennai

 

 

6.

 

Suptdg. Officer (Ore Dressing) & Officer in charge

Bangalore

 

 

7.

Ravi Kumar

Assistant Mining Geologist & Incharge Sub Regional Office

Nellore

 

 

 

  SUMMARY OF GROUPWISE SANCTIONED POSTS 

GROUPS

SANCTIOINED

FILLED

VACANT

Group ‘A’

244

157

87

Group ‘B’ (Gazetted)

177

127

50

Gouup ‘B’ NG(Tech)

225

188

37

Gouup ‘B’ NG(Ministerial)

137

106

31

Group ‘C’ (Technical)

260

199

61

Group ‘C’ (Ministerial)

434

357

77

TOTAL

1477

1134

343

 

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(xiii) the manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts  allocated  and  the details  of  beneficiaries  of  such programmes   

There are no subsidiary programmes in vogue in IBM. Only concession rates are made available to Mine-owners of ‘B’ category mines for taking up consultancy assignments by IBM. Similarly the Controller General, IBM shall have the discretionary power to charge 50% of that of small mines for chemical analysis to be carried out for academic and medical research in furtherance of Science and Technology and treatment of Critically needy patients.

            Further for mineral development of North-Eastern Region works undertaken by IBM are available free of cost to the Mining Industry of those States.

(xiv)  particulars of recipients of concessions, permits granted by it.

IBM does  not  grant any concession/ permit. 

(xv)  details in respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form 

Earlier, many information used to be held in hard copy. After installation of TMIS database, these are no more maintained in that way. Details of such information are stored in the various databases of IBM. The databases of IBM are mainly classified into two categories depending on the time of their development viz. Mineral Resources Intelligence System (MRIS) and Technical Management Information System (TMIS).  The MRIS database include six database modules viz. National Mineral Inventory (NMI), Mining Lease (ML), Mines CUM Production (MCP), Mineral Consumption (MC), External Trade (ET) and World Mineral Intelligence (WMI) and ML_GIS -a Geographical Information System used for preparation of mineral maps. The TMIS is specially developed to monitor the day to day activity of the MCCM division, the back bone of the IBM as most of the activities are carried through this Division.

(xvi) the  particulars of  facilities available to citizens  for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use    

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