Linked with Entry 4 of - (1) These rules may be called the Mineral Conservation and Development Rules, 2017. The Government, however, will be free to utilize the information for general studies without revealing the identity of the firm. 11B. Provided that the Controller General or the Director, Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration and Research or the Chief Controller of Mines, as the case may be, may suspend the operation of the order against which the revision has been preferred, pending disposal of the revision application. - (1) Any power granted under these rules to the Regional Controller may be exercised by the Controller of Mines. - In exercise of the powers conferred by section 18 of the Mines and Minerals (Regulation and Development) Act, 1957 (67 of 1957), and in supersession of the Mineral Conservation Development Rules, 1988, except as respects things done or omitted to be done before such supersession, the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, namely:- This should be sent to the Regional Controller in whose territorial jurisdiction the mineral concession falls as notified from time to time by the Controller General, Indian Bureau of Mines, under rule 66 of the Mineral Conservation Development Rules, 2016. (d) details of mining machinery and copies of all notices and returns, plans, sections and schemes submitted to the authorized officer or the State Government or the Regional Controller under these rules, at an office established in the area where mining or prospecting operations are carried on, and these shall be made available at all reasonable times to the authorised officer, as the case may be, for inspection. Give reasons for increase-decrease in production-nil production, if any, during the month compared to the previous month. Minerals (Evidence of Mineral Contents) Rules, 2015. 169(E), dated 27th February, 2017, Last Updated 14th August, 2019 [act3003], (ii) coal, lignite and sand for stowing; and. Power to issue directions. **Grades of minerals to be reported in the above tables are as given below. - The holder of a mining lease shall send to the authorised officer, as the case may be, and the State Government an intimation in Form C of the Schedule of reopening of a mine after temporary discontinuance, so as to reach them within fifteen days from the date of such reopening. 10C. 53. Reports to be submitted by holder of a reconnaissance permit or prospecting license or prospecting license cum mining lease or any other authorised agency. (2) The State Government or the authorised officer, as the case may be, may, by an order in writing, require the holder of the mineral concession or the agency authorised under the second proviso to sub-section (1) of section 4 to preserve the cores or specimens of rocks and minerals obtained from specific boreholes or shafts in a specific manner or for any specific period or relax the provisions of this rule to such an extent as they may deem fit. Obligation to supply other information, 45. 2. ), In case of reopening, date of discontinuation, (Information will be system generated. Subgrade minerals to be brought to surface. LatestLaws.com Partner Event: ADR ODR International in collab with KD Lex Chambers presents Online Mediation Training Programme from 1st Feb, 2021; Register Now! Prior approval of Central Government to be obtained through State Government. Termination of prospecting licenses or mining leases. (2) The holder of a prospecting license or prospecting license-cum-mining lease shall also allow any authorised officer to inspect any prospecting operations carried on by him including the core logs and samples generated during the prospecting operations. 9 of Form 'H'. Employment of Geologists and Mining Engineers. - (1) Every plan or section prepared or submitted in accordance with the provisions of these rules shall- Linked with Entry 3 of Form 'K'. Plant Name-Storage location, if available, Ore purchased during the month (within the Provisional Assessment and Adjustment. 46. 9. (i) all the lithological units exposed in the area, in the pits, trenches and in any other openings made for prospecting and mining operations showing contact between lithological units; (ii) structural details like strike, dip, fold, fault, plunge of ore body; (iii) location of prospecting pits, trenches, boreholes and any other openings made for prospecting or mining operations; (iv) existing mine workings, dumps, stacks of ore; (v) section lines at regular intervals from one boundary to the other of the lease; (vi) contour at not more than ten metres interval; (vii) exploration limits such as G1, G2, G3 and G4 as per the United Nations Framework Classification; (c) a transverse section or sections of the workings through the shaft or shafts and main adits indicating clearly the strike and dip of the vein, lode, reef, mineral bed or deposit at different points, and such sections of the strata sunk or driven through in the mine or proved by boreholes, as may be available; (d) a longitudinal mine section or sections showing a vertical projection of the mine workings including outlines of all stoped out areas, where a reef, vein, lode or mineral bed or deposit or part thereof has dip exceeding thirty degrees from the horizontal plane: Provided that, with the permission in writing of the competent authority and subject to such conditions as he may specify therein, such sections may be prepared in relation to any other suitable plane; (a) in the case of mining of minerals by the holder of a mining lease, the Regional Controller of Mines may advise the State Government to,-. Government, Copyright © 2016 Chawla Publications (P) Ltd. - Home | About Us | Contact Us, Central Acts and Rules Amended and Updated, Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957. 57. Term loans outstanding (#) (Rs. Form 'K'), (Information will be system generated. (3) No cores or samples generated and preserved as per sub-rule (1) and (2) above shall be destroyed without the prior permission in writing from the Chief Controller of Mines or the State Government or the Director, Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration and Research, as the case may be. (due to strike, lockout, heavy rain, Open cast working. 12. (Regulation and Development) Act, 1957 (67 of 1957), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, namely:— 1. - Mine owners are required to substantiate domestic sale value- FOB value for each grade quoted above with copy of invoices (not to be submitted with the return; to be produced whenever required). - (1) Any person aggrieved by any order made or direction issued under these rules by any authorised officer excepting the State Government, as the case may be, may within thirty days of the communication of such order or direction, apply to the Controller General or the Director, Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration and Research, as the case may be, for a revision of the order or direction: Constitution of a fund under the Trust. Royalty, Rents and Payments made to DMF and NMET (Rs.) Short title and commencement. Transferor (previous owner), if any, and date of transfer: Lease number allotted by the State Government ............................................................ Area for which surface rights are held (hectares), Date and period of renewal (if applicable), In case there is more than one mine in the same lease area, indicate name of mine and mineral produced, Already exploited and abandoned by opencast (O-C) mining, Occupied by plant, buildings, residential, welfare buildings and roads, Work done under progressive mine closure plan during the year, Number of supervisory staff employed at the mine, Other administrative and technical supervisory staff, Indicate reasons for work stoppage in the mine during the year.

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