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Mines & Minerals Development & Regulation (MMDR) Bill 2011

Mines & Minerals Development & Regulation (MMDR) Bill 2011

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Mines & Minerals Development & Regulation (MMDR) Bill 2011
Mines & Minerals Development & Regulation (MMDR) Bill 2011

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CENTRE FOR TECHNO-ECONOMIC MINERAL POLICY OPTIONS (C-TEMPO)
(A REGISTERED SOCIETY UNDER MINISTRY OF MINES, GOVT. OF INDIA)
 NOVEMBER–2011
Mines & MineralsDevelopment & Regulation (MMDR) Bill 2011
The Basic Framework
 
 
About Us:
 
The Centre for Techno Economic Mineral policy Options (C-TEMPO) has been set upunder the aegis of Ministry of Mines, as a think tank to evolve policy options and helpaddress the technology and management gap for non- ferrous minerals.The objective of C-TEMPO is primarily to prepare and present attributable and non-binding techno-economic advice on various issues related to the mineral and miningsector. The aim of the Centre is to facilitate effective interaction between the investors,entrepreneurs, mining industry and the Central and State Governments and evolvepolicy options for stakeholders of the mineral sector.In the centre, a data bank of countries of interest in respect of their geology, mineralresources, export potential, technology etc. is being developed in coordination withIndian Mission abroad of the respective countries. This information will be leveraged tomeet the growing demand of minerals in India to sustain the GDP and also from theview of strategic planning.The Centre is also preparing and presenting Position Papers and studies on varioustechno-economic issues for the consideration of the Government, industry and other stake holders. It also undertakes networking with Industry and Government for coordinated research in the mineral sector.
 
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SectionPage No.
I.Preliminary3II.General Regime of Mineral Concessions5III.Reconnaissance Licence (RL)12IV.Prospecting Licences (HTREL and PL)13V.Mining Lease (ML)17VI.Royalties, Cess and Fees21VII.Mineral Regulation23VIII.Sustainability26IX.Addressing issues of Illegal Mining29X.Scheduled Areas31XI.Minor Minerals33XII.Transition from the old to the new34Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)35

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