ANNUAL REPORT
2010-2011

INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES
DHANBAD - 826004

CONTENTS
Page No. Prelude Vision Mission Annual Convocation Activities of Indian School of Mines Alumni Association Institute’s Summary 1. 2. ABOUT ISM ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES 2.1 2.2 3. 4. 5. Academic Programmes Research Programmes i ii iii iv v vii 1 3 3 6 9 14 18-191 18 25 45 56 72 83 91 99 108 126 132 136 149 160 174 192 192 217 220 228 236 248 308

STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES PLACEMENT OF STUDENTS DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVITIES 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9 Applied Chemistry Applied Geology Applied Geophysics Applied Mathematics Applied Physics Computer Science & Engineering Electrical Engineering Electronics Engineering Environmental Science & Engineering

5.10 Fuel & Mineral Engineering 5.11 Humanities & Social Sciences 5.12 Management Studies 5.13 Mechanical Engineering & Mining Machinery Engineering 5.14 Mining Engineering 5.15 Petroleum Engineering 6. INSTITUTE-INDUSTRY INTERACTION 6.1 6.2 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Consultancy Services Professional Development Programme

INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES PERSONNEL MEMBERS OF GENERAL COUNCIL, EXECUTIVE BOARD AND FINANCE COMMITTEE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (Annexure – I) AUDIT REPORT (Annexure – II)

Prelude
Indian School of Mines (ISM) was established in 1926 to address the need for trained manpower related to mining activities in the country with disciplines of Mining and Applied Geology. In 1967 it was granted the status of a deemed to be university under Section 3 of UGC Act, 1956. Since its establishment, ISM has undergone considerable expansion of its activities, and presently it can be considered as a total technology education institute. The departments of Petroleum Engineering and Applied Geophysics were established in 1957. The departments of Mechanical Engineering and Mining Machinery Engineering, Fuel and Mineral Engineering, Management Studies, and Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering were added in 1975-1977. The Centre of Mining Environment, the Computer Centre, the Centre of Longwall Mine Mechanisation, and the departments of Applied Chemistry, Applied Physics, and Applied Mathematics were established between 1986 and 1989. The department of Computer Science and Engineering was added in 1997. The expansion of the institute into a total technology institute was further accelerated with the establishment of the Department of Electrical Engineering in the year 2005, the Department of Environmental Science and Engineering in 2006, and the Department of Chemical Engineering in 2010. ISM is always in the forefront in carrying out its academic programmes. Besides imparting knowledge to undergraduate, postgraduate and research-level students it is also undertaking R&D projects, publishing research papers in various national and international journals and seminars, and interacting with the industry in solving its live problems through its consultancy service. The present report contains in a nutshell the academic and related activities of the st st Institute (ISM) for the period 1 April 2010 to 31 March 2011.

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ii . where initiative is nurtured. where intellectual honesty is the norm and from which will emerge the leaders and innovators of tomorrow in the realm of technology.Vision To be a nationally and internationally acclaimed premier institution of higher technical and scientific education with social commitment having an ethos for intellectual excellence. research and scholarship flourish. its goal as one of the premier technology education institution in the country would be to intimately involve itself not just in the technological development of the Nation but indeed in its overall development. where new ideas. While serving as a catalyst in a developing society.

Mission
 To educate and train manpower in various disciplines of engineering and technology, management, applied sciences and applied arts at the graduate, postgraduate and research levels;  To foster the creation of new and relevant technologies in the areas of its core competency and to transfer them to industry for effective utilization;  To participate directly in the planning and solving of engineering and managerial problems of relevance to Indian industry and to society at large;  To develop and conduct continuing education programmes for practicing engineers and managers;  To develop strong collaborative and cooperative links with private and public sector industries and government user departments;  To develop comprehensive and intimate interaction with premier academic and research institutions within the country and abroad for mutual benefit;  To develop programmes for faculty growth and development;  To anticipate the technological needs of the nation, and to plan and prepare to cater to them;  To interact with the community/society at large with a view to inculcate in them a feel for scientific and technological thought and endeavour; and  To develop the region in which the Institute is located through community development programmes including training and education.

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ANNUAL CONVOCATION
The 33 Annual Convocation of the Indian School of Mines was held at Dhanbad on February 21, 2011. The convocation was presided over by Sri P. K. Lahiri, IAS (Retd.), Chairman, General Council and Executive Board of Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad. Dr. Srikumar Banerjee, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission and Secretary to the Government of India, Department of Atomic Energy, was the Chief Guest of the Convocation. Dr. Srikumar Banerjee while delivering the Convocation address gave a brief description of the functional domain of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) and emphasized the importance of geoscientists and mining engineers in the development and growth of the Department of Atomic Energy. He stressed that the first and foremost resolve must be to make India completely self-reliant nation and an economic powerhouse of the world. He clarified that self-reliance means security in terms of food, shelter, education, clean environment and quality healthcare for all the countrymen. He also delved on the present energy scenario of the country and asserted that nuclear energy is a primary source of energy with large growth potential and India must consider nuclear energy as a major alternative. He concluded his address by paying tribute to the great visionary, Dr. Homi Bhabha, and congratulated all the recipients of degrees and medals. Sri P. K. Lahiri, IAS (Retd.), Chairman, General Council and Executive Board of the School also extended his best wishes to the graduating students with an advice that there are opportunities galore in the country and there is no need to look for opportunities beyond the shores. Prof. T. Kumar, Director, Indian School of Mines presented a brief report on academic and other activities of the School and conveyed his heartiest congratulations and best wishes to all the recipients of degrees and medals. In the 33rd Convocation of the School, 363 B.Tech., 60 M.Sc., 39 M.Sc.Tech., 37 M.B.A., 100 M.Tech., 24 M.Phil., and 22 Ph.D. (i.e. a total of 645) degrees were awarded. Indian School of Mines Gold Medals and Silver Medals were given to 31 and 6 students, respectively. Besides, 11 students were given sponsored and other medals. Sri Aditya Kumar Singh, student of B.Tech. (Petroleum Engineering) 2009-2010 batch, was awarded the Best Student Shield of the Institute.
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Activities of Indian School of Mines Alumni Association
Indian School of Mines Alumni Association (ISMAA) organized the 3rd Indian Mineral Congress 2011: Role of CSR (IMC 2011) on the 5th February 2011 at Golden Jubilee Lecture Theater, ISM, in association with Central Institute of Mining and Fuel Research (CIMFR), Indian School of Mines (ISM), Directorate General of Mines Safety (DGMS) and Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL). It is in this light that the congress aimed to facilitate formation of an alliance of CSR initiatives so that such initiatives can be further streamlined, focused and converged to a powerful force of intervention. It was intended to welcome industry experts, policy makers, and professional managers to share information, create knowledge and develop insights on the role of CSR towards reshaping the mineral sector. The deliberations at the one day congress on the theme, 'Turnaround in Mineral Industry: Role of CSR' provided enough food for thought to all the stakeholders of mineral industry in setting up their respective goals. Papers were presented by eminent persons of the country's mineral industry, such as, Padmashree Prof. Harsh Gupta, Prof. B.B. Bhattacharya (Former Director ISM), Shri C.S. Verma (Chairman, SAIL), Shri T.K. Lahiri (Chairman-cumManaging Director, BCCL), Shri N.C. Jha (Acting Chairman, Coal India Ltd.), Shri G.C. Mrig (Managing Director, ACB India Ltd.), Shri U. Kumar (Advisor, Essel Mining & Industries Ltd.), Shri Praveen Chodgadhe (CEO, Maithon Power Ltd.), Shri M.K. Thapar (President, Adani Mining Pvt. Ltd.), Shri Sanjeev Paul (Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Adani Mining Pvt. Ltd.), and Shri Nikhil Chaturvedi (Director, SAP Asia Pvt. Ltd.). More than 150 delegates attended the congress, and more than 20 mining companies and R&D institutes participated in the exhibition. A musical programme by Padmashree Usha Uthup was arranged in the evening at BCCL community centre for the delegates and BCCL officials. During Basant general body meeting of ISMAA, it was decided that the ISM Alumni at New Delhi will take up the matter for establishment of an Alumni House at New Delhi and facilitate the process. Basant Samman 2011 The 'Basant Samman' was presented to the following distinguished teachers and alumni of ISM on the Basant Day, which was celebrated on February 6, 2011.
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Distinguished Alumnus Award 2010 Late Bhaskar Bhattacharjee Memorial Distinguished Alumnus Award was given to two prominent ISM Alumni for their outstanding contribution to the industry.
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Shri Ganesh Chandra Mrig, 1958 (ME) and Managing Director, ACB India Ltd.. Shri S. K. Jha, 1964 (PE) and Chairman, SMP Petromineral Enterprises Ltd..

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Institute's Summary
The significant events and achievements of Indian School of Mines in academic programmes, R&D Activities, continuing education, institute-industry interaction and others during the year 2010-2011 are presented below: Academic Programmes A total of 812 students were admitted to the 1 year of B.Tech., Dual Degree and Integrated M.Sc./M.Sc.(Tech.) courses in various disciplines. The total enrolment in other semesters of B.Tech. was 1157 and in preparatory course was 44. The total enrolment in various Semesters of M.Sc./M.Sc.(Tech.) was 456. At the post-graduate level a total of 217 students were enrolled in the 1st year and 165 in the final year of M.Tech., while 61 students took admission in the 1st year and 47 in the final year of M.B.A. programme. For the doctoral programme 77 students enrolled as Ph.D. full time scholars and 120 registered for part time Ph.D. work. R & D Activities The Institute continued its growth in R & D activities with 81 major on-going R & D projects worth ` 1211.42 lakhs (approx.) during the year. The outcome of the research resulted in the publication of 221 papers in international journals, 58 research papers in national journals while 187 research papers were presented in international seminars and 130 in national seminars. The faculties also had 69 contributions in book writing/book reviews/chapters to books during the year. Continuing Education The expertise of the faculty was sought by many public and private sector organizations by way of short-term and long-term executive development and training programmes. The Institute conducted 19 in-campus and 03 off-campus Professional Development Programmes for the executives of various public sector and private sector companies. The value of earnings from such courses was ` 102.4 lakhs, which was included under consultancy earnings of the institute. Institute-Industry Interaction The Institute made its consultancy services available to the industry by way of solving various problems. During the year 302 consultancy projects were undertaken; its total value was ` 606.84 lakhs.
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The Departments were involved in a wide range of academic, research, consultancy and other extension activities and sustained the growth of the institute, which is presented department-wise in detail. Students' Placement and Co-curricular activities The Training and Placement section maintains active association and excellent rapport with the industry and corporate sector. The students are properly trained and assisted in securing employment through in-campus and off-campus interviews. 463 students were selected through these campus interviews. The institute also organized various co-curricular activities such as NCC, NSS, NSO, and Yoga. Special welfare measures were taken to help academically weak SC/ST students by arranging special classes beyond academic hours and special counseling by teachers. Students were encouraged to manage their campus affairs through the Students' Society in a democratic manner. Computer facilities were expanded in all the departments, offices and hostels. Infrastructural Facilities The Central Library's growing document collection accounts for 89460 books, about 5684 Ph.D. theses and M.Tech./M.Sc.(Tech.) dissertations, and about 34000 journal bound volumes. The CD/DVD collection is more than 1400, which comprises books, abstracts, journals, and teaching aids. During this academic period, 2771 books were added to the library holding. The library has computer facilities like surfing on websites, retrieval of information on internet, e-mail service, and on line retrieval of bibliographical information of documents from in-house database. The Computer Centre supports campus wide fibre optic LAN (2500 nodes) that connects all the academic departments/centres, central library, hostels and administrative sections. Internet access is provided to all the users through the link provided by BSNL under the project NMEICT of the Government of India. The Central Workshop has a wide range of manufacturing facilities with sophisticated equipment and has been imparting practical training to undergraduate engineering students. As in the past, this year also the Sports and Physical Education Centre organized various sports activities including ISM Annual Sports. The Health Centre of the Institute takes medical care of the entire ISM facility.

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New Delhi.03 lakhs including adjustment/advances to supplier and depreciation on fixed assets under plan. and the opening balance of ` 699.18 lakhs. The total non . Financial Statements Non-Plan The total income of ISM was ` 4. The receipts under R & D projects was ` 497.97 lakhs was transferred to endowment fund account. Hindi workshops. and the total payment against consultancy services was Rs. 324. Plan The total plan income was Rs. and ensured progressive use of Hindi in day-to-day official work.38 lakhs and the payment against R & D Project was ` 275.plan expenditure was ` 5095. The total plan expenditure was ` 1665.65 lakhs. MHRD. Net addition to advances to suppliers/contractor was ` 7270.91 lakhs.08 lakhs. New Delhi.A separate SC/ST cell is functioning under the Establishment Section to effectively implement the reservation policy of the Government of India. A surplus of ` 27.in .14 lakhs.418. which includes irrevocable non-plan grantsin-aid of ` 3347.35 lakhs. MHRD. An officer of the rank of Assistant Registrar is looking after the activities of the cell. Consultancy and R & D Projects The total receipts from various consultancy services was ` 555. The Hindi Cell organized meetings of official language implementation committee.00 lakhs from GOI. which includes irrevocable plan grant-in-aid of ` 8900. ix .11 lakhs and capital expenditure under Non-Plan was ` 73.00 lakhs from the Government of India. 8935.67 lakhs of grants .aid.11 lakhs under plan during the year.

fertilizer plants. and humanities and social sciences. environmental sciences and engineering. Present scenario ISM caters to the human resource needs of the nation in the areas of mining. and the general work of the University commenced on the 10th December 1926 in its premises at Dhanbad with Dr. the parliament and the academia. ISM was granted autonomy by the Government of India. The University celebrated Golden Jubilee in 1976. the then President of India. health centre. electronics engineering. The Institute is about three kilometers to the north of Dhanbad railway station. applied sciences. On the completion of the first 25 years of its existence the Silver Jubilee celebrations were inaugurated by Dr. D. the province of Jharkhand and its surroundings are unrivalled in their variety of geological formations. It has 88-hectare residential campus of its own consisting of graceful blend of old and new style buildings. mineral engineering and earth sciences besides developing manpower in the related disciplines of management. computer science and engineering. which gave a fresh fillip to this Institution. The serene campus comprises academic buildings. Rajendra Prasad. and the maximum and minimum temperatures are around 40° and 7°C respectively. faculty and staff quarters. the altitude of the place is 212 m above MSL. For training in Earth Sciences. The locational advantage of ISM is that it is situated at the core of the industrial base of the region which hosts a number of coal mines. the average rainfall is around 148 cm. steel plants. Diamond Jubilee in 1986 and Platinum Jubilee in 2001. refractory industries. mechanical engineering.1. petroleum. In due recognition of its vital role in the service of the nation. electrical engineering. students' hostels. 1 . in the multiplicity of structural and field characteristics and also in the diversity and richness of the metallic and non-metallic mineral resources. and heavy machine building plant. workshop. members to which are drawn from various industrial and governmental institutes.0 About ISM The Indian School of Mines was formally opened by His Excellency the Viceroy Lord Irwin on the 9th December 1926. Penman as its first principal. mining machinery. The Institute is located at Dhanbad to facilitate the mining education in proximity with the mining industry. canteen and other infrastructural facilities for a cosmopolitan community. It has a general council.

The Institute has sixteen departments and 184 faculty members as on 31-03-2010. A list of the departments is stated below: Department Department of Applied Geology Department of Mining Engineering Department of Humanities and Social Sciences Department of Applied Geophysics Department of Petroleum Engineering Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mining Machinery Engineering Department of Fuel and Mineral Engineering Department of Management Studies (erstwhile Industrial Engineering and Management) Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Department of Applied Chemistry Department of Applied Physics Department of Applied Mathematics Department of Computer Science and Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering Department of Environment Science and Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering 2 Year of establishment 1926 1926 1926 1957 1957 1975 1976 1976 1977 1989 1989 1989 1997 2005 2007 2010 .

Mineral Engineering & Material Technology. 0 ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES 2.Tech. Environmental Science & Engineering.Sc. Apart from these. Electrical Engineering. degrees are done though all-India level examinations and personal interviews. and Integrated courses is through IIT-JEE. Applied Physics. (post 10+2) programmes in Mining Engineering. Programme during 2010-2011 Sem ME PE 103 110 73 73 65 MM MLE CSE EE 39 25 14 15 13 60 41 30 29 22 MECH ENV ELECT Total SC 103 98 71 45 46 260 62 35 22 22 13 92 92 96 53 33 32 767 683 470 375 312 44 114 156 42 22 334 ST OBC Girl Sanctioned 120 Strength 94 79 69 48 38 234 94 86 61 49 44 334 I III V VII Prep Total 113 77 61 39 59 91 30 11 43 234 206 99 20 00 01 327 38 32 21 05 06 101 290 321 67 122 214 1884 3 . Computer Science & Engineering. Mineral Engineering. Admissions to a number of post-graduation courses leading to award of M.B.Tech. and physically handicapped candidates.) degree in Applied Geology and Applied Geophysics and 2-years M. the institute also offers 3-years Masters programmes leading to M.D..Phil.Sc. and Chemical Engineering. Scheduled Tribe. (Tech. Mining Machinery Engineering. and two 5-years integrated M.Sc.. Seats in these courses are reserved for Scheduled Caste. Mineral Engineering with Material Resource Management.Tech. Tech. programme is reserved for female students. Admission to these B.)/M.Tech. Dual Degree. Applied Chemistry.B. M. Electronics Engineering.) in Applied Geology and Applied Geophysics.1 ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES ISM offers ten 4-years B. M. in Applied Physics. One seat in each M. degree programmes in Applied Chemistry.Sc.A. Admission to all these programmes is through all-India competitive examination. and Mathematics & Computing. three 5-years integrated M. in Mining Engineering and Petroleum Engineering/Petroleum Management. Total Student Strength in B.(Tech. and Ph. M. OBC..2.(Tech. Mathematics & Computing.Sc. Petroleum Engineering. Mechanical Engineering... and wards of J&K migrants and Defence Personnel as per GOI norms.A. five 5years Dual Degree programmes in Mining Engineering with M.Sc.

M.) (Applied Geophysics) Total Sanctioned Strength Total SC ST OBC Girl 10 (01PD) 06 07 12 12 06 04 12 04 09 04 98 44 44 27 44 62 44 30 22 45 62 36 18 35 42 51 31 40 07 (01G) 03 (G) 13 (03G) 12 (01PD) 01 02 01 00 07 04 07 (01G) 04 (01G) 12 (04G) 05 (01G) 02 (01G) 07 (01G) 05 (01G) 02 (01G) 07 (01G) 00 02 06 09 (01G) 54 01(G) 04 (02G) 01 02 01 22 06 11 11 92 05 (02G) 03 (01G) 07 (03G) 05 (01G) 02 (01G) 03 (01G) 115 4 456 . 5.Tech inMining Engg Petroleum Engg/ Petroleum Management Total Sanctioned Strength Ist IIIrd Vth VIIth IXth Total SC ST OBC Girl 11 11 07 05 13 12 08 08 09 06 07 06 10 11 06 07 18 13 10 10 61 53 38 36 08 09 06 05 09 37 42 50 34 39 60 00 01(G) 04 04 03 03 01 01 01 05 02 02 02 18 02 00 01 00 01 04 18 18 18 18 18 90 03 01(G) 08 225 13 Total Student Strength in 5 year Integrated Programme during 2010-2011 Sl No.) (Applied Geology) I sem. 5. 2. 3. (Tech. 2. (Math & Computing) I sem.Sc. Discipline Mineral Engg & Material Technology Mining Engg with MBA Mineral Engg with Material Resource Management Mining Engg with M. Discipline I sem.Sc. (Applied Physics) III sem. 4.) ( Applied Geology) III sem. (Applied Physics) I sem.) (Applied Geophysics) III sem M. M. 4.) Programme during 2010-2011 Sl No.Total Student Strength in 5 year Dual Degree Programme during 2010-2011 Sl No. 12. 2.Sc.(Tech. ( Math & Computing) III sem.Sc. 7. (Tech.Sc. 1.Sc. Discipline Sanctioned Strength Ist 08 11 13 20 16 68 IIIrd Vth VIIth IXth Total SC 10 08 10 13 12 53 08 08 09 13 10 48 03 06 08 08 14 39 03 00 09 03 07 22 32 49 57 59 230 03 02 04 15 ST OBC Girl 00 00 00 02 00 01 01 02 05 03 02 03 02 01 11 Applied Physics (MSc) Chemistry (MSc) Mathematics & Computing (MSc) Applied Geology (MScTech) Applied Geo-Physics (MSc Tech) Total 31 31 31 31 31 155 33 03(01G) 00 03 02(01G) 01 Total Student Strength in M. (Tech. 1. 3.Sc. (Applied Chemistry) I sem M. (Tech. 3. M. M. M.Sc. M. 11.) (Applied Geology) V sem.Sc. 10. 9.Sc. 6.(Tech. 1.) (Applied Geophysics) V sem.Sc./M. M. 4. 8.Sc. M.Sc. M. 5. (Tech. M.Sc. (Applied Chemistry) III sem.

Phil. Mineral Engg. Engg. (English) TOTAL I Semester Total SC 29 18 20 24 18 11 08 12 20 10 15 06 00 00 00 00 08 08 10 04 03 03 04 01 03 01 02 02 02 02 02 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 29 ST OBC Girl Spons. Programme during 2010-2011 Semester I III Total Sanctioned Strength Sanctioned Strength Total 61 47 108 SC 09 08 17 ST 05 01 06 OBC 17 08 25 Girl 13 16 29 62 Total Students Strength in M. Fuel Engineering Mining Machinery Engg. Programme during 2010-2011 Total PhD (Full Time) PhD (Part Time) Total 77 120 197 SC 12 00 12 5 ST 03 00 03 OBC 13 00 13 Girl 22 12 34 .2011 Discipline Computer Application Petroleum Engineering Environmental Sc. (Applied Physics) M. & Engg.B.Tech.A. Total SC 02 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 02 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 04 10 07 06 08 02 01 00 04 05 02 03 00 00 00 00 00 02 02 00 52 07 00 04 04 06 02 02 02 02 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 04 08 42 01 00 01 00 00 00 00 02 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 04 23 15 13 17 19 11 00 08 12 04 07 07 08 07 08 06 00 00 00 165 03 03 02 01 03 03 00 01 01 00 00 01 01 00 00 01 00 00 00 20 III Semester ST OBC Girl Spons.Total Student Strength in M. (Applied Math) M. & Management 25 421 217 Total Student Strength in Ph. & Tribology Electronics & Comm. Engg. Geomatics Engineering Geology Clean Coal Energy Technology Bio. Petroleum Exploration Mineral Exploration Maint.Phil. Under Ground Space Tech. Programmes during 2010. / M.Phil.Phil. 02 00 01 00 00 01 00 00 00 01 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 06 03 07 01 03 06 04 00 02 03 01 02 01 03 03 02 02 00 00 00 43 07 00 02 03 04 02 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 01 00 00 00 00 19 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 01 34 25 31 31 19 25 14 31 16 25 14 14 18 23 23 14 14 25 Industrial Engg.Mineral Processing M.D.

S. Applied Mathematics Dr. Under the research programme 1 D. Venkatesh Dr. Singh . Applied Geology 3. GM (Geology). S.D. Srikumar Banerjee Address Department of Atomic Energy Chairman. degrees were awarded during 2010-11.Sc.2. Asokan. Tata Steel. S. Applied Mathematics Prof. Applied Mathematics Prof. scholars through approved research centres. Laik Prof. The following list provides a detailed account of the research degrees awarded during 2010-11: Doctor of Science (D. Jamshedpur 2. A. N.) (Honoris Causa) Person Dr. Atomic Energy Commission & Secretary to the Government of India Ph. N. eastern India with emphasis on metallogenetic controls and exploration (Rajendra Kumar Upadhyay) Multi criteria optimization using fuzzy programming approach and genetic algorithm approach (Ananya Chakroborty) Transport analysis of contaminants through unsteady groundwater flow in aquifer (Premlata Singh) Study of some problems of seismic waves in elastic medium (Pato Kumari) Some estimation techniques on successive occasions (Jaishree Prabha Karna) 6 Faculty Applied Chemistry Internal Guide(s) Prof. Singh 5. Degrees Awarded Research Topic (Scholar) 1. Mishra Prof.D. A. Chattopadhyay Dr. Applied Mathematics Prof. and 22 Ph.D. G. M.Sc. Studies of kinetics and morphology of natural gas hydrate nucleation (Anil Kumar) Ore geological aspects of iron and manganese mineralization in Joda-Khond Bond region. K. A. Kalyan Chatterjee 4. M.2 RESEARCH PROGRAMMES ISM continues to support increasing level of research activities in regular academic curricula leading to the award of research degrees. the feature being external registration of Ph. Chattopadhyay 6.

Applied Mathematics Applied Mathematics Prof.7. Preparation. P. Assessment of airborne asbestos fibres in work environment of asbestos mines and processing plants in Indian scenario and its mitigation measure (Birendra Prasad Sinha) Applied Mathematics Prof. Jairam Manam Computer Science Computer Science & Engineering Prof. Mallick) 15. A. Development of quality management strategies for technical institutes in India – a study of select technical institutes (Anamika Kumari) 11. Pal Prof. P. Seth 8. Shishir Gupta 10. A. K. G. Jana Prof.) 9. secure e-mail messaging and e-business (Sachin Tripathi) 16. Design of parallel algorithms and architecture for numeric and non-numeric problems (Dheeresh K. Study of some problems on seismic wave propagation (Vikash Kumar Sharma) 12. K. Prof. Biswas Environmental Science & Engineering Prof. Nirala Applied Physics Prof. G. S. Biomedical applications of optical diagnostic technique and Monte Carlo simulation (Sulekha Kumari) 13. P. (Retd. Gurdeep Singh Shri Babu Rao 7 . Some enhancements on internet applications with emphasis on multicasting. Dey. S. Theoretical study of hydromagnetic flow of a viscous incompressible electrically conducting fluid in non-rotating and rotating media (Md. Chattopadhyay Prof. Sharifuddin Ansari) A study of wave propagation in an initially stressed non-homogeneous anisotropic medium (Angira Kumar Pathak) Mathematical modelling for propagation of seismic waves in layered media (Santimoy Kundu) Applied Mathematics Prof. Chandan Bhar Applied Mathematics Applied Physics Prof. characterization and luminescence properties of undoped and doped alkaline earth sulphate phosphors (Subrata Das) 14. C. Prof.

P. N. R. A study of management strategies for energy conservation of Indian oil & gas sector (Sanjay Ghoshal) 20. P. Sharma 8 . V.17. K. Performance analysis in managing a supply chain with a case from process industry (Binay Kumar) 18. H. E-governance for effective public systems management – a study of select Indian cases (Anurag Kumar Sinha) Management Prof. J. Padmanabhan Prof. Pramod Pathak Shri Ashish Sanyal 21. Kampan Mukherjee Management Dr. Venugopal Dr. Investigations on development of polyacrylamide based gel systems for profile Petroleum modification for improving oil recovery in Engineering oil fields (Uday Prasad Sharma) Prof. Pramod Pathak Dr. Pattanayak Management Prof. Developing an activity based management model for higher educational institutions – a study of select Indian cases (Bibhas Chandra) 19. Studies on recovery of tungsten minerals from finely disseminated low grade ores using fine Mineral Engineering particle processing (Konduri Srinivas) 22. C. Satyanarayana Management Dr.

V. CSLS presided over the function. Basu. Vishal Kaushal. V. T.3. Anuradha. This event provided a platform for those students.R.'A voice of ISM': ISM Idol was an eastern singing competition and it was organized on 25th January 2011 in association with 'PRATIBIMB2K11' at Penman Auditorium. the first Education Minister of India. who love singing. A. a famous dance and singing teacher of Dhanbad. Kumar. It was performed in the benign presence of Prof. 11 has been declared as the National Education Day from the year 2008. S. President. The talk was delivered by Mr. Prof. Laik (Dean. The CSLS celebrated the national education day by conducting competitions. The play received accolades from teachers and students alike. T. b) c) d) 9 . Director. enjoyable and filled with energy. Seminar on 'Will power to Excel': A seminar on 'WILL POWER TO EXCEL' was th organized on 30 October. R&D). It is excellent. 2010 at Penman Auditorium. a renowned scholar and a seasoned educationist. Students of ISM as well as from other Schools of Dhanbad took part in the competitions. Extempore. Quiz competition and Essay writing competition. Smt. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. Murthy. STUDENTS' ACTIVITIES CSLS All the events under CSLS in the session 2010-11 were informative. Murthy (President.M. Prof. a freedom fighter. It marks the birth anniversary of Hon.S. ISM opined: “I am surprised to see so many good paintings of the ISM students and School students of Dhanbad. which is the main aim of education.0 I.S. Kumar. Director. R. Venugopal (Dean. Chairman. Art Exhibition (TULIKA). The talk was based on the various obstacles that come in one's way of success and the means to combat it. 'The mail order bride' was brilliantly enacted by the members of the Dramatics Club of CSLS. Impressed by the art exhibition. A brief description of the same is given below: a) Drama Weekend: A long play was performed at GJLT on 25th and 26th of September 2010. Various students of ISM took part in this event and made the audience sway on their feet. CSLS) and Prof. Vedic Oasis for Inspiration. Venugopal (Dean. Students' Welfare) and Prof. Prof. The play entitled. R&D) graced the occasion. such as. Prof. These activities were organized to encourage the all round development of students. Celebration of National Education Day: November.M. R. Prof. I wish that such efforts should be encouraged in future too.” ISM IDOL . judged the event. Culture and Education (VOICE).R. ISM. This event was organized in search of the best voice of ISM.

The performance were held in the GJLT to a packed audience OOORJA 3. All the events planned and organized were due to the dedicated effort of a team of students under the stewardship of Mr. It featured performances by artists from the renowned Pandit Rajan Sajan Mishra. cultural activities and groom artistic capabilities of students. The play was a satire on the educational system. It was well received by the audience. presentation skills. Hindustan Times. Avinash Tripathi. 'Techkriti' of IIT Kanpur. 2010. CSLS did a commendable job in this academic session. Secretary. Apart from this. Skit on the occasion of Scolomin get-together: A skit was performed by Abhay Dramatics Club of CSLS. CSLS activities have regularly been applauded by various newspapers like Telegraph.0: ISM Music Society organized the third edition of inter college rock band competition from 15th to 16th January. Prabhat Khabar. The st Dramatics Club of CSLS bagged the 1 prize for an English play in ALLAHABAD NATYA SANGH competition. the students also participated in events. The play entitled. 'Antaragini'. It was delivered by the teachers from a reputed group. Participation outside ISM: In this session a large number of students of ISM participated in inter collegiate activities and also won prizes in some segments. Ajmer and 'Engineer-2010' of NITK Suratkal. 'The Refund' was performed on 21st March 2011. drawing. 'First Step'. 'Dramatics Club' and 'Literary Club'. CSLS also initiated two clubs namely 'Techpreneur Club' and 'Art Club' and continued three clubs 'Dance Club'. Dainik Jagran. Kolkata. The event featured bands from all over Eastern India as well as a guest performance by a renowned st th b) 10 . inspiring students and delivering appreciable performance. Moreover. 2011 at LHC-OAT.e) Workshop on Power Yoga (Pilates): A workshop on power yoga was organized on rd th the 3 and 4 of March in association with SRIJAN-2K11 at Penman Auditorium. Various workshops on Robotics. and Times of India. Pilates (Power Yoga) helps in increasing concentration power and is also a body fitness programme. f) g) h) II. 'Mood indigo' of IIT Bombay. As a society formed to foster spirit of scientific thought. such as. '2nd International youth festival of MDSU'. CSLS. a) ISM MUSIC SOCIETY SPIC MACAY: The 1 event of the session was held on 29 September. and dancing were regularly organized by ISM students. Club Activities: Apart from organizing events and outside participation.

14. best bassist and best vocalist being handsomely rewarded. Lahiri in presence of Director. 2011): This workshop mainly attracted the students of Mechanical Engineering (and other core branches).16. practice sessions. All such events were selected that benefited the students of all the branches of the School. Dhanbad was actively involved in creating Cyber awareness among the students of the institute through various events during the academic session 2010-11. moulded. C Programming Workshop (Jan. 15 . Workshop on Image Processing/Computer Vision (Jan. K. 2011): This workshop was one of the first of its kind. structures. The students were also exposed to programming in assembly language.Delhi-based band. c) All members of ISM Music Society actively participated in the different events of Srijan. Shri P. The students were exposed to the idea and the concept of Image Processing as a powerful tool for vision based problems. Workshop on CATIA/AUTOCAD (Jan. and application of simple data structures like arrays. 2011): The workshop involved discussion on microcontrollers. The Cyber Society of Indian School of Mines. were inaugurated by Chairman GC and EB. forged or tooling parts up to the definition of mechanical assemblies. Kumar and other dignitaries. CYBER SOCIETY d) e) III. The winners were awarded in cash and kind with the best band. 2011): This workshop was conducted mainly for the first year students. a) Workshop on Autonomous Robotics (Jan. The society provided the students a wonderful platform for mutual learning and discussions led by the senior students. CATIA enables the creation of 3D parts. The same are being extensively used by the students for practice sessions and different musical events. T. best drummer. This helped in forming a strongly connected network among the students for knowledge exchange and discussions. 13 . 11 . music classes. The new premises of ISM Music Society behind Diamond Hostel with ample space for small cultural functions. from 3D sketches.12. New musical instruments and electronic aids worth several lakhs of Rupees were purchased. It involved discussions about various programming constructs. Prof. sheet metal.18. composites. It also involved a demonstration of some of the common autonomous robots. sensors and their application in autonomous robotics. 17 . The students were taught how to use the 11 b) c) d) . and linked lists. etc. It attracted more than 100 students.

and Object Tracking. The event was judged by Ms. and winners were awarded cash prizes and Certificates of Appreciation. the Sangh organized various events to fulfill its objective of promoting the usage of our national language 'Hindi'. 2. The workshop focussed some of the trivial problems of Computer Vision like Background Subtraction. PHOTOGRAPHY SOCIETY The society screened the movie 'SONG OF LIFE' made by an ISM alumni. events like 'Kavya Rachna'. V. CHAYANIKA SOCIETY IV. Pathak. Under this. Chaynika Sangh. Somprakash Bandyopadhyay of Management Information Systems. A weeklong workshop on digital photography was conducted by Creative Future Film and Television Institute. K. The lecture was followed by a demonstration of the toolkits (like Wireless Explore Kit (IEEE 802. P. A field trip to Khandoli was also arranged as a part of the programme.Image Processing Toolbox in Matlab 7. The event was judged by Prof. The lecture discussed 'Pervasive Communication & Computing: Current Trend and Research'. The lecture was delivered by Prof. and participants were encouraged by distributing Certificates of Appreciation. e) Guest Lecture on Wireless Sensor Networks (Feb. Under the guidance of Dr. The winners were awarded. Sadhu of Electrical Engineering Department of ISM. In the month of February 2011 Hindi Poetry Recitation was conducted at a small scale. S. Siuli Roy. 12 . Kolkata. In the month of October 2010 Sangh organized a dramatic event 'Abhivyakti' where small plays based on various sensitive social issues such as Farmer Suicides. Hindi Adhikari of ISM. The 2010-11 session took off with the most important event 'Hindi Pakhwara 2010' in the month of July.6.15. K. Kaur. P. IIM Kolkata.4) & Wireless Sensor Network Application Development Kit) by Dr. A photographic competition was organized for 'Pratibimb' on 08-02-2011. President. It aimed at improved and fluent usage of Hindi language. This workshop comprised of 7 long lectures from professionals in the field of photography. Unemployment and Female Education were presented in Hindi. 'Nibandh Lekhan' and 'VaadVivaad Pratiyogita' were organized to increase the proficient usage of Hindi. 3. 26. 2011): This event attracted more than 200 students from all the branches. 1.

after the inauguration ceremony on the 2 of March. 13 . The events sparkled with the astonishing performances from the students of ISM as well as the participants from various corners of the country. SRIJAN 2011 The annual cultural-cum-Technical Festival of Indian School of Mines was successfully organized from 3rd to 5th of March 2011. Business quiz. This was followed by the heart stopping performance by Hard Kaur. Management events: To test the organizational and management skills of the students various events like ADMAD. It brought together eminent scientists. who shot to fame as a CANADA based Punjabi rapper. to strengthen the robotics skills of the students a workshop on Satellite Robotics was conducted by ROBOSAPIENS. The event concluded with the mindblowing performance of Javed Ali and his troop. Also. The momentum continued on rd the 3 of March with the tech-buffs banging their heads for the Asia's best rock band Motherjane. Technical Events: The fest became a perfect platform for the growing tech-buddies to showcase their technical skills. also witnessed a huge participation. were organized. Apart from that the event was enlightened by the visit of Chetan Bhagat. science quiz. the thumping life into fusion nd music. 'Khamoshi' (mime). technocrats as well as artists from round the globe. A wide variety of technical events were conducted ranging from case study to the overnight robotics. 'Footloose' (dance). virtual stock money competition. aqua robotics. 'Avalanche' (Rock-band). Other events like paper presentation. autonomous robotics. Cultural Events: The fest included a slew of cultural and entertainment programmes such as 'Sur Sangram' (eastern vocals). Srijan struck the perfect balance of inculcating a scientific perspective and fostering a respect for our culture amongst the students. B-Plan etc. The renowned quizmaster Mr. This edition of Srijan organised a plethora of events to test the cultural and techno-management skills of youth from all over the country. and 'Rang Manch' (histrionics).VI. Gautam Bose from Greycells was invited to conduct the quiz contest. Cultural Nights: The 2011 edition of Srijan took off with the band 'BANDISH'. coding decoding etc.

Tech. Programmes Year 2006-07 Total Strength Campus Placement Placement after the course completion No Information % of selected students --97 218 212 2007-08 213 211 02 --100 2008-09 223 197 08 18 92 2009-10 363 339 05 19 95 2010-11 311 289 NA NA 93 Dual Degree Programmes Year 2006-07 Total Strength Campus Placement Placement after the course completion No Information % of selected students NA NA NA NA NA 2007-08 NA NA NA NA NA 2008-09 NA NA NA NA NA 2009-10 NA NA NA NA NA 2010-11 37 30 NA NA 81 14 . A comparative statement of the students selected during the last four years is as under: COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE LAST FIVE YEARS B.0 PLACEMENT OF STUDENTS The Training & Placement Section maintains active association and excellent contacts with the industry and corporate sector. The students are properly trained and assisted in securing job through in-campus and off-campus interviews.4.

Tech. Programmes Year 2006-07 Total Strength Campus Placement Placement after the course completion No Information % of selected students NA NA NA NA NA 2007-08 NA NA NA NA NA 2008-09 NA NA NA NA NA 2009-10 NA NA NA NA NA 2010-11 12 09 NA NA 75 Integrated M.(Tech.Sc.Sc.Integrated M.) Programmes Year 2006-07 Total Strength Campus Placement Placement after the course completion No Information % of selected students NA NA NA NA NA 2007-08 NA NA NA NA NA 2008-09 NA NA NA NA NA 2009-10 NA NA NA NA NA 2010-11 10 05 NA NA 50 M. Programmes Year 2006-07 Total Strength Campus Placement Placement after the course completion No Information % of selected students 27 25 ----93 15 2007-08 43 40 03 --100 2008-09 60 42 01 17 72 2009-10 39 30 08 01 97 2010-11 71 44 ----62 .Sc.

Sc. Tech. Programmes Year 2006-07 Total Strength Campus Placement Placement after the course completion No Information % of selected students 30 16 ----53 2007-08 72 24 41 07 90 2008-09 46 13 26 07 85 2009-10 60 07 33 20 67 2010-11 80 10 NA --13 M. Programmes Year 2006-07 Total Strength Campus Placement Placement after the course completion No Information % of selected students 40 31 ----78 2007-08 72 40 31 01 99 2008-09 88 16 48 24 73 2009-10 99 24 47 28 72 2010-11 157 56 NA --36 MBA Programmes Year 2006-07 Total Strength Campus Placement Placement after the course completion No Information % of selected students 27 24 ----89 16 2007-08 42 37 05 --100 2008-09 31 13 09 09 71 2009-10 36 15 00 21 42 2010-11 41 20 NA --49 .M.

M. Phil. Programmes Year 2006-07 Total Strength Campus Placement Placement after the course completion No Information % of selected students NA ------00 2007-08 NA ------00 2008-09 NA ------00 2009-10 25 01 ----04 2010-11 26 00 NA --00 GRAND TOTAL Year 2006-07 Total Strength Campus Placement % of selected students 342 308 90 2007-08 442 434 98 2008-09 448 373 83 2009-10 622 416 67 2010-11 745 463 62 17 .

2011 IIT. Sc.5.. UV-Vis spectrophotometer.1. 13 papers were presented in international seminars/conferences and 3 papers were presented in national conferences/seminars. applied chemistry and Ph.E. Recently two of the M. (M. M.)(01 student) 6th Semester Int. South Korea) for their M.)(01 student) 6th Semester Int. South Korea 31 Jan. I.Sc. Sc.Sc. 5.Sc.1 FIELD VISITS/EXCURSIONS/TRAINING PROGRAMME UNDERTAKEN BY STUDENTS Particulars Project Batch of students 6th Semester Int. Madras 10th May to 10th July 2010 Project 18 . out of which 5 projects worth Rs. summer project and a number of other students went to different leading Institutes in India like IITs. Period of visit 9th June to 9 August 2010 th Project 10th Dec.0 DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVITIES 5. (M. FTIR. In addition. GC. chemistry. computer controlled potentiostat and electrochemical workstation.)(01 student) Place of visit Mississippi State University. / Applied Sciences since 1926. students went abroad (Mississippi State University. 90. Fuel & Metallurgy / Chemistry. 2 year M. Phil. Fuel and Mineral Engg. DSC. D. USA and Seoul National University. Presently the Department has 7 externally funded on-going R&D projects worth Rs.0 lakhs. Sc. 2010 to Seoul National st University. who are credited with 11 publications in reputed international journals and one publication in national journal in the current year. Sc. (M. 82 lakhs were granted during the current year. The Department has 12 faculty members. Three of the faculty members went abroad to present papers in conferences. The Department offers 4 academic programmes: 5 year integrated M. chemistry. The Department is well equipped with state-off-art instruments such as SEM and EDS. USA. The chemistry section existed prior to that as a part of the Department of Chemistry. NCL and ISI for training/projects.1 APPLIED CHEMISTRY The Department of Applied Chemistry was established as a separate Department in the year 1989.

(M. 2nd Semester (04 students) M. Shibpur Project IIT. Kolkata IPCL. (M.)(01 student) 6th Semester Int. Sc.)(01 student) M. Kolkata Project SAPL. 2nd Semester (01 student) M. Durgapur Project Project Project 19 .)(01 student) 6th Semester Int.Sc. Sc. Kolkata Tata Steel (R&D). Sc. Bhavnagar Project Project BESU. 2nd Semester (02 students) M. 2nd Semester (02 students) M. (M. Gujarat Project Project Chem Biotech. Haldia Project IISER. 2nd Semester (02 students) M. Sc. 2nd Semester (02 students) M. 2011 10th May to 10th July 2010 16th May to 11th July 2010 1st May to 30th June 2010 10th May to 10th July 2010 10th May to 10th July 2010 10th May to 10th July 2010 10th May to 10th July 2010 10th May to 10th July 2010 10th May to 10th July 2010 10th May to 10th July 2010 10th May to 10th July 2010 10th May to 10th July 2010 10th May to 10th July 2010 10th May to 10th July 2010 Project ISI. 2nd Semester (04 students) M. Sc. Sc. Jamshedpur University of Allahabad NIT. Kolkata Project IISER. Sc. Sc.Sc. 2nd Semester (02 students) M. Madras Project IACS. 2010 to 3rd Jan. 2nd Semester (03 students) ONGC. Dehradun 7th Dec. (M. 2nd Semester (02 students) M.Project 6th Semester Int.Sc. Kharagpur Project IIT. Sc. Mohali CSMCRI. Sc. 2nd Semester (03 students) M.)(01 student) 6th Semester Int. Sc.Sc.

2 BRIEF LIST OF ON-GOING R&D PROJECTS (PROJECT VALUE Rs. New Delhi Dr.10. Dr.1. P.2014 Development of the nanocomposite is going on.75 Lakhs 21.2013 Ongoing Synthesis is going on Amphoteric xanthan--industrial wastewater DST.5.92 Lakhs Sponsoring Project Date of Coordinator(s) Agency Value (lakhs) Commencement Objective Findings To develop organic-inorganic hybrid nanocomposite Ongoing Development of organic -------rearrangement reaction.000/.00.AND ABOVE) Date of Completion Project Title Status Ongoing Dr. R.02.molecular recognition and catalysis DST. New Delhi Dr. 5. Chowdhury ` 5.2011 31.2010 09.2013 To develop amphoteric xanthan gum Ongoing Synthesis is going on 20 . New Delhi To develop dipodal and tripodal ligands Synthesis is going on Polyacrylamide grafted flocculant and viscosifier DST.45 Lakhs 10. John ` 22.10. New Delhi 01. Sagar Pal ` 17. Synthesis.09. Sagar Pal ` 15.97 Lakhs UGC. B.09. characterization ---.2010 To develop novel polymeric flocculant and viscosifier 20.01.

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B. 'Deposition . Sharma.. International Conference CORCON 2010.. '3-D Mesoporous . V.oil recovery'. held at Delhi University. Chem. G. Chowdhury. 2011. 2010. pp.. Yadav. Gujarat. M.. Kyoto. R = Ph.oil fields'. S. W. S. ENSIL .15 December 2010. pp. 16-18 September 2010. Cy)'..4. . M. 23 26 September 2010. 10-11 Feb.(x = 0. Journal of Petroleum Engineering and Technology. Yadav. 10-11 Feb. GOA. 4. 'Synthesis of -composite materials'. 1(1). 2011. International Conference NANOMAT-2011. 2011. Kumari. Dehnen. '3-Methyl-4-amino-5-mercapto-aqueous chloride solution'. A.ENSCI.Solid and Gaseous promoters'. Chennai. 22 2. Sengupta. 'Study the --.11. Nagarajan. M. 2011. International Conference NANO 2010. 'Organotin . P. P. International th Conference 15 NCCC 2010.. International Conference ICRACM 2010. V. Vol. M. 10-11 Feb. Massa. France.. Udayabhanu. 'Magnetic . 'Substituted Triazole -aqueous Chloride Solution'. Udayabhanu. 1.ultrafine fly ash'. Yadav. 7. Limoges. Sharma. ISM Dhanbad.1. 10. Yadav. 5. vol. 13 . 49. Mukhopadyya. Yadav.4. ISM Dhanbad. 3.. G. Tamilnadu. International Conference NANOMAT-2011. 1-12. G. 8. B. International Conference NANOMAT-2011. M. Vishwakarma. 30-31 August 2010. 13-16 December 2010.2 Papers published in National Journals: 1. 21-22 February 2011.containing HCl'. 5. Indo-Italian Workshop 2010 'Frontiers of Fundamental and Industrial Electrochemistry: A Challenge For a Better World'.1. 'An overview ---. Yadav. M. International Conference on 'Chemistry and Chemical Engineering'. Sarkar. Tiruchengode.from fly ash'. Udayabhanu. 'Presence or . 'Synthesis of composite -oxygen in fuel cell'. K. P. Gandhinagar. 5. JAPAN. Inorg. H.. Sarkar. B... Sengupta. A.3 Paper presented in International Seminars/Conferences: 1. P. ISM Dhanbad... International Conference on 'Unconventional Sources of Fossil Fuels and Carbon Management'. Nayek. B. 9. 145-149. July 2010.. K. 'Synthesis of Composite -Oxygen in Fuel Cell'. 6..

2011. M.. Cochin. G. S.11. National Conference 'Current Trends in Chemistry' (Citric 2011). 2.oil recovery'. Pathak July 2011 Kolkata Dr.1. International Conference APSRT 2011. 'Polyacrylic acid grafted polymeric biomaterial'. R. 'In-situ silica . CUSAT. IIT Kharagpur. D. Dhanbad Dr. A. V. Kathmandu.a novel hybrid nanocomposite'. Pal. 2011. Nepal. B. 'Multinuclear metallomacrocycles interactions'. International Conference POLYCHAR 19 World Forum on Advanced Materials. 45 March 2011. Cochin. International Conference APSRT 2011. Ojha... John. 12. S. Panda. D. S.phase'. National Conference 'Current Trends in Chemistry' (Citric 2011). Ghorai. Udayabhanu. 5. 'Rheological studies . A.. Yadav August 2010 Delhi University 23 . M. K. 2024 March 2011.. Sarkar Prof. 2011. P.4.. Sarkar. Udayabhanu NANOMAT 2011 February 2011 NANOMAT 2011 Current Trends in Chemistry Recent Advances in Geoscience (RAG – 2011) Workshop on ‘Arsenic contamination in Groundwater-source. R. Udayabhanu. 2011...sustained drug release”.5 PARTICIPATION OF FACULTY/STAFF IN SEMINARS/CONFERENCES ISM. S. Pal.. 3. Sharma. P. N... S. IIT Kharagpur. 'Novel application . migration and mitigation: Future Research Needs’ Indo-Italian Workshop February 2011 Prof.. Dash. Ghorai. 45 March 2011. Pathak Prof. Lah. Pal. 5. K.. Udayabhanu March 2011 January 2011 Prof. D. 45 March 2011. G. Moon. S. P.1. A. A.. B. Cochin. Nasim. Dhanbad CUSAT. D. CUSAT. G. 35 March 2011. M.. 13.4 Papers presented in National Seminars/Conferences: 1. Sengupta. 2011. V.. Singh.. National Conference 'Current Trends in Chemistry' (Citric 2011). 'Polyacrylamide grafted . Cochin ISM. Patra. 35 March 2011. Dhanbad ISM. CUSAT. T. Thampi. G. D...

Yadav. – Nov. P. Limoges. Associate Professor/ AC. Aizawl. Dr. Pal. M. 5. Yadav International Conference on ‘Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology’ (NANO 2010) Fifteenth National Congress on ‘Corrosion Control’ (15th NCCC 2010) NANOMAT-2011 International Conference on ‘Chemistry and Chemical Engineering’ Current Trends in Chemistry 74th BRNS-IANCAS National Workshop on ‘Radiochemistry and Application of Radioisotopes’ International Conference POLYCHAR 19 – World Forum on ‘Advanced Materials’ December 2010 Tiruchengod. visited and presented a paper in an International Conference POLYCHAR 19 World Forum on Advanced Materials. Yadav Dr. France Dr. Japan. B. visited and presented a paper at International Conference on Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. John Oct. Mizoram Dr. Nepal 5. th th Nepal. R. Yadav International Conference on ‘Recent Advances in Composite Materials’ (ICRACM 2010) CORCON 2010 December 2010 ENSIL ENSCI.7 TESTING SERVICES: Mine-air analysis of different mines of BCCL & CCL. held at Kathmandu. visited and presented a paper in an International Conference ICRACM 2010 held at ENSIL . R. Chowdhury. M. S. Associate Professor/ AC. M. Japan CUSAT. during 20 24 March 2011. 2010. Tamilnadu Chennai ISM. Yadav September 2010 Dr. held at Kyoto. Dr. John February 2011 June 2010 March 2011 Dr. Chowdhury Dr. Limoges. M. Pal March 2011 Kathmandu. Assistant Professor/AC. 2010 Dr. M. 24 . Yadav September 2010 Goa Dr. during December 13 15. Cochin Mizoram University.Dr. B. France. S.1.6 VISITS OF FACULTY MEMBERS ABROAD: Dr. during June 2010. M.ENSCI.1. Dhanbad Kyoto. P.

Singh of A& M University. Shale Gas. Dhiman (Chairman. Connecticut. Porwal (IIT Bombay). 75 lakhs. A. geospatial modelling of coal seams of Jharia Coalfield. Maharashtra'. vice president and chairman in various external bodies. the Department of Applied Geology had organised a total of nine geological field visits and excursions for the students of M. B. Faculty members of the department published a book on 'Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. Gandhi (Chennai). D. both within and outside the country. The faculty members had participated in 29 different conferences and seminars. (xii) Wesleyan University. XIV Foundation IGC Lecture on “Entropy Theory for Earth Science” by Prof. M. expanded petrographic controls on shale gas. Prof. three in national journals. Govt. (vi) University of Minnesota. V. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration'. Chandrapur District. Choubey (Noida). (vii) Hokkaido University. (Tech.) Applied Geology and Applied Geophysics in different geological terrains. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration (CSECS2010) during November 19-20. Roorkee). Prof. The salient academic achievements of the Department include: (i) geostatistical characterization of bauxite deposits of Jharkhand. Italy. nineteen in international conferences and eighteen in national seminars. B. O. C. UK. New equipment acquired includes Leica DM750P microscope with image analysis software. inherent damage factor for exploration and exploitation of CBM and for assessment of penetrability of rocks and techniques to interpret paleoproductivity using thickness of foraminiferal wall and septa. P. The department had organised 11th DST PAC meeting on Earth Science on 16-17th August 2010 and DST sponsored national training programme on geostatistics during January 1721. and a Report on 'Thematic mapping of Gneiss-Granulite Terrain. USA. Shale Gas. Distinguished visitors during the year in the department include Prof. (ii) CMPDI. (iii) DMG. Prof. USA. The department had organised National Conference on 'National Conference cum Workshop on Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. Shri P. The ongoing R&D projects of the department during the year are approximately of Rs. Bhattacharya (SNBNCBS. (viii) University of New Castle upon Tyne. Varma (Executive President. K. Govt. S. (ix) CIMFR. Japan. Collaborative research initiated with outside agencies during the year includes: (i) CSRE. Ranchi.(Tech. Hefei. (iv) DMG.5. The faculty members also participated as expert members. Prof.Sc.2 APPLIED GEOLOGY During the year 2010-11. (v) Indo-Canadian Collaboration (Proposed). 25 . 2011. Texas on 15th February 2011. IIT Bombay. Western Bastar Craton. and (xiv) IIT Kharagpur.) and Integrated M. of Bihar. K. Dr. Research papers published during the year by the faculty members are eleven in international journals. K. Vijay P. Chatterjee (Nagpur). Dr. of Jharkhand. IGC. S. (xiii) Brown University. Sc. Kolkata). 2011. Dhanbad. P. USA. (xi) IGCP Programme on Lode Gold Deposits. Kala (Jaipur). (x) University of Science and Technology of China.

Sc. (Tech.) Geology Shateshgarh.(Tech. M. CIMFR).) (AGP) VI Int. Banik (PDPU. Sonebhadra-Mirzapur 26 . Sc. Prof. Thurugan (University College.2010 25. London). PROGRAMMES UNDERTAKEN BY STUDENTS Particulars Mapping in Hard Rock Terrain Local Geological Field Excursion Economic Geology Field Training Sedimentary Mapping Training Program Batch of students IV Sem. II M. M.Sc. M.) AGL & X Sem. M. 5.) (AGL) II Sem.CGWB.(Tech.12. Dr.2010 13.01. Sc. (Tech. Int. VI Sem.2010 14-12-2010 to 21-12.12.(Tech. Amalendu Sinha (Director. P. New Delhi).Sc.2010 to 25. K.) AGL.2010 to 25.Sc. Sc. Int. Thusu and Prof.12.(Tech. Ahraura. M. Dr. (Tech. Gandhinagar). B. J.(Tech. Integrated AGL II Sem.Asia). James Bristow (Schlumberger .1 FIELD VISITS / EXCURSIONS / TRG.Sc.2010 to 07. M.12. Sc. (Tech.) (AGP) IV Int. Udaipur Period of visit 10. M. Dr.12.) Applied Geology Sidhnath Dari.) (AGL) and VIII Sem.2011 Jharia Coalfield In and round Jharia coal filed Around RobersganjVI Integrated M.) AGL Place of visit Umra Area.2.

Karnataka: Implication to basin tectonics . Venkatesh.8.2012 ` . Team Leader and Prof.AND ABOVE): Project Value Date of Date of Commencement Completion Project Title Status Ongoing Sponsoring Coordinator(s) Agency Objective Findings Preparation of Indian Stress Map for Analysis of Crustal Motion and Seismotectonics Prof. of mapping is completed along with oriented sample collection.000/. Bagalkot district. basement decoupling and tectonic evolution of Kaladgi Basin Ongoing Fieldwork has been carried out in two phases and about 60 sq. of India Dr. Work is in progress. Mukherjee ` 17. Team Member Euro 73000 (` .2012 Prof. A.2011 31.2 BRIEF LIST OF ONGOING R & D PROJECTS (PROJECT VALUE Rs. kinematics of deformation and metamorphism of the Proterozoic Kaladgi Group in the Eastern parts of Kaladgi Basin. km. S.2009 28. K. of India Presented three papers at an International Conference. Understanding the Geological storage aspects of CO2 removal Department of Science and Technology.50 Lakh approx. CO2 Geological Storage: Research into monitoring and verification technology (CO2 ReMoVe) European Commission 23. 000/- Ministry of Earth Sciences. 5. Govt.44 lakhs 01.01. Varma. 83. 27 Structural Geometry. M.00.12.04. A.2.2009 31.2013 Understanding the interplay of deformation structures.02. Mohanty 01.5. Govt. S. K.) Geological sequestration of carbon dioxide and monitoring of several storage types Ongoing Rock matrix and cement adsorption.03.03.

CSRE.C. S. Sarkar CMPDI. Bhaumik Dr. Govt. B. B.K. B.2. Brown University. K. Mohanty Kerogen Petrology CO2 adsorption and sequestration Coal Bed Methane and Shale Gas Experiments Prof. K. Ranchi DMG. Hefei Prof. A. Mines & Forestry (MNDMF). Govt.. Ontario Province. Venkatesh Research Dr. A. Varma Joint collaborative work Prof. Bhaumik Research Stable isotope analysis Dr. Sarkar Prof. UK Central Mining and Fuel Research Institute. Jharkhand Study on Aspects of Excavation of Sand A Concept Paper on Mineral Exploration in January 2011 under Indo-Canadian related to the joint working group meeting between Ministry of Mines. Dhanbad University of Science and Technology of China. B. Sarkar Indo-Canadian Collobration (Proposed) Prof. Connecticut.C. IIT Bombay Nature of Interaction Geostatistical Favourability for Quantitative Estimation of Mineral Resources Integrated Geostatistical Methods for Optimisation of Coal Exploration Drilling Iron Ore deposits of West Singhbhum District. Italy. Kharagpur Prof.T. D. A. USA Geological Sciences.C.I. Wesleyan University. B.5. headed by Dr. an international group. GOI and Ministry of Northern Development. Canada Study of Palaeoproterozoic glaciation Name of Faculty Prof. Paulo Garofalo. S. Sarkar Prof. Sarkar University of Minnesota. of Bihar Prof. Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences.C. USA I.C. A. of Jharkhand DMG. USA Hokkaido University University of Newcastle upon Tyne. S. characteristics of lode gold deposits. Asthana IGCP programme on Lode gold IGCP-540: programme on Fluid Inclusion deposits.3 IMPORTANT COLLABORATIVE WORK Organisation /Lab. Sarangi 28 .

Chandrapur District. Mukherjee. Geological Survey of India.) Geological and Technological Facets of Shale Gas. V. 5. 69-82..K. New Delhi. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration. New Delhi. S.K. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration. and Singh.C.C. Jharia Coalfield. (Eds.263270.00.C. Varma. A. Allied Publishers Private Limited. (Eds.. (Eds. and Saxena. Sarkar. pp. R. R. Mishra..K. Sarkar.. B. B. training students on study of rock microstructure. (2010) The Proterozoic intracratonic Kaladgi basin emerging as a promising target for uranium mineralization. K. R.S. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration.2. 107p 2. B. Dubey. V. consultancy services and research Date of Purchase Value (`) ` 7. Sarkar. Sarkar. B. 2.5.C. pp. 3. (2010) Bastar cratons boninites revisited. Ltd. and Sarkar.000/-) Name of Equipment Leica DM750P microscope with image analysis software Purpose Digital imaging of deformation microstructure.71. Jeere. Allied Publishers Pvt.2. Allied Publishers Pvt. Ltd. (2010) Geostatistical characterisation of coal seam-II bottom. S... Dubey. K. Dubey..4 IMPORTANT NEW EQUIPMENT ACQUISITIONED (ABOVE ` 5. 29 . A. Allied Publishers Pvt.K.K. M.5 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS: 5.. Maharashtra (Item Code No: 048/STM/CR/MH/2004/008)(F..K. B. V..K. Ltd.S. 1-288+i-xi pp. New Delhi.2 Book reviews/contribution of chapters in a book: 1.2. In: Varma. P. Dey. New Delhi.K. (2010) Final Report on Thematic Mapping of Gneiss-Granulite Terrain. Tripathy.1 Books published: 1. pp. D. (2010) Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. Dubey. V. and Saxena.C. Asthana. and Saxena..K. A. R. and Saxena..) Geological and Technological Facets of Shale Gas.5. Shale Gas.K. 247-255..5. D.578 /- 5.) Geological and Technological Facets of Shale Gas. A.K. In: Varma. A. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration.K.2. 2004−2007).K. Western Bastar Craton. In: Varma.

R. Mohanty. S.. 2010/18. C. Swenson. and Roy S. Record. and Kanojkar. (Eds. Envior. 7..1016/j. Asian Earth Sci. L03403. K. Japan. Dey.02. Assess. (2010) An Archaean supercontinent “SIWA”: spatio-temporal and palaeomagnetic evidence. 3. D.A..030. Geophysical Research Letters. 302. D. Fifth International Archean Symposium Abstracts. J. Y. (2010). T.. Paleogeography.K.. pp. and Rodell. 9.04.2. J. Bethune. doi:10. S.palaeo. 435-451. D. (2011).S. 107(42). S. Blake Outer Ridge: Late Neogene Variability in Paleoceanography and Deep-sea Biota.1003292107.2011. doi: 10. v.. Willis. D. 39(6). I. S.jseaes. doi: 10. Syed. Chakraborty. M.3 Papers Published in International Journals: 1. (2010) The Dongargarh bimodal Volcanic Province and the LIP conundrum. 38.. Online DOI 10. 5. doi:10.. S. Mont. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the U. E... and Vittala. H. M. No. Asthana.1029/2010GL046442. A.025.1016/j. 60. Asian Earth Sci. Chambers.432) Bhaumik A.M. Dhar. and Mohanty. Famiglietti. S. Saha. Mineralogical characteristics of iron ores in Joda and Khondbond areas in eastern India with implications on beneficiation. M. S.2010.. 39(6). A. 30 . Lo. Upadhyay. doi:10. R. J. 516-526. (Impact Factor: 3. and Thomas. Paleoecology.004.. K.P. K. C.1016/j.. and Hilburn. p. Famiglietti. (2010) Satellite measure recent rates of groundwater depletion in California's Central Valley. 2. T. S. J. 2.5. and Knox-Robinson. Paleoclimatology.P. P. (Impact Factor: 9.04. A.. S. M. (2010) Proterozoic platform sequences of Peninsular India: Implications towards basin evolution and supercontinent assembly. (2010) Tectonic evolution of the Satpura Mountain Belt: a critical evaluation and implication on supercontinent assembly.2010.C. K. J.1073/pnas. Gupta. Geological Survey of Western Australia.. T.1007/s10661-009Mohanty. 203-211.194-195. J.. Crawford..204) Syed. Venkatesh. 6. (2010) Delineation of Ground water Potential zones in parts of marginal Ganga alluvial plain in south Bihar Eastern India. Springer Pub. 4.5. 17916-17921. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 589-607. In: Tyler. Vol. R. S... Pophare.. (2010) Satellite-based global-ocean mass balance estimates of interannual variability and emerging trends in continental freshwater discharge. 8.. P.M.jseaes. K. Resource Geology. H. Anderson. de Linage.). 74 (12) page A35. J.

(2011) Gold deposits: global perspective and national scenario. 2-11th Feb 2011.. Geological and Technological facets of CBM.5 Papers in International Seminars/Conferences: 1. 30.2.Halli.C. v. southern India.. Venkatesh. In: International symposium on Precambrian accretionary orogens. Energy resources and CO2 sequestration.2. Y. Journal of Geoscientists. 4. 31 . International Seminar on Recent Advances in Geosciences with special theme on fossil and non-fossil fuel exploration geodynamics (RSG-2011). 1(i). Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.C. B. (2011).173. S. Journal of Micropaleontology.10. Mishra.5 Ga. Proceedings of International Seminar on 'Recent Advances in Geosciences'. 5. Journal of Geoscientists.9. and Sarkar. pp. S. Orissa using remote sensing. 2.5. S. Gupta. V. Dhar. CSECS-2010. and Sarkar. A910. A. Mohanty. 9 . 11. pp.R.. v.. 118-124.C.M. (2011) Geodetic crustal strain patterns over the Satpura Mountain Belt: Implications for the tectonic controls of stable continental interior seismicity. (2010) Magma/Mantle origin for auriferous CO2 rich fluids at the Archaean lode gold deposit of G.C. 172 . Srinivasan. 55-63. D. 3.. pp.S. Asthana. R. A. Crawford.5. pp. S. Sarkar. ISM. 1(i).J. K. 256-262. Dhanbad. Sarangi. (2011) Active continental margin and the ~2. P. GIS and statistical techniques. (2011) Geostatistical modelling for spatial characterization and mineral inventory estimation a test case of a bauxite deposit. 3. (2011) The pattern of plate motion and crustal strain of a part of the Indian plate: Implications for the stable continental interior seismicity. A. A. Singh. 1-43.. B. 1-12. 2. A. R. and Bhaumik. K.74. and Patel. Sarkar. S. Dhanbad. 5. and Pophare. University of Delhi. Distribution of deep-sea benthic foraminifera in the Neogene of Blake Ridge. Mohanty. accretionary orogens of Central India. (2010) The energy Scenario in India with special reference to Hydropower. A. Mohan. K. NW Atlantic. Chitradurga greenstone belt. International Conference on 'The 2001 Bhuj Earthquake and Advances in Earthquake Science (AES-2010)'. pp.4 Papers Published in National Journals: 1. Shale gas. Proc. Abstract Volume. (2011) Lineament mapping of Talcher coalfield. pp. Proc. B.

and Sarkar.K. M. TSOP Meeting. (2011) The ~2. International Conference on 'The 2001 Bhuj Earthquake and Advances in Earthquake Science (AES-2010)'. 12.. University of Delhi. 7. Bhattacharyya. Mukherjee. (2011a) The Shale Gouge Ratio (SGR) An important parameter for the characterization of fault seals in hydrocarbon reservoirs. Proceedings of the International Seminar on 'Recent Advances in Geosciences'. (2010) Effect of stamping and binder on coke quality of LVMC coal. G. Dhiman. In: Singh. N.13 .. pp. A. S. 8. TSOP Meeting. Saxena. ISM Dhanbad. Gupta. USA.K. Varma. Kumar. India. 25pp. Dubey. and 6 Asian Rock Mech. Denver. S. P. 2-11th Feb 2011. Pathak. 2011. (Eds) Proc. . (2010) Petrographic applications in prediction of combustion behaviour of inertinite rich coal and char and flyash formation. (2010) Influence of inherent damage factor on penetrability of sandstone from Upper Kaimur Group. D. M.K. International Conference on 'The 2001 Bhuj Earthquake and Advances in Earthquake Science (AES-2010)'. Jamshedpur. pp. 10.K. Proc. Kumar.K. and Kumar. 489-497. N. Vindhyan Supergroup.5 Ga Malanjkhand granitoids are Cordilleran type granitoids.12.. Ltd.K. A. XI International Seminar on Mineral Processing Technology. 12-16 September 2010. and Asthana.. In: International symposium on 'Precambrian accretionary orogens'. New Delhi. USA. India.. V. Sinha. 2-11th Feb. R. pp. (2011) The 2. 135137. Saxena. ISRM th Intl. N. M. A. 278-285. (2010) Technological characterization of selected coal seams for estimation of potentiality of coal bed methane case studies from east and west Bokaro coalfields.K. Banerjee. pp. 2010 Denver.13.12 .. A. V. Abstract Volume. S. K. 9. 15-17 December 2010. V. 27pp. Varma. R. R.5. Allied Publishers Pvt. Saxena. Barik. 'Advances in Rock Engineering'. 11. University of Delhi.K.. Symp. Symp.G. Abstract Volume. Das. K.. and Mohanty. and Mohanty. 32 6. Jharkhand.. India. pp. and Asthana. Varma. and Goswami. D.A. N. and Mendhe. 13. 12-16 September.5 Ga Bijli Rhyolites: a product of rifting in a within-plate tectonic setting or ignimbrite flare up in a Andean type active Continental margin? In: International symposium on 'Precambrian accretionary orogens'. (2011) Structural controls on the intraplate seismicity of the Kachchh region.K. (2011) Crustal strain pattern over a part of southern India and its implication for seismotectonics.. A. V. Ahirwar.

K.. Proceedings of the International Symposium on 'Precambrian Accretionary Orogens and Field Workshop in the Dharwar Craton. S. Dey. S. Cuddapah Basin. B. (2010) Proterozoic supercontinental models and present day crustal strain patterns of India: implications on rheological properties of the lithosphere for plate motion. 2010. (2011) Geological setting and chemistry of Badami Group in western part of the Kaladgi basin. A.14. ISM. (2010) Stable isotope data evidence for a mantle/magma origin of chalybite dyke and auriferous fluids. 5-9 September 2010. Dubey. V.K. Bhaumik. southern India: Evidences for crustal accretion and geodynamic implications. World Petrocoal Congress. Mendhe. S. 256-262. 18. S. Jharkhand. Petrographic Controls for Coal Bed Methane Exploration: case studies of selected coal seams from Jharia basin. pp. Deformation Mechanisms and Strain. Geological and Technological facets of CBM. Dey.C. Abstract volume. V. Perth. S. R. A. Energy resources and CO2 sequestration. 16. Karnataka: implications to uranium exploration. (2010) The energy Scenario in India with special reference to Hydropower.. 17. R. 15. Y..A. South India: Implications from Geometry. University of Delhi.6 Papers in National Seminars/Conferences: 1.. pp. CSECS-2010. Archaean Orogenic gold deposit of G.Halli. Sarkar. Rock Deformation and Structures (RDS-I). 50. Dharwar craton. Varma. R. A. 5-9 July 2010. and Patel. University of Delhi Dey. 5th International Archean Symposium. 2011. and Saxena. Shale gas. (2011). Mukherjee. Morphology.5. S.B. B. A. and Gupta. Hyderabad. Srinivasan. southern India. K. International Seminar on 'Precambrian Accretionary Orogens'. 69 69.. (2010) Geochemical and Sr-Nd isotope constraints on the petrogenesis of granitoids from northwestern part of the Dharwar craton.R. (2011) Evolution of crust in the Dharwar craton: the Nd isotopic evidence.. International Seminar on 'Recent Advances in Geosciences'. 3. Dhar.C. New Delhi. Sarkar.K. Sarangi. (2011b): Cleavage Development in the Southern Nallamalai FoldFault Belt. Department of Geology. K. 2-3 February 2011.2. Department of Applied Geophysics. January 11-13. and 33 2. Biotic evidence of methane seepage in gas hydrate rich marine settings. 19. . In: Varma. Prasanna. M. Mohanty. ISM. K. 5. A. In: th Abstract volume of 7 Annual meeting of Asia Oceania Geoscience Society. Dhanbad. Southern India'. Proc.K.

Allied Publishers Private Limited. A. Sarkar. Mohapatra. and Saxena. Suraj. and Thomas.. Sarkar. 7. 85-89. pp. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration. (Eds). M.K. New Delhi. A. Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. I. and Chinara. pp. Environmental Geochemistry of Soil and Water Associated with Coal Overburden in Eastern Part of Jharia Coalfield.K.. Allied Publishers Private Limited. B. P. Role of clay minerals in Shale Gas exploration . Dhanbad 1011 February 2011. B. Mendhe. Ltd. S. 2010. R.K. 2010.K. B. A. Varma. 2010. In: Varma. pp.. Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration.C. Dubey. Allied Publishers Private Limited.. In: Varma. 9.K. New Delhi. A. Shale Gas.. Shale Gas. Varma. 2010. pp.. (Eds).R.K. Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. V.K.K.C. Allied Publ. Varma. R. 2010.. 99-107. V. 5. B. pp. Sarkar. (Eds). Shale Gas. Dubey..K.C. Dubey.K.. Abstract volume. Allied Publishers Private Limited. 6. 10. Allied Publ. 34 .K. P. and Panda. Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. 277-286.Saxena.. Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. Geological and Technological Facets of CBM.K. 4. Shale Gas. Influence of geotechnical parameters of joint on fragmentation of coal strata. Shale Gas. R.. V. Varma.. Sarkar.C. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration. and Saxena.16p Venkatesh. 8. R. K.K. Raniganj and Godawari Valley Basins. 149-153. 165-177. Dubey.. Shale Gas. (Eds). pp. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration. Dubey. and Saxena. K. and Saxena.K. New Delhi. K. New Delhi. (Eds). Allied Publishers Private Limited.K.M. A. S. A. V.K.. R.K. New Delhi. and Das. and Saxena. A. 2010. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration.an Evaluation. National Seminar on 'Nanomaterials and Their Applications'. V. pp.A. In: Varma. Geological and technological aspects of Carbon Dioxide Storage in Coal and Sedimentary Formations an Appraisal. V. In: Varma. Geological and Petrographical Investigations for Shale Gas Exploration Case Studies From South Karanpura. A. 2011. R. K. A. Implication of inherent damage factor in exploration and exploitation of Coal Bed Methane from Gondwana Coalfield. 271-276. Shale Gas. 3-8. Ltd. Dubey. Nanopore Development in Various Ranks of Coals. Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. V.

S. A. Department of Applied Geology. A. Singh. 2010. Mukherjee.. Abstract Volume. 12. energy Resources and CO2 sequestration. M. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration'.K. 35 . K. 2010. 14. Western India: Implications to Hydrocarbon Exploration. Mukherjee. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration (CSESC) conference organized by Dept of Applied Geology held at Indian School of Mines. CSECS 2010.. S. and Pal. Control of Drill Motor for Different Types of Rock Mass according to their Drillability. M. Sadhu. Central India. A. Shale Gas. K. Seminar on present challenges in mining and Allied Industries. p. Maly. Bhubaneswar. K. Proceedings of National Conference cum workshop on Geological and Technological facets of CBM. The Proterozoic intracratonic Kaladgi basin emerging as a promising target for uranium mineralization. S.11. Dhanbad. Application of Integrated Satellite technology with smart card to develop a mine information system. Dubey. Nanomaterials and Their Applications (NANOMAT 2011) p. 2011. Dhanbad. 103-108. ISM. The Importance of clay minerals in evaluating thermal maturity of sedimentary basins and petroleum potential. pp. Das. Sinha. 24. Dey. 2010. MEAI. 2010. Environmental hazards due to Coal Mine Fire: A Geological perspective of Coal mine fire in Kuju area. and Singh. Anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility A tool to delineate nanoscale geomechanical anisotropy: an experimental study on limestone from Bijawar Group. 19-20-Nov. 18.an Update. A. Bhaumik. K.. Singh. Foraminiferal (Protozoan) signatures for gas hydrate exploration: A case study from NW Atlantic. P. 2010.. 2010. 126-134. CSECS2010. ISM Dhanbad. ISM. and Gupta. D. ISM. 13.29-32. I. Dhanbad. Abstract presented in Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. A. Sarangi. and Tirkey. S.. 2010. Sem. 17. Proc. 2010. V. Proceedings of the National conference on Drills and Drilling . A. shale Gas. Venkatesh. 15.. pp.K.. R. and Sarkar. Jharkhand. Nat. National Conference cum Workshop on 'Geological and Technological Facets of Shale Gas. S.S. Bandhopadhyay. 16. N. Ramgarh district. Geochemical and stable isotope evidence of an anoxic marine depositional condition during late Eocene-early Oligocene transition period in Kutch.

C. SYMPOSIA.5. Name of the Participant Title Duration Place Prof. 2011 at ISM.K. Vijay P. Dr. Shale Gas. CONFERENCES ORGANIZED BY THE DEPARTMENT National Conference cum Workshop on Geological and Technological Facets of CBM.2.2. Sarkar National Conference cum Workshop on Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. Varma: Expanded petrographic controls on shale gas. WORKSHOPS. 5. R.7 SEMINARS. Dubey: Developed 'en echelon crack arrays theory' for deformation of rocks and Inherent Damage Factor (IDF) for exploration and exploitation of CBM and for assessment of the penetrability of rocks. A. C. B.6 MAJOR ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTIONS Prof. Prof. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration XIV Foundation IGC Lecture on 'Entropy Theory for Earth Science' by Prof.8 PARTICIPATION OF FACULTY/OFFICER/STAFF IN SEMINAR / CONFERENCE. K. Dhanbad th 5. A. Texas 19-20 November 2010 at ISM Dhanbad 15 February. Bhaumik: Techniques to interpret paleoproductivity using thickness of foraminiferal wall and septa. Singh of A& M University. Geospatial modelling of coal seams of Jharia coalfield. Dr. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration 19-20 Nov. K. Sarkar: Geostatistical characterization of bauxite deposits of Jharkhand state. 2010 ISM Dhanbad 36 .2. B. Shale Gas.

K. B. A. 12-16 September Denver. D.Prof. Sarkar Global Indian Scientists & Technocrats Forum GIST 2010 Convention & Exhibition on Scientific & Technological Approaches for Sustainable Use of Water Resources International Seminar on 'Recent Advances in Geosciences' Fifth International Archean Symposium on 'Evolving Earth' ISM 26-27 December Dhanbad 2010 11 . 2011 ISM Dhanbad Prof. ISM Dhanbad ISM Dhanbad ISM Dhanbad 19-20 Nov. Mohanty Prof. Mohanty National Conference on 'Rock Deformation and Structures' 29 -31 October 2010 Prof. 2010 10-11 February 2011 Prof. Gandhinagar Prof. Southern India'. C. Varma TSOP Meeting National Conference cum Workshop on Geological and Technological Facets of Prof. S. Sarkar Prof. USA 2010. Mohanty International Seminar on 'Recent Advances in Geosciences' International Conference on 'The 2001 Bhuj Earthquake and Advances in Earthquake Science (AES-2010)' 11 . C. A. B. Venkatesh 11-13 Jan. Varma CBM. 2010 Prof.9 September 2010 ISM Dhanbad Perth. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration Recent Advances in Geosciences with Spl. K. S. A. Intl Symposium on 'Precambrian Accretionary Orogens and Field Workshop in the Dharwar craton. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration Prof. Mohanty Prof. Australia Geological Sciences. Jadavpur University. Kolkata ISM Dhanbad Institute of Seismological Research.13 January 2011 5 . Shale Gas. theme on Fossil and Non-Fossil Fuel Exploration and Geodynamics. S. A.13 January 2011 22 -24 January 2011 Prof. Venkatesh 19-20 Nov. S. Varma National Seminar on 'Nanomaterials and Their Applications' National Conference cum Workshop on Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. Shale Gas. K. S. S. A. Asthana 2-11 February 2011 University of Delhi 37 .

Sukanta Dey 11 . Dubey ISRM Intl Symp. Sukanta Dey Dr.K. Hyderabad IISWBM.Source. 2010 ISM Dhanbad ISM Dhanbad Perth Dr. R. Shale Gas. Sahendra Singh CBM. R.Dr. Sahendra Singh 6 Seminar on 'Modern Practices in Petroleum Exploration' th 6-10 September 2010 KDMIPE. Migration and Mitigation: Future Research Needs' Dr. Energy Resources and CO2 sequestration' (CSECS2010) 19-20 Nov. 2010 38 . Sukanta Dey 19-20 Nov. Dehradun ISM Dhanbad National Conference cum workshop on 'Geological and Technological facets of Dr. Energy Resources and CO2 sequestration' (CSECS2010) International Seminar on 'Recent Advances in Geosciences' International Symposium on 'Precambrian Accretionary Orogens' 5-9 September. Kolkata Dr. Sahendra Singh Groundwater . Dubey National Seminar on 'Nanomaterials and 10-11 February Their Applications (NANOMAT-2011') 2011 Fifth 'International Archean Symposium' National Conference cum workshop on 'Geological and Technological facets of CBM. 2010 and 6th Asian Rock Mech. Dr. Shale Gas. Sukanta Dey DST sponsored training program on 14-18 February 'Geochronology and Radiogenic Isotope 2011 Geochemistry' Workshop on 'Arsenic Contamination in 23-24 July 2010 Dr. 2010 Dr. Symp. 2010 ISM Dhanbad ISM Dhanbad University of Delhi NGRI. Dehradun. Dubey 19-20 Nov. Dubey 6 Proficiency Course on Modern Practices in Petroleum Exploration th 6-10 September 2010 Keshav Dev Malviaya Institute of Petroleum Exploration. Energy Resources and CO2 sequestration' (CSECS2010) 25-27 October 2010 New Delhi Dr. R.K. College Square West.13 January 2011 2-3 February 2011 Dr.K.K. R. Shale Gas. Sukanta Dey Dr. National Conference cum workshop on 'Geological and Technological facets of CBM.

A. Microscopic pore. USA Prof. Australia Knoxville. Maceral-Microlithotype Combined Analysis 9. S.9 VISITS OF FACULTY MEMBERS ABROAD To attend Fifth International Archean Symposium on 'Evolving Earth' 5 .9 September 2010 13 . USA Perth. porewall and mico-cleat distribution 11.2. K. Macrocleat analysis 5. Microlithotype Composition 8. Australia Denver. Dey Prof. Mohanty Prof. Sample Preparation 2.18 June 2010 Perth. Mechanical strength of coke (Syskov’s Method) 39 . TSOP To attend Fifth International Archean Symposium on 'Evolving Earth' To attend International Goldschmidt Conference. Asthana 5. Lithotype Logging 4. Maceral Composition 7. S. Knoxville.9 September 2010 September 2010 5 . Varma Visited as a Delegate and Member./AGL 1. USA Dr. Micro-cleat analysis 10. Maceral Group 6. D.2. Lithotype Composition 3.5.10 TESTING SERVICES (LAB FACILITIES AVAILABLE FOR TESTING IN THE DEPARTMENT/ CENTRE) (i) Coal Geology and Organic Petrology Lab.

12. ore paragenesis etc (iv) Geochemistry lab: 1. Petrographic composition of fly ash/ bottom ash 18. grain size. Mechanical strength of coke (Griaznov’s Method) 13. Sample preparation of unconsolidated material 2. 2. Organo-petrographic composition of soil (ii) Ore Geology and Mining Geology Laboratory 1. Major element analysis by XRF (v) Geotechnical/Engineering Geology Laboratory 1. Petrography of rock samples in thin and polished section for various applications/metallogenetic controls. Phase mineralogy modal analysis with texture. Petrographic composition of hydrogenation /liquefaction residue 16. mineral reactions. Shear strength of unconsolidated material 3. grain shape and preferred orientation. grain-boundary characteristics. Mineralogical characterisation of different types of ores and their amenability for beneficiation (iii) Petrology Laboratory 1. Organo-petrographic composition of shale 19. Petrographic composition of solvent extraction residue 17. Geotechnical properties of loose material 40 . Microscopic pore and porewall distribution 15. Petrographic / microtextural composition of coke 14. Mineralogy of ore samples for various applications/ metallogenetic controls 2.

Bhattacharya. D. Friction angle test 8. Ppv measurement and Geotechnical microseismic zonation 17. Stability analysis of slope and support design 14. K. Kolkata Prof. Geotechnical characterisation for groundwater assessment and management 5. Gandhi. B. IIT Bombay Occasion/Purpose Interaction with Faculty Members and research Scholars Chairing the First Organising Committee meeting of the 17th Convention of IGC Guest Faculty on Engineering Geology Guest Faculty on Exploration Geology Guest Faculty on RS & GIS 41 . M. Permeability test for water 9. Blast design for fragmentation 15. B. Executive President. Geotechnical mapping of foundation (2500m2) 10. Rebound test 6. S. Petromech TC test 7. O. Varma. Roorkee Prof. Choubey.11 DISTINGUISHED VISITORS TO THE SCHOOL (INDICATING OCCASION/ PURPOSE) Name Prof. Chennai & Formerly with HZL Prof.2. SNBNCBS. Distinguished Professor. Assessment of support pressure and design of support in opening 12. Geotechnical characterization and control blasting 16.4. Porwal. A. Durability test 5. P. Noida & Formerly with ISM Dr. Grouting design and selection of grout 13. Indian Geological Congress. V. Geotechnical mapping of opening (500m) 11.

James Bristow. CGWB. University College London (UCL) 5. Chairman. B. Director General.12 SPECIAL LECTURES BY DISTINGUISHED GUESTS Name Date Topic Delivered XIV Foundation IGC Prof. identified by DST. the Chairman of National Conference cum Workshop on 'Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. Departmental Visit and Address to Faculty Members and Research Scholars Chief Guest for inauguration of National Conference cum Workshop on 'Geological Technological Facts of CBM. CIMFR Dr. K. Shale Gas. 2010. USA 2011 Earth Science' 5.Shri P. S. New Delhi Guest Faculty on Exploration Economics Guest Faculty on Mineral Economics Felicitation. General Manager of Schlumberger (Asia) Prof.2. K. University College London (UCL) Dr. 15th February Lecture on 'Entropy Theory for Texas. Kala. A & M University. Gujarat Prof. Juergen Thurane. K. C. Sarkar:   elected as Vice-President of IGC Executive Council. Singh. Energy resources and CO2 Sequestration' Chief Guest for inauguration of National Conference cum Workshop on 'Geological Technological Facts of CBM.13 MISCELLANEOUS (ANY OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION) Prof. DST Training Programme for Scientists & Technologists on 'A Primer on Geostatistics' to be held at ISM Dhanbad during January 16-20. Banik. Shale Gas. Bindra Thusu. Shale Gas. Vijay P. Amalendu Sinha. C.2. Dhiman. P. New Delhi as the Coordinator. Nagpur & Formerly with IBM Nagpur Dr. 2012. 42  . 2010 & 2011. Prof. Energy resources and CO2 Sequestration' Participated in CSECS 2010 National Conference-cum-Workshop Participated in CSECS 2010 National Conference-cum-Workshop Participated in CSECS 2010 National Conference-cum-Workshop Dr. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration' (CSECS2010) held at ISM Dhanbad during November 19-20. Jaipur & Formerly with HZL Prof. P. Director. Chatterjee. Pandit Deen Dayal University (PDPU).

Journal of Geological Society of India Prof. participated in the 48 Central Geological Programming Board Meeting at Vigyan rd th Bhawan. Dhiman. Pusa. Steering Committee in the International Seminar on 'Recent Advances in Geosciences with special theme on fossil and non-fossil fuel exploration geodynamics' (RAG-2011) at ISM. carried out a consultancy on vetting of DMG. Varma:   awarded Farthest Travel Award by TSOP in September 2011 at Denver. Dehradun on 28-29 January 2011. D thesis Reviewed research papers of Int. Jharkhand'. Member. Sector'. 43 . Venkatesh:   Successfully guided a Ph. S. New Delhi on 13 January 2011. Nominated as Member. C. K. attended the DST Workshop on 'Finalisation of Training Programme for Training of Scientist and Technologists working in Govt. and Indian journals and examined Ph. Kolkata. organised the 14 Foundation Lecture of IGC on 15 February 2011 at ISM Dhanbad. A. th th th th      organised the First Meeting of the Organising Committee of the 17th Convention of th IGC on 14 February 2011 at ISM Dhanbad. organised the Felicitation of Dr. New Delhi on 25-28 August 2010. Chairman. New Delhi on 3 and 4 February 2011. Editorial Board. Jharkhand report on 'A Concise Study Report on the Iron Ore Deposit of lease hold areas of Steel Authority of India limited in West Singhbhum District. CGWB. organized by Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education. S. USA. attended the 47 meeting of Central Geological Programme Based at ICAR Complex. A. thesis of other universities. Dhanbad during January attended the Fourth Meeting of CGPB : Committee V on 'Energy Minerals and Resources' organised by the Natural Energy Resources (Mission IIB) of Geological th Survey of India on 8 December 2010 at Salt Lake. D. th    Prof.

R. 44 . Allahabad University on 26 February. thesis in the field of Hydrogeology Dr. Journal of Geo Scientists. nd   Dr. A K Bhaumik:  External member of the technical committee for the procurement of XRD in CIMFIR. Dr. 2011. S Singh:  Member of Editorial Board. Received 2 best award in the Petroleum and Natural gas session for the oral presentation on topic 'Biotic evidence of methane seepage in gas hydrate rich marine settings' in World Petrocoal Congress-2001 during 12-15th February. Chicago Press. External expert for conducting Paleontology examination in the Department of th Earth and Planetary Science. K. Examiner of Ph. Dubey:    Reviewer of paper for Journal of Geological Society. Participated in the industrial consultancy studies. Jharkhand. Bangalore Reviewer paper for Journal of Geology.D. 2011. USA. Digwadih. Society of Geo Scientists.

Sc. Singha Roy: Signal Processing (complete theory paper) to Applied Physics Department as new capsule course. K. 5. (Tech.00 lakh was received in this financial year under the above R & D project. ESSAR OIL. OIL. M. earthquake seismology and fractals.) (App.3 APPLIED GEOPHYSICS The Department of Applied Geophysics conducted an International Seminar on 'Recent Advances in Geosciences with Special Theme on Fossil and Non-Fossil Fuel & Geodynamics' during January 11-13. K.2 INTRODUCTION OF NEW COURSES AND PROGRAMMES. Singh IVth of 3yr & VIIIth of 5yr. The foreign delegates were mainly from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. The placement record of the department indicates fifty percent employment of students of M. P. The department also received research funding of ` 120 lakhs under DST FIST Level I. There were twelve technical sessions covering sixty-three technical paper presentations. IF ANY (i). 2011. West Bengal December 12-31. In addition.Sc. the department has also undertaken three collaborative works with three different scientific organizations of Europe in the field of Potential field interpretation. An external cash flow of ` 106. Khan & U. 45 . (Tech. including one overseas consultancy project in OMAN. CAIRN ENERGY and software companies. and Russian Academy of Sciences.5. Int.3. United States Geological Survey and Oxford University. USA.1 FIELD/EXCURSIONS/TRAINING PROGRAMMES UNDERTAKEN BY STUDENTS Particulars Batch of students Place of visit Period of visit Winter Geophysical Training by P. Moscow. 2010 5. Geophysics) through campus & Off-campus recruitment covering ONGC.) AGP Bakreshwar. As far as consultancy projects are concerned. The department has published ten papers in International journals and one paper in national journal. the department has completed four consultancy projects worth ` 13 lakhs approximately. N.3.

3-D stress modelling of the subducting Indian plate both towards north beneath the Eastern Himalaya and Indo-Burman Ranges towards east.19395 (i) Analysis of available & procured well logs data from the target area of Jharia basin. (ii) Stress orientation at depth of CBM reservoir. CMPDI. Srivastava (Co-PI) and CGM (Exploration).000/-. (b) Coal bed permeability and cleat volume/porosity estimated for Ten wells in Jharia Coal Field. (iii) Stress orientation map for CBM reservoir in the target area. New Delhi (FIST level-1) Prof. (f) C o r e s a m p l e s c o l l e c t e d . Khan (Coordinator) ` 16.3. seismology and electrical resistivity methods DST. 2011 Analysis of In-situ Stress for CBM Exploration in Jharia Coal Field Rima Chatterjee (PI) V. K. Plotting of vertical stress/ overburden stress and porosity with depth for five wells in Jharia coalfield. AND ABOVE) Project Value Date of Date of Commencement Completion Project Title Status Ongoing Sponsoring Coordinator(s) Agency Objective Findings To strengthen the post graduate geophysics teaching & research in the areas Petrophysics observation.5. R. P. geomechanical rock properties tested.2009 31. (c) P wave acoustic impedence calculated from sonic interval transit time and density for the five wells.05. (h) Well log data correlated with the cleat orientation. Finite element stress modeling of the subducting Indian lithosphere and the overlying structures in northeast part of India Ministry of Earth Sciences 12. 00. (d) The gamma ray log data is crossplotted with reservoir parameters for five wells. (vii) Relationship between stress with rock properties and fluid flow (viii) Numerical simulation of stress dependence permeability and fluid flow in CBM reservoir (ix) Determination of preferred orientation of Horizontal wellbore drilling for CBM exploitation (a) Cross plotting of Well log data of 15 wells from Jharia Coal field. Ongoing One manuscript published in 'Pure and Applied Geophysics' .3.05. P.3 BRIEF LIST OF ONGOING R & D PROJECTS (PROJECT VALE ` 5.2012 Ongoing 46 Dr. K.0. (v) Rock mechanical properties from well log as well as in laboratory tests (vi) Geotechnical properties of rocks in and around target area.2009 11. Mohanty ` 120 Lakhs 18.3. (e) Cleat orientation mapped in Jharia coalfield. Ranchi. Ranchi ` 169 Lakh 31. Source zone identification of future damaging earthquakes in Assam and adjoining regions. ISM Component ` 43 Lakh CIL (R&D) Board Collaborative project between ISM and CMPDI.2012 2-D finite element stress modelling of the eastward moving Shillong Plateau. (iv) Determination of petrophysical parameters from well logs as well as from laboratory tests.

Roy (Co-coordinator) ` 8. P. Highest seismic risk zones identified 47 Dr. P.03.85 Lakhs Evaluation of large earthquake potential in North West Himalayan Fault Zone using GPS strain and seismicity analysis 31. Dhanbad 08. Operation and Maintenance of GPS station at Indian School of Mines.07. Dhanbad Dr. K.04. N. ` 39. Khan (Coordinator) V. Coordinator ` 06. Ongoing On progress . N. 2011 31.15767 Ministry of Earth Sciences 24.S.07. Investigation of source zone characteristics using seismic b-value. K. 2009 23. Srivastava (Co-coordinator) ` 11. Delineation of crustal characteristics based on the analysis of attenuation parameters. Operation and Maintenance of GPS station at Indian School of Mines Ongoing One manuscript is accepted in national journal.03.2014 Completed Under Process DST (Now MOES) Dr.K. P. K. Srivastava (Co-PI) (Completed). SINGHA ROY (PI).Monitoring and Study of Local Seismicity of the Eastern Indian Shield Region Sponsoring Agency: Ministry of Earth Sciences Dr. (ii) To apply the ANFIS algorithm on well logs data.65 Lakhs GPS data collection in the Kumaon Himalayan region completed. 2012 Continuous monitoring of local as well as regional seismicity vis-à-vis the increase of seismic database for the Eastern Indian Shield.2011 07. 2014 Wavelets-ANFIS conjunction method for Well logging data Analysis ISM. P. U. Setting up. Delineation of local geomorphological features in the backdrop of seismicity distribution.342 Indian School of Mines. (iii) To construct 1-D and 2-D both model using integrated wavelet transform and ANFIS method. Singh. Dr. Setting up. Dhanbad (i) To develop the wavelet algorithm for the interpretation of geophysical time series data.04. V. K. Khan (Coordinator) Dr.

Ranchi ICTP.2 Paper published in international journal 1. Soc. Russia CMPDI.K. K. Crustal structure off Prydz Bay.P. Online on 4 Feb 2011 as doi. N. P. ISBN 978-953-307-746-8.3. 2011 Value (`) ` 9. Bathymetry.. Bull.1130/B30224. Moscow. Italy Tribhuvan University. Madrid (Spain) Nature of Interaction Analysis of gravity anomaly and Iberian Peninsula. Hyderabad BHU. & Javier-Ruiz.4 IMPORTANT COLLABORATIVE WORK Organisation/laboratory ESCET.33 Lakhs 5.5. .. Deptt. Nepal NGRI.6. of Geology. Geol. P. Singh. Srivastava. Rima Chatterjee Junior Associate for joint research work Junior Associate for joint research work with Dr.3. 48 2. Tiwari. B. R. V. 11. Srivastava Collaborative Research Project sponsored by Coal R&D Board. 2011. N. 5. Drainage Pattern as observed on Remote Sensing Images over Jharia Ranigunj Coal Field of Eastern India.5 IMPORTANT NEW EQUIPMENT ACQUISITIONED (ABOVE RS. K.Meeting . Mallickarjun Joshi. N. Treiste.3.1 Book reviews/contribution of chapters in a book 1. of International Geological Correlation Program (IGCP) 582.6 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 5.6.1. Harihar Paudyal.. pp 43-48. Varanasi 5. V. D.5. 2010. Singha Roy Institute of Physics of the Earth. Proc. East Antarctica via Gravity Inversion.000/. Crustal structure from gravity signatures in Iberian Peninsula. Agarwal.3. Sigha Roy Joint research work with Prof. R. Singha Roy Joint research work with Dr. B. P.00. K.) Name of Equipment COMET 3 software Purpose Reservoir simulator Date of Purchase February 3. 10. Tejero. N. Gomez-Oritiz. U. America.N. Agarwal An International Long Term Program of DST New Delhi: a programme between Indo -Russian Academic of Sciences for the study related to Earthquake Seismology.3. P.

.K. H. Gupta. DOI: 10. Singh. and Mukherjee. M. 2010.1007/s11069-010-9659-6. P. K.. Nandi. V.. Geophysical Journal International. 182. International Journal of Earth Sciences. K. . DOI: 10. Identifcation of Lithounits from Well Logs for CBM Exploration in Jharia Coal 49 2.. Inversion of the amplitude of the analytic signal of the magnetic anomaly by particle swarm optimization technique. Formation Evaluation and Characterization of CBM Reservoir Rocks from Well logs of Jharia Coal Field. Srivastava.2009. 2010. pp. Overpressure zone under the KrishnaGodavari offshore basin: geophysical implications for natural hazard in deeper-water drilling. 2010. Audio magnetotelluric studies to trace the hydrological system of thermal fluid flow of Bakreswar hot spring. S. Shalivahan. Mineralogical Mapping of Lunar Orbits of Chandrayan 1 Mission using Hyperspectral Imaging Camera (HySI) and Terrain Mapping Camera (TMC) Data. 2010.. Paul. 2010. and Srivastava. Acta Geod. P. B. D. P. P. Shalivahan.3. doi:10. Chakraborty.K. Hazra. and Paul..K. pp 6-10.1190/1. P.x Sinharay. USA. M. B187-B195. 2010. Pure and Applied Geophysics.3. Role of unbalanced slab resistive force in the 2004 off Sumatra mega-earthquake (Mw > 9. 45(4). Pal. Chatterjee.1007/s00024-010-0194-x. Chatterjee. 2010. No 1..1016/j.. 652-662..1007/s00531-010-0576-4. and Agarwal. Eastern India: A Case History. SEG. 35.1111/j..04631. U. 417-425. B. 77. Mukhopadhyay. P. Chatterjee. Khan.6. 2010. 6. Bhatt. Singh. S. S. V..cageo. Analyses of self-potential anomalies by conventional and extended Euler deconvolution techniques.2010. P. 2011. Oct 30 to 3 Nov 2010. K. J. India. K. Photogrammetry Engineering and Remote Sensing Journal. 9. 4. 5.K. K. DOI: 10. U.3 Paper published in national journals 1. Singh. Geoph.3431532. 75.03.0) event.. Application of neurofuzzy pattern recognition method in borehole geophysics. 5. and Bhattacharya. Computers and Geosciences.. N. and Srivastava.005. 7. K.. D. Geophysics. DOI: 10. Agarwal. B.1365246X. N. Vol. S. and Srivastava. Paul. Khan.. B. V. R. Seismic b-value and the assessment of ambient stress in Northeast India. R. Ghosh. 8. R.P. S. D. K. and Bhatachrya. 2010. and Singh. PETROTECH Seminar at New Delhi. 2231-2238. vol. Shalivahan. R. 10. DOI: 10.. Hung. Natural Hazards. S.

field. 2010. India. 4. Gujarat. Pal. and Prasad. Gujarat Energy Research and Management Institute. Indian Oil & Gas Review Symposium and International Exhibition. 40.. 2010. 5. Determination of Sub-surface stress direction from coal permeability and underground cleat orientation mapping for coal bed methane exploration. 5.. K.4 Paper presented in international seminars/conferences 1. India. R. P. Mukherjee. S. G. Unconventional Sources of Fossil Fuels and Carbon Management.K. R. 252-255. Khan. 8-10 Dec. 2010. Study of Seismicity in Eastern Indian Shield Using ISM Broadband Digital Seismic Data.. 50 . Jharkhand. PETROTECH-2010..K. India.31-Nov. Seminar on Recent Advances in Geosciences. p. R. K. Intl Seminar on 'Geoscientific Strategy in Ground Water Management and Exploration'. V..K. p. Formation Evaluation and Characterization of CBM Reservoir Rocks from Well logs of Jharia Coalfield. K. Seismotectonic overview of the Burma-Andaman-Sumatra subduction margin preceding the 2004 off Sumatra mega-event. K.. and Chakraborty. K. Paul. Paul. pp. 1112. S. organized by the Institute of Seismological Research. 2010. and Chatterjee. Identification of Litho units from Well logs for CBM Exploration in Jharia Coalfield. Alabama. Gupta. (India). Khan.. P.. Chatterjee. Nandi. 2011. International Symposium on The Bhuj earthquake and advances in earthquake science. Jharia coalfield. 2010. Int. Khan. P. 2010. R. Conf.. India. Srivastava. Gandhinagar. 21-22. and Farooqui. Hazra. Paper Id: 1008. M. P. Giri. R. S.. Applications of Remote Sensing and GIS techniques in Mapping of Ground Water Potential Zones in Hard Rock Terrain of Dhanbad Dt.81-95. P. and Srivastava. P. Gandhinagar. February. September 9-10. P. India. Coal bed and Shale Gas Symposium. New Delhi. 4. V. 3. V. D. 6. K. Journal of the Geological Society of India. Datta Gupta.. and Srivastava.. Chatterjee. Oct. and Bhardwaj. Assessing the intraplate origin for subduction zone mega-thrust earthquake with special reference to 2004 Sumatra event MW = 9. K. Mumbai. 2. 2011. Indian School of Mines. Alabama USA.6. Hyderabad.3. Int. India. Y. Abstract in Int.P. 2010. Paul. Dhanbad. P. S. India (CDROM). Memoir. Evaluation of low resistivity reservoirs: a case study from Cambay Basin Oil Fields. 3. 2011.... India (CDROM).3. S. USA. May 17-21. Int.. Coalbed and Shale Gas Symp. Chatterjee.3. U.

Present seismotectonic status of the Central Himalaya. P. Non-linear Processes in Geophysics (AGU). Meena. Mondal. K. Assessment of seismicity and generation of seismic hazard curve in the central part of India. 2011. p.. U. 2011. Khan. Mohanty. R. K. Khan. International conference ICON GSECCES-2010. IIT Roorkee. P. S. Dhanbad. West Bengal. 17. Subduction Margin Mega-Earthquake: An Enigma in Plate Dynamics. M. K. S. P. International seminar on 'Recent advances in geosciences'. Singh. Banaras Hindu University.. Fractal Correlation Dimension Analysis to identify precursory pattern prior to 15th July 2009 New Zealand 51 2... Tiwari. 2011.. K. and Kumar. 12. 2010. S. K. P. 5. Shukla. K. Singh. Climate and Evolution of Human Society. S. K. 6576. K. Int.. P. Seminar on 'Earthquake Engineering (14SEE)'. Seminar on Recent Advances in Geosciences. National Conference on 'Rock deformation and structure'. N. G. 13. Role of plate obliquity and lithosphere geometry behind the occurrences of moderate to great earthquakes along the Myanmar-Andaman. Seminar on Recent Advances in Geosciences. P. U. Hyderabad. Khan. 178-181. Mandal. K. 8. Indian School of Mines.6. p. and Khan. P. K. A. 53. 2011. Singh. Dhanbad. 11. B. 2010. p.7. R. P. ISM. Jharkhand. Kolkata. International seminar on 'Recent advances in geosciences'. Neural Network and Neuro-fuzzy in modeling of non-linear geophysical well logs data. 50-51. International Conference on Geophysical Sciences: Energy. K. H. p. and Chakraborty. Automatic source identification of potential fields using wavelets optimization method-A case study from coal field area. Int.Sumatra subduction margin. Singh.. 82-85. BHU.. 8 October 2005 North Pakistan Earthquake: An Appraisal. Prabhat Kumar and Mukherjee. Inversion of 2-Dimensional DC Resistivity Data using Rapid Optimization and Minimal Complexity Neural Network. Varanasi. 2011. 3. Uttrakhand. and Roy. 9. Varanasi. Roorkee. and Singh.. Jharkhand.3. K. 2010. 10. 2010. Jadavpur University. Dhanbad.5 Paper presented in national seminars 1. and Singh. AGU-Chapman conference. S.. Indian School of Mines. Khan.. . U. Department of Earthquake Engineering. Dhanbad. 2010. Automatic identification of stratigraphy via fuzzy inference system. A. ISM. U.

P. and Singh. K. O. P. 7. ISM. R. International Seminar on 'Recent Advances in Geosciences' ISM Dhanbad. Varanasi. S-5.. International Symposium 'The 2011 Bhuj earthquake and Advances in Earthquake Science (AES-2011)'. 11-13 January 2011. Banaras Hindu University. D. 11-13 January 2011. P. 2010. Dhanbad. Mohanty. IGU. Sharan. Singh. p. S. p.Energy. Fractal nature of earthquake occurrence in South Central Tibet. P. SYMPOSIA. A. 2010. Roy. Dhanbad. Feb 17-18. Gandhinagar. and Ram. CONFERENCES ORGANISED BY THE DEPT/CENTRE (i) International seminar on 'Recent Advances in Geoscience' (RAG-11). Climate Change and Evolution of Human Society' (ICON GSECCES-2010). 2011. and Tiwari. 5.. Department of Mechanical Engg. 8. December 21-23. S. S. Proc. Innovative and creativity for business excellence. & Mining Machinery Engg. 5. Exp 02/01/104. 22-24 January 2011. Roy. P. Proceedings of International Conference on 'Geophysical Sciences. Development of convolution model for multiple generations and corresponding filter design for its removal. 52 . 2010. Singh. pp. N. U. WORKSHOPS.earthquake (Mw-7. Dhanbad. 50. H. Neural Network and Neuro-fuzzy in modelling of highly Non-linear Geophysical well logs Data-A comparison. ISM. Harihar. 2011. Roy. 177-182. P. Proc. 2010.3. 2011. Non Conventional Resources' August 8. N. and Mondal. K. K. 2010. 2010 5. Dehradun. (ii) Workshop on 'Conventional vs. Jan 11-13. Proc. and Roy. 2011.7 SEMINARS. 86-90. Japan. National Seminar on 'Drills & Drilling-An update'. S. pp.. ISM. pp. N. K. India. 182-186.3. ISR. Sept. Proc. Seismogenic hazard estimation of the Kumaun Himalaya and its surrounding region using different fractal approach. 6. 32. Department of Geophysics. R.8). S.8 PARTICIPATION OF THE FACULTY/OFFICERS/STAFF IN SEMINARS/ CONFERENCES 1. 4. C2. S. International Seminar on 'Recent Advances in Geosciences' ISM Dhanbad. N.. 23-24.. Fractal Approach for Spatio-temporal pattern of earthquakes in Kobe.

31 October . Dhanbad. National Conference on 'Rock deformation and structure'. International Symposium on 'The Bhuj earthquake and advances in earthquake science'. P. New Delhi 6. N. PETROTECH-2010. P. Mumbai 5. ITALY (SIXWEEKS). Dhanbad.K. April 13. Indian School of Mines. rd 53 .P.. Singha Roy. 2011. 3 Indian mineral congress & exhibition on 'Turnaround in mineral indents: A role of CSR'. P. Singha Roy. Mohanty. Climate Change and Evolution of Human Society' (ICON GSECCES-2010) December 21-23.3 November 2010. ISM Dhanbad. 2011. 9 . Purpose: as Junior Associate (2010). R. 4. P. 5. International Conference on 'Geophysical Sciences.K. R. U. Jharkhand.K. 2010. India. West Bengal. 12. Workshop on responsible mines through corporate Social responsibility.N. ISM. Khan. Feb. TREISTE. Jadavpur Univer. Khan. 8. Conference on 'Unconventional Sources of Fossil Fuels and Carbon Management' Gujarat Energy Research and Management Institute 7. Department of Geophysics. Rima Chatterjee. Khan.10 September 2010. Institute of Seismological Research. International Seminar on 'Recent Advances in Geosciences'. Kolkata.2. P. 10. Department of Applied Geophysics. P. N. Department of Geophysics. 11. Gandhinagar. Dhanbad. ICTP. Banaras Hindu University.Energy. International Seminar on 'Recent Advances in Geosciences'. International Conference on 'Geophysical Sciences: Energy.9 VISIT OF THE FACULTY MEMBERS ABROAD (i). Int. Rima Chatterjee. IORS-2010. Varanasi. P.3. ISM. Khan. P. during 11-13 January 2011 5. Climate and Evolution of Human Society'. Singha Roy. Varanasi. P. Rima Chatterjee. 3.K. Banaras Hindu University. 9. Gujarat. Mohanty.

3. Lahiry. C. Jan. Elena Yu. Olga O.K. V. U. MBA basin. Shrikant Dr. Hyderabad NGRI. 11-13. California. Aptikaev Dr. P. Sain Dr. ONGC Kolkata Sri Animesh Sahay. Asset Manager Mumbai High and President SPG. D. CMPDI. Jan. 2010 Chief Guest in Valedictory programme of Workshop on August 8. USA Russian Academy of Science. USGS. Hyderabad NGRI. Pandey Dr. Mandal Dr. Dhiman. Moscow Reliance Industries Limited NGRI. P. Sahasrh Budhe.A. Executive Director.10 DISTINGUISHED VISITORS TO THE SCHOOL (INCLUDING PURPOSE/OCCASION) Sri Apurba Saha. C. Mooney Dr.S. 11-13. Dimri. Director (R&D and T). Shamita Das Dr. Erteleva Dr. U. India Shri D. Saha 54 . 2010 Chief Guest in Inaugural programme of International Seminar RAG-2011. P. 2011 Guest of Honour in International Seminar RAG-2011. 2010 Guest of Honour in All India Student Interaction Programme during August 6 to 8. Sokolova Dr. G. Jan. Moscow Russian Academy of Science. Walter D. 2011 Oxford University. Basin Manager. Chairman. Oxford. BCCL Chief Guest in All India Student Interaction Programme during August 6 to 8. HAG+ CSIR Scientist. S. O. 2011 Chief Guest in Valedictory programme of International Seminar RAG-2011. Felix F. 11-13. Michael Pasyanos Dr. CMD. Ranchi Padma Shri Prof. Eileen Virgino Dr. USA Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Chandra Dr. Moscow Russian Academy of Science. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. K. CGWB Prof. NGRI Sri T. Menlo Park. Hyderabad CGWB CGWB Dr.5. P.

2011. Dimri. National Working Group Member of International Geoscience Correlation Programme IGCP (582) on Hydro physical Processes and features: Impacts. Ph. Assessment of Career Advancement of CSIR scientist and Projects.3. Nagpur on 4th and 5th Oct. Involved in Consultancy Project on Application of remote sensing in environment Assessment and Management of JSPL Project at Godda Jharkhand. 2. Jagdev Singh memorial lecture delivered by Mr.3. V.11 SPECIAL LECTURES BY DISTINGUISHED GUESTS 1. 5. D. Hyderabad. 4. General Manager. The Department of Applied Geophysics felicitated Padma Shri V. 55 . Mumbai.12 MISCELLANEOUS Prof.5. 2010. NGRI for his contribution in Science and Technology. April 6. Attended first Meeting at GSI. Srivastava 1. Hazard and Management 2010-14. The Department expressed its gratitude to Sri Apurba Saha. Sar. President SPG India for the contributions to the student activities during the International Seminar RAG-2011 Jan 11-13..K. 3. 2011. ONGC. examiners of BHU Varanasi/ Osmania Univ.D. P.

M. Tech. ISB Hyderabad. statistics. time series analysis and industrial statistics.5. D. The first batch of 5years M. applications of numerical analysis and computer techniques in celestial mechanics and astronomy. Larsen & Turbo. Statistics and Computing. and M. (Mathematics & Computing). Wipro. operations research. non linear dynamics and chaos modelling.. Sc. 2 years M. The Department provides a conducive atmosphere for research activities to its faculty members and research students. complex analysis. The Department runs academic programmes such as Ph. Almost all faculty members of the department have research projects sponsored by CSIR. fuzzy topology and fuzzy automata. D. Till date.. Sc. integrated students passed out in 2011. M. pseudo differential operator and integral transforms. This society provides a platform to our students and faculties to exchange their ideas within and outside ISM. astrophysics and algebra. the Department offers various mathematics. 52 scholars have obtained Ph. Phil. The Department acquired an independent status in 1989. ground water. TCS. computational fluid dynamics. Besides these programmes. Manganese Ore of Indian Young Scientist Award. optimization techniques. The research contributions of the faculties have won the recognition of the scientific community in the form of prestigious National Mineral Award. students are well placed in various software/ R&D/ academic institutions like Cognizant. Accenture. UGC and DST. and Samsung. Phil. students of other engineering and science departments of the institute. software reliability. 'Society of Department of Applied Mathematics' (SAM). Sc. magneto hydrodynamics.4 APPLIED MATHEMATICS The Department of Applied Mathematics was established in 1926 at the time of inception of Indian School of Mines and was known as Department of Physics and Mathematics. Tech. The department has published more than five hundred papers in various Indian and foreign Journals of repute. (Mathematics & Computing) and 5 years integrated M. with 100% placement. It has 17 dedicated faculties with expertise in various fields of Mathematics. The M. students are well placed in academic institutions / R&D organisations and occupying high positions. D. The Ph. Sc. degrees. (Applied Mathematics). The department has a society. in Applied Mathematics and Applied Statistics. statistics and computer papers to B. statistical inference. The Department has earned fame in research areas of theoretical seismology. 56 . Subarna Sashibhusan Bhattacharya Memorial Award and Michael Madhusudan Award. fluid dynamics.

. 2011 that are both structurally and dynamically complex. and to examine a non-trophic interaction.85. Mukherjee Dr. Singh ` 6.280/- 29th May 2008 5th May 2011 Published some problems related to the project Initiated the study of current literature to meet the objective. P.N. 800/- Modelling the dynamics nature of ecological complexity: A mathematical and stochastic approach Prof. (b) rate of fish predation and (c) the spatial heterogeneity. Ongoing Ongoing Project fellow appointed One dimensional analytical model obtained with presence and absence of the pollution at the source in aquifer system Study of analytical approach of unsteady groundwater flow modelling. M. G. R. P. Chattopadhyay (Co-PI) To solve problems of wave 1st Feb. Singh (Co-PI) 28th Feb.K. (Mrs. B. Useful results were obtained for applications in the areas of astrophysics.05. S.300/- Prof.1 BRIEF LIST OF ON-GOING R & D PROJECTS Project Value Date of Date of Commencement Completion Project Title Status Ongoing DST Sponsoring Coordinator(s) Agency Objective Findings Wave propagation in anisotropic media Prof.65.4.000/- Effect of seismic wave propagation due to anisotropic nature of the earth To develop a realistic model of the 30th August 2007 30th March 2012 earth through the study of seismic wave propagation Theoretical investigation of 1st April 2008 31st March 2011 problems of astrophysical & geophysical interest and fluid engineering Completed 2nd Feb. Pal (PI). S. Upadhyay (PI) Prof. G. C. Completed The spatiotemporal dynamics of an aquatic system is governed by: (a) intensity of interference between the zoo-plankton.2013 Study of few inventory models To study the analytical approach of unsteady groundwater flow in aquifer through mathematical modelling. Prof. Chattopadhyay (PI) Prof. 2013 propagation in anisotropic and inhomogeneous elastic media Ongoing A paper on torsional wave propagation presented in a national seminar. 2011 2nd Feb.800/- 1st Feb.85. A. Seth UGC ` 6.64.) B.K. A. 57 UGC ` 7.K. Rajhans (PI) Prof.2010 31st Jan.000/Ongoing A theoretical study of the problems of magnetohydrodynamic flow of a viscous incompressible electrically conducting fluid in a rotating medium Prof.50. Pal (Co-PI) ` 24.C. Gupta (Co-PI) ` 9. geophysics and fluid engineering Theoretical seismology UGC UGC ` 6.800/- UGC UGC ` 6. 2008 To design different model systems 27th Feb. 2010 Wave propagation in anisotropic and inhomogeneous elastic media Prof.26.5. 2014 1st Feb. A study on an inventory system model Prof.

N. 2012 To develop a theory of pseudodifferential operators using the technique of Hankel transform. S. 2009 31st March 2012 To develop some estimators Ongoing Three papers have been accepted for publication. Prasad ` 5.000/- 1st April 2008 31st March 2011 To develop software reliability models Completed Various software reliability models were developed. 2013 Linear and nonlinear stability of Equilibrium point in modified RTBP Ongoing 58 Formulation of model and equation of motion are over . B.26. Contribution to the sampling using auxiliary information CSIR 1st May 2010 30th April 2013 To study the fuzzy automata based on higher order fuzzy sets by using topology and category theory 31st Jan. Upadhyaya (Retd. S P. S.SERC fast track Analysis of effective scheme for young stability around the scientist in equilibrium points in the physical sciences generalised photogravitational Chermnykh -like problem 4th October. L. 1st Feb. S. A. 2010 3rd October. Tiwari ` 9.84. operation research and fuzzy mathematics in development of software reliability models Dr.51.300/- Ongoing Characterized Fuzzy automata based on lattice-ordered monoids with algebraic and topological aspects. Pseudo-differential operators associated with Bessel operator on Gevrey spaces Dr. Kushvah ` 12.000/- 1st Feb. Chatterjee and Prof.86.41. and to investigate solutions of certain cylindrical boundary value problems.000/` 8.Some studies on the application of stochastic process. 2009 Ongoing Some new results and three papers published and three papers communicated DST.800/- UGC ` 7.) Dr. Chatterjee UGC Dr. Fuzzy automata and languages: a topological and categorical approach UGC Dr.

Collaborative Scientific research works. R. K.5. A. Vinoba Bhave Collaborative Scientific research works. University. Nature of Interaction Collaborative Scientific research works. Mathematics Group. Iraq King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. R. Faculty of Science. BHU. M. Applied Mathematics and Computational Science. Henan. Biological and Agricultural Engineering. Hazaribag Prof. France School of Computer and Information Engineering. Lucknow University. Upadhyay Université de Lyon. of Maths.4. Texas A and M University. S. S. Lucknow Department of Mathematics. Varanasi Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. Varanasi Dr. K. S. BITS Pilani. Tiwari Banaras Hindu University. R. College of Science. Pathak 59 . P. Prasad Banaras Hindu University Collaborative research work on theoretical Computer Collaborative Scientific research works. Seth Deptt. Henan University. USA Dr.2 IMPORTANT COLLABORATIVE WORK Organisation/laboratory Prof. Singh Department of Mathematics & Astronomy. Collaborative Scientific research works. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Scientific research and Development of Mathematical techniques under joint research activity Scientific research and Development of Mathematical techniques under joint research activity Scientific research and Development of Mathematical techniques under joint research activity Collaborative research Work with Prof. University of Baghdad. India Dr.. P. Kaifeng. G. China Department of Mathematics. Collaborative Scientific research works.

pp. Spiegel. 2. 7. pp.5. of Appl. MHD Natural Convection Flow Past an Impulsively Moving Vertical Plate with Ramped Wall Temperature in the Presence of Thermal Diffusion with Heat Absorption. 47. Mech. A. A. Appl. Int. Contaminant Transport in Unsteady Groundwater Flow: Analytical Solutions. Gupta.. A.K.3. 4. Chattopadhyay. Md. 2..4. Effect of point source and heterogeneity on the propagation of SH waves. Appl.. 2010. J.. Chattopadhyay.2 Papers published in International Journals 1. 2010. Germany. Science & Technology.K. Chattopadhyay. and Singh. and Singh. and Singh. G. 24-42. 1. Spellman..45. S. S. R. Seth. Ansari. S. 3. Vol. P. 2010. 76-89. P. and Nandkeolyar. M. Gupta. P. 2010. J. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. 199-215. pp. A. Ansari.. Math & Mech. S. 5. Schiller. Sharma. Lipschutz.. Gupta. 27. Vol.. S. Int. S.. and Ansari. S. S. 6 (9). Mech. K. A. K. 6. Math. International Journal of Engineering. S. No. A. 2010. Singh. 2010. New Delhi. J. S. Dispersion of shear waves in an irregular magnetoelastic self-reinforced layer sandwiched between two isotropic half-spaces.1 Books Published 1. . V. Md. pp. Appl. A. (Schaum's Outline Series Special Indian Edition) Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Limited. pp. 'Complex Variables'.. 5. pp. Adv.3. J. Sharma.. R.. Vol. Chattopadhyay. V. No. 7. Seth. A.3 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 5. Int. 2010. and Kumari.J.4. 2010. International Journal of Theoretical & Applied Mechanics.. S. No. and Nandkeolyar.K. 1. Singh. G.. D. S... and Gupta.. Math. 5. 6. 116-126. R.4. No. Md. Gupta. P. 15. 60 2.1. International Journal of Solids & Structures. and Kumari. Seth. 286-302. The dispersion of shear wave in multilayered magneto-elastic self-reinforced media. Unsteady Hydromagnetic Couette Flow within Porous Plates in a Rotating System. 1317-1324. No.. M. 2010. 3. G. Mech.. Chattopadhyay. pp. Effects of irregularity and anisotropy on the propagation of SH waves. V. Unsteady Hydromagnetic Couette Flow Induced due to Accelerated Movement of one of the Porous Plates of the Channel in a Rotating System. Sahu. 2. S. Engng.

S. S. No. B. Sci. 63-71. Vol. Math. Influence of irregularity and rigidity on the propagation of torsional wave. 5. S. D.. 2010. Md. 481-492. 2010. 15. S. and Ansari. Vol. Seth. 2011. Md. 31(4). Effect of irregularity on the propagation of torsional surface waves in an initially stressed anisotropic poro-elastic layer. Chattopadhyay. 5. G. 551-561. 2011. Ansari. Ansari. pp.8. vol. 14. 10. Engng. 805-816. B.. 1. pp. P. Pal. DOI: 10. and Ansari.. R.. 47. 2010. G. Vol. and Kundu. Seth. 54. J. No. Md. 61 . Combined free and forced convection flow in a rotating channel with arbitrary conducting walls.. and Nandkeolyar. & Engng. P. R. 13. S. 243-252. S. pp. Vol.. Int. 17. pp. 3. 2. and Sen. 16. 2. Sci. R. Applied Mathematics & Mechanics. Unsteady hydromagnetic flow within a Porous channel. G. 765-779. Chattopadhyay. 9. Seth. 2010. & Tech. 7-14. Ansari.. Modelling. A. C. and Nandkeolyar. S. 11.K. Vol. 1. S. 12. Mahto. 2010. Unsteady Hartmann flow in a rotating channel with arbitrary conducting walls. 14. 1-16. Reflection and refraction of plane waves in randomly stratified media. 184-197. Vol. and Majhi. No. & Tech. S. Md. Tamkang J. No. International Journal of Theoretical & Applied Mechanics. R. Ansari. pp.. S. J. Nandkeolyar.1007/s10483-010-0408-9. & Engng. C. No.. N. G.. S. No. Tamkang J. pp. 5. pp. Applied Mathematical Sciences. pp. Engng. Hartmann Flow in a Rotating System in the Presence of Inclined Magnetic Field with Hall Effects. and Nandkeolyar. S. 2011. vol. 2010. Int. Reflection and Refraction of Waves in a Frictionally Bonded Interface of layered anisotropic Elastic Half Spaces. S. MHD natural convection flow with radiative heat transfer past a impulsively moving plate with ramped wall temperature. Seth. Sci. Md. Gupta. R. Sci. Md. Unsteady MHD convective flow within a parallel plate rotating channel with thermal source/sink in a porous medium under slip boundary conditions. 4. and Nandkeolyar. 13. Heat Mass Transfer. A. & Comp.. vol. S. 17. 2010. S. No. 3. pp. G. 11. G. Pal. 367-374. and Sen. Seth. R. Nandkeolyar. Seth. Advances in Theoretical & Applied Mathematics.. Gupta. Vol.

Int. Gupta. 21. 11.. Upadhyay. Applied Mathematics & Mechanics. S. and Majhi. 39. Study of Fuzzy-Ahp model to search the criteria in the evaluation of the best technical Institutions: A case study. R. 6 (11). 23. International Journal of Bifurcation & Chaos. 361-375. R. 1. No. V.. V. Wang. 2 (7). 5(5). and Rai. 18. D. J. N. and Priyanka. K. Effect of rigid boundary on propagation of torsional surface waves in porous elastic layer. W.K. D. J. Mathematical modeling of Natural Phenomena. K. Vol. Gupta. Vol. Spatiotemporal dynamics in a spatial plankton system. 2010. S. 2011. S.. and Thakur.K. 2010. Diffusion-driven instabilities and spatiotemporal patterns in an aquatic predator-prey system with Beddington . A. 2010. 3264-3281. Chattopadhyay. 26. pp. pp. B.DeAngelis type functional response. Vol. 2010. 2010. Estimation of population mean at current occasion in presence of several varying auxiliary variates in two-occasion successive sampling. A.K. No.. 7(3).. Gupta. pp. G. R. S. K. R. Upadhyay. Propagation of torsional surface waves in gravitating anisotropic porous half space with rigid boundary.K. 2010. P. 2010. 101-121. Thakur. International Journal of Engineering Science & Technology. 50-62. Effect of Initial Stress on Propagation of Love Waves in an Anisotropic Porous Layer. pp. 2010. 217-244. 1-22. Chatterjee. Chattopadhyay. Vol. Singh. and Upadhyay. K. and Mukherjee. pp. Nonlinear Analysis: modelling & Control. N. Statistics in Transition-new series. 20. Some imputation methods to minimize the effect of non-response in two-occasion rotation patterns. of Appl. 17-25. pp. Vol. Parshad. and Gupta. Vol. 27. Vol.. 327 . K. Investigation of long time dynamics of a diffusive three species aquatic model. . R. D. Math & Mech. pp.338. Vol. 32(3). 105-126. 24. 25. vol. Upadhyay. S. N. Dynamics of Partial Differential Equations. Kundu.N. Singh. Raw. pp. Communications in Statistics-Theory & Methods. No. A.. 2499-2510.K. 22. Vol.18. and Rai. 21(3). 15(3). 2. A. 2010. and Karna. 62 19. Dynamical complexities in a tritrophic hybrid food chain model with Holling type II and Crawley-Martin functional responses. and Majhi. Journal of Solid Mechanics. D. 1.. G. Chattopadhyay. N.

. N. 3.1309-1315. International Journal of Academic Research.. Jaiswal. International Journal of Engineering Science & Technology. B. Vol. DOI: 10. Vol. Engineering Mechanics. S. and Mandal. Journal of Mathematics & Technology. Journal of Fuzzy Mathematics. B. Nigam. 75-80. Prediction of software reliability using Fuzzy ARIMA model. K. B. pp. Journal of Mathematics & Technology. M. Mahato. and Mukherjee.. Solute Transport along Temporally and Spatially Dependent flows through Horizontal Semiinfinite Media: Dispersion being proportional to square of velocity. 2010. B.. K. Natural Science (Scient ific Research). K. 1. Mukherjee. 30. Singh. and Mandal. . D. 2.10.4236/ns. J.0000177.28. J. 35. A study of the application of fuzzy analytic hierarchical process (FAHP) in the ranking of Indian Banks. International Journal of Academic Research. M. B. Cardassian Expansion of the New Standard Model of the Universe. and Singh. 19. Singh. 3. B. No. K. K. N. 36. K. Mukherjee. M. 2010. pp. 31. and Upadhyaya. 186-192. V. pp.. pp. and Mandal. No. 2011. B. P. 3.2011. Vol. Numerical Study of Gravitational Lensing Focusing on the Differential Optical Depth and Lens-Redshift. 2010.0000312. B. 2010. Longitudinal Dispersion with Constant Source Concentration along Unsteady Groundwater Flow in Finite Aquifer: Analytical Solution with Pulse Type Boundary Condition. No. V ol. 2010. N. 34. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering. pp.. Vol. and Singh. Singh. B.1943-7889. 2010. Vol.33025. Chatterjee. 32. 16. K. Chatterjee. 2011. Study of Gravitational Lensing Constraints on the exponential Cardassian Model Based on the FriedmannRobertson-Walker (FRW) Equation.K. Vol.2 63 29.1061/(ASCE)HE. P. doi:10. 81-86. Kumar. 2 (7). Kumar. No. 2011.1943-5584. Mukherjee. D. Singh.136. 101-106. No. K. P. and Mandal. pp. 2511-2520. L. No.1061/(ASCE)EM. and Singh. A. 33. 2. pp228-238. Two Dimensional Solute Dispersion with Time Dependent Source Concentration in finite Aquifer. 4. pp. Mukherjee. Study of Gravitational Lensing Constraints on the Cardassian Model Based on the FriedmannRobertsonWalker (FRW) Equation. S. 143-150. DOI: 10. B.

Math. 6. Chatterjee. Srivastava. S. Vol. N. B.. and Upadhyaya. Funct. Vol. R. P. Vol. Upadhyaya. 25. 332(1). and Singh. 120. pp.. The Bessel Wavelet Transform. The Pseudo-Differential Operator on some Ultradifferentiable function spaces. Prasad. Canadian Journal on Computer Science Mathematics. Nigam. B. S. S. S.. N. pp. Astrophysics & Space Science. 99-106. M. and Upadhyaya. 2010.. Int. and Kumar. pp. Continuity of PseudoDifferential Operator Involving Hankel Translation and Hankel Convolution on some Gevrey Spaces. and Dixit. N. Vol. 2011. no. 5 (2). Math. Nigam.37. A. Astrophysics & Space Science. . Singh. 41. 33 . 2173-2189. S. 1-14. L. 5 (44). S. 2011. A. 1237-1243. J. L. S. Vol. B. 44.. A.P. 2010. 46. Mahato. J. Anal.K. pp. L. Math. Vol. and Kumar.. Prasad. Prasad. 40. Singh. On Pseudo-Differential Operators Involving Hankel Transform. 333 (1). H.37. K. and Yadav. M. Singh. 47.. M. A generalized family of transformed Ratio Product Estimators in sample surveys. DOI:10. 21(6). Improve Ratio and Product Exponential type estimators. Chatterjee. Forum. and Yadav. S. 5(2). Int. Kushvah.. 49-59. On Pseudo-Differential Operator Associated with Bessel Operator. 465-477. A. Integral Transforms Spec. Transfer Function Modeling in Software Reliability. Kushvah. N. P. A. A. 120-125. 2011. 39. Prasad. On another decomposition of fuzzy automata. Int. Trajectories of $L_4$ and Lyapunov Characteristic Exponents in the Generalized Photogravitational Chermnykh-Like Problem. B. 5.. 43. S. 2011. Journal of Uncertain Systems. 2011. Journal of Statistical Theory & Practice. Trajectory and stability of Lagrangian point L2 in the Sun-Earth system. 2011. Model assisted statistics & Application. J. pp. 48. 45.. Contemp.M. 6. 31(2). Vol. Upadhyaya. A.. 2010. International Journal of Modeling & Simulation. pp. 87-97. pp.. J. 2011. Best Subset Selection of ARMA and ARIMA Models for Software Reliability Estimation. 2011.1007/s10509-010-0493-9. Chatterjee. Sci. Singh. 64 38. L. R. 1(3). H. V. 92(1). Prasad. 33-48. and Tiwari. 2011. Computing. 42. Chatterjee.

On the use of super-population model in two. K. 3. 'Effects of radiation and rotation on MHD free convection flow past an impulsively started plate embedded in porous medium with ramped wall temperature'. Chattopadhyay. Multi-objective higher-order symmetric duality involving generalized cone-invex functions. 64. 65 . 11-13.49. J. pp. Ind. P. 2010. V.4 Papers Presented in International Conferences 1. Jayswal. G. Chattopadhyay. Seth. G. A. No. S. A. 2. G. 2 5. Methods & Applications. of Agricultural Statistics. 413-421. 2011 (RAG-2011). Jour. 2010. 3. & Sharma. Singh. pages 91-99. S. International Congress of Mathematicians. Seth. pages 174-77. International Conference on Recent Advances in Geomechanics. 19-27 August 2010. of Agricultural Statistics. N. International Congress of Mathematicians. 616-625. 74. 3. 5.4. Vol. 5. 'On the Propagation of SH-type waves in elastic isotropic and homogeneous media sandwiched by elastic inhomogeneous media'. N. 4. Soc.K. 19-27 August 2010. and Karna. 'Love wave propagation in an irregular layer over a monoclinic half-space'. Use of imputation methods in twooccasion successive sampling. 'Unsteady Hydromagnetics flow in a rotating channel with perfectly conducting walls'. Hyderabad. 'Propagation of G type waves in a homogeneous isotropic layer over a non homogeneous isotropic half-space'. 64. K. D. P. pp. 3187-3192. 11-13. Nonlinear Analysis: Theory. 1927 August 2010.4. Gupta. Jan. International Conference on Recent Advances in Geomechanics.occasion rotation patterns. C. P. 50. No.3. and Priyanka. A. and Jayswal. A. Pal.3 Papers Published in National Journals 1. 60. Hyderabad. Higher-order duality for nondifferentiable minimax programming problem with generalized convexity. Hyderabad. Jour. Vol. 423-438. Jan. Singh. Soc. 2010. Ind. International Congress of Mathematicians. & Kumari. 2011 (RAG-2011). 2011. Computers & Mathematics with Applications. and Mandal.3. S. India. G.

2010. Control and Computation. Proceedings of International Seminar on Recent Advances in Geosciences.. D. 'Solute Transport Model with Transient Groundwater Flow in Homogeneous Semi-infinite Aquifer: Analytical Solution'. P...K. L. January 11 . P. 14. Chatterjee. 13. R. Information. N. Hyderabad Spatiotemporal pattern formation in a spatial plankton model with self and cross diffusion around two bifurcation points. presented in ICPQROM. India. S. and Yadav. of Int. Varanasi. B. K. 'Application of Single Multiplicative Neuron Model in Software Reliability Analysis'. 'Torsional body forces in a Kelvin-Voigt-type viscoelastic half space'. Jammu. J. 2011. A. S. and Upadhyay. 2011. Bioinformatics and Computer Analysis.. Hyderabad. S. Proc. Jammu University.. M. and Kundu. Chattopadhyay.6. and Majhi. K. S. March 8 . 2011. S. Upadhyay. D. H. Singh. Gupta. Chatterjee. 9. 66 7. 10. N. Pal. S. S.. Singh. Pal. P. 19-27 August 2010. N. 2011. Presented in 19th IEEE workshop pm Nonlinear Dynamics in Electronic Systems. BHU. Upadhyay. and Ahamad. C. 7-8 Feb. C. Proc. of Int. Mahato. Chattopadhyay. Singh. 'Spatio-temporal dynamics and pattern formation in aquatic predator prey systems.type waves due to Shearing stress discontinuity in a visco-elastic layered half-space'. L. B. N. International Conference on Logic. and Mandal. 2011. R. 25-27 February 2011..13. Seminar on Recent Advances in Geosciences (RAG-2011). Chatterjee. Tamilnadu. A.. S. 2011. . H. 'G type seismic waves propagation in an isotropic layer over a transversely isotropic half-space under initial stress'. 'A Note on the disturbance of SH. 'Estimation of Finite Population Mean Using Supplementary Information'.' In ICM. ICB. 11. International Congress of Mathematicians. 8-10 Dec. Bayesian Techniques. Nigam.13. 5-8 Jan. 12. ISM Dhanbad. K. R. Seminar on Recent Advances in Geosciences (RAG-2011). New Delhi. 8. Sampling Theory. New trend in life testing. L. Development and Applications of statistics in emerging Areas of Science & Technology. 'A Class of Estimators of Population variance Using Auxiliary Information in Sample Surveys'. Gupta. 'Love wave propagation in an elastic layer with void pores under rigid boundary'.. Upadhyay. and Yadav. Dhanbad. 11-13 Jan. January 11 . and Sen. ISM Dhanbad. Kolkata.11. Singh. P. ISM.

. India. SMIT. India Habibat Centre. 'The Satellite Conference of ICM 2010 on Mathematics and Science and Technology'. K. 2011. 19-27 August 2010. 3. 26thAnnual Conference of the Mathematical Society. SMIT. First National Conference on Mathematical Sciences (ICAMS 2011). 18. Mukherjee. S. Seth. 4.4.H. Hyderabad.15. March 11-13. 5. P. Tamilnadu. 19-27 August 2010. Mahato. C. B. March 26 26. Rao. Kushvah. B. Hyderabad. 16. 'The 38th COSPAR Scientific Assembly'. N. 11 . 19.25 July 2010. 2011. Singh. Bremen. and Ahamad. 67 2. held at the Congress Center. S. New Delhi. Pal. 2011. Sikkim. 'Efficiency of Direct Parallel Algorithm Applied to Thermohydrodynamic Lubrication'. 2010. Rao. 'A Thermohydro dynamic Analysis of a Tilted Pad Slider Bearing with Heat Conduction to the Pad'.. 'Unsteady MHD Couette flow of class-II of a viscous incompressible electrically conducting fluid in rotating system'. Prasad. Kalasalingam University. International Congress of Mathematicians. 'On the torsional vibration of a Rigid Disc Embedded in a Transversely Isotropic Elastic Half. SMIT. . 15-17 August 2010. Sikkim. Germany. K. 'Solute Transport Modeling of Time-Dependent Solute Concentration with Mixed type Boundary Condition: Analytical Solution'.involving Hankel translation and Hankel Convolution on some Gervrey spaces'. 28-29. First National th th Conference on Applied Mathematical Science (1st ICAMS-2011).Space'. G. A.U. P.5 Papers presented in National Seminars/Conferences 1.3. P. S. International Congress of Mathematicians. Department of Mechanical Engineering. First National Conference on Mathematical Sciences (ICAMS 2011). 'Continuity of Pseudo-Differential operator. Nov. S. B. S. Sikkim. M. 17. 'Multi-criteria Decision-making Methods: An Application for Optimal Estimation of Diseases Parameter in Coal-Belt Area'. International Conference on Thermal Energy & Environment. 18 . S. Kushvah. March 11-13.13 March 2011. Varanasi. B.

Science and Technology' Reviewer of following International Journals: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Meccanica Journal of Vibration and Control International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences International Journal of Engineering. March 11-13. B. S.) University of Kalyani (W.) Vinoba Bhave University (Jharkhand) 3) Delivered an invited talk at First National Conference on Mathematical Sciences (ICAMS 2011). Science and Technology Prof. 2) 3) Applied Mathematics Disaster Advances Guest Editor of 'International Journal of Engineering. A. 2011. P.5. G.D. Sikkim 68 .4.4 MAJOR ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTIONS Prof. SMIT. Chattopadhyay 1) Editorial board member of the following International journals: i. Seth 1) Reviewer of the following International Journals: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) 2) International Journal of Physical Sciences International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics International Journal of Thermal Science International Journal of Energy and Technology Examiner of Ph. thesis of following Universities: (i) (ii) (iii) University of Lucknow (U. ii.

P. G.Simulation and Computation Mathematical and Computer Modeling of Dynamical Systems . K. (i) (ii) (iii Dr. A. Prasad Reviewer of International Journal 'Applied Mathematics' 69 International Journal of System Science Communications in Statistics . N. K. Pal Reviewer of 'International Journal of Engineering. Singh Reviewer of the following International Journals: (i) (ii) Advances in water Resources (AWR) International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology Dr.C. R. Science and Technology' Prof. Singh Reviewer of the following International Journals: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Hacettepe Journal of Mathematics and Statistics Pakistan Journal of Statistics Canadian Journal of Statistics Model Assisted Statistics and Application Prof. Chatterjee Reviewer of. M. Upadhyay Reviewer of the following International Journals: (i) (ii) (iii) Nonlinear analysis: Modeling & Control Nonlinear analysis: A real world applications Chaos Solitans & Fractals Dr. S.Prof.

B.18 .S. 2011 SMIT. Kalasaligam University. Seth Prof. 2011 Nov. Mukherjee Dr.K. K. 2011 & Environment. 2010 HICC Hyderabad HICC Hyderabad Tirupathi.27. C.13. P. Seth Prof. Gupta Prof. A Chattopadhyay Prof. Seminar on Recent Advances in Geosciences (RAG-2011) Duration Jan. Upadhyay Prof. G. Prasad Dr. 7-8.K. 2010 ISM Dhanbad SMIT.13. International Congress on Productivity. Singh Jan.Rao Dr. C. 19-27.5. P. India 70 . Optimization and Modeling (ICPQROM) International Congress of Mathematicians 2010 International Congress of Mathematicians 2010 Workshop on Vedic Mathematics and special reference to astronomy Sep. S. 2010 ISM Dhanbad BHU Varanasi Indian Habitat Center New Delhi Dr.S. 2011 Aug. M. Pal Prof. 19 . Sikkim Jan. R. 2011 19th IEEE workshop pm Nonlinear Dynamics March 8-11.26. Majitar.13. March 24-26. 2010 March 11 . 11-13. 2010 Sep. S. S. 11 . Pal Title International Conference on Recent Advances in Geomechanics First National Conference on Applied Mathematical Science International Congress of Mathematicians International Congress of Mathematicians Nonmaterial and their applications (NANOMAT-2011) First National Conference on Applied Mathematical Science Int. Singh Dr. P. A. 19 . S.S. P.27. 2011 in Electronic Systems. 10-11. Chatterjee Feb. 2011 SMIT.Rao Dr. 2011 March 11-13.4. Upadhyay Prof. 11 . 2010 Place ISM Dhanbad SMIT. 2011 Dr. Sikkim ISM Dhanbad IICB.5 PARTICIPATION OF FACULTY/OFFICER/STAFF IN SEMINARS/ CONFERENCES Name of the Participant Prof. 2010 Sep. International Congress of Mathematicians 2010 The First National Conference on Applied Mathematical Science International Seminar on Recent Advances in Geosciences 26th Annual Conference of the Mathematical Society. R. Sikkim Feb. Reliability. Rangpo Hyderabad March 11-13. K.Rao Sep. 19-27. M. Kolkata HICC Hyderabad Prof. P. India International Conference on Thermal Energy Madurai. Quality. 28-29. A Chattopadhyay Prof.27. G. 19 . 2011 Aug.

are available for scientific computing and testing from any Labs of Applied Mathematics and faculty Chambers. B. 5.4. 23-25. Kushvah Feb.25. Biology and Agricultural Engineering. P.4. S. S. of Applied Mathematics and interacted with the Faculty on 14/02/2011 during his visit to ISM. Deptt of Civil & Environmental Engineering.8 DISTINGUISHED VISITORS TO THE SCHOOL Prof. B. Kushvah visited. B. B. Kushvah Dr. 2011 Raipur 5. Texas A and M University. one Windows) with Mathematica 8 software. University. Pdt. 2010 Aug.25 July 2010.Dr. A new hardware Lab is being setup for digital electronics practicals. S. Ravishankar Shukla University July 18 .7 TESTING SERVICES Three servers (two Linux. Germany New Delhi Dr. USA Visited Deptt. Dhanbad for delivering IGC Lecture. during 18 . 15-17. Bremen. Singh. USA 71 .6 VISITS OF FACULTY MEMBERS ABROAD Dr. Kushvah The 38th COSPAR Scientific Assembly The Satellite Conference of ICM 2010 on Mathematics and Science and Technology 29th Scientific Meeting of the Astronomical Society of India. S. 5. 2010 Bremen. V. Germany to present a research paper in the 38th COSPAR Scientific Assembly.4.

Photonics & Fibre optics. (Chemistry). Kolkata  IACS. Chile and Prof. research and development for universities.Sc. research labs and industries. Bangalore  HRI. and 55 M. (Tech. Currently there are 14 ongoing research projects of worth ` 2 crore 32 lakhs. Bangalore Period of visit May 2010 to June 2010 (~ 8 weeks) Summer Training II-Semester M. (M & C). Sc. Five faculty members visited abroad for presenting papers in International Conferences.Phil.Sc. Vinod Kumar. Nano-Science centre. Department of Physics.5 APPLIED PHYSICS The Department of Applied Physics came into existence as a separate department in 1989 although the department existed since the inception of the Institute. The department has organized several National Seminars in the front line areas of research. 5-year integrated M.Tech.D.Phil. D. Varanasi  University of California. Sc. 1-year M. Solid State Physics. P.Sc. Gujarat.. Allahabad  SNBNCBS. Its faculty members have published 24 research papers in international and national journals of repute and presented 22 papers in various International and national conferences and seminars in the last year. M. The Department offers 2-year M.D.1 FIELD VISITS/ EXCURSIONS/TRAINING PROGRAMS UNDERTAKEN BY STUDENTS Particulars Batch of students (Applied Physics) and VI-Semester Int. and Ph. M..USA IISC. M. (Applied Physics) Dec. Presently the department has 12 faculty members who are actively involved in R & D programmes in the frontier areas of Applied Physics. Winter training V-Sem. The Department organised guest lectures by Dr.Sc. Integrated M. and 8 M. A two-day National Seminar on 'Nanomaterials and their applications' (NANOMAT-2011) was organized by the department during 10-11 February 2011. Molecular & Laser Physics. Kolkata  IIT Guwahati  NCL Pune  VECC. University of Santiago. The department has developed a state of art research facilities in the areas of thin films technology. Nano Science. and Preparatory students and to students of M.D. programmes in Applied Physics. Kolkata  BHU. Biomedical Physics and Mineral Physics. Sardar Patel University. Atomic. during the last academic session. It also caters physics courses to B.Sc.) (AGL) and M.5. C. which includes the UGC-Special assistance programme. Singh. P.) (AGP). 2011 (6 weeks) 72 .5. The objective of the Department is to produce highly skilled manpower in the field of teaching. which includes 2 Ph. Theoretical Physics.Sc. 2010 to Jan. students. (Tech. 5. The Department has produced 35 Ph.Sc Place of visit  IISC.Phil.

P.04. Prof. glasses. Dr. 2007 73 Feb 2010 To map mosaic arrangement of photoreceptors.C New Delhi Prof.5. S. Programmes are ready and procurement is not yet over. Sharma (Deputy Coordinator) To synthesize and characterize various luminescent ceramics. 02. Ongoing High Resolution Retinal Imaging of Living Eye Through Adaptive Optics.G. K.Kar ` 68. 2011 Ongoing Recently started . Structural and Luminescence Studies of rare earth doped Y2O3 nanophosphors induced by swift heavy ions.G. K.90 lakhs 23.5. Manam (Coordinator) Dr.S.2011 UGC Special Assistance Program to 31.2009 Approved / Accepted recently Instruments procurement process is on Temperature sensor based on upconversion of the embedded emitters PI: Dr.800 DST. New Delhi 23. One paper is also communicated Optical properties of the rare earth doped heavy metal oxide glasses DST.2 BEST PRACTICE OF THE DEPARTMENT: 5. Manam ` 5. Vineet Kumar Rai ` 15 lakhs U. A. J. Nirala PI: Dr.85.03.Gupta Co-PI: Dr A. Nirala U. S.K. New Delhi ` 39.800/- 01. A.09 Three luminescent ceramic samples were synthesized and the characterization of the samples was done by XRD and FTIR techniques. J.02.79. K. Rai Co-PI: Dr.5.3 BRIEF LIST OF ON-GOING R& D PROJECTS: Project Value Date of Commencement/ date of Completion Project Title Status Ongoing Sponsoring Coordinator(s) Agency Objective To synthesize monolayer thin films of various organic and inorganic materials using LB Apparatus and study their applications with special emphasis on use as gas sensor. K.C New Delhi ` 6.5 lakhs U.2014 U. 800/- 01. Reflectance and photoluminescence studies of the prepared samples were also carried out. K. Effect of the addition of heavy glass modifiers on the optical properties of rare earth ions b. Ongoing Findings Recently started Synthesis and characterization of ultrathin film using LangmuirBlodgett apparatus with application as gas sensor PI: Prof.G. 10. thin films for possible applications in optoelectronics devices 01.09.02. V. Concentration quenching and up conversion Ongoing Synthesis of phosphors and their structural and optical characterization were done.G.C New Delhi Changes in physical properties of nanophosphors by the irradiation of swift heavy ions from those of sparsely ionizing irradiated nanophosphors a. Sharma Co-PI: Prof.C New Delhi ` 5.

C New Delhi 01.52.G. Antony Recently started DST. Bobby K.54 Lakhs U. atmospheric and plasma surroundings Ongoing Density functional theory of structure and properties of colloidal dispersions in external fields Dr. Pankaj Mishra Dr. 2011 To study the phase diagrams of Colloids in external fields Ongoing Recently started Photonic Crystal Fiber: Designing and characterization for applications in optical communication & sensors U. Vinod K Singh ` 9.Electron induced collision and ionization of technologically relevant atoms/moleculesA theoretical study Dr.94 lakhs Nov. 300/- 1 Feb. 2010 To perform theoretical investigations on probing electron interactions in environmental. New Delhi ` 11.2011 To design and characterize PCF to use as sensors Ongoing Recently started 74 .G.02.C New Delhi ` 7.

4 IMPORTANT COLLABORATIVE WORK Organisation/lab Dr. Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan. Varanasi 2. Antony 1. K. New Delhi 3. Vallabh Vidyanagar. B. Duesseldorf. Kadi Gujarat 5. Recife. The Open University. For computational research work Value (`) Euro 30. BHU.S.00 75 . Mechanical Engineering Department. K. Dr. Collaborative research project on electrical studies of materials 5. K. Science College. Inter University Accelerator Center. IUAC. Milton Keynes. P. Laboratoire de Photonique Quantique et Moleculaire. BIT. VECC. Heinrich-Heine University. Kolkata 4. Sharma 1. VP & RPTP Science College. Université Rennes France 4. Gujarat 2. Seoul. UFPE. Department of Physics. India Collaborative research Thermal lensing. Ranchi Nature Collaboration of research project sponsored by DST.5. France 5. Varanasi 2.5 IMPORTANT NEW EQUIPMENT ACQUISITIONED Name of Equipment Deformable Mirror with software camera etc. Korea. Pankaj Mishra 1. Brazil 6. University of Sao Paulo. Chung-Ang University.(approx). Institute for Theoretical Physics-II. UK Dr. S. Rai 1. Mesra.4. Scientific Linux Cluster Purpose To compensate real time dynamic aberrations. upconversion spectroscopy Glasses and Optical limiters Nano-Materials and upconverters Nano Phosphors Glasses and upconverters Nano Phosphors Collaborative research on the theory of inhomogeneous classical fluids Heterogeneous nucleation in colloidal suspensions Collaborative research project using Low Energy Ion Beam facility. PE. Institut d'Alembert.138.60. Germany Dr.5. New Delhi 2. Brasil 3. Department of Physics BHU. Institute of Physics.119/.5 lakhs ` 6. = ` 9. V.

Nandashakti and Gupta. Gupta. Vol. 2010. 'Real-time OCT for study of cornea of living Indian frogs and toads'.K. 19-28.K. J. 130 (2). S. Sharma. K.. S.5. Vol. S.. and Nirala. 'Thermoluminescence investigations in X-ray irradiated CaS Phosphor'. 120. 2.. (2010) Electron collisions and ionization of atoms and molecules. Journal of Luminescence. Roy.. Solid State Sciences. Manam.P. 3. Sharma. S. Vol.6. 4-8. 'Calculation for the trapping parameters of K3Na(SO4)2 phosphor by isothermal luminescence decay method'. 807810. Das. Antony. S. 'Study of light propagation in human. Lochab.. A. K.S. 3. Germany.. 472-475. Kumari. Applied Physics Research.5. 193-199. 'Analysis of thickness dependence on the electrical properties of tin dioxide films in presence of LPG gas'. S. Vol. 2010. 2011. and Das.6. 2010. 292-297. S. Kumari. and Singh. Vol. Biology and Medicine.K. and Kanjilal. S. S. Journal of Alloys and Compounds. J. 5. 122. 2010. B. J. Das. 9.5. and Manam. P. G. Choubey. 4. Sharma. 76 .. characterization and study of optical properties of ZnS nanophosphor'.12Sr0. S.88SO4 phosphor'.. 'Structural & optical properties of sol-gel prepared ZnO thin film'. LAMBERT Academic Publishing. 2010. 136-143. Choubey. P. Optik. 'Argon ions induced thermoluminescence properties of Ba0.5. D. and Nirala.. Chatterjee. Vol. Choubey. 6. A. Adhikary. S.1 Books 1.S. A. Vol. Manam. 'Preparation. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids. Vol.. 2011.. S.6 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 5. 23-29. Das. J. V. and Manam. 489 (1). 8. 72. Vol.2 Paper published in International Journals 1. 7. 2011. 3 (1). A. A. rabbit and rat liver tissue by Monte Carlo simulation'. 5. A. 'Influence of Cu and Mn impurities on thermally stimulated luminescence studies of MgSO4 compound'. 2010. S. Materials Chemistry & Physics. Choubey. K. Journal of Alloys & Compounds. and Sharma. K. 1435-1444. 2. 12(8).

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Choubey, A., Som, S., Kumari, R. and Sharma, S. K. 2011, 'Studies on optoelectronic properties of Eu3+ activated LaOCl nanophosphor', Modern Physics Letters B, Vol. 25 (9), 685-696. Rai, V. K. 2010, 'Local field effect of the host matrix on the decay time of the doped emitters' Appl. Phys. B, Vol. 100, 871-874. Rai, N., Jha, Y., Kamal, K. P., Kumar, S. and Rai, V. K. 2010, 'Conversion of orange light into blue light', Spectrochim. Acta A, Vol. 76, 311-314. Singh, V., Rai, V. K., Ledoux, I., Watanabe, S., Gundu Rao, Kwak, H.-Y. 2010, 'Infrared emissions, visible upconversion, thermoluminescence and defect centers in Er3Al5O12 phosphor obtained by solution combustion reaction', Appl. Phys. B, Vol. 101, 631-638. Singh, V., Rai, V. K., Watanabe, S., Gundu Rao, Ledoux-Rak, I., Kwak, H. Y. 2010, 'Infrared emission and defect centers in Er and Yb co-doped Y3Al5O12 phosphors', Appl. Phys. A- Materials Science & Processing, Vol. 100, 11231130. Vinodkumar, M., Dave, R., Bhutadia, H. and Antony, B. K. 2010, 'Electron impact total ionization cross sections for halogens and their hydrides', Int. J. Mass Spectrom., Vol. 292, 7-13. Bhutadia, H., Korot, K., Antony, B. and Vinodkumar, M. 2010, 'Screeningcorrected electron impact total and total ionization cross sections for N(CH3)3 and P(CH3)3', Prajna - J. Pure & Appl. Sci., Vol. 18, 140-144. Mishra, S. S. and Singh, V. K. 2010, 'Designing of index-guiding photonic crystal fiber by finite element method simulation', International Journal of Advanced Networking and Applications, Vol. 2, 666-670. Mishra, S. S. and Singh, V. K., 2010, 'Endlessly single-mode highly polarization maintaining birefringent PCF with zero dispersion at wavelength 1.55 µm', International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, Vol. 2, 4520-4525. Mishra, S. S. and Singh, V. K. 2010, 'Study of fundamental propagation properties of solid core holey photonic crystal fiber in telecommunication window', Chinese Journal of Physics, Vol. 48, 592-606. Mishra, S. S. and Singh, V. K. 2011, 'Study of non-linear properties of hollow core photonic crystal fiber', Optik-International Journal of Light and Electron Optics, Vol. 122, 687-690. 77

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5.5.6.4 Paper presented in International Seminars/Conferences/ Workshops 1. Gupta, P.S. 2010, 'Generation of squeezed electro-magnetic radiation in higher-order nonlinear Raman processes', International IJAS Conference, May 31-June 3, 2010, Harvard Univ., USA Manam, J. and Das, S. 2010, 'Studies of X-ray induced thermally stimulated +2 luminescence properties of Mn doped MgSO4 by using glow curve deconvolution technique', International Conference on 'Penetrating Radiation Systems and Applications' (Apart of SPIE Optics + Photonics Symposium), San Diego, USA, 1-5 August 2010 Choubey, A. and Sharma S. K. 2010, 'Low energy ion induced thermoluminescence of K3Na(SO4)2 phosphor', Proc. I International Conference on 'New Trends in Luminescence and Phosphors Materials', pp. 30. Kar, A. K. 2010, 'Effect of the initial stages of growth on the anisotropic magnetic properties of Cu/Co multilayer nanocolumns', Proceedings of International Conference on 'Multifunctional Materials', Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Dec. 6-9, 2010, p. 132. Pandey, B., Pal, P. P., Mukherjee, J., Das, B. and Kar, A. K. 2010, 'Microstructural and optical properties of electrodeposited nickel incorporated diamond-like carbon (Ni-DLC) thin films', Proceedings of International Conference on 'Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology', Coimbatore, India; December 13-16, 2010; pp. 249-254.

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Korot, K., Bhutadia, H., Antony, B. and Vinodkumar, M. 2011; “Improved Complex Scattering Potential ionization contribution (ICSP-ic) method for the calculation of total ionization cross sections', One day seminar on 'Theoretical Physics', VP & RPTP Science College, Gujarat, 2011 Vinodkumar, M., Bhutadia, H. and Antony, B. K. 2011, 'Theoretical calculations of total cross sections for H2CO and HCOOH from 0.01 eV to 2 keV on electron impact', 2nd DAE-BRNS Symposium on 'Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics', Karnataka University, Dharward, 22-25 Feb. 2011. Mishra, P. 2010, 'Freezing in binary mixtures of two-dimensional super paramagnetic colloids', Proceedings of the National conference on 'Advances in Polymer Science and Technology' (APST-2010), NIT Hamirpur, India, 22-24 October 2010, pp. 236-246. Mishra, S. S. and Singh, V. K. 2011, 'Study of birefringence and nonlinear property of square lattice based photonic crystal fiber', Proceedings of National Seminar on 'Nanomaterials and their applications', ISM Dhanbad, 10-11 Feb. 2011.

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5.5.7 SEMINARS, SYMPOSIA, WORKSHOPS, CONFERENCES ORGANIZED BY THE DEPT/CENTRE
National Seminar on Nanomaterials and their Applications (NANOMAT-2011) 10-11 Feb. 2011

5.5.8 PARTICIPATION OF FACULTY/OFFICERS/STAFF IN SEMINARS/ CONFERENCES
Name of the Participant
Prof. P. S. Gupta Prof. J. Manam

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International IJAS Conference

Duration
May 31 to June 3, 2010

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Harvard Univ., USA

International Conference on 'Penetrating 1-5 August 2010 San Diego, Radiation Systems and Applications' USA (A part of SPIE Optics + Photonics Symposium) International Seminar on 'Recent Advances in Geosciences' National Seminar on 'Nanomaterials and their Applications' 11-13 January 2011 10-11 February 2011
ISM Dhanbad ISM Dhanbad

Dr. S. K. Sharma

International Conference on 'New Trends 4-9 October 2010 Hermosillo, Sonora, in Luminescence and Phosphors Materials' Mexico

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Dr. V. K. Rai

International conference on 'Recent Frontiers in Applied Spectroscopy' Workshop on 'Multifunctional Materials' International Conference on 'Multifunctional Materials' National seminar on 'Nano materials and their applications'

September 22-24, 2010 December 6, 2010 December 7-9, 2010 February 10-11, 2011 22-25 Feb. 2011 February 10-11, 2011 22-24 October 2010 February 10-11, 2011 February 10-11, 2011

Annamalai University BHU, Varanasi BHU, Varanasi ISM Dhanbad
Karnataka University, Dharward

Dr. B. K. Antony

2nd DAE-BRNS Symposium on 'Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics' NANOMAT

ISM Dhanbad NIT Hamirpur ISM Dhanbad ISM Dhanbad

Dr. Pankaj Mishra

National conference on 'Advances in Polymer Science and Technology' National seminar on 'Nano materials and their applications'

Dr. V. K. Singh

National seminar on 'Nano materials and their applications'

5.5.9 VISITS OF FACULTY MEMBERS ABROAD 1. Prof. P.S. Gupta visited Harvard Univ., USA during May 31-June 3, 2010 to chair a session and present a research paper in International IJAS Conf. Prof. Jairam Manam visited San Diego, CA, USA during 1-5 August 2010 to present a research paper in International Conference on Penetrating Radiation Systems and Applications (Apart of SPIE Optics + Photonics Symposium). Dr. Shailendra Kumar Sharma visited University of Sonora, Hermosillo, Mexico from 4-8 October 2010 for presenting research paper.

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5.5.10 SPECIAL LECTURES BY DISTINGUISHED GUESTS
Dr. Dinesh Pratap Singh, Department of Physics, University of Santiago of Chile, Santiago, Chile

9th August 2010

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00 lakhs: (1) 'Designing clustering algorithms for biological Data'. There have been 18 research papers in the International journals and 15 in the International Seminar/Conference proceedings. 'Mobility Management Techniques for Wireless Networks: Review. published by the faculty members. 5.5. They also acted as program committee members and reviewers of various conferences and journals of national and international repute.00 lakhs. sponsored by UGC. the department has made significant contribution especially in the research and developmental activities. sponsored by CSIR.Tech. Muller Publication. The faculty members participated in twelve Seminars/Conferences/workshops at the international and national level and presented their research papers and acted as Advisory and Editorial Board Members of various journals namely. and has two ISM sponsored projects on 'Wireless Network' and 'Multicasting' of about ` 9. New Delhi (2) 'Information security education and awareness'.6 COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING During the last year. 2010 83 . International Journal of Advanced Computer Engineering and Architecture. The faculty members of the department have published the books on 'Design of Parallel Algorithms and Architecture for Numeric and Non-numeric Problems' (LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing).(CSE) VII Sem. The department has three R & D Projects of about ` 62. International Journal of Latest Trends in Computing. Issues. Place of visit CIMFR. Dhanbad Period of visit 28th April. and Design Concepts' (LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. sponsored by Ministry of Information Technology.1 FIELD VISITS/EXCURSION/TRAINING PROGRAMS UNDERTAKEN BY STUDENTS Particulars Excursion Batch of students B. Germany) and 'Soft Computing for Machine Learning and Bioinformatics' (Verlag Dr. Germany). The research contribution of the department is also very noteworthy. the Journal of Emerging Trends in Information Technology. New Delhi and (3) 'Development of QoS routing protocol for wireless Ad-Hoc networks'.6.

000/. which will support a relatively high degree of QoS for wireless ad-hoc networks particularly supporting multimedia applications.00. New Delhi 84 . conducted Carried out extensive survey of the related work to identify the major QoS routing parameters from ITU-T and related industries. P. MIT. Development of QoS Routing Protocol for Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks UGC. Jana 13 Feb.5.16. Govt.32 lakh ` 6.6.12 31.01. 2009 13 Feb. 09 31. Information security education and awareness Prof.800. G.000.00 (` 334000. Chiranjeev Kumar To propose and develop the efficient routing algorithms.00 sanctioned for 2011-12) Five clustering algorithms have been developed.02. K.12 Information security education and awareness Ongoing Ongoing Security courses have been retrofitted. 2 BRIEF LIST OF ON-GOING R&D PROJECTS (PROJECTS VALUE RS. New Delhi ` 666333.2006 01. 5. of India 31. 2012 To design clustering algorithms for biological data ` 49. Biswas Dr.P.6.AND ABOVE) Project Value Date of Date of Commencement Completion Project Title Status Ongoing Sponsoring Coordinator(s) Agency Objective Findings Designing Clustering Algorithms for Biological Data Prof.6.00 CSIR.

P. 2011.5.. pp. Issue 12011. ISBN 978-3-8433-9341-6. Mallick. Raj Kamal. Inc. NY. McGraw-Hill. International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA). Mobility Management Techniques for Wireless Networks: Review. K.P.20. 4. Vol. ISBN: 978-3-8383-9163-2. pp. Science and Technology. International Journal of Engineering.6. Dr.3 Papers published in International journals 1.P. TMH Publication. Issues. K. Verlag Dr.6. M. Dr. S. and Jana.3.6.3. In: Internet Policies and Issues. Vol. and Tripathi. 2011. 5. 2. G. 'Relieving Critical Nodes and Designing of Fault Tolerant Data Networks'. Godbole.6.9-16. 'A VQ-DCT Scheme for Grayscale Image Watermarking'. Jana reviewed the book 'Design and Analysis of Algorithms'. K. 2010.3. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. Pal. P. 2. S. 3. No. Chiranjeev Kumar reviewed a book on 'Data Communications and Networks'. 3. pp. G.1 Books published 1. 2010. June 2010.. and Mukhopadhyay. Prof. R. Information Security Journal: A Global Perspective.3. 85 . 2010. Tata McGraw-Hill. and Design Concepts. Germany.P. India. Dasgupta. Biswas. Soft Computing for Machine Learning and Bioinformatics. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. 2. Das. C. P. Chiranjeev Kumar reviewed a book on 'Internet and Web Technologies'. G. 3. 'Establishment of Authenticated Secret Session Key Using Digital Signature Standard (DSS)'. Banka.1. D. Jana reviewed the book 'Computer Organization by Hamacher'. 5.3. Sukomal Pal and Mandar Mitra: XML Retrieval: A Survey. and Biswas. A. 2. Kumar. No. 2011. Nova Science Publishers. USA. Vol. H. TMH Publication.3 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 5. Biswas. K.2 Book Reviews / contribution of chapter in a book 1. A.K. 5.54-59. USA. Germany.41-51. Muller Publication. January 2011. Volume 8. Germany. Prof. Design of Parallel Algorithms and Architecture for Numeric and Non-numeric Problems.

2010. 2.145-154. pp. Vol. Journal of Computers and Applications. C. A. 5367. 86 . C. and Kumar. Vol. 'Modeling and cost analysis of location management scheme for PCS Networks'. 'An Efficient Data Link Protocol for Integrated Wireless Networks: Next Generation Networks (NGN)'.1007/s11227-010-0479-y Lucas. 5. Issue 18. P. Intl. S. Jana. Jana. P. 8. C. No..4.. No. S. 14. Issue 6. pp. pp.1. Kumar. 'Preemptive Multipath . Biswash. Singh. Vol. M. P. 2010. 1827-1837. Prasad. K. and Jana. and Kumar. Biswash. 6. Vol. Jana. and Srivastava. 2. Journal of Supercomputing. S. 12. Jha. and Kumar. No. Parallel Processing Letters. 2260-2270. International Journal on Computer Science and Engineering (IJCSE). K. 'Improved algorithms for balanced ring formation for fault tolerance in a 2D-Mesh'. M.. No. 20. IET Journals of Communications. 'Sorting and routing on OTIS-Mesh of Trees'. DOI: 10. 2092-2095. and Naik. 3. No. Kumar. No. Computer Communications (COMCOM). 2010. K. Issue 15. and Jana P. A. K. pp. Vol. 7. K. 232-237. R. K. pp. T. K. Intl. 2010. S. 2010. P. 2010. 2010. 2011. pp. R. K. 2010. Kumar. Jha. Vol. and Tripathi. and Jana. 4. pp. pp. and Raj.. and Gupta. B. International Journal of Information and Communication Technology (IJICT). 2011. K. 3. 32. 'A voronoi diagram based clustering algorithm'. C. 3. 'OTIS-MOT: An Efficient Interconnection Network for Parallel Processing'. MIT International Journal of Computer Science & Information Technology. 'Multi Home Agent and Pointer-Based (MHA-PB) Location Management Scheme in Integrated Cellular-WLAN Networks for Frequent Moving Users'. Vol. Journal of Advanced Computer Engineering. 'Modified Boundary Location Register: An Inter-system Roaming Signaling Protocol'. Journal of Advanced Computer Engineering. B. K. 35-40. Vol. Sinha. Vol. 9. S. 'An upper bound analysis for conflict graph construction in a galled tree problem'. 10. K. Intl.2.. Journal of Advanced Computer Engineering. 2. 'Parallel matrix multiplication on OTIS-torus'. 36-40. 3.Adhoc On Demand Distance Vector Routing Protocol'. 2010. 13. Yadav. Mallick. K. C. No. 3. P. D. 11. 33. Intl. M. 1. K. 1. Biswash. K. Vol. S. 1..

pp. 5. New Delhi... 'Route Selection in Data Networks through the Application of Optimization Technique'. and Biswas. 2010. and Biswas. 'Modified Scheme To Prevent NACK Implosion in MTP/SO: Self Organizing Multicast Transport Protocol'. pp. International Publishing House Pvt. 18. pp.. Issue 2.. C. G. D. D. Patnaik.1. Dasgupta. D. International Journal of Advance Computer Engineering (IJACE). 4. 'Enhancement of Split Multipath Routing Protocol in MANET'. ICCS-2010. pp. Dasgupta. 2010. 3.. S. 3. Bhar. Tripathi. 5. pp. 'A Hybrid-DCT Based Approach for Efficient Compression of Color Images'. International Conference on Computer & Communication Technology (ICCT10).3. S. J. 'Critical Path Minimization of Data Networks without Compensating Reliability'. Issue 3. G. A. 2010. P. Maiti. Pal. S. and Pathak. K.. Article 10. International Conference on Advanced Science and Technology (AST2010). Pal. Pandey. Biswas. and Mukhopadhyay. 397-408. 'The FIRE 2008 Evaluation Exercise'. Majumder. I. No. No. and Kumar. K. pp. 679-685.. 81-85. R. S. 62. M. 2010. Fourth International Conference on Information Processing (ICIP 2010). and Kamps. Pal. C. and Venugopal. 2. ACM Transactions on Asian Language Information Processing. K. Sharma... 151-161. 'Evaluating the INEX Focused Task Evaluation Process'. G. K. (Editors). A.4 Papers Published in International Seminars/Conferences 1. G.15. 2010.. Mitra. P. G. K.. M. P. 16. P. 9. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. A. 3. K. and Biswas. Mitra. Vol. pp. P. and Biswas. 276279. pp. M. Vol. Vol. 2010. 7-11. Vol. . Bandyopadhyay. International Conference on Computer & Communication Technology (ICCT10). M. 'Design and Implementation of Binary Tree Based Proactive Routing Protocols for Large MANETS'.. K.P.K. Modak. 2010. International Journal on Computer Science and Engineering (IJCSE). 177181.6. Ltd. Goyal. 2011. S. 17. 375-394.. and Sanyal. Pandey. S. S. 'Clustering and Designing of Routing Protocols with Mobility Management for Scalable MANETs'. 2010. 87 2. International Conference on Computing and Systems. Biswash. P. L. P. R. M. Pal.

Mishra. K. S. Second International Conference on Emerging Applications of Information Technology. 12. pp. S. and Jana. 'Using Negative Information in Search'. 14. 'MST-based cluster initialization for K-means'. and Mukhopadhyay. InCoFIBS-2010... 45-49. and Jana. H. pp. pp. 2010. in Computer and Information Science. C. and Roy.. Pal. pp. Pamula. IEEE Proceedings of the International Conference on Control. 'An Outlier Detection Method Based on Clustering'. 10. 'A Refactoring Model for Developing Efficient Refactoring Tools'.S 2010. Proc. 131. S. G. Second International Conference on Emerging Applications of Information Technology (EAIT). of IEEE Intl. 11.. 2011. pp. Pamula. Vol.P. International Conference in frontiers in biological sciences. pp. Rao. 2010. on Computer and Communication Technologies (ICCCT-2010). R. 253-256. 329-338.C. 'Data mining and Bioinformatics analysis on Influenza virus database'. Jha. Part 1. S.6.. K. J. A. 2011. D. P. 88 . H. and Nandi. D. 3rd IEEE International Conference on Machine Learning and Computing (ICMLC-2011). pp. 2010. 8. Robotics and Cybernetics (ICCRC 2011). S. K. S. Biswas. J. P. Palchowdhury. and Nandi. Singapore. 145. October. 2011. K. 'Distance based fast outlier detection method'. S. Pal. S. and Mitra. Reddy. 13.85-90. S.K. 7. Vol. Deka. International Conference on Technology Systems and Management (ICTSM 2011). 641-646. 'Rough-Fuzzy Hybridization for Recruitment Decision Analysis'. 2011. S55 to S60. and Banka. Sarkar. 2011. K. Kumar. 53-56.. 1 . Sarkar. Deka. Kolkata. 'Rule Generation for Recruitment Decision Analysis-A Granular Approach'. 15. 'An Efficient Compression-Encryption Scheme for Batch-Image'. Conf. pp. and Banka. M. Annual IEEE India Conference (INDICON). 9. 2011. M. Banerjee.4. Advances in Computer Science and Information Technology Comm. A. Phuket (Thailand). R. 'Fast parallel prefix on multi-mesh of trees'. India. R. 2010. Proceedings of Annual International Conference on Software Engineering (SE-2010).

Jana Dr.6.6. 2010 Jan. 2011 February 18. Rajendra Pamula Mr.6.3. R. M. 2011 11-14 March 2011 29th and 30th October 2010 Indian Institute of Tech. Tarachand Amgoth Mr. 2.. Chair and orally present a paper in the International Conference on 'Advanced Science and Technology' (AST2010) on June 23-25. Mohali. Banerjee.P. 2011 Place Japan ISM Dhanbad Royal Orchid Central. Guwahati Dr. Bangalore Intl. K. Conference on Computer Science and Information Technology (COSIT 2011) IEEE International Conference ICCCT-2010 Information Security Education & Awareness (ISEA) Appraisal Workshop 17-19 September MNNIT. Biswas Prof. Hari Om Title Duration June 23-25. 2010 5. Chandigarh. A.An Update (D&DU-2010) 1st Intl. 1 National Conference on Managing Global Business in Competitive Business Environment.P.6. Workshop on e-Governance Awareness SRM University Kolkata. Haider Banka ICCRC 2011 (IEEE Conference) Mr. Biswas Prof. Biswas visited Japan to attend. G. C. 5.C. G.P. 'Refactoring and the prospect of st Refactoring Tools'. Conf. Prof. G. Institute of Management & Technology (Ratan Group of Institutions). P. 2010 Sept 23-24. 2011 to Jan. Kumar. (IIT). P.S Rao INFOCOM 2010-11 Recent Advances in Data Mining and its Applications. Biswas:  Reviewed research papers submitted for journals 89 . Chiranjeev Kumar Dr. S.5 Papers published in National Seminars/Conferences 1.4 PARTICIPATION OF FACULTY/OFFICERS/STAFF IN SEMINARS/ CONFERENCES Name of the Participant Prof. and Roy. on Advanced Science and Technology (AST2010) National Seminar on Drills & Drilling . 4. Allahabad 2010 07-11 March 2011 March 21-23. G.5 VISITS OF FACULTY MEMBERS ABROAD 1.5.6 MISCELLANEOUS Prof. India Andhra University Dhanbad 5. 2010.

External Member of Board of Studies for B.) Computer Science & Engineering. Chiranjeev Kumar:  Editorial Board Member of International Journal of Advanced Computer Engineering and Architecture (IJACEA). Conf. Editorial Board Member of International Journal of Latest Trends in Computing (IJLTC. P.    Dr. MNNIT Allahabad. K. Papers.     90 .Tech. The journal of Emerging Trends in Information Technology'. (Hons. Programme Committee Member of 2nd International Conference on 'Emerging Applications of Information Technology' (EAIT-2011) Programme Committee Member of 2nd International Conference on 'Computer and Communication Technology' (ICCCT-2011). Advisory Board Member of 'International Journal of Advanced Computer Engineering and Architecture'. Reviewed Intl. Reviewer in an “IEEE International Conference on Computer and Communication Technology (ICCCT-2010)”. Prof. NIT Jamshedpur. Jana:  Advisory Board Member of 'Computing Trendz. Editorial Board Member of International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science (IJARCS).

) 5th Semester B. The Department has twelve faculty members. The Department is also involved in R & D activities apart from its regular teaching and other assignments. (Electrical Engg. (Electrical Engg.) 3rd Semester B.1 FIELD VISITS / EXCURSIONS / TRAINING PROGRAMMES UNDERTAKEN BY STUDENTS Particulars Educational Excursions Educational Excursions Educational Excursions Batch of students 5th Semester B. The Department arranged vocational training programmes and industrial visits for the students in various reputed industries.Tech. The faculty members attended various national and international conferences/ seminars held in the country and in abroad. The Department has to its credit of publishing 2 books and reviewing 1 book.7. Being a new Department.5. Many of the faculty members worked as reviewers of various international conferences/journals.Tech. The Department has been involved in one R & D project from DST and five R & D projects from UGC with a total outlay of ` 38.Tech. (Electrical Engg.) Place of visit Chittaranjan Locomotive Works Maithon & Panchet Hydel Power Plant Maithon & Panchet Hydel Power Plant Period of visit 18/08/2010 19/08/2010 20/08/2010 91 . 2 papers in national journals and presented 7 papers in international seminars and 10 papers in national seminars.7 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING The Department of Electrical Engineering was established in 2005 and started its B. Tech. Faculty members are also involved in an interdisciplinary R & D project. all the faculty members are intensely engaged in developing its laboratories. The first batch graduated in 2010-11. programme in Electrical Engineering in the academic session 2006-2007.65 lacs. The faculty members of the Department published 10 research papers in international journals. 5. The placement of the second batch of students is hundred percent.

5.2013 Design of optical integrated circuit. Sanjoy Mandal ` 9.7.16. K. Tanmoy Maity Dr.2. Pan (EE) (An inter-disciplinary R&D Project) Dr. 2009 to 31st Jan.1.2010 to 31.000/` 8. Kalyan Chatterjee ` 600000/- 01. N.2007 to 18. Sanjoy Mandal ` 8. S.2. P.6. Design and development of energy efficient hydrostatic transmission system for off-load vehicle using two motor summation drive 1st Feb.2010 to 01. Pal ` 6.2011 To develop modern intelligent methods such as fuzzy logic (FL) and hybrid approach fuzzy neural network (FNN) ongoing Hardware implementation of the project under progress.98.000/- 18.00000/- University Grant Commission (UGC) 1/4/2008 to 31/3/2011 Optimization of inverter circuit Real time Implementation of Intelligent Controller for Load Frequency Control UGC Dr. Sadhu & Dr.02. 2012. Kalyan Chatterjee ` 10. ongoing 92 UGC Dr. Dasgupta (ME&MME) and Dr.49. Literature survey and theoretical study.80. K.2012 To develop the real system and find its performance in the field of wind energy generation.6. To develop a computer controlled energy efficient hydrostatic drive for off-load vehicle using two hydro motors. ongoing Results are yet to come Analysis of the Intelligent Controller for AGC 1/4/2010 ongoing .2 BRIEF LIST OF ON-GOING R & D PROJECTS Project Value Date of Commencement/ Ddate of Completion Project Title Status completed Dr.000/- Sponsoring Coordinator(s) Agency Objective Findings Validation of mirror inverter circuit for energy efficient induction heated cooking oven Simulation of highfrequency mirror inverter for energy efficient induction heated cooking oven using PSPICE DST Dr.200/- Development of Static VAR compensator (STATCOM) for self-excited variable speed Induction Generator ISM (FRS) Dr. ongoing Design and development of A waveguide based wide FSR ultra fast multiple optical ring resonator UGC 01.

J. 'Application of evolutionary optimization techniques for PSS tuning'.4. 2.7.4 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 5.K. 'Control Systems'. and Goswami. International Journal of Emerging Electric Power Systems. V. Comput.4 . R.4.K.75. Germany. P.1 Books published: 1. 186-191. 4.366. 'Optimal Placement of FACTs Devices by Genetic Algorithm for the Increased Load ability of Power Systems'. World Academy of Science. K. J. Vol. and Mandal. Book Review: 1. New Delhi. DOI 10. Int. Ghoshal. J.0000/-) Name of Equipment Spectrum Analyzer. vol. Article 3. C. 3 GHz.7. 5. S. Maity. 2011. 2010. Chatterjee. 2010. Intel. Bhattacharyya. Stubberud.. A. I.3 Papers published in International Journals: 1 Chatterjee.75. Electrical Energy Systems. 325 . Engineering and Technology Vol. 321-328. Int. S. T. Int. Tata McGraw Hill. no 1. and Mukherjee. 'Unveiling the Mystery of Homoeopathic Medicines concept & experimental justification'. 302. 'Design of Dual Mode PI Controller for Load Frequency Control'. K.5. A. J. Williams... 2010. Chatterjee. 5. pp-49-55. 2010.3 IMPORTANT NEW EQUIPMENT ACQUISITIONED (ABOVE ` 50. pp. and Goswami. Engineering and Technology. Bhattacharyya. B. B. pp.7.1007-978-3-642-14013-6 _11. Vol. Vol. 2. 2 3 4 93 .. and Mahata. Lap Lambert Academic Publishing.7. 11: Iss. 'PI Controller for Automatic Generation Control Based on Performance Indices'.2. USB/GIP Interface Purpose Measurement Laboratory Date of Purchase 21/12/2010 Value (`) ` 815363/- 5. 2010. 'Genetic Algorithm Based Optimum Allocation of FACTS Devices in an Interconnected Power System'. in Power Eng. S. World Academy of Science. Distefano.7. S. 2011. pp.

. 2. J. Chatterjee. 21-24. V. and Bandyopadhyay..4 Papers published in National Journals: 1. Vol. J. A. R. Elect. pp. 2010.3. pp. 89-96. C. George. D. D. R. 1. 2011. K. S. K. Eng. D. pp. 3. Gupta. George. IEEMA Journal. International Conference on Emerging Trends in Electrical and Computer Technology (ICETECT 2011).P.4. vol.. Dist. S. Vol. and Ghoshal. pp. 33. 2. Vo. Chatterjee. 'Chaotic ant swarm optimization for fuzzy-based tuning of power system stabilizer'. Swaroop. no. Swaroop. 'An energy efficient MCT based H. Prasad. 'Effect of Dielectric Dispersion on Potentised Homeopathic Medicines'. V. Sadhu. 2010. 'Efficient Lighting System for Underground Coal Mines using LED'. Shaw. Ghoshal.8. 84-88. J.. K. and Mahata. pp. 2010. T. Numbers 1. pp. P. Sadhu. Int. and Sadhu.. 2011. 104-108. P. and Sinha. 6. K. vol.. and Mukherjee. pp. K.. N.. 'A New Generation IGBT Based High-Frequency Mirror Inverter for Induction 94 2. Elect.. K. vol.7. 'A Novel Design for Automatic Tuning of PID Controller Using Sugeno Based Fuzzy Logic'. 2011. inverter for operating CFL from solar PV charged batteries'..F. 5. 657-672. vol. and Mukherjee. Sadhu. V. P.. Sadhu. P. B. Mining Engineering Division. 3. P. Ghosh. International Journal of Computational Intelligence Research.5 Swaroop. no. N. 2011. Homeopathy. 2011. Journal of Institution of Engineers (I). Das. no. A. pp. International Journal of Computational Cognition. Maity. 'A new seeker optimization algorithm: application to the solution of economic load dispatch problems'. U. . 'Transient performance improvement of thermal system connected to grid using distributed generation and capacitive energy storage unit'. N. Int. Int... and Sadhu. 2010. Pal. 99(2). 'TRIAC-DIAC Based DC Series Motor Speed Controller for Mud Pumps of Drill-Rig Equipment'. R. A. 6 7 8 9 10 5. Mukherjee. 'A Novel Design for Automatic Tuning of PID Controller using Fuzzy Logic'. and Pal.. N. P. 99 -103. 2010. V. Vol. No 11. P. P. R..5 Papers presented in International Seminars / Conferences: 1. 159-178. Pal. N. IET Gener. B. Pal. 81-91. 5. pp. R. and Mukherjee. no. Ghoshal. S. 232-235. Trans.7.. 91. Proc. R. Power and Energy Syst. Sinha. B. Das.4.P. Informatics. 1.

D. 'Computation of Inductance and AC Resistance of a Twisted Litz-Wire for High Frequency Induction Cooker'. N. Shale Gas.. International Conference on Modelling. 7. 'Optimum Construction of Heating Coil for Domestic Induction Cooker'. and Pal. 163-167. Dhanbad. and Sinha. Maity. 'Review on Closed Loop Speed Control of DC Motors used in Rock Drilling and Mud Pump Application'. Maity. 439-444. P. 74-77. Sadhu. 2011. Sinha. Rahul. 465-468. K. 559-566. Optimization and Computing (ICMOC 2010). NIT.6 Papers presented in National Seminars / Conferences : 1. IEEE Int. S. Symposium on Computers & Informatics ISCI 2011. on Devices & Communications (ICDeCom-11). K. 5. ISM. 2010. 3. and Das. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). Shale Gas. K. K.. R. Orissa. ISM.7. 'Study of TRIAC Control Strategies for Speed Control of Drill Motor for Different Types of Rocks'. Rourkela. Chatterjee. 2010. Ghoshal. pp. Bandyopadhyay. 2010.. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration'. Pal. National Conference cum Workshop on 'Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. P. Durgapur. pp. 2010. Conf. Das. Dhanbad. Proc. 'A Novel Three phase Energy Meter Model with Wireless data reading and online Billing solution'. and Das. Proc. P. R. A. and Pal. 3. International Conference on 'Industrial Electronics. and Pal.S. NIT.S. Proc. pp. D. N.. 'Intelligent Online Measurement and Management of Energy Meter Data through Advanced Wireless Network'. Sinha. . U. P. A. Sadhu. Proc. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration'. P. 'Review on Speed Control of DC Motors used in Mud Pumps of Drill Rig Equipment'. Dhanbad.. Proc. 5.. 4. P. D. Bandyopadhyay. Sadhu. 2011.4. pp. pp.. Sinha. Saurabh. 2010. D. N. Sadhu. International Conference on Emerging Trends in Electrical and Computer Technology (ICETECT 2011). K. P. N. Sadhu. Control & Robotics' (IECR 2010). Pal. and Mukherjee.. 6.. T. National Seminar on 'Drills & Drilling An Update'.. Prasad. N. Proc. India. IEEE Int. P. K. 2010. V. Volume 6466/2010. 1-4. 'Artificial bee colony algorithm for transient performance augmentation of grid connected distributed generation'. pp. pp. National Conference cum Workshop on 'Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. 95 2. A. P. T. Indian School of Mines. and Gupta. 228-234. 2010..Heating'.

an update'. 'Speed Control of Drill Motor for Different Types of Rock Mass According to their Drillability'. National Seminar on 'Drills & Drilling. 2010. Chatterjee. M. A. Das. th Proceedings of the 16 National Power System Conference of NPSC-2010. S. National Seminar on 'Drills & Drilling An Update'. 'Power Factor Improvement of Oil Drilling Rigs'. 'A Comparative Analysis Between Dual Mode and Fuzzy Logic Based PI Controller for Automatic Generation th Control'. T. and Maity. Sadhu 96 . K. K. S. National Seminar on 'Drills & Drilling An Update'. K.4. 2010. Sinha. 10. 'Some Studies on Various Aspects of Drilling Technology using DC Motors'. Proc. Gupta.. National Seminar on 'Drills & Drilling. pp. T. Bandyopadhyay. 7. P. P. 8. Proc. and Pal. 207-211. N. pp. 7381.285-293. M. 5. Sadhu. K. 9. 'Switch mode Power Supply for High Speed Drilling Electrical Discharge Machining Technology'. pp.an update'. K. 2010. Hyderabad. Sadhu Duration 23rd to 24th March 2011 19 . ISM. M. Pal. Proc. ISM. Shale Gas.. Chatterjee. pp. K. Mukherjee. N. Mondal.. Chatterjee.5 PARTICIPATION OF FACULTY/OFFICERS/STAFF IN SEMINARS/ CONFERENCES Title Name of the Participant Prof. T. Published in the D&Du-2010 conference. S. Dhanbad 'International Conference on Emerging Trends in Electrical and Computer Technology' National Conference cum Workshop on 'Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. and Minu. Dhanbad.. Osmania University.. and Ghosh. 103-108. Sadhu. 'Modelling and analysis of Rotary oil well drilling system'.7.. K. D. pp. P.. 'Fuzzy Neural Network Controller on Load Frequency Control Considering governor Deadband and Generation Rate Constraints'. 2010. 239-248. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration' Prof. Dhanbad. S. Agarwal. Tamilnadu ISM.. K. Proc. D. 2010.. 5. 2010. Maity. P.T. Proceedings of the 34 National System Conference of NSC-2010. ISM. and Sinha.I. 6. Mondal.20th November 2010 Place Nagercoil. N. Surathkal.

K. (Engg. Shale Gas. Ranchi Kuala Lumpur. IEEE transactions on Power Electronics. 29 -31 . Dhanbad ISM. Dhanbad ISM.Prof.). Tamilnadu ISM.24 September 2010 23 . Dhanbad Nagercoil.24 September 2010 March.D.7.6 MISCELLANEOUS Prof. th st th st th T. Dhanbad Bangkok Bangkok Dr. National Seminar on 'Drills & Drilling An Update' International conference ICPS-2011 International conference ICPS-2011 20 .20 November 2010 23 . Maity IEEE International Conference on Devices & 24th 25th Communications February 2011 IEEE Symposium On Computers & Informatics ISCI2011. IACSIT. Nitai Pal Dr. Dhanbad ISM. Dhanbad BIT.24 September 2010 23 . K. March. Sadhu Prof.24th September 2010 23rd to 24th March 2011 19 . Nitai Pal Dr. Kolkata. Sadhu International Conference on Modelling. Bhattacharyay 5. P.K. Nitai Pal Dr. 2011. Chatterjee B. 29 -31 . Sadhu  Reviewer: 1) 2)  IEEE. P.24 September 2010 th th th th NIT. Maity K. Singapore.22 March 2011 23 . IEEE. 2011. Jadavpur University. Sanjoy Mandal T. 97 . Durgapur ISM. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration' National Seminar on 'Drills & Drilling An Update' National Seminar on 'Drills & Drilling An Update' National Seminar on 'Drills & Drilling An Update' 23 . P. USA External Examiner of Ph. Malaysia ISM. Chatterjee K. 28 to 30th Optimization and Computing (ICMOC 2010) October 2010 National Seminar on 'Drills & Drilling An Update' 'International Conference on Emerging Trends in Electrical and Computer Technology' National Conference cum Workshop on 'Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. Maity T.

B. Pal   Reviewer of IEEE. SPIE. Mandal   Reviewer of Optical Engineering. N. IACSIT. China 98 . S. Jadavpur University. Bhattacharyya  Reviewer of the following International Journals: 1) 2) Dr.Dr. (Engg. Singapore. Kolkata. External Examiner of Ph.).D. Electric Power components and System Soft computing and Automation Journal Dr. USA Reviewer of Chinese optical letters.

00 lakhs was received during 2010-11. D. 197 lakhs out of which Rs. There are two ongoing projects and one of them was completed on 31st March 2011. One short-term course on ‘Fiber Optic Sensors and their Industrial Applications’ was organized during the year. Three new books were published by German publishers and one book was adapted by a faculty member. IEEE students’ chapter. 2 in National Journals.5.8 ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING The Department of Electronics Engineering submitted 8-projects worth Rs. A number of teachers were the external examiners of several Ph. Department has published 17research papers in reputed International Journals.5. Three faculty members visited abroad to present their research papers in International Conferences. theses and reviewer of various journal papers. Two special lectures were also organized. Dhanbad and Society of Electronics Engineers (SEE) organized a number of activities during the year. 20 in International Conferences and 4-papers in National Conferences. 99 .

New Delhi ` 14.02.2008 31.11.2011 4-research papers Published in Int. Accurate analysis of passive waveguide structures under pulse / FM excitation DST. Government of India. V.8. 100 .696/- Sponsoring Coordinator(s) Agency Objective Findings To develop mathematical models for the calculation of various linear and non-linear properties of entire family of I-III-VI2 and II-IV-V2 groups of opto-electronic materials.40 Lakh Dr.2009 27.02. Sushrut Das 28.1.3.2012 Aperture field distribution on the apertures of thick inductive interacting irises inside a waveguide has been found. Kumar 23.1 BRIEF LIST OF ON-GOING R & D PROJECTS Project Value Date of Date of Commencement Completion Project Title Status Completed (Project Completion Report under preparation) Ongoing DST ` 10. Study of passive waveguide structures under non sinusoidal excitation Linear and Non-linear Optical Properties of Opto-electronic Materials Dr.5. Journals and 5 in Conf.

vol.. Tech. 71. Pandey. vol. 3. vol.. ‘Design of a Low Cost Sensor Network’. A. P. ‘Debye temperature and melting temperature of binary semiconductors’. 2010. 5. 2010. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited.52. ‘IC Analog Filter Design: A Current Conveyor Approach’. 2010.8. 45. B. 101 . 2. B. . Kumar . S. Paul.2 IMPORTANT NEW EQUIPMENT ACQUISITIONED (ABOVE ` 5.3. Jha. Solids. and Shrivastava. S.3... Electrical Eng.. Chem. Noida (U.8.10 04. V D M Verlag.694 ` 23. Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Limited. K. D. 2011.000/-) Name of Equipment E8257D DSG Analog Signal Generator 9 Number of Agilent made MSO 6014A Purpose For Microwave and Antenna Lab.5. M. Germany. pp. and Bhattacharya.72. V D M Verlag. ‘Electronic and Thermal Properties of Semiconductors: Plasmon Approach’. J. V. ‘Bulk modulus and microhardness of tetrahedral Semiconductors’. S.P.). Patil. (Reviewer): ‘Antennas and Wave Propagation’. Kumar. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. J..03. B. and Kumar. 1. Crystal Res. and Shrivastava. Goudar. ‘Schaum’s Outlines Digital Signal Processing’. V. V. Dwari.2 Books reviews/contribution of chapters in a book: 1. S. K. V. Date of Purchase 23. Germany. Jha. 2. A.3 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 5. S. 72-94. Germany. and Sonavane. 2010. K. Tech. 5. pp. 4. 920-925..8.06. Kumar. V.. Patil.3. 2010.8.11 Value (`) ` 15.3 Papers published in International Journals 1.. V. M.S. H. For Communication Lab.P. 2010. pp. ‘A Review of Improved Maximum Peak Power Tracking Algorithms for Photovoltaic Systems’. Int. 1513-1520. Hayes. N. V...198 5. 3. Kumar.. and Jain.8..00.1 Books: 1. Phys.

Pandey. Sci. N. 8. S. and Priye.1. and Sen. 396403. V.. J.. S. 2010. and Tech. N... V. K. Kushwaha..54 -58. ‘Review of Topology for Maximum Power Point Tracking Based Photovoltaic Interface’. Tech. M. pp. J.5.35-40. pp. and Kumar. vol. 64. 1. J. S. Active and Passive Electronic Devices. J. Pandey. pp. P. 32-34.B. 11. 7.. S. Raghuwanshi. Active and Passive Electronic Devices.G.. N. Circuits and Systems. and Kumar. pp. Srivastava. I-managers J. 2010. K.4. Bhattacharyya. vol. Vol. 2010. R. 42. Int.K.M. 1. and Priye. pp. vol.. vol. Physica E.. S. K. Eng.. K. S. and Paul. ‘All Optical Half Adder Design Using Equations Governing XGM and FWM Effect in Semiconductor Optical Amplifier’.. Srivastava. Electronics and Computing Technology. P. N. ‘All optical 3-bit serial input shift register design’.. 13. K. 2010.. pp. ‘A Novel Current Mode Channel Select Filter for Multi Standard Wireless Receiver’. Res. V. Chack. N. V.. V. International J. 14. vol. B. D. A. Sci. Vol.. C.. vol. pp. 1. Eng. Active and Passive Electronic Devices. and Jain. K.. 10. D.279-293. K. International J. ‘Digitally Switched Current Mode Universal Filter’. Pandey. 9. 102 . ‘Multi Channel Phase Modulated Optical Communication System’. V. 2010. ‘Magneto-optical analysis of anisotropic CdZnSe quantum dots’. 1. 2.. and Paul. Chack. R. 2010.. vol. Srivastava. 5258. 2010. G. vol.. International J. ‘SIMO Transadmittance Mode Active-C Universal Filter’. pp. Int. Applied Engineering Research. 12. Paul.. ‘Realization of Generalized Mixed Mode Universal Filter Using CCCIIs’. 2011.‘Calculation of mode-coupling coefficient using symmetric/asymmetric Waveguide Grating Structures’. 2011.197 -208. V.Input AND Gate For Fast Gating and Switching Based On XGM Properties of InGaAsP Semiconductor Optical Amplifier’. and Kumar. V..327-332. 2(8). 2010. 2380. Kapoor. pp. Negi. J. Electrical. and Paul. 2010. Kumar. Advanced Computer Science and Applications. Goudar.. J. Srivastava. Patil.6. 5. Jain. J. pp. vol. 6. V. on Electronics Engineering.. Pandey. and Priye. Pandey. D. K.5. K. Soni. 3989-3996. pp. S. ‘2.

. Conf. 2010. Nanoscience. Eng.. Moitra. on Photonics. International J. Sci. J. V. Int. V. Goudar. 3. 1–4. K. Int. . International J. Langkawi. ‘Model for calculating the refractive index of different materials’. 1.2. 4. Raghuwanshi. Computation. M. pp.10. Conf. B. V. 5. 2. ‘Adaptive MPPT Algorithm for a Distributed Wireless Photovoltaic Based Irrigation System’. International J. Proc.. 17.2011. IEEE Int. Raghuwanshi. K.22. 2. 16. 2010.. P. Emerging Trends in Environment Health and Safety Management in Mining and Mineral Based Industries. 2010. 2010.. S. on Commun... M. pp 571-574.5 Papers presented in International Seminars/Conferences 1.8. Surathkal.8.. 395 – 410. K. Vol.. Proc. 2010. Kumar. ‘Review of Topology for Maximum Power Point Tracking Based Photovoltaic Interface’.. P..6335 – 6348. pp. ‘Analysis of Double Clad SingleMode Step-Index Fibers’. S. S.3. D. ‘Multiband Triangular Fractal Antenna for Mobile Communication’. 2010. M.. Symp.. Kumar. pp. pp. pp. Proc Int.. Ind. S.. Holiday Villa. S. Phys. V. BIT. ‘Dependence of the Absorption Spectra of III-V Semiconductor Quantum Dots on the Fundamental Parameters’. Yadava. L.. and Kumar. Patil. 5. 2. 2. Phys. Bhowmick. 103 2. Conf. Goudar.. Bhalki. S. Ranchi. ‘Fiber optic methane and strain sensors for mines’. Kumar. 3-6. and Das. on Devices and Commun. 2011. R. 5. Multidisciplinary Research and Advances in Engineering. and Kabi. Malaysia.15. Patil. B.. Control & Nanotech. V. Pure Appl. Kumar. pp. Tech. 21. Ram. Kumar. Indian J. 7. Vol. K. Ghosh. vol.. 831-846... J. 2010. Proc Int. and Singh. NITK. 84. on Sunrise Techno. 48. pp 345-349.4 Papers published in National Journals 1. 2010. and Das. C. D. ‘Comparative study of asymmetric versus symmetric planar slab dielectric optical waveguides’. Karnataka... Conf. S. vol. Kumar. A. vol 9(4). ‘Experimental Performance Studies of Switched Diversity MIMO Antenna in a Fading Scenario’.3.10. ‘Detection of Environmental Pollutants in Mining Industry using Optical Fibre’. pp. Mesra. V.

S. 104 7. 2010. V. ‘A Theoretical justification for Coincidence of Wavelet maxima at a particular scale pair in event-based pitch detection method’. 10th International Conference on Signal Processing. Proc. S. S. BIT Mesra (India). 12. and Paul. 2011. 2010. Kumar. K.. ‘Effect of Magnetic field on optical anisotropy of CdZnSe quantum dots’. S. Pandey. Univ. Ranjan. . Beijing (China). Photonicsglobal 2010. India. pp. ‘Performance Study of Exponential Varying Refractive Index Planar Slab Optical Waveguides’.. of Int. S. 2010. Delhi. and Bhattacharya. Kumar. Raghuwanshi. 13. Tirunelveli. and Pandey. S. V. ‘Analog Filter based on 0. Priye. Kumar. 14. S. Kumar. 245. Allahabad. N. 120.. ‘Implementation of Floating point operations on Fixed Point Processors – An optimization algorithm and comparative analysis’. vol. Proc of International Conference on Electronic System. T.. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. . Commun. 2011. Singapore. ‘A Novel Channel Select Filter for Multi Strandard Wireless Receiver’. Priye. S. S. IEEE Xplore. and Anamika. International Conference on Devices and Communications. Pandey. B.. 012-036. on Computer. R. International Conference on Computer and Communication Technology. 9. 10. Conf. 2010. Purnapatra.. and Electrical Techno. and Kapoor.. ‘Derivation of Eigen Value Equation by Using Equivalent Transmission Line Method for the Case of Symmetric/Asymmetric Planar Slab Waveguide Structure’. ‘Power penalty in WDM system due to Stimulated Raman Crosstalk’.6. 11. R. Orissa. Photonics 2010. 409-412. V. Raghuwanshi. ‘Stimulated Raman crosstalk in multipumped distributed Raman amplifier’. S. ‘Multi-input single-output(MISO) Voltage Mode Universal Biquad using CCCII’. N. R.. R.N. R. 2011. Rajasthan. S. Acad. pp. and Pandey. Dhiman. of Physical Sciences. 2011. K.. Guwahati. K. Proc. Proc 12th Int. pp. India. and Kumar. and Paul. 282284. K. National Institute of Technology. 2010. K. Rourkela. and Paul. V. Suntec City. . Proc International Conf. 2010. S... Proc.. and Anamika. NSIT. Proc of India International Conference on Power Electronics.25µm Differential Voltage Current Conveyor Transconductance Amplifier (DVCCTA)’. V. 8. J. Mohapatra. Proc. 15. pp. Bhattacharya.

16. 3. Dhanbad. Indian School of Mines. Proc. on Nanoelectronics. Indian School of Mines. Raghuwanshi. National Seminar on Photonics and Materials. V. S. 20. Bhalki India. Int. Seminar on Nanomaterials and their Applications. India. and Nano-tech. compute. 2. Proc. Dhanbad. Proc. V.6 Papers presented in National Seminars/Conferences 1. V. M. V. 4.... D. 2010. 18. Dhanbad. 12th International Conference of International Academy of Physical Sciences. on Fiber Optics and Photonics – PHOTONICS 2010.. in comm. Prasad. 2010. 19. 2010. ‘Dependence of the Propagation Delay of Silicon Nanowire Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistors on Some Important Parameters’ Proc. S. Anamika and Priye. S. and Pandey. Bhardwaj.8. G. S.. Conf. and Das.. Singh. Kumar. and Kumar... 2010.61. pp17-20. Kumar. ‘Dependence of the Photoluminescence of annealed III-V Semiconductor Quantum Dots on the Fundamental Parameters’. and Sen. S. Conf. G.... Viva Books Pvt. Kumar. R. and Jha. Priye. p. “Study of Mode Cut-off Condition of Single Mode Planar Slab Optical Waveguide”. IEEE Conf record # 17948. 2011. Teotia. 2010. K. Tiwari. pp. Dhanbad. S.3... J. 17. A. S. K. ‘Bulk modulus of AIIBIVC2V and AIBIIIC2VI chalcopyrite semiconductors’.. Proc. ICdeCom – 11. Grover. 2011.. ‘Is R & D in optical amplifiers over?’. Control. and Priye. Indian School of Mines. Xth Int. Ranchi. S. 533. Nat. ‘Ray paths in an Elliptic parabolic refractive index profile fiber’.. Raghuwanshi. National Seminar on Photonics and Materials. 105 . V. K. N. ISM. Kumar. 2010. Ltd. Proc International conf. 5. ‘Crosstalk due to stimulated Raman scattering in long haul fiber optic communication system employing optical amplifier’. ‘Complete CAD Based Design of Microstrip Dual Mode Hexagonal Loop Resonator Filter’ Proc. Jaipur.. ‘Wavelength converter using four wave mixing in a semiconductor optical amplifier’. National Seminar on Photonics and Materials. 2011. A.

Kumar Dr. 2011 5.27. V. Techno. Guwahati BIT Mesra. Kumar 21-22 August 2010 24-25 February 2011 December.. S. Kumar Prof.5 PARTICIPATION OF FACULTY/OFFICERS/STAFF IN SEMINARS/ CONFERENCES Name of the Participant Prof. Photonics Global 2010. Bhattacharya Dr. Conf. Kumar. Ranchi 5. V. Jitendra Kumar Co-coordinator Jan 10 -12. Short Term Course on 'Fiber Optic Sensors & Their Industrial Applications' Prof. Priye Prof. Bhattacharya Prof. Suntec City. Bhattacharya visited China for attending 10th International Conference on Signal Processing (ICSP'10) and presented a research paper in the conference 106 . 'Emerging Trends in Environment Health and Safety Management in Mining and Mineral Based Industries' Int. Symp. S. Das 6-7 January 2011 Inst.8. Conf. S. S. Ranchi Sardar Patel IEEE Int. Mesra. 2010 October 2010 24-25 February 2011 Prof. Surathkal BIT.6 VISITS OF FACULTY MEMBERS ABROAD 1. S. S. China BIT Mesra. V.Coordinator and Dr. V. Singapore National Seminar on Photonics and Materials 10th International Conference on Signal Processing International Conference on Devices and Communications Xilinx Workshop on DSP Design Flow Tenth International Conference on Fiber Optics and Photonics International Conference on Devices and Communications Prof. SYMPOSIA. Dhanbad Beijing.8. 14 -16. V. Ranchi Suntec City Singapore ISM. visited Malaysia to present a paper in IEEE Int. Conference Prof.4 SEMINARS. Prof. Kumar. (ICDeCom-11). on Devices and Commun.5.8. Place Langkawi. Malaysia NITK. Priye Prof. Mumbai 11-15 December 2010 24-25 February 2011 IIT. V. 2010 March 25 . V. Kumar Title Duration 5-7 July 2010. CONFERENCES ORGANIZED BY THE DEPARTMENT. 2. WORKSHOPS. Bhattacharya Prof. on Photonics (ICP 2010) Int.

D. S. Selection Committee for Project Fellows.8.7 SPECIAL LECTURES BY DISTINGUISHED GUESTS Dr. examiner of M. Alcatel Lucent technologies India Ltd. NIT Rourkela. Bareilly examiner of Ph. Dhanbad examiner of Ph. viva-voce exam at BIT. thesis of Rohilkhand University.23rd January 2011 5. delivered guest lecture on Wireless networks During 21st .D. reviewer of FIZIKA A&B. DGMS. V. H. Conf. Croatia.8 MISCELLANEOUS Prof. Scientist F. 107 . M.23rd January 2011 During 21st . Kumar • • • • • • member. Kori. Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre/ ISRO delivered guest lecture on Nanotechnology Dr. Kumar • • Reviewer of International Journal of Modelling and Simulation Reviewer of some papers of Int. Dhanbad attended Technical Appraisal Committee meeting. Mesra.5. Ranchi. Sreelal S. CIMFR. Retired Technical Director. Tech. India. Pillai. Dr. Computing & Security (ICCCS2011). on Communication. viva-voce exam at BIT.8. Ranchi. Mesra.

a distinguished Alumnus & Professor in University of New Orleans delivered the special lecture on 'Innovations in Mining'. 2010. Bhattacharya. First batch of 23 students of B. in Environmental Engineering course and now the centre is a part of this department. CPSI and Dr. Tapan Sarker. K. Former Director of Indian School of Mines delivered the special lecture on 'Global Warming. S. (Environmental Engineering) was passed out in June 2010 and well placed in various companies. Dhanbad as a Centre of Excellence in Mining Environment. Dr Anshumali. Canada visited the department. Vipin Kumar participated in International Conference abroad. C. th Carbon Sequestration and some related Problem'. 4 R&D projects (one from Ministry of Rural Development and three from ISM Major/Minor projects) were also initiated during 2010-11.9 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING Centre of Mining Environment was created by the Ministry of Environment & Forests in 1987 at Indian School of Mines. World Environment Day on June 5. South Bank Campus. Singh. Dr. S. K. 11 National Journals & 48 in National/International conferences) were published by the faculty of the department. Four issues of MINENVIS news letter were published through ENVIS centre of MOEF. Prof. Piakong from University of Malaysia. The Department presently involved in carrying out MoEF funded R&D project (` 214.Tech. Gurdeep Singh. 2011 at Golden Jubilee Lecture Theatre (GJLT).9 Lakh) on Carrying Capacity Based Planning for Proposed Sustainable Development in Goa Region. Energy Security.Tech. Dutta. 2010 and Green Campus Campaign on September 08. 200 lakhs during 2010-11. of Mining Queen's University. 85 papers (36 International Journals. K. Dr. 2010. The Department organized 9th Professor S. Dr. The Department also completed consultancy projects of worth Rs. B. Professor and Head. Prof. Dhaveji. Laeeque K. The Department celebrated 40th Anniversary of Earth Day on the eve of World Earth Day on April 22. Daneshmend. Dr. Sachdeva. The Robert M. Piyush K. A number of eminent personalities such as Dr. Griffith Business School.5. Gupta. INAE Distinguished Professor. K. Apart from this. Buchan Dept. Bose Memorial Lecture on February 25. B. distinguished Alumnus & Former Advisor (Coal) & President. Fellow of Asia Pacific Centre for Sustainable Enterprise. Dr. Dr. P. K. 108 . The Department also organised 10 Professor S. Department of Environmental Science & Engineering was created out of this centre in 2007 after the introduction of B. 2010 at ISM. Mining Advisor and his team from Goa. Shri R. Sabah. Alok Sinha and Dr.Bose Memorial Lecture on December 27.

OCP . Engg. Remote Sensing). CIMFR. B. (ESE) 2 Days March 2011 109 . Indian Institute of Petroleum Research (IIPR). IIT. Keshav Dev Malviya Institute of Petroleum Exploration (KDMPE). B.  Sir Dorabji Park Period of visit May 9-14. Tel Bhavan. Dehradun  Satabdi.5. Place of visit BE College. Wildlife Institute of India (WII). CPCB. IIT KGP (Mining. MOEF.9.Tech. 2010 May 22-28. NIT Rourkela and Rourkela Steel Plant Nagpur: NEERI.Tech. 2010 May 22-28.Tech. Civil. Sri Ram Institute. (ESE) V Sem. B. 2010 Field Visit II Sem.  Flyash pond area. 2010 Educational Excursion IV Sem. Biotechnology. Forest Research Institute of India (FRI). 2010 Educational Excursion Educational Excursion Educational Excursion V Sem. Delhi Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology (WIHG). BCCL  Lodna Fire Area. Ag. BCCL  TISCO Jamadoba Coal Beneficiation Plant.Tech. (ESE) V Sem. Oil & Natural Gas Commission (ONGC). NBSSLUP.. Regional Remote Sensing Centre.  10 MW Fluidized Bed Power Plant  Water Treatment Plant  Stowing Plant  Reclaimed Mining area. B. (ESE) May 16-22. Jhilmil CETP JNU.Tech. M. B. IIT Delhi.Tech. MOEF. CPCB. Azadpur Landfill Sites. CMPDI JNU.1 FIELD VISITS/EXCURSIONS/TRAINING PROGRAMMES UNDERTAKEN BY STUDENTS Particulars Educational Excursion Batch of students IV Sem. May 13-22. WBPCB.

: MRD(1)/2010-2011/ 290/ESE) Regional Environmental Impact Assessment Study of Mining in Goa Region Reduction of Chlorinated Pesticides by Zero-Valent Iron (ZVI): Kinetics. and publishes Newsletters and Monographs. etc. Metallurgical.14. Basic engineering and science subjects on Air. Environmental Geotechnology. Socio-economic.91. Assessment and Management. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics. S. Water and Soil Quality Monitoring. New Delhi Ministry of Environment and Forests Dr. Soil Mechanics. ASP/ESE ` 7. Textiles Industries.9. 2. Wastewater Engineering. Environmental Ecology & Microbiology. The Department has an Environmental Information System on Mining (MINENVIS) with a web-site: geocities. EIA. Alok Sinha of Mines ` 5.400/.Ongoing Indian School Dr. Gupta. 3. 4. Mining and Allied Industries. Energy sectors.com/envis_ism. which maintains a database management system to cater to the requirements of various users/ stakeholders of the mineral industry.9.3 BRIEF LIST OF ON-GOING R & D PROJECTS Project Title Sponsoring Agency Coordinator(s) Project Value Status Disinfection byproducts formations and their management in water supplies in India (Project No.5. Pulp & Paper. Environmental Leadership Projects. K. State of the art facilities for laboratory practical and hands on Summer Training cum Internship for all the IV Semester onwards Environmental Engineering students in various industries i.e. Audit. 5.000/- Ongoing 110 . Petroleum.38 lakhs Ongoing ESE ` 2. Pathways and Long Term Performance Ministry of Rural Development (GOI). Remote Sensing & GIS. Environmental Chemistry. Chemical.2 BEST PRACTICES OF THE DEPARTMENT The Department of Environmental Science & Engineering offers: 1. Environmental Legislation.75.

6 . Ecorestoration status of coalmine overburden dumps: a case study from South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL). K. Singh et al. K. 2010.00. In: Project Environmental Clearance. A. Jain. Wide Publishing. In: Environmental Disasters (Ed. 2010. In: Project Environmental Clearance.9. K. 2010.K.000.00 5.. Characterization and separation of oil-in-water emulsion. Revegetation planning for the degraded soil and site aggregates in Dump sites.9. Advances in Sustainable Petroleum Engineering Science (ASPES). India. 1 (4).4 IMPORTANT COLLABORATIVE WORK Organisation/laboratory  Central Pollution Control Board. Maiti. 2010. 5. 4.000/-) Name of Equipment Differential global positioning Lab/Purpose Land use Hydro geological lab/ for georeferencing of position of object with respect to time Quantity 1 Value (`) ` 5. P. 189-228. Vol. 2010. ESE department of ISM has provided Air Pollution Control System for these units. Corporation. pp. (German Technical Cooperation) Advisory Services in Environmental Management Nature of Interaction Energy Efficiency Interventions in Coke Oven Cluster in Dhanbad. New Delhi. S. pp. S. Bhattacharya). S.6 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 5. (Ed. 111 . Bhattacharya). Kolkata Maiti. Allocation of supplementary aeration stations in the Chicago waterway system for dissolved oxygen improvement. APH Pub.9. (Ed. Daryaganj. Journal of Environmental Management (JEMAD-10-00901) 2. 5.5 IMPORTANT NEW EQUIPMENT ACQUISITIONED (ABOVE ` 5. Singh.9.5. J. 2010.  Jharkhand Pollution Control Board  GtZ. and Maity. Ojha. J. Chapter-III.)..72. 219-245. K.K. G. M. Delhi. K. Kumar. Mandal. Some Aspects of Project Environmental Engineering Design.1 Book reviews/contribution of chapters in a book 1. 3.

K. 2010. Clusterization of mines for obtaining comprehensive environmental clearance: a case study of BCCL lease hold areas. P. 2. Int. 2010. of Indian School of Mines. 112 3. Int. pp. 5(4): 571-579. Asian J. K. G. Singh. and Singh. 5. 1/2/3. G.6. 2010 Singh. 8. 2010. Jr. G. 03(03): 409-415. E.13-27.6... and Raju. 3(2): 386-388. K. Jain. 2010. Science and Technology. Venkatesh. Maiti.. Int. 4. of Indian School of Mines. and Singh. R. P. Singh.. A. Air quality depreciation index in a coal mining area a case study from Eastern India. 2010. A. Gupta. Das Gupta. K. Nos. G. 2. Journal of Environmental Management ( JEMA D -11-00519) 5. Jr. Study of boron behaviour in two Spanish coal combustion power plants. K. 2010. and Jain. M..R.. Special Volume 2010. Paul. 7771-7784. India A case study. Eastern India. Environment and Pollution. pp. 12. M. Assessment of river water quality status by using Water Quality Index (WQI) in industrial area of Orissa. 2010. Singh. Vol. S. Air pollution dispersion modeling performance for mining. 9. Int. Research Chem. of Science & Technology 5(4): 205-222. Ray. and Singh. Jain. Reza. of Applied Environmental Sciences. Special Volume 2010. Singh. 10. P. G. A study on particle size distribution profile of coal combustion residues from thermal power plants of India. M.. No. Int. India. pp. 6(1): 23-34.. 43. 6. K. Jr. 2010.V.9. Jr. Singh. B. Jr. G. J. A. Y. Air quality assessment of Dhanbad District. Int. Vol. and Chugh. Sulphate: occurrence. and Pal. Roy. D. and Singh. R. International Journal of Engineering.29-48.2 Papers published in International Journals 1. and Pal. S.S. Mishra. R. Jr. 7. G. Bioremediation of copper mine waste: a case study from Mosaboni copper mines. 2010. S. . Impact of coal mining and industrial activities on land use pattern in Angul-Talcher region of Orissa. P.K. G. 2010. Journal of Ovonic research. Singh. 2010. Electrical and optical properties of SOL-GEL prepared Pd-doped SnO2 thin Films: effect of multiple layers and its use as room temperature methane gas sensor. of Earth Sciences and Engineering.. of American Science 6(5): 107-114. problems & control measures. Jaiprakash. G. Venkat Reddy.

K. Singh. 2011.K. Applied Environ. J.. Anaerobic pilot-scale treatment of a tetrachloethylene-rich synthetic effluent with morphological study of granules. Singh. and Singh. C.a case study. Maiti S. Gupta. and Singh. K. Vol. G. India. 20.. G. 15. Microbial enzyme assay as a surrogate measure of soil microbial activity in Jharia Coal Field.. Singh. 2. Tiwary. No.. Bhakat.. Utilization of coal combustion residue in reclamation of mining degraded lands in Jharia Coalfields. 2010. 2010. 463-473. 18. 13.K. Basu. S. Singh.. The height:diameter ratio dependent ecesis of native plant seedlings: Implication in restoration of overburden dumps. 5. and Anshumali 2010. pp. A. Singh. Int. 5(5): 749-763. Removal of cyanide from aqueous solution using fly ash. Environ Monit. Assess. Int. 4. pp. and Singh. G.1383-1396. 2010. No. S. Asia-Pacific Business Review. 19. 1. P. 128-138. P. Vol. Multi-route risk assessment from trihalomethanes in drinking water supplies. USA.L. and Singh. J. 14. G. 2010. U. Sengupta. 2. G. Paul. India. International Journal of Applied Environmental Science. Vol. and Sinha. India. Anshumali. M.11. 33-42. Jr. Singh. G. 3. pp. 113 12. and Singh.. India-a case study. of Applied Environmental Sciences. and Singh. and Mukhopadhyay. Dhanbad. P. 16... Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management. R. 5. Published online: Sept. 2010. Phytoremediation of Cr(VI) Laden Waste by Eichhornia crassipes. K. 2010. Anshumali. VI. R. S. Mitra. Sci. K. 413-422. Jharkhand. Gupta. 2010.. Algae as an indicator of river water pollution-a review. 14. G. Vol. Environmental Technology and Management. D. Singh. 26. Gupta.. J. Bhakat. Impact of climate change in mining region. Land use/ land cover changes in Angul-Talcher region.. No. 17. 5.K. The Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management. 21. No. R. B. 627-636. Int.K. C. Sharan. Sengupta. The Bioscan. G. Physico-chemical analysis of groundwater of selected areas of Jharia Coalfield Region. D. Orissa. R. Singh. S. G. 5. pp. Vol. . 2011. The Bioscan. Int. Applied Environmental Sciences. 2010. 2010. Dora S. 765-770. 08.

5. Impact of opencast coal mining operations on the quality of soil.. Rai. Res. Sc. 5. 7. Paul. 2010. 2010. March 2010. and Singh.6. Agric. Jharkhand. S. 2010. of Air Pollution Control. 2. India. and Singh. India. Best management practices of responsible mining. G. Environ. of IME. Suman. G. of MEAI. X. Mine Water Environ. K. Rai. pp. 2010. B. K. Conf. 4. Physical characterisation and leachate test of fly ash from Chandrapura thermal power station. K. Vipin Kumar and Singh. S. Jr. 2011. A. 11(11): 12-18. 29(3): 225-234. J. P. A. Jharkhand. B. Fluoride contamination in ambient air around NALCO aluminium smelter in Angul. 5.K. 2010. Giri. & Ecoplan. 30. Vipin. Jr.. G. 64. 2010. 3. Singh.. 23. 9-17. G. 2010. 2010.9. 8.. pp 1025-1029. Orissa (India). Vipin. A study on the environmental aspects of coal ash disposal. & Biol. Indian J. 2011. G. Efficacy of fly-ash based bio-fertilizers vs perfected chemical fertilizers in wheat (Triticum aestivum). Paul. B. K. Jr. An evaluation of metal contamination in surface and groundwater around a proposed uranium mining site. Utilization of fly ash as filling material in underground mines: a case study. and Singh.a critical review. Indian Journal of Environmental Protection. Assessment of total and fecal coliform incidence on salad vegetables grown under sewage water irrigation. Vol. G. No12. Nagpur. Scientific Res. Paul. G. 50(02): 27-30.22. 114 . 185-188.. Middle-East J. NEERI. G. Studies on shelf-life of fly-ash based azotobacter chroococcum formulation and its bio-efficacy in wheat. M. B. 2010.4 Papers published in International Seminars/Conferences 1. Paul. of Mine Tech. Rai.9.3 Papers published in National Journals 1. Singh. and Singh. on 'Sustainable Water Resource Management and Treatment Technologies'. 6. K. G.. and Singh. pp. 6(3): 280-282. Singh.2. Indian Jr. Suitability of fly ash as a mine void fill material . A. and Pal. 6 (2). K. K. January 19-21. 2011.. A. 31(3): 37-40. and Gupta. pp 1-6.K. Jain. Rai. No.6. A. and Gupta. 17 (1-2): 175178. MINENVIS News Letter No. Int. Vol.

Mukhopadhyay. Environmental impact assessment of mining projects. D. Assessments of soil dehydrogenase activity in alluvial soil cover in eastern part of Raniganj Coalfield. and Maiti. 1st 3rd October 2010. NIT. University of Mauritius. July 12-16.109.. USA. 7. 2010. International Conference on Frontiers in Biological Sciences (InCoFIBS2010). 2010. Water sustainability through augmentation of underground pumped out water for potable purpose from coal mines of Eastern India. 10-12.. Orissa. Conf. 2010. December 10-12. K. India.2. and Mukhopadhay. Proc. Conf. India. of Int. Mukhopadhyay. 2010. Dec. Sambalpur University. Malaysia. 8. . Maiti. 2010. C. 2010. 10. on 'Energy. p. 5. Environmental Research (ICER-10). UMS. G. 2010. International Conference on Frontiers in Biological Science (InCoFIBS 2010). Sambalpur University & National Environmentalists Association. EH&T. and Maiti. Oct. S.K. CESE. S. 2010. Natural mycorrhizal colonization in tree species growing on the reclaimed coalmine overburden dumps: case study from Jharia coalfields. R. A. K. 2010. Proc. Proc. and Singh. Rourkela. Ranchi. National Institute of Technology. 2010. P. India. Environment and Development from Stockholm to Copenhagen and Beyond'. Rourkela. Texas. Orissa Kumar. 115 3. Assessment of soil dehydrogenase activity (DHA) in coalmine overburden dumps and natural soil. 4. Mauritius. G. 3rd Int. Singh. Singh. The height:diameter ratio dependent ececis of native plant seedlings: implication in restoration of overburden dumps. S. 01-03. School of Science & Technology. Singh. 2010. Sengupta.. Chaudhuri. S. 3rd Int. G. Conf. 2010. on Southeast Asian Natural Resources and Environmental Management. S. S. and Maiti. G. Int. S. Houston. S. August 3-5. Sinha. K. International Conference on Environment. 6. S. Sabah. 2010. Fifth Int. K. Cong. Qualitative and quantitative assessment of groundwater of coal mining areas. Conf. and Srivastava. 2010. 9. G. Anshumali and Singh. K. Singh.. Comparative study of soil CO2 flux between an afforested coalmine overburden dumps and natural soil. Bhakat. Review on Endocrine D Srupting Chemicals (EDCS): Remedial Options. Energy and Development (ICEED-2010). 16-18 September 2010. on Environmental Science and Technology.

S. March 15-17. 2011. International Conference on Environment. Singh. December 10-12. 11. 109. Philadelphia.. Geological investigation for sustainable mine closure strategy of Jharia Coalfield. Houston. 5th International Conference on th Environmental Science and Technology. B. S. L. B. CESE. Paul. . R. Paul. A. K. 2010. B. International Conference on Energy. Sinha. Energy and Development (ICEED-2010). Tiwary. 16. 11-13 January 2011. 2010. Orissa. 14.K. Singh. A. 17. 2010. West Bengal (17-19 February). U. 2011. Maiti. Reza.S. International Conference on Environmental Health and Technology (EH&T 2010). Srivastava. India-A Case Study. Modeling of Reduction of Chromium (VI) by Zero-Valent Iron. Utilization of coal combustion residue in reclamation of mining degraded lands in Jharia Coalfields. 25th International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management. 2010. Sambalpur University.. 2011.K. India. and Anshumali 2010. India. Sengupta. March 27 30. National institute of Technology. 18. and Srivastava. IIT Kanpur. Orissa. 12-16 July 2010. Algae as an indicator of river water pollution a review. USA. Durgapur. Microbial enzyme assay as a surrogate measure of soil microbial activity in Jharia Coal Field. 15. 2010. R. Mine closure strategy of Jharia Coalfield-a concept to reality. Widener University. Dora. Environment and Development. Texas. International Conference on Sustainable Water Resource Management and Climate Change Adaptation. R. and Singh. 2010. Gupta. G. 13. 10-12 December 2010. 2010.International Conference on Environment.. Sambalpur University. Anshumali. G. of Envt. G. C. Proc. Review on Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals: Remedial Options. Sc. and Sinha. 19.. and Singh. pp. International Conference on Mother Earth: 116 12. 2010Dept. S. and Jain. 26th International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management. 2010. Philadelphia.A.. Proc. Paul. R. K. G. Proc. Energy and Development (ICEED-2010). K. International Seminar on Recent Advances in Geosciences. December 10-12.. Removal of cyanide from aqueous solution using fly ash. Sharan. M. R. Impact of industrial development on surface water resources in Angul region of Orissa.

Visakhapatnam. 19-20. 2011. Texas.141-150.Save it for Future Generation (ICME 2010). 5. 117 2. Andhra University. pp. 4. 2010. 2010. 30. Forum of Scientists.. and Pal. 2010.. Allahabad. A. 3. 2010. Seminar cum Workshop on Environment and Sustainable Development in Mineral Industry and Solid Waste Management. Vipin Kumar and Singh. 2010. 2011. 2011. Oct. Nat. 20.K.A. March 14-15. July 1216.C. R. and Bose. USA. 22. G. Land Use Planning in Mining Areas. P. Singh. Proc. Singh. Srivastava. R. 747-756.K. Sinha. Feb. Nov. 8 All India People's Technology Congress. Proc. Takniki Evam Vigyan Kendra. 5. A. International conference on Environmental Science and Technology. Proc. A. 21. P. 1010. U.9. A. G. Engineers & Technologists (FOSET). University of Burdwan. Dust and noise problems in opencast drilling and their management. March 27 30. Kolkata. of National Conference cum Workshop on Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. Singh. National Seminar on Biotechnology for Human and Social Welfare. K. Burdwan. D. 26th International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management. Vipin Kumar and Singh. Proc. U.. Dehalogenation of 2-Chloronaphthalene with un-Rusted HCIF in semi-batch and continuous systems. 3-4. 2010. G. 69. and Singh. July 1216. pp. Impact studies of fly-ash management as carrier for bio-pesticides formulation.K. Shale Gas. 2011. G. Philadelphia. pp. Proc. Pal.6. Proceeding of National Seminar on Drills & Drilling An Update Bandyopadhyay. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration at ISM. 2010. Proc. Bhakat. G. Genetically modified crops: environmental risk assessment and public concern. Yash Krishi. 2011 pp. pp. Texas.S. Singh..5 Papers published in National Seminars/Conferences 1. Status of CBM Resources and Qualitative Assessment of Groundwater in Coal Mining Region. Kumar. Reduction of Chromium (VI) by Zero Valent Iron (ZVI): impact of chlorides. . and Sinha. Quality of life and its th role in improving societal environment. 13-15. 2010. 30. International conference on Environmental Science and Technology. G.. 2010. USA..

Mukhopadhyay. ISEB & NBRI. P. 22. and Mukhopadhyay. Maiti. 2011. S. S. Maiti. K. ISM. P.. Maiti.5th October 2010. 2011. 2010. S. FRI. S. Study of carbon dioxide fluxes in a managed grassland ecosystem. Excel India Publishers. S. and Mukhopadhyay. Singh. 2010. 9. and Sarkar. A. Singh. Forest Ecology & Envt Div.K. Lucknow. Environmental impacts of drilling muds. National Conference on Biotechnology and the Environment. 38. 19-20 November 2010. National Conf. and Das. ISM Dhanbad. 23-24 September. S. National Conference cum Workshop on CSECS 2010. K. Comparative study of dehydrogenase activity (DHA) in coalmine restored overburden dumps and natural soil. 183-190. Mukhopadhyay. 2010. ISM. and Maiti.. National Seminar on 'Drill and Drillings An Update' (Eds. Mukhopadhyay. pp. S. of Applied Physics. ICPEP-4. p. D. Dehradun. pp. Heavy metal pollution in soil due to smelting operation: a case study. 11. 121122. Feb. 14. S. S. p. Paul. B. 2011. . 8-11 Dec. Status of CBM resources and qualitative assessment of Ground water in Coal mining region. 2010. New Delhi. K. 2010. 2011). 2010. FRI.special emphasis on micronutrients and heavy metals. Study of soil CO2 flux in grassland and afforested ecosystem. National Conf. 11. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration. K. 6167. B. Maiti.. Ghosal). p. Dhanbad. 10.S. M. Maiti. 2010. 13. Durgapur. 118 7. Dept of Applied Geology. and Singh. ISM Dhanbad.K. Dehradun. 8.6. Dept. G. Study of soil CO2 flux in afforested coalmine overburden dumps and natural soil. Proc. S. Bioremediation of coalmine overburden dumps with tree species . S. Shale Gas. 10-11. 8-11 Dec. Application of nanomaterials in water and wastewater engineering: a review. National Institute of Technology. 2011). on Landscape restoration processes challenges and opportunities (22-23rd Feb.C. 12. K. ISEB & NBRI. National Conference on Nanomaterials and Their Application. R. ICPEP-4. S. Bhakat. th Mukhopadhyay & S. and Maiti..P. National Conference cum Workshop on Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. p.. K. Forest Ecology & Envt Div. Dhanbad. 4th . S. and Mukherjee. 2011. 2010. K. on Landscape restoration processes challenges and opportunities (22-23rd Feb. Lucknow. K. and Maiti. p. 5-6.

5.Tech. Gupta    Reviewer of Int. Proc. . 2010. Ecological blueprint of plantation in mining sectors: an implication in biodiversity conservation and climate change. External Examiner for Viva Voce of M. Assessment and status of battery waste management in Kanpur. Students at NIFFT Ranchi Invited guest lecturer at NIT Rourkela in Training Program. Workshop cum Seventeenth National Symposium on Environment (NSE-17). Dehradun. Factors influencing the formation of disinfection by-products in drinking water supplies in Eastern Part of India. P. G. M. Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sc.Challenges and Opportunities. B. of Delhi.. U. 22-23 February 2011. 14-15. 22-25. Proc. 17. Jan. Proceedings of National Conference on 'Sustainable Management of E-Waste'. 2010.Tech.. 2010.. FRI. National Seminar on Electronic Waste (NASEW-10) NML. Singh. 2010.K. M. National Seminar on Electronic Waste. S. G. Verma.. Nat. 18. 2010. 2010.Environmental Engineering at NIFFT Ranchi. Biodegradation of tetrachloroethylene in anaerobic hybrid reactor. Basu. India. Landscape restorating strategy of Jharia Coalfield.15.. Feb. Univ. Dehradun Gulati. Delhi. K.K. Sinha. 2011. Conf. Jain  External paper setter for M. A. Jamshedpur. Gupta. Journal of Hazardous Materials Reviewer of Int. and Sinha.7 MAJOR ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTIONS Dr. K. Landscape Restoration Processes Challenges and Opportunities. and Singh. S. Disposal and recycling of e-waste in India: impact assessment. S. 21-22. K.. A. Jamshedpur. 2010. Singh. Dec. S. 16. 2010. 19. Journal of Water Research Reviewer of Int. Gupta. Paul. FRI. National Conference on Landscape Restoration and Process .   Dr. Mitra. G. Proc. P. and Mukhopadhayay. 13 15 May. 2011 Anshumali 2011. 20.. Journal of Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology 119 . IIT Kanpur.9.

SYMPOSIA.    Reviewer of Indian Journal of Microbiology Reviewer of Journal of Institution of Engineer External paper setter for M. Singh   Reviewer of the Journal of Environmental Management. 2010) Training Program & Study Tour on 'Sustainable Management of Mineral Resources in Nigerian Mining Sector' under World Bank aided Project on Capacity Building in Environmental Management (August 30 September 5. Dhanbad. Ranchi.8 SEMINARS. Earth Day Celebration 2010 (April 22. Viva Voce of IIT. Mesra. P. NEERI. Nagpur. External Examiner for M. An expert member of Selection committee of Project Fellow at CIMFR. Dr. Dhanbad. 2010) Organised 9 Professor S. 2. K. WORKSHOPS. BIT. K. 4. Kharagpur. 2010) Unit-Based Training Workshop for the Officials of M P State Pollution Control Board on 'Environmental Pollution Control in Mines' (August 9-13. 6.9. 2010) Organised 10th Professor S. 7. 8. 25. 2010) World Environment Day 5 June 2010 Green Campus Campaign (September 08. by researchers from Stanford University. Bose Memorial Lecture (Feb. CONFERENCES ORGANIZED BY THE DEPT/CENTER 1. 5. 27. 120 . Tech. Bose Memorial Lecture (Dec. 2010) A Workshop Cum-Presentation on 'Characterisation and Simulation of Underground Coal Fires Leading to Making Strategies for Extinguishing of these Fires' at ISM. 3.Tech. K. th th 5. USA and Environmental Sc & Engg Dept on 24th November 2010.

Ranchi 2010 January 10. 2010 October 18.P.9.P. New Delhi Prof.B. Jabalpur Prof. C-FARM at India Habitat 2010 Centre.18 Management February 2011 Studies at ISM. Gurdeep Singh Workshop on 'Disaster Management' Seminar on 'Environmental Management in Mining Sector' 3rd Indian Mineral Congress December 28. Gurdeep Singh Title Duration Place Seminar on 'Illegal Mining' National Seminar 'Fly Ash an Opportunity for Mining Sector' Workshop on 'Mining Education. Delhi 28th August 2010 Indian Association of air Pollution Control. Gurdeep Singh M. Gurdeep Singh Prof. 2010 MEAI at Bhubaneswar August 26-27. Pal Dept. Delhi Federation of Environmental Resources. Dhanbad Prof.P. Nagpur Road.5. A. Delhi 2nd July. 2010 121 . Dhanbad Dept. L. 2010 Mining Engineers' Association of India (MEAI). ISM. 2011 February 5. Pollution Control Board at Bhopal ISM Alumni Association. Gurdeep Singh August 28.An update” National Seminar on Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence Dr. K. New Delhi Prof. A. Gurdeep Singh Prof. of ME & MME. A. Dhanbad Prof. of 17 .9 PARTICIPATION OF FACULTY/OFFICERS/STAFF IN SEMINARS/ CONFERENCE Name of the Participant Prof. A. Pal National Seminar on “Drills and Drilling. Research and Training in the Contemporary Mining Scenario' Workshop on 'Environmental Management in Mining Activities' April 14. K. Aggarwal Workshop on Current environmental Standards and Guidance in Oil & Gas Industries sector & its Implementation Prof. L.C. Gurdeep Singh Dr. 2010 M. Ltd. 2011 23-24 Sept. Hotel Ashoka. Aggarwal National Conference on Environmental Sociology. Jabalpur at Hotel Gulzar Towers. Delhi Grass Route Research & Creation Pvt.

S. Maiti National Conference cum Workshop on CSECS 2010. USA. Jain Dr. K. P. Maiti International Conference on December Environment. of ME & MME. B. Maiti Dr. B. Singh Dept. Sc. Maiti Dr. 2010 August 26-27. 'Environmental Science and Technology' 2010 Dr.Challenges and Opportunities National Seminar on “Drills and Drilling. Feb. 2010 November 19-20. 2011 July 12-16. Houston. of Applied Geology. Houston. Energy and Development 10-12. Paul Dr.. M. K. USA Dr. K.A. Gupta Fifth International Conference on July 12-16. Texas. Dept. Singh Dr. M. USA Dr. 2010 Dept. ISM.An update” National Seminar on Fly Ash Opportunity for Mining Sector 26th International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management 10-12 Dec. Paul Dr. K. National Seminar on “Drills and Drilling. Dhanbad American Academy of Sciences. ISM. 2010 Dr. of Applied Geology. 10-11. B. Shale Gas.Dr. K.K. of Envt. ISM Dhanbad. S. Dhanbad Dept. K. ISM Dhanbad. Environment and Development International Seminar on Recent Advances in Geosciences National Conference on Landscape Restoration and Process . 22-25. Dr. Dhanbad C-Farm & CPSI NEW DELHI Widener Uni. Texas. Anshumali 122 . 2010 August 26-27. Sambalpur Univ. Paul 25th International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management International Conference on Energy. of ME & MME. 23-24 Sept..S. S.An update” November 19-20 2010. Philadelphia. 2011 23-24 Sept. FRI. ISM. Jain Dr. 2010 11-13 January 2011. 2010 Philadelphia PA. K. American Academy of Sciences. S. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration Feb. Dehradun Dept. B. Orissa Dept. Paul Dr. P. K. 2010 National Conference on Nanomaterials and Their Application Fifth International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology National Conference cum Workshop on Geological and Technological Facets of CBM.. U. S. of Applied Physics.

Afghanistan.A. 2011 July 12-16. Philadelphia. organized by The World Bank during February 12 15. 2010. during August 3-5. 22-25. Philadelphia. K. Organised by JERAD in association with University of Mauritius.10 VISITS OF FACULTY MEMBERS ABROAD 1. Dr. USA for attending Fifth International Conference on 'Environmental Science and Technology 2010' during July 1216. to attend th the 26 International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management.9. USA for attending Fifth International Conference on 'Environmental Science and Technology 2010' during July 1216. K. Dr. Widener Uni. P. Prof. International Conference on Sustainable January Water Resource Management and 19-21. Prof. 2011 Treatment Technologies Widener Uni. U. Dr. Philadelphia.Dr. Anshumali Dr. USA Dr. Gurdeep Singh participate and presented an Invited Lecture and Chaired a Technical Session at Southeast Asian Natural Resources and Environmental Management.S. organised by the University Malaysia. 2010. 2011 at Kabul. U. 5.. Sabah.A. Texas. Alok Sinha American Academy of Sciences.S. September 16-19. 2010. Technology and Management 2011 U. Gupta visited Texas. Anshumali National Conference on Landscape Restoration Processes Challenges and Opportunities National Level Training Course on Hazardous Waste Management. 6. 2010 FRI. Gurdeep Singh invited as a Technical Consultant to the NEPA for the Training of EIA Expert Board. Reduit. 4. Anshumali visited Widener University. Gurdeep Singh presented an invited lecture and Chaired a Technical Session at ICER-2010. March 27 30. 2011 October 27-30.A. Dehradun Dr. 2.. 2011. 123 . Singh visited Texas. Prof. S. Vipin Kumar International Conference on Solid Waste March 27-30. Houston.S. 2010. Vipin Kumar 5. Dr. 3. International conference on Environmental Science and Technology (ICEST 2010) Feb.

Fellow of Asia Pacific Centre. Chester. Officials of MPPCB Delegates 4. Water.9. USA. GIS Applications Waste Water Testing Preparation of EIA/EMP. Bose Memorial Lecture Dr. Laeeque K.9. Gera. Delhi 6. Piakong Mohd Tuah. Canada Delivered Lecture 124 . Goa 5. Dr. Shri R. Land Survey and Mapping. Dr. Dr.12 DISTINGUISHED VISITORS TO THE SCHOOL (INDICATING OCCASION/ PURPOSE) Name of Visitors 1. S. Dhaveji & his team.. Bhattacharya. Queen's Univer.11 TESTING SERVICES (LAB FACILITIES AVAILABLE FOR TESTING IN THE DEPARTMENT/CENTER) Testing facilities are available at department as per following list:       Air. INAE Distinguished Prof. Mining Advisor. S. Sachdeva. President of CPSI Occasion/Purpose Training cum Study Tour Training cum Study Tour Training Workshop Collaboration for Research Special lecture on SODAR Addressed Faculty & Students 5. Nigerian Delegates 3. Malaysia University 2. B.K. 5. Tapan Sarkar. 2010. Dr.K. 5. Canada Delivered Lecture Prof. Vipin Kumar visited Widener University. Occasion/Purpose Prof. S. B.13 SPECIAL LECTURES BY DISTINGUISHED GUESTS Name of Lecturer Prof. B.9. Professor of Queen's University. Samir Doshi. C. Soil & Noise Monitoring and assessment Biodiversity Survey. Director level Scientist of CSIR.7. Daneshmend. Philadelphia. Invited Guest Lecture Griffith Business School South Bank Campus Dr. USA for attending Fifth International Conference on 'Environmental Science and Technology 2010' during July 1216. Prof. Alok Sinha visited Texas. 8.

Bihar State Pollution Control Board. Dr A K Pal:  Delivered lectures in an Orientation Course organized by Arnab Socio Education Institute/Trust.14 MISCELLANEOUS A stall was exhibited during the 3rd Mineral Congress & Exhibition. Expert Appraisal Committee (Mining). Jayanta Bhattacharya. Dhanbad on February 5. Dutta. and in Short Course on Environmental Mgmt in Mining and Allied Industries. School of Environmental Science JNU Dr. Piyush K. S. Bose Memorial Lecture Delivered Lecture Delivered Lecture Delivered Lecture Delivered Lecture Delivered Lecture Delivered Lecture Delivered Lecture Delivered Lecture 5. Civil Engg Department. Dehradun Prof. HOD. Reena Singh. Scientist & Head Ecology & Environment Division. Reviewed a paper for the Journal of the Institution of Engineers (India)  125 . Dhanbad.K. Research Fellow. BIT. Forest Research Institute . organized by ISM Alumni Association at ISM.9. Indrajeet Roy. IIT Kharagpur Dr. A Distinguished Alumnus & Professor in University of New Orleans.K. University of Cologne Dr. Institute of Geography. 2011. Prof. Padmanabhamurthy.Dr. Member.Sharma. Profulla Soni. Joshi. Patna Prof. Ranchi Prof. BIT Sindri. Former Director IMD and Professor & Dean. Mesra. Rourkela. USA Shri Indu Shekhar Singh. R. Professor and Head Mining Engineering .P. Member Secretary . T. New Delhi Dr. organized by the Dept of Mining Engg at NIT. B.

Dr. 5-Years Integrated B. Moonidih coal washery. Few students availed foreign internships from Australia. courses in Mineral Engineering. Shoren Batch of students I M. K. Tech. HZL. The Department has collaborative work with several industries such as CMPDI Ranchi.S. 5. N. in Mineral Engineering with M.Tech. NMDC (R&D Centre). Prof. NML Jamshedpur.Tech. City Bokaro Period of visit 16-4-2011 9-4-2011 20-4-2011 126 . Tech.10. S. Tech. during their course of studies. in Mineral Resources Management. Tata Steel Jamshedpur. Faculty members of the department have published their research papers in different international/national Journals/seminar/symposium and participated in different international seminar symposium and have chaired the sessions. Prof. programs).Verma Prof. Mandre and Dr. S. L. in Mineral and M. Tech. Vizac Steel Plant of SAIL. M N Dastur & Co. Kumardhubi B. SAIL R&D Centre. Tata (R&D Centre). Gautam and Shri S. Tech. The Department has the total student strength of about 260 (210 in B.S. Tech. in Mineral Engineering. CIL. in Material Technology. McNally Bharat Engineering. Ranchi. Nikkam Suresh received Prestigious Coal Beneficiation Awards from Indian Institute of Mineral Engineers. Vedanta. Jha. MBE Kolkata. Fuel Engineering. JSW. Tata Steel.5. JSPL (Raigarh). visited the campus for placements. and Dual Degree VI B. Tech. and Bokaro Steel Plant Bokaro.Tech. Mac Nally Bhart Engg.R. L. N. such as a industries like Jindal Steel Works. Gautam Prof. The Department could make an resource generation to tune of ` 74 lakhs through consultancy projects by offering consultancy services and short courses to various coal and mineral based industries of the country. and dual degree programs and 50 in M. Reputed Public and Private companies like. N. SIDBI and DFID UK. Bhattacharya visited USA & South Africa for presenting his research papers and has also become a Mentor of MSME sponsored by NSE. and Dual Degree Place of visit Moonidih Coal Washery MacNally Bharat. Essar Steel-Kirandul. The placement opportunities have been 100% for B. 5-Years Integrated B. and four 2-years M. Prof. (MLE) IV B. Clean Coal. / Dual Degree and about 75% for post graduate students. R Venugopal was elected as national president of Indian Institute of Mineral Engineers.10 FUEL & MINERAL ENGINEERING The Department of Fuel and Mineral Engineering offers 7 academic programmes: 4-years B. S. Noamundi Iron Ore Processing Plant of Tata Steel.. The UG and PG students of the department have undergone training in different coal mineral beneficiation plants. FOMENTO Goa. Tech. and Energy Technology and Bio-Mineral Processing. NML R&D Lab. Tech. Suresh and Dr. Kumardhubi. Metso Minerals.1 FIELD VISITS/EXCURSIONS/TRAINING PROGRAMMES UNDERTAKEN BY STUDENTS Particulars Prof.

5.5. the sponsoring agency) To developed necessary know/how & infra structure focused R&D in the area of the clean coal Technology UGC Special Assistance Programme (SAP) review of the programme in the Department of FME.2 BRIEF LIST OF ON-GOING R&D PROJECTS (PROJECT VALUE RS.Suresh ` 9. R.10. Sumantra Bhattacharya ` 14.000/.22 Lakh Sponsoring Coordinator(s) Agency Date of Commencement Objective Findings 19. S.55. Venugopal ` 50.2014 Ongoing Work is in progress in both the areas of the project Clean Coal Technology and Fine Particles Processing.2005/ April 2010 Development of User Friendly Models for Design and Operation of Jigs and Heavy Media Cyclones for Treatment of Different Coals Prof.9.AND ABOVE) Project Value Project Title Status Dr.00. beneficiation and coke making of low volatile medium coking coals UGC. Preliminary experiments in Progress Characterization.800/- University Grants Commission 2009 . N.Gautam and Prof. New Delhi 1-2-11 Potential Utilisation of LVM coking coal Work is in progress 127 .00 lakh Coal Science & Technology Completed Washability has been correlated Development of appropriate models (Final report with product discharge gate correlating washability characteristics of feed coal and the process variables in a jig submitted to opening frequency. ISMU for the continuation of the programme from DR-I to DRS-II Dr.

Environmental Impacts of Mineral Processing Projects and their Management. 2010.). Bhattacharya. Coal Preparation Congress. Lexington. New Delhi. 2010. Kumar & Prof.10.4. SME. RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 5. 2010.10. Bhattacharya. 5. 2 Contribution of Chapters in a Book Bhattacharya.10.4 .4 In International Seminars/ Conferences 1. Thella. J. R. S.4. J. Mineral and Issues.4.3 Papers Published in International Journals 1. 2010. and Dey. R. X Anniversary International Conference CPSI. S. Bhattacharya). K. Honaker (Ed. and Venugopal.3 IMPORTANT COLLABORATIVE WORK Organisation/laboratory Advanced Materials and Process Research Institute (formerly RRL) Bhopal CMPDI Ranchi Department of Mining Engineering IIT Kharagpur Nature of Interaction Collaborative Coal S &T Project: Development of User Friendly Models for Design and Operation of Jigs and Heavy Media Cyclones for Treatment of Different Coals Collaborative Coal S &T Project Research on Effect of NGM on Various Coal Washing Processes 5. Modelling of Iron Ore Pelletization using 3**(k-p) factorial design of experiments and polynomic surface regression methodology. 5. Kolkata. 136-145. Honaker (Ed. XVI International Coal Preparation Congress. S. R. An operator friendly performance index for frother selection and optimization in coal flotation.Venugopal: Higher Technical Education in Mining. 3. Bhattacharya S. 160-168. Examining the thermal coal pricing policy currently existing in India. Processing and Oil and Gas Field Projects (Ed. T.10. S. Construction. Some issues associated with the washing of coal under Build Operate Maintain scheme. Powder Technology. R. R. Lexington.5.). pp. Challenges and Opportunities 5.10. 211. pp. pp. pp. SME.10. 45-59.). Wide Publications. 128 2. 2010. S. In: Guidance for Solving Environmental Challenges of Mining. XVI Int.4. . 1 Books Published Prof. Sachdev (Ed. 432-440.

8. Dec13-15. Nat. pp. and nitrogen by treatment of Assam coal. K.. Nat. Petrographic Controls for Coal Bed Methane Exploration: case studies of selected coal seams from Jharia basin.. . X International Seminar on MPT 2010. 2010. Mendhe. V. and Kumar. Sinha. 2010.. A.4. S. J. Bhattacharya. Saxena. Kolkata. Saxena. Mandal. V. K.. B. S. National conf. Jharkhand. Saxena.B.R.K.. Contract washing of coal: The need for an independent regulatory framework. Varma. V. Proc. MPT -2010. Geological and Petrographical Investigations for Shale Gas Exploration Case studies from South Karanpura. pp. Varma. Contract washing of Coal: How to ensure a fair deal to all the three parties coal producer. 3. S. 7. Suraj. R. K..K.10.4. Mendhe. S..K. Jamshedpur. Balakrishna. 4. II. 2010. V. Rajak. K. and Mandre. 2011. and Saxena. D. 428-435. P. 2010. National Seminar on Excellence in Energy and Mineral Sector. Ltd. 2010. 976 -90. Allied Publishers. washery operator and the washed coal consumer! National Seminar: Coal Preparation and New Coal Washing Techniques. 5. Bio. Yadav. Laboratory model jigs as a tool for better understanding of jigging for modeling purposes. Proc. Dey. A. cum Workshop on Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. cum workshop on Geological & Technological facets of CBM. and Barnwal. on Mineral processing Technology.B. Conf. 5. V. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration. and Mandre. B. 9. P. K.K. Rajak. G. Shale Gas.R. Varma. 2010. N. A.. Conf. 2010 Bhattacharya. K. Int.desulphurization of Makum (Assam) coal. K. 326. Bhattacharya. 498 -501. A new approach to performance optimization in coal flotation. Vol. Conf. Allied Pub. and Haldar.. B..R. V. A. Effect of ash of raw and beneficiated coal as well as operating variables on gasification process. Raniganj and Godavari Valley Basins. Jamshedpur. K. K.K. 87-96. Sharma. P. and Saxena. A. Effect of stamping and binder on coke quality for LVMC coal. Mandal.5 In National Seminars/ Conferences 1. Yadav. Majumder. 6. 2010. Jamshedpur. R. Sem.K..K. XI th International Seminar on 'Mineral Processing (MPT 2010)'. K. Int..M. Reduction of Sulphur proc.D. V. 2010. A. Ranchi. and Bhattacharya. N. 2010. T. 129 2. Mineral Processing Technology (MPT) 2010. S. 19-20 November 2010.

cum Workshop on Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. 2011 February 12-15. K.CII X Anniversary International Conference Coal Preparation Society of India Duration April 25-29.K. V. S. Rajak. Venugopal Prof. 2010 International Seminar: Mineral Processing Technology (MPT) National Seminar on Excellence in Energy and Mineral Sector World Petro Coal Congress Prof.. CSECS 2010 XI International Seminar on Mineral processing Technology (MPT 2010) National Conference cum Workshop on Geological and Technological Facets of CBM October 15-17. Bhattacharya Title XVI International Coal Preparation Congress Integrated Workshop on Coal Washing for Thermal Power Plants . 2010 February 11-12. R. R.6 PARTICIPATION OF FACULTY / OFFICERS / STAFF IN SEMINARS / CONFERENCES Name of the Participant Dr. 2010 19-20 Nov. Shale Gas. K. Reduction of Sulphur and Nitrogen by Microbial Treatment of Assam Coal.10. USA Kolkata November 25-26. Saxena. 5. Shale Gas. Conf. 5. B. Yadav. 5. 19-20 November 2010.. 2011 15-17 Dec. 2010.5 MAJOR ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTIONS Prof. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration. Mandre BENCON 2010. R. 2010 15-17 Dec.R. R. N. and Mandre. 2010 Jamshedpur Kolkata New Delhi Jamshedpur Jamshedpur ISM 130 . cum Workshop on Geological and Technological Facets of CBM. K. Nat. 19-20 November 2010. B. MPT 2010. Venugopal was elected as National President of Indian Institute of Mineral Engineers. Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration. 2010 November 9-13.MGMI and International Mining Machinery Exhibition . N. Mandal. 2010 Delhi Ranchi National Seminar: Coal Preparation and December New Coal Washing Techniques 3-4. 2010 Place Lexington.10..

Proximate analysis of coal and coke Caking Index of coal. Dr. micum index tumbler test Viscosity of slurry CRI and CSR        5. located nearby. USGS. He also visited the Prairie Eagle Coal Wash Plant. 131 . Sulphur and Oxygen analysis for coal. S.7 VISITS OF FACULTY MEMBER ABROAD Prof. LTGK analysis of coal Coal Strength: Shatter index.8 TESTING SERVICES (LAB FACILITIES AVAILABLE FOR TESTING IN THE DEPARTMENT / CENTRE)   Calorific Value of Coal.10. 5. USA. other solid fuel & Oil Carbon. SIDBI and DFID UK). Bhattacharya has also become a Mentor of MSME (sponsored by NSE. Bhattacharya has become a member of Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) Sectional Committee on Solid Mineral Fuels (PCD 7) and Convener of BIS Coal Preparation Sub Committee (PCD 7.9 MISCELLANEOUS Dr. S. Dr. Bhattacharya visited the Southern Illinois University (SIU) at Carbondale on May 2-5 and delivered a guest lecture in the Department of Mining and Mineral Resources Engineering.5. S. Bhattacharya visited U S Geological Survey. char coke. Hydrogen. coke char. organic sludge. organic sludge & oil. Nitrogen. Dr. Lexington.2).10. Washington DC on May 58 and delivered a guest lecture at the Eastern Energy Science Center. Bhattacharya visited USA to attend the XVI International Coal Preparation Congress.10. Swelling index of coal.

etc. Value Education. Translation Studies.2. Phil. Using English in Science and Technology. level. socially aware. and ethically conscious individuals. Prakash Book Depot. Jaipur. D.1 Books Published 1. in Philosophy and other interdisciplinary areas. both to undergraduate and postgraduate Students. in English and Ph.5. Prakash Book Depot. Yking Books. 2. (B) (C) 5. in the emerging areas of Humanities and Social Sciences./Ph. and Testing Language and Literature at M. Modern Indian Thoughts. 2010. 132 3. Gandhian Thought. It is essentially interdisciplinary and seeks to make budding engineers and technologists linguistically communicative.2 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 5. English Language Teaching. Scientific/Engineering Ethics. Professional Communication. dissertations largely concentrate on the works of new/less known Indian English authors rather than on the works of canonical authors. R. Linguistics. Bareilly. Rajni (ed. The English Language Teaching courses are constantly evaluated and updated by appropriate empirical research findings.11.) 2011. Indian Writing in English. K.1 BEST PRACTICES IN THE DEPARTMENT (A) Need-based language teaching approach in all courses of English (ESP/EST) is the hallmark of the Department.11. D. It offers courses in English Language Skills. 5. . Singh. Genre Studies. Singh. Adhyayan Publishers: New Delhi. Singh's Mind and Art: A Symphony of Expressions. K. Research Scholars in the department are working in the field of Literature and ELT/ESP. History of Science and Technology. 2010. D.11. Mechanics of Research Writing. Phil. 4. K.11 HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences is one of the first departments of Indian School of Mines started in the year 1926. Scientific Writing. Phil. Singh R. Crosscultural Communication. The department also offers M. Third Revised and Updated Edition. R. R. Singh. Sense and Silence: Collected Poems. Philosophy of Science. It offers courses in Literary Theory. 2010. The M. Bareilly. K. The department has provision for Ph.

pp. K. Lambert Academic Publisher. Prasad). K. Sharma and Maha Nand Sharma. Authors Press. K. (Ed. 129-132. D. 5. 7. No. L. and Thakur. C. K. 5. 2. K. Sharma (Ed. K. XVII. K.2 Book Reviews/Contribution of chapters in a book 1. R. Singh. pp. C. Singh. Aadi Publications. V. R. Sharma. 133 2. D. 2010. (by C. D. K. K. 2. In: Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R. Adhyayan Publishers.35-44. V. K. Sarcasm as a Tool of Poetic Communication: A Comparative Study of Maha Nand Sharma and I. Subverting the Sublime: Ideological Subversion and Racial Stereotypes in Popular Culture.5. 2011. New Delhi. 8. The Use of Wit in the Poetry of I. K. 2011. Dominic). Indian Poetry in English: A Critical Appraisal. K. R. 2010. Breaking the Silence: A Caregiver's Voice. and Thakur. and Thakur. The World Poets Quarterly. No. K. In: Indian Poetry in English: A Comprehensive Study (Ed. K. Chambial and I. Singh. R. Aravind. Poetcrit Vol. N. Roy). Khatri and S. Sharma. Vol. V. Vol. R. K. R. 2011. R. Singh. K. Adhyayan Publishers. pp. K. 2. Sheung). Dominic). Singh. 9. XXIII. and Thakur. R. 161-162. K. No. Singh. pp. Chambial and I. and Points of View. pp. C. New Delhi. 2. Singh. Authors Press. 10. Jaipur. K. A. Arora). 120121. New Delhi. Vol. 58. K. 2011. Singh. . Research.com/?Poetry-As-a-Means-to-Negotiate-Alzheimersand-Other-Dementia-Related-Diseaes & id=5245853? (by Frances H. In: Indian Poetry in English: A Comprehensive Study (Ed. 2010.11. M. Poetcrit. 2010. Sharma. Themes in the Indian Short Story in English: An Historical and a Critical Survey. R. No. A. 2010. pp. K. In: Critical Perspectives on the Poetry of R. K. K. Singh. In: <http://ezinearticles. XXIII. Sharma (Ed. 41-42. Singh. In: Indian English Poetry: A Discovery (Eds. 4. New Delhi. V. The Use of Sarcasm in the Poetry of Maha Nand Sharma and I. K. K. Kakugawa). R. R. Epic Romance of Savitri: The Feast is Too Dull without the Fiddles. Whisper of the Star.2. (Ed. Humour as a Tool of Poetic Communication: A Comparative Study of Maha Nand Sharma and I. Germany. L. Malwani). R. 6. 3. K. R. Roy). Singh. 2010. Vol. 167-169.

Research. 2010. 'English Language Teaching: A Reflection or Challenges Ahead'. 2010. pp. 2010. K. 3. Singh. XVII. 11. 10.. 2. R. 2010. Breaking the Silence: A Tribute to Sufferers of Alzheimer's and Their Caregivers.4 Papers published in National Journals 1. 64-73. 5. 2011. Vol. Rahman. 2010. 12. 70-81. 2. Singh. pp. M. Impressions of Eternity: Journal of Language and Literature Studies. The World Poets Quarterly. 2010. 3. K. pp. Cambridge. 'Breaking the Silence: A Tribute to Sufferers of Alzheimer's and Their Caregivers'. K. In: Indian Poetry in English: A Comprehensive Study (Ed. Rahman. 10. pp. and Sinha. M. 2010. Vol. 76-87. 100-103. Rahman. 2. 5. 2. 124-125. 'Narrative Constructs: Ambedkar and Savarkar in Amar th Chitra Katha'. No. K.org.10. In: 19 Century Maharashtra: A Reassessment (Ed. 50-53 (with translation in Chinese). 99-106. Vol. 37-48. R. pp. M. K.2. 'Using English in Science and Technology' (by R. K. Vol. Sharma and Maha Nand Sharma. Mechanics of Research Writing. K. 1. 134 . No. Singh. Research. K. 2. 2010. 21 October. M. M. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. M. R. Wit as a Tool of Communication: A Comparative Study of I. R. Shraddha Kumbhojkr). M.3 Papers published in International Journals 1. Negotiating the Problems in Translation. V. A.2. In: Points of View (by R. R. Vol. U. pp. 'Eroticism in the Poetry of Shiv K. K. Issue 30. Akshara. Singh. and Jha. Autumn 2010. English for Specific Purposes World. British Council. M. Aravind. Singh). 2010. pp. and Thakur. Singh. No. 13. pp. Singh). http://www.11. Roy).uk/blogs/ profrksingh/English-language-teaching-a-reflection-or-challengesahead>. Adhyayan Publishers: New Delhi. 1. Vol. Volume 9.teachingenglish. 61. 'Class V Hindi Textbooks: Materials Analysis in the Perspective of Language Teaching Principles'. R. N. Rajni 2011. Rahman.11.K. Kumar'.

Singh. No. Aravind. Rahman. Contemporary Vibes.11.4 MISCELLANEOUS 1. D. M. Vol. pp. 122-128. Ajit Kumar Behura. Trapfalls in the Sky. K. 135 . Professor R. J. 2010. 5. A. A Study of Discourse Construction in the Poetry of Keki N. Akshara: Research Journal of English Studies & Language. pp.3 MAJOR ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTION Professor R.11. No. p. Vol. 5. 2. XXXV. Singh evaluated two Ph. 5. Singh joined the advisory/editorial/ referees boards of the following journals: a) b) c) d) e) International Journal of English Language and Literature Impressions of Eternity Literaria Critical Analyzer Journal of Indian Writing in English Professor R. 6. 6. After all it is just COMICS. Mussoorie. Dr. 10. 2. 5-8. Daruwala. No. M. 40. theses submitted at Banasthali Vidyapith. D. 2. K. Issue No. Rajasthan and one Ph. and Goswami. thesis submitted at Allahabad University. Rajni 2010. Singh was invited by Jharkhand Public Service Commission as an expert on the Selection Board for appointment of faculty posts. delivered two lectures on 'Ethical Decision Making and Responsible Conduct of Research Scientific Research' in the DST Training Programme on 'Ethics and Values' during March 2 & 3. 2010. K. Indian Book Chronicle. 2011 at LBSNAA.4.

DST.5. The faculty members of the department continued to strive towards dissemination of knowledge globally in the form of book writing. Hazaribag were visitors to the department. Six papers were presented in international conferences and sixteen papers presented in national seminars/conferences. USA for attending conference. two research papers were published in international journals and nine papers in national journals. Chandan Mitra. A total of nine R&D projects were ongoing during the year 2010-11. one of them visited Vienna. M. The department also carried out five Professional Development Programs for companies like BCCL. Pandey.834. There were nine book reviews and contribution of chapters in edited volumes of books. Two eminent personalities Dr. three numbers of books were published. in Industrial Engineering & Management and Masters in Business Administration. 136 . NHPC. Australia as an International Expert for reviewing research projects and the other two visited Los Angeles. Students passing out from the Department are wall placed in the various companies through campus placement and off campus placement. which were held for a total of 17 days and a total of 87 numbers of executives were provided training in various functional areas of management.K. CIMFR. MHRD. ICSSR. In addition. Commissioner.12 MANAGEMENT STUDIES The Department of Management Studies offers two post graduate programs. Other key achievement of the department that require special mention include visit of our three faculty members abroad. The Department of Management Studies organized two workshops and conferences during the current year in an effort to bring together industry practitioners and academicians from different parts of the country to exchange knowledge and ideas. The department also organized nine special lectures by distinguished guests in the area of management. Pioneer and Dr. the department is also offering two Ph. During the financial year 2010-11. North Chotanagpur. Tech. 29. POWERGRID. Rajya Sabha MP & Chief Editor. A.00. programs in Management and Industrial Engineering & Management. research paper publications and paper presentations in international and national conferences. funded by external agencies like UGC. with a total sanctioned amount of ` 58.D.

Gurgaon Hindustan Copper Ltd.5. Kolkata Period of visit May-July 2010 Summer Training II Sem.... Bhuj Bharat Pumps and Compressors Ltd. M. Bangalore Canara Bank. Chennai NHPC. (IE&M) Place of visit Sriram Pistons Ltd. Kolkata Hindustan Coca. Howrah HDFC Bank. Patna Century Pulp & Paper.Tech. Dhanbad Turtle Ltd. of India.EBG. Dhanbad SBI. Nainital Bank of India. Sindri ITC Ltd.12.. Mumbai Ordnance Factory.. M. Kolkata Arvind Mills Ltd.Cola Beverage Pvt.1 FIELD VISITS/EXCURSIONS/TRAINING PROGRAMMES UNDERTAKEN BY STUDENTS Particulars Summer Training Batch of students II Sem. Dhanbad BCCL. Allahabad Jindal Steel and Power Ltd.. Kolkata Reliance Infrastructure Ltd. Dhanbad ACC Ltd. Ghaziabad Shipping Corp..2 BEST PRACTICES OF THE DEPARTMENT The department has designed certain innovative practices that make the teaching-learning paradigm different from routine class room instructions followed in conventional class 137 . Raigarh Power Grid Corp..12. Bokaro SAIL. Ahmedabad Asia Motors Works.. Ltd.. India Ltd. May-July 2010 5.B.. Dehradun L&T. Mumbai Tata Teleservices. Raigarh Arvind Exports.A. Ranchi Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. Kolkata SAIL. Hrishikesh Usha Martin Ltd. Dhanbad MTS India.

The course structure has been designed to make the participants fully aware about the recent trends in managerial and business practices of today's modern dynamic environment. Attempts are made to take into account international benchmarks in teaching and research used in leading Bschools of India and abroad. Being fully aware that management pedagogy has to be practice oriented. interactive sessions are the key to classroom teaching with emphasis on learning and acquisition of interpersonal and other soft skills for managerial jobs. The emphasis is on two way communication and focus is on development of personality together with acquisition of management skills. 138 . Seminars and group assignments are emphasized and team work is the focus of the pedagogy used in the management classes. students are given regular exposure to leading practitioners of the art and science of management through extramural lectures and corporate interactions which are arranged after regular class hours wherein outside experts are invited to hold interactive sessions with the students.rooms. Students are just not recipients of instructions but partake in the teaching-learning exercise. Further.

Co-PI ` 6.K. Saumya Singh. PI determination of optimum Science & Technology.2010 Development of model for Department of Prof.10 To develop e-content for various training and development modules for different target groups Ongoing 139 01. Ongoing .09 Drivers of rural entrepreneurship in Jharkhand To develop an appropriate framework/ programme design by linking the key drivers with entrepreneurial success in Jharkhand. Prof.08 Developing e-Content for Training and Development modules for Managerial and Non Managerial personnel UGC.46.04.184 ` 14. of India mining of metalliferous ore deposits MHRD. Co-PI ` 12. Mitali Sen.5. Chandan Bhar.06. PI Prof.000/. Chandan Bhar. J. GOI Dr. Pathak.700 01.04. 5. Co-PI cut-off grade for surface Govt. Co-PI ` 5.05.00.800 15.68.30. PI Prof.3 BRIEF LIST OF ON-GOING R & D PROJECTS (PROJECT VALUE Rs. Niladri Das. Co-PI Dr.12. P. Phalguni Sen. Phalguni Sen. Sandeep Mondal.04. Co-PI Prof. Kampan Mukherjee. Co-PI Dr.AND ABOVE) Project Value Project Title Status Ongoing Sponsoring Coordinator(s) Agency Date of Commencement Objective Preparation of “Base Line Document” on Technology Forecasting and Assessment of Fly Ash Utilization in Indian mining sector Development of mathematical models for determination of optimum cut-off grade for metalliferous ore deposits Ongoing Findings Technology Forecasting and Department of Assessment of Fly Ash Science & Technology Utilization in Indian Mining Sector Prof. GOI Dr.000 01. PI Prof. Pattanayak.

B. J. B. S. C. 6. In: Core sector Management for Global Competitiveness. M. Fundamental Factors Affecting the Indian Index. and Sen.12.4. Das.4.. P. Six Sigma: A Powerful Strategy for Success. S. T. Mondal. 2010. and Bhar. 240-246. Choubey. 167182. 140 .12. 7887. Sen.12. Strategies for implementing CSR in core sector companies. 5. Excel Books. M. M. 297304. N. Excel Books. 2010. 2010. Integration of Throughput Accounting & Activity Based Costing for core sector management in the global era.1 Books Published 1. Pathak. 2. New Delhi. 2010. M. pp. Gugaliya. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing AG & Co. K.K. 4.. and Pattanayak. In: Core sector Management for Global Competitiveness. pp. Mukherjee. 2010. Sen. 2010. 2. Germany. 3. Choubey. In: Core sector management for global competitiveness. New Delhi..4 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 5. Pathak. 2010.2 Book reviews / contribution of chapters in a book 1. Excel Books. Excel Books. New Delhi. Excel Books. K. Excel Books. Excel Books.KG. and Pattanayak. New Delhi. Sinha... New Delhi. 3. pp. Bhar. 88-97. pp. New Delhi.. Pattanayak. S. T. New Delhi.5. and Pattanayak. J. J.. Mukherjee. 2010. Core Sector Management for Global Competitiveness. In: Core Sector Management for Global Competitiveness.K. New Delhi. Sen. In: Core sector Management for Global Competitiveness. 5. Balamurugan. A. C. J.. and Pathak G. 2010. and Sen. N. pp. Environmental disclosure practices in India: A study of select core sector companies. Liability Structure of Indian Commercial Banks. Suggesting an appropriate financial investment model for infrastructure sector companies. Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing: Evidence from the Real Estate Sector.K.K. 2010. Northern Book Centre. In: Core sector management for global competitiveness.

and Pattanayak. Chandra. 2. pp. Pattanayak. and Pattanayak. and Bhar. pp. B R Ambedkar National Institute of Technology. No. J. In: Core Sector Management for Global Competitiveness. G. Sen.1458. The IUP Journal of Accounting Research & Audit Practices. 2. K. 141 . Cost Management Practices: A crosscountry study with special reference to Higher Educational Institutions in India. and Biswas. 2010. 35. Department of Industrial & Production Engineering.. 2 Int. Mukherjee. Accreditation system for technical education programmes in India: A critical review. 2010. 2010. and Shukla. Department of Computer Science. University of St. 2010.K. pp. 2010. 5. Proc. 96-109.7. Conf. Vol. pp. Route Selection in Data Network through the Application of Optimization Technique. V.12. Vol. pp. Vol. 47-64. European Journal of Engineering Education. M. J.. December 3 to 5.K. 2. Dasgupta. Punjab. Integration of Supply Chain of Indian power sector using Forward Contract Concept: a Reliability-based analysis. B. K.4.4. Vol.Viewpoint of Indian industry practitioners. Mukherjee. Chandra. Firm characteristics and Corporate Environmental Disclosure Practices in India.4 Papers published in National Journals 1. P. M. B. J. B. B. 9. 2010.3 Papers published in International Journals 1. G. on Computing and Systems 2010. J. Conf. R. 24-41. pp. New Delhi. IX.K. and Choubey.3. Bhar. 4. 3. M.1. 276-279. C. No. Proc. 30. C. and Pattanayak. 1454. Prasad. No. K. 2010. The IUP Journal of Accounting Research and Audit Practices. Jalandhar. 14. Int. 52-70. Indian Accounting Review. 13-28. Social Environmental Accountability Journal (SEAJ). 2. Production and Industrial Engineering. No. K. pp. Singh. Designing a Course Curriculum on Environmental Accounting . 8. UK. West Bengal. and Pandurangan. 5. 2010. No. IX. Andrews. C.12. Vol.. Burdwan. Kumar. Activity based management system for Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) in India: A study of select university level HEIs.. The University of Burdwan. Sen.K. Excel Books. Application of Lean nd Manufacturing Initiatives to Ensure TQM. Dr. November 19 to 20.187-213. Bhar. pp.

January 8-9. J. J. pp. A. IAA Research Foundation at Kolkata. Pathak. 165-177. Hyderabad.K. and Pattanayak. Singh.5 Papers presented in International Seminars / Conferences 1. M. 2010. pp.A Comparative Study of Sensex and Nifty. 1. Vol.1. January 8-9. 3. 2011. and Pattanayak. N. Analyzing philanthropic aspect of corporate social responsibility: a study on select industrial cases. The Chanakya Journal of RIMS.. IAA Research Foundation at Kolkata. pp.K. Vol. and Pattanayak. Journal of Managerial Finance and Research. Vol. B. Occupational Stress among IT/ITES professionals in leading metros in India: A Case study.4. Leadership in Retail Need for a new Approach. K. Chandra. B. Ahmedabad. No. C. Microfinance as a Strategy to Women Empowerment. 2011. 2 No.K. and Pattanayak. No. 2011. 2011. 3-12. J. Mukherjee. 7. J.. 9. 2010. pp. Tenth International Accounting Conference. 7288. Asia Pacific Business Review. 2. Vidushi. 8. Indian Institute Management. A conceptual framework for effective cost management of Higher Educational Institutions in India: An Activity Based Management Approach. 6. Singh. Alternative. P. Conf. Tenth International Accounting Conference. Vol. 2011. Application of Group Fuzzy Preference Programming for Consolidation of Data in Analytic Hierarchy Process Approach. 2011. Vol. Bhar. No. 3. Framework for Extending Corporate Environmental Disclosure Practices in India. Mukherjee. pp. 2010. 5. Institute of Public Enterprise. J.K.. Chandra. Sen. 2010.20. 2. 142 . P. 28-37.4. and Pattanayak.12. on Management (AIMS-8). S. Pathak. and Pathak. Vol. Kumari.K. January 1-4. Eighth AIMS Int. N. IX. 2009. Impact of Corporate Fundamental Factors on Indian Stock Market . 15 . Optimization Journal of research in Management.1. M. 3. No. Das. C. 5. Issue 2. 6. Sen. IX. 53-80. K. S.. 2010. 6. and Pal. Factors influencing voluntary environmental disclosure by Indian polluting companies. P. pp.

University of Riverside. and Mondal. S. S. Prasad. 2011. February 17-18. Sen. Department of Management Studies. 2011. . P. Department of Management Studies. S. S. B. 2010. CRM practices in Software Industry. Department of Management Studies. and Pattanayak.K. Pramanik. February 17-18. 2011.6 Papers presented in National Seminars /Conferences 1. S. February 17-18. K. IAA Research Foundation at Kolkata.. A. 2011. Tenth International Accounting Conference. 2011. US. Singh. K. Indian School of Mines.4. National Seminar on Innovation and Creativity for Business Excellence. Dhanbad. S. University of Riverside. International Leadership Conference. Indian School of Mines. Marketing of Values for a good Society. Department of Management Studies. 5. J. 2011. Dhanbad. Indian School of Mines. Bandyopadhayay. 2011. Mondal. 2011. A. US. Dhanbad. 2011. Bhar. 2011. and Mondal. Reduction of lead time through better inventory practice in project organization. and Mukherjee. National Seminar on Innovation and Creativity for Business Excellence. A critical analysis of delay in project schedules: A case study on Power Grid. January 8-9. 24-25 September 2010. 2011. February 17-18. R. Pathak. 24-25 September 2010. International Leadership Conference. Department of Management Studies.12. P. Los Angeles. National Seminar on Innovation and Creativity for Business Excellence. 2010. February 17-18. A.. Jain. Reduction of demurrage charges in outbound logistics a case of steel plant. National Seminar on Innovation and Creativity for Business Excellence. Dhanbad. Sinha. 5. 2011. 6. Dhanbad.. Tiwari. A review of utilization of fly ash in Indian coal mining sector. and Mondal... National Seminar on Innovation and Creativity for Business Excellence. An empirical study on feasibility of automobile remanufacturing in India. K. P. Analyzing altruistic face of corporate social responsibility (CSR) A study on select cases in industrial city Durgapur. K. Indian School of Mines.. 143 2. A. K. Chandra. Los Angeles. Mondal. K.4. 3. Indian School of Mines. and Mukherjee. 4. Singh. 5. C.

National Seminar on 'Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence'. Singh. 2011. Pathak. Indian School of Mines. 2011. C. 14. Indian School of Mines. National Seminar on Innovation and Creativity for Business Excellence. Varanasi. 13. M. and Pathak. Department of Management Studies. . A.. R. Bhar. Pradhan.. 2011. Bhar. 2011. Dhanbad. Ghosh. February 17-18. Triggering innovation & creativity in traditional handicrafts sectors: an Indian perspective.. 8. and Bhar. 2011. and Biswas. and Sen. of Mechanical Engineering. C. Pathak. 12.. Bhar. P. G. 2011. M. National Seminar on Innovation and Creativity for Business Excellence. 2010. Determination of optimal traffic flow in a computer network through the application of integer programming technique. 2011. A. P. August 28 and 29. School of Management Sciences. S. 2011. Dhanbad. National Seminar on Innovation and Creativity for Business Excellence. February 17-18. February 17-18. National Seminar on Innovation and Creativity for Business Excellence. P. Sandhu. N. M. 2011. Indian School of Mines. Goal Programming approach to ensure QoS in computer networks. Navi Mumbai. Dhanbad. R.. 11. 2011. Extending role of MIS in promoting transparency across microfinance industry.. P. AIROLI. Ghosh. Shukla. 2011. Department of Management Studies. and Das. Indian School of Mines. Singh. S. S. G. 2011. Dhanbad. and Pathak. and Pathak. National Seminar on Innovation and Creativity for Business Excellence. Dasgupta. February 17 & 18. Corporate social responsibility in professional students: a qualitative study. C. February 17-18. National Conference on Recent Trends in Mechanical Engineering. G.. February 17-18. 2010. Kumari. Department of Management Studies. C. Dhanbad. P. February 19 & 20. National culture and entrepreneurship: a review of behavioural research. B. Dept. and Biswas.6. Manpower planning: a case study of a large steel manufacturing organization. Pathak. R. 2011. Dasgupta.S. National Conference on 'Management of Innovation in Business and Technology: New Strides'. Indian School of Mines. Department of Management Studies. 2011. P. and Bhar. Datta Meghe College of Engineering. 10. C. G. 2011. Department of Management Studies. G. Protecting innovation in traditional handicrafts: a global perspective. National 144 7. Dhanbad. 9. Indian School of Mines. Lean and TOC the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. P.

2011. Indian School of Mines. Niladri Das received the best paper award for 'Impact of Corporate Fundamental Factors on Indian Stock Market. February 17 & 18. 2011. Govind Swaroop Pathak was invited as 'Expert Expert Guide' for Fellow & Associate Programs of Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD). Pramod Pathak received the best paper award for the paper 'Protecting Innovation in Traditional Handicrafts: A Global Perspective' presented in the National Conference on 'Management of Innovation in Business and Technology: New Strides' held at the School of Management Sciences. G. Dhanbad. 2011. Dr.A Study of the Indian Commercial Banks' as a book. 2011. 15. S. S.5 MAJOR ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTIONS 1. organized by IAA Research Foundation at Taj Bengal. 16. 2011 145 . Varanasi during February 19 & 20. Dr. P. Prof. 2011. Employee engagement: a study in private sector organization. 5. 2011.6 SEMINARS. and Kumar.A Comparative Study of Sensex and Nifty' in the Tenth International Accounting Conference. New Delhi. G. National Seminar on 'Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence'. CONFERENCES ORGANIZED BY THE DEPARTMENT National Workshop on E-Governance Awareness National Seminar on Innovation and Creativity for Business Excellence (ICBE 2011) October 29-30. 2010 February 17-18. 2. 4. Mitali Sen received publication subsidy by Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR). Ahmedabad. Pathak. Dhanbad. Indian School of Mines.12. V. Dhanbad. Pathak. National Seminar on 'Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence'. February 17 & 18. WORKSHOPS.12. February 17 & 18. Prof. SYMPOSIA. Kolkata on January 89. and Pathak. Govind Swaroop Pathak and Dr. Reasons for employee exit: a study of a private sector organization. Indian School of Mines. 3. for publication of her Doctoral Thesis 'Determinants of Liability Structure . 2011. 5.Seminar on 'Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence'.

2011 24-25 Sept. February 17 & 18.2010 February 17 & 18. Kolkata ISM. 2011 February 17 & 18. 2011 January 8-9.K. 2011. 2011. 2011 February 17 & 18. Dhanbad ISM. US Saumya Singh Kampan Mukherjee International Leadership Conference 2 International Coal Conference National Seminar on 'Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence' nd New Delhi ISM. Dhanbad ISM. 2011 February 17 & 18.K.5. Los Angeles. Kolkata ISM. 2011 February 17 & 18. February 17 & 18. Dhanbad University of Riverside. Chakrabarti M. 2011. 2011 24-25 Sept. Dhanbad ISM. Dhanbad University of Riverside.7 PARTICIPATION OF FACULTY/OFFICERS/STAFF IN SEMINAR/ CONFERENCES Name of the Participant Govind Swaroop Pathak Niladri Das Title National Seminar on 'Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence' Tenth International Accounting Conference National Seminar on 'Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence' Duration February 17 & 18. Dhanbad Taj Bengal. Pande Chandan Bhar National Seminar on 'Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence' National Seminar on 'Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence' National Seminar on 'Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence' National Seminar on 'Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence' 146 . 2011 February 17 & 18.Pattanayak Tenth International Accounting Conference National Seminar on 'Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence' Pramod Pathak International Leadership Conference National Seminar on 'Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence' ISM.2010 February 3. Kolkata ISM. Los Angeles. 2011 January 8-9. Dhanbad Taj Bengal. Dhanbad Taj Bengal. US Mitali Sen Tenth International Accounting Conference National Seminar on 'Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence' J. Dhanbad ISM.12. 2011 January 8-9. February 17 & 18. Dhanbad Sandeep Mondal P. 2011 Place ISM.

2010. Pioneer Chief Guest for Inauguration of National Workshop on E-Governance Awareness Chief Guest for Inauguration of National Seminar on Innovation and Creativity for Business Excellence 5. Principal. Vienna on 13th October. Kampan Mukherjee visited Vienna. Secretary. 2010 Shri Anil Kakkad. 2010 147 . US during 24-25 September.8 VISITS OF FACULTY MEMBERS ABROAD 1. Prof Pramod Pathak visited USA for presenting a paper in International Leadership Conference held at University of Riverside. 2010 October 30. Hazaribagh Mr.K. Abhiyan Samiti Shri P. Barnwal. Eastern Railways. 2010. SBI. Rajya Sabha MP and Chief Editor.5. General Manager. Sr. Austria as one of the International Expert for reviewing research project proposal of Austrian Science Fund. BCCL Shri S. Los Angeles. North Chotanagpur.12.Mishra.12.a case study e-governance and Coal industry e-governance and effective judiciary e-governance for good governance October 29. 2. Commissioner. US during 24-25 September.10 SPECIAL LECTURES BY DISTINGUISHED GUESTS Shri S. Dhanbad e-governance initiative by Indian Railways e-governance for rural development e-governance in education sector October 30. 2010. Senior Journalist. District Informatics Officer. K. Los Angeles. Dhanbad Shri P. NIC District Unit.Sekhar.S. 2010 October 30. Dhanbad Effective Administration through e-governance Swavalamban as an e-governance initiative. Prof.9 DISTINGUISHED VISITORS TO THE SCHOOL Dr. Asansol Shri Jayant Jha. Block II Area. 2010 October 30. Dhanbad Shri Bankhandi Mishra. Gurunanak College. 3. A. Pandey. Judicial Magistrate. Finance Manager. Deputy Commissioner. Dhanbad Shri Manoj Dubey. 5. N Singh. 2010 October 29. 2010 October 29. Assistant e-governance in Banking sector General Manager. Dr Saumya Singh visited USA for presenting a paper in International Leadership Conference held at University of Riverside. Chandan Mitra. Div. 2010 October 29. K. 2010 October 29.12. Dhanbad Shri M.Dubey.

5. Dumka as an external member of BOCS for MBA programme at SKMU. Prof. Kampan Mukherjee was a Key Note Speaker 2 International Coal Conference organized by ASSOCHAM at New Delhi. Dr. Prof. Prof. Jamshedpur as Visiting Professor for teaching Supply Chain SCOR Modeling. Delhi. Govind Swaroop Pathak delivered an Invited talk on the topic 'Future Post Offices' at the Seminar on 'Future Post Offices'. 4. Niladri Das visited SKMU. Bistupur. Kampan Mukherjee was invited to evaluate a Doctoral Thesis by XLRI. organized by All India Postal Employees Union Group C at Gujarat Sanatan Samaj. Jamshedpur and FMS.12. University of Burdwan. Jamshedpur. nd 2. 3. Kampan Mukherjee visited XLRI. Dumka. Prof. 6. Prof. 5. 148 .11 MISCELLANEOUS 1. Chandan Bhar was invited to Lecture in the Second Refresher Course in ICT organized by Academic Staff College.

These softwares also enhance the computational facilities of the CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) laboratory of the department.5. and 9 papers in national conferences. which was th inaugurated on 29 October 2010. Durgapur Period of visit 01 day 149 . 7 papers in national journals. On this occasion Dr. 14 papers in the proceedings of international conferences. and final year B. The equipments of these projects were procured and some research papers out of the project work were also published. The department had also taken initiative to open the Dhanbad Chapter of 'Indian Society for Advancement of Materials and Processing Engineering' (ISAMPE). 5. Bangalore. Former President of ISAMPE and Scientist 'G' and Additional Director of ADA. The annual techno-management fest MECHATHLON'10 was organized by the students of the department during 12-14 November 2010. The faculty members of the Department have published 12 research papers in different international journals. Kanpur had delivered a special lecture on 'Smart Materials'. One book was also published. discipline to different opencast and underground mines as a part of their course curriculum. At present. Naidu. The inaugural function was presided by Sri T. Two guest lectures were arranged and highly applauded by the students and faculty members of the institute.1 FIELD VISITS/EXCURSIONS/TRAINING PROGRAMMES UNDERTAKEN BY STUDENTS Particulars Industrial Visit (Dr.Tech. These projects are sponsored by different funding agencies like UGC and DST.13 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING & MINING MACHINERY ENGINEERING The department organized three industrial visits and excursions for M. J.Tech. students of Mining Machinery Engg. The department organized National Seminar on Drills & Drilling an Update during 23-24 September. M. Ansys and Abaqus. (MET) Place of visit CMERI.13.Das) Batch of students M. Ramkumar from IIT. the department has seven ongoing R&D projects with total outlay of ` 60 lakh (approx. 2010.K.Tech.). For teaching of the U/G and P/G students of the department ` 20 lakh was spent for purchasing the software. A.

2. 5.13. Durgapur 01 day Sonpur Bazari Excursion to Sonpur Bazari Final Year B. BEST PRACTICES OF THE DEPT 1. Ghosh) M. 150 .Tribology & NDT Laboratory (Dr. CFD and Simulation of dynamical systems. Chattopadhyaya) 01 day 5.Tech. Project (MME) and First Project of ECL Year M. S. Inculcate student's innovative minds in computational research work through latest softwares on FEM. Encourage students to attend national and international seminars/conferences/symposium and to present paper both for general forum and student's level competitions. (MET) CMERI. (MME) (Dr.Tech.K. 4. Encourage students in organizing technical competition in ISM (national level) where students from various Institutions from India can participate.2. Encourage students to take part in technical competition of national/international importance by actively involving and guiding students providing available infrastructure and workmanship. Motivate the UG students to pursue Post Graduate studies in India and abroad. S. 3.Tech.

Design and development UGC. K. heat Ongoing from starting removal factor and to check the of project influence of geometry. Singh ` 7 lakh May 2009 Three Years To find collector efficiency factor. Ranjan ` 5. . 2009 Three Years from To localize faulty components online.67 lakh UGC. New Delhi Heat Transfer Enhancement in a Jet Plate and Longitudinal Fins Solar Air Heater. Dasgupta ` 8. 2012 Dr.00. New Delhi Feb.AND ABOVE) Project Value Date of Date of Commencement Completion Project Title Status Dr.Dixit Dec.Singh ` 197. New Delhi ` 7. S. R. Advancing (mobile) Govt. New Delhi system using analytical redundancy April. enablers and barriers of implementation of cellular manufacturing system in Indian industries Vibration and stability analysis of spinning thin plates Dr.N. 2010 Feb. Construction of 3D Surface from Incompatible Curves Dr. Ongoing starting of particularly for flow control valves of project the hydrostatic transmission system. Design and development of Self Advancing Goaf edge support (SAGES) 2. Jha ` 6. Three Years from starting of project UGC. Three Years from To analyze the spinning isotropic Ongoing starting of and orthotropic /anisotropic thin plate and numerical validation of project the results with commercial FEA softwares. New Delhi Feb.3. 2011 Three Years from To understand how the Indian Ongoing starting of manufacturing organizations are trying to develop a coherent strategy project for improving the manufacturing competitiveness. To replace the prevailing system of closely spaced cogs A Graphic User interface will be developed to construct surface from incompatible curves Development of Self Ministry of Coal. of India Goaf Edge support (SAGES) for depillaring operations in underground coalmines. New Delhi of Energy Efficient Hydrostatic Transmission System for Off-road vehicle using two motor summation drive Fault diagnosis of a servo DST. S. 2010 Dec. 5. N.56 lakh Dr.20 lakh Dr.75 lakh Sponsoring Coordinator(s) Agency Objective Findings 1.5. 2010 Ongoing DST.K. emissivity on the heat transfer enhancement Three Years from starting of project Dr. A.74 lakh Feb. Das Feb. 2009 Utilization of waste heat from diesel engine exhaust gases for Air-conditioning and performance enhancement of the Current status. K. Sept.K.13.K. 2009 Ongoing 151 Dr. Ghoshal ` 17. BRIEF LIST OF ON-GOING R&D PROJECTS (PROJECT VALUE Rs. 2012 The Likely to be tested within fabrication of 4 months the SAGES is under process Literature review has been done.000/. V.788 lakh UGC.R. New Delhi ` 7.4 lakh Performance Studies on UGC.

00 Upgradation of existing To carryout FEA 3 users Abaqus software 10 users Abaqus 6. K.2 Papers published in International Journals: 1.K.13.4. D. 6. 533-539. RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 5. J.13. pp.53.5. S. 152 . Chattopadhyaya. K. Flutter control of smart composite structure in hygro-thermal environment. Vol. J. pp. 2010 ` 9. IMPORTANT NEW EQUIPMENT ACQUISITIONED (ABOVE ` 5.13. Mahato. K. Vol. 3. V.30. pp.5. Management research & technology.000.000/-) Name of Equipment Upgradation of existing 5 users Ansys software ANSYS to 25 users Lab/Purpose To carryout FEA Date of Purchase Feb. Numbers 5-8. 2011. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Number 8. 4. 2010. 23(4). et al. and Maiti. 21. K. Int.00 5.9 version Feb. 27-37. Advanced Manufacturing Technology. 2010. vol. Kumar. J. 2011.1 Books published: Chattopadhyaya. Singh. Lambert Academic Publishing.1/2 pp. 611-624. P. pp. Journal of Minerals & Materials Characterization & Engineering. and Sharma. K. Int. 2010. 50. et al. Role of environmental conscious design and manufacturing for implementation of green supply chain. 2010. Singh. 317-326. S. Vol. ASCE Journal Aerospace Engineering.00.00. 2010. Review of research work in sinking EDM and WEDM on metal matrix composite materials. Int.5. et al. No.K. and Saha. No. 5. 2010 Value (`) ` 6. 4. 42 .13. The effect of nickel micro powder suspended dielectric on EDM performance measure of EN-19 steel.000. 2. Singh. K. 9. Vol.. 6. Transfer of Agile Manufacturing technology to Small Scale Industries. Das. 709-739. P. 2. S. MRR improvement in sinking electrical discharge machining: a review. K. Excimer laser micro-machining of silicon in air and water medium. 5. Manufacturing Technology and Management. Issue 1.5.

International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology.5. Verma.. Kumar. and Sharma. S. S. Kumar. pp.scientific. doi:10. V. Sriram. What role can green supply chain management play in mitigating global warming? J. 3. Chattopadhyaya. S. S. S.. 179-192.3 Papers published in National Journals 1.1. Vol. 2010. Indian Welding J. 2010. Chattopadhyaya. V. 2011. pp. Mechanical Engineering. 2. Chattopadhyaya. Int. G.4028/ www. A. Chemistry in Asia. 2011. S. Kumar. Journal of IMS Group (Ghaziabad UP).135. Vol. 3. pp. Ghoshal. 962-980. J. Chattopadhyaya. Mechanical Engineering.. A. No. 2010. Vol. Chattopadhyaya. Vol. (IJEEE). 2.. S.43-45.44-52. S. 2010. 2010. 199-203. Vols. 4. and Mishra.316-317. V. 3. Energy management in small and medium Indian enterprises: an approach.N. pp. Kumar. A. 3.K. 1. V. 2010. 12. Prediction of transient temperature distribution. No.7..K. and Chattopadhyaya. pp. Performance improvement in supply chain using statistical/ management techniques. N. S. 5. V. No. and Ghosh... 1. Issue 2. S. Chattopadhyaya. A. J. Int. No. Kumar. Issue 2. V. 7. 135-152. S. ISST Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engg. Critical analysis of the stock in process of a conveyor belt manufacturing unit. ANFIS Model for interaction of parameters for Submerged Arc Welding Process for Mild Steel plates for higher thickness. Int. Approaching green supply chain management through reusing and recycling packing method. 316-317.net/DDF. 153 . pp. and Mishra.. 8. No. Defect and Diffusion Forum. Green manufacturing: green value chain practices for the Indian enterprises. 1. Robust fault diagnosis and prognostics of a hoisting mechanism: a simulation study. ISST Journal of Mechanical Engg. and Sharma. Ghosh. 2010. V. and Sharma. 10. 9. 43. S.. 141-150. HAZ width and microstructural analysis of submerged arcwelded structural steel plates. G. V. S.13. S. Kumar.. Singh. Chattopadhyaya. 4. and Sharma. 1. (IJME). pp. S. pp. 98-102. S. and Samanta. 2010. 11. Inflicting agility through just in time practices in truck tyre manufacturing plant. 2 and 3. Verma.V. Vol. 76-81. 11-15. pp. J. Retailing and marketing. pp.

1 No.. V. A. K. 2010. 2010. 6. Determination of damage area through dissection of impacted glass fiber reinforced polymer matrix st composites. K.4 Papers presented in International Seminars/Conferences 1. Second International Conference on Production & Industrial th Engineering (CPIE-2010). NIT. D.K. Innovative tool electrode designs for sinking EDM process . 2010. Singh. CIPET. ISST Journal of Mechanical Engineering. ISST Journal of Mechanical Engg. 73-75. Vol. An approach for predicting weld bead geometry using multi regression analysis in submerged arc welding process. S.. K. K. 2010. Singh. 1. 1 No. K. K. Impact induced damage study on adhesively bonded asymmetric and symmetric fiber 154 2. 5. 2010. K. Determination of robust design parameters of submerged arc welding process for welding structural steel plates. and Sharma. No. V. Singh. (IJME). 6. and Kumar. Garg. Bangalore. K.. K. S. 20-22 February 2010. P. R. R. Damage Area Extension in Glass Fibre Reinforced Polymer Matrix Composites at Different Energy Level. Singh. Impact induced damage study on symmetric laminates glass fabric specimen. International Conference on composites for 21 Century: Current & Future Trends.5.A review. pp. K. 2010. Kumar.2. K. Singh. Singh. 2011. S.. P. Singh. Second International Conference on Production & Industrial Engineering (CPIE-2010). 55-65.. and Sarkar.. 2010. K. Jalandhar. January 4-7.K. S. 3-5th December 2010. Indian Institute of Science.. 3. K. and Kumar. G. 1. and Chattopadhyaya. International Conference on nd Advances in Polymeric Material (APM-2010).. Sarkar. R. Chattopadhyaya. P. pp. 3-5 December 2010. 3-5 December 2010. pp. Singh. Processing technique of polymer matrix composites: current and future trends. P..K. P. Bhubaneswar.5. 7. R. K. K. 19-23. . Farhan and Deepak. Verma. Singh. and Ojha. Second International Conference on th Production & Industrial Engineering (CPIE-2010).. and Kumar. A. Ghosh. Integrating forward and reverse supply chains. K. NITJalandhar. K.13. 4. Sarkar. 5.. Ghosh. P. NIT. Chattopadhyaya. 2.. R. Singh. K. K. ISST Journal of Mechanical Engineering. 2010. Gupta. and Kumar. P. Jalandhar. Vol.

1st International Conference on th th Manufacturing Engineering and Management. Chattopadhyaya.1109 / ICCIC. th Surat. 2010. Chattopadhyaya. K. SVNIT. 4-6 January 2010. 19th -22nd August 2010. S. Proceedings of International Conference on System Dynamics and Control ICSDC. Singapore. Presov. 14. International Conference on Mechanical and Electrical Technology. Nozzle diameter prediction of Plasma Arc Cutter. Singh. and Maiti. pp.K. 2010.K. S. Chattopadhyaya. December 2729. Manipal 155 8. 2011. S.K. Singh. Assessment of the life of the consumables of plasma cutting operation. Presov. S. pp. Xplore Database..570 5830 Mahato. Neuro fuzzy modeling of basic oxygen furnace and its comparison with Neural Network and GRNN models. 2010. International Seminar on Recent Advances in Geosciences. International Conference on advances in Mechanical Engineering. Gujarat. SVNIT. 11. 10. Chattopadhyaya. 9. ICTACEM 2010. 2010. Third International Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering (ICAME-2010). Surat. P. 821-26. 2010. 12. and Rajaraman.reinforced polymer composites. 2010. 1st International Conference on Manufacturing Engineering and Management. 2010. pp. pp. 20-23. Review and Future Trends of Sinking EDM on Silicon Carbide Reinforced Metal Matrix Composites. S.8. pp. 208-217. et al. pp. MIT. S. and Ghosh. 11th -13th January 2011. 15. Ranjan. Proc. Kharagpur. Third International Conference on th Advances in Mechanical Engineering (ICAME-2010). 733.103-106. Slovakia. M. July 2010. 4-6 January 2010. V. G. N. Chattopadhyaya. SVNIT. 25th-26th November 2010. D. 7. Static and Dynamic Analysis of Functionally Graded Material. pp. Slovakia.. Proc. 10th -12th September 2010. Vineel. IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Computing Research. . M. Sriram. Indian School of Mines Dhanbad. Environmental Management for small sized Indian Enterprises in Manufacturing Proc. 13. Effect of bending rigidity and inner radius on the stability of rotating annular disk. Multi response optimization of cutting Coal through water jet.V. 423-27. Doi: 10.K. 1. 2010.N. 2010. 25 -26 November 2010.V. K. Analytical Solution for Transient Temperature of Semi Infinite Body Subjected to 3-D Moving Heat Source for Submerged Arc Welding Process.

2010. pp. Ghoshal. Dhanbad.K.K. 3.13. S. Dhanbad. Proceedings of the National Workshop on Jugaad in Manufacturing (NCJM 2011). Mukherjee. 8. 23-24 Sept. ISM Dhanbad. National seminar on Drills & Drilling an Update. 23-24 Sept. Environmental impacts of drilling muds. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Drills & Drilling an Update.5. National seminar on Drills & Drilling an Update. Singh. National Seminar on Photonics and Materials (NASPAM-10). 23-24 Sept. 6. K. Lubrication and oil conservation for HEMM with case studies on drills in CCL. N. Innovative and Collaborative Real-Time Well-Path Planning for Drilling. K. 2010.. Dhanbad. 2010. Jha. A Model Based Dynamic Performance Study of Rock Drill. 2010. 2011. N. 257-268. Gupta. Mukherjee. P.5. Dhanbad. 2010.6 (in CD).6 MAJOR ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTIONS Dr. P. 7.13. pp 277283. 9. 1. January 8-9. Study of drills used in machining and mining processes vis-à-vis a comparison. S. 23-24 Sept. 2011. ISM. ISM. 2010. S. ISM. 2010. ISM. National Seminar on Drills & Drilling an Update. 2. pp. February 10-11. National seminar on Drills & Drilling an Update. National seminar on nanomaterials and their applications. 5. K. P. A numerical model for predicting the characteristics of nanofluids. Indian School of Mines. A. National seminar on Drills & Drilling an Update.U. 2010. 5. 2010. Static and Dynamic Interlaminar Fracture Toughness of Bidirectional Polymer Matrix Composites. 4. B.H. Dhanbad. S. Jha was honoured as FIE by Institute of Engineers. ISM.K. 2010. S. 2011. 25-27th March 2010. Different types of jugaad in the fabrication of various furniture / items in the workshop. 231-238. Singh. 2010.5 Papers presented in National Seminars/Conferences 1. 156 . Dhanbad. 23-24 Sept. pp. Varanasi. (D&DU-2010). Study of Wear in WC Drill Bit Buttons. 2010. Singh. and Chattopadhyaya. S. 2010. Mukherjee. 2010. India. ISM. K. 23-24 Sept. Dhanbad. and Samanta.

13. Dhanbad.. Vinayak Ranjan Dr. Alok K. National seminar on Drills & Drilling an Update 2. BHU Centre of Nano Science and Engineering. 2010 10-12 Sept. Das Dr. the Institute's annual technomanagement fest.. 2010 5. Virtual SUPRA SAE INDIA 2010 competition for team selection and scrutiny as Faculty Advisor of the team Mech. Somnath Chattopadhyaya 25-26 Nov. ISM. Presented two key note papers in 1st Intern. Vinayak Ranjan Title Workshop on Design. 2010 Dr. SYMPOSIA. Vinayak Ranjan Dr.. Singh Ansys office Hinjuwadi. IISc. N. Coimbatore Dr. 2011 157 .. 2010 Presented a technical paper in one of the 11-13 Jan. Conference on Mechanical and Electrical Technology at Singapore. Somnath Chattopadhyaya Dr.7 SEMINARS. K. Presented a technical paper in one of the technical sessions. WORKSHOPS. Dr. MECHATHLON'10. Somnath Chattopadhyaya Dr. Pune Presov. Somnath Chattopadhyaya Dr. Presented a technical paper in one of the July 2011 technical sessions and he has also chaired one of the technical sessions. at ISM. SVNIT Gujarat. Pilani Institute of Tech. Alok K. Nat. fabrication and testing of a bulk micro-machined Piezo actuated pressure transducer National seminar on recent advances in MEMS 3rdInternational Winter School & 5th INUP workshop on nanofabrication technology Duration 14-23 July 2010 07-09 March 2011 03-09 January 2011 Place CEERI. and acted a session chair of three sessions of the conference. 23-24 Sept. Das Dr.13.8 PARTICIPATION OF FACULTY/OFFICERS/STAFF IN SEMINARS/ CONFERENCES Name of the Participant Dr. Dhanbad. Int. Int. Chaired one of the technical sessions. in Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence at ISM. Somnath Chattopadhyaya Dr. 17-18 Feb. International Seminar on Recent Advances in Geosciences.5. technical sessions and he has also chaired 2011 one of the technical sessions. Singh 28-29 Dec. IEEE International conference on 2010 Computational Intelligence and Computing Research. Semi. Slovakia. Bangalore Tamil Nadu College of Engg. K. Conference on Manufacturing Engineering and Management. 2010 12-14 Nov. Conference on advances in Mechanical Engg. CONFERENCES ORGANIZED BY THE DEPARTMENT 1. 21-22 Aug. N.

the th Techno-Management fest of ISM on 12 November 2010 5. Bangalore delivered guest lecture on 'Interdisciplinary research at the frontiers of micro and nano technologies' 29th Oct. Venugopal. Rudra Pratap.10 DISTINGUISHED VISITORS TO THE SCHOOL 1. Dr. Director. Prof. Durgapur Chief guest for inauguration of ISAMPE. M. Naidu 2. The chief Guest of the function was Prof. Dhanbad. Naidu. Kanpur and Prof. M.isampe.11 SPECIAL LECTURES BY DISTINGUISHED GUESTS Sri T. Slovakia and presented two st key note papers in the 1 International Conference on Manufacturing Engineering and Management held during 25th -26th November. J. IIT Kanpur delivered a lecture on 'Smart Materials' Prof. Ram Kumar. ISM Dhanbad. 2.org) was formally inaugurated on 29th October 2010 at Indian School of Mines. P. M. Somnath Chattopadhyaya also visited Singapore presented a technical paper in the International Conference on Mechanical and Electrical Technology during 10th -12th September 2010. CMERI. The inaugural function was presided by Sri T. Dhanbad as well. T. Head of the Department of ME & MME. Naidu. CIMFR.13. Dhanbad. J. Dhanbad Chapter Chief guest for inauguration of MECHATHLON'10. Prof. Basu. CIMFR. 5. Gautam Biswas Director. Professor. Dr. Dr. M. Singh. R. 158 . of ME & MME and faculty members from other departments of ISM. Somnath Chattopadhyaya visited Presov. Scientist.13. IIT. Dr. Scientist. 2010. Additional Director. P.13. Department of ME & MME. Dhanbad.9 VISITS OF FACULTY MEMBERS ABROAD 1. Dhanbad. Kashyap. ISM. K. Sri T. Ram Kumar. Dhanbad to enhance the activities of ISAMPE. Bangalore. Sarkar. Scientist. IISC. The programme was witnessed by Dr. The Dhanbad Chapter of ISAMPE (www. Former President of ISAMPE and Scientist 'G' and Additional Director of ADA. 2010 29th Oct. Singh. Dean (Research & Development). Prof. Kumar. delivered a lecture on “ Advanced Materials and Design & Fabrication of LCA” Dr. which has been being for nearly 30 years. A. other faculty members from the Dept. ISM Dhanbad. CIMFR.5.K.12 MISCELLANEOUS: 1. R. ADA Bangalore. Dr. ISM Dhanbad. K. 2010 14 November 2010 th 5.13.

of India.02. A New Workshop building has been inaugurated on 21. 159 .2.2011 by Padma Shri Dr. This building has been constructed for housing modern production and measurement laboratories and latest workshop machines to fulfill educational needs of UG/PG courses and for research purposes. Chairman Atomic Energy Commission as well as Ex-Officio Secretary to Govt. Srikumar Banerjee. Department of Atomic Energy and Chief Guest of the XXXIII Annual Convocation 2011.

Programme in Mining Engineering. The students passing out from this Department have traditionally occupied top positions in the government departments as well as in the mining industry. The Department has been recognized as a QIP Centre for the faculty members of other Mining Engineering Departments of the country to pursue higher studies. there is one International Collaborative Project with DITAC. MOC and PCRA. The posts of Director-General of Mines Safety. The Department has very active interaction with mining industry. There are five ongoing R&D projects in the Department worth Rs 331. research and services to the mining industry. both in India and abroad. The Department is currently running one 4-year B. The faculty members have represented the Department/ Institution in 31 different outside high level selection committees/ boards. It has conducted six professional development programmes for executives from industries and government departments and completed consultancies worth more than Rs 300 lakhs.Tech.33 lakhs sponsored by DST. two 5-year Dual Degree Programmes and four 2-years M. 160 . expert committees constituted by various organization/institution/ministries. di Torino. Programmes with sixteen regular faculties and three chair professors. in recognition of its high standards of teaching. Tech.5. It has also been accorded the status of “Centre of Advanced Studies” in Mining Engineering by the University Grant Commission. both in the public and private sectors. It has widespread activities in both coal and non-coal/metalliferous mining sectors. It enjoys the flagship department status in the institute. The Department has acquired laboratory equipments each costing more than Rs 5 lakhs for a total value of Rs 28. Besides. Torino. have been traditionally occupied by the ex-students of the Department. Over 400 ex-students of the Department are working in the USA and other countries. Besides. The faculty members have published 7 technical papers each in national and International Journals during 2010-11 and a total of 11 papers have been presented in national and international symposia/ conferences. Italy. Politechnico. one book titled 'Foundation on Coal Measure Rocks: bearing capacity and settlement' has been published.17 lakhs. Chairmen and Managing Directors of most of the mining companies and top executives of many other companies.14 MINING ENGINEERING The Department of Mining Engineering was established in 1926 with the founding of the School in that year. in highly respectable positions.

2010 6.10.2010 and 7. BCCL V Sem. Mongolian ALT Corps and Sanvik Mining and Construction (USA).2010 and III Sem. Tech. (ME) & Dual degree 6. Tech.10.2010 & 28. (ME) & Dual Degree ISM Campus 09.2010 and 26. V Sem.14.10. (ME) & Dual degree TATA STEEL Jogta Mine Fire Area. Local Excursion B.12 2010 VIII Sem.12. Tech.12. Tech.10.2010 & 28. (ME) & Dual Degree Narwapahar).10. B. Tech. Tech. (ME) & Dual degree BCCL 26.10. Tech. 08. Special/Guest lectures of eight eminent personalities were also organized in the Department during 2010-11. B. (ME) & Dual degree BCCL Nudkhurki OCP. Dhansar.10.2010 06.2010 27.01.2010 and 30. Annual Mine Surveying Camp B.12. SAIL VII Sem. (ME) & Dual degree BCCL Metal Mining Chasnalla Colliery.10.10.2010 and 30.2010 Putki Balihari Project.12. IV Sem. B. (ME) & Dual degree UCIL (Jaduguda & VI Sem.12. TATA Steel (Noamundi) & ACC (Jhinkpani) Mines Rescue Station. VIII Sem.2010 29.12.2010 29.2010 and 7.2010 13.10. Local Excursion B. (ME) & Dual degree ECL Moonidih Project.12. B. (ME) & Dual degree BCCL Sonepur Bazari OCP. Tech.2010 to 12.2010 CIMFR (Explosive and III Sem. (ME) & Dual degree Blasting Division) Sendra Bansjora Colliery. B. B.10.1 FIELD VISITS/EXCURSIONS/TRAINING PROGRAMMES UNDERTAKEN BY THE STUDENTS Particulars Batch of students Place of visit Period of visit 25.2010 to 02.10. (ME) & Dual degree BCCL Longwall gallery and VI Sem. Tech. Tech. VII Sem. Queensland University (Canada).2011 161 . Tech.Four internationally acclaimed personalities in the field of Mining Engineering have visited the Department during the year from University of Adelaide (South Australia). IV Sem. B.12. 5. B. 25. B. Tech.2010 Bhelatand Coal Washery.2010 27.

2 INTRODUCTION OF NEW PROGRAMMES A new M.Tech (Projects).Tech. (dissertations) and Ph.14 . underground space technology is backed by practical case examples generated from different R&D and Consultancy Projects undertaken by the faculty of the Department. 162 . programme in Underground Space Technology was started by the Deptt. 5.5.D.14.3 BEST PRACTICES OF THE DEPARTMENT Most of the teaching in rock excavation engineering.(Thesis). of Mining Engineering with effect from 2009-2010 academic session. Students are involved in live projects for their B.Tech. M.

Govt. Dr.75 January 2008 Ongoing Using the new FEM software (ANSYS 12). guidelines for estimation of support capacity for longwall faces. U.1 5. Singh ` 63. U. conservation Principal Investigator. K. Singh. This resulted in a total energy saving cost of Rs. & ISM ` 34. Dr.14. K. of India Determination of Optimum Cut-Off Grade for Surface Mining of Metalliferous Ore Deposits. Govt. D. model study simulate floor strata. addition of joints. strata behaviour and support performance monitoring Ongoing Conservation of Energy in Main Mine Ventilation Fans October 2008 163 Dr. Mishra. D. of India Design and develop Self Advancing Goaf Edge Support (SAGES) of Medium Duty: 2x200t Load Capacity for depillaring operations in underground coal mines Stress analysis for structural design and material to be used for fabrication of the SAGES using Finite Element Modeling (FEM). Energy saving in the range of 10-15% of the total energy consumption has been achieved by installation of FRP bladed fans in the coal mines of M/s Tata Steel Ltd. Prediction of the Stability of Spread Footing Foundation Dept. of Science on Weak Floor Jointed and & Technology. September 2010 Ongoing Development of Self Advancing (Mobile) Goaf Edge Supports (SAGES) for Depillaring Operations in Underground Coal Mines Prof. K. Dheeraj Kumar & Prof.32 lakhs till 31.2011 from the date of installation of the FRP fans in the month of July 2010. Dheeraj Kumar Ministry of Coal.4 LIST OF ONGOING R & D PROJECTS Date of Commencement/ Ddate of Completion Project Title Status Ongoing Prof. 18. U. GOI Layered Rock Mass Using Multi Model Finite Element Analysis and Artificial Neural Network Technique ` 197. research association.8154 February 2008 Investigations of cavability of overlying strata and development of guidelines for estimation of support capacity for longwall facesCMRI. design and implement an innovative concept for reducing the energy consumption in main mine ventilation fans. NIRM. K.  To carry out trial runs and finally demonstrate the conservation of energy in main mine ventilation fans. Ministry of Petroleum Co-Principal Investigator & & Natural Gas. Prof. of India July 2010 Development of an integral approach for selection of the capacity of powered support and formulation of a strata and support behaviour and monitoring scheme for longwall operation in Indian coal mines Completed Standard methodology for categorization of roof rock. Stability analyses of jointed rock foundations by Finite Element Modeling (FEM) using the multiple yield models SERC. weak layers in the strata. C. Panigrahi. JBEPL has started fabrication of one set of the SAGES based on the outcome of FEM analysis of the modeled structure .88 Petroleum Prof.3. Govt.51 Ministry of Coal. Development of Model for DST. Govt. Dr. Singh ` 22. assessment of cavability of roof rock. of India Team Member  To develop. Phalguni Sen ` 12. M.03.46 Sponsoring Project Coordinator(s) Agency Value (lakhs) Objective Findings To develop model for determination of optimum cut-off grade for surface mining of metalliferous ore deposits. P. Singh.

Italy Nature of Interaction Development of rock characterization and simulation facilities for dimension stone cutting using diamond wire saw technology. pp. Field work completed. 2011.5 IMPORTANT COLLABORATIVE WORK International Collaborative Work Selected for Joint Funding (DST Funded) Organisation/laboratory DITAG. Mining India. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing AG & Co. Politechnico di Torino.14. Organized special lectures on rock excavation engineering were organized in which the Italian experts Prof.00. Analysis and report under preparation jointly. D.100 5.2 Papers presented in International Journal 1.7. 2010.98. PG students and Elective students of Rock Excavation Engg. Scope of gainful utilization of power plant coal ash in Indian coal mining industry . 45-54.image processing Sokkia Set1x reflector less total station Lab/Purpose Calibration of anemometer by low speed wind-tunnel For image processing of satellite imagery For field data acquisition Value (`) ` 16.5. Status: Italian team visited.14.Related techno-economic. Scientists spoke on four related to Research Scholars.6 IMPORTANT NEW EQUIPMENT ACQUIRED (ABOVE RS.1 Books Published Kumar.7. Jawed. 164 .07. environmental and legal issues. Foundation on Coal Measure Rocks: Bearing Capacity and Settlement. Torino. This is a bi-lateral project for faculty exchange and is meant for developing know-how in the above mentioned field. Marilena Cardu and Dr.14.469 ` 5. Germany. 5. KG. M. Alessandro Giraudi.14. 000/-) Name of Equipment Basic low speed wind tunnel with computerized data acquisition system ERDAS Imagine basic Edu kit 2010. 5.11. March 2011.7 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 5.000 ` 6.5.14.

and Murthy. Panigrahi. 47. 1(2). A study of physico-chemical and mineralogical properties of Talcher coal fly ash for stowing in underground coal mines. G. An investigation to optimize the experimental parameters of differential scanning calorimetry method to predict the susceptibility of coal to spontaneous heating. 2010. P.P. Application of rock mechanics principles for sustainable drivage and maintenance of gate roads in high stress conditions. K. M. V. G. P. pp.. 4. pp. Dey. Emerging Trends in Information & Communication technology in Mine Safety and Disaster Management. R. J. pp. Singh. 4. Vol. Vol. 1-16 Singh. and Gupta. International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences. 2010. U.. K. Vol. Geotech. V. Vol. C. S. S. Materials Characterization. 2010. R.S. pp. Applications of numerical modeling for strata control in mines. D.3 Papers published in National Journals 1.S. Issue 11.. Kumar. U. D. Investigations on impact of blasting on tunnels. 2010. 2010. and Singh. Kumar. K. 277-283.2. K. and Singh. P.7. G. U.S.. 2010. 1252-1259. and Singh. Vol. 2. Mine Tech.. 28. S. Delineating rock mass damage zones in blasting from in-field seismic velocity and peak particle velocity measurement. Archives of Mining Sciences. S. No. 4. 669-689. 3.14. Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering. Dey. 55. K. pp. Eng. 2010. Science and Technology. 2010. M. V. D.K. and Murthy. Kumar. Prediction of caving behavior of strata and optimum rating of hydraulic powered support for longwall workings. Singh. Journal of Engineering. Geotechnical and Geological Engg. Mohalik. Singh. K. pp. S. April-June 2010 2. S. Mishra. 16. 165 . Int. 61. N. No. No. 513-524. 2010. pp. and Das. Vol. P. Singh.. Journal of Coal Science & Engg.K. 6 7 5. Development of an Automated System for Continuous Monitoring of Powered Roof Support in Longwall Panel. A. No. Geol. 5. 2010.3. 3.M.R. K. V. and Murthy. U. Vol. 3. U. Application of Numerical Modelling for Strata Control in Mines. D. 16. Int. K. 51-62. 59-71. G. 337-340.. DOI: 10. Journal of Coal Science & Engg.. and Singh.1007/s10706-010-9324-6 Singh. 3.P.

4. 2011. Cleaner energy production with underground coal gasification a review. Central Board of Irrigation and Power and Central Institute of Mining and Fuel Research.7.R. and Singh. Dey. and Singh. Kolkata.M.M.S. 11-12 May... N. India Murthy. Malaysia. Jour. 10th Geominetech Symposium on 'New Equipment . and Ghosh.. S. November 26-27.4 Paper presented in International Seminars/Conferences 1. P. Mine Tech. Hyderabad. 17 . of the Meeting Rock Mechanics Challenge of Deep Underground Mining. 17-19 January. A. 5. Monitoring and assessment of landcover change induced by coal mining in Jharia Coal Field using LISS III-MSS data. 2010. organized by GIS Development. Proc. A. V. Journal of Mines Metal and Fuels. 166 2. Jawed. P. pp 23-27. Geospatial World Forum. Assessment of caving behaviour and support capacity estimation for longwall workings. Supakar. 2010. 13-15 Dec.P. G.S. M. 2010. 2010. K. C. HICC. D. 2011. Noida. U.New Technology. Predicting production performance of surface miner from rock properties.Some design and performance aspects. Bangalore. and Niyogi.91. V. and Bahuguna. Inst. 7.14.R. 2010. Vol. Management and Safety in Mines & Mineral based Industries'. Conference on Underground Space Technology. Singh. Kumar. Ray. Singh. Proc. M. 91. K.K.5.14. pp. Tunneling using hard rock tunnel boring machines . April 22-24.5 Papers presented in National Seminars/Conferences 1. S. Panigrahi. Management of strata control problems in gate roads under high stress conditions. Conventional Tunneling Techniques using Drill & Blast New Developments. . K. D. 2.P. K.related legal and environmental issues. JanuaryMarch 2010. Vol. A. 2010. K. 2011. Bhubaneswar. Emerging trends in information and communication technology in mine safety & disaster management. G.. Dhanbad. 5. Murthy.S. India.21 January 2011. 3-9. Eng. International Conference on Environment. Intl. organized by International Society of Rock Mechanics (India). Proceeding of Workshop on 'Tunneling Techniques QUO VADIS'. S. (India). Scope for the use of coal ash in the Indian coal mining industry. Shukla. U. Mishra. D. 6. Penang. 2010.7. pp LI-04-1 to 10. Kumar. and Srivastava. 3.

India. V.14. Paul selected as Technical reviewer of Journal of Scientific Research Dr. . K. Proceedings of National Seminar on 'Explosives & Blasting Techniques for Mining. National seminar at NITK. A. Dr.. P. 6. S. B. 2010 Murthy. Mishra is Member of selection committee for project assistant at CIMFR. Surathkal Mishra. Management and Safety in Mines & Mineral based Industries' (ENTMS 2010). Quarrying and Infrastructure Industry'. R. R.S. Mishra is Member organising committee of international symposium on rock fragmentation by blasting 'Fragblast 10' at CIMFR.M. 2010. 5. K. Ventilation systems for traffic tunnels. pp. pp 109119. 3. 4. Dhanbad.3. September. 5. K. M. th Proc. and Kumar. Surathakal. A. Mishra. D.M.S. 4. 2011. NIT. P.R. Blast design for controlling ground vibration during deep hole blasting in distressed overburden. 1819 Feb. 10 Geominetech Symposium on 'New Equipment-New Technology. Underwater drilling and cautious blasting for hard rock dredging near a sensitive marine structure A success story. Bhargava. ISM. 2. National Seminar on Drills and Drilling An Update.. Paul was a member of technical review committee of 34th International Conference of Safety ion Mines Research Institutes organized by Deptt. and Choudhary. Bhubaneswar. K.S. Jawed was an expert member for Brain Storming & Panel discussion on 'Best option for Mining & dumping in forest area in a coal block of North Karanpura Coalfields' organized by IMMA on 2/4/2011 in Capitol Hotel Ranchi 167 6.. A. 11-12 May. D. Dey. 5. Innovations in Production Drilling Technology. 2011. of Mining Engineering. 2010.R. Proceedings of National Seminar on Drills and Drilling 2010An Update. Technological advancement in Initiation System Electronic Detonator. A. Mishra.P. 23-24 September. Mishra was reviewer of paper for Journal of the Geological Society of India. 2011 at New Delhi Prof. and Krishna. Dr. Murthy. A. K. V. 2010. 58-62. IIT Kharagpur during December 7 10. 2010. Dr.8 MAJOR ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTIONS 1. S. Dr. and Sen. Indian School of Mines. 7. K. A.

for Interview & Selection of Candidates Prof. P. 15. Prof. K. Prof. U. Sen was appointed as Expert member in the Board JPSC for selection of faculty posts in BIT Sindri on December 22. P. 13. Dept. M. Sen chaired technical session in the 22nd National Convention of Mining Engineers and National Seminar on Challenges in Development of Mining Blocks to meet National Objectives. K. 17. M. Prof. U. 9. Sen was invited as Expert Member in Panel Discussion on Mining Technology at IMMA Jamshedpur on September 15. Prof. New Delhi Prof. M. Ranchi Prof. MHRD. 18. 16. Singh was selected as a Member of Revision of Syllabus under Coal Mines Regulation. of Higher Education. DGMS.Tech. Nagpur University. 2010 at JPSC. 2010 at UPSC. Jharkhand.7. New Delhi for discussion on strategy paper on Mapping of Skilled Personnel in Mining Industries. BIT. Singh. 1961. Prof. 168 8. Singh. Jawed was invited by Ministry of Mines. of Mining Engineering. U. Member of Syllabus Review committee. Jawed appointed as an expert member by the Dept. . P. Varanasi. 11. 1957 & Metalliferous Mines. New Delhi for selection of candidates for Commonwealth Scholarship. U. Prof. Dhanbad. P. Regulation. P. 14. Practical. K. IT-BHU. Prof. organized by The Institution of Engineers (I). Final Year. Mining Engg. Ranchi during 30-31 March. BHU. Singh was selected as a Member of Advisory Committee of CAS. Sen was appointed as Expert member in the Board of UPSC for selection during November 08 11. 10. 2011 Prof. 2010 Prof. Sindri. Jawed was appointed as an examiner in Mine System Engineering. M. New Delhi. 19. Examiner of M. Jawed appointed as an Expert Member by Union Public Service Commission. Dept. of Mining Engineering. Prof. 12. Sen chaired technical session in the National Seminar on Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence organized at ISM Dhanbad during 3031 March 2011. K.

of India. 29. South Eastern Coalfields Ltd. C. 28. D. . initiated the modification of Mines Act 1952. of India constituted under Section 12 of Mines Act. initiated all the processes for organization of Tenth International Mine Ventilation Congress in South Africa. D. Prof. Prof. C. D. D. as a member of the prestigious Statutory Committee of Govt. Govt. C. Panigrahi.21. Panigrahi was nominated as a member of a committee by the Directorate General of Mines Safety for drafting the new standards for use of Cement and Resin Capsules in roof bolting in underground mines of our country. for his significant contribution in field of Mine Ventilation Engineering. D. Prof. D. C. C. 23. Secretary to Govt. These standards have been published in two different Technical Circulars in 2010 by the Directorate General of Mines Safety as a statutory measure for implementation in underground coal as well as metal mines of our country.. 1952. Panigrahi was appointed as a member of the Expert Committee to enquire into the causes of the disaster in Anjan Hill Mine. Prof. Prof. 25. Panigrahi. Panigrahi acted as the Honorary Editor for the publication of the Journal of Coal Mining Technology and Management. Kolkata. of India. This Committee was chaired by the Addl. Prof. 169 22. Govt. Ministry of Labour and Employment and cleared the same for placing this in the table of the parliament. as the Chairman of International Mine Ventilation Committee for the duration 2009-2014. for reviewing the development of sensor hub at Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute. Panigrahi acted as an expert member of Bureau of Indian Standards. C. D. Panigrahi acted as an expert member by the Department of Science and Technology. 26. 27. D. Panigrahi was continued as the judge for Tata Talent Search award for carrying out innovative work by the officers of Tata Group of Companies. the Polish Academy of Sciences as a member of the International Advisory Board for the publication of International Journal on Archives of Mining Sciences. Panigrahi has been elected by the Committee of Mining. D. of India for reviewing the standards related to Mines Safety in the country. C. Prof. C. For the fourth consecutive year Prof. Prof. 24. C.

Sibal. Sen Challenges in Development of Mining Blocks to meet National Objectives th Dr. 2011 February 17-18. Indian Institute of Coal Management. 5. Sen Prof. Directorate General of Mines Safety. Mishra Title Workshop on Tunnelling Techniques QUO VADIS rd 3 Indian Mineral Conclave 2011 Duration November 26-27. Kunar Mineral based Industries Dr. S. Andhra Pradesh and a number of other organizations in the country for delivering lectures on the advances in Mine Ventilation and Fire related topics. C. D.2010. P. P. M. Choudhury Dr. Jawed Engineers and National Seminar on Prof. A. K. Mishra Management and Safety in Mines & Dr. WORKSHOPS. CONFERENCES ORGANIZED BY THE DEPARTMENT Shri S. Panigrahi was elected as Vice President. delivered a lecture on 'Challenges of Safety Management in Indian Mines in the present th perspective' during the 8 D. 2011 Place Kolkata ISM Dhanbad Prof. C. K. 31. Prof. M. Dr. D. Dhanbad. ISM Alumni Association for the year 2010-11 and he was instrumental in organising the 3rd Indian Mineral Congress during February 2011. 5.9 SEMINARS. M.14. A. P.10 PARTICIPATION OF FACULTY IN SEMINARS / WORKSHOPS / CONFERENCES Name of the Participant Dr. SYMPOSIA. Ltd. Srivastava Prof. Dheeraj Kumar 10 Geominetech Symposium on New Equipment-New Technology. J. Panigrahi was invited by the Directorate General of Mines Safety. D. Ranchi. Singareni Collieries Co. P. Prof. S.08. Mishra nd 22 National Convention of Mining Prof. Jawed Prof. B. Sen National Seminar on Innovation & Creativity for Business Excellence 30-31 March 2011 Ranchi May 11-12.14. Dheeraj Kumar Geospatial world Forum 2011 Prof. Director-General. Prasad Memorial Lecture organized by the Department on 13.30. 2011 New Delhi ISM Dhanbad 170 . B. 2010 Bhubaneswar January 17-21.N. 2010 February 5.

9. Description of Testing Services 1. P. R. M. S. 3. Assessment of combined Explosibility by Coward’s diagram and Ellicott Extension of Coward’s diagram. Ignition Point Temperature and Moisture content of one coal sample. Calibration of LMD at four standard gas concentrations. 13-15 Dec. Determination of Thermal Conductivity of coal. 5 dated 27.14. Singh Prof. 2010 Barbil ISM. Jawed visited Penang. M. Calibration of anemometer by low speed wind-tunnel. 2010. S. V.related legal and environmental issues' at International Conference on Environment. N2 and other components). H2. R. Paul Prof. Malaysia to present a paper on 'Scope for the use of coal ash in the Indian coal mining industry . 5. 2010 November 19-20. Dhanbad 5. O2. 2010 September 23-24. ‘Execution of measures for dust control’ as per Regulation 123 A (1A)(a)(i) & (ii) of Coal Mine Regulations. No. coal major rocks and other mineral samples. U. Evaluation of performance and behaviour of self contained chemical self rescuers (SCSR) as per EN (European Norms) 401 and IS 15803:2008. 10. 2. Calibration of Methanometer at four standard gas concentrations. Calibration of Oxymeter at four standard concentrations. Murthy Prof. CH4. CO2. Testing of different parameters of quick setting cement capsules as per DGMS Circular No. Calibration of Multigas detector at sixteen different standard concentrations. 7. S.12. . Murthy Workshop on Sustainable MiningBeyond Compliance National Seminar on Drills and DrillingAn Update National Seminar on Geological and Technological facets of CBM. Determination of Crossing Point Temperature. Calculation of different gas ratios. 8. V.11 VISIT OF FACULTY MEMBERS ABROAD Prof. 11. Mine Ventilation Laboratory S. 4.Dr.2010. M. C2H4. 1957. 171 5. 6.14. Energy resources and CO2 sequestration December 3 -4. 12. C2H6. Chromatographic analysis of Mine Air Sample and sample collected from sealed off fire areas (For all component gases such as CO.12 TESTING SERVICES a. Shale gas. K. Calibration of Toximeter at four standard gas concentrations. Dhanbad ISM.

Anchorage/grouted strength and Cube compressive strength of cement/resin capsules used for rock bolting. eccentric load test) of Hydraulic leg used for powered roof supports as per DGMS guidelines.yield characteristics of timber prop. weatherability of rock samples. 3. overload. Soil Properties Direct/Residual shear strength determination of soil. (This is a new facility that has been developed in the Rock Mechanics Laboratory).b. Other Supports • • 4. Rock Excavation • • • • • • Compressional wave (p-wave) & Shear wave (s-wave) of the rock samples and the dynamic elastic constants. Rock Properties • • • • • • • • • Physico-mechanical properties of coal. Crushing strength determination of building materials. Mine Support Hydraulic Support: Cyclic and non-cyclic test (Axial load. Consistency test & Atterberg's limits tests of soil samples. hydraulic jacks & probing rings. coal measure rocks and hard rocks. 2. hydraulic prop. Cerchar Hardness Index for rocks (helps in selecting cutting tools. friction prop etc. Rock Mechanics 1. hardness. Strength indices determination of rock & coal samples. mechanical excavation systems) Cerchar Abrasivity Index for rocks (helps in predicting tool consumption in machine cutting) Brittleness Index Sievers J Value Drilling Rate Index 172 . Load . Calibration of load cells. c. Abrasivity. Direct/Residual shear strength determination of rock.

Australia delivered lectures on different Modules of Blast Design 31. Visited on 31. Chief of Cooperation Visited on 02.14. Directorate General of Mines Safety.2010 23. L. 19 Aug.10 to see the facilities of the department and scope for future cooperation. Simblasts.08. Prasad Memorial lecture on 'Challenges of Safety Management in Indian Mines in the present perspective' Prof.14 SPECIAL LECTURES BY DISTINGUISHED GUESTS Prof. department and scope for future cooperation. Italy delivered lecture on 'Rock Excavation TechnologiesSome case studies' Dr. J. Viswanadham. Mine Mechanical Engg. Merilena Cardu. Pandey.C.11 to see the facilities of the Prof.01. Sibal. & Head.11. SANDVIK Mining & Construction. Italy delivered series of lectures on 'Controlled Blasting and Dimensional Stone Cutting' Mr. Jim Flatt. SANDVIK Mining & Construction. Viswanadham. Mine Mechanical Engg. Queensland University. GOI Shri R. Daneshmend. Alessandro Giraudi.11.11. Shri P. Scientist.08. K. Vicker hardness for rocks (helps in determining micro-hardness of minerals for selecting dimension stone cutting systems etc. Chanrav Burenbayar. Assoc. Professor. Shri S. L.2010 13.2010 to see the facilities of the department and scope for future cooperation. delivered 8th D. Daneshmend. Houston. USA Visited on 26. K. Politechnico di Torino.• • Fracture toughness of rock samples. USA. Queensland University. J.01. South Australia Purpose Visited on 08.10.14.13 DISTINGUISHED VISITORS TO THE SCHOOL Visitor Dr. 5. delivered a special lecture on 'Global Trends in Research in Mining'. Secretary & A. K. Canada department and scope for possible academic and research collaboration Mr. Ministry of Labor & Employment.) 5. K. Prof.2010 12. Houston.11. C. Mike Higgins. K.10 to see the facilities of the department and scope for future cooperation. & Head. Mongolyn ALT Corps. 17.10 to see the facilities of the Division. Prof. Senior Scientist. University of Adelaide. Chaturvedi.2011 23. Director-General. Canada delivered a special lecture on 'Modern Advancement in Drilling' Shri R.N. Politechnico di Torino. Senior Scientist. 2010 September 2010 173 . Joint Secretary. Visited on 23.

U. Petrotech Chapter of ISM and by Petroleum Engineering Society 174 . in Petroleum Engineering. eco-friendly drilling fluids. to organise special lectures form field experts. The current student strength of the department includes 441 undergraduate. one 5years Dual Degree B. Two faculty members were awarded the merit certificates for their technical papers. It has collaborated in the past with universities like Kansas University. Departments as well as Oil industries both in India and abroad. in Petroleum Engineering and M. in Petroleum Management and one 2-years M. Imperial College of Science and Technology. The faculty members of Petroleum Engineering Department have published 10 technical papers in international journals and have presented 10 research papers in international conferences and 8 research papers in national conferences.953 lakhs sponsored by UGC. In addition to these the department also has research based full time and part time doctoral degree programs.5. There are 11 ongoing R&D projects in the department worth Rs 179. for various research work. 3 Associate Professors and 4 Assistant Professors). The department has 11 regular faculty members (4 Professors. The faculty members of the department have conducted 15 interdepartmental consultancy programs and 3 specialized training programs for industry. was established in the year 1957. formation damage. USA. The department welcomed 19 distinguished visitors in different activities like delivering special lectures organised by SPE Chapter of ISM. and has developed rapport with institutes and universities in India and abroad. The department has very active interaction with hydrocarbon industry and academic institutions. HerriotWatt University. Tech. which is only one of its kind in the country. coal bed methane and gas hydrates. Tech. to carry out industry based technical projects for UG/PG students and for faculty training programs. hydraulic fracture. Tech. The ex-students of the department have occupied top positions in the Govt. Tech.K. The Department currently offers one 4-years B.15 PETROLEUM ENGINEERING The Department of Petroleum Engineering. London. enhanced oil recovery. The faculty members of the department have represented various committee of different institute of the country like board of courses and selection committee. CSIR and Ministry of Coal GOI in the area of reservoir engineering. application of polymer. in Petroleum Engineering. Hungary. University of Miskole. The Petrotech chapter of ISM was felicitated with The best Chapter Award and The Runner up shield was awarded to the students of Petroleum Engineering Department in inter chapter paper presentation of the country. 30 post-graduate and 9 full time research students. Students and faculty members of the Departments have actively participated in various events organised by the industry and academic institutions. The Department of Petroleum Engineering has developed CIIP tie-up program with Cairn Energy Ltd. The SPE chapter of ISM received 'Gold Status' by the International body SPE.

B.Tech.Tech. Andheri East.Tech.1 FIELD VISITS/EXCURSION/TRAINING PROGRAMMES UNDERTAKEN BY STUDENTS Particulars Batch of students Place of visit Period of visit 17.5.2010 17.Tech.06.06.Tech.2010 04. B. B.2010 04.05.05.2010 17.Tech. PE VI Sem.Tech.Tech. PE Regional Training Institute.Tech.2010 17.Tech.06.2010 17.06.Tech.2010 04.2010 04.Tech.2010 04.2010 17. B.06.2010 17.06.05. Baker & Huges.J.2010 17. B.Tech. B. PE ONGC Hazira Gas Processing Plant Field Work Field Work Field Work Field Work VI Sem. PE B.2010 04. B. PE Summer Training VI Sem.05. PE Summer Training VI Sem. PE Summer Training VI Sem.05.05. Services.05. PE Summer Training VI Sem.2010 04.2010 04.2010 17. B.Tech. PE Summer Training VI Sem.2010 17. Duliajan Gujrat State Petroleum Corporation Ltd. Mumbai Cairn Energy Reliance India Ltd Weatherford Shell Technology.06.05.06.2010 04.05.2010 17.2010 04.05.06.Tech.06. PE Summer Training VI Sem. India Imperial College London Halliburotn ONGC .06.2010 Summer Training IV Sem. PE Summer Training VI Sem.06.06.2010 17.05.06.2010 04. B. PE Summer Training VI Sem.06.Tech. B. PE ONGC Mehsana Asset ONGC Ahmedabad Asset ONGC Ankleshwar Asset ONGC Hazira Gas Processing Plant Summer Training VI Sem.2010 17.2010 17.05. Panvel Well Stimulation Services ONGC Chand Kheda Ahmedabad IRS Ahmedabad IOGPT Panvel Navi Mumbai 175 .06. B. B. B.2010 17.2010 04.2010 04.05.2010 04.05. PE ONGC Uran Processing Plant Summer Training VI Sem.Ankleshwar & Summer Training VI Sem.06.2010 04.2010 17. PE Summer Training VI Sem. PE VI Sem. B. B.05.Tech.05.2010 04. Mumbai Oil India Ltd. Andheri East.2010 04. B.2010 17. B.05. PE VI Sem.15.

. 20.Tech. B.e.12.B. 24. M. of Material Sci.2 BEST PRACTICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PETROLEUM ENGINEERING Department of Petroleum Engineering has local chapters of Petroleum Engineering Professional Societies for students i.Tech. Cairn India Industry Interaction Program (CIIP): The Department has developed CIIP tie-up program with Cairn Energy Ltd.Tech.12.2010 20.Tech.12. Anveshan Bhavan. M.2010 Excursion/ Field Visits Excursion/ Field Visits VIII Sem. PE Winter Training Winter Training Excursion/ Field Visits VI Sem. IIT Kharagpur. . and Petroleum Engineering Society. guest lectures.12.12.2010 IOC Regional Lab. 4.201016. PE 5.2010 13.12. IIT Kharagpur.12. Shell. quiz & poster competitions to update the latest know-how of the Industry. British Gas and Hardy Oil addressed the audience and explained the nuances of obtaining an internship.. and Dual Degree courses were selected to carry out industry based projects. PE VI Sem. Tel Bhavan Dehradun. PE II Sem.2010Tel Bhavan Museum & IIP Dehradun 16. doing an 176 th 2.2010 31.2010 31.12.2010 IDT Dehradun. All UG & PG students are active members of these Societies and organize a number of events like paper contest. 3.Tech. PE ONGC Mehsana Asset ONGC Ahmedabad Asset ONGC Ankleshwar Asset ONGC Hazira Gas Processing Plant ONGC Uran Processing Plant 13. Video Conference: Video conferencing was organised with Shri Bhojraj Chaoushuri of Geo Global Resources under ATS lecture series during 12th th 16 April 2010.2010 Deptt of Ocean Eng.12. Faculty Development Program: Under CIIP two faculty members Shri Ravindra Nath Mude and Shri Vinay Kumar Rajak attended one-week duration program organised by the Cairn Energy at Barmer. Interns from Schlumberger.Tech. B.15. INTERN TALK (6 August 2010): The objective of the event was to acquaint the students of the need for internships and the interns' experiences. KDMIPE Dehradun & IIP Dehradun 13. GEOPIC. Under this program 12 prefinal year students of B. PE II Sem.12. SPE.Winter Training IV Sem. Kolkata IOC Terminal Maurigram KDMIPE. Cairn.Tech.2010Deptt. PETROTECH.12. 13. B. The events organized in the year 2010-11 include: 1.2010IDT Dehradun 24.12..

177 . It was sponsored by IMS. THE WAY AHEAD (11th September 2010): This was an unique initiative by Petrotech ISM Student Chapter to familiarize students about the oil and gas industry and career path. Geology and Computer Science and Engineering. Environmental Engineering. PETRO PHONETICA (7 September 2010): The event was an oral presentation on the 'Oil Spills and Other Petroleum Hazards'.effective internship and why they felt they were able to get those internship opportunities in the first place. 5. Geophysics. The participants were shortlisted from Petroleum Engineering. th 6.

SAP Prof. S. S. K. P. Laik ` 15.96 lakhs. Keka Ojha ` 9. Laik Prof. Vikas Mahto ` 8. Simulation of ASP flooding data using a commercial simulator Ongoing Measurement of the rheological properties and simulation of these properties of the gel Ongoing Significant increase in the flow behaviour of waxy crude oils using organic polymers in ppm level. Vikas Mahto PI Prof. To study Water-shut off and EOR Efficient Extraction of Hydrocarbon Resources The objectives were achieved in the first phase.86 lakhs 1st July 2007 Generation of sufficient ASP flooding data Ongoing to find the optimal values of design variables for EOR Mathematical models predict the improved recovery of oil by ASP flooding. Pathak Dr.50 lakhs + ` 5.15.76 Lakhs Sponsoring Coordinator(s) Agency Objective Findings To study the nucleation of Gas Hydrates.5.00 Lakhs UGC UGC To create first grade infrastructure and upgrade the departmental teaching and research activities ` 40. Ajay Mandal Dr. The results are being extended with new chemicals and improvised equipments.3 BRIEF LIST OF ON-GOING R & D PROJECTS Project Value Date of Commencement/ Ddate of Completion Project Title Status DRS 1st phase completed DRS 2nd phase Ongoing Ongoing Ongoing UGC . S. Keka Ojha Dr.00 Lakhs To create first grade infrastructure of the department Promoting Culture of Research CSIR Dr. Keka Ojha. 178 UGC 2007-2010 CSIR 2007-2010 Ministry of Coal. modeling and simulation of polymer gel system for profile modification in petroleum reservoir rock. Ajay Mandal Dr.315 lakhs Optimization of AlkalineSurfactant-Polymer (ASP) Flooding for Enhanced Oil Recovery CSIR Dr. V.P. Experimental studies. ` 12. GOI Dr.89 Lakhs ` 5. To increase the oil recovery by modifying Ongoing permeability of high permeability channel so that water may not bypass through it during water flooding Few polymer gel systems were develop and they were found suitable for profile modification of Petroleum Reservoir Rock at 80oC-100oC 2010-2012 To study the characteristics of CBM adsorption in Coal Cleats and to enhance the production of CBM Development and Optimization of Coal Bed Methane Recovery Process by CO2 Sequestration UGC Ongoing Gases and coal samples from various CBM and coal fields are being analyzed. Ajay Mandal Dr. CI Dr. V. S Vishwanatham Prof. Studies on control of scale depositions in Indian Oil wells 2009 -2012 Ongoing . Sharma ` 39.30 Lakhs Synthesis of surfactant based hydro-fracturing gel Synthesis of a new surfactant based gel for hydrofracturing To improve the flow behaviour of waxy crude oils to minimize operating cost during its production and transportation Study the variation in rheological properties of Indian waxy crude oils using organic polymers. T Kumar ` 22. A. 8 Lakhs ` 5. Installation in progress Installation in progress Creating First Grade Infrastructure Prof. Sharma. Laik Prof. PI Prof.

T. Kumar Dr. Ajay Mandal Prof. Keka Ojha Ongoing In progress UGC .K. Prof.568 lakhs 2010-2013 Carbon dioxide sequestration using microalgae in a photo bioreactor.ISM Dr. Culture of Micro algea is in progress 179 . Ongoing 2010-2013 Started.00 lakhs ` 4.Studies on improved recovery of oil by surfactant induced wettability alteration and interfacial tension (IFT) reduction UGC Dr. Chandan Guria. To find out Micro algae for Carbon dioxide sequestration ` 10.Pathak. A.

Synthesis and characterization of a clean hydrofracturing fluid. 25 (4). 2010. 12756-12761. T. 2011. Bajpai. Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering. Water solubilization capacity and conductance behaviors of anionic and cationic microemulsion systems. 253-264.15. Singh. and Mandal. A. A. A. 5. KG.777. 7. Samanta. 2011. and Ojha. Mandal. P. A. Mandal. Gas-Liquid Flow in an Ejector Induced Downflow Bubble Column. Ojha. 1750 . J. Samanta. JCDNM. salts and surfactant on rheological behaviour of partially hydrolyzed polyacrylamide solutions. Chem. Catalytic cracking of N-Heptane over zeolites. .4. Eng. A. Interactions between acidic crude oil and alkali and their effects on enhanced oil recovery. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. J. Petroleum Science and Technology. 55. 9. Bera.. 2. Chem.. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. A. Utilization of Fly ash as catalyst for Cracking and Alkylation. Characterization of gas-liquid parameters in a down-flow jet loop bubble column. 4.. Data. 180 2. and Mandal. A.2 Papers published in International journals 1. KG. K. A. 28(17).. K. je200-291v. K.15. Ind.15. 3 (1). 2010. Res.. 2010. K. Mandal. J. 2011. 114-119. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. Energy Fuels.. K. Mandal. A. 6. 2010. K. 1642-1649. Ojha. Bera. and Kumar. Ojha.1 Books Published 1. Bera. Eng. K. A. 5. Samanta.5. 2011. Ojha. A. Ojha. A. A.. Samanta.. and Kumar.. Petroleum Science and Technology. 1-20. Data.. Mandal.1760. A. 3.4 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 5. 49 (24). K. Characteristics of oilwater emulsion and its use in enhanced oil recovery. Chem. Volume 383. 2010. 2011. 4315-4322. and Ojha. T. Ojha. A. 2010. and Mandal. Mandal. P. A. The characterization of natural surfactant and polymer and their use in enhanced recovery of oil. 8..4. 27 (2). Effects of alkali. Eng. K. 765 .. 29. Ojha.

Singh. and Singh. T. 6. 8. and Maurya. Ojha. India. Paper No.. GERMI. S. U. A. India Singh. APA International Conference on 'Polymer Science and Engineering: Emerging Dimensions' November 2627. and Sharma. APA International Conference on 181 2.. 20100379. K. D. Ojha. A. K. Yadav. and Gurumurthy.. Kyoto. Samanta. K.K. V. and Kumar. K.P..3 Papers presented in International Seminars/Conferences.10. 'Studies on polymeric depressants on the rheology of Indian waxy crude oils'.. presented in 12th International Conference of International Academy of Physical Sciences (CONIAPS XII). 'Study the effect of polymers on the rheological properties and filtration properties of water based drilling fluids'.T.. International Conference on Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (ICCCE 2010).. Mandal. A. K. Japan. Sharma. Bera. 'Estimation of Methane Emission Factors for Indian Oil and Gas Sectors'. November 18-20. 2011. K. B. Dec. Chennai. A. 'Assessment of coal from Singareni-coalfield as a prospective source of CBM'.. 2010 Mahto. 5. A.P.T. 2011. K. 2010 Mahto. Mahto. 2010. V.I. Petrotech 2010. 22-24. A.. 5. A. A. Pathak. 1. 4. 2010. and Environmental Effects (in press). and Singh. I. H.. 2010. University Institute of Chemical Engineering and Technology. . Utilization. and Ojha. Pathak. 'Kinetic study of wax deposition in the flow lines due to Indian Crude Oil'. A. K. February 21-22. 3. Jaipur... A.. Karmakar. Pathak. K. V. India. India. 'Role of oil-water emulsion in enhanced oil recovery'. and Kumar. 'Studies on Resin based gel system to control excessive water production in the oilfields'. I. Gujarat. T. A. November 18-20. A.15. Mandal. First International Conference on Drilling Technology. First International Conference on Drilling Technology.K. Energy Sources.K. Pathak. Studies on Estimation & prospective recovery of coal bed methane from Ranigunj Coalfield. 'Interfacial Tension and Phase Behavior of Surfactant-Brine-Oil System'. Verma. H. presented in international conference on 'Unconventional Sources of Fossil Fuels and Carbon Management'.I..4. A.. Bera. V. Mandal. A.. B. Ojha. V. 7. Chandigarh. August 1-3. Karmakar. and Mahto. A. Chennai. Part A: Recovery. Mandal. Ojha.

Ojha. V. September 23-24. V. APA International Conference on 'Polymer Science and Engineering: Emerging Dimensions'.K. V.K. Kashyap. November 26-27. Conf. Int.. 2010. Chennai. Singh.K.'Polymer Science and Engineering: Emerging Dimensions'. V. Guria. 141-152. P.P. November 19-20. Chandigarh.. A. Indian School of Mines Dhanbad. 'Evaluation of Fugitive Methane Emission factor for Oil and Gas in India'.K. on 'Advances in Drilling Technology'. Shrikant. P. Mahto. 'Simulation of Polymer Gel Systems for profile modification jobs in the oilfields'. Jadavpur University. Pathak. Shale Gas. Indian School of Mines Dhanbad.K.. A. A. and Sharma. 4. Kashyap. Kolkata. 'Study the combined effect of partially hydrolyzed polyacrylamide and tragacanth gum on the properties of water based drilling fluids'. National Seminar on 'Drills and DrillingAn Update'. and Pathak. India 9. and Pathak. 19 February 2011. National Seminar on 'Drills and DrillingAn Update'. 'Study the effect of carbon nano particle on the water based drilling fluid systems'. A. 2010. B. National Seminar on 'Drills and DrillingAn Update'.P. P. September 23-24. IIT Madras.K. November 26-27. 10.15. Mahto. Proc. 2. National Symposium on th 'Oil and Natural Gas'.4 Papers presented in National Seminars/Conferences 1. Mahto. 'Emerging Developments on Polycrystalline Diamond Compact Bits for Hard and Highly heterogeneous reservoir'. V..K. S. 5. and Sharma. 'Treated fly ash: a drilling fluid'. Yadav. 6. Yadav. K. Kashyap. U. C.4. and Kumar. Mahto. CSECS 2010. University Institute of Chemical Engineering and Technology. Chandigarh. A. C. pp. 2010. 5. 2010. K. 3.V. 'A New Method of Estimating Shear Rates for Drilling Fluids Using Fann VG Meter'. 2010. U. pp 269-276 Pathak.. September 23-24. 'Enhanced Oil Recovery Techniques'. and Krishna.K. 2010. India Guria. T.S. and Agarwal. A. National Conference cum Workshop on Geological and Technological Facets of CBM.. 2010. Indian School of Mines Dhanbad. 182 . A. P. Mandal. Indian School of Mines Dhanbad. University Institute of Chemical Engineering and Technology..

Karmakar. ISM Dhanbad. 4. V. 2011.5 MAJOR ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTIONS 1. S. 'CO2 capture and storage into subsurface for mitigation of global warming and improved recovery of coal bed methane'. and Pathak. Karmakar. Prof. National Seminar on 'Drills and DrillingAn Update'.Sharma delivered special lectures in off-campus training program on 'Offshore Oil Well Drilling' for Officers of Oil India at Duliajan. Patiala. and Officers of DGMS at DGMS Dhanbad. A. K.Tech.Laik delivered special lectures in off-campus training program on 'Offshore Oil Well Drilling' for Officers of Oil India at Duliajan. . 6. 5.Energy Resources and CO2 Sequestration. Prof. Prof. 7.15. Advances in Chemical Engineering. Prof. Prof.Pathak delivered special lectures in off-campus training program on 'Offshore Oil Well Drilling' for Officers of DGMS at DGMS Dhanbad.P. Ojha. and Officers of DGMS at DGMS Dhanbad.K.. Prof. Reservoir Engineering & Geoscience at School of Technology PDPU Gandhinagar. 8. 2010. 3. S.K.P. T.Pathak attended Board of Studies meeting for Petroleum Technology. 'Prospect of CBM as Clean Energy Source of India and Difficulties Involved in Methane Production'. Indian School of Mines Dhanbad. Deptt of Applied Geology. 7.K. V. Thapar University. Pathak. Prof. Rae Bareilly. B. CIL. A.Pathak delivered special lecture on 'Drilling Technology' for the B. Prof. A. February 27-28. 19-20 November 2010.Laik delivered special lectures in off-campus training program on 'Offshore Oil & Gas Production' for Officers of DGMS at DGMS Dhanbad. K. A. K.Sharma delivered special lectures in off-campus training program on 'Offshore Oil & Gas Production' for Officers of DGMS at DGMS Dhanbad. Kumar delivered special lecture to a large number of training courses to executives and graduate trainees from various industries like ONGC. 5.K. and Ojha. Reservoir & Production Engineering students of Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology. 8.. SAIL and many others. September 23-24. A. B. 183 2.

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Prof. A.K.Pathak was appointed Paper Setter & Examiner for the subject 'Drilling Technology' for the B.Tech. Reservoir & Production Engineering students of Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology, Rae Bareilly. Prof. A.K.Pathak was appointed as member of Board of faculty planning & Development at Pandit Din Dayal Institute of Petroleum Technology, Gandhinagar, Gujrat.

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5.15.6 SEMINARS, SYMPOSIA, WORKSHOPS, CONFERENCES ORGANIZED BY THE DEPT./CENTRE The Department of Petroleum Engineering has local chapters of Petroleum Engineering Professional Societies for students i.e. SPE, PETROTECH, and Petroleum Engineering Society. All UG & PG students are active members of these Societies and organize a number of events like paper contest, guest lectures, quiz & poster competitions to update the students with latest know-how of the Industry. A few examples of the events organized in the year 2010-11 are: Title
Students Interactive Session with ISM Alumni Speker: Dr. Archana Chaurasia 1995 alumnus Visit to the Commonwealth Train Intern talk session: Interns from Schlumberger, Shell, Cairn, British Gas and Hardy Oil Guest lecture on 'Enhanced Oil Recovery through ASP flooding' Speaker: Prof. Prabir Daripa, Department of Applied Mathematics, Texas A&M University Cataclysm and Capshot Poster making (Competitions). Organizers: SPE in association with Shell THE WAY AHEAD: Organiser: ISM Students Chapter of Petrotech PETRO PHONETICA Presentation Competition. Topic: “Oil Spills and Other Petroleum Hazards”. Brainstorm 2.0 (Competitions) Organizer: SPE Chapter of ISM Petro Prelude (Guidance Program). A 2 hour documentary of Al Gore regarding ruthless climate changes Debate (Competitions) Organizer: SPE Bangalore Section.

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12th April 2010 3rd August 2010 6th Aug. 2010 and nd 22 Aug. 2010 10th August 2010

15th Aug. 2010 4th and 11th September 2010 7th September 2010 29th Aug. 2010 26th Sep. 2010 27th Sep. 2010

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Informal talk (Students' Guidance Program). Speaker: Mr. Ram Agrawal, Managing Director, Petrotel & Mr. B K Sinha, President, P.R.C.S both from the batch of 1961 shared their experience of their life as a Petroleum Engineer. WORKSHOP ON ENERGY CONSERVATION BY PCRA Speaker: Mr.S.K Sinha is Joint Director (BH-JH), Petroleum Conservation & Research Association (PCRA). Petro Quiz (Competitions). Organizer: SHELL

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5.15.7 PARTICIPATION OF FACULTY/OFFICERS/STAFF IN SEMINARS/ CONFERENCES Name of the Faculty
Prof. S. K. Patra

Conference/Seminar
Seminar on Advances in Petroleum Exploration, organised by Petrotech Society Seminar on Advances in Petroleum Exploration, organised by Petrotech Society National Seminar on Drills and Drilling -An Update National Seminar on Drills and Drilling -An Update First International Conference on Drilling Technology APA International Conference on Polymer Science and Engineering: Emerging Dimensions National Symposium on 'Oil and Natural Gas' International Conference on Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (ICCCE 2010) SPE Middle East Unconventional Gas Conference and Exhibition 3 Annual Petrotech Convention
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September 6 -10, 2010 September 6 -10, 2010 September 23-24, 2010 September 23-24, 2010 November 18-20, 2011. November 26-27, 2010

Venue
KDMIPE Dehradun, KDMIPE Dehradun, ISM Dhanbad ISM Dhanbad I.I.T. Chennai
University Institute of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Chandigarh, India

Dr. A. K. Pathak

Dr. A. K. Pathak Dr. Vikas Mahto Dr. Vikas Mahto Dr. Vikas Mahto

Dr. Ajay Mandal

Dr. Ajay Mandal Dr. Ajay Mandal Dr. Keka Ojha

19th February Jadavpur University, 2011 Kolkata August 1-3, Kyoto, Japan 2010.
st 31 Jan. 2011 Muscat, nd 2 Feb. 2011 OMAN

March 15, 2011

MIT, Pune

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Dr. Chandan Guria Dr. Chandan Guria Dr. Chandan Guria Dr. T. K. Naiya

National Seminar on Drills and Drilling -An Update Advances in Drilling Technology Recent Advances in Geosciences

September 23-24, 2010 November 18-21, 2010 January 11-12, 2011 24 25 Sept. 2010 May 25-28, 2010 November 11-13, 2010
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ISM Dhanbad IIT Madras, Chennai ISM Dhanbad RVR and JC College of Engg., AP. IMA, Haldia, West Bengal PDPU, Ahmedabad

S-Chemcon 2010 Industry Academia Programme on Refining and Petrochemicals Workshop on Upstream Petroleum Technology

Dr. T. K. Naiya Dr. T. K. Naiya

5.15.8 VISITS OF FACULTY MEMBERS ABROAD 1. Dr. Ajay Mandal visited Muskat Oman to attend SPE Middle East Unconventional Gas Conference and Exhibition during Dr. Ajay Mandal visited Kyoto, Japan to attend International Conference on Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (ICCCE 2010) during August 1-3, 2010.

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5.15.9 TESTING SERVICES (LAB FACILITIES AVAILABLE FOR TESTING IN THE DEPARTMENT)  Petroleum Production and Product Testing Lab: Red Wood Viscosity, Saybolt Viscosity, Carbon Residue, Ash Content, Gross Calorific Value, Demulsification Number, Acid Content, Water Content, Copper Strip Corrosion, Fire Point, Flash Point, Cloud Point, Octane Number, Cetane Number, Smoke Point, Refractive Index. Drilling Fluid and Cement Lab: Plastic Viscosity, Gel Strength, Filtration Loss, Sand Content, Marsh Funnel Viscosity, Setting Time of Cement, Rheological Properties of Cement Slurry, Consistency Index of Cement Slurry. Reservoir Engineering Lab: Porosity, Gas Permeability, Liquid Permeability, Resistivity of Cores. LCA Lab: Permeability of Long Core samples and EOR studies using chemicals as displacing fluid. 186

Gas Hydrate Lab: Gas Hydrate reactor with photographic attachment for constant visualization, Physica MC1 rheometer for rheological analysis of various fluid with shear and temperature control systems. EOR Lab: Core flooding systems, Brookfield rheometer for rheological analysis, pH meter, Conductivity meter, Interfacial surface tension measuring instruments.

5.15.10 DISTINGUISHED VISITORS TO THE SCHOOL

Guest
Dr. M.S. Gulati, Geothermal Energy projects in Union Oil Company (Uniocal), USA Dr. Ram Agarwal, MD, Petrotel, USA Shri B. K. Sinha, President, PRCS Dr. Mihir K Sinha, Cairn Energy India Ltd. Shri B. Mathur, CEO, Adani Welspun Mr. P. K. Johari, CEO, OPAL

Purpose
Lecture organized by PETROTECH Society, ISM Chapter Interaction with PE students Interaction with PE students Interaction with PE students Guest lecture

Prof. P. Daripa, Texas A & M University, USA Guest lecture

Guest Lecture & interaction with PE students Mr. Sumit Bhat, Senior Technical Professional, ALP lecture for SPE students Chapter, ISM on 12th of April 2010 Halliburton Guest of Honor, Sub-regional Students' paper Mr. Siddharth Sur , GM (Heavy Oil) meet, SPE O.N.G.C. I.R.S. Guest of Honour of Sub-regional Students' Mr. Shyamal Bhattacharya (GM Reservoir) paper meet, SPE O.N.G.C. Mumbai Dr. Indrajeet Dutta, H.O.D. (Logging) D.G.H. Mr. Andre de Kuiper, Discipline Manager (Petrophysics) S.T.I- Shell Technology India Mr. Prasanna Kumar Tellapani, Manager Shlumberger Mr. A.K.Singh , Head (CBM), CIMFR-Central Institute of Mining & Fuel Research Manish Chaudhry, Senior Reservoir Engineer S.T.I.- Shell Technology India Dr. Ramashis Rai, GGM, Head IOGPT, ONGC, Panvel, Mumbai Judge, Sub-regional Students' paper meet, SPE Chief Guest, Sub-regional Students' paper meet, SPE Judge, Sub-regional Students' paper meet, SPE Judge, Sub-regional Students' paper meet, SPE Judge, Sub-regional Students' paper meet, SPE Guest lecture on Artificial Lift

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5.15.11 SPECIAL LECTURES BY DISTINGUISHED GUESTS

Speaker
Prof. P. Daripa, Texas A & M University, USA Dr. Ramashis Rai, GGM, Head IOGPT, ONGC, Panvel, Mumbai, Mr. Sumit Bhat, Senior Technical Professional, Halliburton, India

Topic
Enhanced oil recovery through ASP flooding

Date
10th August 2010

Artificial Lift design and completion

Hydro-Fracturing for stimulation and enhanced production jobs

12th of April 2010

5.15.12 MISCELLANEOUS Prof. T. Kumar   Member, Academic Council, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. Technical Editor, SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering Journal, USA.

Dr. A. K. Pathak        Member Editorial Board of JISM Dhanbad. Member of Society of Petroleum Engineers. Member of ISTE. Member of Society of Surface Science and Technology. Member of N.A.Sc. Allahabad. Reviewer of International Scientific Journals. Conducted one year duration consultancy program as Consultant in-charge on “Determination of country specific methane emission factor for oil & gas sector” for CIMFR Dhanbad.

Dr. Ajay Mandal   Faculty Sponsor of SPE-ISMU Students Chapter. Member in the Editorial board of International Journal of Petroleum Engineering (IJPE).

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Reviewer of following International Journals: o o o o o o o Chemical Engineering Data Energy & Fuel Asia Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering Journal of Advances in Sustainable Petroleum Engineering and Science International Journal of Materials and Product Technology Journal of Hazardous Materials Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science

Dr. Keka Ojha  Reviewer o o o Dr. Vikas Mahto      Associate Editor of International Journal of Chemical Research Associate Editor of Environmental System: Theory & Applications, Canada. Member, Editorial board of International Journal of Petroleum Engineering, Inder Science. Member, Editorial Board of Scientific Journals Internationals. Reviewer of o o o o o o o International Journal of Petroleum Engineering Chemical Engineering Journal African Journal of Microbiological Research Scientific Journals Internationals (Chemical and Bioengineering) Reviewer of Petroleum Science and Technology Reviewer of Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering Reviewer of Applied Clay Science 189 Journal of Petroleum Science and Technology Separation & Purification Technology, Elsevier Advances in Sustainable Petroleum Engineering and Science

Arjun Sekhar Exhibition. Navneet & Gas India Singh.Students' Achievement  Abhinandan Kohli. USA. Selected for Poster Gas Conference & Presentation Mr. Mr. Dehradun. Nominated as student delegates Conference & Exhibition Mr. Tech. 22 Asian Sub Regional Students' paper meet Mr. VI B. 2010 October 18-20. Brisbane. Ankit Agarwal. 22 Carbon trading and methane emission mitigation in the oil and gas industry Permeability prediction using SPM image analysis Mr. Tech. Ankit Agarwal. Scope & Status Oct. at UPES. students won second prize in PETROTECH Chapter Competition. Yatin Suri June 27-30. 11 Additives for improving thermal stability of a partially hydrolyzed polyacrylamide (PHPA) used in IOR/EOR application and Chemical EOR in India: Studies.a. Mumbai. Students' Participation in International & National Conference/Seminars:   Date Title/Topic Meeting Type BIT's 1st Annual World Congress of Well Stimulation & Enhanced Oil Recovery (WSEOR-2010) Name Comments Apr. Animesh Kumar Selected for Paper Energy Resources Presentation Conference during the International Conference SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Mr. Abhinandan to attend the Oil 2010. Ankit Agarwal Won the SPE Indian Sub Regional paper meet Won the SPE Indian Sub Regional paper meet Asian Sub Regional Students' paper meet Oct. March 2010. during the Australia International conference in the student section SPE Oil & Gas India Mr. PE won STAR Scholarship of US$ 5000 p. India Kohli. 22 Evaluation of fly ash as an additive in water based drilling fluid Oct. Asian Sub Regional Students' paper meet Mr. Arjun Conference & Sekhar Exhibition 190 . A team of B. Mr. from Asia Sub-region by SPE. Aditya Agarwal Won the SPE Indian Sub Regional paper meet Mr. 2010 Prospects of Foam Stimulation in Oil and Gas Wells of India Determination of Water Influx in Coal-Bed Methane (CBM) Reservoirs January Participants 20-22 SPE Trinidad and Tobago Mr. Puneet Sharma Nominated as Speaker for Paper Presentation during the International conference.

Two students sponsored by SPE To receive SPE Outstanding Chapter Award 20.22 Sept. Keka Ojha chapter and second best presentation.March Participants in oral 15. 2011 presentation completion 3rd Annual Convention of Petrotech Society Team of 10 students Awarded best with Dr. 2010 ATCE Annual technical Conference and Exhibition Conference & Exhibition 191 .

underground mining its problems. problems of corrosion. TISCO. vibration and blast design. IISCO. 606.6. are prepared and assistance in problems of manpower development and training are rendered. Problems of system optimization industrial engineering and operations research information system design etc.0 INSTITUTE-INDUSTRY INTERACTION The Institute has a very good institute-industry interaction by way of providing its Consultancy and Testing Services in solving major problems faced by the industry. mine fires.1 Consultancy Services The institute offers its consultancy services to industries practically in all subject areas of geological and geophysical prospecting engineering geology. ONGC. The value of Consultancy projects undertaken during the year amounted to Rs. mine surveying. 6. MCL. design of mine supports. petroleum engineering. mineral beneficiation studies. surface mining and its problems. mine ventilation and mine environment engineering. coke and mineral beneficiation plants etc. and Monnet Ispat. SECL. Jharkhand Govt. SCCL. NCL. UCIL. ISM has oriented its research activities mainly towards solving major problems faced by the industries. IEL. blasting. ECL. WCL. The major clients for whom the consultancy projects were carried out include CCL. NTPC.. Detailed Project Reports for mines. related to pollution are carried out and computer models for various operations developed. MEKON International. The Executive Development Centre of ISM is the nodal point for such interaction. detailed mine planning. CMRI. and system design of electronic instrumentation. SAIL. mine transport system. BCCL. NHPC.84 Lakhs 192 . software development etc.

CI ECL 193 . NCL. CI Dr. Sharma. D. Panigrahi. C. D. U. Gurdeep Singh. & Engineers CONS/1026/10-11 Analysis of ETP Sludge from Khadia 2. Panigrahi. ECL CONS/1038/10-11 Investigation into the determination of incubation period of R-V Seam of Jhanjra Projects. Panigrahi. D. CI CONS/1036/10-11 WCL ECL 11. ventilation system of UCIL Mines. ECL CONS/1039/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour of Gas detectors of Kajora Area. Equilibrated Condition CONS/1030/10-11 Effect of Ash from Captive Power Plant 5. T. D. Panigrahi. C. CONS/1032/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Madhuban Colliery. Gurdeep Singh. Sharma Prof. Mishra Field Investigations. P. CI BCCL Evaluation of Performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Patherkhera Area. C. D. C. T. Evaluation of Performance and behaviour of gas detectors of 10/12 Pits of K. 12. 14. Ramgundam Prof. D. CI BCCL Prof. CI CCL 6. C. Co-CI Client SCCL. Sone Bhadra (UP) Chief GM (QM) CCL Prof.Sl. CONS/1035/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and behaviour 10. ECL CONS/1040/10-11 Prof. BCCL CONS/1034/10-11 UCIL Prof. N. No. Kathara Area. CCL CONS/1094/10-11 Prof. CI Prof. modeling and simulation studies for designing the 7. CCL for Patratu TPS CONS/1028/10-11 Analysis of Referee Coal Sample of BCCL for UPTPS Proximate Analysis under 4.B. CE (QC) BCCL Prof. C. CI Khadia Project. of gas detectors of Pandaveswar Area. C. Colliery. D. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members Training Programme on Longwall Mechanisation for Young Managers 1. CI ECL ECL Prof. K. Panigrahi. BCCL CONS/1037/10-11 Investigation into degree of gassiness of R-V Seam of Jhanjra Project Colliery. D. D. B. CI Prof. Chromite Exploration at Oman CONS/1031/10-11 Dr. Kumar Co-CI Dy. C. D. WCL Prof. C. Co-CI Prof. Panigrahi. P. Shalivahan. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. CI Prof. 13. CI 9. Agrawal. Panigrahi. Project of NCL CONS/1027/10-11 Analysis of Referee Coal Sample of 3. CI CCL Prof. T. Singh. 8. ECL Prof.

D. CONS/1044/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and behaviour 19. CI Prof. D. CI Prof. CI BCCL Prof. Gurdeep Singh. C. of gas detectors of Bastacolla Colliery. CI M/s SGS. Panigrahi. D.H. C. Bhuli Treatment Plant. CI CONS/1045/10-11 Analysis and Interpretation of Mine Air 20. Dhanbad M/s SGS. D. CI BCCL Prof. Saxena. Sharma. No. of gas detectors of Mines Rescue Station CONS/1042/10-11 Proximate and GCV Analysis of Kankanee 17. Telephone Exchange Rd. CONS/1052/10-11 Grading of Referee coal sample of CCL for TPS 27. BCCL Prof. Panigrahi. T. CO-CI Prof. C. Suresh. Coal Samples. BCCL CONS/1051/10-11 Analysis of Referee coal sample of Agrawal and Associates. Panigrahi. C. CO-CI BCCL Evaluation of Performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Bhowrah Colliery. V. N. of gas detectors of Sudamdih Shaft Mine. BCCL CONS/1047/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and behaviour 22. Supplied to ISM CONS/1043/10-11 Coordinator & Team Members Client Prof. D. N. K. C. Samples of Hamirpur Colliery. Sample CONS/1050/10-11 Testing of Drinking water sample from 25. BCCL Prof. BCCL CONS/1048/10-11 Determination of C. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Evaluation of Performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Gopalichak Colliery.N S and O for Coal Sample. Suresh. of gas detectors of North Tisra Colliery. CI BCCL BCCL ECL Prof. ECL CONS/1046/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and behaviour 21. Lodna Area. Sharma. Saxena. K. K. T. CI Allahabad Prof. Panigrahi. C. V. Suresh. CONS/1049/10-11 Analysis of Ultimate (CHNSO) for Coal 24. CI Prof. Allahabad 26. D. Dhanbad BCCL Prof. N. CI 18. Dhanbad 23. CI BCCL Prof. Saxena. T. CONS/1053/10-11 Prof. 15. V. BCCL CONS/1041/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and behaviour 16. Panigrahi. Kumar. Panigrahi.Sl. Panigrahi. CI BCCL Prof. D. C. CO-CI Prof. CO-CI CCL 194 . CI Prof.

Sharma. ECL 34. D. CONS/1071/10-11 Estimation of Grass Calorific Value of 39. T. CI 35. D. and moisture content of coal samples of Monnet Ispat & Energy Ltd. Prof.. Panigrahi. C. C. C. No. Saxena. Coal sample using Bomb Calorific meter of SAL Steel Ltd. Kajora Area. Raigarh CONS/1065/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour of gas detector of Lodna Area. Panigrahi. V. Grading of coal sample of BCCL CONS/1060/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Amlabad Project. D. Panigrahi. C.. analysis of mine air samples of Kunestoria. CI Prof. BCCL CONS/1061/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Lodna Area. C. Panigrahi. Prof. CI ECL ECL SAIL SAIL Mumbai Prof.Sl. CONS/1067/10-11 A study of crossing point temperature. Panigrahi. SAIL Prof. Prof. D. K. CI of methanometer. C. ECL CONS/1068/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 36. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors and chromatographic 28. Panigrahi. Gandhidham. CONS/1072/10-11 Prof. ignition point temperature. ECL CONS/1054/10-11 Prof. ignition point temperature and moisture Prof. Suparna Chemicals Ltd. Mumbai. CI 37. CI CONS/1069/10-11 A study of air borne respirable dust concentration and noise level in Noonudih Prof. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. C. CI Client ECL 29. Panigrahi. CI Kutch 195 . BCCL CONS/1066/10-11 Prof. C. CI BCCL Evaluation of performance and behaviour Prof. D. D. of gas detectors of Chasnalla Colliery. CI BCCL BCCL 31. D. BCCL CONS/1062/10-11 A Study of crossing point temperature. D. content temperature of coal samples of Kajora Area. CI Raigarh 33. D. self contained self Rescuer (SCSR) model Raksha Kavach. C. Panigrahi.. 30. C. D. CI BCCL 32. Jitpur Colliery CONS/1070/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 38.

Panigrahi. CONS/1084/10-11 Prof. Panigrahi. CI BCCL 50. A. CI BCCL 46 . Prof. Agarwal. CI CONS/1074/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of methanometers of different Collieries of Many Enterprises. Dhanbad CONS/1083/10-11 A study into present underground atmospheric conditions including the condition of fire areas for improving safety area in Sijua Colliery. stack monitoring. S. CI TATA Steel 47. Gurdeep Singh. CI Dr. BCCL CONS/1076/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors of East Basseria Colliery. Evaluation of Performance and behaviour of Gas detectors of Bararee Colliery. D. BTPS'B' Bokaro Thermal. L. S.Sl. Bokaro CONS/1080/10-11 Design of particulate Emission Control System & Preparation of Environmental Management Plans for Coke-Oven Plants of Dhanbad. CONS/1081/10-11 Baseline Data Generation for preparation of EIA/EMP of Damuda Group of cluster-I and Madhuband NLW Washery 5 MTY. D. C. Tata Steel Ltd. BCCL. CI BCCL Client 41. K. Prof. D. of Koyla Nagar. Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Bansjora Colliery. Panigrahi. C. No. A. D. Co-CI Bokaro 48. Dhanbad CONS/1075/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Damoda Colliery. CI BCCL 44 . Dhanbad CONS/1082/10-11 Baseline Data generation for preparation EIA/EMP of Madhuband NLW Coal Washery (5 MT PA) as per TOR granted by MoEF. C. CI BCCL 45 . Title of the Project & Consultancy Number 40. Venkatesh. CI BCCL 42 . C. noise level and effluent. Panigrahi. Prof. CI BCCL 51. Prof. C. Dhanbad 43 . Prof. CI Dhanbad 49. C. Panigrahi. CI Jamadoba 196 . Prof. Panigrahi. D. Gupta. BCCL Prof. Gurdeep Singh. Dr. BCCL CONS/1077/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Moonidih Colliery. D. Gurdeep Singh. BCCL CONS/1078/10-11 RFQ of Tata Steel for mineralogical testing of free silica from Khonbond iron mines of TATA Steel CONS/1079/10-11 Monitoring of environmental parameters in respect of ambient air. Prof. Prof. C. Panigrahi. D. BCCL CONS/1073/10-11 Coordinator & Team Members Prof.

P. S. D. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members Evaluation of performance and behaviour 52. CI BCCL Prof. Bokaro Effect of Ash from captive power plant 61. N. Panigrahi. Bermo Mines. C. T. Gupta. Bermo.. K. G. Fe & Mn of 86 nos. B. 59. Coke Ltd. Agarwal. CI BCCL Client Prof. Jain. C. Panigrahi. 60. C. Basantimata 55. 58. Industries P Ltd. CI M/s S. R. Mohanty. CI WCL 57. No. Singh. D. Panigrahi. S. CO-CI Prof. CI BCCL Dr. Kumar. C.Sl. sample of Central 62. BCCL CONS/1088/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 56. Coke Mfg. Panigrahi. CO-CI M/s Balasore Prof. Dr. CONS/1089/10-11 Prof. CCL CONS/1094/10-11 Analysis of ground water sample for As. M/s Pradeep Coke Industry Prof. S. K. Singh.. of gas detectors of Kuja Colliery. Shalivahan. D. C. Colliery. CO-CI Alloys Ltd. Gupta. D. C. D. CI Prof. CI Central Ground Water Board Patna Dr. Kolkata. K. BCCL CONS/1087/10-11 Investigation into degree of gassiness of Brindabanpur seam inclined. A. BCCL CONS/1090/10-11 Design of Particulates Emission Control System and preparation of environmental management plan for coke oven plants in Dhanbad CONS/1091/10-11 Geophysical Exploration by Gravimetric Method to delineate the anomaly zone to know the existence of chrome ore body in Sukinda Valley of Jajpur District of Orissa CONS/1092/10-11 Preparation of Environmental Statement Report of DVC. Bokaro CONS/1093/10-11 Prof. of gas detectors of Lodna Colliery. CI CCL Prof. B. M. CI Prof. G. Singh. D. Panigrahi. CO-CI M/s B. Panigrahi. Prof. Kathara Area. of gas detectors of Western Coalfields Ltd. BCCL CONS/1086/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 54. Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Basdeopur Colliery. management plant for coke oven plants in Dhanbad CONS/1096/10-11 Prof. CI. Pal. and others 197 . CO-CI DVC Bermo Mines. CI BCCL Prof. Ground Water Board Patna CONS/1095/10-11 Design of Particulate emission control system and preparation of environmental 63. BCCL CONS/1085/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 53. CI BCCL Prof. G. of gas detectors of North Bhowra Colliery. K. P.

CI Tata Steel Prof. G. D. D. CI BCCL Prof. C. BCCL CONS/1101/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 68. Panigrahi. CI BCCL 76. Ranchi M/s Rodic Contents Ltd. in roadside along NH23 and NH22 CONS/1098/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 66. CI CCL Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors 77. of gas detectors CONS/1105/10-11 Analysis of coal sample of seam II of Sikni Coal Project 72. C. Panigrahi. CI SECL Prof. C. T. G. of gas detectors CONS/1108/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors 75. of gas detectors CONS/1103/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 70. Panigrahi. Saxena. V. No. Singh. Analysis and interpretation of air sample CONS/1110/10-11 Prof. CONS/1111/10-11 Prof. CI ECL Prof. C. under RCRA CONS/1097/10-11 Prof. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members Testing of Dust suppressor chemical 64. D.Sl. Sharma. C. Panigrahi. CONS/1106/10-11 Grading of referee sample of CCL for 73. D. CI ECL Jharkhand State Mineral Dev. C.. soil and air noise samples Prof. of gas detectors CONS/1100/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas monitoring instruments of 67. Bhagabandh Colliery. D. CCL Dr. Panigrahi. D. K. C. Badarpur TPS CONS/1107/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 74. CI 65. D. CI BCCL Prof. CI Dr. CONS/1109/10-11 Prof. D. CI Client M/s Unyrshape Corporation. CI Prof. D. D. Ranchi Testing of water. of gas detectors CONS/1102/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 69. C. of gas detectors CONS/1104/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 71. Corporation Ltd. Panigrahi. C. Panigrahi. CI BCCL 198 . CI ECL Prof. Singh. Panigrahi. C. Panigrahi. Panigrahi.

Sen. Panigrahi. Inder Hard Coke Industries SAIL Dr. Evaluation of performance and behaviour of Methanometers of Kunustoria Area ECL Prof. No. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. various products. C. CO-CI Advice for optimization of blast design parameters at Chasnalla OCP for the safety and stability of underground water Prof. P. K. Bangalore Prof. Dhanbad. CI Chasnalla Colliery. C. D. D. Panigrahi... CONS/1120/10-11 Chromatographic analysis of mine air 87. Dr. C. CO-CI of blasting on the water dam for its safety and stability for the period of one year. P. A. Panigrahi. CI Client Ana-Digi Sales (P) Ltd. Udaybhanu. CI WCL Prof. ventilation system of Bangur underground mine CONS/1113/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 80. management plan for coke oven plants in Dhanbad CONS/1116/10-11 Study on use of fly ash for manufacture of polypropylene composite for 83. Panigrahi. Mishra. A. CCL CONS/1121/10-11 88. C. of gas detectors CONS/1114/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 81. A. CI Prof. Prof.Sl. Ltd. SAIL-ISP CONS/1119/10-11 Prof. Shiv Shakti Coke Industries etc. CI BCCL M/s Shivam Coke Pvt. K. D. Pal. CI CONS/1123/10-11 ECL 199 . samples of NSD Colliery. CI dam and subsequent monitoring of impact 86. G. Mishra. (SAIL) CCL Bokaro Prof. CI Prof. CONS/1117/10-11 Design of particulate emission control systems and preparation of environmental 84. CI ECL 89. D. Dr. Sen. K. CI Coke Plant Oven. Analysis and interpretation of mine air samples of Kunustoria Area. modeling and simulation studies for designing the 79. self containing self rescuers CONS/1112/10-11 Field investigation. Keonjhar Prof. Sarkar. A. D. CO-CI NTPC Ltd. Ltd. CI Orissa Mining Corpn. C. ECL CONS/1122/10-11 Prof. of gas detectors CONS/1115/10-11 Design of particulate emission control system and preparation of environmental 82. D. C. CI Prof. D. management plant for coke oven plants in Dhanbad CONS/1118/10-11 Study for Blast Design for Tasra OCP of 85. C. Alok Sinha. Panigrahi. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members A Study of performance and behaviour of 78.

CI BCCL Client Prof. Jamadoba CONS/1130/10-11 A study of performance and behaviour of Chemical Oxygen type self containce self resures as per EN401 or latest IS 15803 of 96. CI BCCL Prof. No. D. Samples of Simlabahal Colliery. Panigrahi. D. CI DHANBAD Prof. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. of gas detectors of Bera Colliery BCCL CONS/1126/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Dhansar Rescue 92. CI BCCL Prof. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members Evaluation of performance and behaviour 90. Sharma. BCCL CONS/1127/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors and analysis of air 93. V. CI BCCL Prof. CONS/1134/10-11 Report Preparation on Extraction of 100. K.Sl. Mine of Monnent Ispat & Energy Ltd. C. Raigarh CONS/1132/10-11 Proximate and Ultimate analysis of three 98. CI CIMFR Prof. Station. C. CI FCI. C. C. Panigrahi. D. D. D. Panigrahi. D. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. CI Raigarh Prof. Sharma. C. Saxena. Panigrahi. C. Panigrahi. CI BCCL Prof. preparation of surface plan. T. D. CI ECL 200 . T. Aravalli Prof. Coal Samples Including Calorific Value CONS/1133/10-11 Analysis of Referee Coal Sample of 99. BCCL CONS/1128/10-11 A study for fixing controlled Blasting parameters during Deep Hole Blasting in 94. C. C. D. of gas detectors of Govindpur Area BCCL CONS/1125/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 91. Improving the underground environment at Khottadih Colliery Pandaveswar Area CONS/1136/10-11 Prof. East Bassuria Colliery. CI BCCL Prof. Potash from Gluconite CONS/1135/10-11 Field Investigations Modeling and Simulation Studies for Mederigning and Reorganising the Ventilation System for 101. CI BCCL Prof. S N Sunderson & Co. BCCL CONS/1129/10-11 Surface survey of Bhatgoria Colliery and 95. the SCCL and Manufactured by the Drager Safety Germany CONS/1131/10-11 Investigation into degree of Gassiness of Seam II and III of Milupara U/G Coal 97. D. C.

Panigrahi. Panigrahi. Gurdeep Singh. D. of Gas detectors of Jorongdih Colliery CCL Prof. B. Sarkar. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members Analysis and Interpretation of mine air 102. C. C. Gurdeep Singh. D. CI SECL Prof. Aggregate Samples CONS/1143/10-11 Monitoring of Wastes. D. K. of Gas detectors of Mony Enterprises. respect of Noise Level Monitoring of Unit 7&8 Prof. D. C. D. C. C. CI CIL Dhanbad Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour 111. CI ECL Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour 106. Panigrahi. Dhanbad CONS/1142/10-11 Petrographic Examination of Coarse 107. Panigrahi. 105. Mukherjee (AGL). C. CI CONS/1147/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour of Gas detectors of Damodar Colliery BCCL Prof. Soil Air Noise 108. CI Prof. Samples of Kunustoria Area ECL CONS/1137/10-11 Prof. CI 109. RCRA Standard rule & CIL guide Line COPNS/1145/10-11 Analysis and Interpretation of Mine air 110. Samples of Kumardhubi Colliery CONS/1146/10-11 Prof. Panigrahi. No.Sl. CI Dhanbad Dr. Panigrahi. CI 112. CI CONS/1149/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour of Gas detectors of Ray Bachra Colliery CCL 114. C. D. Panigrahi. D. C. CI CIMFR Ranchi Testing of Dust Suppressor Chemical under Prof. Evaluation of Performance and behaviour of Gas detectors of Tetulmari Colliery Sijua Area BCCL CONS/1138/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and behaviour of Gas detectors of Chirimiri Area.C. Gurdeep Singh. M. D. D. CO-CI Prof. CI CCL BCCL CTPS CCL 201 . 104. CONS/1150/10-11 Prof. C. 105. BCCL CONS/1140/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and behaviour of Gas detectors of Dubeswari Colliery ECL CONS/1141/10-11 Prof. SECL CONS/1139/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and behaviour of Gas Detectors of Mudidih and Basseriya Collieries. Panigrahi. CI BCCL Prof. Panigrahi. samples in road side along NH23 & NH22 CONS/1144/10-11 Prof. C. CI BCCL Prof. CI ECL Client 103. Panigrahi. CONS/1148/10-11 Monitoring of Environment Parameters in 113. D.

Sl. C.2 of Pathakhera Area CONS/1158/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour of Gas detectors of Sarni Mine Pathakhera Area WCL CONS/1159/10-11 Field Investigations Modelling and Simulation Studies for designing the ventilation system to improve the workplace Environmental in Parascole (West) Colliery of Kajora Area ECL CONS/1160/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of Gas detectors of Incline Mine Sudamdih CONS/1161/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of Gas detectors of Hurriladih Colliery Kustore Area CONS/1162/10-11 Prof. Panigrahi WCL 121. D. Prof. Panigrahi. D. D. of Gas detectors of P B Project Colliery CONS/1163/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours 126. D. C. Samples of Madhabpur Colliery CONS/1151/10-11 A study of Air borne respirable dust noise level and mine air samples of Chasnala Colliery CONS/1153/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviours of gas detectors of Khoodia Colliery. Prof. Panigrahi 125. C. C. Dhanbad CONS/1165/10-11 BCCL MCL Dhanbad 202 . Panigrahi WCL 122. C. CI Prof. D. No. C. CI ISP. D. D. of Gas detectors of Rampur Sub Area MCL Prof. Panigrahi. C. Prof. D. SAIL 117. Panigrahi. Panigrahi 127. Prof. C. Panigrahi WCL 123. Dheeraj Kumar SECL 120. ECL CONS/1154/10-11 Ultimate Analysis of Coal Samples CONS/1155/10-11 Hosting of Website related to incident that took place on 06-5-10 in the u/g Anjan Hills Mines CONS/1156/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour of Gas detectors of Satpura Mine No. Prof. Dr. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members Analysis and Interpretation of Mine Air 115. 118. Saxena ECL Tata Steel 119. Prof. CI ECL Client 116. D. Panigrahi BCCL 124. C. D. D. Prof. C. C. Panigrahi CONS/1164/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of Gas detectors of Many Enterprises Prof. V. K. Panigrahi BCCL Evaluation of performance and Behaviours Prof.

D. CONS/1176/10-11 Determination of Specific gravity of one Coal Sample of Shyamsundarpur Colliery 138. Panigrahi. Gurdeep Singh Electrosteel Corp. D. CI WCL Prof. CI HCL 203 . CI BCCL Prof. C. Panigrahi. CI MMD. by the World Bank. D. Gurdeep Singh. V. C. Sample (Air Dry Sample) CONS/1170/10-11 Sustainable Management of Mineral Resources for Nigerian Officials Sponsored 132. No.Sl. Murthy. Patherkhera Area. V. C. Ltd. C.S. C. CI Tata Steel Prof. CI World Bank Prof. WCL CONS/1173/10-11 Determination of Cerchar Abrasivity and Uniaxial Compressive Strength of A 135. Mine HCL CONS/1179/10-11 Coordinator & Team Members Client Prof. 134. C. Kolkata Prof. C. CI Dhanbad Prof. CI Dhanbad Prof. CI ECL Prof. Panigrahi. K. CI WCL Prof. Prof. Tata Steel Ltd. Panigrahi.R. Pathekhera Area CONS/1166/10-11 Weather Report for rainfall recorded on 129. D. D. 133. 128. Patherkhera Area. Limestone Sample CONS/1174/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of Gas detectors of KB Colliery 136. Panigrahi. WCL CONS/1172/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of Gas detectors of Tawa II. CONS/1171/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of Gas detectors of Tawa. Panigrahi. D. Saxena. Mine. Panigrahi. C. CI ECL Prof. 11-12 July 2010 CONS/1167/10-11 Design of Air-Pollution Control Device of Coke Oven Plants in Dhanbad 130. D. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of Gas detectors of CHP-1 Mine. Panigrahi. CONS/1168/10-11 Analysis of Ultimate (CHNSO) for Coal 131. CI BCCL Prof. Bagdigi Collieries CONS/1178/10-11 Field Investigation Modelling and design of Ventilation System of Sindersor Khurd 139. CONS/1175/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of Gas detectors of Jamadoba Colliery 137. for operation of Continuous Miner in Underground ECL CONS/1177/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of Gas detectors of Sendra Bansjora and 138.M. Sub-Area. Gurdeep Singh. D.

CI CONS/1186/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours Prof. Jawed. CI 152. B. D. CI 151.Sl.C.C. Panigrahi. M. Prof. D. ECL 146. Panigrahi. A. Panigrahi. CI 148. CI of Gas detectors of Busserya Colliery CONS/1187/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours Prof. Panigrahi. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number 140. Panigrahi. Report for Arono Metrological Data CONS/1180/10-11 Coordinator & Team Members Prof. CI of Gas detectors of Sudamdih Shaft Mine CONS/1188/10-11 Jharkhand 145. CI Mumbai 143. Sarkar. Panigrahi. BCCL 147. CI 149. D. D. D. Panigrahi.C. Underground Mine HCL CONS/1192/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of Gas detectors of Instruments of Bagdigi Prof. D. Panigrahi.C.C. of Gas detectors of Jamadoba Colliery CONS/1191/10-11 Modelling and design of Ventilation System for Rampura Agucha Lead Zinc Prof. D. Panigrahi.C. Colliery Lodna Area CONS/1193/10-11 BCCL BCCL Tata Steel HCL BCCL 204 . CI 150.C. Vetting of DMG Report of Iron ore Deposits in Lease hold area of steel Authority of India Ltd in West Singhbhum Prof. Poland CONS/1183/10-11 Analysis and Interpretation of mine air samples of Kunustoria Area ECL CONS/1184/10-11 Jharkhand 142. CI Kolkata Client 141. No. in underground coal mines of Katras Area CONS/1189/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of quick setting cement capsule for its use Prof.C. CI District of Jharkhand CONS/1185/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of Gas detectors of Jhanjra Project Colliery Prof. BCCL Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of quick setting cement capsule for its use Prof. D.C. D. D. CI Burdwan 144. in underground coal mines of PB Group of Mines CONS/1190/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours Prof. Prof. CI CONS/1181/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour of Self Contained closed Circuit Oxygen Breathing apparatis of Model (SR-K30) chemical self resuver of Faser S.C. Panigrahi.C. Preparation of Merit list for appointment of Geological Analysis on Contractual basis Prof. Gurdeep Singh.

of Gas detectors of Bhawra (s) Colliery CONS/1202/10-11 Designing of Artificial Loding System for 162. SAIL CONS/1206/10-11 ECL Client ECL ECL ECL ECL ECL ECL WCL BCCL SCCL BCCL SAIL SAIL 205 . of Gas detectors of Punch Area CONS/1201/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours Prof. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. D. C. D. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of Gas detectors of Gourandi Prof. D. D. Improvement of Workplace Environment Prof. No. Panigrahi. C. CI 156. C. D. D. C. C. Panigrahi. of Gas detectors of Chasnala Colliery ISP SAIL CONS/1205/10-11 Analysis of mine air samples and Evaluation Prof. PB Area BCCL CONS/1195/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours Prof. of Gas detectors of Khottadih Colliery CONS/1200/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours Prof. C. CI 155. of Gas detectors of Simlabahal Colliery CONS/1196/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours Prof. C. Begunia Colliery CONS/1194/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours of Gas detectors of Pootki Colliery Prof. of Gas detectors of Sodepur Area CONS/1197/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours Prof. CI 154. C. Panigrahi. of Gas detectors of Lodna Colliery CONS/1198/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours 158. detectors of Noondih Jitpur Colliery ISP. Panigrahi. D. D. C. Panigrahi. CI 157. Panigrahi. CI CONS/1199/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours Prof. C. C. CI 163. D. Panigrahi. CI 161. of Gas detectors of Katras Area CONS/1204/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours Prof. CI in road header development faces and Longwall face at Adriyala Shaft Project. of Gas detectors of Mohan Colliery Colliery Prof. D. CI of Performance and Behaviour of gas 165. CI 159. Panigrahi. C. Panigrahi.Sl. CI 160. D. CI 164. CI 153. D. C. D. Ramagundem-III CONS/1203/10-11 Evaluation of performance and Behaviours Prof. Panigrahi. Panigrahi.

CI. Sharma. Testing of coal sample of Parichha TPS CONS/1217/10-11 Analysis of Referee Coal samples of CCL 177. Sharma. Belpahar UP Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Ltd. T. CI Prof. Sharma. CO-CI Prof. CI Tata Steel Non-destructive evaluation of a concrete 170. T. C. CO-CI Prof. Margao Tata Refractories Ltd. D. Prof. T. D. C. N. CI Prof. environment in some critical area in Moonidih Colliery of BCCL CONS/1207/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour 167. CI ECL Prof. CI NTPC ECL Prof. 174. Panigrahi. Kumar. Tata Steel Ltd. Panduranga Timbla Industries Ltd. ECL CONS/1212/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour of Gas detectors of PK-2 Mine Pathakera 172. Kanpur PT PP Paricha Jhansi Analysis of coal sample of Panki TPS 175. L. CO-CI Prof. Pathekhera Area. Kumar. No. WCL CONS/1209/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour of Gas detectors of 6 & 7 pit Colliery 169. CO-CI Prof. Panigrahi. D. D. WCL CONS/1213/10-11 173. CONS/1219/10-11 CCL. D. Panigrahi. CI WCL Prof. V. T. S. Venugopal.Sl. T. D. Mandre. CONS/1216/10-11 176. of Gas detectors of Bararee Colliery BCCL CONS/1208/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour of Gas detectors of Sobhapur Mine. CONS/1215/10-11 Prof. T. CO-CI Prof. structure using Schmidt Rebound Hammer Prof. Beneficiation Studies on Manganese Clays CONS/1214/10-11 Testing of Alumina Refractories Ltd. T. C. Sharma. T. C. Ranchi ECL Sanctoria 206 . N. & Panchha TPS CONS/1218/10-11 Analysis of Referee coal sample of ECL for Tanda 178. Jamadoba CONS/1210/10-11 Prof. Panigrahi. Area. Jha. 168. C. Tirat Colliery and Sodepur Area. of Gas detectors of and Analysis mine air samples of Chapapur Colliery. C. CI Prof. R. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members Design of Artificial cooling system for intake air to improve the workplace 166. R. M. CI CONS/1211/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour 171. R. Murthy. Panigrahi. Kumar. CI BCCL Prof. CI Prof. CI. Sharma. CI BCCL Client Prof. Panigrahi.

C.. Kolkata 187. CONS/1222/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Parbelia Colliery ECL CONS/1223/10-11 Evaluation of Chemical parameters of arrick setting cement capsules of Govindpur area BCCL CONS/1224/10-11 Analysis of Referee coal sample of BCCL for UPTPS CONS/1225/10-11 Analysis and Interpretation of mine air samples of Kunustoria Area ECL CONS/1226/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of a prototype self generating chemical oxygen type self rescuer of 60 minutes duration as per IS:15803:2005 CONS/1227/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of SCSR Self contained self rescuers of Model Rakha Kabach CONS/1228/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Chandrapura Area WCL CONS/1229/10-11 Coordinator & Team Members Prof.. D. Ltd. CI ECL 183. Prof. CI WCL 189. D. Prof. D. CI BCCL 184. Panigrahi. CI 182. T. D. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. Prof. Prof. D. C. Prof. Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Damoda Colliery BCCL Prof. CI Suparna Chemicals Ltd. Panigrahi. CI Intech Safety Pvt. CI Prof. Prof. Sharma. Mumbai 188. Panigrahi. 207 . Panigrahi.. C. C. D. D. C. D. Prof. Panigrahi. D. Kumar. C. Pararia Pench Area WCL CONS/1231/10-11 Determination of specific gravity of one coal sample of R VII Seam of Sarpi continuous Miner Project CONS/1232/10-11 Prof. Panigrahi. T. CI ECL 186. Sharma.Sl. Ltd. CI BCCL 190. T.Ltd. Panigrahi. WCL 191. C. C. CI McNally Sayaji Engg. Gurdeep Singh. Prof. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number 179. Dhanbad Jayaswal Neco Indus. Raigarh 181. D. CI Joy Mining Services India Pvt. Panigrahi.. Analysis of Washed coal samples CONS/1220/10-11 Quality Analysis of SLUDGE of Clarified tank of Water Filtration Plant CONS/1221/10-11 Analysis and Interpretation of mine air samples of Jayaswal Neco Industries Ltd. Prof. No. CI CONS/1230/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Mines Rescue Station. C. Prof. CI BCCL Client 180. C. CO-CI BCCL 185. Ltd.

Mohanty. of gas detectors of Kanhan Area WCL CONS/1242/10-11 Time Domain Electromagnetic Survey 202. Raigarh DVC Bokaro Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour of gas detectors and analysis and interpretation of mine air samples of 199. Kolkata BCCL Prof. Sodepur R Colliery and Tirat Colliery of ECL CONS/1240/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Phularitand 200. CO-CI Prof. CONS/1238/10-11 198. water and stocle 194. CI Client SECL Bilaspur Prof. T. CI WCL Fugro Nexterra Geophysics Pvt. D. CI BCCL Prof. M. K. CO-CI Shri P. T. Shalivahan. Kumar. CI Prof. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members A study of degree of gassiness of 8A2 Seam of Rajnagar R. S. CI Prof. Colliery BCCL CONS/1241/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviour 201. C. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. Singh. U. No. Barh CONS/1237/10-11 Rapid comprehensive environmental audit of 4X250 MW OP Jindal Power Plant 197. samples submitted by CIMFR Dhanbad CONS/1234/10-11 Monitoring of Environmental Parameters in respect of Air. CI Jindal Power Ltd. Gurdeep Singh. S. CI CIMFR Dr. (TDEM) CONS/1244/10-11 Scientific study to design the construction 203.O Colliery 192. hammer. NTPC. C. K. Gurdeep Singh. C. Hansdeo Area CONS/1233/10-11 Analysis and Interpretation of mine air 193. Testing of air samples for Bokaro TPS CONS/1239/10-11 Prof. for ATPS CONS/1236/10-11 Non-Destructive Evaluation of a few concrete columns using Schmidt rebound 196. CO-CI Anpara Thermal Power Station Sonebhadra Navayuga Engg. CO-CI Prof. Gurdeep Singh. C. Kumar. Dr. Ltd. C. CI DVC Chandrapura Prof. Gupta. unit 7&8 of CTPS Chandrapura CONS/1235/10-11 Analysis of coal sample on grade basis 195. CI ECL Prof. Prof. S. T. of dam in the U/G Mine CONS/1245/10-11 Prof. D. Company Ltd. Behera.Gupta. CO-CI 208 . CI. D. Panigrahi.Sl. Sharma. CO-CI Prof. R. Panigrahi. P. V. D. R. CI Prof. noise.K. CI Dr. D. K. Murthy. Panigrahi.

Panigrahi. D. Panigrahi. Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors of Bastacola Colliery. CI BCCL 215. BCCL Prof. D. Panigrahi. D. CI CONS/1247/10-11 Generation of base line data for preparation of EIA/EMP of Dugda NLW Coal Washer (5MTY) and Patherdih NLW Washery (5MTY) CONS/1249/10-11 Evaluation of Behaviour and performance of gas detectors of Patherdih Colliery. CI BCCL 213.Sl. CI TISCO 209. BCCL 210. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number 204. Panigrahi. CI BCCL 205. CI M/s Muva Industries Ltd. CI ECL 214. Prof. ECL CONS/1254/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors of Gopalichawk Colliery. Ranchi BCCL Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of 216. BCCL CONS/1255/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors of Babor Colliery. Prof. CI CONS/1259/10-11 209 . C. D. Dhanbad) 207. Panigrahi. Evaluation of Performance and Behaviour of gas detectors of 6 & 7 Pits TISCO Colliery Prof. A Study of degree of gassiness of a coal seam of 5&6 Incline of Jamuna Kotma Area Prof. C. C. CONS/1250/10-11 SECL 206. C. BCCL CONS/1246/10-11 Coordinator & Team Members Client Prof. C. BCCL CONS/1252/10-11 Prof. C. Panigrahi. Prof. Panigrahi. K. CI BCCL (Koyla Nagar. Panigrahi. CI BCCL 212. CI CONS/1253/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors of Kunustorial Colliery. Prof. Behera. CI BCCL 208. Prof. C. D. ECL CONS/1256/10-11 Determination of coal density of AKWM Colliery. C. K. Evaluation of performance and behaviour of gas detectors of Bhagaband Colliery. D. BCCL CONS/1257/10-11 Calibration of 2000 K N Proving Ring of M/s Muva Industries Ltd CONS/1258/10-11 BCCL 211. C. D. C. D. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. Shri P. Gurdeep Singh. Behera. D. gas detectors of Jayrampur Colliery. CI CONS/1251/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors and analysis of air samples of Simlabahal Colliery. BCCL Prof. No. Shri P. D.

Panigrahi. T. C. D. D.. Panigrahi. D. C. BCCL CONS/1260/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors of Bhowrah (North) Prof. BCCL Prof. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of Prof.. Sharma. CI 217. Venkatesh. T. gas detectors of Bagdigi Colliery. Panigrahi. samples of Kunustoria Area ECL CONS/1270/10-11 Prof. BCCL CONS/1272/10-11 BCCL BCCL 210 . BCCL CONS/1269/10-11 Analysis and Interpretation of Mine air 227. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. CI WCL Prof. A. D. ECL Prof. Prof. CI BCCL Prof. D. Prof. S. CI CONS/1263/10-11 Testing of Iron ore fines of Bengal 221. Panigrahi. C. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. of gas detectors of Incline Mine Sudamdih Prof. D. D. CI Prof. CONS/1264/10-11 Design of an Underwater drilling and controlled blasting methodology with 222. CI 218. Tata Steel Ltd CONS/1262/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of 220. C. Panigrahi ECL Evaluation of Performance and Behavior 228. of gas detectors of Syampur Colliery. BCCL CONS/1261/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors of Digwadih Colliery. D. A. C. Sharma.Sl. CI Prof. C. samples of Mandan Colliery. CI CONS/1266/10-11 Analysis and Interpretation of mine air 224. CI Colliery. Panigrahi. C. D. D. C. CO-CI Kolkata Evaluation of Performance and Behavior 223. CI 219. C. of gas detectors of Pench Area WCL CONS/1268/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors of 10/12 Pits 226. gas detectors of Bararee Colliery. No. C. CO-CI Kolkata Bengal Energy Ltd. CI ECL ECL Prof. ground vibration monitoring during trench excavation in Myanmar CONS/1265/10-11 BCCL Client BCCL Tata Steel Ltd BCCL Bengal Energy Ltd. gas detectors of Loyabad Colliery. CI 229. S. Panigrahi. BCCL CONS/1271/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of Prof. C. Prof. Venkatesh. K B Colliery. ECL CONS/1267/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior 225. Colliery. D. Energy Ltd.

gas detectors of Khoodiadih Colliery. C. C. ECL CONS/1274/10-11 Client Kabul & Afghanistan Mining Project Prof. Panigrahi.. gas detectors of Khottadih Colliery. D. BCCL Prof. D. followed by Training of Afghanistan Officials on EIA and Mining Projects CONS/1273/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors of Chinakuri Mine No-1 231. D. R. CI 240. CI 236. ECL CONS/1284/10-11 Quality Control Dept. CI CONS/1280/10-11 Sampling and Analysis of coal slurry from 238. CI ECL Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of 232. C. Kumar. Gurdeep Singh. Grading of coal washery slurry. equilibrated condition. C. Koyla Nagar. Panigrahi. T.Sl. N. D. ECL Prof. Koyla Nagar. D. CI Prof. D. CO-CI ECL BCCL BCCL BCCL Characterisation of Sudamdih coal washery slurry. CI 230. Madhuband Washery. C. Proximate analysis of slurry under Prof. BCCL Prof. D. CI CONS/1275/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of 233. C. Sharma. gas detectors of Lohapati Colliery. CO-CI Dept. CI Prof.. gas detectors of Moonidih Colliery. T. CI ECL Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of Prof. T. CI CONS/1277/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors and gravimetric dust 235. Mandre. C. CI ECL 211 . Panigrahi. sampler of MCL and Kekon International Talcher CONS/1278/10-11 BCCL ECL ECL Prof. C. CCL CONS/1279/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of 237. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. ECL Prof. CI CONS/1276/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of 234. Colliery. Sharma. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. Colliery. Organisation of Workshop at Kabul Prof. Panigrahi. Dhanbad CONS/1283/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors of Barmonditia (A) 241. Sharma. Quality Control Prof. T. No. gas detectors of Kuju Colliery. D. BCCL CONS/1282/10-11 Prof. Dhanbad Prof. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members EDP for EIA after Assessment of Training needs. BCCL CONS/1281/10-11 239.

P. gas detectors of Damoda Colliery. CONS/1296/10-11 Grading of coal slurry of BCCL CONS/1297/10-11 BCCL Prof. A. Kumar. CO-CI BCCL 252. Mishra. 212 . Sodepur Area. the roof bolting systems in underground mines Sodepur Area ECL. D. CO-CI BCCL Dr. CI 245. Panigrahi. D. C. C. D. BCCL CONS/1290/10-11 Determination of setting and chemical properties of cement capsules used with 246. P. CO-CI Utkarsh Mining Prof. R. Gurdeep Singh. T. CONS/1292/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors of Narsumunda Colliery 248. CI CONS/1294/10-11 Measurement of particle size distribution by cyclosizing sieve sizing of five ore 250. ECL CONS/1293/10-11 BCCL Prof. Sharma. D. Panigrahi. CI Prof. K. T. Dhanbad Prof.Sl. Dheeraj Kumar. SAIL. Nikkam Suresh. used in mines of ISP. B. CI Dr. A. CI Prof. Mohanty. N. Dheeraj Kumar CO-CI BCCL Determination of setting and chemical properties of cement capsules used with the Prof. K. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. CI ECL Prof. T. Bera Projects of Bastacola BCCL CONS/1285/10-11 Suggesting Blast Design Parameters for controlled blasting while conducting blast in open cast restricting blast induced 243. CI Dr. Kumar CO-CI Prof.. C. BCCL Prof. No. C. vibration within safe limits for the outsourcing OCP Patch CONS/1289/10-11 Prof. samples supplied by CDE Asia CONS/1295/10-11 Geo-physical Survey 251. CI Sail Burnpur Prof. CI BCCL Client Dr. roof bolting systems of Sijua Area. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members Study for compliance of forestry clearance conditions in respect of Ghanudih and 242. Panigrahi. Mishra. CI ECL Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of 249. CI Technology & Business Development Prof. C. D. CONS/1291/10-11 Determination of some physical and chemical properties of cement capsules 247. Shalivahan. vibrations in B/G working for the departmental patch CONS/1288/10-11 Scientific investigation for optimization of blast design parameters to conduct blast 244. Agarwal CO-CI Private Ltd.

S. CI Prof. CONS/1301/10-11 Client NTPC Mouda Prof. No. BCCL CONS/1310/10-11 BCCL Prof. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. BCCL Prof.. Kolkata CCL Prof. Panigrahi. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members Study for RipRap (Rock) to be used in ash dyke bund/Embankments 253. Panigrahi. D. of self contained self rescuers of CCL CONS/ 1308/10-11 Field Investigations. D. Gurdeep Singh. T. CI Prof. A.Sl. Panigrahi. C. C. CI 263. Venkatesh CO-CI Nagpur SEL-GKC (JV) Govindpur Dhanbad Prof. P. Modelling and Simulation Studies for Reorganizing the Prof. CI CONS/ 1302/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors of Mines Rescue Station. CI Evaluation of Performance and Behavior 262. S. C. R. CO-CI Prof. CO-CI Prof. 258. D. CI Shri P. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. BCCL CONS/ 1305/10-11 261. R. 260. R. Kumar. V. CONS/1299/10-11 Determination of mechanical properties at 255. C. Modelling and Simulation Studies for Reorganizing the v 264. Dhansar. gas detectors of P B Project Colliery.00 RHS 254. NHPC CONS/1300/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors of Lodna Colliery. Dhanbad Prof. CI BCCL Furgro Nexterra Geophysics Pvt. C. D. D. entilation system to improve workplace environment in Bagdigi Colliery. D. Tdem Survey at Tonk Rajasthan CONS/1307/10-11 BCCL Prof. Shalivahan. CI Mines Rescue Station. Shankardih and 57. CI Prof. C. CO-CI NHPC Prof. Y. BCCL CONS/1309/10-11 Field Investigations. CONS/1298/10-11 Testing of water samples of 12. ventilation system to improve workplace environment in Bansdeopur Colliery. Murthy. C. rocks from Dibong Hydel Project. BCCL 256. Dhansar CONS/1303/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors submitted by 259. M.250 LHS Pabia Camp. CI M/s B K Enterprizes. D. K. D. M/s B K Enterprizes. C. CI BCCL 213 . Behera. CI BCCL Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of 257. Ltd. Panigrahi. Dhar. Dhanbad CONS/ 1304/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behavior of gas detectors of Burragarh Colliery. Mohanty. Dhanbad Prof.

D. CONS/1318/10-11 Evaluation of Performance of gas detectors Prof. Sharma. C. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members Field Investigations. CI CONS/1320/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours 275. sample analysis of Simlabahal Colliery. CI BCCL. BCCL. BCCL CONS/1311/10-11 Client Prof. Panigrahi. CI Prof. D. Panigrahi. Modelling and Simulation Studies for Reorganizing the 265. D. D. T. D. CI 266. of EJ Area.Sl. C. C. of gas detectors of Bagdigi Colliery. CI SECL Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours of gas detectors and analysis of mine air Prof. C. Panigrahi. Area. C. CI CONS/1321/10-11 276. C. Kumar. C. BCCL CONS/1319/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours 274. BCCL CONS/1313/10-11 BCCL. CI 269. C. CI BCCL. C. of gas detectors of Lakhimata Colliery. Koyla Bhawan Field Investigations. of gas detectors of Mudidih Colliery. CI 272. Analysis of coal sample of Block II. Koyla Bhawan Prof. BCCL CONS/1322/10-11 Prof. WCL CONS/1316/10-11 Investigation into degree of gassiness of IOB seam of Haldibari UG project 271. ventilation system to improve workplace environment in Dhansar Colliery. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. ventilation system to improve workplace environment in Mudidih Colliery. D. Panigrahi. CO-CI BCCL BCCL ECL BCCL BCCL 214 . Panigrahi. Hansdeo Area. No. D. C. D. Panigrahi. Panigrahi. C. T. BCCL Prof. CI 273. ECL Prof. BCCL Prof. SECL CONS/1317/10-11 Prof. Modelling and Simulation Studies for Reorganizing the Prof. D. to its chemical parameters of Pathakhera Area WCL CONS/1315/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours of gas detectors of Kanhan 270. Koyla Bhawan Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours 268. Modelling and Simulation Studies for Reorganizing the 267. CI CONS/1314/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours quick setting cement capsule with respect Prof. ventilation system to improve workplace environment in Kharkharee Colliery. Panigrahi. BCCL CONS/1312/10-11 Field Investigations. CI BCCL WCL WCL Prof. Panigrahi. D. D.

Sl. No. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members
Characterization of Ramkanali Coal 277. Sample of BCCL CONS/1323/10-11 Testing of Dust Suppression Chemical as 278. per DGMS Standard. CONS/1325/10-11 Sub-sieve sizing of two iron ore samples 279. supplied by CDE Asia. CONS/1326/10-11 Prof. T. Sharma, CI Prof. T. Kumar, CO-CI BCCL

Client

Prof. Gurdeep Singh, CI

M/s R R Enterprises, Nagpur

Prof. Nikkam Suresh, CI

CDE- Asia

Proximate analysis of the two coal samples Prof. Nikkam Suresh, CI 280. supplied by BCCL Sijua Area CONS/1327/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours 281. of gas detectors of Vovindpur Area, BCCL Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI CONS/1328/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours of gas detectors of Sudamdih Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI 282. Soft Mine, BCCL CONS/1329/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours of gas detectors of Kankanee 283. Colliery, BCCL CONS/1330/10-11

BCCL

BCCL

BCCL

Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI

BCCL

Investigation into the parameters for development of high capacity and high Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI 284. pressure main and auxiliary fans for mines CONS/1331/10-11 3D Numerical Modelling for subsidence 285. prediction Rajgamardip Side Block CONS/1332/10-11 Prof. U. K. Singh, CI

M/s Voltas Ltd.

M/s Monnet Ispat & Energy Ltd, N Delhi M/s Kaphila Industries Katras Dhanbad EIMCO Elecon (I) Ltd. Vidyanagar

Preparation of pre-feasibility from I Report Prof. Gurdeep Singh CI 286. for Coal washery of Kaphila Industries Dr. S. K. Gupta, CO-CI CONS/1333/10-11 Evaluation of performance of NVE dust suppression model EEIL DS 160 mm Blast 287. hole drill of EIMCO Elecon (I) Ltd. CONS/1334/10-11

Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI

Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours 288. of gas detectors of Methoni Colliery, ECL Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI CONS/1335/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours 289. of gas detectors of Bararee Colliery, BCCL Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI CONS/1336/10-11

ECL

BCCL

215

Sl. No. Title of the Project & Consultancy Number Coordinator & Team Members
Determination of some Mechanical projects of Cement capsules of Moonidih Colliery, Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI 290. BCCL as per DGMS guidelines CONS/1337/10-11 Determination of some physical and chemical properties of cement capsules of Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI 291. Moonidih colliery BCCL as per DGMS guidelines CONS/1338/10-11 Determination of some physical and chemical properties of cement capsules of Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI 292. M/s Safeline Dhanbad CONS/1339/10-11 Determination of some mechanical properties of cement capsules of 293. M/s Safeline Dhanbad CONS/1340/10-11 Shri P. K. Behera, CI

Client

WJ Area BCCL

WJ Area BCCL

M/s Safeline, Dhanbad

M/s Safeline, Dhanbad

Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours of gas detectors of Patmohana Colliery, ECL Shri P. K. Behera, CI 294. CONS/1341/10-11 Analysis of coal sample for UHV 295. calculation and grade estimation CONS/1343/10-11 Prof. V. K. Saxena, CI

ECL

BCCL

Analysis of Referee coal sample of BCCL Prof. T. Sharma, CI 296. for UP TPS, BCCL, Koyla Bhawan Dhanbad Prof. T. Kumar, CO-CI CONS/1344 Report on air pressure on 16/2/2011 of 297. Basantimata Hard Coke Enterprizes CONS/1345/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours 298. of gas detectors of Roy Bachra Colliery, CCL CONS/1346/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours 299. of gas detectors of Patherkhera Area, WCL CONS/1348/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours 300. of gas detectors of Phularitand Colliery, BCCL CONS/1349/10-11 Evaluation of Performance and Behaviours 301. of gas detectors of Chirimiri Area SECL , CONS/1350/10-11 Evaluation of performance and behaviours of samples of self contained self rescuers Model Raksha Kavach (Chemical Type self generating oxygen self rescuers supply by 302. the office of Superintendent of Police, CBI Dhanbad CONS/1351/10-11 Prof. Gurdeep Singh, CI

BCCL Basantimata Hard Coke Enterprises CCL

Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI

Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI

WCL

Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI

BCCL

Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI

SECL

Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI

Superintendent of Police CBI Dhanbad

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6.2 Professional Development Programme The Continuing Education Wing of the Executive Development Centre organized a wide range of activities for meeting the specific objectives of continuing education. During the year 2010-2011 22 Professional Development Programmes (including 3 off-campus and one DST course) were conducted for executives of various Government, Public Sector and Private Sector companies. During the year 277 executives were trained (381 participantweeks) and the value of these training programmes was about ` 102.4 lakhs. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES HELD DURING APRIL 2010 AND MARCH 2011
Sl No Course Number and period PROGRAMME COORDINATOR(S) (Department/Centre) No. of participants Weeks

1.

CONS/1056/10-11 09/4/10 to 14.04.2010

Mines Inspectors of Jharkhand Govt. Officers Best Blasting Practices for Improved Productivity in Open Cast & Underground Mines “Mining Technology” Mining Inspectors of Jharkhand Power Hydraulics in HEMM Opening of Captive Coal Mining Projects for NTPC Executives (Off Campus Course)

Prof. M. Jawed, CI, Dept. of ME

12

1 week

CONS/1059/10-11 20/4/10 to 2. 24/4/2010 CONS/1055/10-11 22/4/10 to 27/4/2010

Dr. Dheeraj Kumar, CO-CI, Dept. of ME Prof. M. Jawed, CI, Dept. of ME Prof. K. Dasgupta, CI Dept. of ME&MME

16

1 week

3.

12

1 week

CONS/1063/10-11 26/4/10 to 4. 30/4/2010 CONS/1064/10-11 3/5/10 to 5. 5/5/2010

15

1 week

Prof. M. Jawed, CI, Dept. of ME

17

3 Days

CONS/1099/10-11 Residential Training of Zonal & Dy. Directors for Soft 28/6/10 to 6. Skills & General 30/6/2010 Development CONS/1157/10-11 Project Management and its Application in Coal Mining 8/7/10 to 7. Industry for 10/7/2010 BCCL Executives 8. CONS/1152/10-11 9/8/10 to 13/8/2010 Training/Workshop in Environmental Pollution Control Board

Prof. P. Pathak, CI, Dept. of MS

30

3 Days

Prof. K. Mukherjee, CI, Dept. of MS

11

3 Days

Prof. G. Singh, CI, Dept. of ESE Prof. C. Bhar, CI Prof. K. Mukherjee, CO-CI, Dept. of MS

13

1 Week

CONS/1248/10-11 Overall Project Planning for 23/8/10 to 9. NHPC Executives 27/8/2010

15

1 Week

217

CONS/1171/10-11 30/8/10 to 10. 5/9/2010

Training Programme and Study Tour on Sustainable Management of Mineral Resources in Nigerian Mining Sector

Prof. G. Singh, CI, Dept. of ESE

13

1 Week

Method of Working, CONS/1182/10-11 Ventilation Safety and 6/9/10 to 11. Maintenance of Machineries 11/9/2010 in U/G Metal Mines CONS/1169/10-11 23/8/10 to 12. 2/10/2010 CONS/1243/10-11 22/11/10 to 13. 26/11/10 CONS/1354/10-11 21/12/10 to 14. 23/12/10 CONS/1355/10-11 5/1/11 to 15. 7/1/2011 CONS/1286/10-11 10/1/11 to 16. 12/1/2011 CONS/1306/10-11 3/1/11 to 17. 4/1/2011 CONS/1324.10-11 21/2/11 to 25/2/2011 Advances in Mine Surveying Technology

Prof. D. C. Panigrahi, CI, Dept. of ME

13

1 Week

Prof. P. P. Bahuguna, CI Dr. Dheeraj Kumar, CO-CI, Dept. of ME Prof. K. Dasgupta, CI Dr. A. R. Dixit, CO-CI Dept. of ME&MME Prof. P. Pathak, CI Dr. S. Singh, CO-CI Dept. of MS Prof. P. Pathak, CI Dr. S. Singh, CO-CI Dept. of MS Prof. V. Kumar, CI Dr. J. Kumar, CO-CI Dept. of ECE Prof. S. Laik, CI Prof. V. P. Sharma, CO-CI, Dept. of PE Prof. A. K. Mukhopadhyay, CI, Dept. of ME&MME Prof. S. Bhattacharya, CI, Dept. of FME Prof. S. Laik, CI, Prof. V. P. Sharma, CO-CI, Dept. of PE Prof. S. Laik, CI, Prof. V. P. Sharma, CO-CI, Dept. of PE

22

6 Week

Hydraulics in Mining Equipments

14

1 Week

Managerial Effectiveness Through Self Awareness Managerial Effectiveness Through Self Awareness (Money received during 2011-12 financial year) Fiber Optic Sensors & Their Industrial Applications Offshore Oil & Gas Operations.

10

3 Days

21

3 Days

13

3 Days

15

2 Days

18.

Advances in Mine Workshop Practices

9

1 Week

CONS/1342/10-11 21/3/11 to 19. 25/3/2011 CONS/1356/10-11 1/1/11 to 20. 2/1/2011 CONS/1287/10-11 17/1/11 to 21. 21/1/2011

Coal Preparation

19

1 Week

Off Campus course on Offshore Oil Well Drilling Off Campus course on Fundamentals of Marine Drilling Operations for OIL Executives

15

2 Days

1 Week

218

CONS/1352/10-11 30/3/11 to 22. 2/4/2011

Off Campus Course on Equipment Selection and Flowsheet Design for Coal Preparation and Mineral Processing

Prof. S. Bhattacharya, CI, Dept. of FME

4 Days

A special in-campus course was conducted exclusively for DST officers by Applied Geology Department. The detail is given below:
Sl No Course Number and period PROGRAMME COORDINATOR(S) (Department/Centre) No. of participants Weeks

1.

CONS/EDP/2/ DST/ AGL/2010-11

A Primer on Mineral Geostatistics under the DST Govt. of India Scheme National Programme for Training of Scientists and Technologists working in the Government Sector

Prof. B. C. Sarkar, CI, Dept. of AGL

26

1 week

219

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INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES

CENTRAL LIBRARY (Official Website: http://www.ismlib.ac.in) The Central Library is a part and parcel of Indian School of Mines with direct connections to all departments. The library with its new building, expanded up to the fourth floor, accommodates about 300 readers for study. The main sections of the library are:
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Circulation Desk cum Central Reading Area Reference cum SRB Section Newspaper - magazine Section Journal Section Book Acquisition Section Technical Processing Section Open Reading Hall Photocopy Section

During the academic year 2010-11 the library served about 500 users a day. The library opened for seven days a week except on national holidays. On weekdays the library was open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. while on Saturdays and Sundays it was open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Open Reading Hall was kept open from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. The library's growing document collection accounts for about 89460 books, 5684 PhD theses and M.Tech./M.Sc.(Tech.) dissertations, and 34000 journal bound volumes. The CD/DVD collection is more than 1400, comprising books, abstracts, journals, teaching aids and so on. During this academic period, 2771 books were added to the library holding. The library's automation progressed further with the incorporation of new HP PCs, facilitating library jobs. All records of library collection are accessible online through Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) touch-screen kiosks connected to the library's LAN. 'Browse', 'Search', and many more facilities in the OPAC module of LIBSYS Library Management Software enabled the users to find out records on their own, saving their time and effort. The library maintained electronic databases of its printed resources - books, reference books, journal loose issues cum bound volumes, theses, dissertations, reports, conference proceedings, standards and journal articles. All these databases also remained 220

The links to online journals and databases accessible were through library's website. dissertations. IISc Bangalore. The floor of the Central Reading Area got renovated with glossy tiles. ACM Digital Library. The Centre is a central facility unit and caters to the computing needs of the ISM community. All processes at Book Acquisition Section ordering. The speed of searching enhanced reference service delivery. Science Direct. the library for the first time subscribed to Science Direct Freedom Collection journal database for the year 2011. It would ease the space crunch during semester exams. namely. lighting and cooling. It provides two types of services. PhD theses. furniture. COMPUTER CENTRE The Computer Centre was established in the year 1987. students and research scholars. the Central Library also puts into use a new. etc were done through Libsys Library Management Software. At Technical Processing Section books. All documentation jobs and processes of journal subscription at the Journal Section proceeded through Libsys Library Management Software. JCCC@INDEST. The library also embarked upon refurnishing the first floor of old building with provisions of enough space. The Central Library ensured error-free barcode based circulation system of library documents to save the users time. network services and lab services. once completed the Reference cum SRB Section would relocate over here. EBSCO.available over the Internet through the library's official website. quick posting of library dues and fast settlement of no-dues to out-going students. As the library allowed its readers open access to the documents it regularly organized its printed resources on racks and shelves for better access. IEL Online. bill processing. The library provided online access to nearly 18000 online journals with full text-image articles to the faculty members. ASME. This link enabled the users to download articles at ISM as well as to register their requests for hardcopies to IITs. etc. AIP/ APS. With coverage across all subjects it opened up a huge resource required for research and academic activities of ISM. ASCE. spacious circulation desk to ease the circulation transactions at rush hours. Inter-library loan service through JCCC@INDEST link remained as popular as ever among the users. Apart from this. students as well as faculty. 221 . The library enrolled new members. The library tried to maintain a congenial study and work environment despite space and seating capacity crunch and decrease in library staff. and ACS became useful. etc. SpringerVerlag. OnePetro. The section displayed more than 300 journals for reference services. were labeled with system-generated barcodes. In addition. handing out new bar-coded membership cards.

Carpentry. for national level competitions. hostels. Web access is provided through proxy servers. Casting and Machining. It provides good facilities for Forging. Computer practical classes of undergraduate/postgraduate are being conducted here. Many students fabricate various equipments e. Band Saw (wood cutting machine). Students Attendance Monitoring and Computer Maintenance Monitoring are conducted by the centre.g. surface flatness and gear tooth thickness / circular pitch measuring instruments e. The Centre conducts computer training programmes for ISM staff members from time to time.MIG. but configure it to get IP address automatically. such as. Linux and Windows labs. Research scholars of the different departments also fabricate equipments and components for their research work. Institutional jobs. Variable Microscope and Auto Collimator are important measuring instruments. Each year a number of students also carry out B Tech and M. administrative sections. whereas residential connectivity is provided through ADSL. air tunnels etc. Template based gas cutting machine and Power Press machine are important facilities. residence of faculty members and officers. The consultancy is also provided by the faculty to industries according to their needs. Gear Tooth Vernier Calipers. The Centre is running a DHCP server for its campus users. CENTRAL WORKSHOP The workshop of the School has a wide range of manufacturing facilities catering to the needs of undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as research scholars. 365 days a year. There is also a Dimensional Metrology Laboratory in which variety of linear. CNC turning (trainer) and CNC milling (trainer) machines. Online tests for placements of students are also arranged here. The Departments and hostels are connected to the Computer Centre through Gigabit switches. of India. Fitting and Sheet Metal working. central library. The Centre provides internet services 24 hours a day. angular. TIG. It also provides excellent facilities for Welding. There is a sophisticated Computer Aided Manufacturing laboratory consisting of latest CAM Software. Users need not assign a static IP to their system. Tool & Cutter grinding machine. It supports campus wide fiber optic LAN (2500 nodes) that connects all the academic departments/centres. Sometimes short-term training courses for engineers/officers/executives related to manufacturing process/workshop technology are also conducted on demand.g. Tech Projects related to the manufacturing in the workshop. Every year around 850 first year undergraduate students are imparted hands-on training on basic manufacturing facilities and around 60 students of pre-final year Mechanical and Mining Machinery are imparted hands-on training on advanced manufacturing and dimensional measuring facilities. Surface Planer machine.The Centre has a number of state-of-the-art servers. Internet access is provided to all the users through the link provided by BSNL under the project NMEICT of Govt. Induction melting furnace. 222 . SAW welding machines. Gear hobbing and Gear shaping machines. robots.

B) 1. In addition to the SMO and LMO. fixtures and components (of machines) of different departments of the School are also repaired and manufactured in the workshop on demand. an ENT Specialist. Inclusion of other hospitals at New Delhi Centre of Sight (for Ophthalmological treatment) Delhi Heart & Lung Institute (for Cardiological/Pulmonary treatment. Rapid prototyping machine. 4. CNC Turn-Mill Centre. a Psychiatrist. Kumar for both morning and evening shifts. HEALTH CENTRE ISM Health Centre provides medical care to Students. Non-contact type Profilometer. Metallurgical microscope etc. AGV. Dr. Max Devki Devi & other Hospital chain in Max Hospital at Delhi for 223 . Asarfi Hospital. J. Dhanbad. Kumar visits ISM Health Centre. From times to time patients are being referred for their treatment in above hospitals. Jalan Hospital. A) Inclusion of Local Hospital at Dhanbad 1. Officers and Staff including their dependant family members. In absence of SMO/LMO. retired employees with their spouses have also been included for medical treatment. following Specialists visit ISM Health Centre periodically: a Homoeopath. Teachers. an Eye Specialist. A new workshop building has come up. The procurement of other manufacturing facilities like Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM). Sliding Surface & Screw Cutting lathe is under progress. morning and evening respectively. 3. a Gynecologist. Dhanbad. Dhanbad Pragati Hospital. .Various types of furniture. 2. a Cardiologist. From the year 2000. The procurement of various advanced manufacturing facilities like Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS). has been started. Dhanbad. JIMS Hospital. Tech UG students in this building. 2. an Orthopedic Surgeon. The training on TIG and MIG Welding machines as well as on dimensional measuring instruments is being provided to B. 3. J. CNC Controlled Plasma Cutting machine. Die-Sinking EDM. a Dental Surgeon. two Physiotherapists and Dr. two Pathologists.

29th January'2011. Barrackpore. Shri Sarwar Imam. and Annual Gym Competition. the cases are referred either to Central Hospital (BCCL) or PMCH. The centre successfully organized the 82nd Annual Sports Meet on 28th . Dhanbad for Indoor/Outdoor treatment. IGIMS. Sports and Physical Education Centre organized all its internal Tournament like Inter Year Football Tournament. Hospital Kolkata viz. Investigations required for the patients are carried out at reputed centres from the list of approved panel. From times to time patients are being referred for their treatment in the above hospitals. Ranchi PGI Chandigarh etc. AIIMS. Govt. Dy. Dhanbad. Handball Tournaments. Bangur Institute of Neurology & SSKM. Ranchi are also under process for inclusion in ISM panel for treatment of ISM employees. Disha Eye Hospital. Lucknow. Chennai. Inclusion of hospitals at Kolkata 1. reimbursement is made. Apolo Hospital. Moscow Olympic gold medalist in Hockey on 28th January in presence of Prof. Peerless Hospital. Sankara Nethralaya. Inter Year Volleyball Tournament. Inter Year Basketball Tournament. In situation where a second opinion is necessary. T Kumar Director. 2. 4. For patients who prefer Ayurvedic treatment. on advice of CHD/Specialists and as per decision of the Medical Board. 224 . RMCH. New Delhi. It was inaugurated by Shri Sylbanous Dung Dung. Open Badminton Tournaments. BGH Bokaro. SPORTS AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION CENTRE Like previous years. Kolkata for general purpose. Tennis Tournaments. Medicines are dispensed from the Health Centre. The Mission Hospital. Ranchi. During the year patients were referred to the different Centres for specialised treatment as mentioned above. Patna and CIP. they are referred to Ayurvedic Dispensary (BCCL). This is applicable also to all retired Employees. Kolkata. D) Inclusion of hospital at Durgapur 1.treatment of cardiological Problems and other general diseases. Kolkata for Eye treatment only. Complicated cases are referred to CMCH. On an average 200-250 patients visit ISM Health Centre daily. SGPGIMS. For medicines that are not available in the Health Centre. Durgapur. C) Mohinder Hospital for General treatment. Ranchi and Kashyap Eye Hospital. Vellore.

K. people witnessed tough and excellent action of 18 Olympic events for men and 12 for women apart from 6 non-Olympic events. students were awarded with medals/prizes and finally on 29th January at 5 PM. Shri P. 3rd year (7) B. facultyofficer race. T. Singh. Former Advisor. in the closing ceremony. staff race. Art. Basketball. Athletics and Yoga. (1) M. The programme commenced with march past by as many as nine teams namely. Prof. tug of war. fastest man and woman. six part time coaches were engaged from the month of September 2010 for three months. (5) B. Best Athlete (Men): Jointly Shri Arun Tej and Shri Abhishek Agarwal Best Athlete (Women): Miss Indumati E st st To improve the sports potentials of the ISM students. student and enthusiastic crowds. Phil. Cricket. Volleyball. Tech. Tech.Tech. Tech. Gurdeep Singh. of Jharkhand.Director. Registrar gave away the Prizes to the winners. Sc. Lahiri. Kumar. Culture and Sports Govt. such as. and medals by Shri R. children race etc. President SPEC and other dignitaries. Tech. Prof. the officials. During the course of organizing events. R. the best athletes (Men and Women). During the two-day mega event. Inter year/Open Tournament: Scuffle-2. Sachdeva. K. 2nd year (8) B.Tech. The students were coached in games.) M.Sc. Chairman EB & GC.(Tech.Vandana Meena pair defeated Sayonama Kisko . President SPEC and Col (Retd.2011 and in single final Sayonama Kisko and Pouloma Chakraborty adjusted winner and runners up respectively. and Research scholar (2) MBA (3) M. 225 . 1 Year) Overall Champion team Men: B. C. Dean. Prof. Final year (6) B. 1 Year Overall champion team Women: M.) (4) M. Sc. mementos. Venugopal.Tech. K. Main Features:       Fastest Man: Shri Arun Tej (B. Boxing/Wushu. faculties. in presence of Director Prof. 2nd Year) Fastest Woman: Miss Indumati E (B. In the doubles final Bonny Dayal . staff were felicitated with trophies. B. Sarkar.Pouloma Chakraborty Pair..Tech.02.0 Girls Open Badminton Tournament was organized on 23. 1st year and (9) Preparatory. Ministry of Coal. M.

Squash. under the aegis of Association of Indian Universities. Table Tennis (Boys and Girls). of India. It is a matter of pride Ms Indumati E. Squash were held at ISM from 12-26 February.Inter University Participation/Extra Mural Participation ISM Football team participated in the East Zone Inter University Football Tournament organized by BIT Meshra. In this sports meet. Apart from this. DGMS. President. Volleyball ISM and BIT Patna NIT Jamshedpur were winner and runner up respectively. T. Shri Sunil Kumar Barnwal. In Badminton Guru Khalsa (Men) and NIT Jamshedpur (women) were the winners. Director General. Basketball (Women) BIT Patna and ISM. In Cricket: ISM A and BIT Patna and ISM A. SPEC and many other dignitaries were present during the events.Sarkar. the convener of this Festival. Deputy Commissioner of Dhanbad. was held from 6 April to 10th April. Prof. Basketball (Men) NIT Jamshedpur and ISM.Kumar. Ranchi. The 60 member squad of ISM students took part at the SPARDHA'2011 held from 21st to 24th February at IT BHU where ISM players displayed their potentials in almost all the games that they had participated in. Chess along with many other leisure games and workshops were held under PARAKRAM'11. Athletics. Basketball (Boys and Girls). Gym Competition. B. Director ISM gave away the prizes to the recipients. has inaugurated the Fest on 5th April.C. 275 participants came from outside ISM to participate in the various events like Cricket. As per the orders of the Govt. Volleyball (Boys and Girls). the convenor of this Festival and many other dignitaries were also present during the prize distribution ceremony. Badminton (Boys and Girls). and Prof. of ISM was selected as the Best Women Athlete of the said festival. Prof. Prof. Football. an All India Inter Technical Annual Sports Fest of ISM. 33rd National Games A few events of 33 National Games like Netball. Home Ministry the section 226 th rd . In the closing ceremony Shri Satish Puri. Gurdeep Singh. Gurdeep Singh. HINDI CELL The Hindi Cell of ISM Dhanbad is playing a significant role to make Rajbhasha an important part in ISM. ISM provided accommodation to all the athletes including the officials of the different games that were held at Dhanbad. Organization of All India Inter Technical Institution Sports Meet PARAKRAM'2011 Parakram.

A Liaison Officer of the rank of Asstt.organizes meetings of official language implementation Committee. The activities were organised for both Hindi and non-Hindi groups. The main function of Hindi cell is to provide translation of English version of annual reports. Prize Distribution Ceremony was organized on the 15 of September as 'Pakhwar Samapan'. It was organized for students. Registrar is looking after the activities of the Cell. Hindi debate competition and essay writing competition. every employee of ISM is requested to encourage their Hindi knowing staff to use Hindi for their notes and simple drafts. To th encourage the participants. According to bilingual policy. such as. The cell also performs all type of translation work. ensures progressive use of Hindi in day-to-day official work. Moreover the Hindi cell sends reports at the end of every quarter to the Ministry. In compliance with the orders issued by Govt. of India are replied in Hindi as per the administrative instructions. files and circulars relating to the work conducted by it. All letters received in Hindi from individuals as well as Govt. The participants actively engaged themselves in events. of India home ministry Rajbhasha Vibhag 'Hindi Pakhwara' was organized in the first two weeks of September 2010. and staff members as well. 227 . annual audit report. SC/ST Welfare Cell A separate cell is functioning under Deputy Registrar (Establishment) to effectively implement the reservation policy of the Government of India. issued from time to time by University/UGC/MHRD/GOI. officers. The Hindi section maintains papers.

Venugopal Prof. K. Sarkar Department AGL A.0. Panigrahi Prof. Sharma Prof. Laik Prof. Paul Prof.2 ACADEMIC PROFESSOR Sl No. Chattopadhyay Prof.N. Gurdeep Singh Prof. V. Kampan Mukherjee Prof. U. P. P. A. A. R. S. Y. S. Dhar Prof. PERSONNEL (As on 31. Basu Prof. Agrawal Prof. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Name Prof. Kumar (Director) Prof. R. Phy. C. P. Chattopadhyay Prof. ME ME ME ME&MME Electronics Engg. R. S.1 ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATION Director Dean (Faculty & Planning) Dean (Academic) Dean (Research & Development) Dean (Students' Welfare) Professor of Continuing Education & Professor-in-Charge (Trg & Placement) Librarian : : : : : : Prof. B. Singh Prof. A. Venugopal Prof. R .P. Maths. T. B. Gupta Prof. Singh Prof.2011) 8. K. A. Jawed Prof. C.K. Sarkar Prof.K. Kumar Prof. D.S.8. Mukherjee Prof. T. K. Chattopadhyay Prof.K. Laik Department ME&MME ME&MME PE AGP ME HSS MS FME ESE PE Sl No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Name Prof.03. Phalguni Sen Prof. A. M. PCE AGL 228 . V P Sharma : Vacant 8.

Phy. 1. Chair. N. Pal Prof. S. A. 20. 29. 41. A. K. P.L. K. K. K. Jana Prof. ESE NMDC Chair. Bhattacharya Prof. 30. G. P. Phy. B. T. A. Priye Department AGP A. K. N. D. Bhattacharya Prof. L. 24. Singh Prof. S. Sadhu Prof. V. V. ME CIL. 39. Venkatesh Prof. A. M. Electrical Engg. Maths. S. A. R. Chandan Bhar Prof. Dasgupta Prof. Mohanty Prof. Upadhyay Prof. (Mrs. Gupta Department SAIL Chair. Name Prof. Somnath Pan Prof. S. Kumar Prof.K. R. 5 6 Name Dr. S. Biswas Prof. N. S.S. Asthana Prof. 17. K. 11. K. FME ME AGL A/Chem. 229 . 8. Basu Prof. ME PROFESSOR (under CAS) Sl No. Udayabhanu Prof. A. Ramachandran Department Rajiv Gandhi Chair. Mukherjee A. P. Srivastava Prof. FME Uranium Chair. 7. Sastry Prof. Mohanty Prof. K. 18. Electronics Engg. G. Pattanayak Prof. FME Sl No. FME MS AGP AGL AGL Sl No. K. Srivastava Prof. Suresh Prof. 4. Chem. P. Choudhuri Prof. FME ME&MME ME A. 28. Pathak Prof. Chem. Prof. 45. 5. J. P. A. 46. Pathak Prof. Verma Prof. Sarkar Prof. K. Mukhopadhyay ME&MME Prof. A. 9. 27. K. ESE ME&MME MS A. 1 2 3 4 Name Prof. Das Prof. 44. V. Misra Prof. 14. A. S. 33. C. ESE A. P. 10. T. 25. R. Nirala Department FME FME CSE Electronics Engg. Saxena Prof. 47. Manam Prof. (Mrs. V. 2. Chatterjee Prof. Electrical Engg. V. A. P. Gupta Prof. 19. K. 15.CHAIR PROFESSOR Sl No. Jha Prof. 32. K. R. S. 42. 12. 40. Name Prof.S. Agrawal Prof. Murthy Prof. J. Maths. Phy. 26. K. Mandre Prof.) D. Maths. ME&MME A. A. 3. 37. Electronics Engg. Maity Prof. Pal Prof. P. 13. 23. N. PE MS MS Electrical Engg. P. A. Maths. Pathak Prof. B. 35. 34. K. G. Electronics Engg. 21. AGL CSE AGP Electronics Engg. 6. 16. Sharma Prof. Shalivahan Prof. A. 48. 31. Maths. D. G. 36. 22. N. Maths.S.B. Pathak Prof.) B. G. R. A. 43. M. V. A. Bahuguna Prof. 38. S. Mitra Prof. Mukherjee Prof. D. R. S. Seth Prof. Chem. ME Tata Steel Chair.

N.Chem. Mahendra Yadav Dr. 18. Choudhury Dr. S. ESE Electrical Engg. 19. K. 34. A. P. 6. Chatterjee Dr. A. 35. Singh Dr. S. 28. P. 32. S. K. 16. 5. Vikas Mahto Dr. Name Dr. 2. 3. K. Sandeep Mandal Dr. Behera Dr. 20. 24. S. Rohit P. (Mrs. Dubey Dr. Ajay Mandal Dr. N.) Saumya Singh Dr. K. 22. K. S. P. 17. K. K. 4. Gupta Dr.Maths. CSE EE AGL MS A. John Dr. Dheeraj Kumar Dr. Behura Dr. K. 23.) Keka Ojha Dr. S. PE PE PE ESE ME AGP 230 . 7. Mukhopadhyay Dr. 21. Singh (APW) Dr. Chatterjee Dr. Akhilesh Prasad Dr. 27.Maths. 38. Mojibur Rahman Dr. Chakarabarti Dr. M. (Mrs. Tiwari Dr. Singh Dr. 14. Jain Dr. A. N. Chranjeev Kumar Dr.) Rima Chatterjee AGP Dr. Sharma Dr. Mukherjee Dr. 33. 26. 37. HSS ESE AGP A. B. 29. A. 11.Phy. Ghosal Dr.Chem. Bhattacharya Dr. 31. K. 13. S. Singh Roy Dr. Kailash Jha Department ME ME MS ME&MME Sl No. K. (Mrs. ME&MME ME&MME Dr. Chattopadhyay Dr. B. 1. 10. P. M. K. S. 39.Maths. Vinayak Ranjan Department AGL HSS HSS A. Mishra Shri P. 9. 8. 12. 30.) Rajni Singh Dr. 36. R. 25. 15. K.ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR / ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (UNDER CAS) Sl No.Maths. K. Biswajit Paul Dr. (Mrs. K.Chem. P. ME&MME A. Khan ESE ME&MME ME&MME CSE MS A. M. Singh Dr. K. Name Dr. A.

25. 2.Phy. Sanjoy Mandal Dr. Badam Singh Kushvah Dr.Phy.Maths. ME A. M. Singh Dr. Singh Dr. (Ms. 47. 8. Antony Dr. 36. 17. S. D. 39. Shashi Dr. 43.Phy. A. K. AGL EE* MS CSE PE ME&MME ESE EE** A. Haider Banka Dr.Phy. 14. 33.Chem. 6. 10.) Shalini Gautam Dr.) Mitali Sen Dr. (Mrs. Sagar Paul Dr. 20. S. Niladari Das Shri B. A. A. 41. K. Name Dr. M. Mukherjee Dr. 21. Kar Dr. Alok Sinha Dr. ESE 231 . Bobby K. Vipin Kumar Department A. 26. 13.Maths.Math. R. Santanu Dwari Dr. Sushrut Das Dr. Paul Dr. 50. 1. Ansumali Dr. S.) Abha Rani Shri Sachin Tripathi Dr. 24. Choudhary Dr. A. R.Chem. K. 27. Barun Pratihar Dr. Singh Dr. 49. Singh Dr. ME&MME EE* A. Sl No. A. P. B. P. 42.ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Sl No. Das Dr. Bhaumik Dr. Dixit Dr. Sukanta Dey Dr. Swapan Dey Department AGP EE AGL A. Mishra Dr.Maths. K. 28. Syed T. S. CSE AGL ME A. P. Sahendra Singh Dr. 34. Jitendra Kumar Dr. A. Chandan Guria Dr. 44. 45. Tanmoy Maity Dr. K. Ganananadh Budi Dr. 31. Rai Dr. Nitai Pal Dr. 40.Phy. Mrinalini Pandey Dr. Hassan Dr. 19. A. Sarangi Dr. 23. 29. 37. U. 5.Math. 18. K. (Mrs. Subindu Kumar Dr. V. 11. Choudhary Dr. Ghosh Dr. ME&MME ESE MS MS ME A. EE* EE* A. V. S. 32. Jayswal Dr. 22. 35. 16. ME&MME ME ME&MME FME ME AGL A. Name Dr. V. 48. Bijay Mihir Kunar Shri Alok Kumar Das Dr. K. 12. EE* AGL CSE ME A. K. K. 15. Hari Om Dr. Rao Dr. 38. 4. K.Phy. 3. 46. 7. EE** EE* A. 30. Pankaj Mishra Dr. 9.

N. 14. Registrar Technical Officer Technical Officer Research Officer Programmer Sports Officer Dr. P. 9. 17. Praveen Kumar Shri Anil Kumar Department Registrar Dy. Acharya Department Asstt. Registrar Asstt. Raghuwanshi Dr. (Mrs. 7. 63. S. Shri R. 2. EE* EE* FME EE** CSE EE** A. P. Shailesh Kumar Dr. 53. P. Librarian System Manager Sl No. Mishra Shri Rakesh Soni Shri K. K. P. Sikandar Azam Dr. 61. Mahato Shri A. Gupta Shri H R Singh Dr. 11.) M. 58.S. T. K. Aju Aravind Dr.03. 67. Registrar Shri M S Champia Ms. Barnwal Asstt. (Elect.C. 70. Tripathi Shri Arobindo Ghosh Dr. NON-TEACHING EMPLOYEES GROUP 'A' AS ON 31. 4.Chem. 71. Mathur Dr. Name Col. U. A. Name Shri A. 56. 10. De Shri S.Chem. 15. P. Haripada Nayak Electrical Engg. 12. 20. Banerjee Lady Medical Officer Shri R. Naick Dr. 18. Naiya Dr. 24. Registrar 22. Kaur Asstt. 66. K. Dr. Sharma Dr. N. 23. Verma Shri Dipankar Ray Shri D.) 13. ME&MME A. Mahato Shri A. Medical Officer 21. K. Dwivedi (on lien) Asstt. S. 3.2011 Sl No. Registrar Shri Shailendra Bhatia AWS Shri S. Murthy Shri A. Rao Shri Amgoth Tarachand Shri V. 68. Shri Babulal Rajk 232 . K. Librarian Asstt. 8. (Retd. K. HSS ME&MME CSE CSE PE CSE PE EE** 62. Mitra Dr.Chem. Registrar Dy.Math. Registrar Asstt. L. Rajak Shri Rajendra Pamula Miss Archana Shri Sukanta Das EE* PE A. 64. K. Shantimoy Kundu Md.51. K. P. 69. Registrar Dy. 60. 16. 57. K. Somnath Yadav Dr. 59. 55. Engr. Asstt.) T. Singh Shri Y. Nandy System Analyst System Analyst Asstt. 5. K. 54.. C. K. 1. 25 26. EE** Shri Mrinal Sen Shri Rajeev Kumar Ranjan Shri Shatrughan Soren Shri Gauri Shankar Shri Sukomal Pal Shri B. P. Registrar Dy. Registrar Dy. 19. EE* Electronic Engg. (Civil) Sr. 52. Engr. 6. 65.

H. Date of Appointment 07. 22. ME Admin. Nayak Designation Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Registrar Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Registrar Assistant Professor Assistant Registrar Assistant Professor Asst. Electronics Engg.2011 Sl No.2010 01. Ganananadh Budi Shri A.2010 30. Applied Maths.09.) Applied Maths.04. Choudhary Dr.04.2010 25. 3.2010 03.11. 23. 1.11. 2. Santimoy Kundu Dr.2011 28.2010 13.2010 01.) Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Registrar Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Department/Sec PE ME AGL Admin.Chem.09.Chem. Mude Shri Saurabh Sahadev Shri Rajendra Pamula Col. (Retd.Recruitments during 01. 27.2011 233 .C.08. S. 8. 11. Gupta Dr. 19. R.2010 to 31. Rao Shri Amgoth Trachand Shri V. Electronics Engg.12.2010 07. M.11. 16.2010 07. K.K.S. 17.07. Singh Ms. CSE Applied Maths. 15.2010 03. Asst.02.06.2010 03. Ranjan Shri Shatrughan Soren Shri Gauri Shankar Shri B.02. 18.08. A.10.2011 21. Sahendra Singh Ms. Sukhninder Kaur Dr.2010 01. K. Naick Shri Sukomal Pal Dr. 9.09. 14. Aju Aravind Dr. Engineer (Elect.2010 09. ME&MME A. Singh Shri A. 4. 5.2010 24. 10. 26.2010 13.2010 15. K.P. Naiya Dr.03. K.2010 23.09.2010 01. Applied Chemistry ME ME Admin.2010 25. Electrical Engg. Mahato Shri A.2010 19. Barnawal Dr.04. 21. B. 28. 12. Rajak Shri R. PE Electrical Engg. 33. K.2010 13. Name Dr. Shailesh Kumar Md. N. K. Archana Shri Sukanta Das Shri Mrinal Sen Shri R.2011 22. T.05.07. HSS ME&MME CSE CSE PE PE PE CSE Admin. 30. K.10. Shashi Dr. 7. Sikandar Azam Dr. 34.09.2010 16.2010 26. 20. A. Choudhary Shri Babulal Rajak Dr. 13.02.) M.02. Anurag Jayswal Dr.2010 02. 32.04.05.05. 29.2010 28. 6.09. Somnath Yadav Shri B.12. 24. P.04.2010 13.2010 30. 25. FME Electrical Engg.12.12. 31.2010 15.05.2010 06.07.2010 01.09. Engineer (Elect. K.2010 05.

2011 31. 21.2010 30. Ojha Designation UDC SO Peon SO Prof. 3. Sharma Dr. V.06. Attendant Assistant Dresser-cum-Dispenser Lib. N.2010 to 31.2010 31.02. Kumar Prof.07. 5.03.02.2010 30.04.05. Attendant Lab. Rajhans Shri Guru Mahato Shri Chandulal Hazra Shri Ramjee Das Shri S. N.2010 31. N. Upadhyay Shri Duryodhan Mandal Shri K.U. Singh Shri G.08. 10.07. Jha Shri Gautam Mitra Shri Murlidhar Mandal Shri Shashi Gope Shri Erias Toppo Shri V. Attendant Asstt.04.A.12.2011 28.2010 31. B.03. 19.03.06. L.07.2011 28. Roy Shri M.01.08.03.03. 20.2011 Sl No. 4.2011 31.2010 31. 17. 11. L. Section Central Library Applied Maths. 13.2011 Voluntary Retirement during 01. 14.M.2010 31.2010 31. 15. Asstt. 1. 16.04. I.2010 31.2011 31. 9.2010 30.01. ME C.12. Ghosh Shri V. MS Health Centre Health Centre Central Library ME Admin. 2.) Draftsman Professor Mali Peon Peon Mech.04. 18.A.02.2011 31. Singh Shri Kalo Baski Shri D. Name Shri Chandi Pd. 1. Attendant SO Sr. Jha Prof.2010 31.09. S. 2.2010 30. N. Admin.PA TA (Photo. M. 7. Valveman Semi Prof. K. Mahato Shri S. Assistant Professor Lab.02. 23.2010 30.2010 to 31. Rao Shri L.2010 31. 24. N.2011 28.2010 30.2010 234 .2011 28.04.2011 31.Retirement during 01. R.2011 Sl No. K. SSA LDC Department / Section EDC Admin.03.11.2010 14.10. R. C. Name Shri Muneshwar Prasad Shri C K Banerjee Designation UDC Assistant Department / Section EDC Admin Date of Voluntary Retirement 31. K. 8. Paswan Shri Mantu Turi Shri Gopal Ram Shri M. 22.09. Section DSW Office DSW Office Workshop Applied Chemistry C. Central Library AGL FME Date of Retirement 30. Applied Physics ME Applied Maths. 25. 12. 6.’A’ Lab.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Name Dr.2011 12-13 April 2010 18-29 October 2010 21-23 June 2010 16.2010 20. N. 2011 23-25 March. AMN Ghosh Chair Department / Section ME PE PE Admin.2011 to 01.02. Mude Prof. (Retd.05. Mandal Col. Gopinath Halder Dr. K. Admin. K.04. Sandhu Shri Saurabh Sahadev Shri R.2011 Trained during 01.2011 Sl No. Training Period 24-26 March. Lalita Topno Designation Associate Professor DEO LDC Department / Section Applied Chemistry Computer Centre Admin Date of Death 23. S.2011 Died during 01.02. 2011 24-26 March. K. Champia Shri Om Prakash Shri A. Admin.05.2010 to 31.Resigned during 01. Admin.2010 to 31.05. Admin.2011 6-9 January 2011 29. 2011 29.2010 30.2010 to 31. Admin.2010 18. Patra Designation Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Registrar Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Professor.2010 20.2011 Sl No. P. Sukhninder Kaur Shri Babulal Rajak Shri M. Admin.12. Kaushik Dey Dr.01. Debashree Trafdar Smt.09. S.) P.04. M.07.2010 04.2011 to 01.12. Sukhninder Kaur Shri Babulal Rajak Designation DR AR DR AR AR AR SO Computer Operator AR AR Department / Section Admin.2011 Sl No.04. Admin. Admin. S.01.03.07. PE PE PE Date of Resign 05. Mathur Shri Anil Kumar Shri Y.03.12. 1 2 3 Name Dr. S.2010 29. Murthy Ms. K. Vishwanatham Smt.03.03. Admin.2010 27.2010 09. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Name Dr.2010 235 . Paswan Ms. P.03.

Lok Sabha B-402. Delhi – 110 096 Shri Pashupati Nath Singh Member of Parliament. Road No. Ramkrishan Puram. Flats. 2010) Ms. Lodhi Road. IAS (Retd. T. S. Rao C/o Mr.) Chairman ISM GC & EB 8/2 Sarv Priya Vihar New Delhi – 110 016 REPRESENTATIVES OF THE PARLIAMENT (All from 29 Mar. B. S. 5. New Delhi – 110 003 Prof. Mabel Rebello Member of Parliament. Lok Sabha 13/601. Nagole Hyderabad – 500 035 236 . Rajya Sabha 701. Ph-I Extn.9. EXECUTIVE BOARD AND FINANCE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN Shri P. Lahiri. East End Apartments Mayur Vihar. M. Bishamber Das Marg New Delhi – 110 001 Shri Sanjay Bhoi Member of Parliament. Dr. Institutional Area. K. Brahmaputra. Jagdish Residency.0 MEMBERS OF GENERAL COUNCIL. Marg New Delhi – 110 001 NOMINEES OF CENTRAL GOVT. C. K. Sanat Kumar 501. Shri Tarun Das Chief Mentor Confederation of Indian Industries 23. K.

) Ministry of Mines. Hamid Ali Department of Petroleum Studies Aligarh Muslim University Aligarh – 202 002 NOMINEE OF ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION (AICTE) Prof. OF COAL) Dr. K.Prof. S. Plot No. Ayudh Vihar. Dwarka New Delhi – 110 078 Prof. of India Ministry of HRD Department of Higher Education Shastri Bhawan New Delhi – 110 115 237 . Narasimha Reddy Vice Chancellor . 3 Sector – 13. Wadhawan Director (Tech. Deptt. of Coal & Mines Shastri Bhawan New Delhi – 110 001 MINISTRY OF HRD Shri Ashok Thakur Special Secretary. NSIT. P. Ranjeet Singh (Ex-Director. JNTU Kukatapally. D. Hyderabad – 500 085 MINISTRY OF COAL & MINES (DEPT. Govt. Sharma Vice Chancellor Delhi Technological University Shahbad Daulatpur Delhi – 110 042 Dr. B. New Delhi) D-42.

Balyan Director (H. Vinod P. Secretary & Financial Advisor Govt. A.MINISTRY OF FINANCE Shri S K Ray Addl. 228. Central Zone Dhanbad – 826 001 NOMINEE OF INDIAN MINES MANAGERS’ ASSOCIATION Dr. of India. Amalendu Sinha Director Central Institute of Mining & Fuel research Barwa Road Dhanbad – 826 001 238 . Sinha Advisor Tata Steel Ltd. K.R.) Ministry of Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Ministry of HRD (Integrated Finance Division) Shastri Bhawan New Delhi – 110 115 MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM & NATURAL GAS Dr. 2nd floor. Corporate Centre Jamshedpur – 831 001 NOMINEE OF MGMI Vacant NOMINEE OF COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH Dr. New Delhi MINISTRY OF LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT Shri Rash Bihari Chakravorty Deputy Director General of Mines Safety Office of the DGMS.

Kolkata – 700 091 NOMINEE OF ONGC Dr. J. Kolkata – 700 016 NOMINEE OF HINDUSTAN COPPER LIMITED Shri A. Gajbhaiye Vice Chancellor Dr. Road. Tarun Chakraborty GGM-HOI. N. S. K.) NOMINEE OF CENTRAL GROUND WATER BOARD Shri Sanjib Chakraborty Hydro-geologist General Ground Water Board Eastern Region. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya Sagar – 470 003 (M. N. Hindustan Copper Limited Head Office 1. MUMBAI Vacant NOMINEE OF UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION Prof.P.NOMINEE OF GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA Director General Geological Survey of India 27. 10224 Kolkata – 700 019 NOMINEE OF EMPLOYERS FEDERATION OF INDIA. ONGC Academy KDMIPE Campus. Sen General Manager (Mines). 'Bhujalika' Sector-V. Ashutosh Chowdhury Avenue P. 9 Kaulagarh Road Dehradun – 248 135 239 . No. CP Block-6 Salt Lake City. B.

CMPDIL Shri Ashok Kumar Singh Chairman-cum-Managing Director Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Ltd. Kumar Director Indian School of Mines Dhanbad – 826 004 240 (from 01.2010) (up to 30.10. J. T. Masab Tank Hyderabad – 500 028 EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Shri S. Gondwana Place. Ranchi – 834 008 CONTROLLER GENERAL OF INDIAN BUREAU OF MINES Shri C.2010) . Khanij Bhawan 10-3-311/A. Gundewar Controller General Indian Bureau of Mines Indira Bhawan. Sibal Director General of Mines Safety DGMS Dhanbad – 826 001 Shri Satish Puri Director General of Mines Safety DGMS Dhanbad – 826 001 CHAIRMAN-CUM-MANAGING DIRECTOR.NOMINEE OF NMDC Shri Rana Som Chairman-cum-Managing Director NMDC Limited. Castle Hills. S. Civil Lines Nagpur – 440 102 Director ISM Prof.09.

Sarkar Dept. T. of Computer Science & Engg. of Management Studies ISM. Dhanbad Prof. Jawed Dept.2011) Prof. K.2. V. ISM. M. B. P.2010) (from 01.e. Dhanbad Prof.2010) . Sarkar Dept. Mohanty Dept. Chatterjee (up to 25. of Electronics Engineering ISM. P. of Mechanical Engg. Biswas (up to 15. of Applied Geophysics ISM. ISM. K. Pathak Dept. ISM.2010) Prof. Chandan Bhar Dept. A. of Electrical Engg. G. ISM. P. Dhanbad Prof.2010) Dept. of Mining Engg. ISM. P.10. of Fuel & Mineral Engg.10. S.2011) Dept.11. Dhanbad Prof. & Mining Machinery Engg. Dhanbad 241 (upto 31. K. ISM. Dhanbad Prof. Panigrahi Prof. C. D. Dhanbad Prof. Dhanbad Prof.HEAD OF FACULTY DEPARTMENT (i. of Applied Geology ISM. Pan (from 26. Kumar Dept.10. Dhanbad Prof. R.2. Dhanbad Prof. Jana (from 16. C. Nikkam Suresh Dept. K. Departments awarding degrees ex-officio) Prof. of Petroleum Engg.

2011) Associate Professor Dept. Dhanbad Prof. G. V.02.) M. Saxena (from 10. ISM.02. Singh (from 01. Dhanbad Prof.2011) Dept. of Applied Chemistry ISM. of Chemical Engg. Dhanbad TEACHERS’ REPRESENTATIVE Prof.) P.11. of Environmental Science & Engg. ISM. Dhanbad Prof. Kumar (up to 04. K. A.2010) Registrar Indian School of Mines. (Retd. of Humanities & Social Sciences ISM. Gurdeep Singh Dept. Behra (from 05. of Mining Engg. of Electronics Engg. K.2010) Dept. Manam Dept. Dhanbad ASSISTANT PROFESSORS’ REPRESENTATIVE Vacant Secretary Col.09. R. Dhanbad – 826 004 242 . Sandhu (up to 30. Udayabhanu Dept. Chattopadhyay Dept. K.10. Dhanbad Prof. J. V. K. S. Dhanbad Shri P. of Applied Mathematics ISM. Singh Dept. of Applied Physics ISM. (Retd.Prof. ISM. Dhanbad Prof. ISM.2010) Col.

S. Chanakyapuri New Delhi – 110 021. GOI (Bureau of Technical Education) Shri Ashok Thakur Special Secretary. GOI (Integrated Finance Div. K.MEMBERS OF EXECUTIVE BOARD Chairman (appointed by the Central Govt. Shri B. Secretary & Financial Advisor Govt. Tower-4. of India Ministry of HRD Department of Higher Education Shastri Bhawan.) Shri S. South City 375 Prince Anwar Shah Road Kolkata-700 068 243 . Lahiri. K. Wadhwan Former CMD. K. GOI Dr. HZL/Chairman.) Shri P. New Delhi – 110 016 Nominee of MHRD.) Chairman ISM GC & EB 8/2 Sarv Priya Vihar. C. Ray Addl. Ministry of HRD (Integrated Finance Division) Shastri Bhawan. Saha. IAS (Retd. Shri A. IAS (Retd. Nominee of Central Govt. Govt. PESB 3. Kautilya Marg. New Delhi – 110 001 Nominee of Central Govt. K. New Delhi – 110 115 Nominee of Ministry of Mines.) Flat-12 J. Wadhawan Director (T) Ministry of Mines Shastri Bhawan. of India. New Delhi – 110 115 Nominee of MHRD.

J. Kampan Mukherjee Dept.09.10. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kukatapally Hyderabad – 500 085 Nominee of General Council Prof. Ranchi – 834 008 Nominee of AICTE Prof. D. Hamid Ali Department of Petroleum Studies Aligarh Muslim University Aligarh – 202 002 Nominee of General Council Shri S.769008 Orissa Professors’ Representative Prof. Sunil Kumar Sarangi Director.2011) Director General of Mines Safety DGMS Dhanbad – 826 001 CMD. Gondwana Place.09. Ranchi (Ex-officio) Shri Ashok Kumar Singh Chairman-cum-Managing Director Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Ltd. Sibal (up to 30. Dhanbad 244 (up to 07. of Management Studies ISM. CMPDIL.2010) .2010) Shri Satish Puri (from 01. Narasimha Reddy Vice Chancellor.Nominee of AICTE Prof. National Institute of Technology Rourkela .

(Retd.2011) (upto 30. V. of Fuel & Mineral Engg.10) (from 01. R.2010) 245 . Dhanbad – 826 004 Associate Professors’ Representative Prof. Dhanbad Associate Professors’ Representative Shri P. Kumar Dept. ISM. Venugopal Deptt. ISM.02. Singh Registrar Indian School of Mines Dhanbad – 826 004 (from 08. T.) M.09. Dhanbad Assistant Professors’ Representative Vacant Director Prof.09.Professors’ Representative Prof. of Mining Engg. K. Behera Associate Professor Dept. K. Sandhu Col.02.2010) (up to 04.10.2011) (from 05. (Retd. of Electronics Engg. Kumar Director Indian School of Mines Dhanbad – 826 004 Registrar Col. S.) P. ISM.

) Chairman ISM GC & EB 8/2 Sarv Priya Vihar New Delhi – 110 016 Nominee of MHRD. DGMS. GOI (Bureau of Technical Education) Shri Ashok Thakur Special Secretary.2011) Director General of Mines Safety. Ministry of HRD (Integrated Finance Division) Shastri Bhawan New Delhi – 110 115 Nominee of Executive Board Shri B. K. South City 375 Prince Anwar Shah Road. of India Ministry of HRD Department of Higher Education Shastri Bhawan New Delhi – 110 115 Nominee of MHRD. GOI (Integrated Finance Div.09.) Flat-12 J.) Shri S.10. K. Dhanbad – 826 001 246 . IAS (Retd. Secretary & Financial Advisor Govt. Ray Addl. IAS (Retd. Lahiri. Tower-4. Kolkata-700 068 Nominee of Executive Board Shri S J Sibal (up to 30. Govt. Saha.2010) Shri Satish Puri (from 01. K.MEMBERS OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE Chairman Shri P. of India.

2010) 247 .09.10.2010) (from 01. S. (Retd. Sandhu Col. (Retd. T Kumar Director Indian School of Mines Dhanbad – 826 004 Registrar Col. K. Singh Registrar Indian School of Mines Dhanbad – 826 004 (up to 30.Director Prof.) M.) P.

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Annexure .I .

INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD ANNUAL ACCOUNTS FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2010 .2011 .

2011 INDEX SL NO Contents Balance Sheet Income & Expenditure Account Receipt & Payment Account Capital Fund Reserve & Surplus Earmarked/ Endowment Fund Current Liabilities & Provisions Fixed Assets Investments Current Assets. Loans & Advances Grants-in-Aid Fees from Students Interest Income Other Income Establishment Expenses Other Administrative Expenses Significant Accounting Policies Notes on Accounts GPF.CPF & DCPS Income & Exp A/c GPF.INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD ANNUAL ACCOUNTS 2010 .CPF & DCPS Receipt & Payment A/c 252 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Schedule Page No 256 260 264 I 268 II 269 III 272 IV 274 V 283 VI 285 VII 285 290 VIII 290 IX 291 X 292 XI 292 XII 293 XIII XIV 297 XV 299 304 306 307 . CPF & DCPS Balance Sheet GPF.

2011 .INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD BALANCE SHEET ST AS AT 31 MARCH .

76.30 XIV XV (DR. T.00 2.96.19.416.023.57 3.765.615.983.791.60.90 44.034.54 420.931.28.32.89.25.74.969.K.87.52 2.96.00 40.INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31ST MARCH 2011 CORPUS/ CAPITAL FUND AND LIABILITIES Sch No. M. ADVANCES TOTAL SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES NOTES ON ACCOUNTS V 1.663.023.04.045.395.570.425. REGISTRAR (FINANCE & ACCOUNTS) (COL.983.103.73 66.90.775.702.56.13.63.391.74 VI VII 549.11 29.350.SINGH) REGISTRAR (PROF.136.569.086.73 643.998.595.688.32.591.775.692.74 FIXED ASSETS Less PROVISION FOR DEPRECIATION NET BLOCK (FIXED ASSETS) INVESTMENTS CURRENT ASSETS.11 2. (Amount in `) Total Current Year (Amount in `) Total Previous Year 2010-11 2009-10 CAPITAL FUND RESERVE AND SURPLUS EARMARKED/ ENDOWMENT FUND CURRENT LIABILITIES AND PROVISIONS TOTAL ASSETS I II III IV 2.36 393.00 459.801.81.25.356. KUMAR) DIRECTOR 256 .524.21 24.25.00 1.41.306.24. PRAMOD MATHUR) DY.29 3.007. LOANS.761.01 2.73 54.731.045.83.90.73 95.30 2.10.61.

INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD INCOME & EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR 2010 .2011 .

98.87.25.25.47 8.51.30.33.12.47 73.48.03.00 3.472.429.43.00 1.086.36.000.00 61.599.827.00.659. M.686.30.911.00 71.651.61.02.00 7.00 67.00 4.124.96.INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31ST MARCH.549.43.18.33 EXPENDITURE Establishment Expenses Educational Expenses General Expenses Departmental Expenses Miscellaneous/ other Expenses Travelling Expenses Depreciation Total Axperditure (B) Excess of Income over Expenditure (A-B) Balance being surplus/(Deficit) carried to Endowment Fund A/c.99.52.55.434.00 5.29 0.71.17.52 39.65.585.547.236.30.04.00 52.K.60.30 87.107.301.90.04 1.156.99.214.83. 2010-11 2009-10 VIII 1.00 4.51.052.51.45.287.00. KUMAR) DIRECTOR 260 .11.314.67.47.00 7.028.177.34.00 6.04.47.009.00 8.62.38.19.135. PRAMOD MATHUR) DY.74.072.651.156.29 7. T.85.49.22.29.00 IX X XI 56.00 2.00 11.85.12 9.59.31.99.00 73.28.40.124.65.65. 2011 INCOME Grants-in-aid from MHRD.484.00 3.28.59.SINGH) REGISTRAR (PROF.00 69.075.76.738.05 1.231. REGISTRAR (FINANCE & ACCOUNTS) (COL.72.82 80.21 (DR.29.53. Significant Accounting Policies Notes on Accounts XI XII XII XIII XIV XV XVI 37. GOI Add: Unspent GIA of previous year transferred from Endowment Fund Less: Transferred to Capital Fund towards non recurring expenses Net Grants in Aid Fees from Students Interest Income Other Income Total Income (A) (Amount in `) (Amount in `) SCH Total Current Year Total Previous Year No.52 1.413.00 8.52 1.21 9.48.32.60.07.00 59.

2011 .INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD RECEIPT & PAYMENT ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR 2010.

00 31.00 2.30 2.35.969.59 29.59.00 1.84.459.998.39.84.515.95.314.07.00 0.00 5.533.INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD RECEIPT & PAYMENT ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31 MARCH 2011 RECEIPTS Opening Balances: (a) Cash in Hand (b) Cash at Bank / Post office Grants-in-aid from MHRD Investment Encashed Fees from Students Interest from Investments/ Advances Other Income Statutory & other Receipts/ Recoveries Recovery of Advances from Staff/ Suppliers/ Deposits Deductions in the Fixed Assets Additions to Earmarked Funds Research and Development Projects Consultancy and Testing Departmental Development Fund Fellowship and Associateship Professional Development Fund Additions to Capital/ Other Reserve Funds ST (Amount in `) (Amount in `) SCH Total Current Year Total Previous Year No.11.569. KUMAR) DIRECTOR 264 .70 14.643.07.075.086.387.00 3.05.00 1.183.84 1.11.64. T.91.578.00 7.50 39.60.095.18.38.95.12.410.08 30.00 4.00 3.287.78.045.60.00 3.635.00 1.55.51.00 2.911.53.00 87.214.686.04.64.00 1.41.55.48.005.65.600.24.46.00 18.25 VIII VI IX X XI IV VII V III IV IV II IV II I & II TOTAL PAYMENTS Establishment Expenses Educational Expenses General Expenses Departmental Expenses Travelling Expenses Miscellaneous/ other Expenses Investment of Funds/ Renewals Advances to Staff/ Suppliers/ Contractors/ Deposits Additions to Fixed Assets Transfer/ payment from Earmarked Funds Payment/Transfer from Capital Fund/School Development Fund Statutory & other payments Research and Development Projects Consultancy and Testing Departmental Development Fund Fellowship and Associateship Professional Development Fund Closing Balances: (a) Cash in Hand (b) Cash at Bank XII XIII XIII XIII XIII XIII VI VII V III I & II IV IV IV II IV II 37.40.00 25.26 6.32.854.05 1.83.35.07.00 84.247.00 2.24.659.107.656.30.59.87.04 1.00 54.64 5.85 31. M.70 18.341.47.48.413.74.30.29.07.82 80.509.96196.85.08.000.00 1.04.43.827.766.00 8.02.73.00 1.08.94.03.38.32.00 5.890.32.25.95.00 12.00.33.76.23.53.00 1.028.84 1.186.634.64.00 3.00 80.50 2.000.65.27.35.32.156. 2010-11 2009-10 1.19.00 4.766.009.44.53.00 2.106.17.903.61.547.33.55.00 22.25 VII TOTAL (DR.231.00 2.00 0.434.36.49.515.336.245.21.90 18.00 47.549.82.34 4.71.50.65.00 2.50 98.59 2.00 7.072.259. PRAMOD MATHUR) DY.90.00 26.516.91.65.000.49.35.38.766.06 15.11.29.90.676.05.96.236.945.58.54.00 21.32.88.13.992.711.736.00 71.05.62.322.719.36.49.00 76.578.225.969. REGISTRAR (FINANCE & ACCOUNTS) (COL.K.206.936.11.54.85.81.90.35.84 4.83.00 4.347.51.70.00 3.00 4.193.16 6.87.10.08.00 5.89.61.78.85.70 18.86.784.00 5.02.70 15.15.SINGH) REGISTRAR (PROF.472.00 8.00 52.23.00 4.54.52.55.

2011 .INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD SCHEDULES FORMING PART OF BALANCE SHEET FOR THE YEAR 2010 .

973.11 *The adjustment entry was made under Capital Fund Account for ` 2203916.867.663.87 4.11 170.479.00 13.00 0.639.3 1.70 2.796.8 1.3.801.6 1.50 39.00 249.50 249.00 249.44 611.060.00 0.44 1.00 1.812.464.473.7 1 (C) Project: 1.809.829.10 1.00 11.430.639.3 1.536.592.916.2.87 4.3.3.820.3.594.00 72.2.515.830.410.537.596.412.060.00 0.1 1.5 Opening Balance Add: Non-recurring grants-in-aid received during the year Less: Rectification of error of previous period Add: Rectification for previous year as per Audit para 2008-09 Less: Deficit of Non-Plan A/c for the year 2010-11 adjusted Capitalised fund for Assets Sub-total 1.412.2.00 495.439.INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD SCHEDULES FORMING PART OF BALANCE SHEET.842.4 1.70 7.515.Opening balance Add: Additions during the year Less: Depreciation on Assets including adjustment for previous years Sub-total Total 1.4 Opening Balance Less .69 6.3.949.00 244.2 (a) Capital Fund Opening Balance Less: Payments from Old Consultancy Projects (See Notes on Accounts) Less: Transfer for creation of opening balance towards undisbursed consultancy projects (See Notes of Accounts) (b) Project Endowment Fund (c) Reserve fund (d) Corpus Fund (e) Capitalised fund for Assets .3.4 1.812.7 1.1.713.00 65.443.992.1 1.127.00 75.806.515.3.2.920.281.252.564.00 122.2 1.50 2.410.727.674.87 4.812.060.829.593.I: CAPITAL FUN D Sl.10 1.1.91 PA R T I C U LA R S Current Year : 2010 .5 1.00 121.761.3.1 of 2008-9 Sub-total 65.1 1.931.591.70 7.830.106.174.686.11 (Amount in `) Previous Year : 2009 .298.235.44 0.167.70 1.3.727.973.69 6.44 63.937.569.91 57.6 1.91 727.1.366.00 68.678.91 722.490.2.389.70 2.1.010.00 1.00 37.87 4.50 37.829.00 2.000.Rounding Off Add: Non-recurring grants-in-aid received during the year Add: Rectification for previous years as per Audit para 2.2 1. No.881.594.075.50 36.203.812.9 249.456.00 2.830.70 121.00 12.060.829.69 6.00 2.067.50 2.410. INCOME & EXPENDITURE A/C AND RECEIPTS & PAYMENTS A/C FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31st MARCH 2011 SCHEDULE .959.3.830.2.5 1 (B) Non Plan: 1.490.410.148.536.3 121.639.389.3.00 1.2.317.198.69 6. 268 .1.515.809.00 towards amount wrongly debited under Roads & Building instead of Repairs & maintenance during the year 2008 -09 as per audit observation.973.862.718. 1 (A) Plan: 1.959.00 12.11 169.

6 2.408.00 2.057.447.00 2.000.3.00 638.3.866.03.241.837. Director Discretionary Fund E.00 8.3.00 0.00 16.00 0.00 1.00 178.00 0.3.8 2.959.4. Applied Physics Deptt.000.00 290 0 169.7 2.25 35.000.17 2.812.020.00 35.42 9.2010 has been corrected for School Development Fund and Building Fund by ` 2582299.692.00 0.00 13.178.00 76.966.85 269.476. Deptt.00 0.504.00 1.00 160.00 *The balance as on 1.00 5.020.20 2.00 567.3.00 2.2.00 2.00 0.00 717.70 302.00 904.532.00 61. Centre for Mining Environment Computer Science & Engg.270.767.447.2 2.00 10.000.SCHEDULE .00 0.21 AGL XRF Maintenance Fund Applied Chemistry Deptt.756. during the year Balance as on 31.530.984.00 77.8 Computer Development Fund Departmental Development Fund Donation Fund Laboratory Development Fund Library Development Fund School Development Fund* Building Fund* Total Reserves (Non Plan) 717.3.000.5 2.92 20.00 552.877.18 2. No. Fuel & Mineral Engg.391.19 2.00 262.3.* ME Deptt.847.00 76.837.678.00 61.3.15 2.00 495.105.00 607.454.00 364.299.77 213.606.252.42 9.541.25 29.3.3.00 0. Applied Geology Deptt.3 2.03.00 0. Xeroxing (4000) Fund Electronics Engineering Electrical Engineering Deptt.3 2.2.622.090.717.812.2.00 2. PA R T I C U LA R S Balance as on 01.068.200.00 416.00 412.00 0.176.454.625.00 2 (B) Department Development Funds (Project A/c) : Head of Account Balance as on 01.11 2. Development Fund E.16 2.D.440.476.92 20.253.00 0.2.3.3.3.00 33.77 215.2011 Non-Plan: 2.2.628.725.C.241.00 3.9 2.284.057.10 2.00 54.00 485.2.4 2.52 479.13 2.025.767.00 5.2010 72.5 2.1 2.2.00 178.3.14 2.6 2.500.633. Benevolent Fund Central Administrative Charges Centre for Longwall Mine Mechnsn.00 160.050.3.00 641.C. Development Fund Library Dev.II: RESERVES AND SURPL US 2 (A) Capital Reserve (Non Plan): Sl.184.00 304.00 12.00 4.687.00 2.00 Additions Deduction/Adj.7 2.00 5.00 71. Balance as on during the during the year 31.263.728.52 408.D.284.00 241.00 607.2010 Additions during the year Deduction/Adj.2011 year 72.12 2.70 299.00 6.04.973.625.299. Fund (including library fine and card charges) Management Studies Deptt.2 2.847.00 81.00 416.3.04.481.000.3.270.00 0.00 364.00 511.00 480.523.220.00 2.606.500. Geology Xeroxing (6000) Fund Lab.00 0.622.00 552.00 2.4 2.423.459.775.2.3.85 192.1 2.836.354.977.3.734.00 4.3.00 65.00 290.3.256.959.250. Applied Geophysics Deptt.'s Gas chromatograph maintenance fund* 269 . Deptt.

3.00 174.229.552.22 2.00 40.00 26.00 220.00 3.546.124. Engg. Fund s (Project A/c): Balance as on Additions Deduction/Adj.913.00 (net) 2 (C) Professional Dev. K.00 23.00 665.909.53 2.55 2.36 2.558. PE Gurdeep Singh.552.00 336. MEMME Kampan Mukherjee.115.605.00 175.799.3.448.00 270 . ME&MME A.00 3.4.57 1. ME Dipankar Roy G P Karmakar.00 4.51 2.117. AGL P R Mohanty.828.00 83.278.217.00 742.545.30 2.908.467.24 2. FME P P Chakraborty.3.367.00 43.489. P.925.21 1.00 13.00 595.3.00 595.320.00 49.00 2.013.40 2.00 34.3. B ehera.230. Petroleum.41 2. MS D.610.863.252. ME N.3.00 924.315.390.280.553.258.3.00 15.3.539.00 3.K.00 40.3. Sarkar.3.35 2.28 2.00 9.00 14.00 1.458.2010 during the year during the year 31. & Mining Machinery Engg.54 *The balance as on 1. ACH B C Sarkar.90 84.00 24.00 2.399.987.64 239.00 1.00 38.00 20. ME.558. Panigrahi.50 2. Mining Engg.00 800.3.696.750.750.3.00 28.00 8.48 2.00 696.3.37 2.56 2.64 13. FME M.3.750.3.00 29.23 2.46 2.597.00 42. K.125.489.54 2.553. M.509.3.00 32.3.00 4.085. FME N.29 2.00 731.610.3.42 2.00 713. Chattopadhyay.32 2.00 45.00 4.00 568.00 1.57 A K Mukhopadhyay. AGP P.00 11.3.750.00 713.00 7.52 2.662.49 2.00 1.3.472.684.00 175.00 24.00 1.250.00 6.640.093. Balance as on 01.702. Bahuguna.3.3.00 45. Kumar (PDF) Chandan Bhar.00 49.2.789.3.3.34 2.3. Mandre.576. Deptt.576.2010 has been corrected for Management Studies Department and ME Deptt Gas Chromatograph Maintenance fund by ` 33617.00 203.3.00 38.569.00 12.337.261.00 49.00 90. MS R K Dubey 57. Deptt.00 2.00 665.106.635.3.3.00 259.863.40 4.3. Suresh.3.111.44 2.45 2. Mukherjee (PDF) Manish Kumar Jain (PDF) Md.178. Reprographic Unit Sub-total (DDF) 625.00 24.00 4.31 2.43 2. ME Phalguni Sen.33 2.00 1.191. AGL B.218. Basu (PDF) ME&MME A. ME&MME A K Pal.00 800. MS L N Jha.3.00 20.359. Mishra (PDF) A.00 1.25 2.P.00 245.3. Jawed.00 163.00 840.00 21.50 31.286. AGL A.26 Mech.739.40 4.095.541.2011 2.363.00 1. ESE Kabir Dasgupta.448. ME Dheeraj Kumar.598.50 31. PE A S Venkatesh. ME Pramod Pathak.00 47.C.27 2.3.245.47 2.3.598.418.851.125.3.00 42. K.04.605. CME A K Pathak. Engg.38 2.218.568.R.00 4.200.3.183.00 17.373.00 6.00 840.03.00 13.00 6.39 2.284.

00 1.00 1. FME U K Singh.689.048.3.3.338.54 *The balance as on 1.59 2.671.00 18.00 92. ME Shalivahan.3. FME V. PE V.00 86.3.00 14.689.366.80 2.00 8.4.00 3.296.00 455.00 4.00 86.00 144.00 513.531.768.366.971. ME Vikash Mahato* Vishnu Priya Y R Dhar.570.61 2.00 52.058.00 12.00 4.77 2.154. ESE S K Maiti.650.836.080.422.00 130.233.437. EE T Kumar. MEMME T K Chatterjee.73 2.00 2.00 10.00 49.N. Mukherjee.916.62 2.614. AGL Sub-total (PDF) Sub-total Project (DDF+PDF) Total Reserve & Surplus 83.00 14.69 2. PE S Mohanty.536.076.221.3. AGL* S.233.00 9. PE T.947.75 2.00 8. Sharma.00 455.898.00 2.66 2.00 R L Malhotra. PE R Venugopal.3.531.3.64 2.671.3.3.353.840.2010 has been corrected for S Mohanty.971.64 47.00 9.00 69.00 4.988.00 14. Saxena.76 2.00 41.M.60 2.00 4.74 2.78 2. FME S K Gupta.00 1.965.R.00 3.00 617.00 3.615.3.3.136.073.3.00 4.3. ME V K Srivastava. ESE S Laik.00 15.500.79 2.076.81 2.00 76.00 267.452.58 2.3.422.874.65 2. AGP V P Sharma.00 76.3.72 2. AGP Somnath Chattopadhyay.00 195.633.437.419.64 8.00 1.00 33.456. Murthy.90 22.000.726.00 8.078.00 30.00 2.048.078.353.K.988.000.71 2.569.3.353.00 271 .S.3.3.63 2.872.3. Mazumdar.90 350.67 2.633.325.456.00 44.00 12.3.896.68 2.00 14.00 6.625.059. AGL T.00 83.54 29.3. FME S Bhattacharya.336.00 30.00 3.2.00 47.00 30.841.880.3.3.00 12.925. AGL and Vikash Mahato by ` 1400.00 30.00 227.00 52.70 2.437.00 69.081.545.3.

00 0.SCHEDULE .2 3.549.114.000.3.065.254.00 12.14 3.075.447.473.00 114.74 Project: Chair & Scholarship Funds (Earmarked Funds) S No Particulars Scholarship/Award Funds 3.3.342.00 232.00 200.10 201.487.080.00 5. during the year Balance as on 31.900.750.2011 114.902.00 5.145.726.00 698.097. Balance as on during the year 31.00 4.01 6.590.III: EARMARKED/ ENDOWMENT FUNDS: Non Plan: S No 3.00 80. Mukherjee memorial Fund 538.750.400.2010 114.10 3.741.018.9 3.00 467.625.00 1.590.00 330.00 4.277.2010 Additions during the year Deduction/Adj.389.00 0.G.000.500.00 86.00 114.2.00 190.16 0.997.6 3.00 4.2.3.74 7.00 13.00 61.00 0.00 353.00 46.16 0.847.12 3.2. Fund Capt (Dr) N.863.00 36.130.04.00 138.512.212.322.6 3.00 Additions during the year Deduction/Adj.00 0.437.00 1.487.230.100.500.8 3.00 Balance as on 01.5 3.664.7 3.075.3.000.4 3.393.00 39.00 4.000.2. Sch.00 2.2 3.00 2.00 4.C.04.00 200.192.00 683.03.18 Particulars Basant Scholarship Fund Bihar Chief Minister Relief Fund ISS Scholarship Fund Student Medical Fund Mess Subsidy Fund Matching grant for Deptt Societies Benevolent Fund Endowment Fund (Corpus fund under B.00 550.095.278.03.8 Atlas Copco Scholarship Fund Bhaskar Bhattacharya Mem.00 81.653.300.1 3.00 8.000.13 3.2.000.4 3.00 0.425.095.835.00 5.000.00 363.641.00 150. L J Johnson Award Mata Gurdev Kaur Memorial Fund N.00 42.3.437.00 19.2.2.00 16.000.00 17.000.2.000.1 3.00 6.000.00 79.065.00 33.2. fund Late J D M Dhawan M G Med End Fund Ishan Rajbanshi Merit Scholarship Student Welfare Fund Sub-total Non Plan Balance as on 01.475.N.300. Paul Mem.15 3.7 3.01 0.5 3.2.00 500.00 21.325.881.00 384.927.000.00 190.00 42.00 1.00 0.300.2.00 36.737.00 3.278.00 57.645.2.00 16.00 50.500.036.246.17 3.2.00 2.00 0.3.00 15.500.00 741.200.566.575.944.00 687. Scheme) House Building Revolving Fund* HOD Discretionary Fund Platinum Jubilee Fund Student Aid Fund Director's Discretionary Fund Budhwanti Mrig Memo.3.114.000.267.041.K.00 326.00 47.2.748.16 3.419.00 212.3 3.00 290.00 106.00 253.59 7.00 2.2.59 0.744.00 76.447.11 3. Prasad Memorial Fund Indrajit Satyawati Budhward Schr.180.212.00 81.2.585.2.224.095.3.3 3.00 247.10 206.800.741. Fund D.500.267.00 282.000.00 75.2.00 0.00 846.00 79.754.2011 272 .00 2.00 378.370.

00 13.219.25 68.531.00 6.294.213.437.3.00 9.368.054.782.00 9.828.442.16 315.464.00 155.849.3.193.3.00 64.019. Fund Rolling Scholarship S.00 5.868.045.00 1.750.000.00 2.369.019.341.173.00 2.3.360.00 209.16 1.487.30 3.919. Fund Smt Snehlata Srivastava Mem.148.231.01 9.00 1.000.L.588.00 9.033.22 3.000.00 61.29 3.00 165.00 915.849. Chair for Mining Engg.604.12 3.25 66.478.36 273 .00 1.618.635.267.27 3.627.757.00 568.034.00 57.3.00 4.088.160.000.25 10.00 3.3.768.3.15 3.11 152.390.9 3.395.656. Fund Total Scholarship/Award funds Chair Funds: Tata Steel Chair Fund Uranium Chair Fund C.618.00 6.933.62 447.00 176.988.424.00 10.879.37 10.250.21 637.699.00 220.25 3.549.L.776.3.11 3.896.00 33.788.3.19 NAA Scholarship Fund Nirja Sahay Memorial Fund Paritosh & Patikrit End.24 3.750.062.400.00 53.00 12.25 10.461.00 3.752.000.462.3.186.469.184.00 49. Kaushalia Devi Gold Medal Fund Subarna & Shashibhushan Bhattacharjee Mem.020.130.588. Fund Petroleum Deptt.116.239.00 8.742.00 12.630.608.62 420.00 9.124.11 164.00 277. Srinivasan M.00 143.21 3.186.601.23 3.781.3. Sehgal Scholarship Smt.016.502.3.177.469.00 1.3.929.00 5.00 4.870.3.049.007.052.00 11.17 3.568.00 196.3.3.00 200.746.3.00 30.635.00 659.750.00 15.00 10.104.00 69. Fund Prof.399.086.00 23.30 3.00 207.966.440.00 13.00 5.00 268.3.10 3.14 3.00 2.000.00 618.678.00 3.00 229.00 21.075.935.561.28 3.13 3.00 7.3.412.3.00 247.00 64.00 719.500. Deptt Rajeev Gandhi Memorial Chair NMDC Chair Fund ONGC AMN Ghosh Chair Fund SAIL Chair Total Chair Funds Total Chairs & Scholarship funds Total Earmarked/ Endowment Fund 558.00 105.523.3.101. Fund Platinum Jubilee Fund Prof N L Sharma Mem.610. S.37 765.752.26 3.00 859.16 3.00 20.00 10.00 7.3.00 109.566.3.18 3.00 90.237.018.00 18.624.00 562. Endow.002.16 292.322.799.443.500.000.864. End.I.20 3.00 10.

00 338.00 138. during the year Balance as on 31.00 0.1.3 4.345.00 402.00 25.881.00 B 4.285.00 9.00 113. 50.462.00 9.198.369.00 0.14 4.00 26.00 180.1.500.150.028.00 3.00 327.00 774.245.00 0.2.00 0.2.2.1 4.00 260.00 0.00 1.5 4.453.00 127.428.004.100.14.00 0.2011 Total Current Liabilities & 8.00 79.305.245.00 33.00 10.00 33.2.00 26.00 630.800.16 4.2..425.00 9.00 626.2.025.096.453.00 23.799.00 0 0 9.00 3.00 20.204.238.800.5 4.620.000.462.134.00 0.179.263.00 has been regro uped under Advance to supplier at 7.760.00 5.00 19.620.employees Income Tax (TDS) .00 569.285.000.00 20.913.00 7.740.104.305.369.00 0 274.790.03.00 338.2.882.1 4.932.11 4.623.00 79.462.00 0.1.00 1.00 33.345.7 4.00 8.100.Contractors Service Tax Sales Tax Labour Welfare Sub Total Other Liabilities: Non-Plan 0 0 0 0 0 23.00 25.953.19 Alumni subscription Backward Scholarship A/c Basant subscription Bihar SC/ST Scholarship Canara Bank SDL Loan Recovery Central Sector Scholarship for ST Central Sector Scholarship for SC Children Activity Centre Court Attachment Deduction CPF Subscription & Loan Recovery CSLS Cyber society DCPS Subscription 314.2.00 184.2.13 4.10 4.1.400.2.500.00 0.2.9 4.286.570.7 4.095.953.00 274 .2010 during the year Deduction/Adj.836.1. Statutory Liabilities: Non-Plan Income Tax (TDS) .882.1.04.047.2 4.299.1.623.00 9.12 4.504.799.00 148.00 0.2 4.000.00 Balance as on Additions 01.00 0.11 4.00 7.025.00 0.299.004.740.6 4.00 0.263.4 4.109.00 0.IV: CURRENT LIABILITIES & PROVISIONS CURRENT LIABILITIES:(Plan) Sl No A 4.126.047.570.400.701.00 4.00 912.00 8.00 0.00 38.00 8.3 4.475.1.572.00 0.474.900.428.9 4.085.00 1.165.12 Particulars Statutory Liabilities: Income Tax Sales Tax Labour Welfare CESS Sub Total Other Current Liabilities: Earnest/Security moneycontractors Project Control Account Licence Fee Miscellaneous Receipt Room Rent Non Plan Control A/c Sub-total 0 -12577709 116.1.2.1.000.8 4.00 2.179.1.00 1.100.2.00 0.00 7.500.00 4.700.021.00 9.00 6.00 33.813.126.229.00 182.238.00 44.17 4.00 0.028.10 4.6 4.00 Provisions (Plan) Note: Security Deposit with DVC for Rs.550.1.2.2.200.2.938.2.000.504.00 630.00 103.447.790.4 4.SCH.425.8 4.15 4.00 0 9.00 0 36.1.00 8.572.00 5.550.286.18 4.760.913.00 124.00 113.00 0 0 0 0 2.00 0 1.00 2.2.2.700.104.00 182.881.

58 EMD from parties Security Deposit from parties GIS Premium GPF Subscription & Loan Recovery GPF/CPF/DCPS Hostel security deposit Library security LIC Premium Muqabla Tournament Music club NEC Merit Scholarship Outside scholarship control A/c Photographic society Post Office CTD/RD Relief fund (DBS) Scolomin Club Staff Recreation Club Student caution money Student Insurance Scheme Student uniform deposit Unpaid liability Miscellaneous Receipts Outstanding Expenses DST Inspire Scholarship Rebound 2k9 Srijan Receipt Parliament Election Advance 2009 Vidhan Sabha Election Advance 2009 Student Loan PF Control Account IEEE Student Chapter Undisbursed Pay Advance Fee Prakram 11 Sub Total Total Current Liabilities (Non Plan) Total Current Liabilities & Provisons (Non Plan) 4.00 54.800.2.50 4.375.129.00 1.00 10.200.593.804.29 4.339.387.4.2.581.302.00 1.2.00 202.00 19.00 361.375.548.00 766.271.034.548.371.486.684.00 11.171.051.00 147.52 4.315.000.2.640.000.455.302.2.793.554.2.2.00 1.2.2.000.329.00 361.707.00 3.37 4.00 0.403.2.00 132.646.894.2.2.00 29.513.2.00 1.00) 1.00 290.896.00 1.944.21 4.260.00 159.00 2.660.470.00 158.359.900.00 819.2.00 14.916.618.555.000.922.284.00 84.281.00 64.056.39 4.33 4.00 1.00 73.48 4.997.101.2.00 139.00 94.600.2.00 25.00 44.00 6.700.839.24 4.2.555.146.629.00 0.00 133.000.280.00 73.49 4.089.700.261.00 9.00 4.2.896.53 4.377.500.00 3.418.00 1.00 (2.672.00 0 10.00 3.00 100.200.000.00 1.00 1.875.826.351.096.036.195.177.588.886.043.381.00 5.28 4.328.593.00 766.00 0.800.40 4.593.822.00 0 373.659.30 4.304.00 2.799.061.447.2.518.2.00 147.000.2.31 4.2.00 14.000.20 4.35 4.261.00 73.00 139.548.696.2.47 4.2.696.00 513.42 4.378.00 10.00 159.2.00 113.36 4.616.00 17.00 13.26 4.2.00 8.804.922.00 3.00 1.00 22.00 2.27 4.157.252.00 1.420.00 0.869.00 0 64.2.040.00 14.54 4.500.00 22.00 3.00 0.00 2.00 660.000.2.500.582.00 8.704.23 4.271.000.235.00 492.2.284.664.00 29.2.41 4.45 4.00 19.00 2.00 10.672.305.896.507.00 -2.00 100.645.470.110.00 820.000.867.096.00 422.686.22 4.00 367.043.2.2.420.00 2.00 158.2.43 4.00 0 496.867.600.00 457.096.00 473.00 0.32 4.00 9.100.2.00 5.400.400.55 4.00 444.44 4.2.00 2.894.779.040.00 49.00 4.2.278.700.00 9.00 25.078.755.260.662.00 1.00 0 0 14.511.00 1.00 453.2.00 72.25 4.600.00 1.46 4.00 2.763.015.00 748.38 4.34 4.00 367.444.00 429.500.00 0.00 54.078.334.326.200.150.500.00 0.00 374.51 4.00 275 .645.00 0.975.

00 -17.00 Project: Other Current Liabilities: (a) UGC Sponsored Projects: 4.00 3.00 12.465.687.048.3.00 0.00 937.00 309.00 190.8 4.00 234.AGL/AGP/ME UGC/191 PE UGC/192 AC UGC/193 AM UGC/195 AM UGC/200 AGP UGC/202 FME UGC/203FME UGC/204 AM UGC/205 PE UGC/206 PE UGC/208 ME&MME UGC(30)/2008-09/218/AM UGC(31)/2008-09/219/AM UGC(32)/2008-09/220/AM UGC/CAS/ME Phase .3.3.3.III UGC/SAP/207/AM UGC/CAS/175/ME/Phase .576.597.3.192.00 59.277.00 0.000.00 306.00 Balance as on 01.000.00) 418.3.03.3.302.3.00 25.00 201.00 113.491.193.687.505.I UGC .661.00) 535.00 201.176.4 4.780.536.158.00 196.627.00 5.00) 120.112.3.00 100.17 4.00 418.091.00 348.000.307.464.22 4.230.00 484.5 Statutory Liabilities: Income tax from Contractor Income Tax from Employee Sales Tax Service Tax Sub-total 17.993.9 4.505.104.10 4.464.00 0.00 152.00 97.00 0.040.00 110.000.00 425.00 6.174.085.469.654.475.176.010.00 12.Project: Current Liabilities & Provisions Sl No Particulars Balance as on 01.00 276 .00 309.161.00 323.3.00 112.336.Unassigned grant UGC/SAP/179/AGP/Phase .14 4.11 4.00 85.775.III UGC/33/2008-09/221/EE Additions Deduction/Adj.00 123.2010 Additions Deduction/Adj.498.00 230.174.00 161.03.12 4.00 24.3.00 401.00 66.025.548.00 0.I UGC/SAP/139/PE Phase .597.87 (446.75 0.662.00 292.24 4.16 4.298.00 247.3.00 81.25 4.29 4.133.1 4. Balance as on during the year during the year 31.21 4.7 4.2011 1. Assistance/CAS Programme (Ph-I) .00 120.158.576.00 5.3.15 4.3.00 81.780.00 0.18 4.00 0 15.194.3.26 4.112.00 137.3.87 -446.532.091.928.3.00 8.054.19 4.00 64.761.20 4.2010 1.3.00 3.820.709.2011 0.332.825.3.00 3.762.00 66.32 163.613.795.04.3 4.00 151.3.00 186.27 4.795.3.700.23 4.00 104.993.00 -35.498.671.189.452.038.00 6.II UGC/COSIST/AGP UGC/HEPSN-TEPSE UGC/SAP/AGP Phase .00 66.3.00 (17.00 0 32.609.3.00 140.803.3.00 163.00 (35.00 292.192.00 212.00 484.3.75 0 844.00 573.3.125.606. during the year during the year Balance as on 31.31 Spl.795.647.491.6 4.II UGC/SAP/ME&MME Phase .00 162.2 4.161.28 4.04.00 72.13 4.671.00 190.199.30 4.00 III 4.3.00 773.32 0.421.302.00 189.3.157.3.3.3.00 71.

00 446.00 86.62 4.00 502.121.00 567.00 1.573.048.00 0.00 823.54 4.3.3.3.00 6.3.00 232.3.47 4.00 283.00 13.70 4.00 153.00 4.234.00 505.00 367.45 4.3.00 66.00 42.00 71.00 250.000.00 116.00 0.000.00 0.300.048.3.000.000.00 0.549.00 0.00 0.34 4.00 449.00 0.37 4.805.726.3.00 136.952.00 466.802.709.3.00 31.031.32 4.800.800.3.64 4.00 114.963.00 291.00 0.00 45.53 4.716.792.00 211.00 32.00 121.000.00 0.00 0.33 4.41 4.3.834.00 79.50 4.00 291.00 567.285.3.00 0.681.00 0.726.878.488.300.00 47.800.00 0.207.00 0.3.00 0.51 4.152.00 0.403.000.00 80.800.00 384.00 0.00 0.00 20.38 4.00 71.63 4.3.00 776.00 218.000.00 0.00 206.800.800.3.653.94 87.000.57 4.3.00 47.00 14.00 0.452.00 847.3.00 53.000.4.00 0.073.58 4.00 82.800.540.40 4.00 85.000.000.00 113.278.434.797.46 4.00 0.00 0.00 449.500.3.35 4.94 277 .00 466.00 500.00 185.3.3.00 0.706.3.00 0.PHY UGC/(258)/EE UGC/(259)/AM UGC/(261)/ME&MME UGC/(51)/2009-10/256/PE UGC/(55)/2009-10/260/ ME&MME UGC/(58)/2010-11/270/AC UGC/(59)/2010-11/277/APH UGC/(60)/2010-11/278/APH UGC/(61)/2010-11/279/EE UGC/(62)/2010-11/282/AM UGC/(63)/2010-11/283/APH UGC/(64)/2010-11/284/FME UGC/(66)/2010-11/286/AM UGC/(67)/2010-11/287/APH UGC/(68)/201011/285/ME&MME UGC/(70)/2010-11/291/ME UGC/AM/2010/PSRAO UGC/Miscellaneous Subtotal (UGC Projects) 40.800.00 59.49 4.00 696.00 349.366.927.3.670.825.00 500.162.00 48.00 255.996.56 4.00 61.44 4.162.3.3.923.3.67 4.122.66 4.653.848.00 0.00 0.68 4.00 696.48 4.800.000.00 500.800.71 UGC/34/2008-09/222/MS UGC/35/2008-09/224/ME UGC/36/2008-09/227/MEMME UGC/37/2008-09/228/MEMME UGC/38/2008-09/229/AM UGC/39/2008-9/230/MS UGC/40/2008-9/231/CSE UGC/41/2008-9/232/AM UGC/42/2008-9/233/AC UGC/43/2008-9/234/AM UGC/28/207/2007-08AM UGC/44/2009-10/241/MEMME UGC/45/2009-10/242/MS UGC/46/2009-10/243/MS UGC/47/2009-10/245/MS UGC/48/2009-10/249/MS UGC/Miscellaneous 2009-10 UGC/(254)/EE UGC/(255)/AM UGC/(257)/APH UGC/(257)/APPL.3.00 566.00 28.42 4.00 765.00 72.00 500.500.199.00 103.00 24.764.000.52 4.000.00 172.00 191.00 247.39 4.00 0.800.402.00 0.898.3.3.00 1.00 765.479.995.00 0.800.00 152.36 4.65 4.519.59 4.3.200.00 20.3.00 0.00 0.403.370.00 0.00 253.251.3.044.117.00 218.00 195.00 0.000.024.00 505.3.186.800.388.576.00 0.600.69 4.224.596.00 0.000.044.00 408.830.61 4.00 4.558.00 440.00 795.300.00 82.307.559.800.00 5.00 15.00 5.398.500.3.800.00 830.00 298.495.3.685.800.996.792.000.175.00 -28.00 566.00 24.00 917.00 165.60 4.3.00 464.00 32.000.3.3.00 86.3.55 4.00 681.00 381.3.00 203.00 434.43 4.00 0.3.862.800.00 917.00 0.00 152.00 170.248.00 174.00 167.

251.500.760.00 167.178.84 4.00 23.000.819.73 4.00 0.168.117.00 85.00 304.00 1.00 0.000.00 278 .000.000.3.00 114.00 80.167.3.40 38.000.244.095.725.00 1.181.000.99 4.(b) Other R&D Projects: 4.331.384.79 4.104 4.78 4.3.00 178.822.00 989.630.563.00 75.00 35.00 19.348.00 1.531.00 217.00 165.110 AICTE/178/ME AICTE/EFIP/PS/ME/2006 AICTE/PKB/I AICTE/PKB/II CIL/190 AC/ME&MME2007 CIL/2/2008-09/236/AGP CME .3.00 109.00 115.109 4.113.3.00 180.663.00 110.00 850.088.00 25.108.00 887.661.00 200.00 204.3.704.00 0.226.589.00 561.3.000.000.00 0.97 4.529.00 110.3.3.00 73.94 4.00 190.3.100.3.00 101.87 4.000.00 183.00 245.00 266.85 4.00 40.00 353.00 1.040.3.00 541.00 279.00 95.00 207.583.00 60.00 529.000.00 81.93 4.200.00 86.83 4.858.00 200.00 248.100.291.341.717.3.88 4.858.00 80.00 989.96 4.557.3.00 147.500.86 4.3.000.651.267.90 4.00 0.00 300.00 87.81 4.00 376.370.3.540.098.3.00 72.3.3.00 21.00 263.00 262.95 4.384. Grant CSIR/Pull/PKK/AGP CSIR/R Rano/AC/2007 CSIR/SK/AC/2006 DAE/187/CME DST(35)/2007-08/214/AC DST(36)/2007-08/215/AM DST(37)/2007-08/216/ME DST/(34)/2007-08/213/E&I DST/(39)/2008-9/223/AM DST/(40)/2008-09/235/E&I DST/(41)/2008-09/238/AGL DST/(42)/2008-09/244/ME&MME DST/(43)/2009-10/247/APP.00 27.PHY DST/(44)/2009-10/248/ME DST/(45)/2008-09/251/MEMME DST/(46)/2009-10/253/AGP DST/(47)/2009-10/262/AC DST/(48)/2010-11/264/MS DST/(49)/2010-11/265/PE DST/(50)/2010-11/269/AP Balance as on Additions Deduction/Adj.3.00 179.676.00 5.91 4.3.00 830.645.00 72.907.3.00) 0.00 28.043.908.00 1.3.00 0.408.00 111.3.659.092.2010 during the year during the year 31.00 -26. Balance as on 01.3.645.00 1.3.000.00 10.851.00 248.00 206.841.800.3.00 218.500.102 4.535.00 348.40 195.3.00 1.00 260.337.960.00 145.134.673.00 288.000.000.3.3.00 1.92 4.3.485.073.00 48.00 361.215.00 81.72 4.4079 CME-ENVIS CSIR(6)/2007-08/198/PE CSIR(8)/2008-09/237/CSE CSIR/(10)/2010-11/267/AM CSIR/(5)/2007-08/197/PE CSIR/029 CSIR/09/085(104)/2010-EMRI/JRF CSIR/09/2009-10/250/AC CSIR/09/85/(102)/2009-EMR-1 CSIR/09/85/(K.00 1.3.00 6.373.00 467.00 16.000.82 4.901.00 382.038.539.675.00 119.000.427.250.00 16.00 267.04.108 4.3.913.100 4.652.75 4. Dey CSIR/211/PE CSIR/ADHOC FellSh.242.785.210.00 246.00 157.500.76 4.000.148.200.00 1.00 994.107 4.2011 86.106 4.3.464.00 304.341.00 541.00 359.3.80 4.231.03.3.000.89 4.00 70.00 1.3.00 174.00 0.00 353.103 4.838.00 1.77 4.00 1.105 4.74 4.3.3.543.644.00 (221.500.00 372.00 51.00 246.00 0.101 4.250.592.887.00 450.104.000.98 4.231.

404.138 4.3.00 1.000.3.337.00 0.162.3.00 300.131 4.00 0.00 257.00 268.837.00 0.00 791.000.000.51 29.00 30.89 1.147 4.3.00 211.600.144 4.113 4.00 194.3.676.00 470.618.00 741.16 274.00 1.124 4.00 80.00 1.125 4.500.00 6.772.890.00 391.126 4.00 562.3.151 4.000.425.667.123 4.121 4.3.127 4.3.142 4.000.000.117 4.425.451.244.00 74.770.409.00 1.00 7.214.00 350.115.114 4.141 4.3.803.00 0.914.00 564.3.140 4.00 1.00 146.991.00 40.064.3.671.135 4.114.878.149 4.00 0.3.000.00 498.114.133 4.00 -106.488.00 154.00 46.422.3.116 4.00 655.129 4.136 4.569.708.137 4.3.143 4.00 0.488.00 0.00 1.072.00 426.620.3.130 4.162.026.3.3.194.00 551.00 400.00 630.072.000.804.00 86.00 0.874.409.379.00 2.587.00 40.115 4.00 176.00 43.00 223.431.00 0.3.00 575.300.670.000.00 725.485.199.00 0.00 84.355.031.00 89.00 10.00 19.737.00 13.191.00 4.00 13.400.310.976.111 4.00 0.152 DST/(51)/2010-11/272/AC DST/(52)/2010-11/273/AC DST/(53)/2010-11/274/AM DST/(54)/2010-11/275/APH DST/(55)/2010-11/276/AGL DST/(56)/2010-11/280/AGP DST/(57)/2010-11/281/AC DST/161/ME&MME DST/194/EE DST/201/AGP DST/210/Aphy DST/212/ME DST/PAC-ES(Meeting)2007/2 DST/SERC/Dr.00 2.400.007.00 900.193.000.00 778. S Das/ E&I EC(1)/2008-09/239/AGL ICSSR(I)2008-09/239/AGL IICP(1)/2007-08/01/FME MHRD/137/FME MHRD/144 MHRD/180 MHRD/268/MS MIT/106/E&I MIT/189/CSE MOC(7)/2009-10/252/pe MOC(8)/2010-11/271/ME MOC/185/FME MOC/186/APPL PHYSICS MOC/188 MOEF/133/CME MOEF/134 MOEF/135 MOES(1)2009-10/240/AGP* MOES(2)2009-10/246/AGP* MRD(1)2010-2011/290ESE MSME(1)/09-10/263/DRD/MS MWR/184/MIN OIDB/4111 Other Projects (Details not available) PCRA(1)/2008-10/225/ME SAC/183/AGP WBMDTCL/98/01 FRS(1)/2009-10/1/ESE 1.00 84.00 561.00 97.3.00 0.128 4.00 1.000.00 0.00 464.00 750.3.686.000.186.600.00 100.00 634.195.00 1.00 153.330.00 49.3.500.120 4.3.106.114.00 1.200.112 4.878.00 1.00 293.00 31.114.487.663.00 279.3.00 0.00 0.367.139 4.148 4.00 1.523.00 2.380.770.257.891.4.00 0.206.00 153.3.871.00 2.013.00 382.164.3.581.000.871.00 19.00 7.253.585.00 468.00 187.215.145 4.00 0.00 279 .118 4.200.00 26.422.00 0.51 29.882.283.132 4.146 4.480.710.00 745.3.595.191.00 299.047.00 0.345.000.3.163.00 10.134 4.00 741.3.619.3.00 4.309.00 92.000.00 97.671.621.3.485.215.378.3.488.00 603.00 552.244.00 187.00 0.00 0.00 295.00 573.122 4.3.00 -0.3.3.00 33.3.89 706.150 4.415.00 43.00 (0.00 194.200.00 0.00 295.3.784.3.040.00 1.00 496.16) 274.00 0.3.00 0.00 0.3.00 579.00 0.488.00 31.00 40.3.000.3.000.209.00 539.708.00 683.00 0.00 0.119 4.00 13.026.273.3.

3.000.3.000.165 4.00 Balance as on 01.000.155 4.00 248.000.00 564.3.012.58 *The balance as on 1.000.179 4.00 119.00 810.00 885.012.171 4.2010 has been corrected for MOES(1)/2009 -10/240/AGP AND MOES (2)/2009 -10/246/AGP being contra error.00 425.00 600.00 681.3.04.000.000.00 45.00 990.157 4.000.3.935.2010 217.000.000.00 541.3.373.750.10 AICTE/NDF/Shankar Purby/MS/04 Total Fellowship & Associateship (c) (d) Other Current Liabilities: 4.532.00 1.156 4.000.00 685.000.000.3.3.012.000.00 262.00 0.3.542.154 4.00 600.000. (c).150.00 1.000.3.188 4.3.00 681.00 1.00 425.00 473.00 880.000.3.00 600.00 700.00 350.00 1.3.100.000.000.00 1.00 350.00 790.00 20.3.177 4.3.10 113.176 4.00 880.3.000.000.000.000.000.185 AICTE/NDF/NK/AM/2007 Balance as on 01.00 134.000.00 62.162 4.00 355.178 4.000.00 262.3.3.373.3.00 1.3.3.000.00 600.182 4.186 4.000.877.64 82.00 885.000.00 355.00 540. during the year during the year 0.000.3.00 380.484.00 295.3.000.000.00 600.00 64.3.204.601.000.466.00 380.000.00 540.00 600.161 4.000.000.000.3.000.2011 206.000.561.873. during the year during the year 280 .000.03. Fellowship & Associateship: 4.000.159 4.166 4.00 166.00 Balance as on 31.160 4.3.610.3.3.4.00 0.3.000.173 4.3.000.000.000.903.187 4.459.738.000.00 564.000.175 4.167 4.00 575.000.4.180 4.170 4.012.3.3.00 810.000.168 4.00 355.400.00 990.00 600.000.000.153 4.249.233.183 FRS(1)/2009-10/2/AC FRS(1)/2009-10/3/AC FRS(1)/2009-10/4/APH FRS(1)/2009-10/5/EE FRS(1)/2009-10/6/MEMME FRS(1)/2009-10/7/MEMME FRS(1)/2009-10/8/CSE FRS(1)/2009-10/9/CSE FRS(10)/2010-2011/AC FRS(11)/2010-2011/AC FRS(12)/2010-2011/AC FRS(13)/2010-2011/AGL FRS(14)/2010-2011/AGP FRS(15)/2010-2011 FRS(16)/2010-2011 FRS(17)/2010-2011AM FRS(18)/2010-2011/APH FRS(19)/2010-2011/APH FRS(20)/2010-2011/EE FRS(21)/2010-2011/EE FRS(22)/2010-2011/ECE FRS(23)/2010-2011/ESE FRS(24)/2010-2011/ME&MME FRS(25)/2010-2011/ME&MME FRS(26)/2010-2011/MS FRS(27)/2010-2011/MS FRS(28)/2010-2011/PE FRS(29)2010-2011/PE Sub-total (other R&D projects) Total R&D /UGC Projects (b) 837.00 355.000.00 575.174 4.100.00 790.3.189 Athletica 2k2 Calcio Cup Earnest Money Deposit East Zone Inter University Youth Festival fund Additions Deduction/Adj.00 685.163 4.00 910.000.2010 206 248 280.390.00 740.00 Additions Deduction/Adj.000.158 4.000.00 910.2011 217.58 48.64 27.164 4.00 1.000.3.00 700.04.000.00 1.00 45.000.000.00 0.172 4.000.000.00 600.00 90.693.00 740.3.000.00 Balance as on 31.00 0.3.00 134.00 473.000.03.169 4.184 4.

K Mukherjee EDP/1/DST/AGL/09-10 National Sem.70 0.000.00 45.00 300.00 27.00 119.00 173.00 3226890.950.00 130.00 22.00 8.500.75 600.817.200 4.225 4.291.00 100.3.201 4.00 254.S.00 186.537.00 0. ESE International conf. (Regular) Nat.968.709.000.00 45.636.036.778.033.537.721.00 0.636.215 4.3.206 4.00 0.50 3.800.00 40.320.077.00 0.80 0.988.3.85 12.00 51.322.3.00 22.804.219 4.800.26 0.3.3.627.00 0.989. Sem. MTGST .00 1.3.211 4.213 4.100.00 0.205 4.3.00 326.26 27.808.000.192 4.00 25.00 0.3.3.3.104.00 53.700.198 4.3.216 4.00 731.00 151.00 130.3.841.00 0.3.3.3.218 4.00 119.655.497.318.222 4.950.173.00 17.3.00 4.000.627.00 2.00 1.194 4.224 4.00 100.00 495.716.210 4.S.196 4.258.3.564.516.209 4.00 1.3.3.07 Nat. Of MSEMI -07 Misc.000.3.000.00 17.00 3.00 1.00 0.00 0.199 4.227 Eco Club.3.015.00 26.223 4.00 3.207 4.197 4.967.202 4.3.00 40.191 4.212 4.00 0.00 2.583.3.00 0 68.208 4.00 1.00 0.621.258.226 4.4.00 0.804. Receipts N.3.00 0.3.583.400.3.755.220 4.204 4.755.00 0 0 0 0 0 26.259.00 53.077.00 0.3.221 4.00 254.00 431.00 0 0 8.636.00 485.50 485.00 0.00 400.450.841.06 25.768.00 100.3.193 4.173.00 99.00 22.00 531.00 463.190 4.817.500.650.50 7.747.320.00 1.726.217 4.00 281 .00 0.815.00 463.808.3.318.379.00 731.00 3.00 1. On Applied Physics CSECS-2010 RAG-2011 EDP/02/DST/AGL/10-11 Workshop on Responsible Mining(CSR) Workshop on NCEP awareness Sub-total Inter-Unit Liabilities (Project) Benevolent Fund CPF Contribution EDC Room Rent Electricity Charges License fee Non-Plan Control Account (General) Room Rent SAH Room Rent School Support Charges Telephone Charges Vehicle Charges Non-Plan Control Account (Surplus payable) Matching Cont to CPF Members Medical Charges PF Control Account School Development Fund 4.00 300.214 4. On E-Gov Awareness National Seminar of AGP Scolomin Club Security Deposit Unpaid Salary Children Activity Centre ISM Alumni Fund National Seminar on RAIT 2009 (CSE) AICTE Seminar Grant Prof.000.00 0.100.85 12.974.3.721.203 4.20 0.00 400.00 0 0 388.538.3.00 1.00 0.873.75 300 16.516.00 0.00 4.317.700.726.500.000.00 20.00 1.538.00 500.00 10.778.195 4.131. Sem.00 10.3.564.000.000.3.3.3.00 345.00 457.00 0.132.253.74 0 0 431.3.00 22.00 0.3.

00 36.52 170.416.997.731.95 38324990 Balance as on Additions Deduction/Adj.76 Total Other Current Liabilities (Project) 4.32 119.29 282 .3.232 4.627.52 393.369.702.460.Current year (Projects) Total Current Liabilities 121.00 611.3.52 115.236 4.238 61.3.3.3.958.3.94 119.567.854.92 38.914.019.958.29 4.229 4.899.2011 160.40 206.3.988.245.00 55.90 0.3.3.179.32 2010-11 38.04.74 38.457.00 91.32 38.00 240.00 28.791.711.887.133.989.200.2010 during the year during the year 31.988.234 4.902. Balance as on 01.3.592.50 145.03.3.081.949.157.691.34 2009-10 28.233 Opening Balance Add: Total Rece ipts during the year including transfer from capital fund account Less: Payments from consultancy projects during the year Add: Transfer from Capital Fund for creation of opening balance of Consultancy Projects towards undisbursed amount as on 1.06 25.00 49.237 4.595.00 23.133.659.190.4.107.266.324.774.998.057.535.85 2010-11 0.590.283.50 0.230 School Share Sub-total 0 35.4.959.08 2009-10 0 4.00 51.998.17 123.216.990.00 4.726.490.231 Total O ther Current Liabilities & Provisions (Project) (e) Consultancy Projects: 4.2007 /adjustment Balance as on 31 March TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES (PROJECTS) TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES.731.235 32.948.535.228 4.

3 Land .2.167.838.00 3.00 1.109.508.00 392.982.00 313.00 468.1.464.960.00 1.8 Student Amenities 7266496 2.00 Journals 5.00 Equipment Equipment/Lab.518.2.421.00 9.464.00 6.698.264.800.00 132.319.161.174.996.00 112.00 470.763.779.00 603.367.346.1.530.390.00 2010-11 12.00 88.634.156.00 574.852.872.00 1.581.4 Library Books & 87.348.00 14.881.303.1.Current year 714.746.272.Freehold 14662250 14.884.895.00 986.281.00 246.442.00 23.105.00 8.303.062.344. Machinery & 217227418 36.219.00 7.00 3.00 283 4.2.00 1.571.661.749.322.061.395.00 1.193.00 750.616.1.9 Computer Software 1174861 1.460.619.592.00 4.076.723.357.2.050.00 8.781.434.5 Plant.00 (Plan) 325310462 0 Non-Plan: 96.068.419.356.00 16.660.638.226.00 Supply equipments 5.662.129.00 33.723.045.1.00 5.659.272.273.00 9.2.00 108. during the year Depreciation Remarks for Deductions Closing Balance during the year Plan: 666.2.00 5.271.911.00 775.00 6.260.1.105.247.566.00 9.847.924.00 10.00 545.738.00 5.241.370.637.688.00 207.2.508.461.380.697.00 1447377 1566774 2509412 13964076 13704603 25883218 8743921 515.SCHEDULE .662.00 1.00 Transfer to appropriate head from ELD 19.00 5.00 65.487.565.00 4.921.404.076.1.541.284.701.3 Computer Software 5.880.00 14.950.631.00 100.283.861.00 Cheque cancelled 20.00 Peripherals & Internet Equipment 5.00 For 2010-11 Total Depreciation Balance as on Additions Deduction/A 01.1.00 135.503.00 110.793.00 3.382.00 270.044.V: FIXED ASSETS S No Particulars Gross Total Upto 2009-10 Prior period 8.00 4.00 174.00 94.715.976.6 Roads & Buildings 260166460 47. Development: 5.2.039.00 98.738.00 13.724.285.469.4 Electrical installations 5.1 Computers.2 Furniture & Fixtures 5349571 2.00 2.00 5.5 Equipment for Laboratories 5.224.00 27.1 Communication Facilities 5.566.319.00 687.00 2.00 1.947.6 Furniture & Fixtures 5.00 4.994.976.00 13.640.334.899.585.00 1.00 7.297.459.00 1.00 842.973.900.625.2 Computer Hardware 5.00 373.00 3.657.014.615.010.00 1.080.00 4.7 Power & Water 31837063 9.00 0.669.283.04.616.1.860.512.00 5.00 136.00 8.532.1.2010 during the year dj.916.169.00 1.00 535.682.00 75.00 114.00 41.041.147.785.964.065.598.722.00 79.625.1.00 20.840.290.00 0.001.00 307.774.138.00 1.00 2.772.703.00 476.981.541.620.00 5.753.7 Library Books & Journals 5.672.185.00 0.661.009.8 Office Equipment .158.10 Vehicles 4503319 4. 84.087.00 5.00 4.00 712.562.392.468.076.123.00 3.993.516.00 553.11 Total .076.009.250.00 2.886.00 9.250.00 73.432.317.876.673.665.476.198.00 106.132.884.00 3.578.00 30.850.00 0 5.435.438.00 4.302.556.868.00 21.445.00 4.418.657.134.

2.13 Total .00 110.3.716.602.346.266.107.610.656.806.00 5.114.093.789.042.Current 955.710.517.684.974.00 1.3 Computer Software 2.3.00 77.00 421.391.2.030.00 5.11 Tubewells & Water 1045264 9.319.702.00 0.463.3.075.00 furniture 5.586.00 1.862.405.00 1.103.595.397. 13.498.787.681.389.020.00 643.00 1.027.902.00 63.00 21.00 239.775.920.27 284 1.929.692.00 2.381.00 5.00 1.00 71.634.324.023.00 10.185.116.698.921.00 932.00 86.00 0.00 774.00 7.00 Project: 374982293 0 83.00 3.00 60.00 505.06 19.00 420.00 0.00 7.857.306.031.00 64.00 0.00 2.763.644.275.6 Plant.73 155.178.00 (Project) 5.937.051.082.439.912.012.514.580.40 672.06 399.602.634.00 7.466.875.00 1.856.00 5. Machinery.306.270.00 215.00 399.564.3.00 3.00 56.084.00 193.00 384.876.00 159.00 13.00 307.345. Development: 5.00 113.460.849.997.3.876.707.9 Current year 159.574.27 64.099.00 12.054.00 89.928.00 5.10 Student Hostel 1400548 44.861.06 401.2.00 0.688.903.00 532.00 7.634.00 2.172.758.00 45.2.00 year 3 * Depreciation has been calculated as per prescribed rates (Details are explained under Notes on Accounts) .408.882.356.7 547.075.432.00 108.902.406.9 Roads & Buildings 7579366 881.211.304.620.322.796.73 11.554.836.00 (On Freehold Land): 5.1 Books and Journals 307.612.Current year 82.00 143.00 120.836.380.563.429.00 459.624.172.443.886.895.044.00 70.830.321.00 31.452.245.203.262.5 Office Equipment 459.024.00 1.542.00 Equipment Equipment/Lab.016.3.350.00 307.793.789.691.00 449.3.147.558.00 15.00 5.757.591.00 244.444.2.00 279.003.761.40 11.937.199.326.00 25.00 Supply Equipment 5.638.00 1.043.043.3.950.3.123.423.961.259.427.00 43.00 TOTAL .00 5.73 97.608.8 Vehicles 1.73 96.00 170.7 Roads & Buildings 31.00 455.318.568.00 263.00 42.023.557.472.00 306.00 1.00 Peripherals & Internet Equipment 5.400.289.013.338.00 1.00 8.40 1.689.00 (On Freehold Land): 5.674.4 Furniture & Fixtures 946.2 Computers.00 (Non Plan) Total (Plan & Non Plan) 796.214.058.00 45.072.096.00 117.00 614.187.257.27 8.000.00 5.548.031.00 570.040.00 573.00 643.374.992. & 109.940.00 484.225.73 5.00 7.547.638.317.12 Vehicles 551432 551.054.731.

984.731.No.6 6.2 Non-Plan: 6.068.953.816.00 31. ISM.00 250.00 376.1. Fund Invst.00 5.00 363. with scheduled banks: SBI.00 2.226.872.2.00 273.159.453. Dhanbad Canara Bank.00 70.00 281.00 207.335.893.3 7.000.00 855.7 42.00 6.731.429.334. Parlmt.270.2.2.00 Bank Fixed Deposits Sub-total .00 0 1.70 131.441.04.144.781. Dhanbad (Non Plan C/A) Canara Bank.358.5 6.433.885.565.445..953.2. N.397..030.285.000.1 7.761.885.226.00 SCH.263.095.049.27 28.5 7.534.549.00 0.984.766.91 41.00 Balance as on 31.) Sub-total .2.2 6.589.00 328.Projects GRAND TOTAL INVESTMENTS 250.00 23.035.SCHEDULE .628.2.4 6.398. Dhanbad (Endowment Fund SB A/c) Post-Office Savings A/c Sub Total (Non Plan) Cash in Hand Total Cash & Bank Balance s (NP) SBI.011.VI: INVESTMENTS PARTICULARS Balance as on 01.885.1.565. SDL Br.964. LOANS &ADVANCES.334.2010 Investments/ Investments Renewals Encashed/ adj.969.00 668.00 100.00 5.049.00 10.00 6.000.3.00 10.387.2 7.447.00 70.64 42.00 73.071.00 1.3 Non-Plan: 7.030.174.358.346.3.932.585.000.00 226.00 713.303.VII : CURRENT ASSETS.252.916.133.453.70 131397.041.00 5.303.00 9.447. S.64 85.189.00 1. during the year during the year 0 1.00 327.035.030.3.243.00 515. ISM Campus Br.674.084.00 376.1. ISM Campus Br. Br.000.00 55.193.819.632.70 155.841.549.1.996.692.144.00 305.303.918. Delhi SBI.94 84.841.1 6.412.738.55 285 .00 5.854.00 1.011.00 297.322.926..8 7.7 7.3 6.907.037.429.2. Particulars VII (A) .85 84964598.445.93 72..000.CURRENT ASSETS Cash and Bank Balances : Plan: 7.872.984.2.2.2.196.4 7. Dhanbad (Plan C/A) Sub Total (Plan) 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 37.Non Plan 0.893.00 2.795.705.00 Bank FDs & GOI Bonds Accrued Interest Sub-total .2.Plan GIA & School income: Bank FDs: Scholarship funds: Bank FDs: Endowment fund: Bank FDs: Accrued Interest on End Fund FDRs Accrued Interest on NP Investments 8% GOI Bond (End.55 85095996.00 549.00 129.94 41.00 23.3 6.00 55.468.034.00 304.984.628.91 37.00 9.6 7.226.75 41.2011 Plan: 6.00 221.589.1 Cash at Bank: 7.000.000.096.91 57.285.1 6.885.664.2 6.2.2.037.2. St.00 424.91 57468926.2 7.7 Projects: 6.657.958.000.678.688.229.598.335.887.00 31.00 6.03.303.00 6.01 28.9 Bank bal.2.000.2.83 0.1.1 6.85 155.

588.00 368472 126.03.00 892.289.300.90 222.00 37.737.539.461.192.000.496.979.150.3. Plan: 7.342.00 Journals 7.00 276.00 73.636.13 H.2.627.467.003.49 40.9 Advance of books and 5. No PARTICULARS Balance as on 01.08 40792813.04.500.00 294. Fund) 7.000.00 30.432.2.00 4.563.00 26.00 25.300.2. ISM Br.26 (b) Advances to suppliers/Contractors: Capita l A/c 1.755.00 150.00 936.166.259.500.098. SDL Br.11 Prepaid Expenses 0.6 7.00 0.00 300.00 24.805.3 7.00 936.537. Advance (Against Rev.14 House Building Advance 7.805.3.00 911.000. Advance 7.00 7.090.510.471.471.776.2011 53.300.676.300.623.369.00 10.00 536. Sub Total (Project) Cash Balance in hand Total Cash & Bank Balances (Project) 10.429.3.00 6.00 3.4 Staff Advance 7.790.15 Imprest Advances 7.700.00 78.2.00 1.5 Balance with Scheduled Banks: CA with SBI.581.2.00 113.00 2.875.00 591.150.00 4.7 7.8 Staff Advance Advance for Election duty Sub-total (Project) 83 276.00 0.790.682.890.792.259.163.406.00 7.2010 (a) Loans/Advances to employees: 1.538.49 29.593.709.00 578.18 Staff Advance 7.68 64.754.100.00 progress 7.266.1.17 Scooter/Motorcycle Advance 7. for ISM Work -in0.00 14.958.054.936.00 667.00 71.00 6.1.328.064.1 7.060.08 40774444.084.6 Sub-total (Plan) 2.00 662.3.098.27 64.00 494.7 Advances to suppliers 454.188.3.2.248.08 144.467.2.980.00 27.00 637.000.3.00 7.90 222.299.767.26 405.00 64.00 1.3.472.00 187.000.49 26.575.243.913.00 911.49 64.00 4.067.090.740.00 3.789.958.00 211.291.04 Advances paid Advance adjusted/ during the year refunded during the year Total Cash & Bank Balances VII (B) .853.00 394.00 0. Project 7.00 2.067.00 975.422.789.833.00 1.00 894.299.2 7.10 Adv.00 405.815.815.850.696.1.54 Balance as on 31.767.LOANS.383.00 1.500.00 511.549.539.00 424.36 622.396.1.830.81 40774444. Non-Plan: 7.2. Dh.11 Car Advance 7.00 0.377.028. Dhanbad SB with Canara Bank.00 108.00 261.242.000.81 10.19 Sub-total (Non Plan) 3.00 11.00 1.192.00 5.306.12 Festival Advance 7.00 1.00 400.16 P.1.035.576.813.00 12.00 902.12 Sub-total 1.00 1..10 Cycle Advance 7.B.36 647719.00 286 .1.794.00 18.265.333.1.307.1.384. Plan: 7.Project: 7.500.424.369.8 Advances to contractors 1.00 2.2.600.725.815.899.C.4 7.288.850.394.666.00 1.00 801.00 7.00 0. ADVANCES & OTHER ASSETS: Sl.08 183339367.1.00 7.3.350.2.779.00 894.5 House Building Advance 7.576.779.00 673.591.

536.918.831.2.847. Dh.14 SD with DVC 7.216.968.00 226.00 50.00 0.00 1.3.967.877.00 0.30 3.00 232.309.259.00 3.550.00 51.00 66.091.00 4.00 0.00 246.3.47 243.786.938.726.701.00 0.959.91 139.000.443.100.506.01 70.00 41.438.613.572.577.00 2.576.00 2.769.00 747.419.00 78.603.619.73 2.2.11 7.058.1.344.000.959.686.2.748.948.839.00 26.038.00 555.000.06 1.936.972. 7.B. Non Plan: 7.00 20.00 78.00 50.094.00 79.729.00 0.591. Plan: 7.726.26 Grants-in-aid receivable 7.21 7.654.342.2.80 103.3.00 128.524.342.847.417.00 35.400.00 140.123.342.00 4.2.500.00 209.654.00 0.034.386.00 26.765.80 5.9 Advance to suppliers 7.135.00 22.000.25 SD with IOC/Mahavir Gas.00 12000 2.100.832.709.543. 7. Project: 7.112.00 3.00 140.30 7A 7B Sub-total Security Deposit with Samanta & Co Sub-total Total Plan Loan & Advances & Deposits Total Non Plan Loan & Advances & Deposits Total Project Loan & Advances & Deposits Total Plan Current Assets Total Non Plan Current Assets Advances to suppliers Adv.3.322.00 7C 7. 7.1.801.00 814.400.095.2.1.S.2.674.22 3.713.20 7.000.47 243.972.00 635.2.2.17 Sub-total 2. Dh.1.713.000.47 4.23 Security Deposit with J.646.00 12.836.897.128.112.594.000.00 79.845.00 22.00 218.24 Security Deposit with BSNL.00 140.10 7.139.10 Sub-total (c) .855.Other Deposits 1.245.00 747.00 140.000.131.904.00 1.00 0.16 Grants in aid receivable from MHRD 7.873.000.877.388.00 0.139.57 287 .716.06 116.532.490.00 0.500.44 8.47 4. Project: 7.27 Project Control Account (General) 7. Dhanbad 7.000.981.29 8768132 26.426.00 0.000.00 66.00 635.73 1.06 0.74 12.245.22 2.342.047.28 Project Control Account (End Fund) 7.13 SD with IOC/Mahavir Gas.00 60.583.000.00 0.350.00 40.81 1.957.347.00 555.570.583.00 2.00 61.91 268.000.00 0.E.15 Non Plan Control Account (Please see Current Liabilities) 7.00 0.00 Total Project Current Assets Total Current Assets 46.80 12.751.981.000.570.989. Non Plan: 7.00 232.74 5.00 184.2.1.2.29 Plan Control Account 7.000.000.2.12 7.797.20 7.74 -12.00 2.00 0.988.113. to foreign suppliers against LC Sub-total 2.00 0.839.659.

INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD SCHEDULES FORMING PART OF INCOME & EXPENDITURE AND RECEIPT & PAYMENT ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR 2010 .2011 .

286.947.00 0 49.2.3 9.11 9.29 127569119 8.369.47 of previous year Total Non-Plan GIA for 2009 .000.150.12 9.075.000.360.651. Particulars Current Year : 2010 .1 8.00 153.2.00 15.00 (b) Less: Refund of tuition fees 4.00 year Add: Opening Balance of GIA 69.500.10 SCH.10 9.00 Library fees 2.100.00 22.00 Admission fees 801.2.317.600.00 - 465.FEES FROM STUDENTS: Non-Plan: 9.200.725.16 9.166.2.692.322.29 SCH.000.135.600.718.1.288.647.000.806.2 8.394.010.889.400.9 9.2.800.500.2.47 7.15 9.2.502.000.135.380.678.651.17 (a) Tuition fees 61.00 2.193.5 9.00 Computer fees 3.00 60.430..1 9.500.00 Annual fees 3.2 8.2.272.349.00 3.00 Application fees for admission 3.200.933.00 1.2.GRANTS IN AID Grants-in-aid from MHRD 8.700.000.000.080.2.000.8 9.736.4 727.667.7 9.2.00 890.150.2.14 9.00 423.2.11 Previous Year : 2009 .00 140.00 500.2.00 Counseling fees 118.000.00 Hostel seat rent 3. fees 4.00 Identity card 176.849.748.794.478.000.867.600.677.00 1.100.000.00 8.000.00 850.881.5 8.500.2.6 9.00 Course material fees Electricity charges 1.646.00 722.2.689.052.172.2.7 8 Grants-in-aid from MHRD 255.00 3.00 2.00 3.2.Sl.00 224.00 License fees 450.470.2.967.47 Total Grants in Aid 420.338.3 8.00 Fine/penalty 610.4 9.514.660.2.00 44987954 676.00 Hostel seat rent(outside students) 61.00 34.13 9.000.00 (Non-Plan) Add: GIA Receivable for the 79.2.304.29 592.47 10 Less: Transferred to Capital Fund towards non recurring expenses 7.2 9.00 290 .1.989.268.994.00 597.2.404.2.500.00 Less: Balance of GIA transferred to Unspent GIA for VI Pay Commission Arrears 397.425.329.230.382.00 Hostel admission fees 625.No.600.00 57.29 473.00 59.00 Exam. VIII .874.00 2.942.651.IX .065.1 (Plan) Add: GIA Receivable for the year Total Less: Transferred to Capital Fund towards non recurring expenses 750.

2.00 25.00) 635.2.497.514.980.790.99 57.7 10.012. .514.3 10 Interest on Investment Interest on S.256.012.00 556.2. Interest on LTC Adv. Interest from Bank 10.868.174.1 10.04 36112827.3.26 9.2.561.00 113.24 9.00 635.583.600.2.00 2.00 685.99 240.00 Current Year : 2010 .00 121. to employees: Interest from Cycle Adv.00 88.2.10 9 T O TAL SCH.1 Interest from FDRs 10.028.04 291 . A/c Subtotal (Project) Total Interest Income Interest from Post Office SB a/c (a) Intt.598.640.740.00 24.2.00 659.04 26617317.2.06 28. Fees 42.00 567.110.500.605.29 9.2.579.2.012.160.21 9.174.00 488.095.00 72076 2514949 240.99 (60.19 9.00 14.997.500.2 10.137.00 3.00 441.2.500.00 3.00 733.873.06 22.2. Fund Interest on other Adv.500.2.600.2 10.04 261.00 Previous Year : 2009 .850.23 9.150.9.980.034.00 773.514.129.06 1.400.00 0 2442873 21.355.00 1.00 26617317.696.00 - 2.00 70429413.11 50.2.28 9.00 33.00 1.729.543.3.6 10.595.2.3 10.090.2.00 669.2 Sub Total (Plan) Non Plan: A.9 10.20 9.137.2.00 6980561 1.18 9.146.00 6. Interest from employees: 3.442.900.729.X: INTEREST INCOME Plan: Interest from Bank 10.2.30 Mark sheet fees Medical fees Migration certificate fees Other fees Convocation charges Training & Placement fee Registration form & fees School Development fees Semester rule book Sports fees & entry fees Student activity fees Telephone charges University/Degree exam.360.604.280.2.3.2.05 26.00 22.300.1.800.00 2.25 9. On PC advance Interest from Scooter Advance Sub Total (Non Plan) B.00 44.B.1.4 10.00 278.00 5.2.10 Project: Interest from Bank 10.696.00 3.528.561.472.00 4. Intt.5 10.300.101.2.320.2.763.665.1 Interest on FDRs 10.00 6.8 10.500.660.27 9.22 9.000.00 671. from HBA(RF) to employees (b) Less: Transfer to HBA Rev.

515.133.6 12.00 22.2.00 45.731.2.00 103.2.2.00 319.00 789.2.910.348.2.907.00 - 110.2.419.758.00 764.084.1.333.12 11.417.00 11.2 12.494.8 12.00 1.432.114.578.434.00 1.00 489.10 12.2 11.745.317.2.888.5 12.00 53.11 13660009 13660009 Previous Year : 2009 .279. Recoveries from employees: 11.2.500.SCH.002.600.317.951.643.455.410.235.318.9 11.00 2.926.000.094.00 251.2.403. Income from others: 11.657.10 SCH.318.00 1.00 539.00 377.00 303.2.300.340.00 18.820.00 1.2.1 Pay & Allowances Non-Plan: 12.2.3 11.00 1.750.434.169.6 11.XI: OTHER INCOME Non-Plan A.2.2.00 0 6.2.00 3.189.00 7.13 11.00 Current Year : 2010 .7 12. Acad.148.00 292 .2.16 Sr.00 2.14 11.2.00 4.00 1.883.00 612.00 119.922.00 1.064.772.500.735.377.047.00 1.00 31.00 76.9 12.2.680.2.00 75.10 11.5 Water charges B.233.549.766.00 6758050 4241158 2660801 11.941.00 8.15 11.2.1 11.11 11.800.00 1.4 Bus fare / vehicle charges Electricity charges License fees Medical charges 220.00 3.00 396.791.00 951.2.00 4.790.11 Pay and Allowances: Arrears of VI Pay Commission Bonus Children Education Allowance City Compensatory Allowance Conveyance/Transport Allowance Dearness Allowance Dearness Pay Grade Pay Honorarium House Rent Allowance House Rent for Accommodation to Faculty - 9190434.046.00 833.755. .415.2.573.2.00 7.00 10. Income from Consultancy/Projects: 18.377. Hostel room rent EDC room rent Application fees for employment Miscellaneous income License fees from tenants GJLT/Penman Rent Electric charges from tenants School share from Consultancy School support from Consultancy/ Projects Sub Total (Oth er Income Non Plan) Total Other Income C.902.505.0 3.222.258.214.207.3 12.2. XII .00 5.952.050.692.381.8 11.469.420.802.7 11.00 736.185.350.00 687.4 12.ESTABLISHMENT EXPENSES Plan: 12.2.2.1 12.00 10.00 1.961.

30 12.312.00 358.154.2 13.13 12.730.00 1.00 - 1.00 32.2.2.359.344.608.427.000.2.37 12.121.061.2.000.1.3 Traveling Expenses Departmental Expenses Applied Chemistry (Cont.436.673.018.00 297. b.1.31 12.361.00 137.979.2.2.349.12.00 12.192.288.256.2.00 363.00 715.028.2.00 4.00 159. SCH.291.00 200.601.00 60.322.18 12.00 795.00 69.790.699. XIII .00 56. of profess.33 12.2.969.00 207.00 7.2. & Engg.20 Interim Relief Leave Travel Concession Non-Practicing Allowance Other Allowances Overtime Pay of Officers Pay of Staff Personal pay Reimb.168.00 60.225.590.426.068.26 12.00 392.24 12.350.16 12.2.909.2. Dept.314.00 126.387.210.2.021.000.00 68.2.00 1.508.2. to teachers/ Personal Development Allowance Special allowance to Director Washing Allowance Pay arrears Wages Sub-total Retirement Benefits: Pension Pension Arrears for VI pay comm.00 3. Sub Total Retirement T.00 35.166.28 12.34 12.00 139.32 12.959.00 194.A.14 12.836.075.00 78.133.858.00 375.00 56.25 12. Gratuity Leave Salary Sub Total Less: Received from other orgns.00 129.00 129.593.287.00 56.324.00 293 .011.00 41.931.2.10 199.38 314.543.00 5.626.00 151.00 2. 375.000.2.00 217.23 12.602. Environmental Sc.970. to DCPS members T O T A L (Non Plan) 4.2.00 48.2.538.00 1.00 8. to CPF members Matching contrib.29 12.036.11 383.2.22 12.00 167.349.00 637.085.00 147. 13.00 13.2.2.17 12.502.35 12.154.00 7.168.464.583.084.OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES Plan: a.2.00 98.084.551.00 351.059.1 13.00 372.660.100.778.00 12.36 12.604.00 48.00 35.622.00 935.606.00 12.500.00 373.601.12 12.913.352.00 44.00 Previous Year : 2009 .126. Medical allowance Deposit Linked Insurance Matching contrib.402.122.500.928.00 5.382.147.1.19 12.2.2.00 223.00 Current Year : 2010 .659. exp.00 754.135.00 12.812.2.15 12.2.635.314.068.00 68.764.21 12.824.551.728.00 Total Establishment Exp.27 12.) Electrical Engg.032.

1.2.18 13.007. Security Services Telephone/fax/internet/Website exp.1. for Meetings & Meeting Exp.656.2.00 1.495.00 13.825.722.535.496.00 478.4 13.00 467.692.000.00 1.00 Examination Section 23./Seminar/Conf. for Trg.1.270.2 13.20 13.722.A.276.051.00 1.000.2.287. to Employees T.00 241.748.00 3.00 3.1.259.904.2.184.00 696.00 1. Vehicle Running & Maint.13 13. Exp.8 13.00 138.1.16 13.674. Exp.2.00 90.A.2. in India T.14 13.316.257.00 2.529.526.00 9.10 13.00 13. 13.013.1.00 19.7 13.032.809.319. 13. etc.1.000.192.A.1.432.9 13.00 57.00 1.955.19 13.00 1.527.981.001.000.00 5. to External Experts/Officials Departmental Expenses: Administrative Dept.646.211.248.00 3. & Admission exp. Applied Chemistry Applied Geology Applied Geophysics Applied Mathematics Applied Physics 2.707.10 13.936. Bank Charges Staff Selection Expenses Miscellaneous Expenses Repair & Maintenance Public Health & Pest Control ISM Expansion Plan Round off Sub-total (Plan) Traveling Expenses: 9. etc. for Trg. Exp.129.00 3.627.014.00 11.706.966.00 1. 375.00 45.1.17 e.00 2.350.00 600.013.639.00 2.704.969.938.055.2.00 284.00 563.000.00 Subscription to Science Direct & E-Journals 9.9 d.911.21 Non-Plan: Other Educational Exp.829.00 53.00 12.540.5 13.759.00 5.5 T.672.1.1.564.512.072.171.A.198.1.1.00 Student's Scholarship 19.6 13.639.036.7 13.00 22.371.00 10.11 646.1.12 13.1.1 13. Health Centre & Medical Care Exp.572.108.034.c.3 13.869.00 231.00 14.402.4 13.000.130.2.A.1.452.264.085.000.00 168.948.572.00 146.369. 13.8 13.052.15 13.00 927.00 3.636.11 13.260. Grant for R&D Projects 15.746./Seminar/Conf .983. abroad T.6 13.1.446.00 223.00 1.00 Student's Amenities and activities 1.00 Entrance Exam.000.1.00 561.2.311.00 46.00 5.117.00 General Expenses: Electricity Charges Generator Running & Maint.00 13.317.2.053.00 294 .605.00 500.904.00 2.596.175.661.00 4.335.00 28. T.2.071.00 76.292.588.00 7.

of Envir.00 40.00 5.105.00 4.835.809.056.00 406.00 19.2.25 Central Library Computer Centre Computer Science & Engineering Dept.00 39.097.2.30 13.118.00 571.38 13.746.072.016.2. Engg. Contin gency Research Contingency Research Fellowship Student Scholarship (P.41 Contrb.2.000.140.060.174.00 368.18 13.984.330.996.283.2.2.00 32. Engg.2.2.00 312.142.340.00 1.27 Workshop Other Educational Expenses: 13.00 2.762.00 926.00 404.136.00 1.00 70.00 69.2.286.45 Advertisement & Publicity Liasioning Office Expenses Electricity Charges Generator Running & Maint.00 296.224.00 4.000.766.486.625.23 13.978.970.00 84.32 13.00 5. Fellowship) Student Scholarship (Undergraduate) Mess bill/Pocket Exp to SC/ST students General Expenses: 13.2.12 13.00 21.716. 7.634.750.342.433.988.310.2.818.454. Exp.2.00 13.28 13.756.00 443.2. 13.148.935.327.00 8.340.637.842.2.00 582.702.292.019.16 13.00 858.655.123.00 549. Mining Engineering Petroleum Engg.00 507. Electronics & Instrumentation Executive Development Centre Fuel & Mineral Engg.452.582.862.00 297.243.00 1.21 13.453.2.37 13.2.049.00 503.124.40 13.000.00 596.2.00 1.00 564.00 1.360.39 13.00 177.2.530.216.2.00 10.00 3.00 7.14 13.685.2.189.510. to Seminars/Symposia Entrance Exam/Admission Expenses Examination Section Exp.2.960.36 13.161.602.44 13.00 555.591.00 5.13.2.254.00 1.00 6.42 13.054.766.00 1.014.26 Electrical Engg.00 97.00 7.899.G.00 1.00 260. Sports & Gymnasium 252.2.00 562.391.34 13. Science & Engg. & Mining Mach.00 343.510.00 1.00 118.00 1.2.00 296.406.580.00 893.2.2.486.977.2.031.00 251.22 13.00 9.00 421.539.43 13.171.837.00 438.642.638.15 13.00 260.00 (20.35 13.33 13.753.20 13.00 3.2.00 412.637.513.2.727.2.228.17 13.423.625.29 13.017.2.00 10.965.G.2.00 38.037.00 3.2.24 13.19 13. Library Periodicals Prizes to Students Students Activities Students Amenities Scholarship to Students: P.13 13.31 13.654.753.00 295 .927.472.00) 661.00 66.00 914.2. Humanities & Social Sciences Inter Disciplinary Research Contingency Management Studies Mech.00 7.507.968.813.

56 13.30 149.50 13.00 667.00 359.547.850.00 161.599.00 526.67 13.948.13.786.728.62 13.904.315.00 633.011.225.1 13.00 41.933.00 33.57 13.475.802.82 166.386.450.692.2.00 764.676.311.056.328.107.00 117.00 17.3.460.2.00 211.107.387.645.236.2.00 1.60 13.113.00 439.00 1.596.00 155.075.857.482.2.295.162.00 8.00 784.47 13.00 1.968.58 13.00 3.51 13.989.797.00 1.009.2.00 21.00 132.643.562.00 3.82 Miscellaneous Expenses: 9.404.630.00 397.00 13.53 13.00 33.00 3.929.2.869.2.016.371.136.143.335.2.68 a b c d e f 13.00 1.2.030.386.30 33.2. Expenses Projects Total Traveling Exp.2.000. Total General Expenses Total Misc.086. of Teachers/Staff incl.750.00 932.00 441.748.00 960.894.296.00 7.00 231.631.54 13.00 8.328.716.00 66.2.00 6.2.00 26.30 13 A 13 B 13 C 13 D 13 E 13.00 2.64 13.036.371.684.00 1.709.400.150.12 296 .219.00 722.00 56.710.2.862.466.65 13.00 963. Total Departmental Exp Total Other Educational Exp.3.00 170.877.187.632.00 Computer Maintenance 1.00 990.044.069.00 220.259.540.00 192.2.460.00 80.072.678.453.2.911. seminars etc.627.00 2.269.2.271.00 1.00 Sub Total (NP Miscellaneous Exp) Sub-total (Non-Plan) 10.48 13.00 313.464.530.548.065.00 38.263.333.00 2. Expenses Total O ther Administrative Exp 2.2.00 Civil Maintenance 11.024.63 13.728.2.00 352.66 13.00 447.49 13.319.967.142.780.52 13.800.00 31.00 5. Visiting Part-time Lecturers Welfare Measures Rajbhasha & other statutory exp Maintenance Expenses: 8.040.00 75.941.82 Project Account Miscellaneous Expenses: 13.378.00 60.30 33.538.55 13.451.00 11. Academic Hostel Trg.00 111.236.968.82 35.00 46.328.00 Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Electrical Maintenance 2.090.00 406.00 21.30 8.59 13.2.556.640.173.00 Office & Lab Equipment 582.00 Furniture & Fixtures 506.960.149.2.549.954.46 13. Expenses Water Supply expenses Audit Fees & Expenses Contingent Expenses Convocation & Annual Day Public Health & Pest Control Publications Legal expenses Sr.161.00 91.728.00 390.039.272.61 13.2.408.00 606.00 Bank Charges Miscellaneous (Rounding off) Total Admn.2 13.20 Health Centre Expenses/Medical cover to Employees/Students Horticulture & Gardening Hospitality & Public Relations Postage & Telegram Printing & Stationery School's membership of professional bodies Security Services Telephone/Telex/Fax/Internet Uniform to Staff Vehicle Running & Maint.146.686.530.2.

interest on saving bank a/c.5 FIXED ASSETS AND DEPRECIATION A.2 REVENUE RECOGNITION Fees from students. FIXED ASSETS: (a) Fixed assets have been stated at cost of acquisition inclusive of inward freight.XIV: SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES 14. However. 14. duties. has been accounted for on cash basis. Interest on interest bearing advances is accounted for on receipt basis.4 INVESTMENTS: (a) (b) Investments both long term and short term have been shown at face value / cost. The tuition fee is collected on semester basis commencing from July to June. Building and other property etc.1 ACCOUNTING CONVENTION: "The financial statements of Plan and Non-Plan have been prepared on the basis of historical cost convention unless otherwise stated and generally on accrual basis of accounting to the extent possible. taxes and incidental/direct expenses related to acquisition to the extent possible. 14. 14. retirement benefits viz. Interest on Investment is accounted on accrual basis. stationery and other stores is accounted as revenue expenditure. Institutions at face value. leave salary. gratuity. 297 (b) (c) . sale of admission forms. No shortfall is expected in the value of investments as the same are to be redeemed by Govt. pension liability etc.3 INVENTORIES VALUATION: Expenditure on purchase of chemicals. are accounted on realization basis. Fixed assets received by way of non-monetary grants (other than towards the Corpus Fund) have been capitalized at values stated by corresponding credit to capital fund. Income from land. publications. 14. glassware.SCHEDULE . Expenditure for renovation of buildings has been treated as Capital Expenditure.

No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Name of Assets Land Road & Buildings Furniture & Fixture Office Equipment/ Appliances Electrical Installation Library Books Tube Well & Water Supply Equipment Communication Facilities Computer Hardware/ Peripherals Computer Software/Software Development Plant & Machinery/Lab Equipments Vehicles Student Amenities Depreciation Rate 0% 10% 10% 10% 10% 60% 10% 15% 60% 60% 15% 15% 10% The depreciation for Project Assets has been debited to the Capitalized fund for Assets Account through which assets were created in the books of accounts. depreciation has been calculated separately on diminishing balance method (written down value) for each item from 1997-98 onwards at the following rates and at the ad-hoc rates to cover all the years up to and including 1996-97. 14. In order to reflect the assets at value. 298 . With the change of accounting system from cash accounting to Accrual accounting. the provision for accumulated depreciation has been shown under Current Liabilities & Provisions. 1961 Depreciation has been calculated for the whole year on the assets procured anytime during the year. For the purpose of determining the quantum of depreciation for all the previous years.B. The MHRD grant utilized towards capital expenditure are transferred to the Capital Fund Account. DEPRECIATION: The depreciation on fixed assets have been calculated during the year as prescribed under the Income Tax Act. the depreciation was provided for the first time during 2007-08. The Depreciation rates are as follows : Sl. for all the previous years upto 31st March 2007 by debiting Capital Fund Account.6 GOVERNMENT GRANTS: (a) (b) Government grants utilized for acquisition/construction of assets have been capitalized.

sales tax. pay scales. 299 . to the extent utilized as income of the year in which they are realized under Plan.) as on 31. The quantum of the claims is not ascertainable.8 14. retirement benefits. etc.(c) (d) (e) MHRD grants for meeting Revenue Expenditure are treated. SCHEDULE .3. student related.2011.III. as well as arbitration cases with the suppliers. Some suits were filed against ISM. INCOME TAX: The income of the School is exempted from Income Tax under Section 10 (23c) of the Income Tax Act. 15. by former/ present employees/ students of ISM and were pending for decision by various courts. These are related to employee's promotions. Break-up of grants-in-aid under the heads recurring and non-recurring has been shown according to utilization of the grants. It is shown as Earmarked/Endowment Fund under Schedule . No provision for tax is therefore made in the accounts. 15. termination. loans and advances have a realizable value in the ordinary course of transactions equal at least to the aggregate amount shown in the Balance Sheet except a few very old balances.XV : NOTES ON ACCOUNTS 15. 14. tenants. New Delhi.3 CURRENT ASSETS. LOANS & ADVANCES In the opinion of the Management the current assets. municipal taxes.2 CAPITAL COMMITMENTS Estimated value of contracts remaining to be executed on Capital Account and not provided for (Net of Advances) amounted to ` 15. 14. Excess of income over expenditure for the year has been transferred to Non-Plan Endowment Fund as per Block Grant Scheme of MHRD.00 Crores (approx. increments. The gross value of construction works being executed through Advance to CPWD is estimated more than ` 300 Crores.9 RETIREMENT BENEFITS: Retirement benefits are accounted for on cash basis. as at the end of the year.7 FOREIGN CURRENCY TRANSACTIONS: Transactions denominated in foreign currency are accounted or at the exchange rate prevailing on the date of the transaction as per Bank advice.1 CONTINGENT LIABILITIES: (a) (b) There were no disputed demands in respect of income tax. The expenditure on renovation/ modification of buildings has been charged to Road & Buildings.

a Receipt & Payment Account. REGISTRAR (FINANCE & ACCOUNTS) (COL.12 Schedule 1 to 15 are annexed to and form an integral part of the Balance Sheet as at 31st March 2011 and the Income & Expenditure Account for the year ended on that date. an Income & Expenditure Account and Balance Sheet of the same is attached to the School's Account. and interest income was credited to Income & Expenditure Account considering income of the School. From 2007-08 the amount of consultancy has been considered as liability and undisbursed amount has been shown in the Balance sheet.7 15. PRAMOD MATHUR) DY. The receipts/ payments for the consultancy services of previous period has been taken into Capital Fund Account.59 lakhs which includes substantial amount pending for adjustment in the books of accounts towards payments against letters of credit.03. The amount received/ expenditure for new consultancy services and undisbursed amount of old consultancy projects have been taken into Balance Sheet.K. payments to suppliers. Necessary adjustment has been made during this year also.9 15. 15. Expenditure exceeding availability of fund in a project. 15. (DR. these accounts are prepared separately. KUMAR) DIRECTOR 300 .5 CONSULTANCY SERVICES: The accounting system for the consultancy services was changed during the year 2007-08. No provision has been made for arrears for promotion/revision of pay of employees. The variation in the previous year figures of balance sheet is due to reclassification/segregation of ledger accounts. 15.4 PAY AND ALLOWANCES: As a part of implementation of accrual system of accounting the provision for salary of March 2011 has been made in the books of accounts as on 31.10230776203 as on 31. Dhanbad under Project current a/c no. wherever necessary and segregated to the extent possible. M.11 The Bank FDR's have been considered as investment. 15.2011. Corresponding figures for the previous year have been regrouped / rearranged.2011 as per Cash book is ` 109. and shown accordingly. was met out of interest from project investments. 15. bank charges. if any.3. etc. which were directly debited by the bank in the earlier years and could not be accounted for due to lack of relevant records. no changes were made in the previous year figures of Income & Expenditure A/c and Receipt & Payment accounts.6 Balance with SBI. However.8 15. Upto 2006-07 the amount received and expenditure incurred on consultancy projects were taken into Income & Expenditure Account. T.SINGH) REGISTRAR (PROF. However.15. As the Provident Fund Accounts and the New Pension Scheme Account are owned by the Members of those funds and not by the School.10 The surplus funds under Project Accounts were invested in a consolidated manner. ISM Campus Branch.

INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD ANNUAL ACCOUNTS OF GPF. CPF & DCPS FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2010 .2011 .

236.506.367.011. AND D.079.4 3.539.387.879.849.278.83 8.4.4.962.00 37.302.552.00 10.55 121.4..4.527.712.00 2.00 1.4.370.624.00 20.P.4.00 5.2 2.774.77 Add: Interest credited to members Add: Matching contribtuion to the members Sub-total Less:Advances.00 165.299.C.681.996.withdrawals &final payments Balance at the end of the year CPF MEMBERS' FUNDS: Balance at the beginning of the year Add: Subscriptions & Loan recovery during the year 148.00 9.00 421.150.596.83 342.916.94 47.05 2.4.011.00 20.00 140.F.422.94 111.6 LIABILITIES GPF MEMBERS' FUNDS: Balance at the beginning of the year Add: Subscriptions/Loan Recovery during the year Current Year 2010 .692.501.733.299.837.916.440.4. for the year Add: Book adjustment for reconcilation Add: Transfer from CPF Member's fund a/c Balance as at the end of the year TOTAL LIABILITIES 2.299.94 17.00 7.P.289.00 5.00 1.4.4.663.2 3.497.INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD BALANCE SHEET OF G.308.00 135.210.4.550.00 3.78 0.861.720.1 2.3 4.4.538.2011 ( Amounts in `) Previous Year 2009 .380.069.786.931.543.981.310.005.00 5.032.6 2 2.746.4.4.1 3.F.056.055.00 37.00 159. No.4 1.766.3 3.501.5 5 304 .4.692.00 8.4.withdrawals & final payments Less: Adjustment for transfer to GPF Members's Fund/ General Reserve Balance as at the end of the year DCPS MEMBERS' FUNDS: Balance at the beginning of the year Subscriptions during the year Add: Matching contribtuion to the members Add: Interest credited to members Less: Amount transferred to NSDL Account Balance as at the end of the year GENERAL RESERVE: Balance at the beginning of the year Add:Excess of income over exp.00 11.00 28.178.5 1.387.2 1.777.012.4.00 29.94 31.4 2.06 203.P.00 0.023.767.127.00 12.5 4 4.538.4.2 4.086.048.663.00 12.00 0.794.1 4.236.00 34.55 355.082.009. 1 1.78 12.00 24.1 1.396.00 0.00 9.746.4.4.274.885.500.00 135.403.005.835.614.00 11.3 2.7 3 3.00 12.808.365.4 4. C.00 2.380.956.94 33.3 1.466.00 148.00 12.S.2010 ( Amounts in `) Add: Interest credited to members Add: Transfer from CPF Member's fund a/c Sub-total Less:Advances.4.4.5 2.027.403.745.979. ACCOUNT AS AT 31st MARCH 2011 Sl.879.191.00 174.4.00 133.218.422.

131.731.00 26.15 ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS: Investments: Balance at the beginning of the year Add: Investments made during the year Less: Investments encashed during the year Balance as at the end of the year Accrued Interest on Investment: Opening Balance Additions during the year Balance as at the end of the year Total Investment incld.162.378.6 6.9 6.833.246.77 (DR.4.697.14 6.075.4.4.00 11.00 3.4.4.55 260.030.519.676.095.2 6.702.13 6.183.4.12 6.833.517.165.4.55 463. Accrued Interest CASH & BANK BALANCES: Cash at Bank with SBI.175.697.141.734.11 6.00 315.4.5 6.4.00 3.4.328.00 113.837. ISM Br.523.586.032.77 431. Dhanbad Sundry Debtors: Project Control A/c Non Plan Control Account TOTAL 303.00 321..00 131.00 355.360.10 6.466.4.K.00 342.975.849.627.SINGH) REGISTRAR (PROF.00 95.150. KUMAR) DIRECTOR 305 .376.6 6.320.00 51.00 26.00 303.274.282.304. T. M.00 810.704.4.841.4 6.00 15.4.1 6.420.088. PRAMOD MATHUR) DY.4.00 11.00 496.328.3 6.042.7 6.8 6.00 10.00 348. REGISTRAR (FINANCE & ACCOUNTS) (COL.378.4.

663.SINGH) REGISTRAR (PROF.109.78 20..00 20.702. ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH 2011 Sl.78 22.F.639.B ) BALANCE BEING SURPLUS CARRIED TO GENERAL RESERVE 22.00 22.837.78 15.963.00 23.2010 ( Amounts in `) 15.00 8.00 2.P.141.032.869. REGISTRAR (FINANCE & ACCOUNTS) (COL.861. T.774.78 810.501.2011 ( Amounts in `) Previous Year 2009 .P. KUMAR) DIRECTOR 306 .00 30.639.78 8.095.681. PRAMOD MATHUR) DY.957.00 185.P.78 2.690.095. AND D. M.78 (DR.78 EXPENDITURE 3 4 Interest credited to members accounts Bank charges TOTAL (B) 5 6 Balance being excess of Income over Expenditure ( A . 1 2 INCOME Interest / Income from Investments Interest Accrued on investment TOTAL (A ) Current Year 2010 .F.INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT OF G.C. C. No.663.681.861.984.665.K.S.294.984.774.816.

No.183.310.55 144. ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31st MARCH 2011 Sl.B: Cash at Bank with SBI.872.ISM Br.246.586.00 185.F.974. M.069.127.77 (DR.376.SINGH) REGISTRAR (PROF.F.975.00 5387538 7.365.INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS ACCOUNT OF G.00 24.501.P. T.00 26.166.55 17.680.041.00 10.306.315.00 203..P.884. from GPF members Subscription & loan rec.315.175.78 32.746.77 144. C.823.00 12.886.P.956.030. RECEIPTS Current Year 2010-11 ( Amounts in `) 26.S.624. KUMAR) DIRECTOR 307 .500.175.00 95.236.131.00 Previous Year 2009-10 ( Amounts in `) 6.00 131.886.005.789.550.996.00 5.282.00 5387538 51841165 2.00 2.00 113.ISM Br. REGISTRAR (FINANCE & ACCOUNTS) (COL.802.480.K.00 973.823.77 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Advances / withdrawals / final payments to GPF members Advances / withdrawals / final payments to CPF members Refund/ Transfer from DCPS to NSDL A/c Investments made during the year Refund of dues to Non-Plan A/c Bank Charges CB: Cash at Bank with SBI.837.789.99 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 O. from CPF members Subscription from DCPS members Matching contribtuion to CPF members Matching contribtuion to DCPS members Investments encashed Receipt from Non-Plan A/c Receipt from Project Control A/c TOTAL PAYMENTS 22690963.Dhanbad TOTAL 29.00 1.816.00 431.236.501.00 12.977.78 31.210.287.420.376.77 15.. PRAMOD MATHUR) DY.320.011.C.55 203. AND D.178.Dhanbad Interest / Income from Investments Subscription & loan rec.00 3.

II .AUDIT REPORT Annexure .

gov.in 310 . Separate Audit Report should be duly considered and adopted by the Governing Body/Board of Management of Indian School of Mines. 5) 6) Hindi version of the report may be forwarded to this office within 10 days for approval. I am to enclose a copy of Separate Audit Report along with audited Annual Accounts of Indian School of Mines . 3) The audited Annual Accounts.àYmZ _hmboImH$ma H$m H$m`m©b` (boIm narjm). Subject : Audit Report on accounts of Indian School of Mines . Dhanbad in the Annual general meeting before these are laid in the House of Parliament. Ranchi Xya^mf / Telephone : 0651-2411670/2413690 \¡$Šg / Fax : 0651-2411745/2413701 B©-_ob / e-mail : agaujharkhand@cag. Indian School of Mines Dhanbad-826004.As above Principal Accountant General (Audit) Jharkhand. Yours faithfully. Encl :. New Delhi for information and necessary action. am±Mr-834002 OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTANT GENERAL (AUDIT). Dhanbad for the year 2010-11 for information and necessary action.834002 No. Dhanbad for the year 2010-11 Sir. Ministry of Human Resource Development. 4) A Copy of the (i) Resolution of Governing Body adopting the Audit Report and Audit Certificate with audited Annual Accounts. RANCHI . (ii) Date of the presentation before the House of Parliament and (iii) Annual Report of the School may be furnished to this office in due course for our record and onward transmission to the Comptroller and Auditor General of India. 2) A copy of the document has also been sent to the Secretary to Government of India. New Delhi. The Receipt of this letter with enclosures may please be acknowledged. PmaI§S> . JHARKHAND. OAD(C)SAR-ISM-2010-11-240 Dated : 06-01-2012 To The Director.

) under Societies Registration Act.Separate Audit Report on the Accounts of Indian School of Mines. 311 . as well as evaluating the overall presentation of financial statements. 3. etc. These financial statements are the responsibility of the School management. 1860. on a test basis. Ministry of Finance. (ii) The Balance Sheet and Income & Expenditure Account/Receipt & Payment account dealt with by this report have been drawn up in the format approved by the Government of India. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit. 4. Dhanbad for the year 2010. (i) Based on our audit. 1971 read with Section 19 (1 to 6) of the Memorandum of Association and Rules and Regulations (as revised upto 29. Power and Conditions of Service) Act. Audit observations on financial transactions with regard to compliance with the Law.7-23/74. etc. 2. Dhanbad as at 31 March 2010 and the Income and Expenditure Account/Receipts and Payment Account for the year ended on that date under Section 20 (I) of the Comptroller and Auditor General's (Duties.1977 vide Government of India letter No. These standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free from material misstatements. conformity with the best accounting practices.. evidences supporting the amounts and disclosure in the financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by the managements. we report that : We have obtained all the information and explanations.2011 We have audited the attached Balance Sheet of Indian School of Mines (School). Rules and Regulations (Propriety and Regularity) and efficiency-cum-performance aspects. accounting standards and disclosure norms.F. This Separate Audit Report contains the comments of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) on the accounting treatment only with regard to classification. if any are reported through Inspection Reports/CAG's Audit Reports separately. The audit has been entrusted for the period upto 2011-12. We have conducted our audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in India. We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion.T. An audit includes examining.6. which to the best of our knowledge and belief were necessary for the purpose of our audit.11.

3. Munich.740 was received from the concerned Ministry for financial year 2010-11 in the Schedule -IV (items No.24.267 vide voucher 1661 dated 31. Omission resulted in overstatement of concerned 'Project liability' ( as the Bank already debited the amount ) and understatement of 'Supplier Advance ' to the extent of ` 19.2011 was for supply of 'Monocromato metre Imaging Spectrometer with photon counting' from M/s Prinston Instrument New York.2011 and debited under head 'DST (43)/ 2009-10/247/Applied Physics'. A.672) on bank clearance of above two FLC.1 Overstatement of Project Liability ` 19.F. But the School failed to debit the concerned project head worth ` 19.01.2010 was for supply of Spectrum Analyzer 9 Hz.(iii) In our opinion.54.03.03.11.96 lakh The Indian School on Mines ( School ) opened two Foreign Letter of Credit ( FLC) for procurement of Foreign Equipments from two different suppliers under two different project head.16 lakh During checking of Non-plan ledger with grant received from Ministry of Tribal Affairs for distribution of Scholarship to ST students. USA at a cost of ` 8.2011.672 for which freight charges paid to M/S DHL Carrier for Rs.T.2 Under statement of 'Current Liability by ` 4.100) A.1. The second FLC dated 11. 4.252 ( ` 1924183 + freight charges ` 72.1. ( Reference Schedule-IV-item no 4.) of the Societies Registration Act.1977 vide Government of India letter No.26. The First FLC dated 20.6. Germany for ` 10.08.2.1. But from concerned file it was noticed that the Ministry of Tribal 312 .12). (iv) A. from M/s Rohde & Schwarz GmbH Postfach. proper books of accounts and other relevant records have been maintained by the Indian School of Mines. 1860 in so far as it appears from our examination of such books.802 vide voucher 1609 dated 24.3.103 & 4. We further report that : BALANCE SHEET Liabilities A.183 ( ` 8.69.069) as the instruments were not installed up to 31.511 + ` 10. 47.69.03. to 18 Hz.7-23/74.11 for which freight charges paid to M/S DHL Carrier for ` 24.545. Dhanbad as required under Section 19 (1 to 6) of the Memorandum of Association and Rules and Regulations (as revised upto 29.2011 and debited to 'DST/(40)200809/235/E&I'. it was noticed that the ledger & Annual Accounts showed Grant of ` 6.96.

09 lakh Scrutiny of Plan voucher and Annual Account (Schedule-XIII item No 13. A.2011 and booked entire amount under head 'Equipment' instead of 'Advance to suppliers' as the Equipment was not installed till 31. This resulted in understatement of excess of income over expenditure by ` 3. 1498(plan) dated 31.2. Further.2011.94 lakh was booked under ' Other Administrative Expenses' ( Schedule XIII item No.09 lakh and understatement of 'Supplier Advance' to that extent. ASSETS A.154 as third instalment of grant for ST students Scholarship ( vide letter dated 28/29 03.09) revealed that the school has subscribed ` 78. A.18) considering as ' Revenue work' instead of ' Capital work' under head of ' Road & Building ' which was in contrary to Significant Accounting Policies 14.09 lakh The school place an order to M/s Synergic Measurement Technology Pvt.12) which resulted in understatement of Liability under head 'Current Liability and Provision' in the Annual Accounts.03.94 lakh under head Building and Road Scrutiny of voucher as well as Ledgers of plan account under head 'Civil Maintenance' and 'Electric Maintenance' revealed that 23 numbers of works related to Renovation and Construction work of Building amounting to ` 45. This resulted in overstatement of Assets under head 'Equipment' by ` 21.03.08. the school has also charged 15 per cent depreciation on above amounting to ` 3.2.08. A.2 Over statement of Equipments by ` 21.3 Understatement of Current Assets.16. USA for online subscription of e-journal and the amount was released by foreign draft on 31. This result in understatement of assets by ` 45.16.1 Understatement of Assets by ` 45. 313 .998 (vide voucher No 1240 dated 31. Phildalphia .94 lakh and under statement of Excess of Income over Expenditure to that extent. The school released 98 per cent amounting to ` 21.2011 for the year 2010-11) but the same has not been taken as grant receivable during the year (Reference AS.2011. Ltd.2.03.16 lakh and overstatement of depreciation to that extent.1.72.2. Secundrabad for supply of 'Mixed signal Oscilloscope Band with 100MHZ' at a cost of ` 23.1.2011) to M/S ELSEVIER. 13.198 with a terms and conditions that 98 per cent payment would be made on receipts of material and rest 2 per cent on installation.620 vide voucher No.` 78.03.293 during the year in the 'Income and Expenditure Account'.5-A 'Fixed Assets'(c).Affair released an additional amount ` 4.

The School has booked entire amount i.25 lakh. (i) Overstatement of Assets under head Books and Journal by ` 73.09 lakh.2. This also resulted in understatement of Excess of income over expenditure by ` 78.5 Security Deposit under head “Other Deposit' by ` 8..The school has booked entire amount in the 'Other Administration Expenses' instead of 'Supplier Advance' as the supplier had also not provided any users KEY of online transmission of e-journal upto the end of financial year 2010-11. A.e.2. ` 73. 2010 ) and debited under head ' Augmentation of power and water supply' in stead of 'Other Deposit' under Current Assets . The School had already agreed to rectify during 2010-11 but the same has not done. A. computers.686 & project ` 90022). from scrutiny of Bank Statement.03. this should be part of 'Advance to Supplier' not actual expenses.2011 and no such Journals were received too during the year. Books and additional work of Buildings were treated as revenue expenditure of ` 41. 314 . Hence.78.25 lakh to Jharkhand State Electricity Board as Security Deposit for enhancement of load from 900 kva to 2000 kva from Plan head (Vr.1047 dated.03.22 lakh Scrutiny of Bank Book of plan revealed that the school paid ` 73.25 lakh.2. This resulted in understatement of Assets by ` 41. This resulted in overstatement of 'Other Administrative Expenses' and understatement of 'Suppliers Advance' by ` 78.6.22 lakh under head 'Books and Journals' ( Plan) instead of 'Suppliers Advances'.22 lakh and understatement of 'Advance to Suppliers'.113 (plan ` 4.78 1lakh Scrutiny of voucher of Plan.686 Non-plan ` 36. UPS. A.78 lakh and overstatement of Revenue expenditure. it was noticed that bank had not cleared five cheques upto 31. No.03. Non-plan and project revealed that total expenditure towards purchase of different kinds of Equipment.67. This resulted in understatement of current Assets by ` 8. 31.4 Understatement of Assets by ` 41.20. Further. During previous year the school paid ` 8. Omission resulted in overstatement of Assets by ` 73.09 lakh and also understatement of current Asset to that extent. printers.2011 for supply of foreign journals for the period January 2011 to December 2011.22 lakh through five cheques (as detailed below) as on 31.

68.494 on above e-journal resulted in overstatement of depreciation amounting to ` 4. A. total “Advance to Contractor” was shown as ` 22.in 315 .45 lakh As per Schedule VII item No.12. M/s Alliance Books Suppliers Pvt.338 73.27.1.2. 5.2011 31.2.7 Under statement of Fixed assets by ` 4380.2011 31. failed to take over and capitalise the completed work as Assets under the head 'Building'. however. This resulted in overstatement of assets under head 'Book and Journals' by ` 7.36 lakh out of which work of ` 4380. instead of revenue expenditure . Further.03. Voucher No 1.28 lakh.8.36.57.03.436. Total Amount in ` 6. Ltd.45 lakh and non-accountal of 'Capital Work.06.03.Ltd.990 24. under capital head (assets).03.( India) Pvt. Ltd.79.014 Cheque not cleared by Bank as of 31.79.2011 31.12 lakh and also overstatement of excess of income over expenditure to that extent. Further. also not considered items of work 'Capital Work-in Progress'. 4.45 lakh was already completed on or before 31.255 24. Noncapitalisation of completed work valued ` 4380. The School has. M/s Lakshmi Periodical & Books Pvt.491 was paid to American Institute of Physics ( vide voucher No 111 dated 08.03.474 6. however.03.36 lakh ( March 2011) . 3.2011 31. Ltd M/s Alliance Books Suppliers Pvt.2010) and debited under 'Books and Journals'. 1332 1333 1395 1438 1439 Date 31.03.957 10. M/s Alliance Books Suppliers Pvt.6 (ii) Overstatement of assets under head Books and Journal by ` 7. The School.2011 Name of suppliers Total Library Sol.2011 for which the contractor ( CPWD) has been insisting for handing over to the School.2011 008538 008539 008560 008596 008597 A.22. 7. the contractor has also submitted progress of work valued ` 5992. it was also noticed that the School had also provided 60 percent depreciation on Books and Journal head worth ` 4.12 lakh The School created a revenue expenditure head under ' Subscription for Science Direct' for accessing on line e-journals ( Recurring nature ) and ` 7. 2.Sl No. Ltd.

10.29.30 lakh The School in its ' Notes on Accounts' (15. interest earned from investment of the Project funds is to be credited to the respective projects under intimation to the grant sanctioning authority.00 lakh Plan expenses under head 'Other Educational Expenses' ( Schedule XIII. 10. This resulted in understatement of excess of income over expenditure by ` 150. B.101 ( item No.1.30 lakh and understatement of respective Project Fund to the extent.161 to 4.04) showed an amount ` 150.1. This resulted into overstatement of Excess of Income over Expenditure by ` 227. When the incidence of expenditure occurs it should be credited or adjusted and project account should also be debited to the extent (Liability side). The School earned consolidated interest ` 2. As per standard terms and conditions of governing policies.3.00 lakh transferred ( vide voucher No 1485 dated 31.36 lakh resulted in understatement of above respective heads and overstatement of 'Advance to contractor' to that extent.2.1. As per accounting procedure. the entire amount was to be placed under head 'Loans & Advances' under Current Assets.180). Understatement of excess of income over expenditure by ` 150.10) stated that surplus fund of Project Account were invested in consolidated manner and interest earned was credited to Income and Expenditure Account as income of the School . B.Progress' ` 5992.2 of schedule-X)}during 2010-11 which was credited to Income and Expenditure Account treating as School Income instead of crediting to the respective Project heads from which the fund was invested which was contrary to the provision as stipulated by the grant sanctioning authority.item 13.1. As the amount was transferred from one account to another account only.1 of schedule-X ) + ` 11.3.2011) to different projects head (schedule IV item No 4.27. Overstatement of income by ` 227.03.3.46. it did not qualify as expenditure which was against the Generally Accepted Accounting principle.00 lakh in the 'Income and Expenditure Account' and also understatement of 'Loans & Advances' in the Current Assets .696 { ` 21583596 ( item No.3. 316 .1. INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT B.

Understatement of income under School's receipt by ` 57. 317 . The entire amount was booked under head Reserved and Surplus which was in contrary to common Format of Accounts.1.B. This resulted in understatement of excess of income over expenditure as well as in the Assets to that extent.90 lakh As per Common Format of Account every income of any entity should be routed through Income and Expenditure Accounts.5 Understatement of accrued interest by ` 10.50. Student Amenities by ` 17.43.6) under head School Development Account and from different project under Department Development Fund ` 31. B.2010 from Chair Fund of Project (items No 5.316.525 as investment of ` 12 crore made between 07.2.III). This resulted in understatement of excess of income over expenditure by ` 57.09 lakh and overstatement of liability in the Balance Sheet to that extent.1.633. .9). This resulted in overall understatement of depreciation in plan Account by ` 24. Total ` 57.53 lakh (A) Calculation of depreciation of permanent assets (Schedule-V) as per rate mentioned in Notes to Account (14.79 lakh (Schd.85 lakh Scrutiny of statement of accrued interest and investment schedule of project Account revealed that accrued interest was short credited in the annual account of Project by ` 10.50 lakh (liability) as well as Assets to that extent.10. This also resulted in understatement of Capital Fund by ` 3.-II item No.43.07. ( ` 41.02.02 lakh in the Balance sheet. B.3.11 lakh (Schd. Power & Water Supply. Assets items like Computer Peripherals & Internet Equipment and Furniture & Fixture was understated by ` 41. which denote internal resources generation.41. Further.2.1.41.5) revealed that depreciation of plan Assets made during current year was overstated in items like Road & Building.` 17.633 .2 to 5. (B) Likewise in Project Assets depreciation was understated by ` 3. The receipts of revenue nature. this also resulted on overstatement of 'Net Block of Fixed Assets' by ` 24.85.317) and overstatement of excess of income over expenditure to that extent.2010 and 08.90 by way of providing School Resource for such earning to different project but same has not been credited to the income and Expenditure Account.4 Understatement of Depreciation of permanent Assets current year by ` 27.265 in Computer Software and Office Equipment heads. should be part of Income and Expenditure Accounts.317. The school earned ` 26.

2.1. Receipts and Payment Accounts C. Overstatement of receipts by ` 10.2.00 lakh (`8900.44 63.7.1. Grant in Aid Previous years balance ` 31.2. 2.27 lakh. D.347 (schedule VII-item No 7. Non-disclosure of intangible assets separately ` 63.3.46 lakh (Reference to para A. E.36 lakh Receipts and payments account under head 'Recoveries from Suppliers Advances' was shown as ` 16. General E. This resulted in overstatement of receipts by ` 10.86 lakh (Plan) and out of the grants .86 318 . this should have been shown separately and amortized over its best-estimated life as envisaged in the purchase agreement (as per AS-26).75 15. leaving a balance of ` 51.1.00 lakh plan and ` 791. Since software is an intangible asset.in-aid of ` 12247. the School had already admitted the facts and figures of the above paras.1) and Assets of Non plan overstated by ` 78.20 & 7. Although.35. Details as under: ( ` in lakh) SI No 1 2 3 Particulars heads Plan Non-plan Project Total Amount 11.9) where as checking of ledger revealed that ` 10.59 lakh (Plan) as unutilised grants as on 31 March 2011.) but their effect were not implemented by the School during preparation of Annual Accounts for the year 2010-11.1.Non compliance of previous year audit paras in the Balance sheet During previous year audit had pointed out that Assets of plan was understated by ` 66.1.18.69 lakh respectively (Reference to para A2.976 had been related to previous year adjusted during the year (Procurement of Assets items).00 lakh Non-Plan) received during the year ( ` 1400. 7.86 lakh Records revealed that the School treated Computer Software (Schedule-V) and subsequent expenditure on implementation of the software as Fixed Assets (computer soft-ware) and depreciated them at the rate 60 per cent applicable to computers.36 lakh under head 'Recoveries from suppliers/Staff/Deposit' head as no cash/bank transaction evolved. E.67 36.00 lakh Non-Plan received in March 2011) the school utilized a sum of ` 12227.C.00 lakh Plan and ` 3347.

and (b) In so far as it relates to Income and Expenditure Account of the surplus for the year ended on that date. of the state of affairs of the Indian School of Mines. Ranchi 319 .01. vi.4 Non-provision for retirement benefits The school is not making provision for expenditure towards retirement benefits based on actuarial valuation. In our opinion and to the best of our information and according to the explanations given to us. v. the said financial statements read together with the Accounting Policies and Notes on Accounts.2012 Principal Accountant General (Audit) Jharkhand. Dhanbad as at 31 March 2011.Thus. Management letter Deficiencies which have not being included in the Audit Report have been brought to the notice of School through a management letter issued separately for remedial/corrective action. Place : Ranchi Dated 06. and subject to the significant matters stated above and other matters mentioned in the annexure to this Audit Report give a true and fair view in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in India. For and on behalf of the Comptroller and Audit General of India. E. (a) In so far as it relates to the Balance sheet. Subject to our observation in the preceding paragraphs. the depreciation as per Notes was not inconsistence with AS-26. we report that the Balance sheet and Income & Expenditure Account/Receipt & Payment Account dealt with by this report are in agreement with the book of accounts.

The Cash verification was not done at the month end. System of Physical verification of inventory The School conducted the physical verification of consumable and non-consumable items after closure of Books. unserviceable and condemned conditions as appeared in the physical verification report were not reduced from the Accounts. Regularity in payment of statutory dues. every year. the value of Assets as shown in the Annual Accounts were not verifiable . During last two year 1855 and 2691 such items were identified but values of those items were not adjusted in the Accounts. was not monitored by the authority concerned. 4. Adequacy of Internal Audit system The School has an internal audit wing for audit work. The internal audit only performed pre-check of Bills but audit findings were not reported separately to the Management. the total value of assets were of permanent characters become obsolete. Cash Books and Ledgers were not signed/ checked by any Staff/ Officer of the School in order to authenticate the transactions. Goods received notes and suppliers' invoices were not routed through Account Section. one Section Officer and one Assistant to conduct audit which was not commensurate with the volume of the records of the School. There was no Internal Management reporting system in the School.80 crore but the completed work was not taken over since 2006 to date. The audit of Cash Books and other accounts records were not conducted by audit.59 lakh) outstanding since more than 10 years. The School has no audit manual of its own.in Progress of Building.2011 320 . during the month of July. 2. as provided by CPWD. There was no statutory dues pending with the School as on 31. The CPWD has already completed the work valued ` 43. 3. As such. irreparable . Old advances provided to foreign purchases from Project Accounts remained (`109. Many advances were not updated. The strength of internals audit comprises one Assistant Register. Insurance of Buildings and other valuables were not done. Register of valuables were not maintained.ANNEXURE .03. Physical progress of Work.I 1. Adequacy of Internal Control System The School has no Accounting system of its own. The School has no Register of Assets.

Dhanbad Sir. Dhanbad for the year 2010-11 and have issued the Audit Report thereon vide letter No. During the course of audit.-OAD-(C)-SAR-ISM-2010-11240. Yours faithfully. of a relatively minor nature and were. RANCHI No.OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTANT GENERAL (AUDIT) JHARKHAND. Encl : Para 1 to 16 Principal Accountant General (Audit) 321 . therefore. Dated : 06-01-2012. the following deficiencies were noticed which were. These are being brought to your notice for corrective and remedial action.-OAD-(C)-SAR-ISM-2010-11-243 To The Director Indian School of Mines Dhanbad-826004 Dated : 06-01-2012 Subject: Management Letter-Deficiencies noticed in accounting records on account of Indian School of Mines. I have audited the Annual Accounts of the Indian School of Mines. not included in the Audit Report.

` 5. The School had not prepared such Register despite repeated comment by audit .356.7) against election duty was outstanding since 1992.56 lakh to foreign suppliers against LC( Schedule VII(B) (b) item No.505. value and place of installation. 2.158 and ` 221 total ` 4. The negative Balance in the Accounts needs justification. the audit could not verify such transfer of items in the Balance Sheet .460 respectively were running with negative balances which indicates that fund of other Projects were diverted.19.70 lakh with remarks 'Details not available'. ` 446. 4. ` 17.21) was outstanding for more than six year. 7.70 lakh not disclosed Scrutiny of Balance sheet 2010-11 revealed that under 'Other Project' (item No.148) shown for ` 297. Assets shown in the Schedule-V of Books of the School for ` 110.14.23 lakh Advance of ` 2.87 amounting to ` 35.23 lakh.3. 7. Non-provision against the doubtful advances resulted in understatement of 'Income over Expenditure ' and over statement of ' Advances against foreign suppliers' to the extent of ` 5. 3.99. Project with negative balance ` 4.4. This register shall contain progressive both for store and stock. Further.3.22. 4.56 lakh. Details of Projects amounting to ` 297.3.91. Chances of recovery / adjustment of above advances were remote. Outstanding advances to foreign suppliers against LC. The School showed a balance of ` 9.33.1. Non-maintenance of Assets Register As per the requirement of Common Format of Accounts the School was required to maintain a Register of Assets showing date of acquisition.09. Non-provision against the doubtful advances resulted in understatement of 'Income over Expenditure' and overstatement of 'Advances for election duty' to the extent of ` 2.23 lakh ( Schedule VII item No. This item was shown since last ten 322 .576. Chances of realisation are now remote.4.2005 (ELD)' which was transferred to Plant and Machinery head of Plan Assets but as no Asset Register was prepared by the School.73 at the end of 2010-11 also not verifiable in absence of Assets Register. 4.` 2.681 as 'OB as on 01. 5.2.3.3. As such suitable provision should have been made.04.25 and 4. As such suitable provision should have been made.71 lakh Scrutiny of Schedule IV of Project Account revealed the project item No. Non-recovery of advance for election duty.56 lakh Advance of ` 5.3.

3. Non-refund of unutilised balances of Projects . Previously.151 Name of Project UGC/202/FME UGC/CAS/ME Phase-I UGC/SAP/AGP-II AICTE/EFIP/PS/ME/2006 AICTE/PKB-I CME-4079 CSIR/Adhoc Fellowship Grant CSIR/Pull/PKK/AGP CSIR/R.3.150 4. 6.3.RAM/AC/2007-08 MOEF/133/CME MOEF/134 MOEF/135 OIDB/4111 SAC/183/AGP WBMDTCC/98/01 Total Balance 201192 484688 190112 110000 16384 246858 81000 80 989 31708 13215 153488 1871672 4425 19191 3425002 Period Since 2007-08 -do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do- The above un-utilised balances of the Projects were not being refunded inspite of repeated comment by audit.83 lakh from this head during 2005-06 to 2007-08 despite having no details.74 4.years in the accounts but it was observed that the School had liquidated liability for ` 7.140 4.12 4.3.` 5.3.78 4. Scrutiny of schedule IV and other relevant records revealed that the following unspent balances were not refunded to the project sanctioning authority since long time:(Amount in Rs. 7. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Schedule-IV 4.3. Balances of closed project lying in the accounts.3.91 4. 323 .90 4. same audit query had been raised by audit but School failed to reply as to why such liability had been liquidated.3.` 34.96 lakh Scrutiny of schedule -IV with relevant records of the Project revealed that the Projects detailed below were closed and balance of unspent fund was being refunded but balances are still appearing in the accounts.25 lakh.92 4.3.141 4.3.3.3.3.139 4.3.) Sl.73 4. No.21 4.24 4.3.147 4.

10 DD No.50. No.3.31. 10.3. Overstatement of building fund .26 4.2010 vide receipts 1646' but there was no such credit made by the Bank in the Project Account (Canara Bank ) during 20. 208740 dt 22.235) resulted in understatement of 'Current Liability' to that extent .04 DD No.3.09.5) the payments for the consultancy services of previous period has been deducted from Capital Fund for payment and added to the Consultancy Project in the current year.3.00 lakh receipted from UGC under head ` 20.28.50 lakh The School received ` 20.08 8.2011 ( Bank statement ). 15987 dated 15.00 lakh Project Account revealed that ` 45.7). item No. Understatement of Current Liability by ` 63000 As per 'Note on Accounts' (15.11. Overstatement of liability by ` 45. 209476 dt 17. Due to erroneous entry.2. As per Cash Book and Ledger. Hence. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Schedule-IV 4.7) it was credited to 'Building Fund' ( Schedule II item no.item no.75 4.2011 and taken in Bank Book on same date but instead of crediting it to Alumni Association ( Schedule IV. an entry was shown on 31.06. 4.576299 dt.3.` 20.10.3. During checking of ledger and accounts it was noticed that the School has paid ` 63000 from old consultancy services but same has not been added to the Consultancy Project ( 4.07. the 'Building Fund' was overstated by understatement of ' Alumni Subscription' to that extent.04.132 4.9.3.3.00 lakh and Bank balance also overstated to that extent.000 towards Alumni Association vide receipts no. 070094 dt.3.02.06 DD No.Sl. 398824 dt. 227666 dt 10.05 DD No.9 4.2011 under heading 'Being the amount received at Bank as on 20. 9. 4. 2.03.physics Total Closing Balance 3700 120000 304250 40878 43162 84114 596104 Date of refund of unspent amount DD No.03.50 lakh and 'UGC/Miscellaneous'.04. 324 .70) was overstated by ` 45.2010 to 31.137 Name of the Project UGC/191/2007-08/193AM UGC/SAP/139/PE Phase-I AICTE/PKB/II MHRD/137/FME MIT/106/E&I MOC/186/Appl.07 DD No. the liability shown in the Annual Account under head UGC Project ( Schedule-IV.2.128 4.

-VII item No 7.2. the chances of recovery /adjustment of outstanding advances ` 52.20) showed an outstanding advance of ` 20. out of which a sum of ` 36. out of which ` 15. 354519 36088 382955 383050 860780 860929 Not mentioned Total Amount 1.38. 12. The School had admitted that these were very old Advance without details.29 lakh and staff Advances ` 4.SBI Plan Account SBI Plan Account SBI Plan Account .852 34. 7.33 lakh .03 .29 + Staff Advances ` 4.11. in Project Accounts ( Schedule VII.25 lakh ( Sch.281 13. Doubtful recovery of 'Advance to suppliers' ` 52.62 lakh (Suppliers Advances ` 52.item No.30 lakh and in Project ` 4.03.43.57 lakh was paid before 1999-2000. Plan and 97 persons Project ). Hence a suitable provision was to be made in the account as doubtful advances. Out of which ` 2.2010 30.2007 Cheque No.11. 7. Further.2010 1.29 lakh of Suppliers and ` 4.33 lakh).06) were outstanding advances as on 31.96. Schedule VII (item No.02. Cash and Bank Balance ( Schedule VII) .` 3.38.05.72 lakh was paid before 1999-2000.2.07. SBI Date of issue of cheques 23.SBI PF Account . Similarly.08.719 82.2010 01. PF and Plan Account as prepared in the month of March 2011 revealed that time-barred cheques worth ` 3.SBI Plan Account . As such in the absence of necessary details.268 57.10.884 (Project) advances were provided to those staff who either retire/died or left the organization (10 persons-N.58 lakh as on 31. The School failed to recover / adjust such advances since long.9) the outstanding 'Advance to Suppliers' showed ` 48.165 7.18 & item No.09.36.269 ( Non-plan ) and ` 1.3. Omission resulted in overstatement of 'Advance to Supplier' and understatement of excess of income over expenditure (Non-Plan and Project ) to the extent ` 56.2011 against suppliers.760 were not taken in the Cash Books as miscellaneous receipts in the corresponding Cash Books as the currency of cheques were valid for six month from the month of issue as detailed below :(Amount in ` ) Name of Account Project (Can Bank) Plan Account .39 lakh Scrutiny of Bank Reconciliation Statements of Project.7.2010 16.3.2009 06. the staff advances of under Non-plan ` 34.2011.33 lakh of staff advances was very remote.760 325 .47 lakh.375 100 3.2010 07.

323 was credited by the concerned banks but this amount was not taken in the following Bank Books.70 Lakh 14.2011 as such balances appeared in Bank Books/Annual Accounts could not be verified.The above cheques were not cancelled so far after expiry of currency. This has resulted in understatement of Liability ( as the liability remained unpaid) as well as Cash and Bank Balances to that extent . 70. it was noticed that following Bank Reconciliation were not made by the School as on 31. Amount Credited by Bank not taken in Cash Book. No.` 25.03.93 No Bank statement provided Bank balanced as per Bank statement 56367387 No Bank statement provided 9537 Difference 14586319 -----304 ------ Non. 1 2 3 4 Name of Bank Books GPF/CPF – SBI Plan.70 lakh The Bank Reconciliation Statement (BRS) revealed that ` 25.SBI Project – SBI Project Canara Bank Total Amount Credited but not taken in Bank Books 141211 22581 15174 2391357 2570323 Non. (Amount in `) Sl. 13. Plan Canara Bank Saridhela Canara Bank. Accounts 41781068 28953 9841 73585.crediting of above amount in concerned Bank Books resulted in understatement Cash and Bank Balance to the extent of ` 25.reconciliation is fraught with the risk of misappropriation/defalcation remain undetected. Non maintenances of Bank Reconciliation On examination of Cash Books and Annual Accounts. (Endowment) Bank balance as per cash Book/A. Sl No 1 2 3 4 Account No Non Plan SBI/CA N. Paliament street SBI. 326 .

59 lakh. as the audit finds that the same amount was pending since last twenty years and not as on 31.59 lakh The facts of declaration in the notes was not clear. Declaration of Note on Account under Bank Balance under Project account to ` 109.Register of unserviceable items (Dead stock Register) 8 . Account No. Registed of valuables 7 . Non-Production of Records In spite of several request made by audit the reply of audit memos issued day to day (SI No 1 to 57) has not been furnishes by the School.6) the School declared that balance with SBI. As per 'Notes on Account' (15.15. Bank Reconciliation of all Non-Plan Bank Books Principal Accountant General (Audit) 327 . Canara Bank Parliament Br N.2011 was ` 109. Assets Register. the accumulated amount did not match for adjustment under head 'Suppliers/contractor Advances' in the project Account. 2 . Dhanbad under project (SBI campus Br. 4. 16. The School should mention that from which year this amount was accumulated. Further.2011. Bank statement and reconciliation statement of. 5 . List of Project closed during 2008 to 2011 6 . which did not reflect the factual position of above amount. 3. Further. following records were also not produced to audit: 1 . ISM Campus Branch. Losses Misappropriation fraud detected during 2010-11 9.Cases of Theft. Thus. SBI Endowment Fund Account and Non-Plan Account. the declaration was not sufficient in the Notes.03. Delhi. 10230776203) as on 31. Receipts and payments Schedule. Minutes and approved agenda of Finance Committee/ BOG of last two year.03.