MCDR INSPECTION REPORT

INDIAN BUREAU OF MINES
MINES CONTROL & CONSERVATION OF MINERALS DIVISION
BHUBANESWAR REGIONAL OFFICE

1) Name of Inspecting officer Mr. Ibrahim Sharif
2) Designation Asst. Controller of Mines
3) Accompanying mine official with designation Mr. A. Sahu Manager (Mines)
4) Date of Inspection 03.06.2012

PART –I GENERAL INFORMATION
1.Name of mine Mahulsukha Manganese Mine
a. Category of mine
( A-Fully mechanized, B-Other than fully
mechanized )
A-other than fully mechanised
b. Mode of working ( OC/UG/Both o/c & u/g) OC
c. Postal address At/PO- Bhutuda , Via- Barsuan, Dist
Sundergargh
d. State Orissa
e. District Sundergarh
f. Tehsil/ Taluka Bonai
g. Police station Tensa
h. Village Bhutuda,
i. Post Bhutuda
j. Pin Code 770 041
k. FAX -
l. E-mail contact@aryanmining.in
m. Phone 06625 211056
n. Date of first opening 03.02.1945
o. Weekly day of rest Sunday

2. a) Lease No. : RML application No-139
b) Lease area in hect. with forest area, if
any
: 399.838 Ha. Forest Area- 340.332 Ha (Proposed
Reserve Forest-339.017 ha, Kesra Forest-1.315 ha)
c) Period of lease : 20 years (03.02.1985 to 02.02.2005), RML applied
over entire lease area for further period of 20 years.
d) In case of forest area if the permission
has been taken, its details like area
permitted to be worked & letter No. etc.
: Work continuing in forest area after obtaining DP
clearance from the Competent Authority Vide
letter No-14310, Dated 26.08.2008
e) if the area is worked on any interim
Govt. order or court order, its details.
: Nil
f) Date of expiry. : 02.02.2005.(working under deemed extension
under rule 24(A) of MCR, 1960)

3.a) Mineral(s) included in the lease deed : Manganese Ore
b) Mineral(s) worked : Manganese Ore



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4. Name and address of (including FAX/ E-mail, if any)
a) Lessee/ owner : Aryan Mining & Trading Corp. (p) Ltd.
P 1, Hide Lane
Aryan House, 8
th
Floor
Kolkata- 700 009 Phone- 033 2236 4601
Fax- 033 2236 4602
E-mail: contact@aryanmining.in
b) Nominated owner : Mr. Pradeep Kumar Saraf
Aryan Mining & Trading Corp. (p) Ltd.
P 1, Hide Lane
Aryan House, 8
th
Floor
Kolkata- 700 009
Fax- 033 2236 4602
E-mail: contact@aryanmining.in
c) Agent with date of appointment : None
d) Mining Engineer and geologists appointed
under rule 42 of MCDR, 1988 with date of
appointment and whether full/ part time with
qualification.
: Mining Engineer- Mr. Narottam Kumar, d.o.a.
16.09.2011
Geologist- Mr. Minaketan Naik, d.o.a.
19.01.2009
e) Mine Manager with qualification and date of
appointment
: Mr. A.Sahu, First Class Manager’s Certificate
(Restricted) d.o.a. 23.03.2011

5. Details about Mining Plan/ Mining Scheme
a) Letter No. and date of approval of mining
plan
: BBS/SG/Mn/MP-192 ; Dated 25.05.2004
b) Letter No. and date of approval of mining
scheme.
: MS/OTF-MECH/24-ORI/BHU/2010-11,
Dated 11.06.2010
c) Condition while approving the MP/ MS/
modification
: Not specific

d) Period of mining plan/ mining scheme in
force :
: From 2010-11 to 2014-15 (financial year)


PART II-TECHNICAL DETAILS

1. Details about employment.
Maximum number of persons employed on any day during the year(i) below ground (ii) above ground
and (iii) in all in the mines.

Classification Average daily employment Average No.
of days
worked in a
year
Remarks
Direct Contract Total
OPENCAST
a) Managerial person 5 Nil 5 307
b) Supervisory persons 18 Nil 18 307
c) Workers 25 88 113 307
d) Ministerial persons 03 Nil Nil 307
c) Employment in plant Nil Nil Nil Nil
f) Others Nil Nil Nil Nil
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2. Community Development Plan (in and around the mines) Enclosed (Annexure- IIA, IIB & II C)

S.
N
Proposed action
towards socio-
economic
development during
the current year
Expenditure
proposed in
Rs. Lakhs
( Previous
financial
year)- 2011-
12
Expenditure
incurred in
Rs. Lakhs
(Previous
financial
year)- 2011-
12
Expenditure
incurred so
far Till date
of inspection
Expenditure
proposed for
current year
2012-13
Remarks
1 General development
in the area



Enclosed
Vide
Annexure
- I
a) Housing
b) Water supply
c) Sanitation
d) Health, safety and
medical facilities.

2 Training
3 Employment to local
inhabitants

4 Infrastructure-public
transport, roads,
communication and
electricity

5 Recreation and other
sports activities

6 Expenditure for
environment
management

7 Others
Total
% expenditure out of
total annual budget

Total

3. Status of compliance of MCDR, 88 including therewith the rectification of outstanding
violation of the rules.
Date of last inspection Violation pointed out Compliance reported
09.08.2010 13(1) & 27 Complied vide ref. letter no.
50/IBM/10-11 dated 23.10.2010
During current inspection violation of rule 13(1), 33(2) & 45(1(a) (i) of MCDR 1988 was pointed out
to the party vide this office letter of even no. dated 02.08.2012.

4. (a) A note on justification in case of suspension of mining operations under rule 1392) or
prohibition of deployment of any person under rule 56 of MCDR, 1988 if recommended.
Not recommended
(b) If rule 13(2) or 56 has been imposed in the past, its details needs to be included specially giving
reasons and letter number.
Not applicable
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5. Scientific Mining (As per latest approved mining Plan/Scheme)

Item Proposal
2011-12
Actual work done
2011-12
Remarks
i) Exploration (Rule 13)
a) Type of prospecting and exploration
i.e. pitting, drilling etc. 10 Bore holes &
4 No. of trenches
Nil
Geophysical
exploration over
100 hect. has
been carried out.
b) Total area covered
ii) Workings (Rule 13)
a) Opencast/ underground Opencast Opencast
b) Manual/ mechanized Semi-mechanized Semi-mechanized
c) No. and size of each pit (L x W x H)
. Quarry 1N

820-1100 S /
100-390 W

800-1300 S /
00-390 W

d) Bench size (1 x w x h) length can be
defined as regular or irregular
5 x 5 regular 5 x 5 regular
e) Ore to waste ratio pit wise if possible
otherwise for mine.
1: 3.2 1: 9.42
f) Total area covered under
excavation/pits
61.93 ha
iii) Waste disposal (Rule 13)
a) Location of dumps NE part of
Nandagira Quarry
NE part of
Nandagira Quarry

b) Method of dumping whether
advancing/ retreat
Retreating Advancing
c) Total area covered under waste dump 34.34 Ha
d) No. & size of each waste dump with
number of steps lift/ bench.
One active dump
with four terraces

e) Yearly generation of waste quantity. 204798.00 m³ 161331.00 m³
f) Year-wise quantity of top soil
removed, utilized & stacked.
Nil 158 m³ Utilized 20 m³
Stocked 138 m³

6. Conservation of mineral- both quantitative and qualitative.
i) Mineral (Rule 15)
(a) No benches in ore and waste Three in Ore, four in OB
(b) Percentage of recovery of ore pit-wise w.r.t. ROM and
total material
40 % recovery of total ROM excavation
ii) Sub-grade mineral/ fines (Rule 16)
(a) Separate stacking from waste

Waste & Sub-grade ores are stacked
separately
(b) Location of stacking : Nandagira Quarry
(c) Total area covered for stacking : 1.5 Hect.
(d) No. and size of each stack Enclosed vide Annexure- V
(e) Quantity of yearly generation, utilization and total
quantity available during inspection with grade.

: 530 m³( Mn % 20 to 27.99%)
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iii) Beneficiation (Rule 20)
(a) Efforts for improving low grade and sub-grade
mineral.
Manual Screening & sorting and sizing
of ROM
(b) The process flow sheet and material balance need to
be given here.
No beneficiation plant is operating
within lease area.
iv) Efforts for improving percentage of recovery of
ore.
Rotary/ manual screening is being
carried to recover ore up to -1mm.

7. Environment Management both quantitative and qualitative
i) Land Environment:
(a) Landscape : The area is hilly terrain & undulating
(b) Aesthetic
environment
: Plantation over old waste dumps has been carried out to improve the
aesthetic beauty.
(c) Soil and land use
pattern
: Mining pits-23.00ha, OB dump-4.974 ha, infrastructure-6.4 ha, Road-
10.16 ha, green belt-6.3 ha.
(d) Agriculture : No agriculture activity is carried out within lease area.
(e) Forest (flora &
fauna)

: Site specific wild life conservation plan has been prepared and approved
by PCCF (WL) and Chief Wild life Warden (Orissa) vide memo no. 6264
dated 04/09/10.A sum of Rs. 280.00 Lakh has been deposited with DFO,
Bonai under CAMPA account to undertake activities within project area &
project impact area.
(f) Vegetation :
(g) Public building, places and monuments (protected monument and historical monument), places of
worship and places of tourist interest:
A temple has been constructed by the lessee within the lease area.
ii) Water Environment
(a) Surface water

: Water quality is monitored quarterly, Potability test is being done at
regular interval at IMMT - BBSR. Drinking water is Potable as per report.
(b) Ground water ; No adverse affect to the ground water due to mining activities.
(c) Quality of water : Quality of surface water within the permissible limit.
iii) Air Environment

Water Sprinkling is done on Haul Road, Processing yard, dump area and
camp area by water tanker.
(a) Noise Noise level is well within the permissible limit.
(b) Air

Ambient air quality survey is conducted quarterly. Suspended particulate
matters are found within specified permit limit.
(c) Climatic condition Humid tropical
iv) Socio-economic
environment
Nearby villagers of the lease area are primarily depend on this project since
4 decades.
(a) Social & demogra
-phic profile
Most of the people of this area is dominated by tribals and belonging to
backward classes. Their main livelihood is agricultural. Majority of the local
peoples are employed in mines.
(b) Recommending
health and safety

1. Medical Checkup is being conducted at regular interval
2. Medicines are provided free of cost to villagers around the lease hold
area
3. Free ambulance service is provided round the year to meet the medical
emergency.
(c) Human settlement
(d) Recreational
facility
1. Outdoor games like volleyball, football & cricket are arranged to identify
the hidden talent among the local youth.
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2. To create sportsmanship in local young community necessary sports
material is distributed to the local sports club.
3. Indoor and outdoor games facilities are arranged for employees.

8. Sensitive technical items on conservation of mineral, scientific mining and protection of
environment
Specific issues that are required to be kept in focus for examination & monitoring should be stated
here. Mining operations were commenced in the lease area since 03.02.1945. Continuation of
mining operation since 1945 has opened up 22 no. of quarries in the mineralized area in 4 blocks viz.
Nandagira block, Rajbasa block, mahulsukha block and Lohandangar block. Presently the mining
operations have been concentrated at Nandagira block only.
Mining operations are being carried out by semi mechanized means by maintaining height and width
of benches at 5 m and 9 m respectively. Quarry Q-1N is merged with quarries 5b & 5C due to
continuity of vein of the ore body.
Environment protective measures like Retaining wall, Garland drain and settling pond all along bottom
periphery of waste dump in Nandagira block has been maintained.

9. Scrutiny of annual returns on cost of operation, reserves, production, pit mouth value, stock,
land use pattern and fixe assets for the year 2011-12:

(1) Cost of operation : Rs 2064.36
(2) Reserve : 374424.318 Metric Ton
(3) Production : 17118.431 Metric Ton ( 2011-12)
(4)Pit's Mouth Value : Rs 5719.00
(5) Stock : 47809.271 Metric Ton( 2011-12)
: 45998.530 Metric Ton (as on May 2012)
(6) Land use pattern : under current working- 61.93 ha, waste disposal- 34.34 ha, building, roads
etc.-6.72 ha, others-53.56 ha.
(7) Fixed assets :

PART-III PERFORMANCE OF THE MINE
Comments on performance of the mine owner has not been furnished as the lease is not expiring
within the next two years: not applicable

PART-IV PROPOSAL FOR FURTHER ACTION FOR
a) Indian Bureau of Mines ( any issue related to CGPB, SPCB, assistance, consultancy, annual
programme and studies & etc): None
b) The state Govt., (illegal Mining, mining dispute, infrastructure, mineral based industry,
mineral policy & etc.): Presence of Iron ore reserves in the lease area is observed during
inspection of mines.
c) The Central Govt. ( Infrastructure development, Mineral policy and legislation, mineral based
industry & etc,) : None



(IBRAHIM SHARIEF)
Assistant Controller of Mines

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Enclosed vide Annexure-VIII









GROSS NPV. : 24,84,42,360/-
WDV OTHER ASSETS : 18,83,378/-






1842.599 Metric Ton(April 2012 to May 2012)


10. Development, production and Ore: O.B. ratio proposed in the Mining Plan/ Scheme for the last
year and current year vis–a–vis those achieved. Enclosed vide Annexure-IX
Activity
[Items (a) & (e) are not
very appropriately placed,
but are furnished for
convenience]
Previous Financial Year
2011-12
2012-13
(up to the month previous to
date of inspection )
Proposed Achieved Proposed Achieved
(a) Exploration

(b) Development/ Over
burden:
(i) Top –soil
(ii) Any other over
burden than top-soil, sub-
grade ore and ROM
mineral rejects
(iii) Sub-grade ore
(iv) ROM mineral rejects

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204798.00 m3





Nil



138 m3

161331.00 m3


427m3


10



Nil

249884.00 m3





Nil



Nil

35892.00 m3


103m3


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(c) Production

(d) Ore: Overburden ratio

(e) Afforestation

63336.00 MT

1:3.2

5000
17118.431MT

1:09.42

5700
74880.00 MT

1:3.4

5000
1842.599
MT

1:19.47

Nil






















MCDR DATA BASE
1. Mine Details 2. Inspection Details
Name of Mine Mahulsukha Mn Mines Mine file no.
Name of the lessee Aryan Mining & Trading
Corp. (P) Ltd.
Mine code No. 30 ORI 13014
Lease area 399.838 Ha Date of first opening 03.02.1945
Date of execution 03.02.1945 Date of inspection 03.06.2012
Expiry date 02.02.2005 (Renewal
under process)
Earlier two dates of
inspection
09.08.2010
State Orissa Name & Designation of the
inspecting officer
Mr. I. Sharif
District Sundergarh ID of inspecting officer Asst. Controller of
Mines
Police Station Tensa Type of inspection MCDR Annual
Post Bhutuda Name & designation of mine
official accompanying
Mr. A. Sahu
Manager(Mines)
Village Bhutuda Weekly day of rest Sunday
Pin Code 770 041 Type of Mine (OC, UG,
BOTH)
OC
Phone 06625 211056
06625 211097
Category of mines (A-Mech,
A1-OTFM, B-Manual, B1-
Very small)
A1
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Fax/ e-mail Contact@aryanmining.in Status of Mines Working
3. LAND DETAILS (WITHIN LEASE AREA)

Code Type of land Area ha Code Type of land Area ha
1 Reserve forest(K F) 1.315 18 Degraded land by dump 32.84
2 Protected forest 339.017 19 Degraded land by pit in forest 50.959
3 Forest unclassified Nil 20 Degraded land by dump in forest 27.160
4 Forest sanctuary Nil 21 Degraded land by pit in non forest 10.974
5 Forest national park Nil 22 Degraded land by dump in non forest 05.680
6 Forest mineralized 336.131 23 Degraded land by road in forest -
7 Forest non mineralized 41.201 24 Degraded land by road in non forest -
8 Non forest Private land 4.193 25 Degraded land by plant building Town
in forest
-
9 Non forest agricultural
irrigated land
Nil 26 Degraded land by plant building, Town
in non forest
09.719
10 Non forest agriculture non
irrigated land
3.489 27 Degraded land by tailing pond in forest Nil
11 Non-forest Pvt. Other land 0.704 28 Degraded land by tailing pond in non
forest
Nil
12 Non forest Govt. grazing
land
Nil 29 Degraded land others in forest 45.441
13 Non forest Govt. waste land 55.313 30 Degraded land other in non forest 08.112
14 Non forest Govt. other land Nil 31 Forest land acquired 340.332
15 Non forest mineralized 27.648 32 Non forest land acquired 59.118
16 Non forest non mineralized
land
31.858 33 Area in forest 340.332
17 Degraded land by pit 51.263 34 Area in non forest 59.506


4. MINERAL
Main Mineral(s) Assoc
iated
Miner
al(s)
Captive use End product Non captive use Remarks
Yes /no Domestic (Y/N) Export (Y/N)
Manganese Ore No Ore Y N
5. MINING PLAN/ MINING SCHEME
Date of
approval of
mining plan
with no
Additional
conditions
Date of approval of mining scheme Remarks
Ist* IInd* IIIrd* Ivth* Vth*
BBG/SG/Mn/
MP-192 ;
Dated
25.05.2004
MS/OTF-
MECH/24-
ORI/BHU/20
10-11. Dt.
11/06/111





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6. NOMINATED OWNER/ AGENT DATA
A. Lessee B. Owner C. Agent
Name of Aryan Mining &
Trading Corp. (p)
Ltd
Mr. Pradeep Kumar
Saraf,
Aryan Mining &
Trading Corp. (p)
Ltd

Date of Nomination
Postal address, State P1 Hide lane
District Kolkata
Village &Post Aryan House, 8
th

Floor

Pin Code 700 009
Fax 033 2236 4602
E-mail contact@aryanmini
ng.in

Phone 033 2236 4601

7. MINING ENGINER/ GEOLOGIST DATA (APPOINTED UNDER RULE 42 OF MCDR,
1988) AND MINES MANAGER (APPOINTED UNDER MMR, 1961)
Status Name Designation Educational
Qualification
Date of
appointment
Remarks
Mining
Engineer/
Mr. Narottam
Kumar
Asst.
Manager-
Mines
B.E. in Mining
Engineering
16.09.2011


Geologist Mr. Minaketan
Naik
Geologist M. Sc
(Geology)
19.01.2009
Manager Mr. A.Sahu Manager
(Mines)
1
st
Class Mines
Managers
certificate of
Competency
23.032011

8. EXPLORATION
a) Cumulative exploration as on 1.4. 2010
No. Of boreholes 24 Nos. of pits 02 Nos. of trenches
Grid Interval (m)
Max Depth (m) 38 Max Depth (m) 03 Max length (m)
Min. depth (m) 04 In-depth (m) Min. length (m)

Total meterage
258
Total meterage

Total length (m)

b) Exploration carried out during the year 2010-11
No. of boreholes Nil Nos. of pits 02 Nos. of trenches
Grid interval (m)
Max Depth (m)

Max Length (m)

Min. depth (m) Max depth (m) 2.7 Min length (m)
Total meterage Total meterage Total length (m)

c) Exploration carried out during the year 2011-12
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No. of boreholes Nos. of pits Nos. of trenches
Grid interval (m)
Max Depth (m) Max Depth (m) Max Length (m)
Min. depth (m) Min depth (m) Min length (m)
Total meterage Total meterage Total length (m)

d) Cumulative Exploration carried out as on date of inspection
No. of boreholes Nos. of pits 04 Nos. of trenches
Grid Interval (m)
Max Depth (m) Max Depth (m) 3.0 Max length (m)
Min. depth (m) Min. Depth (m) 2.7 Min. length (m)
Total meterage Total meterage Total length (m)


9. EXPLORATORY MINING YEAR

Proposed nos. Min Depth Max Depth Total
Depth/Length
2010-
11
2011-12 2010-
11
2011-
12
2010-
11
2011-
12
2010-
11
2011-12
i) Shafts
ii) Inclines
iii) Adits
iv) Drive
v) Cross cuts
vi) Winze
vii) Modifications

10. EXTENT OF OPEN-PIT DEVELOPMENT
Pit
size
No. of
OB
benches
Ht
bench
(m)
Width
(m)
No. of
benches
in ore
Ht
(m)
Width
(m)
Pit
depth
(m)
Top
RL
(m)
Bottom
RL (m)
Overall
pit slope
360
m x
150
m x
42m
07 06 10 03 06 8 & 12 42 592 550 39Degre
e

Data to be entered for bench having maximum height and width







11. EXTENT OF UNDERGROUND DEVELOPMENT : NA
i) Details of Shaft
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Shaft no./ name Shaft top RL Shaft bottom RL Depth(m)

ii) Details of incline
Incline no./ name Incline top RL Incline bottom RL Length(m)

iii) Details of Adit
Level no./ Name Level RL Level length

iv) Details of Level
Level no./ Name Level RL Level length

12. (i)
Shaft no./ name Shaft top RL Shaft bottom RL Depth (m)

(ii) Details of incline
Incline no./ name Incline top RL Incline bottom RL Length (m)

(iii)Details of Adit
Level no./ Name Level RL Level length

(iv) Details of Level
Level no./ Name Level RL Level length

13. REHABILITATION OF QUARRIES : Nil
Quarry/ open pit
Year Area
broken
(Hect)
Area
reclaimed
Area matured
for reclamation
% of
Reclamati
on
Area rehabilitated Total area
rehabilitate
d
BF WR OM
Cumulative
as on 1.4.
2010
Nil
During the
previous
year 2011-
11
Nil
During the
year 2011-
12
Nil
Cumulative
as on date
of
inspection
on.
Nil
BF = Back filled, WR = Water reservoir, OM = other means, Remarks = under remarks give
post mining land use of the area reclaimed.
14. CHARACTERSTICS OF WASTE DUMP AND TOP SOIL DUMP
i) Dump details
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Dump
Numb
er
Dump
type
TS/OB/
SGM
Dumped on
(mineralize/
non
minealised
land)
Co-ordinates(Local
Grid)
Area
Sq.m
Heigh
t
Angle Capacity
Cu.m
X Y
1 OB Non-
mineralized
Min-2475
Max-2615
Min-1105
Max-1288
15000 32m
with
four
terrac
e
28 .5
Degree
10,00000
2 Top Soil Non
Mineralized
138m3 1.2 m 28.5 300

ii) Top soil dump
Top soil Quantity
generated
Quantity
used
Quantity
stored
% stored % utilization Purpose of
utilization
Cumulative
generation as
on 01.04.
2011
250m3 250m3 Nil Nil 100 Plantation
During the
year 2011-12
158m3 20m3 138 m3 87.34 12.66 Plantation
Cumulative
generation as
on date of
inspection
408m3 270m3 138 m3 33.82 66.18 Plantation

15. OVERBURDEN AND WASTE GENERATED
OB Removal
Cumulative
O.B.
removed as
on
01.04.2011
(Cum)
OB
removed in
previous
year (Cum)
2011-12
OB removed
as on date of
inspection
(Cum)
Ore O.B.
ratio
2010-11
(T/cumt)
Ore O.B.
ratio
2011-12
(T/cumt)
Whether
dumping on
mineralized
ground (Y/N)
Remar
k, if
dumpe
d on
minera
lized
ground
4094761 161331.00 35892.00 1:5.24 1:09.42 N
16. PRODUCTION & RESERVE
i) Reserve as on 1.4.2010
Name of mineral Proved (UNFC 111) Probable(UNFC 122) Possible (UNFC 331) Total
Qty. t Grade Qty. t Grade Qty. t Grade Qty. t Grade
Manganese Ore 425157 219180 181740 1288674



b) Reserve in forest as on 1.4.2010
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Name of mineral Proved Probable Possible Total
Qty. t Grade Qty. t Grade Qty. t Grade Qty. t Grade


c) Annual production:
Year Minerals Production (t) Closing stock (t)
2011-12 Manganese ore 17118.431 47809.271
2012-13 (Up to
previous month of
date of inspection)
Manganese Ore 1842.599 45998.530

17. SALE OF MINERAL PRODUCT (MINERAL-WISE):
Sale of mineral in the year 2011-12

Name of
mineral
Quantity
Ton
Grade Name of
consuming
industry type
Name of
country of
export
Manganes
e Ore
A- Main ore
i) Lumps-
ii) Fines
iii) Concentrate

3125.060

25 – 34.99 %

Steel
Industries
Nil
B- Associated ore
i) Lumps
ii) fines
iii) Concentrate
Nil Nil Nil Nil
C- Low grade
i) Lumps
ii) fines
iii) Concentrate
Nil Nil Nil Nil

18. SUBGRADE MINERALS AND MINERAL REJECT
a) Sub- grade mineral:
Name of
Mineral
Quantity
generated
Quantity
consumed
%
utilization
Quantity
stacked
Nature of
utilization
Grade of sub
grade
Cumulative
as on 01.04.
2010
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
During
previous
year 2010-11
76.00 m3 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
During the
year 2011-12
764.50 m3 310.50 m3 40.61 454.00 utilization 20 – 27.99 %
Cumulative
as on date of
inspection
530.00 m3 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil



b) Mineral reject:
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Name of
Mineral
Quantity
generated
Quantity
consumed
Quantity
stacked
Nature of
utilization
Remarks
Cumulative as
on 01.04. 2010

During
previous year
2010-11

During the year
2011-12

Cumm as on
date of
inspection

19. RECLAMATION / REHABILITATION OF WASTE DUMP - Nil
Year Qty. of O.B.
Waste rock
(tonnes)
Total area
occupied by
dumps (ha)
Area
stabilized
(ha)
Dump design
(Max-ht, angle)
Method of
stabilization
No. of
dump
stabilised
Exc
avat
ed
Dump
ed
Dead Ali
ve
De
ad
Alive Ht An
gle
No.
of
terra
ce

Cumulative
as on
01.04.2010

During
previous
year 2010-
11

During the
year 2011-
12

Cumulative
as on date of
inspection


20. RECLAMATION / REHABILITATION OF TAILING PONDS
Tailing Ponds- NA
Year Area occupied Area stabilised/
rehabilitated
Means of rehabilitation
Cumulative as on
01.04.2010



During previous year
2010-11

During the year 2011-
12

Cumulative as on date
of inspection


21. INPUT/ OUTPUT OF MACHINERY PERFORMANCE: Enclosed vide Annexure-X
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A. New Machinery
Name
of the
new
machin
e
Sector
Private/
Public
Sub
type
Electric
/ diesel
Specifi
cation
capacit
y
Capacity
unit
No. of
new
items
Origin
Indigeno
us/
imported
Purchase
date
Cost Commis
sioning
date


B. Write off Machinery
Name
of the
new
machin
e
Sector
Private/
Public
Sub
type
Electric
/ diesel
Specific
ation
capacit
y
Capacit
y unit
No. of
items
remove
d
Origin
Indigen
ous/
importe
d
Write
off date
Write
off
values





C. Machinery on site
Machine
ry
Category
Name
of the
machin
e
Sub
type
Electri
c/
diesel
Specific
ation
Capacit
y
Capacit
y unit
Position
( in use/
reserve/
ideal)
Sector
Private/
Public
No. of
Machin
e
%
availabil
ity
%
utilizati
on
Drilling
Loading
Transpor
ting

Crushing

22. PLANTATION
Plantation Inside mining lease Outside mining lease
No. of
trees
Area in
hect.
Rate of
survival
No. of
trees
Area in
hect.
Rate of
survival
Cumulative as on
01.04.2010
114701 57.95 71.29 %
During previous year
2010-11
3000 1.21 66.66 %
During the year 2011-12 5700 1.42 65.09 %
Cumulative as on date of
inspection
123401 60.58 70.89 %






23. EMP DATA
a) Soil data Year…
17
Station no. Type of area
Agriculture
Season Physical Chemical Remarks

b) Air Data (Enclosed Annexure – XI)
Station no. Seasons
Summer/ Winter/
Monsoon/ Post
monsoon
SPM Pb So
2
NOX CO Free
silica
Rpm Rate
of
dust
fall
Rem
arks

c) Noise Data (Enclosed Annexure – XII)
Year-March 2012
Station no. Station
name
Season Type of area (Industrial/
commercial/ residential/
silence zone
Day time Night time Remarks
1
2

b) Water Data
i) Discharge place (Agriculture
land/ Forest land/ Wasteland/
Nallah/ River
Test Parameters
Results Unit


ii) Water management in abandoned quarries
Year Quarry
Pit ID
Reservoir
Yes/No
Quarry
size
Capacit
y min.
Capacit
y max.
Period
capacit
y min.
Period
capacit
y max.
Water
utilisatio
n
Remark


iii) Water data details (Enclosed Annexure – XIII)
Year Station
no.
Station
name
Station type
(colony, pit,
river, down
stream)
Season Element
(drinking
/
Effluent)
Paramet
er name
Paramet
er value
Excess
value
Remarks
2011
-12
Nallah Down
stream
Winter


iv) Vibration data
Year 2011-12
Station no. Station
name
Season (Summer/
Winter/ Monsoon/
Post Monsoon)
Peak particle
velocity
Air over
pressure
Frequency Remarks

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24. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: Enclosed Vide Annexure-

(a) FACILITIES MADE AVAILABLE TO THE COMMUNITY INSIDE CORE ZONE (LEASE
AREA)
Sl
No
Parameters Particulars
of work
done
Expenditure
incurred
during
previous
year2010-11
Expenditure
incurred
during the
year 2011-12
Total
expenditure
as on date
No. of
beneficia
ries
1. Housing
2. Water supply
3. Sanitation
4. Health, safety & medical
facilities

5. Education & training
6. Employment to local
inhabitants

7. Public transportation and
communication

8. Recreation
9. Others (specify)

(b) FACILITIES MADE AVAILABLE TO THE COMMUNITY OUTSIDE CORE ZONE
(LEASE AREA)

Sl
No
Parameters Particulars of
work done
Expenditure
incurred
during
previous
year2011-12
Expenditure
incurred
during
previous
year2011-12
Total
expenditure as
on date
No.
of
benef
iciari
es
1. Housing
2. Water supply
3. Sanitation
4. Health, safety & medical
facilities

5. Education & training
6. Employment to local
inhabitants

7. Public transportation and
communication

8. Recreation
9. Others (specify)






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25. PROPOSAL FOR FURTHER ACTION
a) Indian Bureau of Mines (any issue related to CGPB, SGPB, assistance,
consultancy, annual programme and studies etc.

b) The State Government (illegal mining, mining dispute, infrastructure, mineral
based industry, mineral policy & etc.)

c) The Central Government (infrastructure development, mineral policy and
legislation, mineral based industry & etc.)


SALIENT ACHIEVEMENTS

SYSTEMATIC DEVELOPMENT OF MINERAL
2010-11 2011-12


PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT
2010-11 2011-12




CONSERVATION OF MINERALS
2010-11 2011-12




Date: 03.06.2012 Signature of Mine Manager/ Mining Engineer