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Briefing Book

Geological Survey of India


Western Region
(Updated up to Feb, 2012)
A. Borehole core showing Massive chalcopyrite (Cp) and pyrrhotite (Po) in dolomitic marble
B. Photomicrograph showing Replacement of chalcopyrite within the healing cracks of
pyrrhotite, Mundiyawas-Khera, Alwar district, Rajasthan
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Po
Cp
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Cp














EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. The Field Season Programmes for the Field Season 2012 13 have been finalized and
submitted to the CGPB Committee on 2
nd
February, 2012 for approval.
2. Peer reviewing of 100% proposed programmes have been completed in-house on the second
and third week of February, 2012. Peer reviewing of 20% of the proposed programmes have
been undertaken by the external experts on 23
rd
and 24
th
February, 2012.
3. The significant achievement during the period is the finding of a large copper prospect in
Khera Block of Mundiyawas Khera area, Alwar District, Rajasthan. This is the first report of
such large deposit from Alwar Basin and might turn out to be the largest occurrence in
Western India.
4. All the field items, based on the availability of the personnel, scheduled to be taken up from
October, 2010, are under execution stage. Six STM and 5 GCM items, 2 GPM item, 1
geomorphologic and lineament mapping item and 1 Hyperspectral mapping item under
Mission-I have been taken up. Under Mission-II, out of 22 investigations, 21 investigations
are now under execution. However, 1 item involving drilling is facing problem for want of
permission from Forest Department. Communication is on with the forest department for
obtaining the necessary approval. Till such time the drilling machine has been shifted to a
new location for its proper deployment. In Mission-IV, 6 out of 7 items have been taken up.
One Item on Paleontology has been discontinued because of the transfer of personnel.
However one officer has been inducted in the Palaeontology Division and a fresh programme
on Palaeontology has been launched in the remaining part of the current Field Season. The
total number of items taken up in the initial period of the FS 2010 2012 is 41. With the
induction of 26 new geologists in the region from 34
th
OCG, a few more new programmes
have been launched under Mission I and Mission II in the remaining part of the current
Field Season.
5. Important mineral investigations under execution include phosphorite in Aravallis, gold in
Banswara, copper in Pur-Banera and Nim ka Thana belts and in Alwar basin, lignite in
Nagaur, REE in Pali and titaniferous bauxite in Kachchh.
6. During the current field season, an additional resource of 0.07 MT of gold has been estimated
in Bhukia area, Banswara district, Rajasthan augmenting the resource to 105.81 MT (with 0.5
g/t gold at 1 meter stopping width) with associated copper, cobalt and nickel. At 0.5 g/t gold
at 2 meter stopping width the total resources are 91.74 MT. At 0.20% cut off and 2 m
stoping width a total of 27.57 MT of Copper resources with 0.39% average grade have been
estimated. Additional resource of copper has been estimated in the Khera Block,
Mundiyawas Khera area, Alwar district. Based on the analytical results of the first borehole
and part of the second borehole about 15 million tonnes of copper with 0.30% Cu has been
estimated. Significant Pb-Zn mineralization has been intersected in the borehole in the
Salampura block, Pur-Banera belt, Bhilwara district, and Cu mineralization in the Mahawa
block, Sikar district, Rajasthan. The REE mineralization in Dhani Granite, Pali district,
Rajasthan, is hosted in the granite as well as in the pseudo-tachylite veins along the brittle
ductile shear zone. Additional resource of Limestone (441.70 million tonnes of SMS grade
and 514.84 million tones of Cement grade) has been estimated during the current field
season.
7. From 33
rd
OCG batch the number of geologists joined at J aipur and Gandhinagar are 18 and
5 respectively. All of them have been assigned field items, 17 in Mission-I (13 in Rajasthan
Unit & 4 in Gujarat Unit) and 6 in Mission-II (5 in Rajasthan Unit & 1 in Gujarat Unit). Due
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care has been taken for guidance wherever new geologists are not associated with
experienced geologists, either through guidance from the experienced geologists from nearby
camps or by the supervisory officers.
8. All post-2004 unpublished reports (till date 399 reports) are uploaded. No report is pending
for uploading.
9. About pre-2004 reports, keying has been started in August through outsourcing and 2420
reports have been keyed in. The number of reports uploaded till date is after scrutiny is 1050
10. Out of 4499 record of Metadata, 1688 records are of sponsored projects and reports of other
regions and departments. Such reports have not been uploaded but only being recorded.
Uploading of metadata has been completed.
11. In the absence of Hyperion data (to be provided by SAC, Ahmedabad), ASTRA data and
ETM data are being used for the Hyperspectral Mapping in Gujarat. Hyperion data available
in the south of Zawar area is presently being utilized. Proposals have been sent to CHQ for
the purchase of Spectroradiometer and related software, one each for Rajasthan and Gujarat
units.
12. Significant progress has been made in the analysis of number of NGCM samples (ICP-MS)
by introducing double shifts and working on Sundays and Saturdays. Analysis of NGCM
samples up to FS 2009-10 of Package-A (XRF-22 elements) and Package-H (ICPMS-26
elements) has been completed. Out of the samples received for the Field Season 2010 12,
analyses of 247 samples have been completed for Package A (XRF). 42 for Package C, and
442 samples for Package H (ICPMS). All the 8129 analysis for Package I (Pd-Pt) upto F.S.
2009-10, have been completed through outsourcing.
13. NMI (conversion of reports to UNFC)
Conversion of all the 135 mineral investigation reports into UNFC format have been
completed on 30.04.2011 and uploaded in the portal.
F.S. 2004-05 & onwards: 63
Pre-F.S. 2004-05: 72
Nodal Officer for NMI: Dr. Sujit Kumar Chakraborty, Director.
14. Collaborative work:
A. MOU with Government of Rajasthan on Geochemical Mapping could not be executed due
to nonavailibility of personnel in DGM. The programme will however be taken up during the
F.S. 2012-13. Field guidance and training on National Geochemical Mapping has already
been rendered to the newly recruited officers of Directorate of Geology & Mining, Govt. of
Rajasthan at FTC Zawar. Technical advice has been given to the Chemists from State DGM
for setting up chemical Laboratory.
B. MOU Phase-II for Geochemical Mapping is going on with CGM, Gujarat.
C. Collaboration in micro-seismic zonation mapping with Seismic Institute, Gandhinagar has
been extended to study in Surat town in F.S. 2010-12.
D. Collaboration with SAC, ISRO, Ahmedabad in Hypersepectral mapping is continuing.
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CGPB:
6
th
meeting of the CGPB Committee-III was held on 20
th
December, 2011. Base document of
CGPB Committee III has been peer reviewed and the final version incorporating the
modifications suggested by the peer reviewer has been submitted to Director, CGPB at New
Delhi and uploaded in GSI portal.

15. RAC of region & OAC of State units:
XI_RAC_WR_19 (121
st
RAC) of WR was held on 8
th
February, 2012.
XI_OAC_RAJ_19 (46
th
OAC) of Rajasthan Unit was held on 25.01.12.
XI_OAC_GUJ_19 (13
th
OAC) of Gujarat Unit was held on 03.01.12.

In the XI_RAC_WR_19 meeting of Western Region, the discussion houvered around
technical progress of all the items under Western Region headquarters for the FS 2010 12
and the work done by the State Units. In addition discussion was held on monitoring of
budget, RCA recoupment, procurement of equipments and administrative matters, etc.

In the XI_WR_OAC_RAJ _19 meeting of the State Unit Rajasthan, Western Region, GSI,
under the Chairmanship of Deputy Director General, State Unit Rajasthan, the technical
progress of all the items undertaken during FS 2010 12 was reviewed along with
discussions on monitoring of budget, RCA recoupment, procurement of equipments and
administrative matters, etc. Emphasis was laid on Supervisory Officer to ensure that data
entry on FSPMIS is done on a regular basis.

In the XI_OAC_GUJ _19 Meeting of the State Unit Gujarat, under the Chairmanship of
Deputy Director General, State Unit Gujarat, Western Region, discussions was ill be held on
technical and financial matters, RCA status, budget, infrastructural facility for the field
officers, requirement in petrological laboratory, chemical analysis status at Gandhinagar as
well as status of pending samples of NGCM, Quality of work, collaborative NGCM work
with CGM, Gujarat, etc.


16. Status of Pending Reports
a. All reports upto F.S. 2009-10 cleared within specified time (June, 2011).
b. Out of 13 NGCM reports upto F.S. 2009-10, all progress reports (<40 elements)
circulated.
All reports upto F.S. 2007 -08 upgraded to Interim Stage and circulated. Five reports of
Interim stage have been circulated during June. Two reports of interim stage have been
circulated in September, 2011. A total of 4 reports upto F.S. 2009-10 are required to be
upgraded to Interim Stage.


17. Training Institute :
A. Induction level training was imparted to the batch of Geologists of the 35
th
Orientation at
FTC Zawar: Batch H- 27.10.11 to 18.11.11. and Batch C- 21.12.11 to 17.01.12
B. Training on Field practice to the M.Sc. Part-I students of Fergusson College Pune from
10-12-11 to 14-12-11
C. Lecture on Precambrian Geology of rajasthan to M.Sc. Students of Nagpur University and
field work in Mochia Hill on 12-01-12
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D. Lecture on Precambrian Geology of Rajasthan to M..Sc. (Applied Geology) Students of
Nagpur University and field work in Mochis Hill.on 14-01-12
E Training on Geological mapping for Officers of DMG, Rajasthan and Tata steel , at FTC
Zawar.


18. Administration:
a. Pay-roll data regularly updated in J aipur and Gandhinagar.
b. HRMIS data updated.
c. Tour applications of all gazetted officers are processed through portal.
d. Leave Module in portal implemented in Gandhinagar and J aipur.
e. Claims Module (RCA) will be operative soon.
f. Purchases under ME & IT Heads are being monitored. PAC and TAC are being
held regularly.


19. Budget
a. RE for the FY 2011-12 has been submitted.
b. XIIth Five Year Plan of the Western Region has been submitted.







CONTENTS

Page No.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
i Executive summary on the Briefing Book of March, 2012 i - iv
REGIONAL BRIEF
1 Geology and Mineral Resources 1 - 15
2 Organizational Structure 16
3 Activity Domain 17 - 35
4 Plan work envisaged for Field Season 2010-12 in GSI, WR 36 - 43
5 Financial Performance under current Plan, State-wise and Year-wise

44 (Annexure 3A,
3B and 3C)
6 FSP Work : 44
7 Laboratory Infrastructure, Items, Output Actual vs. Norm, AMC, Budget,
etc.
45
8 Geoinformatics 45 - 47
9 Training/ Capacity Building Activities in the Region 47 (Annexure 10)
10 Scientific workshops/ Meetings/ Seminars/ Symposium, Exhibitions etc.,
organized / participated. Highlights of the contributions made
48 - 59
11 HRD, Establishment, Payroll, HRMIS, e-service book, etc. 60
12 Vehicles & Transport Infrastructure including age of vehicles 61 (Annexure 13)
13 Modernization 61 (Annexure 14)
14 Drilling Infrastructure 61 (Annexure 15A
and 15B)
15 Outsourcing of routine services [housekeeping, security, garden, etc.] 61
LIST OF ANNEXURES

1A Major Minerals Resources [Under Various UNFC Categories] Estimated by the
Region, showing State wise Five-Yearly Increment, for the last 15 Years.
62
1B National Mineral Inventory
No. of reports converted as per UNFC compliance.
63 - 74
2A Activity Domain pertaining to Missions I and II of the Region and achievements
(FSP related items) during the XIth Plan Period.
75
2B FSP Rolling Plan for F.S. 2012-13 & F.S. 2013-14 76 - 83
2C Shelf of Projects. 84 - 89
3A Financial Outlay and Expenditure during XI Plan Period. 90
3B Scheme wise, Quarter wise distribution of Approved Plan Funds and Actual
Expenditure for the Years 2007-08, 2008-09 and 2009-10.
91 - 94
3C Scheme wise, Month wise distribution of Approved Plan Funds and Actual
Expenditure for Financial Year 2010-11.
95
4 Mission wise prorata RCA Expenditure in different projects vis--vis Targets and
Achievements.
96 - 106
5 Progress and Pendency of report of Chemical Analyses of NGCM samples. 107 - 109
6 Year wise, State wise report pendency, Year wise pendency. 110 - 111
7 Status of uploading in GSI portal. 112 - 113
8 Case studies uploaded in GSI portal (All cases as well as cases uploaded during
the quarter).
114 - 118
9 List of publications brought out in last Five years. 119 - 120
10 Courses conducted at FTC and RTI along with list of faculty members. 121 - 126
11 List of RAC/OAC/Stage Review/ SGPB meetings with dates with status of
uploading of Minutes.
127 - 128
12 Employment position in Regions. 129
13 Vehicle position in the Region. 130
14 Procurement Status of Major Equipments/ Modernization Items/Machinery
proposed for procurement during 2011 11.
131 - 134
15A Status of Existing Drilling equipments under deployment. 135- 136
15B Status of drilling and other highend (Rs.>1 Crore) equipments to be procured
during FY 2010 11.
137
16 Status of Pending Legal Cases of the Region. 138- 140














REGIONAL BRIEF
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1 -- Geology and Mineral Resources

RAJASTHAN

Introduction

The Rajasthan state, encompassing an area of 3,42,239 sq. km between Latitudes N 23
o
04 to
N 30
o
12 and Longitudes E 69
o
29 to E 78
o
17, exposes rock sequences ranging in age from the
Archaean to the Recent times. Hard rocks are exposed over an area of 2,31,952 sq. km covering
nearly two-thirds of the state and the remaining one-third area with numeric of 1,10,287 sq. km
consists of desert sand and soft sediments of Quaternary age. The different provinces of the Western
Indian Shield from east to west are the BGC Province, the Aravalli-Delhi Province and the Trans-
Aravalli Province. The Archaean era is represented by the Banded Gneissic Complex of Heron
(1953), which has been reclassified as the Sandmata Complex and the Mangalwar Complex
belonging to the Bhilwara Supergroup. The Bhilwara Supergroup also includes the Hindoli Group
(erstwhile Gwalior Series). Plate tectonic concept could not be applied to explain orogenic structures
developed during the Archaean time. The Aravalli, Delhi, Vindhyan and Marwar Supergroups
represent Proterozoic rocks. The Aravalli Supergroup of rocks chiefly comprising metamorphosed
and complexly folded clastic sediments with minor chemogenic and organogenic assemblages and
interlayered basic volcanics, overlies the pre-Aravalli cratonic rocks with an erosional unconformity.
The rocks of the Delhi Supergroup occur in two sectors viz. in northeast Rajasthan (North Delhi
Fold Belt), disposed in three sub-basins (Alwar, Bayana and Khetri) and a narrow linear belt along
the Aravalli range (South Delhi Fold Belt). The Palaeo-Proterozoic witnessed both vertical tectonism
(in the North Delhi Fold Belt) and Proto-Plate tectonism (in the Aravalli Fold Belt). Compared to
Archaean time, the time interval of the orogeny was reduced during the Proterozoic and no
progressive deformation was envisaged. Plate tectonism was operative in the Khetri Fold Belt and
South Delhi Fold Belt and the orogeny had the shortest duration in the latter. Vindhyan platformal
sediments (Upper Proterozoic) demarcate the eastern boundary of the BGC craton and a Deccan
Trap cover delimits the southern boundary. Late Proterozoic igneous and sedimentary rock
assemblages, grouped under the Malani Igneous Suite along with crystallines of Archaean age
(equivalent of the BGC) and the Marwar Supergroup (equivalent to Vindhyans) occupy a large
part of the Trans-Aravalli Province. The rocks of the Marwar Supergroup are unconformably
overlain by the Bap Boulder Bed (representing Upper Carboniferous glaciation), the latter forming
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the basement for the Badhaura Formation, the youngest Palaeozoic formation containing Permian
Flora and Fauna. Triassic rocks do not outcrop anywhere in Rajasthan but its subsurface presence
has been established. The Jurassic period commenced with a fluviatile environment which gave rise
to the Lathi sandstone containing fossil wood. The Mayakar Formation, which overlies the Badhaura
Formation with an unconformity, has been equated with the Lower Lathis. The deposition of
Lathi/Mayakar Formation culminated with the initiation of marine transgressions in different basins
viz. J aiselmer basin in the west, the Barmer basin in the south-central and the Palana-Ganganagar
Shelf in the north and northwest Rajasthan. The Mesozoics are represented by the Lathi sandstone,
J aisalmer limestone, Baisakhi shale, Bedesar sandstone, Parihar (Pariwar) sandstone and Abur
limestone, while Lower Tertiary includes Sanu sandstone, Khuiala limestone and Bandah limestone.
Pleistocene Shumar grits overlie the Tertiary sequence as capping in the form of ferruginous grit and
laterites. The Deccan Traps (Cretaceous to Eocene) have developed in southeast (Kota-Jhalawar
sector) and south-southeast Rajasthan (Chittorgarh-Banswara sector). The Deccan Traps do not show
any sign of major deformation. In all 19 flows are present in Rajasthan and overlapping of flows is
common in both the sectors. A large track of western Rajasthan constitutes the Thar Desert. The
continental sediments in the Thar Desert comprise a multiple episodic succession of fluvial, fluvio-
lacustrine and aeolian deposits.

Mineral Resources
Rajasthan, endowed with a rich mineral wealth, occupies a significant position on the mineral
map of the country. It possesses a wide range of mineral resources and holds considerable potential
for the future. The important metallic minerals with which the name of the State is intimately
associated are lead, zinc and copper. It is also richly gifted with a variety of non-metallic minerals.
The State has also enormous deposits of building stones like marble, different varieties of granite,
serpentinite etc. It is a leading producer of asbestos, soapstone/steatite, gypsum, rock phosphate,
calcite, feldspar, clay, etc. and presently, the State enjoys a monopoly in the production of
wollastonite, emrald, jasper and semi-precious garnet. In addition, the State has good deposits of
lignite and natural gas and oil in Bikaner, Nagaur and Barmer districts.
The rocks of the Bhilwara, Aravalli and Delhi Supergroups (Archaean to Proterozoic age) are
known repositories of basemetals and gold (Agucha, Pur-Banera, Dariba-Bethumbi, Zawar, Kayar-
Ghugra, Alwar, Khetri, J agpura-Bhukia, Birantiya-Kalabar, Pindwara-Watera, Deri-Ambaji belts) as
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well as phosphorite (Jhamar Kotra). Gold in association with sulphides occurs in Bhukia area in the
Aravalli Belt and is being explored since the last decade.
During the present decade, significant discovery of copper has been made in the 22 km long
belt extending through Mina ka Nangal, Patan, Dokan, Baniwala Ki Dhani, Dariba and Toda (Nim
ka Thana Patan Belt) along the western flank of the Alwar-J aipur basin of the North Delhi Fold
Belt. Similarly, copper-gold mineralization, recorded from the Archaean basement complex at Dhani
Basri area along a ductile shear zone in proximity to a major lineament that extends from the
basement to the cover sequence, has opened a new vista of structurally controlled copper-gold
mineralization in the Raialos of the Delhi Supergroup and in its basement. Subsequently, copper-
gold-silver mineralization has been intersected in the Todi ka Bas area within the Raialos along a
sympathetic shear subparallel to the major lineament as mentioned above. Besides, porphyritic
copper occurrence centred on hydrothermally altered amphibolite (metadiorite) intruding a batholitic
granite has been noted in the North Delhi Fold belt also. In recent time, a probable ophiolite
sequence is found under the soil covered area in the Trans-Aravalli and will be explored to know the
extent of development of the ophiolite sequence and also for its economic potentiality. Similarly, it
is suspected that the sheared Dhani Granite along with its pseudotachylite veins, which is intrusive
into the Erinpura Granite in the Trans-Aravalli region, is likely to hold REE prospects.
Rajasthan has been the known centre for lead and zinc mining since centuries. At Zawar,
Udaipur many mines bear signatures of ancient workings. Zawar is the place recognized as first
ancient zinc smelting site in the world. In Rajasthan lead-zinc deposits occur within the Bhilwara
Supergroup of Archaean to Lower Proterozoic age (e.g. Agucha, Dariba-Rajpura, Pur-Banera),
Lower Proterozoic Aravalli Supergroup (e.g. Zawar) and Lower to Upper Proterozoic Delhi
Supergroup (e.g. Kayar-Ghugra).
Substantial reserves of copper ore have been established in Rajasthan. The main occurrences
of copper ore are located along the prominent mineralized belt, viz. Khetri copper Belt, Alwar
copper Belt, Pur-Banera Belt and South Delhi Fold Belt. Besides, recent investigations have brought
out a 20 km long copper belt (Nim ka Thana Belt) starting from Nimod in the south to Mina ka
Nangal in the north and further extending upto Gangutana in Haryana. Total ore reserves estimated
so far in this new belt is about 85.26 MT containing an average grade of 0.3% Cu with minor
amount of Ag.
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The iron ore deposits are located mainly in J aipur, J hunjhunu and Sikar districts and are
found associated with the Delhi Supergroup of rocks. One new investigation has been taken up
during current field season (FS 2010-12) in South Rajasthan.
The Early to Middle Proterozoic Delhi Orogen (2200 1000Ma) occurring in Rajasthan and
adjacent areas of Haryana contain well-known occurrences of tungsten at Degana and Balda and tin
at Tosham, which are related to the late Proterozoic to Early Palaeozoic anorogenic Malani
Magmatism. Tungsten mineralization syntectonic with the Delhi Orogeny have been identified in
Central Rajasthan. The total resources of different types of ore as estimated by GSI/IBM are of the
order of 3550 tonnes of 65% WO
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grade. RSTDC estimated a reserve of 168 m. tones of ore with
0.09% WO
3
in the Rewat hill at Degana. Drilling indicated a reserve of 0.6 m. tones of ore of 0.12%
WO
3
grade.
Incidences of gold in multiple environments in several parts of Rajasthan are well known.
The occurrences are found in Bhilwara, Aravalli and Delhi Supergroups of rocks of Archaean to
Proterozoic age. Gold mineralization is hosted by a variety of rock types. In Banswara district in
southeastern Rajasthan, GSI discovered a very promising deposit namely Bhukia Gold Belt. It is
hosted in the basal supracrustals of the Aravalli Supergroup representing a metamorphosed volcano-
sedimentary sequence within the northwestern Precambrian craton and occupies an area of about 5.5
sq. km. Muscovite-biotite-quartz schist, dolomitic marble, keratophyre, actinolite-quartzite and
amphibolite/meta-pyroxenite are the major lithounits exposed in the area and together constitute a
separate lithopackage which rests over the older metamorphite. The auriferous massive, semi-
massive to disseminated sulphides present in the mineralized zones are concentrated along parallel
shear zones developed during the second phase of deformation. Auriferous sulphide mineral
assemblage is represented by pyrrhotite, arsenopyrite, pyrite, chalcopyrite and lollingite. Gold is
present in the form of native gold as well as with lollingite associated with arsenopyrite. Total
resource estimated in the belt so far is 105.74 MT of gold with 0.5g/t gold at 1 meter stopping width
with 26359 tonnes of copper, 2634 tonnes of cobalt and 2108 tonnes of nickel.
Rajasthan accounts for about 96% of the countrys total production of asbestos. The asbestos
deposits are mainly located in the southern parts of the state, confined to the altered ultramafic
intrusives within the rocks of the Bhilwara, Aravalli and Delhi Supergroups. The main deposits are
located in Ajmer, Alwar, Bhilwara, Dungarpur, Pali, Sirohi and Udaipur districts.
Rajasthan is the prime producer of soapstone in India. Occurrences have been reported from
Dogetha-J harna and Geejgarh in J aipur; Dausa, Geuria and Chaipura in Bhilwara and Dhaota,
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Dwain, Kamalpura, Rajauli, Garhi, Pura and Morra in Sawai Madhopur districts. In Udaipur,
Dungarpur and Banswara districts talc deposits/occurrences are associated with Rakhabdev
ultrabasic belt.
Rajasthan accounts for about 90% of total production of gypsum in the country. Reserves of
gypsum have been located mainly in Bikaner, Nagaur, Barmer, J aisalmer, Pali and Ganganagar
districts. The most important deposits cover about 58.31 sq km area between Bhadwasi and
Dhakoria in Nagaur district.
The state has a large number of occurrences and small deposits of fluorite, reported from
Ajmer, Alwar, Bhilwara, Dungarpur, J aipur, J alor, Jhunjhunu, Nagaur, Sikar and Sirohi districts.
Rajasthan contributes a major share in the production of rock phosphate/phosphorite in India.
In the state, phosphorites occur in diverse lithological formations ranging in age from Lower
Proterozoic to Tertiary. The phosphorite deposits in Udaipur and Banswara districts are located
within the rocks of Aravalli Supergroup of Lower Proterozoic age while those of Alwar and J aipur
districts occur in the rocks of Delhi Supergroup of Lower to Middle Proterozoic age and that of the
Chittorgarh district occur in the Lower Vindhyans of Middle Proterozoic age. Phosphorite
occurrences are also reported from the Mesozoic Formations of J aisalmer. The important
phosphorite deposits located are those of J hamar Kotra, Maton, Kanpur, Karbaria-ka-Gurha and
Dakan Kotra in Udaipur district, near Udaipur city.
Rajasthan is the leading producer of calcite and feldspar in the country. Occurrences of
calcite have been recorded from Sikar, Pali, Udaipur, Sirohi and J aipur districts. Feldspar
occurrences have been reported from Ajmer, Alwar, J aipur, Pali and Sikar districts.
The State of Rajasthan contributes about 50% production of china clay, 40% of ball clay and
10% of fire clay in the country. China clay is found to occur in Bhilwara, Bundi, Chittorgarh, J aipur,
J halawar, Sawai Madhopur, Sikar, Pali districts, etc. while ball clay occurs in Alwar, Bikaner and
Bundi districts.
Rajasthan is the only wollastonite producing state in India. The extensive deposit is located
near Khera-Uparla in Pali-Sirohi districts within Erinpura Granite massif. Significant deposit is also
found in Belka Pahar near Khila in Sirohi district. Large deposits have been located in Gola-Alipura
area in Ajmer district.
Rajasthan has the main deposits of emerald and garnet in the country. Emeralds are available
mostly in Ajmer and Udaipur districts. The garnet occurrences are recorded from Ajmer, Bhilwara
and Tonk districts. Aquamarine is mainly recorded from Toda Raisingh and Hanotia in the Tonk
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district. Amethyst is reported to occur near Kishangarh railway station in Ajmer district and from
Bidera, Girota, Didwana and Choup in J aipur district. Chrysoberyl occurs in pegmatites of Ajmer
and Bhilwara districts.
The Mesozoic and the Cenozoic geological sequences are represented by sandstone, shale
and limestone found in J aisalmer, Barmer and Palana basins and hosts Tertiary lignite, oil and
natural gas. In Rajasthan, large deposits of lignite occur in Tertiary formations of Middle Eocene age
in Barmer, J aisalmer, Bikaner and Nagaur districts. Lignite-bearing two sub-basins are recognized,
namely the Palana-Kolayat embayment and Merta Road sub-basins in Bikaner-Nagaur districts. The
lignite occurrences are disposed along this belt stretching for about 70 km with a width of about 30
km. The belt is generally thicker in the south and thins out towards the north. Lignite seams have
been intersected near Palana, Gurha, Barsinghsar, Hadda, Narsingh-ki-Dhani, Raneri and Chak-
Vijayshinghpura. In Barmer district, lignite deposits are found to occur in Botiya-Bharka area,
Kapurdi-J alipa area and Giral area. In the Merta Road sub-basin, lignite occurs in Merta Road block,
Mokala-Indawar block, Igair-Chhappra area and Kuchera-Igair area in Nagaur district.
Rajasthan has emerged on the oil map of India with the discovery of huge crude oil reserves
in Barmer-Sanchor basin. Crude oil reserves of 480 mt. and gas reserves of 3000 million cu. m have
so far been proved.
The Lower Palaeozoic sedimentary basins contain industrial mineral deposits including
potash bearing evaporite sequence. Minerals of evaporite sequences of the Quaternary sediments are
known to occur in the Thar Desert. Large areas of granite, sandstone and other suitable dimensional
stones are being delineated in the state. Work is in progress to identify older calcrete occurrences,
which may be likely repositories of strategic minerals like uranium.

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Mineral production in 2004-05 and 2005-06 : India vIs a vis Rajasthan
(Value in Rs 000)



India Rajasthan

Minerals Unit 2004-05 2005-06 2004-05 2005-06
Qty Value Qty Value Qty Value Qty Value
All Minerals 813757978 839386162 33375407 34210945
Fuel Minerals 605115751 614847844
Natural Gas Mc
m
30820 89401200 31223 90407400 211 633000 238 714000
Metallic Minerals 99403852 114860798
Copper Ore T 2929074 2642706 871632 931508
Iron Ore (Total) X10
3
145942 74029029 154436 86905259 28 4839 18 1445
Lead Concentrate T 81675 652733 97572 708169 81647 652698 97572 708169
Silver Kg 10955 84311 27950 227870 10570 80289 24261 182808
Zinc Concentrate T 666424 3998845 893287 4956091 666424 3998845 893287 4956091
Non-Metallic
Minerals
26844833 27283978
Phosphorite T 1722983 2928350 1372951 2212353 1621020 2882893 1194013 2142227
Asbestos T 6392 19022 2366 21830 5594 890 1726 300
Ball Clay T 637022 117872 351049 49441 442196 63994 148547 12695
Barytes T 1159031 505194 1189839 447658 3784 3526 6199 2458
Calcite T 66984 21730 73332 21794 66294 21661 72892 21750
Chalk T 129571 33274 146351 36992
Dolomite T 4339306 915714 4428119 1076320 108128 16351 153247 20256
Feldspar T 379055 61032 322929 53329 84647 10005 63737 7443
Fire Clay T 662633 90734 485755 76763 162657 26835 77760 3920
Fluorite(Graded) T 6291 16360 1774 5470 1002 3029 665 2605
Garnet (Abrasive) T 642329 153279 679700 195826 3 8
Garnet (Gem) Kg 90 122 90 122
Graphite (R.O.M) T 108150 39908 120322 43347
Gypsum T 3684758 502000 3137095 389709 3641136 478204 3104350 372698
J asper T 1265 386 580 174 1265 386 580 174
Kaolin (Natural) T 933654 1091332 1096564 1341425 152699 15006 165214 17415
Kyanite T 8208 6778 7341 6579
Sillimanite T 30711 115306 32278 170546
Limestone X10
3
165753 17942008 170378 19019764 25007 2971177 26666 3265553
Magnesite T 383953 363971 351495 488552 342 529
Mica Crude T 1276 26104 1259 32248 154 1493 30 308
Mica waste & Scrap T 2497 3384 476 518
Ochre T 919018 56944 920600 59253 860672 50544 878956 54487
Pyrophyllite T 271225 42376 181328 28958
Quartz T 319004 44349 250719 29511 53040 6686 46557 5179
Quartzite T 97036 75939 107975 55273 7321 1098 7420 742
Silica sand T 1962029 244699 2344793 269090 337762 51696 352610 50910
Steatite T 684440 334961 627216 291057 496818 266537 441663 227231
Vermiculite T 3377 5183 4774 4657 536 43 929 93
Wollastonite T 170292 129097 128582 98740 170292 129097 128582 98740
Laterite T 949973 90887 931297 97663 2200 57

Source : Revised (2010)edition of Geology and Mineral Resources of Rajasthan, GSI, Misc. Publ. No. 30, XII,
2001
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Geotechnical investigations:
A number of water resources and bridge construction projects are carried out in the state of
Rajasthan. Important projects attended include Indira Gandhi Canal Project, Yamuna Rajasthan Link
Canal Project, J akham Hydal Project, Chittorgarh and Udaipur districts, Atomic Power Plant Sites,
Karauli, Dholpur, Bhanswara and Hanumangarh districts, Chambal Development Plan Phase-II,
Dholpur district, Bisalpur Irrigation Project, Tonk district, Kalisindh Hydel cum Irrigation Project,
J halawar district, Rajasthan Atomic Power Project unit 5 and 6, Chittorgarh district, Alnia Dam,
Kota district etc.


Environmental investigations:
A number of environmental projects are undertaken in the state of Rajasthan. Important
investigations include pollution studies for different basemetal mining locations, limestone quarries/
cement plants, National Highway, etc. Recently environmental study was also undertaken for urban
area planning for Greater J aipur city.
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GUJARAT
Introduction
Gujarat with an expanse of 1,96,024 sq.km, exposes rocks from Precambrian Era to
Holocene period. The State is bounded by Latitude N203000 to N24 3000 and Longitude
681000 to 743000. The state is having three different geographic regions which are namely
Eastern Gujarat, Kachchh and Saurashtra/ Kathiawar regions. The Eastern Gujarat region shows a
general southwesterly and west-ward slope from the dissected and denuded hilly terrain of
Preacambrians to the alluvial plain which gradually merges into the Sea and gulf. The shield area of
Gujarat state occurs in the eastern part and are occupied by the Archaean -Pre-Champaner Gneissic
Complex and Pre-Lunavada Gneissic Complex (equivalent to BGC of Rajasthan); Palaeo - to
Meso-Proterozoic Aravalli and Delhi Supergroups and Neoproterozoic Godhra-, Erinpura- and Idar-
Granite. This Precambrian Belt is exhibited by dissected and denuded hills with intermittent
pediplain. The Mesozoic rocks are exposed in Kachchh region and in the northern part of Saurashtra
Plateau. It is represnted by the Pachchham, the Chari, the Katrol and the Bhuj Formations in
Kachchh Region and by the Dhrangadhra Group, the Wadhwan Group in Saurashtra plateau and
the Lameta Formation and the Bagh Beds in Kheda, Panch Mahals and Vadodara Districts (Eastern
Gujarat). The Saurashtra Plateau in the west is separated from the eastern Gujarat undulating terrain
by alluvial plain (with thick fluvial deposit underlain by Tertiary rocks). The basalt dominated
Deccan Trap with restricted acid and intermediate volcanics and intrusives is exposed as thick pile
in the southern part of Gujarat, Saurashtra and as relatively less thick horizons in Kachchh Region. It
represents broadly the geological time span from 80 Ma to 60 Ma. Tertiary rocks which overlap
these volcanics, are present mainly in the southern part of Kachchh region, western and southern part
of Saurashtra Plateau and also in the area bounded by Narmada and Tapi Rivers in the plains of
South Gujarat. The Tertiary rocks start with laterite dominated trap-wash deposit which is indicative
of humid tropical palaeo-climate of Palaeocene-Eocene age. Clay and carbonaceous shale dominated
Kakdi Nadi Formation in Kachchh and Tadkeswar Formation in Narmada-Tapi basin and also south
of Bhavnagar represent an important stratigraphic horizon for lignite. This extensive horizon
indicative of fluvio-deltaic euxinic facies condition is overlain by the marine sedimentary deposits
dominated with carbonate bearing fossils. These deposits occur as fossiliferous limestone as Fulra,
Maniyara Fort and Gaj Formations in Kachchh and as Gaj and Dwarka Formations in Saurashtra.
High energy fluvial deposits of Tertiary age representing the Jhagadia Formation occur near
Bhavnagar and Rajpardi-Jhagadia (south of Narmada River). This formation is an important horizon
for agate. Pleistocene age of Gujarat is represented by Miliolidae (foraminifera) bearing aeolian as
well as marine limestone. This limestone occurs as valley fill clastic as well as beded non-clastic
deposit. This limestone is classified under Miliolite Formation and is economically very important.
Extensive aeolian deposit of Miliolite limestone is indicative of arid climatic condition which is
succeeded by high energy fluvial sediments (humidification) represented by Kothara Formation.
About 50% area of Gujarat is covered by unconsolidated Holocene sediments, majority of which is
older and younger flood plain deposits of Narmada, Tapi, Mahi, Sabarmati and Banas rivers. These
are classified under Katpur and Varahi Formations respectively. The coastal belt surrounding the
Gulf of Kachchh and Gulf of Khambhat is dominated by younger tidal flat and older tidal flat
deposits. The Little Rann of Kachchh which separates the Kachchh Mainland and Saurashtra
Plateau, is dominated by fluvial sediments of Banas River (in the eastern part). The coastal deposits
are classified under the Mahuva and the Fulai Formation respectively. The stabilized dune sands are
classified under Akhaj, whereas the unstabilised one is named as the J antral Formation. The Little
Rann of Kachchh gradually merges into the Gulf of Kachchh. Fluviomarine deposits show vast
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expance in the Rann areas (both Greater and little Rann area) as well as around the deltaic regions of
major rivers and these are classified under Rann Formation.

Mineral Resources
The wide range of mineral resources is principally located, beside other significant small and
medium sized occurrences, along six belts in Gujarat in different geological set up.
Important minerals commercially exploited in Gujarat are bauxite, bentonite, basemetals,
fireclay, fluorite, fullers earth, limestone, chalk, glass sand, manganese, graphite, lignite, petroleum
and natural gas. Besides, several rocks are being used for building purposes and as dimension stones.
Bauxite, a mixture of gibbsite [Al(OH)
3
), boehmite (-AlO(OH)) and diaspore (- AlO(OH)]
is the chief source of aluminium. Bauxite deposits in the State are associated with laterite overlying
the Deccan Traps or Tertiary sediments. Commonly two types of bauxite are noticed, viz. the
massive blanket-type and the bouldery or nodular-type. Majority of the high-grade bauxite deposits
belong to the nodular type. Kachchh district hosts the major bauxite deposits of the state. Segregated
pockets of bauxite are reported from J amnagar, Junagadh, Amreli, Bhavnagar, Kheda and Surat
districts.
Bentonite is a mineral formed as a result of in situ weathering of basaltic flows of Deccan
Traps. The lensoid bodies are generally found directly overlying the Deccan Traps and are underlain
by laterite layers or a thin soil cover. The major Bentonite deposits are confined to Kachchh and
parts of the Saurashtra region.
The reported occurrences of basemetal mineralization in Gujarat can be broadly classified
into two categories, viz. associated with Precambrian metasediments and with Deccan Traps. Amba
Mata (Ambaji) Deposit in Banaskantha district is the largest known deposit in Gujarat. The host
rocks belong to Kumbhalgarh Group of Delhi Supergroup. The mineralization is mainly of lead and
zinc with subordinate copper. The proved reserves are 8.29 million tones with average metal content
of 13.5% (lead- 5.5%, zinc- 6% and copper- 2%). Basemetal occurrences associated with
metasediments are located in Vadodara, Panchmahal and Sabarkantha districts, whereas occurrences
associated with Deccan Traps are located in J unagarh and Rajkot districts.
Fireclay is a general term for clays having capacity to withstand high temperature (1515
0
C
and above) without any change other than dehydration and act as good refractory. The important
fireclay deposits of Gujarat are associated with Upper Gondwana sediments, inter-trappean beds and
Tertiary sediments. Fireclays are reported from Bharuch, Mahesana, Panchmahals, Rajkot,
Sabarkantha and Surendranagar districts.
Gujarat is the largest producer of fluorite in India. Worlds largest deposit is located at
Ambadongar in Vadodara district. The total reserves of fluorite in the state are of the order of
11.61Mt having average 30% CaF
2
content. Ambadongar deposit, in general, shows rich to very rich
mineralization with CaF
2
content occasionally as high as 97%.
In Gujarat Fullers earth or Multani Mitti deoosits are associated with Lower Tertiary rocks
and are located in Saurashtra region and Kachchh district.
The State of Gujarat is richly endowed with various types of limestone deposits, which are
located in Amreli, J unagadh and Sabarkantha districts.
Gujarat is the only state in the country producing chalk. Good quality chalk is confined to the
Porbandar taluka of J unagadh district. The deposit is associated with the Miliolitic Limestone of
Quaternary age.
In Gujarat, glass sand deposits occur within Cretaceous sandstone in Vadodara, Kachchh,
Mahesana, Sabarkantha and Surendranagar districts. Glass sand of good quality is generally used in
the manufacture of glass.
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Important manganese deposits in Gujarat occur in Shivrajpur-Pani Belt and Anas area in
Panchmahals district and in Ambala area, Vadodara district. Manganese ores are associated with
metasedimentary rocks of the Champaner and Lunavada Groups of Aravalli Supergroup.
Graphite deposits in Gujarat are associated with the rocks of Champaner Group, mainly with
the graphitic phyllite, in the form of bands. Commercially important graphite deposits occur along a
strike length of 100km in Vadodara and Panchmahals districts. The thickness of graphite layers
varies from a few centimeters to as much as 18m. Occurrences of graphite are also noted in
Banaskantha and Sabarkantha districts.
There are three major lignite bearing areas in Gujarat, viz. Panandhro Lignite field and
adjoining areas (Akri Moda, J hulrai-Waghapadar, Lakhpat and Matanomadh) in Kachchh district,
Bhuri area in Bharuch district and in Khadsalia area, Bhavnagar district. Lignite is associated with
the rocks of the Early Tertiary age. Coal seams of Upper Gondwana age have been reported from the
Than formation of the Dharangadhra Group (Lower Cretaceous) in Khakhrathal and Than area in
Surendranagar district and thin coal seams have been reported to occur near Guneri, Kachchh
district.
Gujarat is one of the largest oil producing state in the country. The bulk of the on-shore
resources occur in the Cambay Basin. The Ankleshwar oil field, Bharuch district, Cambay oil field,
Kheda district, Sanand oil field, Ahmedabad district and Kalol oil field, Mahesana district are among
the major oil producing areas. Besides, some other areas where oil and gas occurrences have been
reported are in Vadodara, Bhavnagar and Surat districts.

Mineral Districts Places Remark
Mehesana Kalol oil field
Bharuch Ankaleshwar
Kheda Cambay
Ahmedabad Bakrol
Gandhinagar Vavol, Indroda


Petroleum
Surat Kosamba and Olpad
Oligocene to Miocene
Kalol Formation
(Cambay basin, second
largest onshore basin in
India after Assam)
Amba mata ( Amba ji)
Amlimal area
Banaskantha
Kui-Chitrasani belt
Mainly lead and zinc with
subordinate copper with
minor amount of Gold
analysed upto 1.5 ppm
Khandia Lead-zinc mineralisation
with minor amount of Gold
analysed upto 1.5 ppm
Kadwal Lead confined to quartz
veins traversing phyllite.



Panchmahals
Pani mines Small quantity of copper.
Godhara Godhara, J her, Narkut
and Palla
Small quantity of copper








Base metal
Sabarkantha Dadhalia Ultra basic rocks reported.




Kachchh Chiyasar, Balachar,
Nandra, Rasalia,
Nagrecha,
Matanomadh etc.
Bauxite confined within
Matano Math Formation
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J amnagar Bhatia, Gandhari,
Hamatia, Lama,
Mahadevia, Asota etc
Bauxite confined within
Bhatia Formation
Bauxite
Amreli, Bhavnagar,
Sabakantha and
Kheda
Kagwadar
Talgajarda
Harsol, Talod
Kapdvanj
Bhatia Formation
Bhavnagar Khadsaliya, Tagadi-
Budhel area.
Bhatia Formation Bentonite
J amnagar, Kachchh Bhatia Formation
Kachchh Lifri and Naun Kakdi Nadi Formation Barite
Panchmahals Nai Raski and Sadra Kadana Formation
Coal Surendranagar Than, khakhrathal Gondwana ?
Chalk Pobandar Ranvav Quaternary
Kachchh Panandhro Lignite
Field, Lakhpat,
Matanomadh, Akhro
mta J ulrai, Umarsar
and Waghapadar
Kakdi Nadi Formation
Eocene (Tertiary )
Lignite

Lignite
Bharuch Bhuri area. Tarkeshwar Formation
Bhavnagar Chitra, Akwada,
Malanka
Tertiary
J amnagar Virpur, Nandana,
Asota, Bhatia
Tertiary
Junagadh Balanivav, Kadiali and
Lussapur
Tertiary



Gypsum
Kachchh Adesar, Baranda,
Fategarh, Karanpur
Tertiary/Quaternary
Amreli Balani vav, Una Tertiary/Quaternary
Banaskantha Ambamata, Bhanpura,
Chhapi, Diwania,
Ranpur
Proterozoic
Bhavnagar Mahuva, Methala,
Talaja
Tertiary/Quaternary
J amnagar Ranpur, Mithapur,
Sikka, Lalpur,
Kuranga, Meripur,
Ashapura
Tertiary/Quaternary






Limestone
Junagadh Adityana, Gokira,
Ishwariya, Lati,
Rakhej, Una, Dholasa,
Simasi
Tertiary/Quaternary
Panchmahals Shivrajpur, Pani,
Talaodi, Anas, J otwad
Champaner Fold Belt Manganese
Vadodara Ambala, Ambari,
Kadwal
Champaner Fold Belt
Phosphorite Kachchh Ler, Barada, Habo hill Chari and tertiary
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Panchmahals Ambapani, Chalwad,
Ranjitpura
Champaner Fold Belt
Talc Sabarkantha Devmori, Kundal
valley
Arawalli Metasediments
Tin Tungsten Banaskantha Atal hill, Kapasiya,
Sakara, Vavdhara
Nadri Granite
Wollastonite Banaskantha Godha-Dhanpura, Arawalli Metasediments

RESERVE OF IMPORTANT MIENRALS DEPOSITS IN GUJARAT
(In thousand tones)

Mineral Proved Probable Possible Total
Ball Clay - - 50.00 50.00
Bauxite 43,685 22,094 51,546 1,71,325
Bentonite 3,392 2,990 83,190 89,572
Calcite (t) - - 6,890 6,890
China Clay 1,181 4,678 25,478 31,338
Copper
(i) Ore

2,225

4,410

1,489

8,124
(ii) Metal 31 61 21 113
Diatomite - - 488 488
Dimensional stone 458.97 MCM 458.97 MCM
Dolomite 27,196 71,634 4,10,855 5,09,686
Fire clay 99 1,472 60,996 62,567
Fluorite - 788 55 843
Graphite (t) - 16,644 - 16,644
Gypsum 9 21 9,968 9,998
Lead & Zinc
(i) Ore 2,157 4,275 1,444 7,876
(ii) Lead metal 56 110 37 203
(iii) Zinc metal 84 166 56 306
Lignite - - - 2500
Limestone 3,71,512
*19,000
1,10,583
*30,000
75,59,987 90,37,337
Marble - 8 1,477 1,477
Manganese Ore - 9,375 1,477 1,477
Ochre 62 - 2,334 2,573
Phosphorite - 177 19 19
Quartzite/ Silica Sand 12,433 - 21.829 44,549
Talc/Steatite/Soapstone - 10.287 7 7
Vermiculite (t) - - 1,568 1,568
Wollastonite - - 1,493 1,493

(t) refers to reserve in tones
MCM- refers to reserve in Million Cubic Meter
* Recent addition during collaboration with CGM during 2007-09

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Geotechnical investigations:
Important geotechnical projects carried out in the state includes Sardar Sarovar Narmada Dam
Project, Naramada district and Kakrapar Atomic Power Project, Surat district.

Seismic Study:
Seismic and microzonation study was initiated with Ahmedabad city in field season 2001-2002. The
seismic hazard microzonation study includes input involving geology, geophysics, geohydrology,
engineering geology, seismology and anthropology. Studies completed for the Ahmedabad city,
J amnagar city, Bhavnagar town and Bharuch city. At present, work is under progress for Surat town.




DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL & HOD
K.PARIDA
ORGANOGRAM OF GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA, WESTERN REGION
STATE UNIT RAJ ASTHAN
Dr S.K.Wadhawan, Dy. D.G.
STATE UNIT GUJ ARAT
Dr Indra Prakash, Dy. D.G
WESTERN REGION
HEADQUARTER
PSS
TC
D.K.Rai, Director
Project BM-I
A.K.Sharma, Director
Project BM-II
D.K.Rai, Director
Project Gold
M.K.Reddy, Director
Project RSAS
P.K.Raut, Director
Project Iron Ore
G. Satyanarayana,
Suptdg Geologist
Project IFOM
A.K.Dawande, Director
Project Lignite
S.Bose, Suptdg Geologist
Project Geoinformatics
J anak Raj, Director
H.O.O.
J anak Raj, Director
PSS
TC-I
Dr S.K. Chakraborty, Director
TC-II
P.K.Nanda, Director
TCS
S.K.Shrivastava, Director
Mission-II
P.K.Raut, Director
Mission-III
K.M.Reddy, Director
Geodata
S.C.Chakraborty,
Director
Map&Cartography
K.M.Reddy, Director
Publication
R.K.Aggarwal,
Suptdg Geologist
Mission-IV
Dr C.De,Director
Engg Geology
Mulkh Raj, Director
EarthQuake Geology
Z.Iqbal, Director
Desert & Env Geology
Dr P.Rakshit, Director
Petrology
K.M.Reddy, Director
Palaeontology
Dr C.De, Director
Remote Sensing
R.G.Verma, Director
Mission-V
Dr G.Malhotra, Director
RTI
Dr G.Malhotra, Director
FTC
Dr P.R.Golani, Director
Mineral Physics
Dr A.Rais, Director
STSS
R.S.Bains, Director
Chemical
R.S.Bains, Director
Geophysics Cord.
Dr L.N.Singh,Director
Geophysics-I
Dr L.N.Singh, Director
Geophysics-II
Dr L.N.Singh, Director
Geophysics-III
Dr L.N.Singh, Director
Geophysics-Inst.
Dr L.N.Singh, Director
Drilling
J .N.Choudhary, Director
PSS
Project STM
P.V.Ramanamurthy,
Director
Project GCM
A.K.Saxena, Director
Project HM
A.K.Saxena, Director
Quality Manager
Project MI
K.S.Gupta, Director
Geoinformatics
P.N.Sharma, Director
M&C & Geodata
P.N.Sharma, Director
Petrology
P.N.Sharma, Director
H.O.O.
K.S.Gupta, Director
Rajbhasha Adhikari
R.S.Garkhal, Director
Vigilance Officer
J .N.Choudhary, Director
Finance
P.K.Nanda, Director
H.O.O.
R.S.Garkhal, Director
CPIO
R.K.Aggarwal,
Suptdg Geologist
AP & M
A.K.Sarkar, DCOS
Grievance Officer
A.K.Mathur, Director
Liaison Officer, CPWD
Man Mohan Singh, DE
Liaison Officer SC/ST/OBC
R.S.Garkhal, Director
As on 29-02-2011
Project STM-I
M.Fulmari, Director
Project STM-II
Dr J .N.Solanki, Director
Project GCM-I
U.Bhattacharya, Director
Mission-I
Dr S.K. Chakraborty,
Director Incharge
Geochemical
S.C.Chakraborty, Director
Reg. Quality Manager
Z.Iqbal, Director
Chemical
P.N.Sharma, Director
TC
P.N.Sharma, Director
Project GCM-II
A.K.Dawande, Director
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3 -- ACTIVITY DOMAIN
The activities of the Western Region are currently organized around the following schemes:
Schemes Components/Activities
Survey & Mapping Specialised Thematic Mapping, Geochemical Mapping,
Geophysical Mapping.
Mineral Exploration Exploration for gold, basemetal, iron, and industrial
minerals (Limstone, Phosphorite, Bauxite, Potash).
Specialised Investigation Geotechnical studies, Environmental studies,
Earthquake geology and Seismology, and Desert
geological studies.
Research & Development Research work on fundamental geoscience
Information/ Dissemination Map compilation, Publication, Geoinformatics,
Information Technology and uploading of data on the
GSI portal
Modernization Acquisition and replacement of instruments/equipments

MISSIONS / SUPPORT SYSTEMS

MISSIONS
I. Baseline Geoscience Data Generation
Ground Surveys :
Geological Survey
Geochemical Survey
Geophysical Survey
Remote Sensing and Aerial Surveys:
Geomorphological Survey
Hyperspectral Survey, etc.
Photo Geology & Remote Sensing
II. Natural Resources Assessment
Mineral resource assessment
III. Geoinformatics
Data Repository and Management
Information Delivery
Advanced Spatial Data Systems
IV. Fundamental & Multidisciplinary Geosciences and Special studies
Geotechnical, & Seismic
Climate Change impact & Fragile Eco- systems
Fundamental Geoscience

V. Training & Capacity building
GSI Training Institute (for Freshers, Training of Trainers, International and
Special Courses)
Regional Training Institutes
Support Systems
I. S&T Support System:
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I.T. Infrastructure & Connectivity
Analytical Chemistry and the Chemical Laboratory Network
Laboratory Network (other than Chemical)
Capital Assets Procurement and Management
Drilling
Transport
Survey
II. Administrative Support System:
Finance
Personnel
Legal Cell
HRD
Information and Publications
Libraries, Parks and Museums
Estates
III. Policy Support System:
Planning & Monitoring
Commercial Operations
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MISSION I ( BASELINE GEOSCIENCE)

Sl.
No
.
Item Name of
Officers
Targets Achievements Field
Days
Remarks
Shalini Patil 76
Rinki Das 69
(ITEM No.1 : STM/WR/HQ/2009/001)
PETROLOGY, WR
Geological and geochemical investigation of
granitoid bodies of Aravalli Fold belt, NW
India with emphasis on their tectonic
significance.
Athulya Rajan S.

STM - 600 sq
km
585
164

M. Lakshmana 47
S. Bangaru
Babu
143
Amar Singh 33
(ITEM No.2 : GPM/WR/HQ/2010/001)
GEOPHYSICS-I, WR Regional geophysical
gravity-magnetic survey in Sandmata Complex
and South Delhi Fold Belt
A.V.Kulkarni
4200 sq Km
(Revised target
3000sq km)
2150
45

D.C.Naskar 96
Gyanesh Lashkari 58
S.K.Singh 110

(ITEM No.3 : GPM/WR/HQ/2010/002)
GEOPHYSICS-I, WR Regional geophysical
gravity-magnetic survey in Bhilwara
Supergroup in part of Tonk and Dausadistricts,
Rajasthan MahendraSingh
4200 sq Km
(Revised target
2100sq km)
700
112

Meena S. Gupta 108 Transferred to CR
S.M. Rangari 4 At Hqrs on medical grounds.
Maneesh M.J ohn 30 Inducted since Sept.11
A.K.J aiswal 97
S. Rastogi 100

(ITEM No.4 : STM/WR/RAJ /2010/003) STM-
I, SU RAJ STM of Delhi Supergroup of rocks
in Thekra, Kishangarh Bas, Baraud, Bansur
areas, Alwar district, Rajasthan with special
emphasis on locating favourable areas of
copper mineralization.
Gopal Dass
900 sq km 870
153

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SalimJ aved 140 (ITEM No.5 : STM/WR/RAJ/2010/004)
STM-I, SU RAJ STM to evaluate the
relationship between the Mangalwar Complex
and North Delhi Fold Belt around Lalsot,
J aipur and Sawai Madhopur districts,
Rajasthan.
Md Mujaffer
Najar
300 sq km 280
144

Sourav Sen 96 (New Item)
STM/WR/RAJ /2010/
STM-I, SU RAJ
Specialized thematic mapping of porphyritic
granite, alkali rich (albite rich) granite plutons
and their mafic enclaves restites of Khetri
Fold belt and North Delhi Fold Belt in
Rajasthan, J hunjhunun district, Rajasthan.
Sandip Neogi
300 sq km 274
97
New Item taken up in September, 2011
Bibin Das 153 (ITEM No.6 : STM/WR/RAJ /2010/005) STM-
II, SU RAJ
Specialized thematic mapping of the southern
part of the Pur Banera belt, Bhilwara district,
Rajasthan.
Md Yusuf
Khanday
300 sq km 295sq km
154

203 ITEM No.7: STM/WR/RAJ /2010/006) STM-II,
SU RAJ Specialized thematic mapping of the
Trans-Aravalli region, south of Pali, Pali
district, Rajasthan.
K.K. Nayak
Y.S. Bhamboo
600 sq km 577 sq km
209

(ITEM No.8 : GCM/WR/RAJ /2009/003)
GCM, SU RAJ & CHEMICAL, WR
Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/1 &
45O/5 covering parts of Ajmer,Tonk and
Bhilwaradistricts, Rajasthan.
Pawan Kumar 700 sq km 646 sq km 195
Mohini S. Sathe

130 ITEM No.9 : GCM/WR/RAJ /2010/007)
GCM, SU RAJ & CHEMICAL, WR
Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/2 &
45O/6 covering parts of Ajmer,Tonk and
Bhilwaradistricts, Rajasthan.
DeepmalaS.
Barasagade
700 sq km 687 sq km
137

KrishnaKumar 140 (ITEM No.10 : GCM/WR/RAJ /2010/008)
GCM, SU RAJ & CHEMICAL, WR
Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/3 &
45O/7 covering parts of Ajmer, Tonk and
Bhilwaradistricts, Rajasthan.
Abhishek Verma
700 sq km 667 sq km
57

(ITEM No.11 : GCM/WR/RAJ /2010/009)
GCM, SU RAJ & CHEMICAL, WR
Ritu Pragya
Choursia*
700 sq km
550 sq km 9
Itemtaken up in Sept. 2011
*Attending OCG
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Abhishek Verma
71
Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/4 &
45O/8 covering parts of Ajmer, Tonk and
Bhilwaradistricts, Rajasthan.
MausamYadav
77
Paramita
Dasarwar
85 NEW GCM ITEM: GCM/WR/RAJ /
45O/09 &13
J olly Roy
Hiranya
700 sq km 628 sq km
97
Itemtaken up in Sept. 2011

RamRatan
Singh
96 NEW GCM ITEM: GCM/WR/RAJ /
45 O/10 & 14
Ratandeep
J auhari
700 sq km 631 sq km
100
Itemtaken up in Sept. 2011

NanditaSingh 76 NEW GCM ITEM: GCM/WR/RAJ /
45 O/11 & 15
Sana Naqvi
700 sq km 589 sq km
92
Itemtaken up in Oct. 2011


NEW GCM ITEM: GCM/WR/RAJ /

Naveen Kumar
Nigam
224 sq km 67 Itemtaken up in Nov.. 2011


(ITEM No.12 : GCM/WR/RAJ /2010/010)
GCM, SU RAJ To provide technical guidance
for Geochemical Mapping Project to be carried
out by DMG, Govt. of Rajasthan, (under MoU
between GSI, DMG & RSMML, Govt.of
Rajasthan) geochemical mapping of
toposheet 45L/1 to L/13 & L/16, 45G/6 to G/16
covering parts of Chittaurgarh Pali, Pratapgarh,
Rajsamand and Udaipur districts.
Pawan
Kumar(PT)

Item yet to be initiated by DMG Rajasthan

ArindamDutta


185
R.K. Alla 178
P.S.Dhote 70

(ITEM No.14 : STM/WR/GUJ /2010/012)
STM, SU GUJ Specialized thematic mapping
in the area of Barda Hill acidic igneous
complex to decipher emplacement style and
petrogenesis of various extrusiveand intrusive
rock units.
Md Naushad
600 590 sq km
93

S.K. Gupta 69 Shifted to ItemNo. 16
S.K. Deepankar

190
P.K.Singh 92
Gurudayal Singh 93
Praveen Kumar 88

(ITEM No.15 : GCM/WR/GUJ /2010/013)
GCM, SU GUJ Geochemical mapping of sheet
No. 45D/11 & 45D/15
H.K.Basheer
1400 sq km 2652 sq km

85
22
H.B.Sahoo 69
Praveen Kumar 62 Shifted to ItemNo. 15
Ishwar 151
S.K.Gupta 76
S.Shubhdarshini 85
AnnieD Nelson 83

ITEM No.16 : GCM/WR/GUJ /2010/014)
GCM, SU GUJ Geochemical mapping of sheet
No. 46F/12 & 46F/16
V.S.Modi
700 1963 sq km
91
S.K. Gupta

(ITEM No.17 : GCM/WR/GUJ /2009/004)
GCM, SU GUJ To provide technical guidance
for Kachchh Geochemical Mapping Project to
be carried out by GMRDS/CGM, Govt. of
Gujarat, Gandhinagar (under MoU Phase-II)
C. Srikarni

No. of field days
related to work
fromCGM



(ITEM No.18 : RP/WR/GUJ/2009/005) HM,
SU GUJ Use of Hyperspectral Remote Sensing
Data for the search of mineralised provinces/
areas in Precambrain terrain of Eastern and
Northern Gujarat.
Sanjay Das

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Related to work
from ISRO
(SARC)
Transferred GSI TI
MI.B.I. Photogeology & Remote Sensing & MI.B.IV. Geomorphological mapping
Remote Sensing & Aerial Survey/ Geomorphological Mapping : Remote Sensing Division 4 G
National Mission on Geomorphological and Lineament mapping on 1:50,000 scale using satellite data (Item No.19) : -
Consultation of legacy data and Seismotectonic atlas. Legacy data as lineament layer of Rajasthan and Gujarat states on 1:50,000 scale has
been collected (soft copy) for ground truth checking/corrections. Consultation and compilation of legacy data from unpublished GSI reports
pertaining to districts of Eastern and Western Rajasthan and Gujarat. 121 sheets (CAZRI- 81 +SRSAC-40 received and carried out
External Quality Checking. Completed final External Quality Checking of 95 sheets ( CAZRI- 79 and SRSAC- 16). Upgradation of
laboratory is in progress.
MI.B.II. Hyperspectral Survey

F.S. Title in short Status of
Report
Mineral belt/ Fold belt/basin
Hyperspectral Mapping in collaboration with SAC, ISRO, Ahmedabad.
2009-10 Use of HSM data for thesearch of
mineralized provinces/ areas in
Precambrian terrain of Eastern and
Northern Gujarat (Item No.18)
Work
continuing
Mineral occurrences falling in Banaskantha, Dahod,
Panchmahals, Vadodara districts
Mandays 31 (1G)
Progress in HSM
i) Collection of geological maps and reports: Geological maps and reports consulted for the four areas selected for the study viz.
Champaner Fold Belt, Lunavada Fold Belt, Jharol Group of rocks with ophiolite suits and South Delhi Fold Belt (Ambaji area).
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ii) Acquisition of satellite data:
a) Landsat ETM data have been downloaded from the free download sites USGS.
b) Hyperion data (spaceborne hyperspectral data) downloaded from Earth Explorar site of USGS.
iii) Synthesis of data: Studied ETM data of 6500 sq kma area. Synthesis of Hyperion data is being carried out for 280 sq km area.
iv) Analysis of data: Preparation of colour composite image maps based on Landsat ETM+is completed through spatial
enhancement, merging of colour composites with Pan images, preparation of sub-maps and classification of image data. These
classified maps were compared with existing geological maps.
Image Maps of nine topographic sheets of fiur different areas underthe project have been prepared.
Synthesis of Hyperion data: Spectral matching of Hyperion data with spectral library is in progress on
v) Study of High resolution 64 channel aerial data: To be acquired with the help of SAC, ISRO
vi) Collection of ground data using Spectroradiometer for identifying spectral signatures and preparation of spectral
library: Spectral data along with representative petrological and geochemical samples were collected. Data collected from
Bamankuva-Shivrjpur-Bhatt belt containing manganese, from Khandia area having base metal occurrences, from graphite bearing
areas of Chhotaudepur and manganese ocuurence of Goldungri from shear zone areas of Ambaji, Koteswar, Kumbhariya and
J etwas, from Dadhalia area having ultramafics and magnetite quartzite, from Santrampur area. Preparation of spectral library in
process for representative minerals and rocks and being compared with standard spectral library.
vii) Systematic field data collection with bed rocks and petrological samples: During present FSP 20 bedrock samples and 10
petrologial samples have been collected.
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MISSION II (NATURAL RESOURCE ASSESSMENT)

Babu Lal 5
Retired in J an 11
D.C.Naskar(PT) 192
A.V.Kulkarni(PT) 136
Manjeet Kumar 95

(ITEM No.20 :
GPS/WR/HQ/2009/006) GEOPHYSICS-II,
WR Geological and geochemical investigation
of granitoid bodies of Aravalli Fold belt, NW
India with emphasis on their tectonic
significance.
Pushpraj Singh
140 Lkm 75.5 Lkm
65

(ITEM No.21 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/015)
GEOPHYSICS-II, WR Investigation for
basemetal mineralization in the northern part of
the Salampura block, Pur-Banera belt,
Bhilwaradistrict, Rajasthan.
D.C.Naskar(PT)
A.V.Kulkarni(PT)
Not to betaken up as per recommendation of TERM REVIEW
COMMITTEE


ITEM No.22 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/016)
GEOPHYSICS-II, WR
Investigation for polymetallic mineralization
associated with possibly an IOCG type deposit,
district Pali, Rajasthan.
D.C.Naskar(PT)
A.V.Kulkarni(PT)

Not to betaken up as per recommendation of TERM REVIEW
COMMITTEE


(ITEM No.23 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/017)
GEOPHYSICS-II, WR Exploration for
basemetal and associated gold in Dantali block,
J aipur district, Rajasthan.
D.C.Naskar(PT)
A.V.Kulkarni(PT)

Itemkept in abeyance in absenceof clearance fromWild life
authorities.

S.K.Biswas 94

RadheShyam 10
Vivek Kumar 129

(ITEM No.24 : 2010-
12/SER/WR/HQ/2010/018) GEOPHYSICS-III,
WR Geophysical logging of boreholes of
mineral investigations in Western Region.
Gyanesh Lashkari
BH Geophy.
Logging
BH Geophy. Logging
6365.5 m

85
SrikrishnaYadav 174 (ITEM No.25 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/019) IRON
ORE, SU RAJ Investigation for ferrous and
associated metallic minerals in south Rajasthan.
H.C. Sahu
Reco trav.
(1:25k).- 100
sq km
DM(1:5K) .-
20 sq km
Reco trav. (1:25k).- 110 sq
km
DM(1:5K) .- 21 sq km
170

ITEM No.26: ME/WR/RAJ /2010/020) GOLD,
SU RAJ Investigation for gold and associated
basemetal mineralization in J agpura Block,
Banswara district, Rajasthan.
Sanjay Singh DM(1:2K) .-
0.75 sq km
Pitting
Trenching:.-
10 cum
DM(1:2K) .- 1.0 sq km
Pitting Trenching:.- 10 cu
m
154

(ITEM No.27 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/021)
GOLD, SU RAJ Investigation for gold and
copper mineralization in Gundelapara NW
Block, Banswara district, Rajasthan
Amit Srivastava Drilling :-
1200 m
Pitting
Trenching:.-
10 cum
Drilling :- 1312.10 m
Pitting Trenching:.- 12
cum
131


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L.M.S. Maura

122

Transferred to oFTC
Zawar
(ITEM No.29 : MIP/WR/RAJ /2009/011)
BASEMETAL-I, SU RAJ Investigation for
basemetals in Karoi-Rajpura area, Pur-Banera
Belt, Bhilwara district, Rajasthan.
Pradip Bharati
LSM (1:10k)
:- 16 sq km
DM(1:2K) :-
0.40 sq km
LSM (1:10k) :- 19.5 sq
km
DM (1:2K) :- 0.60 sq km
96 xxxx
A.V.Kulkarni 27 ItemNo 29 Addl Item
Geophysical studies in Karoi-Rajpura area,
Pur-BaneraBelt, Bhilwara district, Rajasthan
M.Lakshmana

11
B.R. Bejarniya

154

(ITEM No.30 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/015)
BASEMETAL-I,SU RAJ Investigation for
basemetal mineralization in the northern part of
the Salampura block, Pur-Banera belt,
Bhilwaradistrict, Rajasthan.
Gyaneshwar
Singh
Drilling :-
1200 m

Drilling :- 1076.50 m

79

D.B. Jena

196

(ITEM No.31 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/016)
BASEMETAL-I,SU RAJ Investigation for
polymetallic mineralization associated with
possibly an IOCG type deposit, district Pali,
Rajasthan. U.K.Das
DM(1:2K) :-
1.00 sq km
(Revised
1.50sqkm)
Drilling :-
400 m

DM(1:2K) :- 1.40 sq km

Drilling :- 273.25 m

110

J .U Rao 229
A.N. Kamble 191


(ITEM No.32 : MIP/WR/-/2009/010)
RSAS,SU RAJ Ground re-evaluation of
airborne geophysical anomalies by integrated
geological and Geochemical surveys between
Rampuriya and Gadariyakhera village,
BhilwaraDistrict, Rajasthan.
Ashok Singh
DM(1:5K) .-
2.0 sq km
(revised 3.0
sq km).Pitting
Trenching:.-
50 cu m
(Revised 75
cum)
DM(1:5K) .- 3.0 sq km
Pitting Trenching:.- 125 cu
m
89

Vinod S. Barahate



196 (ITEM No.33 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/023)
RSAS,SU RAJ Integrated re-evaluation of
multisensor aerogeophysical anomalies in
Kamalpura Block situated between already
explored Banera Reserve Forest Block and
Devpura Block of the Pur-Banera Belt,
Bhilwaradistrict Rajasthan.
K. Rab Ansari
DM(1:2K) .-
2.0 sqkm
Pitting
Trenching:.-
50 cum

DM(1:2K) .- 1.90
sqkm
Pitting Trenching:.- 43.0
cum
Reconnoitery traverses &
sampling.
170

(ITEM No.34 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/024)
RSAS,SU RAJ Ground re-evaluation of
airborne geophysical anomalies by detail
geological mapping and systematic
geochemical sampling between Jaunla-Danota
Amit Kr Awasthi DM(1:2K) .-
1.0 sqkm
Pitting
Trenching:.-
50 cum
DM(1:2K) .- 1.0 sqkm
Pitting Trenching:.- 43
cum
Reconnoitery traverses &
sampling
125
26
in Agucha-Malpura-Chaksu flown belt district
Tonk, Rajasthan.


(ITEM No.35 : MIP/WR/RAJ /2009/016)
BASEMETAL-II,SU RAJ Regional assessment
of basemetal and associated gold in Dholpura
area, J aipur district,Rajasthan.
R.S. Rao LSM (1:25k)
:- 175 sq
km

LSM (1:25k) :- 175 sq km

109 Work completed
Officer with Hqr duty

(ITEM No.36 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/025)
BASEMETAL-II,SU RAJ Investigation for
basemetal in Mahawa Block, Sikar district,
Rajasthan.
Vivek Sharma Drilling :-
1200 m

Drilling :- 1190.70 m

264
Bulbul Mondal 90 (ITEM No.37 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/026)
BASEMETAL-II,SU RAJ Investigation for
basemetal in Mahawa East Block, Sikar
district, Rajasthan
P.R.Sahu(PT)
DM(1:2K) .-
0.75 sq km
(revised sq
km)

DM(1:2K) .- 0.73 sq km

52

Israil Khan 292 (ITEM No.38 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/027)
BASEMETAL-II,SU RAJ Investigation for
copper and associated precious metals in Khera
block,Mundiyawas-Khera area, Alwar
district,Rajasthan.
P.R.Sahu(PT)
DM(1:2K) .-
0.1.0 sq km
Drilling :-
1200 m
(Revised)
DM(1:2K) .- 0.55 sq km
Drilling :- 521.20 m

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(ITEM No.39 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/017)
BASEMETAL-II,SU RAJ Exploration for
basemetal and associated gold in Dantali block,
J aipur district, Rajasthan.

P.N. Sahoo Drilling :-
NIL m

Drilling :- NIL m

12

(Item kept in abeyance
in absenceof
clearance from
wildlife authorities.)
P.N.Sahoo 166

(ITEM No.40 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/028)
BASEMETAL-II,SU RAJ Investigation for
basemetal in west of Nanagwas area, Sikar
district, Rajasthan
Sourav Khan
DM(1:2K) .-
1.0 sq km
(1.25 sq km)

DM(1:2K) .- 1.25 sq km

141
M.S.Bhaise

135
S.J.Brahmha 49

Investigation for basemetal in Dariba (ITEM
No.41 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/029)
BASEMETAL-II,SU RAJ North Block, Sikar
district, Rajasthan.
Harman Mahanta
DM(1:2K) .-
1.0 sq km
(revised sq
km)

DM(1:2K) .- 3.0 sqkm

25


(ITEM No.42 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/030)
IFOM,SU RAJ Search of low silicaSMS grade
limestone in J iraj ka Toba Asu Tar area,
J aisalmer district, Rajasthan
Subhash Yadav LSM (1:10k)
:- 4 sq km
Auger
drilling :-
800 m
LSM (1:10k) :- 4 sq km
Auger drilling :- 539.15 m

171
27
S.K. Dutta 155 (ITEM No.43 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/031)
IFOM,SU RAJ Regional assessment of low
grade phosphorite occurrences of Kalinjara,
east of Sallupat, Banswara district, Rajasthan. Aneesh Kumar
S.R.
Reco
trav(1:25k).-
300 sq km
Pitting
Trenching:.-
20 (Revised
25 cu m.)
cum
Reco trav(1:25k).- 260 sq
km
Pitting Trenching:.- 30
cum 102
B.S. Jodha


198
S.Sridharan 176

(ITEM No.44 : ME/WR/CW/RAJ /2010/032)
LIGNITE,SU RAJ Search for lignite by scout
drilling in Phalki North area in the Nagaur
south sub-basin, Nagaur district, Rajasthan.
Bijoy Ashish Sen
Drilling :-
4400 m

Drilling :- 3013 .50 m

138

(ITEM No.45 : ME/WR/GUJ/2010/033) MI,SU
GUJ Investigation for copper and associated
minerals in Amlimal area, Banaskantha district,
Gujarat.
P.K. Singh Geological
mapping
(1:1000) -
0.50 sq km
Pitting
Trenching:.-
As necessary
Geological mapping
(1:1000) - 0.65 sq km
Pitting Trenching:.- 30 cu
m
106

(ITEM No.46 : ME/WR/GUJ /2010/034) MI
,SU GUJ Search for titaniferous bauxite in the
area around Ukheda, Daban, Wamoti Nani and
Khanpur, Kachchh district, Gujarat.
Anup Kumar LSM (1:25k)
:- 150 sq
km
Pitting
Trenching:.-
2 cu.m.
LSM (1:25k) :- 150 sq
km
Pitting Trenching:.- 6 cu m
165

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Mission-III (Geoinformatics)
Activity
Details
Geodata
To provide assistance and Maintenance of NGCM database (Item No. 47) :
Assistance was provided to officers of other divisions in processing of geoscientific data using available software and
other computer related jobs. NGCM database was maintained.
Scrutiny and finalization of RGB layout of 1:50 k geological maps of Western Region (Item No. 57) : Scrutiny
and finalization of RGB layout of 1:50 k geological maps of Western Region has been initiated. Creation of ArcGIS
standard colour pellets and symbol library required for RGB layout of 1:50 k geological maps of Western Region. Two
hundred thirty nine (279) print ready maps on ArcGIS layout have been created.
Map &
Cartography
Compilation and digitization of mineral belt maps (Item No. 53) : Out of the thirty mineral belts of Rajasthan
twentynine have been digitized so far and uploaded on portal. The remaining one is under digitization. In addition a
new mineral belt Limestone belt of J aisalmer has been compiled and being digitized. Digitization of mineral belt
maps of Gujarat has been initiated inhouse and Bentonite belt map of Kachchh is in the advance stage of digitization.
Upkeep and maintenance of maps, tracings, etc (Item No. 54): Work was attended as per requirement.
Scrutiny and finalization RGB layout of 1:50 k geological maps of Western Region (Item No. 55): Scrutinized and
finalized 279 (1:50K) print ready geological maps of western Region.
Compilation of geological maps on 1:25,000 scale of NDFB & SDFB (Item No. 56): Compiled nineteen geological
maps pertaining to 45K and 45G.
Publication
(i) GSI e-news Vol. 31 No. 2 uploaded on 06.04.2011
(ii) GSI e-news Vol. 32 No. 1 uploaded on 29.11.2011
(iii) GSI e-news Vol. 32 No. 2 being compiled.
(iv)Miscellaneous publication Geology and Mineral Resources of Rajasthan (Hindi Edition No. 30 Pt 12 2
nd
Revised
Hindi Edition- Released.
Portal Activity: 1050 reports of pre 2004 have been checked and uploaded.
Geoinformatics
(SU Raj
Creation of Geoscientific Database for CGDC of Degree sheet 45O (Item No. 59) : Work in progress.
Creation of Geoscientific Database for CGDC of Degree sheet 40E & 40F (Item No. 60) : Work in progress.
Geoinformatics
(SU Guj
Creation of Geoscientific Database for CGDC of Degree sheet 41B&F (ITEM No. 50): Reports have been
consulted and database has been generated
M&C and
Geodata
S.U.Guj
Extraction of data : Map 1:50k 18 nos.
Input of Thematic data : Map 1:50k 18 nos.
Layerwise graphics data input : Map 1:50k 18 nos.
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Mission-IV (Fundamental & Multidisciplinary Geoscience)


MISSION IV

V.P. Sharma 94

SurendraPrasad 68 Transferred to
Paleontology
Divn.
Maneesh Khar 12 Transferred to
E.Q.Geo. Divn.
Manoj Kr
Kaistha

As per request of thesponsoring agency
93


(ITEM No.63 : EG/WR/HQ/2010/043)
ENGINNERING GEOLOGY, WR
Geotechnical Evaluation of Water Resources
Development Projects in Rajasthan and
Gujarat.
S. Pareek (PT)

47

46
(ITEM No.64 : EG/WR/HQ/2009/028)
ENGINNERING GEOLOGY & RS, WR
Detailed Project Report (DPR) Stage
geotechnical investigation for Par-Tapi-
Narmada Link Project.
Manish Khar
(PT)
As per request of thesponsoring agency Nil No request from
Sponsoring
Agency to take
up the work
47
(ITEM No.65 : EG/WR/HQ/2010/044)
ENGINNERING GEOLOGY, WR
Geotechnical evaluation of transportation and
communication projects in Rajasthan
S. Pareek (PT) As per request of thesponsoring agency 10

R. Sanwal (PT),

35 Transferred to
GSI Chennai
J anak Raj 42 Promoted to
Director
Maneesh Khar 39
48
(ITEM No.66 : SEI/WR/HQ/2010/045)
EARTHQUAKE GEOLOGY, WR Seismic
Hazard/ microzonation of Surat town.
S.M.Rangari

37
M.Laskshamana
(PT)
90
Pushp Raj Singh
8
49
(ITEM No.67 : SEI/WR/HQ/2010/045)
GEOPHYSICS-I, WR Seismic Hazard/
microzonation of Surat town.
S.V.N.Chandrashe
khar
Geophysical
studies
HSS 100 sites
DMEQ- 100
sites
VES- 100 sites
PS Logging-
600m
Geophysical studies
HSS 41 sites
DMEQ- 37 sites
VES- 41 sites
PS Logging- Nil
62

50
(ITEM No.69 : ENV/WR/HQ/2009/034)
DESERT & ENVIRONMENT, WR
Pralay
Mukherjee (PT)

Compilation and preparation
of geomorphic and Quaternary
122
30
Geoscientific studies of calcrete occurrences in
selected fluvial and lacustrine basins in Thar
Desert of Rajasthan.
geological map: 250 sq.km
Section studies- 55.9m
.Samples collection: XRF: 48
Nos.,XRD:8 Nos. Petro. study:
46 Nos. , TL Dating: 7 Nos.
Oxygen Isotope: 28 Nos. ,
Palynological- 6.
P.C. Srivastava


99 51 (ITEM No.70 : ENV/WR/HQ/2010/047)
DESERT & ENVIRONMENT, WR Study
of arsenic and heavy metal pollution in and
around known polymetallic sulphides
mineral belts and gold prospects and
lignite belt, Dausa, Banswara, Udaipur,
Nagaur, Bikaner and Barmer districts,
Rajasthan
Pralay
Mukherjee
(PT)
Compilation of Thematic
maps:- Geological
Geomorphological, Slope
map, Land use- 850 sqkm
Soil map 610sqkmColl.. of
samples :- G.water -174,
Surface Water- 11 Soil -
159 nos. Crops 6
Nil
52 (ITEM No.72 : RP/WR/HQ/2009/033)
PALAEONTOLOGY, WR Search for
Vendian life in the Marwar Supergroup of
Rajasthan and their evolutionary,
biogeographic and paleo-environmental
significance(Modified )
S.Prasad Field work carried out in
Nagaur, J odhpur and Pali
districts. Rec. Traverse on
1:50 000 230 sq km.

55
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Science & Technology Support System (STSS)

Activity
Details
Geodata
Division
Supervision of LAN, WAN, connectivity with GSI Net and Portal and to provide Network
Administrative Services for local clients of Portal (Item No. 73) :
Maintenance of LAN/WAN, EPABX of WRO. Uploading of various types of data related to Regional
Monitoring Committee for Portal. Updated the Organogram of WR. Work related to ECS was also
carried out.

Chemical
Division
17807 samples were analyzed for 222020 determinations in Chemical Div., WR, J aipur.
Petrology
Division
Curatorial Arrangement & Laboratory supports to officers of other projects and divisions of the
region (Item No. 76) : Assistance provided to officers of various divisions / projects. Thin sections,
Thin polished sections, polished sections and rock-cuttings were prepared as per requirement.
Skeletonisation of drill cores (Item No. 81): 7818 m has been skeletonised and Lakhasar Camp out of
which 2826.53 has been preserved.. At Akwali a total of one lac eleven thousand three hundred and
fifty eight (1,11,358) meters of core has been skelitonised and forty thousand three hundred sixty sight
(40,368) meters of drill core has been preserved. No skeletonisation work is pending at Akwali.
Maintenance and upkeep of core boxes and their display at GSI Core Library at Lakhasar and Akwali
continues.
Remote Sensing
Division
Laboratory supports to officers of other projects and divisions of the region (Item No. 77) :
Assistance provided to officers of various divisions / projects.

Geotechnical
Lab
Engineering
Geology
Division

Study of engineering properties of rock and soil samples (Item No. 78) :
Rearrangement and maintenance work was attended. Determination of geotechnical properties of
samples as per requirement.
.
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Geophysics
Instrumentation
Division

Maintenance, repairing, servicing/testing and issue/review of survey instruments and accessories.


Mineral Physics
Division
ITEM No. 80: Analysis of samples made with determinations by XRD, as per requirements. No
sample is pending.

Palaeontology
Division
Collection of fossils from different geological horizons/localities of Rajasthan and Gujarat and
Laboratory support to the officers of other divisions (Item No. 82) :
M & C and
Geodata
Division (Guj.
Unit)
Maintenance of Local Area Network (LAN) and computers (Item No. 83) :
Maintenance of Local Area Network (LAN) and computers of Op. Gujarat was attended.
Chemical
Division (Op.
Guj.)
(Item No. 84) : Stream sediment samples were analyzed for Fluoride content under NGCM in
Chemical lab of Op. Gujarat at Gandhinagar. In addition water samples have been analysed.
Petrology
Division (Guj.
Unit)
Curatorial Arrangement & Laboratory Support (Item No. 85): Assistance provided to officers of
various divisions / projects. Thin sections, polished and thin polished sections were prepared


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Mission: Scientific & Technical Support System

Modernisation-
ICP-MS installed in the Chemical Laboratory GSI Western Region, J aipur in March 2009.
X-pert Pro XRD machine installed in the Mineral Physics, GSI, WR in 2005.
A gem testing Laboratory has been set up to cater to the hard pressing local needs.
One AAS Unit with GTA and VGA facility (Rs. 35 lakhs) is to be procured in the financial
year 2011-12.
One new XRF procured and installed in the Chemical Laboratory, GSI, Western Region,
J aipur.
One Mercury analyzer has been received and installed in Chemical Division, Western
Region. The instrument is operational.
Triaxial Test Machine in GT Lab to be procured in the financial year 2011-12.
Spectrometer to be procured for Remote Sensing Division, Western Region and Gujarat Unit.
New Advanced microscope to be procured for Gujarat Unit.
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4 -PLAN WORK ENVISAGED FOR FIELD SEASON 2010-12 IN GSI, WR

Proposals of GSI Western Region for Field Season 2010-12 have been drawn keeping in
mind the national priorities of social, agricultural, environmental and mineral sectors and also on
the basis of results of the investigation undertaken during the X
th
plan period and in the periods
pertaining to XIth plan. The thematic mapping programmes have been primarily drawn to resolve
some of the outstanding problems of Precambrian crustal evolution in this part of the subcontinent.
The mineral investigation projects planned are aimed at locating hidden/deep-seated mineral
deposits through integrated approach including conceptual ore deposit modelling. Environmental
and geotechnical studies of important development projects in the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat
will continue to have priority besides continuing with the geochemical mapping primarily for
delineating targets for mineral exploration. It is also proposed to continue with seismological
studies in Rajasthan and Gujarat states to demarcate earthquake prone and safe areas.
Modernization of laboratories to give more precise and subtle analysis and establishment of Local
Area Network and its conditionality in the geoinformatic system is being further pursued.
The following table shows the programmes which are already in the execution stage. The
services of the twenty six new officers who have joined Western Region after completing the 34
th

OCG have been deployed mostly in the existing programmes with increase in the overall quantum
of work. A few new programmes however have been undertaken for their deployment which are
indicated by italics.

Mission-I
SL.
No.
Short Title Personnel assigned
STM
Rajasthan
1 Geological and geochemical investigation of granitoid bodies of
Aravalli Fold belt, NW India with emphasis on their tectonic
significance
Shalini Patil, Rinki Das
Ms Athulya Rajan S.
(All PT)
2 STM of Delhi Supergroup of rocks in Thekra, Kishangarh Bas,
Baraud, Bansur areas, Alwar district, Rajasthan with special
emphasis on locating favorable areas of copper mineralization.
Meena S. Gupta,
A.K.J aiswal, S.
Rastogi, Gopal Dass.
Maneesh M.John
3 STM to evaluate the relationship between the Mangalwar
Complex and North Delhi Fold Belt around Lalsot, J aipur and
Sawai Madhopur districts, Rajasthan.
Salim J aved, Md
Mujaffer Najar.
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4 Specialized thematic mapping of porphyritic granite, alkali rich
(albite rich) granite plutons and their mafic enclaves restites of
Khetri Fold belt and North Delhi Fold Belt in Rajasthan,
Jhunjhunun district, Rajasthan
Sourav Sen,
Sandip Neogi
5 Specialised thematic mapping of the southern part of the Pur
Banera belt, Bhilwara district, Rajasthan. Specialised thematic
mapping of the southern part of the Pur Banera belt, Bhilwara
district, Rajasthan.
Bibin Das, Md Yusuf
Khanday.
6 Specialised thematic mapping of the Trans-Aravalli region, south
of Pali, Pali district, Rajasthan
K.K. Nayak,
Y.S. Bhamboo
Gujarat

7 Specialized thematic mapping and geochemical investigation in
the area of Barda Hill acidic igneous complex to decipher
emplacement style and petrogenesis of various extrusive and
intrusive rock units.
P.S. Dhote
Arindam Dutta
Rjesh Kumar Aalla
Md. Naushad

GCM:
Rajasthan
8 Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/1 & 45O/5 covering
parts of Ajmer, Tonk and Bhilwara districts, Rajasthan
Pawan Kumar (PT)
9 Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/2 & 45O/6 covering
parts of Ajmer, Tonk and Bhilwara districts, Rajasthan.
Mohini S. Sathe,
Deepmala S.
Barasagade.
10 Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/3 & 45O/7 covering
parts of Ajmer, Tonk and Bhilwara districts, Rajasthan.
Krishna Kumar,
Abhishek Verma.
11 Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/4 & 45O/8 covering
parts of Ajmer, Tonk and Bhilwara districts, Rajasthan.
Ritu Praya
Chourasia,
Mousanm Yadav
Abhisekh Verma
12 Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45O/9 &13covering parts of
Ajmer, Tonk and Bhilwara districts, Rajasthan.
Paramita Dasarwar
Jolly Roy Hiranya
13 Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/11 & 15covering parts
of Ajmer, Tonk and Bhilwara districts, Rajasthan.
Ram Ratan Singh,
Ratandeep Johri
14 Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45O/10 & 14 covering parts
of Ajmer, Tonk and Bhilwara districts, Rajasthan.
Nandita Singh
Sana Naqvi
15 To provide technical guidance for Geochemical Mapping Project
to be carried out by DMG, Govt. of Rajasthan, (under MoU
between GSI, DMG & RSMML, Govt. of Rajasthan)
geochemical mapping of toposheet 45L/1 to L/13 & L/16, 45G/6
to G/16 covering parts of Chittaurgarh Pali, Pratapgarh,
Rajsamand and Udaipur districts.
Item yet to be
initiated by Govt. of
Rajasthan.
16 Upgradation of the NGCM progress reports to interim report
status.
By author(s) of the
respective report.
Gujarat
17 Geochemical mapping of sheet No. 45D/11,12, 15& 16 P.K. Singh ,S.K.
Deepankar,
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Gurudyal Singh,
Himadri Bhushan
sahu&
Vinayak Shankar
Modi
18 Geochemical mapping of sheet No. 46F/12 & 46F/16 S.K. Gupta (PT),
Praveen Kumar,
Ishwar
Shradhajnjali
Subhadarsani &
Annie Daliya

19 To provide technical guidance for Kachchh Geochemical Mapping
Project to be carried out by GMRDS/CGM, Govt. of Gujarat,
Gandhinagar (under MoU Phase-II).
S.K. Gupta (PT),
Geomorphological Mapping
Rajasthan
20 Input to Serial No. -- of CHQ : National Mission on
Geomorphological and Lineament mapping on 1:50,000 scale using
satellite data
G. Satyanarayana,
Manoj K
Shekhawat, Shipra
Choudhary, Monika
A Tare [All PT],
Hyperspectral Mapping
Gujarat
21 Use of Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Data for the search of
mineralised provinces/ areas in Precambrian terrain of Eastern and
Northern Gujarat.
Sanjay Das (PT)
and officers from
SAC, Ahmedabad
Geophysical Mapping
Rajasthan
22 Regional geophysical gravity-magnetic survey in Sandmata
Complex and South Delhi Fold Belt.
M. Lakshmana, S.
Bangaru Babu (All
PT)
23 Regional geophysical gravity-magnetic survey in Bhilwara
Supergroup in part of Tonk and Dausa districts, Rajasthan
D.C.Naskar, Gyanesh
Lashkari, S.K.Singh
,Mahendra Singh

Mission-II
Rajasthan
Geophysics
24 Integrated geophysical investigation for copper-gold
mineralization, north of Dhani Basri prospect, Dausa and Alwar
districts, Rajasthan.
D.C. Naskar (PT),
A.V. Kulkarni (PT),
Manjeet Kumar,
Pushpraj Singh

Iron Ore
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25 Investigation for ferrous and associated metallic minerals in south
Rajasthan.
Srikrishna Yadav.
H.C. Sahu
Precious Minerals
26 Investigation for gold and associated basemetal mineralization in
J agpura Block, Banswara district, Rajasthan.
Sanjay Singh
Jayesh Chourasia
27 Investigation for gold and copper mineralization in Gundelapara
NW Block, Banswara district, Rajasthan
Amit Srivastava
28 Compilation of exploration data of Bhukia gold prospect to
publish in the form of a Bulletin on Economic Geology, Series
A.
R.L. J at
Basemetals
29 Investigation for basemetals in Karoi-Rajpura area, Pur-Banera
Belt, Bhilwara district, Rajasthan
L.M.S. Maura
Pradip Kumar Bharti
30 Investigation for basemetal mineralization in the northern part of
the Salampura block, Pur-Banera belt, Bhilwara district,
Rajasthan
B.R. Bejarnia
Gyaneshwar Singh

31 Investigation for polymetallic mineralization associated with
possibly an IOCG type deposit, district Pali, Rajasthan
D.B. J ena
U.K.Das
32 Ground re-evaluation of airborne geophysical anomalies by
integrated geological and geochemical surveys between
Rampuriya and Gadariyakhera village, Bhilwara District,
Rajasthan
J .U Rao,
A.N. Kamble

33 Ground re-evaluation of airborne geophysical anomalies by
detail geological mapping and systematic geochemical
sampling between J aunla- Danota in Agucha-Malpura-
Chaksu flown belt district Tonk, Rajasthan
R.S. Rao

34 Investigation for basemetal in Mahawa Block, Sikar district,
Rajasthan.
Israil Khan (PT)
35 Investigation for basemetal in Mahawa East Block, Sikar district,
Rajasthan
Israil Khan (PT)
36 Investigation for copper and associated precious metals in Khera
block, Mundiyawas-Khera area, Alwar district, Rajasthan
Vivek Sharma
37 Exploration for basemetal and associated gold in Dantali block,
J aipur district, Rajasthan. ITEM IN ABYENCE.
P.N. Sahoo
38 Integrated re-evaluation of multisensor aerogeophysical
anomalies in Kamalpura Block situated between already
explored Banera Reserve Forest Block and Devpura Block of the
Pur-Banera Belt, Bhilwara district Rajasthan.
Vinod S. Barahate,
K. Rab Ansari
39 Ground re-evaluation of airborne geophysical anomalies by
detail geological mapping and systematic geochemical sampling
between J aunla-Danota in Agucha-Malpura-Chaksu flown belt
district Tonk, Rajasthan.
Amit Kr Awasthi
40 Investigation for basemetal in west of Nanagwas area, Sikar
district, Rajasthan
P.N.Sahoo, Sourav
Khan
41 Investigation for basemetal in Dariba North Block, Sikar district,
Rajasthan
M.S.Bhaise,
P.N.Sahoo (PT)
40
42 Search of low silica SMS grade limestone in J iraj ka Toba -
AsuTar area, J aisalmer district, Rajasthan
Subhash Yadav
43 Regional assessment of low grade phosphorite occurrences of
Kalinjara, east of Sallupat, Banswara district, Rajasthan
S.K. Dutta
Aneesh Kumar S.R.
44 Search for lignite by scout drilling in Phalki North area in the
Nagaur south sub-basin, Nagaur district, Rajasthan.
B.S. J odha,
S. Sridharan,
Bijoy A. Sen
Gujarat
45 Investigation for copper and associated minerals in Amlimal area,
Banaskantha district, Gujarat
P.K. Singh
46 Search for titaniferous bauxite in the area around Ukheda, Daban,
Wamoti Nani and Khanpur, Kachchh district, Gujarat
Anup Kumar

Mission-III
Rajasthan
47 Geodata Division: To provide assistance to officers of other
divisions in processing of geoscientific data using available
application software and other computer related jobs.
Maintenance of NGCM database.
V.K. Chittora, S.K.
Kulshrestha, S.
Banerjee (All PT)
48 M&C Division: Digitization of mineral belt maps A.K. Shali (PT)
49 M&C Division: Upkeep and maintenance of maps and
tracings; procurement and issue/receipt of toposheets and
geological maps; providing services to other divisions.
B.L. Meena
50 M&C Division: Scrutiny and finalization RGB layout of 1:50 k
geological maps of Western Region.

A.K. Shali (All PT)
from M&C Division +
V.K. Chittora, S.K.
Kulshrestha, S.
Banerjee (All PT)
from Geodata
Division
51 M&C Division: Compilation of geological maps on 1:25,000
scale of North Delhi Fold belt and South Delhi Fold belt.
A.K. Shali (PT)

52 Publication Division: Publication of records, Miscellaneous
Publication, GSI News, Soft Copy coversion and uploading of
reports, metadata, RTI activities
Archana Sharma, R.K.
Agrawal,
53 Geoinformatics, Op. Rajasthan: Creation of Geoscientific
database for Central Geoscientific Data Centre (CGDC) of
Degree sheet 45O
R.D. Mehrotra +
Manoj K. Shekhawat
(PT) from RS Div. +
Pralay Mukherjee
(PT) from Desert &
Environment Geology
41
Div.
54 Geoinformatics, Op. Rajasthan Creation of Geoscientific
Database for Central Geoscientific Data Centre (CGDC) of
Degree sheets 40E and 40F, J aisalmer districts, Rajasthan.
Gyan Chand (PT) +
G. Satyanarayana
( PT) from RS Div.
Gujarat
55 Creation of Geoscientific database for Central Geoscientific Data
Centre (CGDC) of Degree sheets 41B & F, Kachchh, and
Jamnagar districts, Gujarat
A. Dey,
(All PT)

56 Maintenance of maps, toposheets, drawings and supervision of
tracing work of the officers
A. Dey (PT)

57 Maintenance of Local Area Network (LAN) A. Dey (PT)

Mission IV
Rajasthan
58 Engineering Geology Division: Geotechnical Evaluation of
Water Resources Development Projects in Rajasthan and
Gujarat
V.P. Sharma, Manoj Kr
Kaistha (All PT)
Engineering Geology Division: Detailed Project Report
(DPR) Stage geotechnical investigation for Par-Tapi-
Narmada Link Project
V.P. Sharma, Manoj
Kr Kaistha (All PT) +
G. Satyanarayana from
RS Division (PT)
59 Engineering Geology Division: Geotechnical evaluation of
transportation and communication projects in Rajasthan
S. Pareek (PT)

60 Engineering Geology Division: Laboratory support- Study
of engineering properties of rock and soil samples
Manoj Kr Kaistha (PT)
61 Earthquake Geology Division: Seismic Hazard/
microzonation of Surat town
Manish Khar (PT),
M.Laskshmana (PT)
(from Geophysics Div.-
I)
62 Earthquake Geology Division: Routine macroseismic
survey of earthquake
Manish Khar(PT)
63 Desert and Environment Geology Division: Geoscientific
studies of calcrete occurrences in selected fluvial and
lacustrine basins in Thar Desert of Rajasthan
Pralay Mukherjee (PT)

64 Desert and Environment Geology Division: P.C. Srivastava, Pralay
Mukherjee (All PT)
65 Petrology Division: Gem Testing & Certification of
gemstones
Shalini Patil, Rinki
Das, Atulya Rajan, S.
(All PT)
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66 Palaeontology Division: Search for Vendian metazoan
forms and palaeoecological studies in Jodhpur sandstones of
Marwar Supergroup of Western Rajasthan (recommended by
IGCP-493).
Item could not be taken
up due to transfer of the
officer. However a new
item on similar line has
been taken up by
induction of a new
officer in the Division.

STSS
Rajasthan
67 Geodata Division: Service Item : Local Area Network
(LAN), Wide Area Network (WAN)
S.K. Kulshrestha, Subhash
Banerjee (All PT)
68 Chemical Division: Service Item: Chemical analysis of bed
rock, core, soil, stream sediment and water samples by
instrumental and conventional chemical methods.
Rajendra Kumar (PT),
M.P. Ashok (PT),Satya
Veer
Singh,(PT),D.K.Varshney,
Dr. C. D. Mishra,
Ben.Noble Singh,
Satya Veer Singh (PT),
P.D.Bairwa,
(PT),V.B.Walunj,
R.K.Gupta, O.P.Meena
(PT),Rakesh Sharma,
P.Trivedi (PT),
M.S.Panwar
(PT),R.P.Sharma,
Rafi Ahmed,J .L.Meena,
Servesh Kumar
69 Chemical Division: Geochemical Mapping Programme R.K.Gupta
(PT),O.P.Meena
(PT),Rakesh Sharma (PT)
P.Trivedi
(PT),D.K.Varshney
(PT),C. D Mishra
(PT),Satya Veer Singh
(PT),,P.Trivedi (PT),
Rajendra Kumar
(PT),Servesh Kumar
(PT),
M.P. Ashok (PT)
B.Ben Noble Singh (PT)
P.D.Bairwa
(PT),V.B.Walunj (PT)
70 Petrology Division: Laboratory support Shalini Patil, Rinki Das,
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Atulya Rajan, S. (All PT)
71 RS Division: Laboratory support G. Satyanarayana (PT)
72 Engineering Geology Division: Laboratory support- Study
of engineering properties of rock and soil samples
V.P.Sharma, Manoj Kr
Kaistha (All PT)
73 Geophysics Instrumentation Division: Maintenance,
repairs, calibration and testing of different types of
geophysical survey instruments
H.P.Meena , P.C.Bairwa
74 Mineral Physics Division: Laboratory support -
Identification and determination of mineral phases in
geological samples by XRD.
Rajesh S. Wasnik,
Lovelesh K Soni (All
PT).
75 Petrology Division: Skeletonisation of drill cores Shalini Patil (PT), A.R.
Khaparde (STA).
76 Palaeontology Division : Collection of fossils from
different geological horizons/localities of Rajasthan
and Gujarat for fossil repository.
S.Prasad
Gujarat
77 Maintenance of Local Area Network (LAN) A. Dey (PT)
78 Chemical analysis of samples Ganesh Bhuyan, H.B.
Waghela
79 Laboratory support to officers J . Prasad (PT)

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5- Financial Performance under current Plan, State-wise and Year-wise

See Annexure 3A, 3B and 3C.

6. FSP Work :

FS
2007-
2008
FS 2008-
2009
FS
2009-
2010
FS 2010-
2012
No. of Items MISSION-I A
10 10 12 21 (18 field
items +2
MOU-based
GCM +1
GCM Report
upgradation)
MISSION-I B
1 Item
MISSION-IIA
20 17 23 22 (21 under
execution)
MISSION-II B
1
MISSION-III
8 11 14 8
MISSION-IV
19 10 9 7 items under
execution
MISSION-I
10 10 12 24
MISSION-II
20 17 23 22
MISSION-III
8 11 14 7
No. of
Parties
MISSION-IV
19 10 9 8
MISSION-IA
1381
MISSION-IB
1331 1185
22
MISSION-II
1466 +
Drilling
1294 +
Drilling
1181+
Drilling

MISSION-III -- - -
No. of Field
Day
(av.)
MISSION-IV 660 562 310



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7. Laboratory Infrastructure, Items, Output Actual vs. Norm, AMC, Budget, etc.
Infrastructure
o Petrology- Microscopes, Section cutter, Gem testing Unit.
o Paleontology - Microscope, Maceration unit.
o Geodata Computers, A
0
- Scanner cum Combo unit 42 in. Plotter, A
3
Laser Printer, A
4
-
Printers & Scanners. LAN & switch unit
o Geotechnical - Particle size analyzer, Sieve shaker, Core cutting machine, Direct Shear machine,
Portable Hammer for UCS, Triaxial Test Machine.
o Chemical XRF, ICP- MS, AAS, Mercury Analyzer
o Geophysics Instrumentation DDR Resistivity meter, Analog and Digital MEQ units, ENVI
geophysical system,MF-2 Fluxgate Magnetometer, SP/Resistivity Potentiometer, FS-3
Hammer Seismograph,
o Mineral Physics Xpert Pro XRD machine.

AMC
AMC given for instruments in Chemical Division, Mineral Physics Division, Computers.

Budget Requirement

a. RE for the FY 2011-12 has been submitted.
b. Budget for XIIth Five Year Plan has been submitted.
c. Expenditure statement and RCA statement regularly updated and uploaded in portal.

8 Geoinformatics-

Brief on the activities/ development
Uploading of Portal worthy seamless maps of the Region.
Maintenance of Local Area Network (LAN), Wide Area Network (WAN), its connectivity
with GSI Net and Portal, to provide Network Administrative Services for local clients of
Portal.
To provide assistance to officers of other divisions in processing of geoscientific data.
Creation of Geoscientific Database for Central Geoscientific Data Centre (CGDC) of Degree
sheet 45O, Ajmer, Bhilwara, Bundi, Kota, Chittaurgarh and Tonk districts, Rajasthan and
Mandsaur district,MP.
Creation of Geoscientific Database for Central Geoscientific Data Centre (CGDC) of Degree
sheet 40E and 40F, J aisalmer district, Rajasthan.
Creation of Geoscientific Database for Central Geoscientific Data Centre (CGDC) of Degree
sheets 41B & F, Kachchh and J amnagar districts, Gujarat.

Uploading of post 2004 reports: Uploading of post 2004 reports has been completed. 399 reports
have been uploaded till date, no report pending.

Uploading of metadata of reports: Out of 4499 record of Metadata, 1688 records are of
sponsored projects and reports of other regions and departments. Such reports have not been
uploaded but only being recorded. Uploading of metadata has been completedMetadata of all
reports have been created and uploaded. No reports pending for creation of metadata. Metadata of
4502 reports have been uploaded since inception.
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Uploading of Pre 2004 reports: 1050 reports have been uploaded. Total Reports keyed: 2420.

Legacy FSP and their related Extended Abstracts: Uploaded FSP items and Extended Abstract
from F.S. 1987-88 to 2008-09.

Status of Publication

Records of GSI Vol.143 Part 7: Extended abstracts of unpublished reports for the F.S.2008- 09.
Printed off and released in September, 2010.

Records of GSI Vol.144 Part 7: Extended abstracts of unpublished reports for the F.S.2009- 10 .
Released during 50
th
CGPB Meeting in February 2012.

GSI News Vol.30 No.2 (July-December, 2010): Released and uploaded on the portal.
GSI e- News Vol. 31 No. 1 (Jan June, 2010) : Uploaded in GSI Portal on 06-10-2110.
GSI e- News Vol. 31 No. 2 (July Dec, 2010) : Uploaded in GSI Portal on 07-04-2011.
GSI e- News Vol. 32 No. 1 (Jan. to June 2011): Uploaded in GSI Portal on 29-11-2011

Misc. Pub. 30 pt.12 Geology and Mineral Resources of Rajasthan (3rd revised English edition)
The publication has been released during the 49
th
CGPB Meeting in August, 2011.

Hindi edition of the 2
nd
of Misc.30 pt.12 Geology and Mineral Resources of Rajasthan :
Released during 50
th
CGPB Meeting in February 2012.

Library services: As part of dissemination of data services, three in-house periodicals are brought
out very month:-
a) Selected abstracts of recent publications.
b) Selected contents of new books and journals received every month.
c) Current Awareness Service containing earth science news collected from various English and
Hindi dailies received every month.
d.) All GSI Publications brought out by WR has been distributed to officers within and outside the
region. No Publication is pending for distribution.
e) Reports on sale are keyed and edited from time to time as desired by TCS Division and other
agencies.














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Miscellaneous Publications released from GSI, WR

Sl.
No.
Misc.Pub. No. Part
No.
Title Year Price
1. Misc. Pub. No. 30,
Pt. 12
Geology and Mineral Resources
of Rajasthan.
2001
(reprinted,
2007)
Old Price:
Rs. 190.00
13.00, $ 18.50.
New price:
Rs. 220.00
7.00, $ 14.00,
Euro 10.00.
2. Misc. Pub. No. 30,
Pt. 14
Geology and Mineral Resources
of Gujarat, Daman & Diu
2001 Rs. 120.00
4.00, $ 7.00.
3. Misc. Pub. No. 44 Stromatolites characteristics and
utility paper presented in the
workshop on stromatolites held in
J anuary 9-12, 1978 at Udaipur,
Rajasthan.
1980 Rs. 75.00
8.75, $ 26.00.
4. Misc. Pub. No 55 An album of geological responses
from basemetal belts of Rajasthan
and Gujarat. Compiled by A.G.B.
Reddy, I.C. Madhusudan,
B.Sarkar and J .K. Sharma.
1982 Rs. 25.00
2.90, $ 9.00.
5. Misc. Pub. No. 65 Potash In India, Compiled by
Virendra Kumar and P.C.
Bakliwal.
2005 Rs. 174.00
5.5, $ 8.27.
6. Misc Pu. 30 Pt 12
3
rd

Edition(Revised)
Geology and Mineral Resources
of Rajasthan
2011 Rs 265
7. Misc Pub.No. 30
Pt 12 2
nd

Revised Hindi
Edition
Geology and Mineral Resources
of Rajasthan (Hindi Edition)
2012



9. Training/ Capacity Building Activities in the Region-
See Annexure 10



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10. Scientific workshops/ Meetings/ Seminars/ Symposium, Exhibitions etc.,
organized / to be organized/ participated. Highlights of the contributions made.

EXHIBITIONS During CGPB MEETINGS
Exhibition during 44
th
CGPB Meeting14
th

February 2009
Display of Mineral Belt Map, DRM, QGM,
GCM sheet, field photographs, latest reports,
publications and selected rock samples.
Exhibition during 45
th
CGPB Meeting 11
th
&12th
September, 2009
Display of Mineral Belt Map, DRM, QGM,
GCM sheet, field photographs, latest reports,
publications and selected rock samples.
Exhibition during 46
th
CGPB Meeting 11
th
& 12
th

February, 2010
Theme Mission-I. Display of Highlights of
work under STM & GCM along with
photographs, latest reports, publications and
selected rock samples.
Exhibition during 47
th
CGPB Meeting 25
th
& 26
th

August, 2010
Theme Mission-II. Display of Highlights of
work in exploration along with photographs,
latest reports, publications and selected rock
samples.
Exhibition during 49
th
CGPB Meeting 24
th
& 25
th

August, 2011
Theme Geophysical Activity. Highlights of
geophysical work under various Missions were
displayed and demonstrated through
photographs, latest reports, publications and
field instruments. A brochure entitled
Geophysical Activity in Western Region was
also circulated to CGPB Committee members. .
Exhibition during 50
th
CGPB Meeting 2
nd
& 3
rd

February, 2012.

Theme Gem, Gemstone, Precious Metals &
REE Minerals. Highlights of the activity of the
Region on the theme have been displayed and
demonstrated through photographs and charts.
A few type samples from the ongoing
exploration areas pertaining to the theme have
also been displayed for examination by the
participants.

CGPB COMMITTEE III (Non Ferrous & Strategic Minerals)
First meeting held on the 9th & 10th J uly, 2009 Introduction to the reorganized committee.
Emphasis on Feasibility studies, data sharing
and collaboration
Second meeting held on 22nd December 2009 Discussions, Initiation of preparation of Base
Document., Decision to emphasize on tungsten
exploration
Third meeting held on 26
th
J uly, 2010 Discussions, suggestions given for preparation
of materials needed for preparation of Base
Document., discussion and presentation on
tungsten exploration
Fourth meeting held on 20
th
December, 2010 Stresses the need to prepare base document for
planning exploration strategy.
Fifth meeting held on 8
th
J uly, 2011. Discussions, suggestions collected from
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participating organizations for incorporation in
the Base Document before finalisation. The
Base Document finalized and uploaded in
Portal in August, 2011. The document is being
sent to external reviewer already identified for
peer reviewing.
Sixth meeting held on 20
th
December, 2011 Peer reviewing of the Base Document has been
done. The document has been uploaded in the
portal after attending to the comments/
suggestions made by the Peer reviewer.
Discussion was held on the work being done by
different member organization. The members
were requested again to send data of the work
for incorporation and updation of the Base
Document.
SGPB MEETINGS - Rajasthan
41st Meeting held on 31-5-2007
42nd Meeting held on 12-5-2008
43rd Meeting held on 20-7-2009
44
th
Meeting held 19.01.2010

Development of Human Resource Offered
training at GSITI. Thrust areas recommended
lignite, basemetals, noble metals and limestone.
45
th
Meeting was held on 31.01.2011. Work done by GSI in the State presented.
Requested to send proposal of state to GSI early
for consideration during the next FSP
finalization.
46
th
Meeting was held on 30.01.2012. Summary of the work done by both GSI and
DGM was presented. Discussion was held
regarding the collaborative work on
Geochemical Mapping. DGM was requested to
send proposals for collaborative work for
consideration during the ensuing field season
(FS 2012-13).
SGPB MEETINGS - Gujarat
51st Meeting held on 20-9-2008
52
nd
Meeting held on 15-9-2009
53
rd
Meeting held on 27.10.2010

Analysis of samples of KGCMP by private
parties. GSI and GMRDS to identify private
laboratories and GSI to counter check the
quality of analysis of samples.
TERM REVIEW MEETINGS
Term Review of 2010-12 of Western Region. The First Phase of Term Review Meeting was
held between 18 - 20
th
May, 2011. Reviewed
the work of all the items (under Missions I -
IV) undertaken by Western Region during the
Field Season 2010 2012 and
recommendations made.
The Second Phase of Term Review Meeting
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was held between 21
st
23
rd
February, 2012.
All the items (under Missions I IV) were
critically reviewed in presence of two External
Experts and recommendations made for
incorporation during the finalization of reports.
Stage Review Meeting of Rajasthan Unit First Stage Review meeting was held on 19
th

J anuary 2011.
The Second Stage Review Meeting held on 29
th

& 30
th
November, 2011.
Stage Review Meeting of Gujarat Unit First Stage Review meeting was held on
22.01.2011.
The Second Stage Review Meeting held on 23
rd

November, 2011.
RAC MEETINGS
114th R.A.C. Held on 22 & 23rd September 2008
115th R.A.C. Held on 18th December 2009.
116th R.A.C. Held on 14th J une 2010. Review of MTR presentations
117th R.A.C. Held on 24th September 2010. Review of work in F.S. 2009-10, pending
NGCM samples, Pending reports, budget,
vehicles requirement and disposal, purchase in
ME and IT heads, uploading of reports, etc.
Discussion on holding a seminar on Fertilizer
minerals nodal officer identified (Dr. A.K.
Grover & Sh. I.R. Kirmani)
XI_WR_RAC_15 held on 22
nd
December, 2010 Review of work in F.S. 2010-12, pending
NGCM samples, Pending reports, budget,
pendency of RCA, Field departures and
monitoring of field items, UNFC conversion of
reports, implementation of RCA & Leave
modules, case histories in portal, vehicles
requirement and disposal, purchase in ME and
IT heads, uploading of reports, keying of
reports, publication of Extended Abstract and
Miscellaneous Publication 30, etc.
XI_WR_RAC_16 held on 29
th
March, 2011 Review of work in F.S. 2010-12, pending
NGCM and other samples, budget, pendency of
RCA, UNFC conversion of reports,
implementation of RCA & Leave modules, case
histories in portal etc.
XI_WR_RAC_17 held on 24
th
J une, 2011 Review of work done so far on various items
undertaken during in F.S. 2010-12 in general
and during the quarter in particular; status of
pending NGCM and other samples, budget,
pendency of RCA, implementation of RCA &
Leave modules, case histories in portal etc.
XI_WR_RAC_18 held on 18th October, 2011 Work done so far on various items undertaken
during in F.S. 2010-12 was reviewed to provide
required guidance and logistics to enable to
logically conclude the objectives associated
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with each programme within specified time
schedule. In addition status of pending NGCM
and other sample analysis, budget, pendency of
RCA, implementation of RCA & Leave
modules, case histories in portal etc. were also
discussed.
XI_WR_RAC_19 held on 8
th
February, 2012 Work done so far on various items undertaken
during in F.S. 2010-12 was reviewed and
necessary guidance provided so as to complete
the work within stipulated time schedule with
best possible result. In addition status of
pending NGCM and other sample analysis,
budget, pendency of RCA, implementation of
RCA & Leave modules, case histories in portal
etc. have also been discussed.
OAC Date
40
th
OAC of Rajasthan Unit 29.07.10
41
st
OAC of Rajasthan Unit 09.11.10
XI_OAC_RAJ_16 of Rajasthan Unit 28.02.11
XI_OAC_RAJ_17 of Rajasthan Unit 10.06.11
XI_OAC_RAJ_18 of Rajasthan Unit 28.09.11
XI_OAC_RAJ_19 of Rajasthan Unit 25.01.12
8
th
OAC of Gujarat 12.08.10
XI_GUJ _OAC_15 04.12.10
XI_GUJ _OAC_16 15.03.11
XI_GUJ _OAC_17 13.06.11
XI_GUJ _OAC_18 20.09.11
XI_GUJ _OAC_19 03.01.12

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Panel of Experts for Stage Review of Rajasthan Unit

S.
No.

Name & Designation Address Telephone/fax/email
1 A.K Vaish,
Additional Director (Geology),
Directorate of Mines & Geology,
Govt. of Rajasthan
Khanij Bhawan,
Shastri Circle, Udaipur
Ph : 0294-2413417/
adgeology@dmg-raj.org
2 N.M. Pitliya,
Additional Director(Geo.),
J aipur Zone,
Directorate of Mines & Geology,
Govt. of Rajasthan
Khanij Bhawan,
Udhyog Bhawan. Tilak Marg,
J aipur
Ph : 0141-2227234
adgeologyjaipur@dmg-
raj.org
3 Prof. M.K. Pandit,
Professor,
Department of Geology, University
of Rajasthan
Rajasthan University, Jaipur
Resi: 86, New Raja Park, Jaipur
Ph : 0141-2608608
pandit-mk@uniraj.ernet.in
Attended Stage Review
Meeting held on
19.01.2011.
4 Shri L. K. Nanda,
Regional Director,
Atomic Minerals Directorate for
Exploration and Research
J aipur
AMD Complex, Sector-5
Extension, Pratap Nagar,
Sanganer, J aipur - 303906
Ph : 0141-2793598
Fax : 0141-2791126
e-mail : rdwr.amd@gov.in
Attended Stage Review
Meeting held on
19.01.2011.
5 Shri O.P.Yadav,
Dy. Regional Director,
Atomic Minerals,
Directorate for
Exploration and Research,
J aipur
AMD Complex, Sector-5
Extension, Pratap Nagar,
Sanganer, J aipur - 303906
Ph : 0141-2793598
Fax : 0141-2791126
e-mail : rdwr.amd@gov.in
6 Dr R. Bhardwaj,
AGM (Exploration),
Hindustan Copper Limited.
Khetri Nagar,
Khetri, Rajasthan
Khetrinagar,
Dist. : J hunjhunu
Rajasthan: 333504

Tel. : +91 (0) 1593
220002,
Fax No. : 01593 220002
hcl_kcc@hindustancopper.
com















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Panel of Experts for Stage Review of Gujarat Unit


Sr. No. Name of the
Geoscientist
Designation Name of organization
1 Prof. R.V. Karanth Prof. Emeritus IIT Bombay based at Vadodara
2 Dr. R. C. J ain Regional Director Central Ground Water Board Ahmedabad
3 Shri T. K. Saha Chief Geologist Rachna Global Excavation Limited
Ahmedabad.
Attended Stage Review Meeting held on
22.01.2011.
4 Dr. R. S. Rajawat Scientist SG Head of Geosciences application Division,
Space application Centre, ISRO, Ahmedabad.
Attended Stage Review Meeting held on
22.01.2011.
5 Shri A.M. Gautam Director GMRDS, Govt. Of Gujarat, Gandhinagar.
6 Dr. R. D. Shah Prof.& Head of
Geology Deptt.
M. G. Science Institute, University of Gujarat,
Ahmedabad.
7 Shri D. U. Vyas General Manager,
Geology& Tech.
Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation,
Govt. of Gujarat, Ahmedabad
8 Dr. R. S. Rastogi Director Institute of Seismological Research, Govt. of
Gujarat, Gandhinagar.
9 Dr. Ashish Sarkar Professor Pandit Dindayal Upadhayaya Petroleum
University, Gandhinagar.


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GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA
WESTERN REGION, JAIPUR

MINUTES OF THE XI__WR__RAC_19
HELD ON 8
th
FEBRUARY, 2012 AT JAIPUR

The Regional Advisory Council Meeting XI__WR__RAC__19 of Geological Survey of India,
Western Region was held on 8
th
February, 2012, under the Chairmanship of Shri K.Parida, Deputy
Director General and HOD, GSI, Western Region. Dr. S.K.Wadhawan, Deputy Director General, State
Unit Rajasthan and Dr. Indra Prakash, Deputy Director General, State Unit Gujarat were also present in the
meeting.
XI_WR_RAC _19. 1.0
Dr S.K.Chakraborty, DIC RMH Mission I & Director T.C.D-I initiated the proceedings by
welcoming all the members. He requested the Chairman to make the opening remarks.
XI_WR_RAC _19. 1.1
Opening Remarks of Chairman
The Chairman Shri K.Parida, greeted all the Members and complimented all for the good efforts
being made in all spheres of work including field, laboratory and administration activities, which
has earned an overall appreciation for the Western Region. He stated that all of us should be proud
of the achievements and should strive hard to keep it up.
Dr S.K.Wadhawan, appreciated the collaborative and proactive efforts of all and conveyed that this
was also acknowledged in the CGPB. He added that the gaps need to be filled for further more
successful achievements. He informed that GSI is going to bid for the International Geological
Congress scheduled to be held in the year 2020, and some areas/sections under the Western Region
should form a part of the itinerary, for which the Region has to start gearing up from now.
Dr Indra Prakash expressed his gratitude to the HOD for all cooperation and help and praised all
officers of SU Gujarat for their good work.
XI_WR_RAC _19. 1.2
Director TCD-I mentioned that as per the routine practice the action taken on the minutes of the
last meeting will be discussed first followed by review of the work carried out. Since the OAC
Meetings of State Units of Rajasthan and Gujarat were held recently, only the highlights of some
significant items may be presented by the Supervisory officers.
XI_WR_RAC _19. 2.0 Action taken on the Minutes of the XI_WR_RAC _18 Meeting
XI_WR_RAC _16. 3.0: Status and Quality of Reports:
Shri Z.Iqbal Director and Regional Quality Manager informed that a meeting of the regional core
group on quality management was held on 06-02-12 and it has been decided that an expert group at
regional level can be set up for preliminary assessment of quality of the reports. Director TCD-I
commented that in view of MoMs opinion that the shortcomings in the report would be taken as
poor performance of the Supervisory Officer also, therefore sincere care and involvement is
needed at the supervisory level. He also conveyed that henceforth all the reports generated will be
sent for external peer review. Dr Wadhawan mentioned that the reports have to be submitted,
scrutinized and finalized between the period April to June, which can be accomplished in time only
through joint efforts from all the concerned officers and should be monitored with strict timelines.
The availability of the chemical analyses in time should be ensured, if required, through adequate
outsourcing of the analytical job. He further opined that In view of the proposed cent percent
external peer review, initially only two or three copies of the report should be prepared and the
required number of copies can be reprographed after attending to the modifications suggested by
the peer reviewers.
[Action: PSS, Quality Manager]
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XI_WR_RAC _16. 4.1:Progress of work:
Shri P.K.Nanda, Director (Finance) presented the details of the Tribal Welfare Fund and
informed that a balance of Rs 5.5 lacs is left to be spent by March 2012. It was decided that the
AP&M Division should take instant steps for this and repeat order for core boxes should be
placed.
[Action: DCOS]
XI_WR_RAC _18. 3.1: Progress of work Mission-I:-
Dr G Malhotra informed that the training of officers of the DMGR on geochemical mapping has
been conducted. Dr Wadhawan gladly announced that the DMG Rajasthan has highly praised the
level of the training for which the RTI and FTC deserve a special appreciation.
XI_WR_RAC _18. 3.2 : Progress of work Mission-II:-
i)Shri M.K.Reddy informed that 844 samples of Proj: Gold have been sent for analysis to the Hutti
Gold Mines Ltd. Dr Wadhawan pointed out that the samples from Proj: Gold need not be analysed
in the regional laboratory.
[Action: Chemical Division]
ii) The difficulties in drilling operations under the Proj Lignite were discussed and Director Drilling
reported that despite best efforts during the current Field Season, spill over of drilling target in the
next FSP can not be avoided. Chairman ruled that only 1000m of spill over drilling should be
reflected in the next FSP.
[Action: PSS Division]
XI_WR_RAC _18. 3.4 : Publication of compilation on Gold:-
The house was informed that document is under scrutiny with the external reviewer and is expected
back by end of February. It was decided that the modifications suggested should be attended within
March and with an expected time of two months for processing and printing, the publication should
be printed by end of J une.
[Action: Proj: Gold; Publication Division]
XI_WR_RAC _18. 4.1 : Finance:-
Shri P.K.Nanda informed that all efforts were made throughout to meet the expenditure targets. He
requested all indenting units to send the bills to AP&M Division at the earliest. Delay in this regard
will result in difficulty in achieving the expenditure targets, since the procurement process is
considered to be complete only after the money has been reconciled.
[Action: All Divisions]
XI_WR_RAC_19. 3.0 Review of work during the period October to December 2011.
State Unit Gujarat
XI_WR_RAC_19. 3.1.
i) Shri P.V.Ramanamurthy, Director presented the highlights of the STM in Barda Hills acid
igneous complex area. He reported that isotope study is yet to be taken up by CHQ.
S.K.Chakraborty, DIC Mission I mentioned that the purpose of isotope study should be clear so
that field officers can collect samples accordingly spelt out after consultation with the field
officers. Dr Wadhawan suggested that the scientists of the PRL, Ahmedabad may also be
consulted for help in this matter. Dr Indra Prakash announced that a model is being developed for
the area and will be ready by the forthcoming Term Review Meeting. Dr Wadhawan opined that
REE analysis should also be done in order to arrive know their REE potential.
[Action: Director, STM, SU Gujarat]
ii) Shri K.S.Gupta, Director informed that three parties of two officers each are carrying out the
GCM item No. 15. He mentioned that only one Schintillometer is available. The house suggested
that GM Counters may be used till additional schintillometers are procured. He stated that the item
on basemetal in Amlimal is over with completion of survey work through outsourcing. He further
mentioned that the Bauxite investigation in Kachchh is almost complete. The bauxite is not a
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paleobauxite. The reported ash beds need to be verified.

iii)Shri A.K.Saxena, Director informed that the collaborative item of Kachchh Geochemical
Mapping Programme will be over by 2012. He conveyed that the Hyperspectral Mapping during
2012-13 has not been proposed due to non availability of technically suitable manpower as well as
the hyperion data. Dr S.K.Wadhawan emphasized that the MoMs directive is to involve the states
as far as possible and therefore continuance of the collaborative GCM item should be attempted by
further convincing the CGM Gujarat.
[Action: SU Gujarat]
Dr S.K.Wadhawan mentioned that Marine work related items are also to be taken up in
Gujarat. Shri P.N.Sharma replied that proper item of coastal study can be taken up in FS2013-14.
Dr Indra Prakash added that an item on beach sand has been proposed for FS 2012-13, however
programmes of coastal and marine study can be taken up only after trained manpower is available
in the region.
XI_WR_RAC_19. 3.2. : Western Region Headquarters
Shri S.K.Shrivastava, Director listed out the figures of internal revenue generation during the
review period. He informed that five reports to be given to MECL are ready. Dr S.K.Wadhawan
enquired about progress in pricing of the reports and desired that pricing of reports should be done
on regular basis. He stated that even if the reports will be given free of cost to MECL, their
pricing should be done and mentioned while handing them over. It was decided that at least ten
reports should be priced before the Term Review Meeting.
[Action: TCS Division]

Shri K.M.Reddy, Director informed about progress of work in the M&C Division and stated that
digitization of Mineral Melt maps is complete and out of 30 MBMs 29 have been uploaded, while
the remaining map of Palana Lignite Belt is also ready for uploading. Mineral belt map of
Limestone of J aisalmer district Rajasthan and Bentonite belt map of Kachchh district, Gujarat,
have also been compiled and are being digitized. Eighteen maps of North Delhi Belt have been
compiled. RGB layout of 1:50K is under progress.

Shri S.C.Chakraborty Director Geodata Division stated that scrutiny, finalisation and creation of
60. nos RGB layouts of 1:50K maps have been carried out. PDF conversion of 201 RGB layouts
has been done and forwarded to CHQ. Dr S.K.Wadhawan mentioned that accurate calculation of
the OGP area is to be done commodity wise or area wise. It was also decided that the soft copy of
the digitized version of the 1:2 m Geomorphological Map may be obtained from SRO.
[Action : Geodata Division]

Shri K.S.Raghav, Senior Geologist presented the highlights of work in the Publication Division,
including the status of various publications and progress under soft copy conversion of reports.

Shri K.M.Reddy, Director presented the findings of the STM item on granitoid bodies in the
Udaisagar area. Regarding modernization of the laboratory he informed that procurement of
Portable XRF is in progress and the vendor will be coming on 15
th
February for demonstration.
The house decided that the results of the earlier analysis should be cross checked during the
demonstration.
[Action : Petrology Division]
Shri R.G.Verma, Director briefly stated the progress of work in the item of National
Geomorphological and Lineament Mapping. Chairman remarked that the Director should allow
the officers of the Division to attend the meetings independently and interact with the participating
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agencies, rather than himself attending all the meetings. Regarding the lack of response from some
agencies he commented that in collaborative project cooperation from all the parties must be
ensured, as non-involvement of any member organization results in failure of the project.
[Action : R.S.Division]
Dr C.De,Director presented the highlights of the item on study of Vendian metazoan forms from
rocks of Marwar Supergroup and claimed that such an assemblage has been reported from the area
for the first time.
Shri Mulkh Raj J arngal, Director listed out the achievements under the various Engineering
Geology items in progress. Chairman emphasized that after signing of MoU the work should be
taken up only after receipt of 100% advance payment.
[Action : Engg. Geo..Division]
Shri Z.Iqbal, Director informed that under the item of seismic microzonation and risk study in
Surat City 400m of drilling has been completed and another 200m will be completed by March
2012.The average values of SPT range from 20-30. He requested for posting of another officer and
provisioning of the P.S.Logger. Chairman commented that the P.S.Logger may not be made
available by CHQ and therefore possibility of outsourcing may be explored.
[Action : E.Q. Geo. Division]
Dr P.Rakshit, Director presented the highlights of the items on study calcretes and arsenic
pollution. The house opined to carry out detailed petrographic study in the item for study of
arsenic pollution in mining belts. He assured that all the digitized data will be submitted to
Geoinformatics Division for creation of the data base.
[Action : Desert & Env. Geo. Division]
Dr L.N.Singh, Director Geophysics informed about the progress in the six items of Geophysics
under all the four Missions. Dr Wadhawan commented that the geophysical techniques should be
further developed for future interpretations and value addition.
Dr A.Rais, Director listed out the various minerals studied and identified in the Mineral Physics
Laboratory.
Shri R.S.Bains, Director Chemical Division informed that data on 51 elements for all the NGCM
samples of FS 2009-10 will be ready by 15-2-12. Among the non NGCM samples 2500 samles
have been analysed for basemetal and 3400 samples for Au with basemetal. The house decided
that about 15% samples should be analysed for Strategic Elements and REE.
XI_WR_RAC_19.3.3. - SU Rajasthan:
Dr S.K.Wadhawan, Dy. D.G. initiated the review of SU Rajasthan stating that the achievement of
the set targets has been satisfactory. He stated that detailed review of work has already been
carried out in the recently held OAC Meeting and only the salient features of highlights of
Mission-II need to be presented.

Shri D.K.Rai, Director narrated that in the Mundiyawas Khera block, results of the current
borehole have been received upto 144m, which indicate 0.44% Copper.

Shri P.K.Raut Director & RMH, M-II mentioned that under the item of Dhani Granite for REE
mineralisation the shear zones are to be targeted for drilling. He also informed that in the
Kamalpura block of Bhilwara district, gold values reported range from 0.1 to 0.4 ppm.
The target and problems of drilling were also discussed and the house decided to outsource drilling
operations for the Limestone investigation in J aisalmer district.

Shri J anak Raj, Director conveyed that the creation of database for 45O, 40E & 40F is in progress.
He requested for early submission of data from the divisions providing data inputs so that the
report can be finalized in time. Chairman commented that the responsibility lies with the Project
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Geoinformatics and the matter should be discussed with all the concerned Directors to ensure
timely submission of the data inputs.
[Action : Proj: Geoinformatics, SU Rajasthan]
XI_WR_RAC_19. 3.4. Administration and Regional Activities:
Shri J anak Raj, Director & HOO raised the issue of shortage of staff in SU Rajasthan. The matter
was discussed as similar problems are being faced both in the regional headquarters and SU
Gujarat. Views were expressed to get the work done through outsourcing. However it was
observed that the matter needs further detailed review of the situation, which will be undertaken
shortly.

Ms J .N.Badhe, Stores Manager informed the procurement status of various items such as DG set
for Ghatol Camp, Core Boxes, Solar Lighting for Ghatol and Zawar Camps, total stations etc. The
house decided that the A.P&M. Division should regularly submit a monthly status report with date
wise progress of procurement process for all the items.
[Action : A.P.&M. Division]
XI_WR_RAC_19. 4.0 Concluding Remarks:
The Chairman Shri K.Parida, Dy.D.G. and HOD thanked all the member for their cooperation and
expressed hope that the overall commendable performance of the Western Region will be
continued in future.
Vote of Thanks: Dr G. Malhotra, Director & RMH, Mission- V, proposed a vote of thanks.



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LIST OF MEMBERS WHO ATTENDED THE XI_WR_RAC_19 MEETING
on 08-02-2012 at Jaipur

Name Designation Division/Project
1. Shri K.Parida Dy. Director General HOD GSI WR & CHAIRMAN
2. Dr S.K.Wadhawan Dy. Director General State Unit Rajasthan, GSI J aipur
3. Dr Indra Prakash Dy. Director General State Unit Gujarat, GSI Gandhinagar
4. Dr S.K.Chakraborty Director-in-Charge Regional Head Mission I / T.C.Divn-I, WR
5. Shri P.K.Raut Director(Geology) Regional Head Mission II / Proj: RSAS, SU Raj
6. Shri K.M.Reddy Director(Geology) Regional Head Mission III /M&C and Pet. Divns. WR
7. Dr C De Director(Geology) Regional Head Mission IV/ Palaeont. Divn. WR
8. Dr G. Malhotra Director(Geology) Regional Head Mission V / R.T.I., WR
9. Shri R.S.Bains Director (Chem.) Regional Head STSS / Chemical Divn.WR
10. Shri Z.Iqbal Director(Geology) Regional Quality Manager / E.Q. Geo.Divn., WR
11. Shri R.G.Verma Director(Geology) R.S. Division, GSI, WR
12. Shri Mulkh Raj J arngal Director(Geology) Engg. Geol. Division, WR
13. Shri R.S.Garkhal Director(Geology) H.O.O. GSI WR
14. Shri D.K.Rai Director(Geology) T.C. Div. & Proj: BM-II SU Rajasthan
15. Shri P.N.Sharma Director(Geology) T.C.Div. & HOO, SU: Gujarat
16. Shri A.K.Saxena Director(Geology) Proj. HM & GCM, SU: Gujarat
17. Dr P.Rakshit Director(Geology Des. & Env. Geo. Divn., WR
18. Shri M.K.Reddy Director(Geology) Proj: Gold, S. U. Rajasthan
19. Shri U.Bhattacharya Director(Geology) Proj: GCM, SU Rajasthan
20. Shri S.C.Chakraborty Director(Geology) Director Geodata Divn, GSI, WR
21. Shri P.K.Nanda Director(Geology) Finance, GSI, WR
22. Shri A.K.Sharma Director(Geology) Proj: BM-I., S. U. Rajasthan
23. Shri S.K.Shrivastava Director(Geology) T.C.S. Divn, GSI, WR
24. Dr L.N. Singh Director (Geophy.) Geoph. Div.- I, II,III& Instt., GSI, WR
25. Shri Ashok Mathur Director (Chem.) Chemical Divn, GSI, WR
26. Shri Gajanand Director (Chem.) Chemical Divn, GSI, WR
27. Shri J.N.Choudhary Director (Drilling) Drilling Divn, GSI, WR
28. Dr J.N.Solanki Director(Geology) Proj: STM-II & Lignite, S. U. Rajasthan
29. Shri A.K.Dawande Director(Geology) Proj: IFOM , SU Rajasthan
30. Shri K.S.Gupta Director(Geology) Proj: MI , SU Gujarat
31. Shri P.V.R. Murthy Director(Geology) Proj: STM , SU Gujarat
32. Shri Janak Raj Director(Geology) Proj: Geoinformatics , SU Rajasthan
33. Shri M Fulmari Director(Geology) Proj: STM-I, S.U.Rajasthan
34. Dr A.Rais Director (Min. Phy.) Mineral Physics Divn, GSI, WR
35. Shri V.K.Nagpal Director (Drilling) Drilling Divn, GSI, WR
36. Shri G.Satyanarayana Suptdg. Geologist Proj: Iron Ore, SU Rajasthan
37. Shri Subhankar Bose Suptdg. Geologist Proj: Lignite, SU Rajasthan
38. Shri V.K.Chittora Senior Geologist Geodata Divn, GSI, WR
39. Dr K.S.Raghav Senior Geologist Publication Divn, GSI, WR
40. Ms J .N.Badhe Stores Manager A.P.& M. Division, GSI, WR
41. Shri D.W.J oshi Senior Geologist Tech. Coord. Div.-I, GSI, WR
42. Dr Subrata Banerji Senior Geologist Tech. Coord. Div.-I, GSI, WR
43. Shri V.Ramesh Senior Geologist Tech. Coord. Div.-I, GSI, WR



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11. HRD, Establishment, Payroll, HRMIS, e-service book, etc.
The Western Region of GSI has rendered technical guidance to the students of various
institutions from time to time, and recently efforts have been made to invite the officers of the state
departments for the various training programmes being conducted by the GSI TI.
The officers of GSI, Operation Gujarat has provided technical guidance and training to the
officers of Gujarat Mineral Resources Development Society in Kachchh Geochemical Mapping Project.
They have also associated themselves in the selection process of the fellow geologists in GMRDS and
have provided guidance to GMRDS as member of various committees. Guidance was also provided to
the officers of Science City, Ahmedabad for selecting minerals for Museum which is in the process of
establishment in the Science City.

Regional Training Programme for the State DGMs
Refresher Course on National Geochemical Mapping (NGCM) for officers of Directorate of
Geology & Mining, Govt. of Rajasthan was conducted at FTC Zawar from 25.11.11 to 30.11.11.

Guidance to students visiting Western Region
1. Nagpur University, Geology Dept. visited GSI Labs. and field excursion around J aipur.
2. Sagar University, Dept. of Geology Training in Labs. and Geodata in September.
3. Punjab University, Dept. of Earth Science visited on 07.01.2010 to 09.01.2010 (field excursion
around J aipur, Dhani Basri Prospect, Kishangarh)
4. Pondichery University, Dept. of Earth Science to visit on 02.02. 2010 (WR Labs.)
5. Sagar University, Dept. of Geology to visit in J anuary/February, 2010 (field training).
6. Five students from University of Behrampur, Orissa were imparted field training on Geophysical
Survey in Dausa district, Rajasthan between 2
nd
to 5
th
December, 2011. This was followed by a
lecture session at the GSI Office Complex at J aipur.
7. Students of Craftes and Designs, Rajasthan visited GSI Museum. The significance of diffetent
material displayed in the museum was explained to them.
8. Training on Field practice to the M.Sc. Part-I students of Fergusson College Pune from 10-12-
11 to 14-12-11
9. Lecture on Precambrian Geology of Rajasthan to M.Sc. Students of Nagpur University and field
work in Mochia Hill on 12-01-12
10. Lecture on Precambrian Geology of Rajasthan to M..Sc. (Applied Geology) Students of Nagpur
University and field work in Mochia Hill.on 14-01-12

HRMIS data base: Filling up of Basic data (BD) and Service Book data of all the employees of
GSI Western Region has been completed. Annual verification of Service Books by Group A &
Group B officers has been completed.
Group A and Group B (Gazetted) Basic data & Service Book data of all the Officers
entered.
Group B (Non-Gazetted) and Group C - Basic data of all personnel entered.

ECS for payment of salaries to employees in Jaipur:
ECS effected in August, 2010.
ECS for payment of salaries to employees in Gandhinagar:
Salaries for employees of the State Unit Gujarat are paid through Electronic Clearing System.
Tour Module: Started in October, 2010 for approval of J AG & SAG Level officers.
Leave Module - Started in Gujarat Unit in J anuary, 2011 and at J aipur in June 2011.
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12. Vehicles & Transport Infrastructure including age of vehicles.

See Annexure 13.


13. Modernization-

See Annexure 14


14. Drilling Infrastructure

See Annexure 15A and 15 B


15. Outsourcing of routine services [housekeeping, security, garden, etc.]
Maintenance of Routine Services:
Housekeeping- Cleaning of office premises; filling water in room coolers etc By
Outsourcing.
Security - In house, through regular staff.
Garden- Maintained by CPWD.





















ANNEXURES
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ANNEXURE-1A

MAJOR MINERALS RESOURCES [UNDER VARIOUS UNFC CATEGORIES]
ESTIMATED BY THE REGION, SHOWING STATE-WISE FIVE-YEARLY INCREMENT,
FOR THE LAST 10 YEARS.
(RESOURCES AS ON 31.03.11)

COMMODITY/
MINERAL
STATE 1995 2000 2005 2010
COPPER RAJ ASTHAN 187.55 MT 188.83 MT 212.03 MT 288.833 MT
LEAD +ZINC RAJ ASTHAN 383.044
MT
434.322
MT
480.97 MT 481.17 MT
GOLD RAJ ASTHAN - 22.29 MT 49.375 MT 87.19 MT
(91.29 MT upto
31.03.2011)
LIMESTONE RAJ ASTHAN N.A. N.A. 4136.76 MT 5306.48 MT
LIMESTONE GUJ ARAT 90,37,337
Tonnes
90,37,546
Tonnes
90,37,546
Tonnes
90,37,611
Tonnes

MT Million Tonnes.
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ANNEXURE 1B
NMI data sheet on list of items converted
(UNFC Compliance)

Nodal Officer: Dr. Sujit Kumar Chakraborty, Director
Total Target: 135 reports.
Achievement : All 135 reports converted by 30.04.2011.
F.S. 2004-05 & onwards: 63 nos.
Pre-F.S. 2004-05: 72 nos.

F.S. 2004-05 and onwards

Sl No. Deposit Name Source Author(s)
1 Delwara West Block,
Bhukia Gold prospect,
Banswara district,
Rajasthan

Final report on Exploration for gold-copper
mineralization in Delwara West Block, Banswara
district, Rajasthan, FS 2007-08.
R.L. Jat
2 Gundelapara block,
Bhukia gold Prospect,
Banswara district,
Rajasthan
Final report on Exploration for gold-copper
mineralization in Gundelapara Block, Banswara
district, Rajasthan, FS 2006-07 and 2007-08.
R.L. Jat and
Apurba Banerjee
3 NW & SE of Gundelapara
village
Final report for F.S. 2006-08, entitled
Investigation for Gold Copper mineralization,
northwest and southeast of Gundelapara village,
Banswara district, Rajasthan.

4 Khankriya Gara block,
Bhukia prospect,
Banswara ,dt, Rajasthan

Final report on Exploration for gold-copper
mineralization in Khankriya Gara Block, Banswara
district, Rajasthan, FS 2003-04 and 2004-05.
R.L. Jat
5 Pathara Block - B Investigation for gold and associated basemetal
mineralization in Pathara Block, Banswara district,
Rajasthan. F.S. 2006-07.
Amit Srivastava
6 Minyun ki Dhani,
J aisalmer Basin.,
Rajasthan.
Search for low silica SMS grade limestone in
western Rajasthan. Final report for F.S.2007-2009.
Subhash Yadav
7 Report on preliminary assessment of pegmatite for
rare earth and rare metals in parts of Ajmer,
Udaipur and Bhilwara districts, Rajasthan. F.S.
2005 06 & 2006 - 07
J aya Lal
8 Regional assessment of clay in Bikaner, Nagaur,
Pali and part of J odhpur districts, Rajasthan. F.S.
2005 06 & 2006- 07
J . V. Natani
9 Phosphorite of Khiyandi
area

Report on preliminary investigation for phosphorite
in the metasediments of Sirohi Group around
Khiwandi, North west of Sumerpur, Pali district,
Rajasthan. F.S. 2007 - 08
J aya Lal
10 Sibagaon and Bara Bera
blocks

Report on the preliminary assessment of pegmatite
for rare earth and rare metals in parts of Sirohi,
Ajmer, Udaipur and Bhilwara districts, Rajasthan.
FS 2003-2004 to 2004-2005.
J aya Lal, Sunil
Kumar
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11 Dariba Block

Investigation for basemetals and associated noble
metals in Baleshwar-Dariba belt, Sikar district,
Rajasthan. F.S. 2006-07.
Boopathi
12 Baniwala ki Dhani Investigation for basemetals around Baniwala ki
Dhani- Dokan area, Sikar district, Rajasthan. F.S.
2001-04
S. Mukhopadhyay
13 Dogeta Basi

Investigation for basemetals and associated gold in
Dogeta Basi area, Dausa district, Rajasthan F. S.
2006-07
R.K. Sharma,
Vivek Sharma
14 Dokan Investigation for basemetals and associated
precious metal in Dokan North, Dokan, Kundla ki
Dhani and Bageshwar blocks, Sikar district,
Rajasthan. F.S. 2004-2006
R.K. Sharma,
Vivek Sharma
15 Dokan North

Investigation for basemetals and associated
precious metal in Dokan North, Dokan, Kundla ki
Dhani and Bageshwar blocks, Sikar district,
Rajasthan. F.S. 2004-2006
R.K. Sharma,
Vivek Sharma
16 Dungarwali Dhani Block

Exploration for basemetals in Dungarwali Dhani
block, South Khetri Copper belt , Sikar district,
Rajasthan. F.S. 2004-2006.
A.K. Sharma
17 Halowala J ohra Block Exploration for basemetals and associated precious
metal in Halowala Johra block, South Khetri
Copper belt , Sikar district, Rajasthan. F.S. 2003-
2005
P.N. Sharma
18 Halowala J ohra Block
(Phase-II)

Exploration for basemetals and associated precious
metal in Halowala Johra block (Phase-II), South
Khetri Copper belt , Sikar district, Rajasthan. F.S.
2006-2007
P.N. Sharma
19 Halowala J ohra West
Block
Exploration for basemetals and associated precious
metal in Halowala Johra West block, South Khetri
Copper belt , Sikar district, Rajasthan. F.S. 2007-
2008
P.N. Sharma
20 Kundla ki Dhani Investigation for basemetals and associated
precious metal in Dokan North, Dokan, Kundla ki
Dhani and Bageshwar blocks, Sikar district,
Rajasthan. F.S. 2004-2006
R.K. Sharma,
Vivek Sharma,
Israil Khan
21 Mahawa block

Investigation for basemetal in Mahawa block, Sikar
district, Rajasthan. F.S. 2007-08
Boopathi
22 Manaksas- Jodhpura
Block
Exploration for basemetals in Manaksas- Jodhpura
area, South Khetri Copper belt , Jhunjhunun
district, Rajasthan. F.S. 2006-2007
A.K. Sharma
23 Maota Block Exploration for copper and associated precious
metals in Maota block, Central Khetri Copper belt ,
Jhunjhunun district, Rajasthan. F.S. 2007-2008.
P.N. Sharma
24 Mina Ka Nangal Investigation for basemetals in Mina ka Nangal,
Sikar district, Rajasthan. F.S. 2006-2008
Israil Jhan, H.C.
Sahu
25 Nathuwala Block

Investigation for basemetals in Nathuwala block,
Sikar district, Rajasthan. F.S. 2005-06.
Israil Khan
26 Nimod block

Investigation for basemetal in Nimod area, Sikar
district, Rajasthan. F.S. 2007-2008
Israil Khan
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27 Nimod Extension block Investigation for basemetal in Nimod extension
block, Sikar district, Rajasthan. F.S. 2007-2008
Boopathi
28 Pacheri Kalan Block Exploration for basemetals and associated
precious metal in Pacheri Kalan block, North-East
of Khetri Copper belt , Jhunjhunun district,
Rajasthan. F.S. 2005-06
A.K. Sharma
29 Patan Block Investigation for basemetals in Patan block, Sikar
district, Rajasthan. F.S. 2005-06
R.K. Sharma
30 Todi ka Bas

Investigation for basemetals and associated gold
in Todi Ka Bas area, Alwar district, Rajasthan.
F.S. 2006-08
R.K. Sharma,
Vivek Sharma
31 Silora and Mohanpur Final report on Investigation for basemetals and
associated gold mineralization in the Silora and
Mohanpur blocks, Tikawara Bir area, Ajmer
District, Rajasthan. F.S. 2004 2005
Abhinandan
Srivastava
32 Bara Sarpatia Final report on Investigation for Basemetals and
gold Mineralization in Bara Satparia Block,
Parsola Area, Udaipur District, Rajasthan. FS
2005-06 and 2006-07
Shabbir Hussain
33 Gangas Final report on Exploration for basemetal
mineralization in Gangas and chhatrikhera blocks,
J asma-Bhupalsagar belt, Rajsamand district,
Rajasthan, FS 2003-04 and 2004-05
J.C. Dutta, R.P.
Nagar, R.A. Sharma
34 Gangas Extension Final report on Exploration for basemetal
mineralization in Gangas Extension Block,
Mangalwar Complex, Rajsamand district,
Rajasthan, FS 2005-06.
J.C. Dutta.

35 Hingoriya - Gadariyawas Final report on Investigation for basemetals in
Hindoli Belt, Chittaurgarg District, Rajasthan,
FS 2004-05
R. P. Nagar
36 Jitawas West Final report on Investigation for basemetal
mineralization in J itawas West Block, Dariba
Bethumbi belt, Rajsamand district, Rajasthan.
Field Season 2004 -2005
J.C.Dutta
37 Malikhera. Final report on Reappraisal of basemetals in
Malikhera Block, Dariba Bethumbi Surawas
Belt, Rajsamand District, Rajasthan; FS 2004-05
and 2005-06
B.B. Sharma.

38 Pur Dariba _ Gurla Final report on Investigation for Basemetals in
Pur Banera Belt between Pur Dariba in the
northeast and Gurla in the southwest, Bhilwara
District, Rajasthan, FS 2004-05.
B. B. Sharma
39 Kot area, Desuri Tehsil,
Pali District
Final report on Exploration for basemetals,
Gold, REE and Molybdenum I Kot area, Pali
district, Rajasthan, FS 2006-2007 to 2007-2008
Somen Sarkar and
B.B. Sharma.

40 Khandia-Masabar Preliminary investigation for polymetallic
sulphide mineralization in Kandia-Masabar and
its extension areas, Panchmahals district,
Gujarat. F.S. 2006-07.
P.K.Singh
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41 Limbdi-Sidsara- Meghpar
Totodi
Geochemical appraisal of picrite basalt of
Deccan Volcanic for gold and platinum group of
elements in the Limbdi-Sidsara- Meghpar Totodi
area, J amnagar district, Gujarat. F.S. 2004-06.
J. Prasad.
42 Chalavad-Ranjitpura Reappraisal of phosphate mineralization around
Chalavad-Ranjitpura area, Panchmahals district,
Gujarat. F.S. 2007-08.
B.B. Sharma
43 Una, Kodinar, Sutrapara Assessment of limestone suitable for chemical,
steelmelting shop (SMS), Blast Furnace (BFR)
and Linzer Dusenthal (LD) in Una, Kodinar,
Sutrapara talukas of Junagadh and Amreli
districts, Gujarat. F.S. 2008-10.
B.B. Sharma,
V.K. Sharma
44 Dugocha West Final report on investigation for gold and
associated basemetal mineralization in Dugocha
West Block, Udaipur district, Rajasthan. F.S.
2007-08
Suresh Chander
45 Beras and Wali ka Khera Report on re-evaluation of aerogeophysical
anomalies and integrated surveys for identifying
target area for basemetal and associated gold
mineralization in Beras and Wali ka Khera
blocks of Anjeni-Bedawal area, Udaipur district,
Rajasthan (P-II stage). F.S. 2007-08 & 2008-09.
L.S. Shekhawat and
B.R. Berjania.
46 Bageshwar Investigation for basemetals in Bageshwar area,
NW of Baniwala ki Dhani area, Sikar district,
Rajasthan. F.S. 2004 05.
S.Mukhopadhyay and
Amit Srivastava
47 Mundiyawas- Khera Investigation for basemetals and associated
precious metals in Mundiyawas- Khera area,
Alwar district, Rajasthan. F.S. 2008-2009.
D.Bhoopathi.
48 Nangal Investigation for basemetals and associated
precious metal in Nangal block, Jhunjhunun
district, Rajasthan. F.S. 2008-2009.
Maneesh Khar and
K.K.Behera.
49 Neori West Investigation for copper and associated metals in
Neori West block, Central Khetri Copper Belt,
Jhunjhunun district, Rajasthan. F.S. 2004-2006.
D.K.Rai.
50 Gangas Exploration for basemetal mineralization in
Gangas block, J asma-Bhupalsagar belt,
Rajsamand district, Rajasthan, FS 2006-07.
J.C. Dutta
51 Jitawas Exploration for basemetal mineralization in
Gangas block, J asma-Bhupalsagar belt,
Rajsamand district, Rajasthan, FS 2006-07.
J.C. Dutta
52 Salampura Investigation for Basemetal Mineralization in
Salampura Block, Pur Banera Belt, Bhilwara
District, Rajasthan, FS 2007-08 and 2008-09.
Soumen Sarkar and
J.C. Dutta.
53 Delwara NorthWest Exploration for gold-copper mineralization in
Delwara NorthWest Block, Banswara district,
Rajasthan, FS 2008-09.
By R.L. J at
54 Gundelapara Exploration for gold-copper mineralization in
Gundelapara Block, Banswara district,
Rajasthan, FS 2006-07 and 2007-08.

R.L. J at and Apurba
Banerjee
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55 Bharkundi Investigation for gold and associated basemetal
mineralization in Bharkundi area, Dungarpur
district, Rajasthan. FS. 2007 -08.
Amit Srivastava.
56 Gundelapara. Investigation for gold copper mineralization,
Northwest and Southeast of Gundelapara village,
Banswara District, Rajasthan. FS 2006 08.
Abhinandan
Srivastava
57 Pathara Investigation for gold and associated basemetal
mineralization in Pathara Block, Banswara
District, Rajasthan. FS 2004 05 and FS 2006
07.
Amit Srivastava
58 Rajpura Investigation for gold and associated basemetal
mineralization in Rajpura area, Udaipur district,
Rajasthan. FS 2008 09.
Amit Srivastava
59 Mokpura and Barasarpatia Investigation for gold and basemetals in
Mokpura and Barasarpatia blocks, Udaipur
district, Rajasthan. FS 2008 - 09
Jaya Lal and Pankaj
Saini.
60 Preliminary investigation for gold in parts of
Ajmer and Bhilwara districts, Rajasthan. FS
2008 09.
Subhas Yadav and
R.S.Garkhal.
61 Dariba Investigation for basemetal in Dariba block,
Sikar district, Rajasthan. FS 2007-2009.

R.K. Sharma and
Vivek Sharma.
62 Panchokharkhara Investigation for basemetal in Panchokharkhara
area, Sikar district, Rajasthan. FS 2006-2009.
Shri H.C. Sahu.
Dantali Exploration for basemetal mineralisation in and
around Raisar area, J aipur district, Rajasthan. FS
2004-2005.
D. Boopathi.
Matasula Exploration for basemetal mineralisation in and
around Raisar area, J aipur district, Rajasthan. FS
2004-2005.
D. Boopathi.
Raisar Exploration for basemetal mineralisation in and
around Raisar area, J aipur district, Rajasthan. FS
2004-2005.
D. Boopathi.
Rampur Exploration for basemetal mineralisation in and
around Raisar area, J aipur district, Rajasthan. FS
2004-2005.
D. Boopathi.









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Ratanpura Exploration for basemetal mineralisation in and
around Raisar area, J aipur district, Rajasthan. FS
2004-2005.
D. Boopathi.

Pre- F.S. 2004-05
Sl No. Deposit Name Source Author(s)
1 Bhukia East Block,
Bhukia area, Bhukia gold
prospect, Banswara
district, Rajasthan.
Final report on Investigation for gold
mineralization in Bhukia East Block, Bhukia
area, Banswara district, Rajasthan, FS 1993-94
to 1996-97.
S. S. Garhia and R.L.
Jat

2 West Block, Bhukia
(J agpura) Gold prospect,
Banswara district,
Rajasthan.
Final report on Exploration in West Block,
Bhukia (Jagpura) gold prospect, Banswara
district, Rajasthan, FS 1992-93 to 1995-96.
A. K. Grover, R.G.
Verma, S.S. Garhia,
P. R. Golani, K.
Prabhakara, Satish
Kumar and R. L.Jat.
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3 Delwara Block, Bhukia
prospect Banswara district,
Rajasthan.

Final report on Investigation for gold in
Delwara Block, Bhukia area, Banswara district,
Rajasthan, FS 1999 -2000 to 2001-02.
S. S. Garhia and R.L.
Jat
4 East Central Block,
Bhukia prospect,
Banswara district,
Rajasthan
Final report on Investigation for gold in East
Central Block, Bhukia area, Banswara district,
Rajasthan, FS 1999 - 2000 to 2001-02.
S. S. Garhia ,R.L. Jat
and D.B. Guha
5 Kukra East Block

Final report entitled Investigation for gold
and associated basemetals in Kukra East
and Padwa blocks, Karavali-Ghagri-
Amalva area, Udaipur district, Rajasthan.
F.S. 1999-2000, 2000-2001 and 2001-2002,
R.P.Nagar, Geologist
(Jr.), & J ayalal,
Geologist (Sr.)

6 Timaran Mata West
Block, Bhukia prospect,
Banswara district,
Rajasthan

Final report on Investigation for gold in
Timaran Mata West Block, Banswara district,
Rajasthan, FS 1997-98 and 1998-99.
D.B. Guha, R.P.
Nagar and R.L. J at
7 Timaran Mata East Block,
Bhukia prospect Banswara
district,
Rajasthan

Final report on Investigation for gold in
Timaran Mata East Block, Banswara district,
Rajasthan, FS 1997-98 and 1998-99.
S. S. Garhia and R.L.
Jat
8 Search for high magnesia ultramafic rocks in
Ajmer, Bhilwara, Pali and Rajsamand districts
of Rajasthan. F.S. 2001 - 02
S. Chaudhury
P. Mahadevappa
9 Final report on preliminary assessment of
dolomite for use as refractory mineral in
Nagaur, J odhpur and Pali districts, Rajasthan.
F.S. 2001 - 02
Dr. Ravindra Kumar
10 Search for high magnesia ultramafic rocks along
Kaliguman lineament in Ajmer, Bhilwara, Pali,
Rajasmand, Udaipur and Dungarpur districts,
Rajasthan. FS 2001-02 and 2002-03
Dinesh Kumar
11 Hoshiyara and Kuchil
Block
Report on investigation for basemetal between
Hoshiyara and Kuchil, Ajmer district,
Rajasthan. F.S. 1997-98.
A.K.Malhotra
12 Manpur, Devlapal and
Dugocha areas
Report on investigation for basemetals and
associated gold mineralization around Manpur,
Devlapal and Dugocha areas in parts of
Udaipur, Banswara and Dungarpur Districts,
Rajasthan. F.S. 1997-98.
Suresh Chander
13 Kakalwar and Salgiawas
Block
Final report on systematic geological and
geochemical evaluation of aero geophysical
anomaly at Kakalwar and Salgiawas area in
parts of Todaraisingh and Deoli Tehsils of Tonk
district, Rajasthan. F.S. 1996-97 & 1997-98.
R.Srinivas Rao
14 Dugocha Block Final Report on Test Drilling for Gold and
Associated Basemetal Mineralization in
Dugocha and Baratalav Blocks,in Parts of
Udaipur District, Rajasthan. FS 1998-2000.

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15 Dugocha North Block Final Report on Test Drilling for Gold and
Associated
Basemetal Mineralization in Dugocha North
Block, in Parts of Udaipur District, Rajasthan.
FS 1998-2000.

16 Dugocha East and West
Block
Report on integrated surveys for gold and
associated basemetal mineralization in Dugocha
East & West Block, Udaipur district, Rajasthan.
F.S. 2000-01.
S.Chowdhury
17 Dugocha East Block Report on Test Drilling for Gold and Associated
Basemetal Mineralization in Dugocha (South)
and Dugocha (East)
Block in Parts of Udaipur District, Rajasthan.
FS 2002-2003.
Suresh Chandra,
I.R. Kirmani
18 Ghagri and Baroliya
blocks
Report on investigation for basemetal /
noblemetal mineralization in Ghagri and
Baroliya blocks of Salumber-Dhariawad
mineralized belt, Udaipur district, Rajasthan.
F.S. 2000-2001 & 2001-02.
R.Srinivasa Rao,
C.K.Gautam
19 Ghagri Block Report on investigation for basemetal and
associated noble metal mineralization in Ghagri
Block of Salumber area, Udaipur district,
Rajasthan (E-I Stage). F.S. 2003-04.

20 Report on Test Drilling for Gold and Associated
Basemetal
Mineralization in Dugocha (South) and
Dugocha (East)
Block in Parts of Udaipur District, Rajasthan
(E-I Stage). F.S. 2002-03.

21 Kaoi and Sankli Block Final report on integrated surveys for
identifying target areas for basemetal and
associated gold mineralization between Kaoi
and Sankli Block, Bhilwara and Chittorgarh
districts, Rajasthan
F.S. 2001-02 & 2002-03.
B.R.Bejarniya,
Geologist (Sr.) &
R.S.Rao
22 Selpur and Saramanpur
Blocks
Final report on the drilling investigation for
basemetal and boble metal mineralization in
Selpur and Saramanpur Blocks of Salumber-
Dhariawad mineralized belt, Udaipur District,
Rajasthan. F.S. 1998-99 & 1999-2000.
R.Srinivasa Rao
23 Umarvaniyan Block Report on investigation on basemetal
mineralization in Umarvaniyan Block, Salumber
Dhariawad area, Udaipur district, Rajasthan.
F.S. 2003-04.
Suresh Chander
24 Dhani Basri

Investigation for basemetals and associated
precious metal at Dhani Basri, Dausa district,
Rajasthan. F.S. 2000-2003
R.K. Sharma
25 Gangas Final report on Report on search for basemetals
in Gangas area Rajsamand district, Rajasthan,
FS 2002-03.
J.C. Dutta
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26 Rajpura C Final report on Reappraisal of Basemetal
potential in Rajpura C Block, Dariba
Bethumbi Surawas Belt, Rajsamand district,
Rajasthan. FS 2001-02, 2002 - 03 and 2003-04.
J.C. Dutta
27 Relmagra-Kantiyakhera
and Pari - Daulatpara
Final report on Investigation for silver and
basemetals in Rajpura Dariba Bethumbi and
Jashma Bhupalsagar Bhinder Belts,
Rajsamand and Chittargarh districts, Rajasthan.
Field Season 2003 2004
R.P.Nagar
28 Sindesar Kalan West
Block
Final report on Investigation for basemetals in
Sindesar Kalan West Block, Dariba-Bethumbi-
Surwas Belt, Rajsamand district, Rajasthan, FS
1999-2000 to 2003-2004
J.C. Datta
29 Sindesar Khurd Block Final report on Exploration for Lead-Zinc in
Sindesar Khurd Block, Dariba-Bethumbi-
Surwas Belt, Rajsamand district, Rajasthan, FS
1997-98, 98-99 and 1999-2000
B.B. Sharma
30 Sindesar Khurd Extension
Block
Final report on Investigation for basemetals in
Sindesar Khurd Extension Block, Dariba-
Bethumbi-Surwas Belt, Rajsamand district,
Rajasthan, FS 2000-01, 2001-02 and 2003-
2004.

B.B. Sharma
31 Lathiyakheri West Final report on Investigation for basemetals in
Lathiyakheri West Block, Rajsamand District,
Rajasthan. Field Season 1998 1999, 1999
2000, 2000 - 2001
J.C.Dutta
32 Padwa Block

Investigation for gold and associated basemetals
in Kukra east and padwa blocks, Karavali-
Ghagri-Amalva area, Udaipur district,
Rajasthan F.S. 1999-2000, 2000-2001 and
2001-2002
R.P.Nagar,
Jayalal
33 Dugocha Final report on test drilling for gold and
associated base metal mineralization in
Dugocha and Baratalav blocks in parts of
Udaipur district, Rajasthan. F.S. 1998-2000
A.K. Malhotra &
Suresh Chander
34 Block-I between
Lunavada-Godhra towns.
Report on ground re-evaluation of aero-
geophysical anomalies in parts of BRGM-CGG
flown areas in Block-I between Lunavada-
Godhra towns of Subarkantha and Panchmahals
districts, Gujarat. F.S. 1998-99.
R.S. Rao.
35 Baniwali Ki Dhani Investigation for basemetals around Baniwala ki
Dhani- Dokan area, Sikar district, Rajasthan.
F.S. 2001 2004.
S. Mukhopadhyay.
36 Bapi Area. Exploration for basemetals and associated gold
in Bapi area, Dausa district, Rajasthan.
R.K.Sharma.
37 Bhojgarh. Exploration for basemetals and associated
Noble metals in Bhojgarh Block, South Khetri
Copper belt , J hunjhunun district, Rajasthan.
F.S. 1999 2003.
Brij Kumar.
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38 Manaksas Exploration for basemetals in the Manaksas
Block, South Khetri Copper belt , Jhunjhunun
district, Rajasthan. F.S. 1998-99.
A.K.Sharma.
39 Muradpur Exploration for basemetals in Muradpur, NE of
Khetri Copper Belt, Jhunjhunun district,
Rajasthan. 1999-2004.
A.K.Sharma and
D.K.Rai.
40 Narda Investigation for bismuth and associated gold
mineralization in Narda area and geochemical
mineral targeting around Baniwala ki Dhani and
Dokan area, Sikar district, Rajasthan. F.S. 1999
- 2001
S.Mukhopadhyay.
41 Bhinder Prospect Targeting for Basemetal around
Bhinder in J asma Bhinder Belt, Udaipur
District, Rajasthan. Field Season 1998 1999.

S. Sanyal.
42 Bethumbi Reappraisal of basemetal mineralization in
Bethumbi block, Dariba Bethumbi Surawas
belt, Rajsamand district, Rajasthan. FS 2000-01
and 2001-02

B.B.Sharma.
43 Antalia Search for Emerald Mineralization in Antalia
Gogunda - Godawara area, Rajsamand and
Udaipur Districts, Rajasthan, FS 1999-2001.
R.S.Garkhal and
Dinesh Kumar.
44 Mataji Ka Khera Investigation for basemetals in Mataji Ka Khera
block, Dariba Bethumbi Surawas belt,
Rajsamand district, Rajasthan. FS 2002-03.
B.B. Sharma.
45 Sam, Niba, Bida To locate and assess the mineable deposits of
Bentonitic clays, Fullers earth and White Clay.
FS 1998 1999 and 1999 2000.
D.W. Joshi and P.S.
Gill.
46 Madalgarh and Ghatol Preliminary assessment of low silica dolomite in
parts of Chittaurgarh, Bhilwara and Banswara
districts, Rajasthan. FS 1998 1999.
C. K. Gautam.
47 Ajmer, Alwar, Banswara,
Bhilwara, Bundi,
Chittaurgarh, Churu,
Dausa, Dungarpur, Jaipur,
J aisalmer, J odhpur,
Nagaur, Pali, Rajsamand,
Sikar, Sirohi, Udaipur.
Regional assessment and search for extension of
marble and related calc-silicate rocks of
Rajasthan for use as dimension and decorative
stones. FS 2000 2001.
J. V. Natani.
48 Kankriya Gara Exploration for gold-copper mineralization in
Khankriya Gara Block, Banswara district,
Rajasthan. FS 2003-04 and 2004-05.
R.L. J at
49 Bairat-Sonara-Tiljara Investigation for gold mineralization in Bairat-
Sonara-Tiljara area of Alwar- J aipur Belt, Alwar
and Jaipur district, Rajasthan. FS 1999-2001
Sanjaya Kumar Dash,
A.K. Grover,
Ravindra Kumar, and
Sanjoy Sanyal.
50 Mahuwal Tartai Investigation for gold in Mahuwal Tartai area,
Banswara district, Rajasthan. FS. 1998 99.
Shubhabrata
Mukhopadhyay.
51 Navagaon Investigation for gold in Navagaon block,
Udaipur district, Rajasthan. FS. 2002 03.
R.P.Nagar.
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52 Kevda Investigation for gold and associated basemetals
in Kevda block, Udaipur district, Rajasthan. FS
1998 99.
L.M.S. Maura
53 Kukra West Block, Investigation for gold and associated
Basemetals in Kukra West Block, Aravalli,
Udaipur Dist, Rajasthan. FS: 1999-2000 and
Exploration for gold mineralization in Kukra
West Block, Salumber area, Udaipur District,
Rajasthan. FS 2002 2004.
Jaya Lal (FS 1999
2000)
Subhas Yadav (FS
2002 04)
54 Vasu Investigation for gold in Vasu area, Udaipur
district, Rajasthan. FS 2001-02
L.M.S. Maura and
Subash Yadav
55 Vasu Investigation for basemetals and gold in Vasu
area, Udaipur district, Rajasthan. FS 2002-03.
Subhas Yadav
56 Natharia- Ki-Pal. Investigation for gold in Natharia- Ki-Pal,
Iswal-Selu, Sunarkuri, Manpur, Dewal and
Vasu areas, Udaipur district, Rajasthan. FS.
1999-2000 and 2000-2001.
L.M.S. Maura, S.
Sanyal and Subash
Yadav
57 Deri-ambaji, Investigation for gold in deri-ambaji, Deldar,
Wasa, Ghoda Tankni, Titoi and Brahmpuri
areas in Sirohi and Banaskantha districts,
Rajasthan and Gujarat States. FS 1999-2000 and
2000-01.
D.Bhattacharya and S.
Chowdhury.
58 Bhavnagar District. Evaluation and Characterization Of Bentonite
And Kaolinite Deposits Of Bhavnagar District,
Gujarat. FS 2002-03.
Sudipta Sarkar
59 Koranga, Inaj and Indori Investigation for Limestone of chemical and BF
grade in Koranga, Inaj and Indori areas of
Jamnagar and J unagadh districts, Gujarat. FS
2000 2001.
Des Raj.
60 Vadodara, Panchmahals,
Sabarkantha, Banaskantha,
Mahesana, Surat and
Dangs
Resource Survey And Detailed Investigation for
Delineation of suitable Dimension Stone,
Granite Deposits and Low Silica Dolomite in
parts of Vadodara, Panchmahals, Sabarkantha,
Banaskantha, Mahesana, Surat, Dangs Districts,
Kachchh And Saurstra Regions of Gujarat. FS
1998-99.
Janardan Prasad and
P.K.Chaurasia
61 Sepa and Sheriyakhan Investigation for BF and Chemical Grade
Limestone in Sepa and Sheriyakhan area in
Junagadh District, Gujarat.FS 1998-99.
Des Raj.
62 Sheriyakhan-Deorana Investigation for BF and Chemical grade
limestone in Sheriyakhan-Deorana area in
Junagadh district , Gujarat. FS 1998-2000.
Des Raj
63 Idar Investigation for Tin, Tungsten and associated
Minerals in Malani Igneous Suite of rocks
around Sabarkantha District, Gujarat. FS 2001-
02
Des Raj and B.K.Sahu
64 Adwana-Jahaz Exploration for base metal in Adwana-Jahaz
block, South Khetri belt, J hunjhunun district,
Rajasthan. FS 2003-2004.
A.K. Sharma and D.
Boopathi.
65 Dhani Basri, Gola ka Bas,
Kalajpuri Andhi, Tholai
and Nimla.
Exploration for basemetal and associated
precious metals in Dhani Basri, Gola ka Bas,
Kalajpuri Andhi, Tholai and Nimla area, North
R.K. Sharma
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Delhi fold belt, Alwar, Dausa and J aipur
districts, Rajasthan. FS 1999-2000.
66. Deravad Report on the basemetal study in Deravad area,
Udaipur district, Rajasthan. FS 1998-2000.
R.A. Sharma, L.S.
Shekhawat and S.S.
Sivasankaran.
67 Isarwas-Billon ka Gura Investigation for basemetals and associated gold
in Isarwas-Billon ka Gura zone, Udaipur
district, Rajasthan. FS 2002-2003.
P.P. Kalpande and
R.A. Sharma.
68 Kuhara Investigation for copper and associated precious
metals in Kuhara area, Jaipur district, Rajasthan.
FS 2001-2003.
P.N. Sharma.
Balicha Investigation for basemetals in Bortalai-Balicha
and Chargadia-Kadesa areas near Bhinder,
Udaipur district, Rajasthan. FS 2001-2003.
R.A. Sharma and
Vivek Sharma.
Bortalai Investigation for basemetals in Bortalai-Balicha
and Chargadia-Kadesa areas near Bhinder,
Udaipur district, Rajasthan. FS 2001-2003.
R.A. Sharma and
Vivek Sharma.
Chargadia Investigation for basemetals in Bortalai-Balicha
and Chargadia-Kadesa areas near Bhinder,
Udaipur district, Rajasthan. FS 2001-2003.
R.A. Sharma and
Vivek Sharma.









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Kadesa Investigation for basemetals in Bortalai-Balicha
and Chargadia-Kadesa areas near Bhinder,
Udaipur district, Rajasthan. FS 2001-2003.
R.A. Sharma and
Vivek Sharma.
Amargarh Basemetal exploration in Pachanpura-Chhabriya
block, Ummedpura- Manoharpura block, Gelaji
east and Amargarh blocks, Jahazpur belt,
Bhilwara district, Rajasthan. FS 1999-2001.
L.S. Shekhawat.
Gelaji east Basemetal exploration in Pachanpura-Chhabriya
block, Ummedpura- Manoharpura block, Gelaji
east and Amargarh blocks, Jahazpur belt,
Bhilwara district, Rajasthan. FS 1999-2001.
L.S. Shekhawat.
Pachanpura-Chhabriya Basemetal exploration in Pachanpura-Chhabriya
block, Ummedpura- Manoharpura block, Gelaji
east and Amargarh blocks, Jahazpur belt,
Bhilwara district, Rajasthan. FS 1999-2001.
L.S. Shekhawat.












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Ummedpura-
Manoharpura
Basemetal exploration in Pachanpura-Chhabriya
block, Ummedpura- Manoharpura block, Gelaji
east and Amargarh blocks, Jahazpur belt,
Bhilwara district, Rajasthan. FS 1999-2001.
L.S. Shekhawat.
Bhupalsagar Investigation for silver and basemetals in
Rajpura-Dariba-Bethumbi and Jashma-
Bhupalsagar- Bhinder belts, Rajsamand and
Chittaurgarh districts, Rajasthan. FS 2003-
2004.
R.P. Nagar
J ashma-Bhupalsagar Investigation for silver and basemetals in
Rajpura-Dariba-Bethumbi and Jashma-
Bhupalsagar- Bhinder belts, Rajsamand and
Chittaurgarh districts, Rajasthan. FS 2003-
2004.
R.P. Nagar









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Rajpura-Dariba Investigation for silver and basemetals in
Rajpura-Dariba-Bethumbi and Jashma-
Bhupalsagar- Bhinder belts, Rajsamand and
R.P. Nagar
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Chittaurgarh districts, Rajasthan. FS 2003-
2004.
Gamrapal Investigation for basemetals and gold in
Sitawali and Gamrapal blocks of Karavali
sector, Udaipur district, Rajasthan. FS 2000-
2002.
S.S. Sivasankaran,
Prasant P. Kalpande
R.A. Sharma,




72 Sitawali Investigation for basemetals and gold in
Sitawali and Gamrapal blocks of Karavali
sector, Udaipur district, Rajasthan. FS 2000-
2002.
S.S. Sivasankaran,
Prasant P. Kalpande
R.A. Sharma,



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ANNEXURE 2A
ACTIVITY DOMAIN PERTAINING TO MISSIONS I AND II OF THE REGION AND ACHIEVEMENTS
[FSP RELATED ITEMS]DURING THE XI PLAN PERIOD [2007 12]
(AS ON 29.02.2011)
Sl.
No.
Major Activity area. Programme
Target
FS 2007 - 08
Achievement
FS 2007 - 08
Programme
Target
FS 2008 - 09
Achievement
FS 2008 - 09
Programme
Target
FS 2009 - 10
Achievement
FS 2009 - 10
Programme
Target
FS 2010 - 12
Achievement
FS 2010 - 12
1. Survey and Mapping
a) Ground Survey
i) Special Thematic
Mapping (sq km)
1050 1085 1050 1066 1490 1525 3600 3471
ii) Geochemical
Mapping (sq
km)
3500 3528 2800 2487 3141 3169 7000 9237
iii) Geophysical
Mapping (sq km)
NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL 5100 2850
2. Mineral Exploration
i) Large scale
Mapping (sq
km)
67 78.05 36 29.10 1048 1062.80 369 359
ii) Detailed
Mapping (sq
km)
20.90 25.20 18.70 19.96 16 13.80 33.40 37.08
iii) Drilling (meter) 10,780 9025.45
(including
spillover drilling)
8350 7408.75
(including
spillover drilling)
5520 4405.85
(including
spillover drilling)
14150 9207.05
(including
spillover drilling)

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ANNEXURE 2B
FSP Rolling Plan for F.S. 2012-13 & F.S. 2013-14
Mission - I
STM
F.S. Short Title Personnel
required
Rajasthan
2012-13 Title: Specialised Thematic Mapping of Delhi Supergroup of Rocks in
Thekra, Kishangarh Bas, Baraud, Bansur Areas, Alwar District, Rajasthan
with Special Emphasis on locating favourable areas of copper
mineralisation.
Objective: To elucidate lithostratigraphy, structure and to identify
favourable target areas for exploration for copper mineralisation in the
Kushalgrah Formation of the Ajabgarh Group of the Delhi Supergroup.
4 geologists
2012-13 Title: Specialized Thematic Mapping to evaluate the relationship between the
Mangalwar Complex and North Delhi Fold Belt around Lalsot, J aipur and
Sawai Madhopur Districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To workout the contact relationship of Mangalwar Complex
with the NDFB and to assess the economic potential of the area.
2 geologists
2012-13 Title: Specialised Thematic Mapping of Albite rich Granite Plutons and
their mafic enclaves-restites of the Khetri Fold Belt and North Delhi Fold
Belt in Rajasthan.
Objective:To work out the genesis, tectonic significance and mineral
potential of porphyry type granite-alkali (albite rich)
granite plutons.
2 geologists
2012-13 &
2013-14
Title: Specialised thematic mapping along the Albitite line in
Northern Rajasthan in parts of Ajmer, J hunjhunu and Sikar
districts, Rajasthan and search for target areas for potential
mineralisation., if any.
Objective:To work out the tectonic significance and mineral
potential of the albitite zone.
2 geologists
2012-13 Title: Specialised thematic mapping of the southern part of the Pur -
Banera belt, Bhilwara and Chittorgarh districts, Rajasthan
Objective:To work out the relationship between the Pur - Banera
belt, Akola-Bhinder belt and the Hindoli Group

2 geologists
2012-13 Title: Specialised thematic mapping of the Trans-Aravalli region,
south of Pali, Pali district, Rajasthan.
Objectivee:To work out the relationship between the Punagar Group,
Malani igneous Suite, Sirohi Group and intrusive granites
in Trans-Aravalli region.
2 geologists
2012-13 Title: Study of different conglomerate horizons of Western Rajasthan
for resolving stratigraphic problems.
Objective:To differentiate between the different conglomerate
horizons on the basis of superposed relationship, sedimentological
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characters and palaeontological attributes.

Gujarat
2012-13 &
2013-14
Title: Specialized Thematic mapping in the Deccan Volcanic Province,
Vadodara District, South-Eastern Gujarat.
Objective:To establish lava stratigraphy, emplacement pattern and
petrogenesis of various intrusive and extrusive rocks and to
delineate the possible extension of Fluorspar mineralization. .
2 geologists
2012-13 &
2013-14
Title: Specialised thematic mapping in the area of Kanesara igneous
Complex around Lodhika in parts of Rajkot District, Gujarat.
Objective: To establish lava stratigraphy, emplacement pattern and
petrogenesis of various intrusive and extrusive rocks.
2 geologists
2012-13 &
2013-14
Title: Specialised Thematic Mapping of the Delhi Supergroup of rocks in
Data-Bhanpur area of Banaskantha district of Gujarat.
Objective: To elucidate lithostratigraphy of granitoid, basic intrusive
rocks and metasediments of Delhi Supergroup and their
relation with Sendra-Ambaji and Erinpura granites.
1 geologist

GCM:

Rajasthan
2012-13 Title:Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/2 & 45O/6 covering
parts of Ajmer, Tonk, Bhilwara and Bundi districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 45O of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses.
2 geologists
2012-13 Title: Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/3 & 45O/7 covering parts
of Bhilwara and Bundi districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 45O of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses.
2 geologists
2012-13 Title:Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/4 & 45O/8 covering parts
of Chittorgarh Bhilwara and Bundi districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 45O of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses
2 geologists
2012-13 Title:Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/9 & 45O/13 covering parts
of Bundi and Tonk districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 45O of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses. .
2 geologists
2012-13 Title:Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/10 & 45O/14 covering
parts of Bundi and Tonk districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 45O of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses.
2 geologists
2012-13 Title:Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 O/11 & 45O/15 covering
parts of Bundi and Kota districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 45O of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses.
2 geologists
2012-13 &
2013-14
Title:Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 J /3 & 45J/4 covering parts
of Nagaur, Pali and Ajmer, districts, Rajasthan.


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Objective : To create a geochemical database of 45J of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses.
2012-13 &
2013-14
Title: Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45J/5 & 45J/6 covering parts of
Nagaur and Ajmer districts, Rajasthan.
Objective:To create a geochemical database of 45J of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses.
2 geologists
2012-13 &
2013-14
Title : Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45J/7 & 45J/8 covering parts of
Nagaur and Ajmer districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 45J of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses.
2 geologists
2012-13 &
2013-14
Title:Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45J/9 & 45J/10 covering parts
of Nagaur and Ajmer districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 45J of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses.
2 geologists
2012-13 &
2013-14
Title:Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 J /11 & 45J/12 covering parts
of Ajmer districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 45J of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses.
2 geologists
2012-13 &
2013-14
Title:Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45J /13& 45J/14 covering parts
of Ajmer, Nagaur and J aipur districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 45J of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses.
2 geologists
2012-13 &
2013-14
Title: Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45J/15 & 45J/16covering parts
of Ajmer districts, Rajasthan.
Objective:To create a geochemical database of 45J of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses.
2 geologists
2012-13 &
2013-14
Title:Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45 L/4 & 45L/8 covering parts
of Dungarpur districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 45L of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses.
2 geologists
2012-13 &
2013-14
Title: Geochemical mapping of toposheets 46 I/1 & 46I/5 covering parts
of Dungarpur, Banswara, and Udaipur districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 45L of Rajasthan state
using multi elemental analyses.
2 geologists

Gujarat
2012-13 Title:Geochemical mapping of sheet No.46J / 1 in parts of Panchmahal
district, Gujarat.
Objective:To create geochemical database of Gujarat State using multi-
elemental analysis..
2 geologists
2012-13 Title: Geochemical mapping of sheet No.46J/ 2. in parts of Panchmahal
and Vadodara districts, Gujarat and J habua District, M.P
Objective: To create geochemical database of Gujarat State using multi
elemental analysis.
2 geologists
2012-13 Title:Geochemical mapping of sheet No.46J/3 in parts of Vadodara
district, Gujarat and J habua District, M.P.
Objective:To create geochemical database of Gujarat State using multi-
elemental analysis.
2 geologists
2012-13 Title:Geochemical mapping of sheet No.46J/ 4 in parts of Vadodara
district, Gujarat and J habua District, M.P.
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Objectivee: To create geochemical database of Gujarat State using multi-
elemental analysis.
2012-13 Title: Geochemical mapping of sheet No.46J / 5 in parts of Panchmahal
district, Gujarat and J habua District, M.P.
Objective: To create geochemical database of Gujarat State using
multi-elemental analysis.
2 geologists
2012-13 Title: Geochemical mapping of sheet No.46 E/1 in parts of Sabarkantha
district, Gujarat and J habua District, M.P.
Objective: To create geochemical database of Gujarat State using
multi-elemental analysis.
2 geologists
2012-13 Title:Geochemical mapping of sheet No.46 E/3 in parts of Sabarkantha
and Ahmedabad districts, Gujarat.
Objective: To create geochemical database of Gujarat State using multi-
elemental analysis.
2 geologists
2012-13 Title:Geochemical mapping of sheet No.46 E/12 in parts of Panchmahal
and Kheda districts, Gujarat.
Objective:To create geochemical database of Gujarat State using multi-
elemental analysis.
2 geologists
2012-13 Title:Geochemical mapping of sheet No.46 E/16 in parts of Panchmahal
district, Gujarat.
Objective : To create geochemical database of Gujarat State using multi-
elemental analysis
2 geologists
Geomorphological Mapping
2012-13 &
2013-14
Title: National Mission on Geomorphological and Lineament mapping on
1:50,000 scale using satellite data.
Objective: Mapping of the landforms of the entire country on 1:50,000
scale and identification of various types of lineaments of tectonic and
structural significance on 1:50,000 scale using National classification for
Geomorphological and Lineament mapping (National Programme)
3 geologists

Mission-II
Natural Resources:
Ferrous Group
2012-13 &
2013-14
Rajasthan Title : Search for iron ore bodies in the Hindoli Group of
rocks in Karauli- Bundi area in parts of Bharatpur, Karauli
and Bundi districts Rajasthan. Stage: UNFC-G4).
Objective: To delineate iron ore bodies
2 geologists
Precious Minerals
2012-13 Rajasthan Title : Exploration for gold-copper mineralisation in
Bharkundi area, Dungarpur district, Rajasthan(Stage:
UNFC-G3)
Objective / Projected Outcome: To assess the potentiality
of gold-copper mineralisation in the area.
2 geologist
2012-13 Rajasthan Title: Investigation for gold and associated basemetal
mineralisation in Gundelapara West Block, Banswara
district, Rajasthan (Stage: UNFC-G4)
Objective: To delineate the potential zones of gold for
detailed exploration
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2012-13 Title: Investigation for gold-copper mineralisation in areas
betweenBhukia to Dagocha, Banswara, Dungarpur and
Udaipur districts, Rajasthan (Stage: UNFC-G4)
Objective / Projected Outcome: To delineate zones of
gold-copper mineralisation in the area
2 geologist
Non-Ferrous and Strategic Minerals
2012-13 Rajasthan Title : Exploration for basemetals in Karoi Rajpura area,
Pur-Banera belt, Bhilwara district, Rajasthan. (Stage:
UNFC-G3).
Objective / Projected Outcome: To assess the basemetal
potential of the area around Karoi- Rajpura in Pur
Banera belt.
1 geologist
2012-13 Rajasthan Title: Investigation for basemetal mineralisation between
Salampura and Dariba block, Pur-Banera belt, Bhilwara
district, Rajasthan. (Stage: UNFC-G4).
Objective: To assess the base metals potential in the gap
area between Pur-Dariba copper prospect and Gurla
basemetal prospect. .
2 geologist
2012-13 Rajasthan Title: Investigation for basemetal mineralisation in the
northern part of the Salampura block, Pur-Banera belt,
Bhilwara district, Rajasthan. (Stage: UNFC-G3).
Objective: To assess the base metals potential in Pur
Banera belt between Pur-Dariba copper prospect and Gurla
basemetal prospect.
2 geologist
2012-13 &
2013-14
Rajasthan Title: Investigation for REE mineralisation in the Dhani
Granite, district Pali, Rajasthan. (Stage: UNFC-G4).
Objective: To assess the REE potential of the Dhani
Granite.
2 geologist
2012-13 Rajasthan Title: Search for rare metals in leucocratic granite in
Sendra-Chitar area,Pali and Ajmer districts, Rajasthan.
(Stage: UNFC-G4).
Objective: To locate rare metals in intrusive granites of
Sendra-Chitar area.
2 geologist
2012-13 Rajasthan Title: Investigation for copper and associated precious
metals in Khera block,Mundiyawas-Khera area, Alwar
district, Rajasthan. (Stage: UNFC-G3).
Objective: To evaluate depth potential of Cu and precious
metal mineralisation in the Khera Block , Mundiyawas-
Khera area, Alwar district, Rajasthan.
1 geologists
2012-13 Rajasthan Title: Investigation for copper and associated precious
metals in Khera east block, Mundiyawas- Khera area,
Alwar district, Rajasthan. (Stage: UNFC-G4).
Objective To evaluate potential of Cu and precious metal
mineralisation in the Khera east block, Mundiyawas-Khera
area, Alwar district, Rajasthan.
1 geologist
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2012-13 Rajasthan Title: Exploration for basemetal in Nanagwas area, Sikar
district, Rajasthan. (Stage: UNFC-G3).
Objective / Projected Outcome: To test subsurface
continuity of basemetal mineralization and
associated precious metals, delineated on surface in
Nanagwas area.
1 geologist
2012-13 &
2013-14
Rajasthan Title / Name of the Item: Investigation for basemetal in
Dariba North Block, Sikar district, Rajasthan. (Stage:
UNFC-G3).
Objective: To assess the zones of basemetal mineralization
and associated precious metals in Dariba-Baleshwar area.
1 geologist
2012-13 Rajasthan Title: Investigation for basemetal in Ghatiwala block,
Sikar district, Rajasthan. (Stage: UNFC-G4).
Objective : To delineate the zones of basemetal
mineralization and associated precious metals in Ghatiwala
block south of Nanagwas area.
2 geologist
2012-13 Rajasthan Title: Investigation for basemetal in Palaswala ki Dhani
Block, Sikar district, Rajasthan. (Stage: UNFC-G4).
Objective: To delineate the zones of basemetal
mineralization and associated precious metals in Dariba-
Toda area.
2 geologist
2012-13 Rajasthan Title: Investigation for copper and associated metals in the
Ponkh South Extension Block, Central Khetri Belt,
Jhunjhunun district. Rajasthan. (Stage: UNFC-G4).
Objective : To evaluate potential of Cu and precious metal
mineralisation in the Ponkh South Extension Block, Khetri
Belt.
1 geologist
2012-13 Rajasthan Title:Investigation for base metal and associated gold
mineralization in Rampuriya-Gadariyakhera Block(Stage:
UNFC-G3).
Objective: To assess the base metals and associated gold
mineralization in Rampuriya-Gadariyakhera block.
2 geologist
2012-13 Rajasthan Title: Investigation for basemetals in Pilwa Block, Ajmer
district Rajasthan. (Stage: UNFC-G4).
Objective : To identified the target area for basemetal
mineralization in Pilwa block for detail exploration.
1 geologist
2012-13 &
2013-14
Rajasthan Title: Investigation for basemetal mineralization in Chari
(NW) Block, Udaipur district, Rajasthan. (Stage: UNFC-
G4).
Objective:To assess the basemetal potential in
northwestern extension of Chari Cu deposit.
2 geologist
2012-13 &
2013-14
Rajasthan Title: Investigation for basemetals in Bhimana & Kivarli
blocks, Sirohi District, Rajasthan. (Stage: UNFC-G4).
Objective: Delineation of target areas for detailed
exploration for base metal mineralisation.
2 geologist
2012-13 Gujarat Title: A preliminary assessment of heavy minerals in beach
sands along the coast between Dumas, Surat District and
Tithal, Valsad District, Gujarat. (Stage: UNFC-G4).
Objective: To locate and study heavy mineral potential of
the area.
2 geologist
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2012-13 Gujarat Title: Assessment of the Wollastonite and associated
mineral occurrences in the Dhanpura-Ghoda area of
Banaskantha district, Gujarat. (Stage: UNFC-G4).

Objective: To assess the potentiality of the wollastonite
deposits of Dhanpura-Ghoda area and search for other
strategic minerals, viz. schellite, REE etc.

2 geologist
Industrial and Fertilser minerals
2012-13 Rajasthan Title Item: Search of low silica SMS grade limestone in
Jaisalmer district, Rajasthan. (Stage: UNFC-G4).

Objectivee: To locate low silica SMS (LD-grade) limestone
in view of increasing demand by steel plants
2 geologist
2012-13 Rajasthan Title:Search of low silica SMS grade limestone in Sabbu
ka Toba-AsuTar area, Jaisalmer district, Rajasthan
(Stage: UNFC-G4).
Objective / Projected Outcome: To locate low silica
SMS (LD-grade) limestone in view of
increasing demand by steel plants.
2 geologist
2012-13 Rajasthan Title: Search for low grade phosphorite in Fatehgarh
Formation, J aisalmer district, Rajasthan. (Stage:
UNFC-G4).
Objective: To identify the potential target areas for
detailed investigation in Fatehgarh Formation.
2 geologist
2012-13 Rajasthan Title of the Item: Regional assessment of China clay /
kaolinite in Jahazpur-Mangrop area, Bhilwara district,
Rajasthan (Stage: UNFC-G4).
Objective / Projected Outcome: To assess the quality and
characteristics of known china clay
deposits and to locate new areas for resource survey.
2 geologist
Natural Energy Resources - Lignite
2012-13 Rajasthan Title / Name of the Item: Search for lignite by scout
drilling in Kharicharnan south area in the
Palana basin, Bikaner district, Rajasthan. (Stage: UNFC-
G4).
Objective: To locate lignite bearing blocks and to
establish the stratigraphic set up in the north-central part of
the Palana basin.
2 geologist

Mission-IV

2012-13 Rajasthan Title : Seismic Hazard/ risk microzonation of Greater
Surat town.

2 geologist
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Objective: Preparation of Seismic Hazard/ Risk
microzonation map of Surat town, Gujarat.
2012-13 &
2013-14
Rajasthan Title: Desertification impact assessment in the margin
areas of Thar Desert, Rajasthan.
Objective: To assess the impact of desertification in
fringe areas of Thar desert, Rajasthan.
1 geologist
2012-13 &
2013-14
Rajasthan Title: The study of Quaternary sediments of the saline
lakes of Rajasthan
Objective / Projected Outcome: To study Paleoclimatic
Changes and also search for REEs and other economic
minerals in lacustrine sediments in Thar desert
of Rajasthan
1 geologists
2012-13 &
2013-14
Rajasthan Title: Petrogenetic Evolution of the Bidasar Ophiolite
Suite, Churu district, Rajasthan.
Objective / Projected Outcome: Petrochemical
Characterisation of the `Bidasar Ophiolite Suite in trans-
Aravalli region and to assess its economic potentiality.
2 geologist
2012-13 Rajasthan Title : Search for Vendian - Tommotian life in the
Marwar Supergroup of Rajasthan and their
evolutionary, biogeographic and paleoenvironmental
significance.
Objective / Projected Outcome:
1. To search for life signature
2. To highlight biogeography
3. To bring about global correlation and
paleoenvironmental significance
2 geologist

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ANNEXURE 2C
Shelf of Projects

Sl No. Title/ Objective No. of personnel
Mission-I
Rajasthan
STM
Title: STM of Mesozoic- Tertiary succession in Jaisalmer Basin
with special emphasis on lithostratigraphy and structure.
Objective: To elucidate the stratigraphy, structure and sedimentary
provenance of the area and mark the different bio-stratigraphic zones.
2 geologists
Title: Specialized thematic mapping of Delhi Supergroup of rocks
in parts of Toposheet 45H/2, district Sirohi, Rajasthan
Objective: To bring out structure, tectonics of Kimberlite-
Lamprophyre clan of rock and to search for new locales in the area.
2 geologists
Title: Tectono-stratigraphic investigation of Neoproterozoic Sirohi
group of rocks in southern sector of Delhi Fold belt, NW India
Objective: Elucidation of stratigraphic, structural, depositional, and
contact relationship of Sirohi metasediments and its bearing on the
tectonics and metallogeny of Delhi Fold belt.
2 geologists
Title: STM of the area between Kalinjara and Sallopat in Banswara
district, Rajasthan
Objective: To workout the stratigraphy of the Aravalli Fold Belt and
Identification of potential area for phosphorite and Manganese
deposits.
2 geologists
Title: STM of the area between Khandu and Ghatol in Banswara
district, Rajasthan to differentiate various types of volcanics of AFB
in relation to gold mineralization (Bhukia type) and economic
significance of graphite deposit of the area.
Objective: To workout the significance of volcanics and its role in
mineralization of gold and graphite.
2 geologists
Title: Structure and tectonics of major dislocation zones of
Rajasthan.
Objective: To workout the deformational tectonics of the major shear
zones their significance in the past and present and metallogenic
characteristics.
2 geologists
GCM
Title: Geochemical Mapping in degreesheets 45M covering parts of
Alwar, J aipur and Sikar districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 45 M of Rajasthan
state using multi elemental analyses.
8 geologists
Title: Geochemical Mapping in degreesheets 45L covering parts of
Bhilwara, Chitorgarh and Rajsamand districts, Rajasthan.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 45 L of Rajasthan
state using multi elemental analyses.
8 geologists
RS
Title: Study of lineaments occurring in Rajasthan state through
Remote Sensing and digital analysis.
Objective: To identify various lineaments precisely through remote
2 geologists
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sensing and study their genetic linkage with regional geological
structures, mineralization, geomorphology and seismicity, etc.
Gujarat
STM
Title: Geological Evolution of the Greater and Little Rann of Kachchh
in Gujarat
Objective: To understand Quaternary land-ocean interactions
influencing shoreline evolution of Gujarat coast.
2 geologists
Title: Coastal dynamics study along Eastern and Southern Coast of
Saurashtra, Gujarat
Objective: To elucidate the evolution of coast of the Bhavnagar,
Porbandar and Junagadh districts, Gujarat.
2 geologists
GCM
Title: Geochemical mapping in degree sheet 46 F and adjacent degree
sheet.
Objective: To create a geochemical database of 46F of Gujarat state
using multi elemental analyses.
8 geologists
Mission-II
Rajasthan
Title: Integrated resource survey on 1:50,000 toposheets.
Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: To locate the new mineral deposits in the extensional areas
of known mineral belts, using integrated studies.
2 geologists
Title: Geological and Geochemical investigation of Proterozoic
volcanic rocks in southern sector of Aravalli Delhi Fold belt, NW
India.
Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: Elucidation of contact relationship, identification of
volcanic episodes, development of model for magmatic eruption and
their role in
mineralization.
2 geologists
Title: Investigation for basemetals in the Hingoria block, district
Chittaugarh. Rajasthan.
Stage: UNFC-G3
Objective: To evaluate copper potential in the Hindoli Group of
rocks.
1 geologist
Title: Investigation for basemetal, nickel and associated Au in
Hirantha., Sarkan, Khemaru areas, district Dungarpur, Rajasthan.
Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: To assess the base metal, Nickel and associated Gold
potential in ultramafic and basic and acid tuffaceous rocks along
Rikhabdev ultramafic complex.
2 geologists
Title: Multi metal soil geochemical survey in Anjeni-Kunda area,
district Udaipur, Rajasthan.
Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: To delineate the potential targets for base metal in the
Aravalli rocks in Anjeni-Kunda area.
2 geologists
Title: Study of lateritic profiles in J halawar and Kota districts and
resource evaluation.
2 geologists
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Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: To study Bauxite occurrences with reference to their
mineralogy, geochemistry and genesis in the Deccan volcanic
province over Vindhyans in parts of J halawar and Kota districts and
resource evaluation.
Title: Investigation for basemetals and associated gold in Hingwala
area, districts Dausa/ J aipur, Rajasthan.
Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: To assess the extent and potential of basemetals and
associated gold mineralization in Raialo Group of rocks in Hingwala
area.
1 geologist
Title: Exploration for basemetal mineralization in Raisar area,
district J aipur, Rajasthan.
Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: To establish the base metal and gold potential east of
Raisar area and southeast of Pratapgarh- Nagel prospect.
1 geologist
Title: Investigation for basemetals and noble metals in Maton
Umra- Parola area, district Udaipur, Rajasthan.
Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: To assess the extent and potential of Cu- Ag
mineralization in uraniferous carbon phyllite and of Cu mineralization
within dolomite of Delwara Group of Delhi Supergroup.
1 geologist
Title: Geochemical exploration for base metals in the Proterozoic
Hindoli volcano- sedimentaries around Khamariya- Sawantgarh area,
district Bundi, Rajasthan.
Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: To assess the base metal potential in the Khamariya-
Sawantgarh area.
2 geologists
Title: Re-appraisal of copper prospects in Eastern Khetri Belt,
district J hunjhunu, Rajasthan.
Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: To reassess the Copper potential.
2 geologists
Title: Exploration for copper-gold mineralization in the Usri block
in the Eastern Khetri Copper belt, district J hunjhunu, Rajasthan.
Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: To assess Copper Gold potential.
1 geologist
Title: Exploration for gold mineralization by deep drilling in
Eastcentral Block, Bhukia gold prospect, Ghatol tehsil, district
Banswara, Rajasthan.
Stage: UNFC-G3
Objective: To trace the depth continuity of gold lodes of the
Eastcentral and East Block in the Bhukia area.
1 geologist
Title: Investigation for Gold in the southeastern strike continuity of
Bhukia gold prospect, district Banswara, Rajasthan.
Stage: UNFC-G3
Objective: To locate gold prospect / deposits in Dungaripara -
Kundali -Bargun area, Banwara district, Rajasthan.
1 geologist
Title: Evaluation and classification of pegmatite types in Rajasthan. 2 geologists
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Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: Evaluate the pegmatites for economic minerals,
particularly rare metals and REE contents and classify them using
the current classification scheme.
TITLE: Search for base metals in Hindoli Group of rocks east of
Kapasan, Chittorgarh district, Rajasthan.
Stage: UNFC- G4
OBJECTIVE: To assess the Copper, Lead & Zinc potential.
1 geologist
Title: Investigation for Silver in Bharak Surawas - Rajpura-Dariba
belt, Bhilwara, Rajsamand,Chittorgarh districts, Rajasthan
Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: To investigate silver mineralization in the lower carbonate
unit of the Rajpura- Dariba belt.
1 geologist
Title: Investigation for Silver in Jahazpur belt, Ajmer and Bhilwara
districts, Rajasthan
Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: To investigate silver mineralization in the lower carbonate
unit of the Jahazpur belt.
1 geologist
Title: Exploration for base metal mineralization in Chatrikhera block,
Jasma-Bhupalsagar belt, Chittorgarh district, Rajasthan
Stage: UNFC-G4
Objective: To probe the basemetal mineralization in the northern
extension of Jasma-Bhupalsagar belt.
1 geologist
Gujarat
Title: Investigation for clay minerals -bentonite, china clay, fire clay in
Mesozoics of Gujarat.
Stage: UNFC-G4
Key Words: Clay resource, Mesozoic-Tertiary rocks
Objective: Search for clay in the Mesozoic and Tertiary rock
sequences.
1 geologist
Title: Investigation for Clay Minerals -Lignite in Saurashtra and
Kachchh districts of Gujarat.
Stage: UNFC-G3
Objective: To prepare a comprehensive resource base of clay and
lignite in Gujarat.
2 geologists
Mission-III
Title: Compilation of geological maps on 1:25,000 scale in North
Delhi Fold Belt
and South Delhi Fold Belt.
Objective: Compilation of geological maps of selected belts on the
basis of second generation mapping and specialized thematic
mapping.
2 geologists
Data Management:
Compilation and synthesis and integration of available
geophysical data in electronic format and creation of geophysical
database. This will involve digitizing of data with the use of GIS.

1 Geophysicist
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Mission-IV
Rajasthan
Title: Seismic hazard and Risk microzonation (SHRM) of J aisalmer
city, Rajasthan .
Objective: Preparation of Seismic hazard/Risk microzonation map of
Jaisalmer city, Rajasthan.
2 geologists
Title: Desertification and its status in the margin areas of Thar
desert in parts of Rajasthan.
Objective: Infer the status of Desertification in fringe areas of Thar
desert, Rajasthan.
2 geologists
Title: Geoscientific studies on origin and spread of sand storms in
parts of Rajasthan.
Objective: Infer the likely places of the origin of sand storms and
path followed by them in parts of Rajasthan and analyze the nature
and type of load carried by them in the form of suspended particulate
material chemically and petrographically/ XRD mineralogically for
identification of the chemical and mineral content. The sample
collected shall also be examined for its grain size analysis.
2 geologists
Title: Study of geological control in fluoride contamination in
ground water of district Tonk, Rajasthan.
Objective: To assess the geological reason of fluoride
contamination and finding remedial measures.
1 geologist
Title: Geoenvironmental appraisal of Mount Abu area with special
emphasis on landslide studies, watershed management and
protection and development of monuments and tourist resorts.
Objective: To study geomorphological and geoenvironmental setup
in and around Mount Abu area to delineate land slide prone areas,
protection and prospects of further development of places of tourist
interest.
1 geologist
Title: Geoenvironmental impact analyses in J hunjhunu district,
Rajasthan.
Objective: Geoenvironmental impact analyses of the district
resources and potential hazard Identification for
sustainable development.
1 geologist
Title: Geoenvironmental appraisal study in Udaipur district, Rajasthan
with emphasis on EIA study of marble mining activity.
Objective: Geoenvironmental appraisal of the district with emphasis on
assessment of pollution inflicted by mining activities and suggesting
remedial measures.
1 geologist
Title: Petrographic and ore-petrographic study of basemetal deposits
in different prospects of Rajasthan.
Objective: Detailed petrography/or-petrography of the host rock and
ores of the different basemetal prospects under mineral investigation
in Rajasthan.
2 geologists
Title: Study of Proterozoic biota from the Marwar Supergroup,
Rajasthan.
Objective: 1) Search for metazoan and metaphytes,
2) Temporal distribution of biota,
3) Age and environmental analysis.
1 geologist
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Title: Search for microfossils from Palaeozoic rocks (the Bap and the
Badhaura Formations) of Rajasthan exposed in J odhpur district and its
adjacent areas of Bikaner and J aisalmer districts.
Objective: Systematic search for microfossils like conodont, bryozoa,
marine fish scales, ostracods and foraminifera both in the Bap and
Badhaura Formations; erection of bio-zones in the litho-units of the Bap
and Badhaura Formations; evaluation of the existing
palaeobiogeographic significance with up-date information.
1 geologist
Gujarat
Title: Active fault Studies of IBF and Coastal Faults of Kachchh and
Saurashtra, Gujarat
Objective: To record evidences of reactivation along IBF and other
coastal faults.
1 geologist
Title: Neotectonic studies along Narmada and Mahi rivers of Gujarat
Objective: To study the effects of reactivation of faults on Tertiary,
Quaternary and Holocene sediments along Narmada and Mahi rivers of
Gujarat.
1 geologist
Title: Neotectonic studies along Sabarmati and Hathmati rivers of
Gujarat
Objective: To understand active tectonics along Sabarmati and
Hathmati rivers of Gujarat.
1 geologist
Title: Environmental appraisal of Golden Corridor of Bharuch and
Vadodara districts of Gujarat
Objective: Study of pollution along the Vadodara, Bharuch-
Ankleshwar-Wapi Industrial Tracks, Gujarat.
2 geologists
Title: Search for micro-vertebrate fossils (with special reference to
the Tetrapods) from the Inter-trappean sediments of Kachchh
districts, Gujarat and their phylogenetic and palaeobiogeograhic
significance.
Objective: Systematic search for micro-vertebrates like mammal,
squamate and other reptiles in the Inter-trappean sediments deposited in
and around Anjar and Dayapar areas of Kachchh districts and to bring
out phylogenetic relationship of the individual tetrapods and their
palaeobiogeographic significance.
1 geologist


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ANNEXURE-3A
FINANCIAL OUTLAY AND EXPENDITURE DURING XI PLAN PERIOD
Figures in Lakh Rs.


Year Survey &
Mapping
Mineral
Exploration
Specialised
Investigation
Research &
Developmen
t and other
Exploration
Information
Dissemination
Human Resource
Development
Modernisation
&
Replacement
Plan outlay
without
construction
Budget
Construction Total Plan
Outlay
Outlay/
Expenditu
re
Outlay/
Expenditure
Outlay/
Expenditure
Outlay/
Expenditure
Outlay/
Expenditure
Outlay/
Expenditure
Outlay/
Expenditure
Outlay/
Expenditure
Outlay/
Expenditure
Outlay/
Expenditure
2007-08 14.00/12.
94
138.65/133.31 0.00/0.00 27.34/24.14 77.85/67.67 2045.73/1929.18 73.50/73.27 331.34/311.13 24.23/6.18 355.57/317.31
2008-09 12.10/11.
93
136.15/134.65 0.00/0.00 56.87/55.96 50.48/45.61 2852.85/2821.50 16.00/15.97 271.60/264.12 27.81/26.81 299.41/290.93
2009-10 9.99/9.91 124.00/123.75 0.00/0.00 49.55/48.76 64.77/59.61 3467.70/3463.84 91.25/90.77 339.56/332.80 0.00/0.00 339.56/332.80
2010-11 17.06/16.
36
122.00/118.50 2.55/2.29 24.40/24.35 55.00/54.71 3463.00/3463.67
3219.89(NP)/3219.
53 +243.03
(P)/244.15
36.47/36.29 509.43/504.31 41.94/41.94 551.37/547.49
Mission Fund
Outlay- 229.93
Expenditure
225.13;
D&A Outlay
321.44
Expenditure
322.26.
2011-12 108.50/
58.47
149.00/131.90 21.25/17.84 43.25/41.56 47.50/34.06 3722.82/3689.22
3239.91(NP)/3211.
66
+482.91(P)/477.56
58.43/54.04 895.84/798.58 24.00/23.84 919.84/822.42
91
ANNEXURE-3B

Figures in Lakh Rs.

SCHEME-WISE, QUARTER-WISE DISTRIBUTION OF APPROVED PLAN FUNDS AND ACTUAL EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEARS
2007-08, 2008-09 & 2009-10
2007-08
SCHEME
Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Total Mandays
Approve
d Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expen
diture
Approv
ed
Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expendi
ture
Appro
ved
Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expendi
ture
Approv
ed
Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expen
diture
Total
Outlay
(RE)
Total
Expen
diture

1. Survey &
Mapping

14.00

12.94
1331
2. Mineral
Exploration

138.65

133.31
1466 +
Drilling
3. Specialized
Investigation

0.00

0.04
359
4. R&D and
Other
Exploration

27.34

24.14
301
5. Information
Dissemination

77.85

67.67
6. Human
Research and
Development
(Plan +Non-
Plan)

2045.73

1929.1
8
7. Modernization
and
Replacement

73.50

73.27
8. Construction


24.23

6.18
9. TOTAL 2401.30 2246.7
3

92


2008-09
SCHEME
Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Total Mandays
Approve
d Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expen
diture
Approv
ed
Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expendi
ture
Appro
ved
Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expen
diture
Appro
ved
Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expendi
ture
Total
Outlay
(RE)
Total
Expen
diture

10. Survey &
Mapping

12.10

11.93
1185
11. Mineral
Exploration

136.15

134.65
1294 +
Drilling
12. Specialized
Investigation

0.00

0.00
371
13. R&D and
Other
Exploration

56.87

55.96
191
14. Information
Dissemination

50.48

45.61
15. Human
Research and
Development
(Plan +Non-
Plan)

2852.85

2821.5
16. Modernization
and
Replacement

16.00

15.97
17. Construction


27.81

26.81
18. TOTAL 3152.26 3112.4
3





93


2009-10
SCHEME
Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Total Mandays
Approve
d Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expen
diture
Approv
ed
Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expendi
ture
Appro
ved
Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expen
diture
Appro
ved
Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expendi
ture
Total
Outlay
(RE)
Total
Expen
diture

19. Survey &
Mapping 6.30 2.84 2.00 3.55 40.50 3.21 116.50 1.27 165.30 10.87
1403
20. Mineral
Exploration 103.00 44.92 21.00 34.90 79.00 18.00 51.00 21.70 254.00 119.52
1181 +
Drilling
21. Specialized
Investigation 0.24 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 5.85 1.04 6.09 1.04
260
22. R&D and Other
Exploration 33.50 1.41 16.05 25.10 2.15 11.30 11.30 5.21 63.00 35.11
50
23. Information
Dissemination 41.30 8.48 8.25 26.12 8.62 31.12 31.12 34.41 89.29 71.23
24. Human
Research and
Development
(Plan +Non-
Plan) 1630.35
1362.6
1 1708.84 493.48
1864.0
3 860.00 860.00 828.81 6063.22
3782.5
4
25. Modernization
and
Replacement 17.00 1.26 78.75 83.01 22.47 2.00 2.00 12.15 120.22 101.16
26. Construction
0.00
27. TOTAL
6761.12
4121.4
7

94

2010-12
SCHEME
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 TOTAL MANDAYS
AO(RE) AE AO(RE) AE AO(RE) AE AO(RE) AE AO(RE) AE AO(RE) AE TO
(RE)
TE
28 Survey &
Mapping
20.80 8.93 -3.74 7.81

20.20 5.96 7.00 12.23 12.80 15.50 68.50 24.78 125.56 75.21
29 Mineral
Exploration
110.00 68.83 12.00 48.39 106.00 30.23 1.00 33.05 22.00 29.74 20.00 38.86 271.00 249.12
30 Specialised
Investigation
6.80 2.41 -4.25 -0.12 18.75 10.28 5.00 0.49 0.00 1.40 -2.50 5.67 23.80 20.13
31 R &D and
other
Exploration
27.05 17.15 -2.65 5.99 37.00 11.97 18.75 -2.97 1.00 11.09 -13.50 21.47 67.65 64.70
32 Information
Dissemination
55.00 37.47 0.00 17.25 43.00 15.70 3.00 5.37 0.00 10.87 1.50 2.12 102.50 88.78
33 HRD (P +
NP)
3103.69 2828.76 425.83 799.58 2686.41 1130.84 5.46 1000.03 1141.38 926.57 -110.
43
631.78 7252.34 7317.56
34 Modernisation
&
Replacement
34.47 33.53 2.00 2.38 54.59 19.16 0.00 9.75 4.00 7.97 -0.16 17.16 94.90 89.95
35 Construction 41.94 0.00 0.00 41.94 29.00 0.00 -5.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 23.84 65.94 65.78
36 Total 3399.75 2997.08 429.19 923.22 2994.95 1224.14 35.21 1057.95 1181.18 1009.86 -51.59 742.13 7988.69 7954.38

AO (RE) =Approved Outlay (RE), AE =Actual Expenditure, TO (RE) =Total Outlay (RE), TE=Total Expenditure















95



ANNEXURE-3C
SCHEME-WISE, MONTH-WISE DISTRIBUTION OF APPROVED PLAN FUNDS AND ACTUAL EXPENDITURE FOR 2011-12
Figures in Lakh Rs.
Target vis--visActual Expenditure
April (R) May (R) J une(R) J uly(R) Aug(R) Sept(R) Oct(R) Nov(R) Dec(R) J an(R) Feb Approved
outlay
March,
11
Target
(T)
Exp T Exp T Exp T Exp T Exp T Exp T Exp T Exp T Exp T Exp T
108.50 1.00 1.78 2.75 3.51 4.80 5.61 6.45 6.68 8.15 11.54 11.15 17.31 14.50 20.93 18.25 26.40 23.50 33.69 26.50 40.85 29.70
149.00 5.50 11.36 16.00 19.20 25.00 29.92 32.00 42.78 37.00 54.51 55.00 64.55 66.00 72.37 81.00 80.79 97.00 93.04 110.00 108.01 121.00
21.25 9.15 9.56 9.90 9.96 10.15 10..06 10.30 10.57 10.45 10.77 12.00 10.77 13.20 12.36 24.40 12.34 26.05 12.17 27.95 13.06 28.25
43.25 8.35 9.70 10.75 10.69 14.90 11.45 19.30 13.50 28.62 6.06 32.17 8.11 36.12 9.44 49.63 18.89 61.32 20.09 68.30 27.84 69.87
47.50 5.00 1.45 13.50 12.59 16.50 13.65 23.50 17.37 37.50 18.53 42.00 20.48 45.00 23.64 48.00 30.09 81.00 31.94 89.92 35.12 95.75
3722.82

513.60 520.81 804.35 805.68 1116.90 1121.18 1441.30 1448.24 1755.70 1762.95 2090.10 2124.49 2435.60 2453.67 2775.30 2759.16 3117.45 3057.44 3439.25 3341.77 3766.85
234.24

16.10 13.09 30.50 30.82 57.75 59.10 79.00 76.55 102.50 100.78 129.25 137.13 152.00 155.81 219.00 175.44 264.35 203.64 307.00 224.82 350.25
50.93 15.00 15.69 18.00 17.14 30.00 17.14 45.00 18.79 50.00 26.88 62.00 26.88 70.00 26.88 80.00 27.02 90.00 31.49 100.00 46.88 113.00
7.50 0.25 0.22 0.50 0.32 1.00 0.40 1.75 0.80 2.50 1.28 3.50 1.83 3.75 2.76 4.00 4.56 4.25 5.39 5.50 6.51 6.25
24.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.14 0.00 0.40 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 24.15
4159.75 560.10

570.57 879.25 878.63 1225.00 1211.74 1570.50 1566.13 1920.10 1912.47 2275.30 2282.65 2620.50 2630.83 2973.68 2969.70 3329.76 3291.95 3681.86 3626.87 4034.46
919.84 62.60 62.85 105.40 105.23 165.85 150.62 224.30 194.96 289.97 302.09 366.07 412.60 420.82 486.51 545.78 564.27 670.37 626.29 759.42 703.70 877.82
(R) =Expenditure Reconciled with PAO, @ =Total D & A Allotment ME allotment MV allotment, $ =DTE+OE (V) +P. Service
#=Total D & A +Mission Plan Fund * =D & A Plan +Mission Plan Fund
96

ANNEXURE- 4
MISSION-WISE PRO-RATA RCA EXPENDITURE IN DIFFERENT PROJECTS
VIS- VIS TARGETS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
Sl.
No
.
Item Name of
Officers
Targets Achieveme
nts
Field
Days
Remarks Total Exp.
(Rs.)
Per day
Exp. (Rs.)
MISSION I
Shalini Patil 76
Rinki Das 69

1
(ITEM No.1 : STM/WR/HQ/2009/001)
PETROLOGY, WR
Geological and geochemical investigation
of granitoid bodies of Aravalli Fold belt,
NW India with emphasis on their tectonic
significance.
Athulya Rajan S.

STM -
600 sq km
585
164

POL- 60439/-
OC-16682/-
Wages-74950/-
492/-
M. Lakshmana 47
S. Bangaru Babu 143

Amar Singh 33

POL- 88843/-
OC- 80619/-
Wages- 182385/-
1313/-
2
(ITEM No.2 : GPM/WR/HQ/2010/001)
GEOPHYSICS-I, WR Regional
geophysical gravity-magnetic survey in
Sandmata Complex and South Delhi Fold
Belt A.V.Kulkarni
4200 sq
Km
(Revised
target 3000
sq km)
2150
45



D.C.Naskar 96
Gyanesh
Lashkari
58
S.K.Singh 110
3
(ITEM No.3 : GPM/WR/HQ/2010/002)
GEOPHYSICS-I, WR Regional
geophysical gravity-magnetic survey in
BhilwaraSupergroup in part of Tonk and
Dausadistricts, Rajasthan
Mahendra Singh
4200 sq Km
(Revised target
2100 sq km)
700
112
POL- 54640/-
OC- 45329/-
Wages- 136755/-
897/-
Meena S. Gupta 108 Transferred to CR
S.M. Rangari 4 At Hqrs after
POL-71639/-
OC 41493/-
Wages-194395/-

Maneesh M.John 30 Inducted sinceSept.11
A.K.Jaiswal 97
POL-51881/-
OC 27238/-
Wages-165505/-

S. Rastogi 100
4
(ITEM No.4 : STM/WR/RAJ/2010/003)
STM-I, SU RAJ STM of Delhi
Supergroup of rocks in Thekra,
Kishangarh Bas, Baraud, Bansur areas,
Alwar district, Rajasthan with special
emphasis on locating favourable areas of
copper mineralization.
Gopal Dass
900 sq km 870
153

POL-50000/-
OC 25378/-
Wages-153630/-

1315/-
97

SalimJ aved 140
5
(ITEM No.5 : STM/WR/RAJ/2010/004)
STM-I, SU RAJ STM to evaluate the
relationship between the Mangalwar
Complex and North Delhi Fold Belt
around Lalsot, J aipur and Sawai
Madhopur districts, Rajasthan.
Md Mujaffer Najar
300 sq
km
280
144

POL-36220/-
OC 19823/-
Wages-119340/-
618/-
Sourav Sen 96
6
(New Item)
STM/WR/RAJ /2010/
STM-I, SU RAJ
Specialized thematic mapping of
porphyritic granite, alkali rich (albite
rich) granite plutons and their mafic
enclaves restites of Khetri Fold belt and
North Delhi Fold Belt in Rajasthan,
J hunjhunun district, Rajasthan.
Sandip Neogi
300 sq
km
274
sq km 97
POL- 6310/-
OC- 6813/-
Wages -
35100/-
250/-
Bibin Das 153
7
(ITEM No.6 : STM/WR/RAJ/2010/005)
STM-II, SU RAJ
Specialized thematic mapping of the
southern part of the Pur Banera belt,
Bhilwaradistrict, Rajasthan.
Md Yusuf
Khanday
300 sq
km
295sq
km 154

POL-43223/-
OC 13643/-
Wages-112185/
551/-
203
8
ITEM No.7: STM/WR/RAJ/2010/006)
STM-II, SU RAJ Specialized thematic
mapping of the Trans-Aravalli region,
south of Pali, Pali district, Rajasthan.
K.K. Nayak
Y.S. Bhamboo
600 sq
km
577
sq km 209
POL- 91250/-
OC-42461/-
Wages- 168970/-
535/-
9
(ITEM No.8 : GCM/WR/RAJ /2009/003)
GCM, SU RAJ & CHEMICAL, WR
Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45
O/1 & 45O/5 covering parts of
Ajmer,Tonk and Bhilwara districts,
Rajasthan.
Pawan Kumar 700 sq
km
646
sq km
195 POL-53905/-
OC-34342/-
Wages-166220/-

1305/-

Mohini S. Sathe

130
10
ITEM No.9 : GCM/WR/RAJ /2010/007)
GCM, SU RAJ & CHEMICAL, WR
Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45
O/2 & 45O/6 covering parts of
Ajmer,Tonk and Bhilwara districts,
Rajasthan.
Deepmala S.
Barasagade
700 sq
km
687
sq km
137

POL -55354/-
OC- 26545/-
Wages-101655/-

687/-
Krishna Kumar 140
11
(ITEM No.10 : GCM/WR/RAJ /2010/008)
GCM, SU RAJ & CHEMICAL, WR
Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45
O/3 & 45O/7 covering parts of Ajmer,
Tonk and Bhilwara districts, Rajasthan.
Abhishek Verma
700 sq
km
667
sq km
57
POL-57322/-
OC-25333/-
Wages-92205/-


888/-

(ITEM No.11 : GCM/WR/RAJ /2010/009) Ritu Pragya 700 sq
550 9
700 sq km POL- 31590 /-
98
Choursia*
Abhishek Verma
71
GCM, SU RAJ & CHEMICAL, WR
Geochemical mapping of toposheets 45
O/4 & 45O/8 covering parts of Ajmer,
Tonk and Bhilwara districts, Rajasthan. MausamYadav
km
sq
km
77
OC- 18156 /-
Wages- 49950/-
Paramita Dasarwar 85
12
NEW GCM ITEM: GCM/WR/RAJ /
45O/09 &13
J olly Roy Hiranya
700 sq
km
628
sq km
97
Itemtaken up in Sept.
2011

POL- 23153 /-
OC- 30518 /-
Wages- 42500/-

523/-
RamRatan Singh 96
13
NEW GCM ITEM: GCM/WR/RAJ /
45 O/10 & 14
Ratandeep J auhari
700 sq
km
631
sq km
100
Itemtaken up in Sept.
2011

POL- 5471 /-
OC- 18133 /-
Wages- 33510/-

292/-
Nandita Singh 76
14
NEW GCM ITEM: GCM/WR/RAJ /
45 O/11 & 15
SanaNaqvi
700 sq
km
589
sq km
92
Itemtaken up in Oct.
2011

POL-18470 /-
OC- 10705 /-
Wages- 34155/-

378/-
15
NEW GCM ITEM: GCM/WR/RAJ /

Naveen Kumar
Nigam
270 sq
km
(revised)
224
sq km
67 Item taken up in
Nov.. 2011

POL- 14836 /-
OC- 4645 /-
Wages- 46035/-
978/-
16
(ITEM No.12 : GCM/WR/RAJ /2010/010)
GCM, SU RAJ To provide technical
guidance for Geochemical Mapping
Project to becarried out by DMG, Govt.
of Rajasthan, (under MoU between GSI,
DMG & RSMML, Govt.of Rajasthan)
geochemical mapping of toposheet 45L/1
to L/13 & L/16, 45G/6 to G/16 covering
parts of Chittaurgarh Pali, Pratapgarh,
Rajsamand and Udaipur districts.



Item yet to be initiated by DMG Rajasthan
ArindamDutta

185
R.K. Alla 178

POL- 85866 /-
OC- 44262 /-
Wages- 66110/-

540/-
P.S.Dhote 70

17
(ITEM No.14 : STM/WR/GUJ/2010/012)
STM, SU GUJ Specialized thematic
mapping in the areaof Barda Hill acidic
igneous complex to decipher
emplacement style and petrogenesis of
various extrusive and intrusive rock units.
Md Naushad
600 590 sq km
93

POL-34466 /-
OC- 30110 /-
Wages- 85465/-

920/-
99

S.K. Gupta 69 Shifted to
ItemNo. 16
S.K. Deepankar

190
POL-46437/-
OC-35967/-
Wages-77910/-
P.K.Singh 92
Gurudayal Singh 93
POL-9088/-
OC-23016/-
Wages-67630/-
Proveen Kumar 88
18
H.K.Basheer 85
POL-Nil
OC-6422/-
Wages-710/-


(ITEM No.15 :
GCM/WR/GUJ/2010/013) GCM, SU
GUJ Geochemical mapping of sheet No.
45D/11 & 45D/15
H.B.Sahoo
1400 sq km 2652 sq
km
73
Praveen Kumar 62
Ishwar 151
Shifted to
ItemNo. 15
POL-2860/-
OC-12028 /-
Wages -38725/-
S.K.Gupta 76 POL-12165 /-
OC-34886/-
Wages -62980/-
346/-
S.Shubhadarshini 85
Annie D Nelson 83
19
ITEM No.16 : GCM/WR/GUJ/2010/014)
GCM, SU GUJ Geochemical mapping of
sheet No. 46F/12 & 46F/16
V.S.Modi
700 sq km 1963 sq
km
91

POL-40002/-
OC-23360 /-
Wages -37200/-
388/-
S.K. Gupta
20
(ITEM No.17 :
GCM/WR/GUJ/2009/004) GCM, SU
GUJ To provide technical guidance for
Kachchh Geochemical Mapping Project
to be carried out by GMRDS/CGM, Govt.
of Gujarat, Gandhinagar (under MoU
Phase-II)
C. Srikarni

No. of field
days related
to work
fromCGM


21
(ITEM No.18 : RP/WR/GUJ/2009/005)
HM, SU GUJ Use of Hyperspectral
Remote Sensing Data for the search of
mineralised provinces/ areas in
Precambrain terrain of Eastern and
Northern Gujarat.
Sanjay Das

31
Related to
work from
ISRO
(SARC)
Transferred
GSI TI
POL-3800/-;
OC-971/-;
Wages- 800/-.

397/-
Mission II

Babu Lal 5
Retired in J an
11
D.C.Naskar(PT) 192
A.V.Kulkarni(PT
)
136
1
(ITEM No.20 :
GPS/WR/HQ/2009/006) GEOPHYSICS-
II, WR Geological and geochemical
investigation of granitoid bodies of
Aravalli Fold belt, NW India with
emphasis on their tectonic significance.
Manjeet Kumar
140 Lkm 75.5 Lkm
95
POL-60103/-
OC-62100/-
Wages-238585/-
732/-
100
Pushpraj Singh 65
2
(ITEM No.21 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/015)
GEOPHYSICS-II, WR Investigation for
basemetal mineralization in the northern
part of theSalampura block, Pur-Banera
belt, Bhilwara district, Rajasthan.
D.C.Naskar(PT)
A.V.Kulkarni(PT
)
Not to be taken up as per
recommendation of TERM REVIEW
COMMITTEE

3
ITEM No.22 : ME/WR/RAJ /2010/016)
GEOPHYSICS-II, WR
Investigation for polymetallic
mineralization associated with possibly
an IOCG type deposit, district Pali,
Rajasthan.
D.C.Naskar(PT)
A.V.Kulkarni(PT)

Not to be taken up as per
recommendation of TERM REVIEW
COMMITTEE

4
(ITEM No.23 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/017)
GEOPHYSICS-II, WR Exploration for
basemetal and associated gold in Dantali
block, J aipur district, Rajasthan.
D.C.Naskar(PT)
A.V.Kulkarni(PT
)

Item kept in abeyance in absence of
clearance fromWild life authorities.

S.K.Biswas 94
RadheShyam 10
Vivek Kumar 129
5
(ITEM No.24 : 2010-
12/SER/WR/HQ/2010/018)
GEOPHYSICS-III, WR Geophysical
logging of boreholes of mineral
investigations in Western Region.
Gyanesh Lashkari
BH Geophy.
Logging -

BH
Geophy.
Logging
6365.5 m

85
POL-123309/-
OC-63399/-
Wages-61613/-
812/-
Srikrishna Yadav 174
6
(ITEM No.25 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/019)
IRON ORE, SU RAJ Investigation for
ferrous and associated metallic minerals
in south Rajasthan.
H.C. Sahu
Reco trav.
(1:25k).- 100
sq km
DM(1:5K) .-
20 sq km
Reco trav.
(1:25k).-
110 sq km
DM(1:5K)
.- 21 sq
km
170
POL-54442/-
OC-21934/-
Wages-207761/-
1164/-
7
ITEM No.26: ME/WR/RAJ /2010/020)
GOLD, SU RAJ Investigation for gold
and associated basemetal mineralization
in J agpura Block, Banswara district,
Rajasthan.
Sanjay Singh DM(1:2K) .-
1.0 sq km
Pitting
Trenching:.-
10 cum
DM(1:2K)
.- 1.0
sq km
Pitting
Trenching
:.- 10 cu
m
154 POL- 51767/-
OC- 26420/-
Wages-142630/-
1434/-
8
(ITEM No.27 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/021)
GOLD, SU RAJ Investigation for gold
and copper mineralization in Gundelapara
NW Block, Banswara district, Rajasthan
Amit Srivastava Drilling :-
1200 m
Pitting
Trenching:.-
10 cum
Drilling :-
1312.10 m
Pitting
Trenching
:.- 12
cum
131

POL- 42980/-
OC- 21200/-
Wages-332060/-
3024/-
9
(ITEM No.29 : MIP/WR/RAJ /2009/011)
BASEMETAL-I, SU RAJ Investigation
L.M.S. Maura

LSM (1:10k) :-
16 sq km
LSM
(1:10k) :-
122

Transferred to
FTC Zawar
POL-56675/-
OC-7530/-
1200/-
101
for basemetals in Karoi-Rajpura area,
Pur-Banera Belt, Bhilwara district,
Rajasthan.
Pradip Bharati DM(1:2K) :-
0.40 sq km
19.5 sq
km
DM
(1:2K) :-
0.60 sq
km
96 Wages-197455/-
A.V.Kulkarni 27
10
ItemNo 29 Addl Item
Geophysical studies in Karoi-Rajpura
area, Pur-Banera Belt, Bhilwara district,
Rajasthan
M.Lakshmana

11
POL-21143/-
OC-10876/-
Wages-35235/-
1770/-
B.R. Bejarniya

154

11
(ITEM No.30 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/015)
BASEMETAL-I,SU RAJ Investigation
for basemetal mineralization in the
northern part of the Salampura block,
Pur-Banera belt, Bhilwara district,
Rajasthan.
Gyaneshwar
Singh
Drilling :-
1200 m

Drilling :-
1076.50 m

79
POL- 53858/-
OC- 46619/-
Wages-171315/-
1166/-
D.B. Jena

196

12
(ITEM No.31 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/016)
BASEMETAL-I,SU RAJ Investigation
for polymetallic mineralization associated
with possibly an IOCG type deposit,
district Pali, Rajasthan. U.K.Das
DM(1:2K) :-
1.00 sq km
(Revised
1.50sqkm)
Drilling :-
400 m
DM(1:2K)
:- 1.40
sq km
Drilling :-
273.25 m 110
POL-57116//-
OC-39266/-
Wages-270460/-
1451/-
J .U Rao 229
A.N. Kamble 191
13
(ITEM No.32 : MIP/WR/-/2009/010)
RSAS,SU RAJ Ground re-evaluation of
airborne geophysical anomalies by
integrated geological and Geochemical
surveys between Rampuriya and
Gadariyakhera village, Bhilwara District,
Rajasthan.
Ashok Singh
DM(1:5K) .-
2.0 sq km
(revised 3.0 sq
km).Pitting
Trenching:.-
50 cu m
(Revised 75
cum)
DM(1:5K)
.- 3.0 sq
km
Pitting
Trenching
:.- 125 cu
m
89
POL-74308/-
OC-33186/-
Wages-276520/-
786/-
Vinod S.
Barahate

196
14
(ITEM No.33 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/023)
RSAS,SU RAJ Integrated re-evaluation
of multisensor aerogeophysical anomalies
in Kamalpura Block situated between
already explored Banera Reserve Forest
Block and Devpura Block of the Pur-
BaneraBelt, Bhilwara district Rajasthan.
K. Rab Ansari
DM(1:2K) .-
2.0 sqkm
Pitting
Trenching:.-
50 cum

DM(1:2K)
.-
1.90
sqkm
Pitting
Trenching
:.- 43.0
cum
Reconnoit
ery
traverses
&
sampling.
170
POL-35638/-
OC-24393/-
Wages-268785/-
898/-
102
15
(ITEM No.34 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/024)
RSAS,SU RAJ Ground re-evaluation of
airborne geophysical anomalies by detail
geological mapping and systematic
geochemical sampling between Jaunla-
Danota in Agucha-Malpura-Chaksu flown
belt district Tonk, Rajasthan.
Amit Kr Awasthi DM(1:2K) .-
1.0 sqkm
Pitting
Trenching:.-
50 cum

DM(1:2K)
.- 1.0
sqkm
Pitting
Trenching
:.- 43
cum
Reconnoit
ery
traverses
&
sampling
125 POL-40877/-
OC-17047/-
Wages-186030/-
1952/-
16
(ITEM No.35 : MIP/WR/RAJ /2009/016)
BASEMETAL-II,SU RAJ Regional
assessment of basemetal and associated
gold in Dholpura area, J aipur
district,Rajasthan.
R.S. Rao LSM (1:25k) :-
175 sq km

LSM
(1:25k) :-
175 sq
km

109 Work completed
Officer with
Hqr duty
POL-24518/-
OC-19082/-
Wages-105425/-
1367/-
17
(ITEM No.36 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/025)
BASEMETAL-II,SU RAJ Investigation
for basemetal in Mahawa Block, Sikar
district, Rajasthan.
Vivek Sharma Drilling :-
1200 m

Drilling :-
1190.70 m

264 POL-45776/-
OC-31899/-
Wages-251695/-
Bulbul Mondal 90
18
(ITEM No.37 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/026)
BASEMETAL-II,SU RAJ Investigation
for basemetal in Mahawa East Block,
Sikar district, Rajasthan
P.R.Sahu(PT)
DM(1:2K) .-
0.75 sq km
(revised)
LSM -10 sq
km

DM(1:2K)
.- 0.73
sq km
10 sq km

52
POL-49060/-
OC-33421/-
Wages-285445/-
2
1159/-
Israil Khan 292
19
(ITEM No.38 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/027)
BASEMETAL-II,SU RAJ Investigation
for copper and associated precious metals
in Khera block,Mundiyawas-Khera area,
Alwar district,Rajasthan.
P.R.Sahu(PT)
DM(1:2K) .-
0.75 sq km
(revised)

DM(1:2K)
.- 0.55
sq km
Drilling :-
521.20 m

19
POL-40651/-
OC-40450/-
Wages-343880/-
1332/-
20
(ITEM No.39 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/017)
BASEMETAL-II,SU RAJ Exploration
for basemetal and associated gold in
Dantali block, J aipur district, Rajasthan.

P.N. Sahoo Drilling :-
NIL m

Drilling :-
NIL m

12

(Itemkept in
abeyancedue
inabsence of
clearance from
wildlife
authorities.)
POL-3791/-
OC-4319/-
Wages-19400/-
2292/-
P.N.Sahoo 166


21
(ITEM No.40 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/028)
BASEMETAL-II,SU RAJ Investigation
for basemetal in west of Nanagwas area,
Sikar district, Rajasthan
Sourav Khan
DM(1:2K) .-
1.0 sq km
(1.25 sq km)

DM(1:2K)
.- 1.25
sq km

141
POL-30536/-
OC-38146/-
Wages-215570/-
1000/-
103
M.S.Bhaise

135 POL-31645/-
OC-9844/-
Wages-149040/-
S.J .Brahmha 49
22
Investigation for basemetal in Dariba
(ITEM No.41 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/029)
BASEMETAL-II,SU RAJ North Block,
Sikar district, Rajasthan.
Harman Mahanta
DM(1:2K) .-
1.0 sq km
(revised sq
km)

DM(1:2K)
.- 3.0
sqkm

25
POL-30450/-
OC-13571/-
Wages-174960/-
755/-
Subhash Yadav 171 POL- 108968/-
OC- 60905/-
Wages- 308330/-
2797/-
23
(ITEM No.42 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/030)
IFOM,SU RAJ Search of low silica SMS
grade limestone in J iraj ka Toba Asu
Tar area, J aisalmer district, Rajasthan B.S.J odha
LSM (1:10k) :-
4 sq km
Auger drilling
:- 800 m
LSM
(1:10k) :-
4 sq km
Auger
drilling :-
539.15 m

2


S.K. Dutta 155
24
(ITEM No.43 : ME/WR/RAJ/2010/031)
IFOM,SU RAJ Regional assessment of
low grade phosphorite occurrences of
Kalinjara, east of Sallupat, Banswara
district, Rajasthan.
Aneesh Kumar
S.R.
Reco
trav(1:25k).-
400 sq km
Pitting
Trenching:.-
30 (Revised 25
cu m.) cum
Reco
trav(1:25k
).- 260
sq km
Pitting
Trenching
:.- 30
cum
102
POL-118775/-
OC-56413/-
Wages-112655/-


1120/-
B.S. Jodha 198
S.Sridharan

176
25
(ITEM No.44 :
ME/WR/CW/RAJ/2010/032)
LIGNITE,SU RAJ Search for lignite by
scout drilling in Phalki North area in the
Nagaur south sub-basin, Nagaur district,
Rajasthan.
Bijoy Ashish Sen
Drilling :-
4950 m

Drilling :-
3013 .50
m

138
POL-91720/-
OC- 64528/-
Wages-174120/-
645/-
26
(ITEM No.45 : ME/WR/GUJ/2010/033)
MI,SU GUJ Investigation for copper and
associated minerals in Amlimal area,
Banaskantha district, Gujarat.
P.K. Singh Geological
mapping
(1:1000) -
0.50 sq km
Pitting
Trenching:.-
As necessary
Geologica
l mapping
(1:1000) -
0.65 sq
km
Pitting
Trenching
:.- 30 cu
m
106 POL-31706/-
OC-12305/-
Wages-62270/-
867/-
27
(ITEM No.46 : ME/WR/GUJ/2010/034)
MI ,SU GUJ Search for titaniferous
bauxite in the area around Ukheda,
Daban, Wamoti Nani and Khanpur,
Kachchh district, Gujarat.
Anup Kumar LSM (1:25k) :-
150 sq km
Pitting
Trenching:.-
2 cu.m.
LSM
(1:25k) :-
150 sq
km
Pitting
Trenching
:.- 6 cu
165 POL-58052/-
OC- 20015/-
Wages- 133529
/-
1292/-
104
m
MISSION-IV
V.P. Sharma 94

SurendraPrasad 68 Shifted to
Paleontology
Divn.
Maneesh Khar 12 Shifted to
E.Q.Geo. Divn.
Manoj Kr Kaistha

As per request of the
sponsoring agency
93

1
(ITEM No.63 : EG/WR/HQ/2010/043)
ENGINNERING GEOLOGY, WR
Geotechnical Evaluation of Water
Resources Development Projects in
Rajasthan and Gujarat.
S.Pareek

47

2
(ITEM No.64 : EG/WR/HQ/2009/028)
ENGINNERING GEOLOGY & RS, WR
Detailed Project Report (DPR) Stage
geotechnical investigation for Par-Tapi-
NarmadaLink Project.
Manish Khar
(PT)
As per request of the
sponsoring agency
Nil No request from
Sponsoring
Agency to take
up thework

3
(ITEM No.65 : EG/WR/HQ/2010/044)
ENGINNERING GEOLOGY, WR
Geotechnical evaluation of transportation
and communication projects in Rajasthan
S. Pareek (PT) As per request of the
sponsoring agency
10

R. Sanwal (PT)

35 Transferred to
GSI Chennai
J anak Raj 42 Promoted to
Director
POL-9961/--
Wages2119/-
157/-
Maneesh Khar
4
(ITEM No.66 : SEI/WR/HQ/2010/045)
EARTHQUAKE GEOLOGY, WR
Seismic Hazard/ microzonation of Surat
town.
S.M.Rangari

39
37


M.Laskshamana
(PT)
90
S. Bangaru Babu
(PT)
-
Pushp Raj Singh
8

POL-32048/-
OC- 30175/-
Wages- 71573 /-
712 5
(ITEM No.67 : SEI/WR/HQ/2010/045)
GEOPHYSICS-I, WR Seismic Hazard/
microzonation of Surat town.
S.V.N.Chandrashek
har
Geophysical
studies
HSS 100
sites
DMEQ- 100
sites
VES- 100
sites
PS Logging-
600m
Geophysical
studies
HSS 41
sites
DMEQ- 37
sites
VES- 41
sites
PS Logging-
Nil
62
6
(ITEM No.69 : ENV/WR/HQ/2009/034)
DESERT & ENVIRONMENT, WR
Geoscientific studies of calcrete
occurrences in selected fluvial and
lacustrine basins in Thar Desert of
Rajasthan.
Pralay Mukherjee
(PT)

Compilation
and
preparation
of
geomorphic
and
122 POL-77673/-
OC- 17267/-
Wages- 36225/-
1075/-
105
Quaternary
geological
map: 250
sq.km
Section
studies-
55.9m
.Samples
collection:
XRF: 48
Nos.,XRD:8
Nos. Petro.
study: 46
Nos. , TL
Dating: 7
Nos.
Oxygen
Isotope: 28
Nos. ,
Palynologic
al- 6
P.C. Srivastava

99
7
(ITEM No.70 : ENV/WR/HQ/2010/047)
DESERT & ENVIRONMENT, WR
Study of arsenic and heavy metal
pollution in and around known
polymetallic sulphides mineral belts and
gold prospects and lignite belt, Dausa,
Banswara, Udaipur, Nagaur, Bikaner and
Barmer districts, Rajasthan
Pralay Mukherjee
(PT)

Compilation
of Thematic
maps:-
Geological
Geomorphol
ogical,
Slope map,
Land use-
850 sqkm
Soil map
610sqkm
Coll.. of
samples :-
G.water -
174, Surface
Water- 11
Soil -159
nos. Crops
6.
Nil
POL-51486/-
OC-15566/-
Wages-39160/-
1072/-
106

8 (ITEM No.72 : RP/WR/HQ/2009/033)
PALAEONTOLOGY, WR Search for
Vendian life in the Marwar Supergroup of
Rajasthan and their evolutionary,
biogeographic and paleo-environmental
significance(Modified )
S.Prasad Rec. Traverse
1:50 000
225 sq km
Rec.
Traverse
1:50 000
230 sq km
,
55

Itemtaken up in Sept. 2011.
POL-42407/-
OC-18699/-
Wages-12420/-
1337/-
107
ANNEXURE 5
PROGRESS & PENDENCY REPORT OF CHEMICAL ANLYSES OF NGCM SAMPLES

Sl.N. Item Particular
Pkg A Pkg B Pkg C Pkg D Pkg E Pkg F Pkg G Pkg H Pkg I 1 Machine Capacity
in the Region [nos
of sample per
month]
400 200 150 150 250 +250 (Op.
Gujarat)
200 - 600 -
Pkg A Pkg B Pkg C Pkg D Pkg E Pkg F Pkg G Pkg H Pkg I 2 Capability to
analyze in the
Region[nos of
samples] per month
200 Nil 100 75 250 200 -
1000
(Machine
working in
two shifts)
-


Month Oct-
11
Nov-11 Dec-
11
J an-
12
Feb
-12
Mar
-12
Apr-
12
May
-12
J un
-12
Jul-
12
Aug
12
Sep-
12
Total
Collected Total Number of samples collected : 22096 (Raj) (5765 Composite +612 Regolith C
horizon) +5933 (Guj) (1449 Composite +114 Regolith C horizon). Grand Total 28029
(7214 Composite +726 Regolith C horizon)
Submitted to lab Total number of sample submitted since 2001 02 : - 8129.
Analyses Reported [upto month of- September, 2011 ] [upto Field Season 2009 10].. Pkg A 8129, Pkg B 7580,
Pkg C 7989, Pkg D 6881, Pkg E 7893, Pkg F 3931, Pkg G 5415, Pkg H - 8099, Package I 0. Number of
sample brought forwarded from the previous Years into the current Season upto Sept,11 : Pkg A Nil , Pkg B 549
Pkg C 140, Pkg D 1248, Pkg E 236, Pkg F 4198, Pkg G 2714, Pkg H 30 and Pkg I 8129.
Pkg A Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil
Pkg B Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil
Pkg C 48 52 40 Nil
Pkg D Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil
Pkg E Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil
Pkg F Nil. Nil. Nil. 87
Pkg G 268 384 782 785 495
Pkg H Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil. Nil
Pkg I Nil Nil Nil Nil. Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pendency [upto end of the month(Sep,11] [upto end of Field Season 2009 10]
3 Total Nos. of
samples collected
and Pendency upto
Field Season 2009
10 [since
beginning of
NGCM
programme]
.
Pkg A Nil Nil. Nil. Nil Nil
108
Pkg B 539 539. 549 549 Nil
Pkg C 92 40 Nil. Nil Nil
Pkg D 1248 1248 1248 115
7
319
Pkg E 236 236 236 Nil Nil
Pkg F 4198 4198 4198 222
3
666
Pkg G 2446 2446 1664 495 Nil
Pkg H Ni Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pkg I 8129 8129 8129 8129 Nil

Month Oct Nov Dec J an Feb Mar Apr May J un J ul Aug Sep Total
Collected Nil Nil 40 36 Nil 195 Nil 12 94 103 Nil Nil
Submitted to lab Nil Nil 40 36 Nil 195 Nil 12 94 103 Nil Nil
Analyses Reported during the month of -
Pkg A Nil Nil Nil 40 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 24 96 Nil
Pkg B Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pkg C Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pkg D Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pkg E Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pkg F Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pkg G Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pkg H Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 197 36 Nil 106
Pkg I Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pendency [upto the end of the month:-]
Pkg A Nil Nil 40 36 36 231 231 337 337 416 320 320
Pkg B Nil Nil 40 76 76 271 271 377 377 480 480 480
Pkg C Nil Nil 40 76 76 271 271 377 377 480 480 480
Pkg D Nil Nil 40 76 76 271 271 377 377 480 480 480
Pkg E Nil Nil 40 76 76 271 271 377 377 480 480 480
Pkg F Nil Nil 40 76 76 271 271 377 377 480 480 480
Pkg G Nil Nil 40 76 76 271 271 377 377 480 480 480
Pkg H Nil Nil 40 76 76 271 271 377 180 247 247 247
4 Total Nos of
samples collected
/analyzed during
the Current Field
Season 2010 - 12
Pkg I Nil Nil 40 76 76 271 271 377 377 480 480 480

109
Month Oct-
11
Nov-
11
Dec
11
J an
12
Feb.12 Total
Collected Nil 62 101 282 525
Submitted to lab Nil 62 101 282 525
Analyses Reported during the month of -
Pkg A 42 45 Nil Nil Nil
Pkg B Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pkg C Nil Nil Nil 52 42
Pkg D Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pkg E Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pkg F Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pkg G Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pkg H 103 Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pkg I Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pendency [upto the end of the month:-]
Pkg A 278 295 396 678 1203
Pkg B 480 542 643 925 1090
Pkg C 480 542 643 873 1356
Pkg D 480 542 643 925 1769
Pkg E 480 542 643 469 994
Pkg F 480 542 643 925 2116
Pkg G 480 542 643 925 1608
Pkg H 38 100 201 467 992
Total Nos of
samples
collected
/analyzed
during the
Current Field
Season 2010 -
12
Pkg I 480 542 643 7014 1450

Tendering for outsourcing of analysis of Package I ; Outsourcing process is in progress.

110

Table 1

YEARWISE, STATEWISE REPORT PENDENCY (2002 -03 to 2009 10)
Progress as on 29.02.2012.

Region Total No. of
Progress
reports upto
31.12.10
Reports
released
during
March.
2011
Total No.
of Progress
Report
Pending as
on
01.04.2011
Reports
released
during
May.
2011
Reports
released
during
J une
2011
Reports
released
during
September
2011
Total No. of
Progress Report
Pending as on
01.11.2011
WR 9 (GCM
reports upto
2008 09) +
4(GCM reports
of 2009-10) +
32
4 13 +28 =
41
3 GCM +
7 =10
10
GCM
+21=31
2 GCM 4 GCM+
0 =4*
* 2009-10 interim reports

Table-2

DATA UNIVERSE ON REGION WISE MISSION WISE STATUS OF PENDING PROGRESS
REPORTS (upto F.S. 2009-10)
(As on 29.02..2012)

M-I M-II M-III M_IV Total no.
Of
Progress
Report
Pending
upto
29.02.2012
Region
G
M

S
T
M

G
C
M

(
i
n
t
e
r
i
m
)

G
P
M

A
S


(
A
B
S
,

A
S
G
E
,

E
T
C
)

M
C
S

M
I

COAL-
LIGNITE D
B
,

M
A
P

M
U
L
T
I

D
I
S
C
I
P
L
I
N
A
R
Y


(
G
T
,
E
Q
,

E
N
V
,
E
T
C
)

F
U
N
D
A
M
E
N
T
A
L

(
R
D
)

Western
Region
HQ
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Op.
Rajasthan
0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Op.
Gujarat
0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Western
Region
M I : 4 M II : 0 M III
: 0
M IV : 0 4









111
Table-3

Region wise year wise Status of Pending Progress Reports (all reports as well as mineral investigation)
upto 29
th
February 2012

Regio
n
Total no. of
Progress Reports
Pending upto
31.5.11
1
9
9
8
-
8
9

&

e
a
r
l
i
e
r

1
9
9
9
-
0
0

2
0
0
0
-
0
1

2
0
0
1
-
0
2

2
0
0
2
-
0
3

2
0
0
3
-
0
4

2
0
0
4
-
0
5

2
0
0
5
-
0
6

2
0
0
6
-
0
7

2
0
0
7
-
0
8

2
0
0
8
-
0
9

2
0
0
9
-
1
0

All reports 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4
Only MI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
WR
Only GCM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4




Table-4

NGCM report status (more than 40 elements) upto 29
th
Februaray, 2012

Region Data
universe
since
inception
(F.S. 2001-
02 to 2008-
09)
Interim
reports
released
during
Qtr. Oct.
Dec.10
Interim
reports
released
during
Jan.
May11
Progress
reports
released
during
Jan.
May11
Final
Reports
circulated
Interim
reports
released
during
J une.
2011.
Interim
reports
released
during
Sept.
2011.
WR 10 +4* 1 2 1 0 5 2

* 4 interim reports of F.S. 2009-10



112
ANNEXURE 7
STATUS OF UPLOADING IN GSI PORTAL UPTO 29
th
FEBRUARY, 2012

Sl.
No.
Component Data universe
(total volume of
data)
Achievement
during F.S.
2008-09 &
2009-10
Target
10/09 -
12/09
Achievem
ent during
F.S.
10/09
12/09
Achievem
ent during
April
2010-June
2010
Achievemen
t during J uly
2010-Sep.
2010
Achievement
during Oct
2010-June
2011
Achievement
during July
2011- Sep.
2011
Total
(Cumulative
Achievemen
t) up to
29.02.2012
Remarks
Uploading of Legacy
FSP and Extended
abstract (EA)
FSP
22 Years



FSP 282 (2008-09)
843(2009-10)
292 nos. 183 nos. 250 nos. 45 nos. Nil. 1170 nos.
1
EA 282 (2008-09)
819(2009-10)
299 nos. 109 nos. 250 nos. 37 nos. Nil 1138 nos.
2 Metadata of
unpublished reports
4502 reports 4345 nos.
(2008-09)
154 nos. (2009-
10)

Nil

9 nos.
22 nos. 36 nos. Nil

4502 nos.

3 Actual unpublished
reports post- 2004***
399 nos. 30 nos.
(2009-10)
336 nos.
(2009-10)
223 nos. 6 nos. 22 nos. 33 nos. Nil 399 nos.
4 Actual unpublished
reports pre-2004 ***
2469 (Total
2412 reports to
be keyed in for
uploading)
Nil
(2008-09)
57 nos.
(2009-2010)
Nil Nil 55 nos. 846 nos. 85 nos. 1046 nos.
5 1:50,000 geological
maps for map service
806 maps 450 (2008-
2009)
311 (2009-
2010)
37 nos. 58 nos. 112 nos. N il 806 maps
uploaded

6 Marine maps:
(a) EEZ TW
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
7 Coal exploration block
maps (1:10000)
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
Pay roll data(no. or
records of employees)
703 nos.
HRMIS

703 nos.
8
Group A and B 251 nos.
(cludes Gr-B

Uploadi
ng of
HRMIS
data
complet
ed
113
Non- Gaz.)
Group C 360 nos.
(includes
erstwhile Gr- D)



9. Photographs for photo
gallery
189 (2008-
2009)
184 (2009-
2010)
140 nos. 21 nos. 8 nos. 10 nos Nil 383 nos.
10 Published papers maps 31DRM (Raj)
30MBM (Raj)
68 QGM
18 DRM (Guj)
18 MBM (Guj)
31 DRM,
2 Archaival
maps,
43 metadata
QGM
47 QGM
images (2008-
2009)
27 nos. MBM
Nil 4 nos.
MBM
2 nos. MBM 8 nos. MBM,
17 nos.
QGM

Nil 31 DRM,
30 MBM,
3 Pub. Paper
Maps,
68 QGM
18 DRM
(Guj)
18 MBM
(Guj)

QGM 68 34 (2008-09) Nil Nil 17 nos. Nil 68 QGM
DRM 31 31 (2008-09) Nil Nil Nil 49 DRM
MBM 30 Nil 4 nos. 2 nos. 8 nos. Nil 31 MBM
GMSR NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
EntireIndia NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

Marine maps Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
11 Case Studies 17 nos. (2008-
2009)
61 nos. (2009-
2010)
38 nos. 3 nos. 2 nos. 3 nos. Nil 70 nos. 67
uploade
d +3 of
other
regions
114
ANNEXURE 8

Case study from Geological Survey of India Western Region Uploaded in GSI Portal
Mission - I
State _____Rajasthan Author(s) F.S.
1 Flow Stratigraphy: A Case Study from Siwana Area, Barmer District, Rajasthan V.K.Chittora 1991-92
2 Ranthambhor Quartzite and its overlying sequence: a new study from Sawai Madhopur area, Rajasthan D.B.Guha
3 Rikhabdev Ultramafic Suite, Udaipur district, Rajasthan Benudhar Behera
4 Agri-Geochemical Interpretation and Environmental Application: Study Based on NGCM Programme in
Rajasthan
Afroz Chishti
5 Pictorial depiction of structures of the rocks of Trans-Aravalli region Pushpesh Narayan
and Pawan Kumar

6 Groundwater related problems of J aipur city and suitable water harvesting scheme
7 Quaternary geological and morphostratigraphic studies of Sukri river basin, Rajasthan Suresh Pareek
8 Discovery of hitherto unknown ophiolite suite of rocks in Trans-Aravalli Region, Rajasthan. S. Mukhopadhyay
and
A.K.Bhattacharya

State ____Gujarat
9 Stratigraphy and sedimentation history of the Champaner Group, Gujarat C. Srikarni and
Sanjay Das

10 Proterozoic granites of North Gujarat C.Srikarni
11 A Reappraisal of stratigraphy of the Aravalli Supergroup of rocks around Santrampur & J halod, Dahod district,
Gujarat
P.K.Singh 2007-08 &
2008-09
Other Region
12 Stream sediment survey in Simlipal volcano plutonic basin in Mayurbhanj district, Orissa. Zafiruddin Iqbal
Mission - II
State _____Rajasthan
13 Iron oxide (REE) type of mineralization: Trans-Aravalli region, Rajasthan A.K. Bhattacharya,
Pushpesh Narayan
and Pawan Kumar

14 Investigation for Gold and associated Basemetal Mineralization in Rajpura Area, Udaipur District, Rajasthan Amit Srivastava
15 Investigation for Gold and associated Basemetal Mineralization in Bharkundi Area, Dungarpur District, Rajasthan Amit Srivastava
16 Case history of Bhukia gold prospect, Banswara district, Rajasthan M. Karunaker
Reddy and R.L. J at
1990-2009
17 An unusal rock With Gold Mineralization - A case study from Dugocha area Suresh Chander
and I. R. Kirmani
1998 to 2002
115
18 Geophysical Exploration for Basemetals in Manaksas-J odhpura Area, J hunjhunu District, Rajasthan L.N.Singh et.al. 2006-07
19 GIS based geochemical Similarity analysis in prognostication of basemetal deposits - A case study from
Pindwara - Watera sector of SDFB of Rajasthan
Debkumar
Bhattacharyya and
I.R. Kirmani
1998-99
20 Nature and the antiquity of ancient metallurgical slags found in Rajasthan and Gujarat A. K. Grover
21 Mineral Prognostication - Karoi-Rashmi Area of Pur Banera Belt, Rajasthan R. P. Nagar and
Dr. Pankaj Saini

22 Geo-botanical Guides for prospecting basemetal mineralization V. K. Kanchan
23 Cu-Ag mineralization in Baniwala ki Dhani-Dokan Meena-ka-Nangal area, tehsil, Nim Ka Thana, district Sikar,
Rajasthan
Shubhabrata
Mukhopadhyay and
Dr. Apurba Banerjee
2007-08
24 Gold mineralization in the Precambrian rocks of Rajasthan I. R. Kirmani and Dr.
Fareeduddin

25 Investigation for copper and associated metals in Maota Block, Central Khetri Belt, J hunjhunu district, Rajasthan L.N.Singh,
R.R.Singh and
C.N.Verma

26 Feldspathic rocks and sulphide mineralization - Ghagri area, Salumber tehsil, Udaipur district, Rajasthan Fareeduddin and
I.R. Kirmani
2005-06
27 Investigation for ferrous and associated metallic minerals in the extension zone of known iron deposits in Bagholi
area, J hunjhunun district, Rajasthan.
R.R. Singh
28 Regional Assessment of Clay in Bikaner, Nagaur and Pali Districts of Rajasthan J .V.Natani
29 Potash Deposit of Nagaur-Ganganagar Basin of Rajasthan K. Mahendra Reddy 1973-91
30 A Case Study on Emerald Mineralization in Rajasthan R.S.Garkhal
31 Commercial Granite Resource Survey in Rajasthan V. P. Sharma 1994-95 to
1996-97
32 Gravity and Magnetic (V.F.) Surveys, Western part of Palana Basin, Bikaner, J odhpur and J aisalmer districts,
Rajasthan
V.N. Singh and
S.L.Singh
2008-09
33 Geophysical logging and mise-a-la-masse surveys in delineation of mineralized zones 2005-09
34 Geophysical investigation for copper and associated precious metals in Mundiawas - Khera area, Alwar district,
Rajasthan
Babu Lal and
R.R.Singh

35 Geophysical investigation for basemetal in the Dhikan Block, Pali district, Rajasthan L.N.Singh et.al. 2007-08
36 Integrated geophysical surveys for basemetals and associated gold mineralization in TODI KA BAS AREA, Alwar
district, Rajasthan
R.R.Singh,
S.L.Singh and Shiv
Lal
2006-07
37 Surface Geophysical Survey For Lignite Exploration In Nagaur Basin, Nagaur District, Rajasthan V.N. Singh and
S.L.Singh
2008-09
38 Investigation for Gold-Copper Mineralization, Northwest and Southeast of Gundelapara Village, Bhukia Gold
Belt, Banswara District Rajasthan - A Review
Amit Srivastava,
Abhinandan
Srivastava and
M.Karunaker Reddy

116
39 Copper mineralisation in Karoi-Rajpura area, Pur-Banera Belt, Bhilwara district, Rajasthan

L.M.S. Maura
40 Significant Zn And Pb Anomalies In Rampuriya-Gadariyakhera Block Of Pur-Banera Belt, Bhilwara District,
Rajasthan
Dr.J .U.Rao,
D.B.J ena,
A.N.Kamble and
P.K.Raut

Mission II
State _____Gujarat
41 Evaluation and Characterisation of Bentonite and Kaolinite Deposits of Bhavnagar District, Gujarat
Other regions
42 Quaternary geological studies with special emphasis on volcanic ash and neotectonism in Gundlakamma river
basin, of Guntur and Prakasham districts, Andhra Pradesh
K. Mahender Reddy
and B.M.Shah

Mission III
State _____Rajasthan
43 Regional Core Library, Western Region, J aipur Kishan Dutt
Mission - IV (Multidisciplinary)
State _____Rajasthan
44 Geophysical Investigation in Kalisindh Dam Project, J halawar District, Rajasthan V N Singh and
S L Singh
2006-07
45 Geophysical investigation of Parwan Dam site project, J halawar and Baran districts, Rajasthan V.N. Singh and
S.L.Singh
2007-08
46 Study of lineaments and Neotectonic activity around Kakrapar Nuclear power project, Surat district, Gujarat Dr. Surendra Prasad 2005-06 &
2006-07
47 A Study of the Seismological Effects of the Behror - Narnaul Earthquake of 31.03.98, Rajasthan and Haryana Zafiruddin Iqbal 1997-98
48 Macroseismic investigation of J aisalmer earthquake of 9th April 2009 Rajendra Sanwal
and S.K.Kulshrestha
2008-09
49 Alwar Earthquake of 29th November 2006, Rajasthan S.K.Kulshrestha,
C.K.Gautam,
S.Muhopadhyay,
P.C.Srivastava
2006-07
50 Geological and Environmental Status of Makrana Marble Mining Area, Nagaur District, Rajasthan and Strategy
for Sustainable Development
J .V.Natani
51 Pollution study of limestone mines and cement plants in Rajasthan
52 Geoscientific studies on quaternary playa deposits, Thar Desert, Rajasthan R.G. Verma 2004-05 and
2005-06
53 Geoenvironmental Impact Analysis of Areas in J hunjhunun District, Rajasthan
54 Pollution by Dyeing Industries of Pali District, Rajasthan
117
55 Geomorphological, sedimentological and geochemical studies of shri mohangarh and Kanod playas of J aisalmer
District, Rajasthan
Suresh Pareek
Mission - IV (Multidisciplinary)
State _____Gujarat
56 Seismic Hazard / Risk Microzonation (SHRM) of J amnagar City, Gujarat V.N.Singh and
R.L.Regar
2005-06
57 Seismic Hazard / Risk Microzonation (SHRM) Of Bhavnagar Town, Gujarat R. L. Regar and
V.N. Singh
2006-07
58 Seismic Hazard and Risk Microzonation of Ahmedabad City, Gujarat A.K. Mathur, A.
K. Saxena,
Surendra
Prasad, D. N.
Fulzele, V. N.
Singh and R. L.
Regar
2001-02 to 2004-
05
59 Source and Dispersion of Fluoride in Land-Water system, Amreli district, Gujarat Op. Gujarat
60 Damage Caused due to Leakage of Compressed Air Injected in the ONGC Well in the Tube Wells of Gamanpura
Village, Mahesana District, Gujarat
J anardan
Prasad and S.N.
Bhagat
2007-08
61 Assessment of Groundwater Hazards in Coastal Belt of J amnagar District of Gujarat, India
Mission - IV (Fundamental )
State ____ Rajasthan
62

Study of Proterozoic biota from the Marwar Supergroup, Rajasthan Dr. Ravindra
Kumar
2005-06 & 2007-
08
63 Status of Permo-Carboniferous sediments of Rajasthan -Bap-Badhaura-Nokhra area, J odhpur and Bikaner
districts, Rajasthan
A.K. Mathur 2007-08 & 2008-
09
64 Biostratigraphic Study of Microfossils From Tertiary Basin of Nagaur and Bikaner Districts, Rajasthan A.K. Mathur 2006-07 & 2007-
08
65

Ammonites study of the J urassic rocks of J aisalmer Basin, Rajasthan Dr. Surendra
Prasad
1996-98
66 Types of Sand Dunes occurring in Thar Desert of India
67 Record of Ediacara biota from Marwar Supergroup, Rajasthan P. Srivastava
State ___ Gujarat
68 Palaeoecological and biostratigraphical studies around Dwarka-Porbandar Area, Gujarat



A.K. Mathur,
Ravindra Kumar
and P.
Srivastava
2007-08 & 2008-
09
69 Palaeoclimate in Gujarat during cretaceous-their variation, causes and biotic and environmental responses A.K.Mathur
Other Region
70 Study Of The Buxa And Gorubathan Formations Of Lesser Himalayan Belt To Delineate The Potential Dolomite
Horizons And The Potential Zones Of Sulphide Mineralisation Respectively, West & South Districts, Sikkim And
Darjeeling District Of West Bengal
L.M.S. Maura 2005-2006

118
Case study from Geological Survey of India Western Region Uploaded in GSI Portal during the Quarter
Mission - I
State _____ Author(s) F.S.

State ____

Mission - II
State _____ Rajasthan

Mission - III

Mission - IV (Multidisciplinary)
State _____ Rajasthan


State

Mission - IV (Fundamental )
State ____

State ___


119

ANNEXURE - 9

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS PUBLISHED BY GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA, WESTERN REGION
(IN LAST FIVE YEARS)

Whether available Sr No. Type of the
publication
Title of the publication Periodicity Volume
No./PT
Year of the
publication
Soft copy Hard
copy
1 Record Extended abstract of
progress reports for the
field season
programme 2003-04
Annual Pt-
7,V.138
2006 Availabl
e
2 do Extended abstract of
progress reports for the
field season
programme 2004-05
Annual Pt-
7,V.139
2007 Availabl
e
3 do Extended abstract of
progress reports for the
field season
programme 2005-06
Annual Pt-
7,V.140
2008 Availabl
e
4 do Extended abstract of
progress reports for the
field season
programme 2006-07
Annual Pt-
7,V.141
2009 Availabl
e
5 do Extended abstract of
progress reports for the
field season
programme 2007-08)
Annual Pt-
7,V.142
2009 Availabl
e
6 do Extended abstract of
progress reports for the
field season
programme 2008-09
Annual Pt-
7,V.143
2010 Availabl
e
7 Miscellane
ous
publication

Potash in India No.65 2005 Availabl
e
120

8 Palaentologica
Indica
Ammonite
biostratigraphy of
Middle to Late J urassic
rocks of Jaisalmer
basin, Rajasthan, India
V.52 2006 Available
9 Special
publication
Geology and evolution
of Nagaur-Ganganagar
basin with special
reference to salt and
Potash mineralization
No.62 2005 Available
10 News GSI,News of Western
Region
Biannual V.31,pt.2 2011 yes In Portal.
11 Miscellaneous
publication
Geology and Mineral
Resources of Rajasthan
No. 30 Pt
12
3
rd

Revised
Edition
2011 yes Available
12 News GSI,News of Western
Region
Biannual V.32,pt.1 2011 yes In Portal.
13 Miscellaneous
publication
Geology and Mineral
Resources of Rajasthan
(Hindi Edition)
- No. 30 Pt
12
2
nd

Revised
Hindi
Edition
2012 yes Available
14 News GSI,News of Western
Region
Biannual V.32,pt.2
2011
2011 yes In Portal.
121
Annexure -10

Course scheduled/conducted/ to be conducted at FTC Zawar during F.S. 2010-12

Sl. No. GSITI FSP Item No. Course Tentative schedule
(Duration)
Core faculty Guest Faculty
1 33
rd
Orientation course for
Geologists (Six batches)
Batch A- 26.04.10 to15.05.10
Batch B- 18.05.10 to 08.06.10
Batch C- 11.06.10 to 30.06.10
Batch D- 04.07.10 to23.07.10
Batch E- 26.07.10 to14.08.10
Batch F- 17.08.10 to 05.09.10
Induction
level
foundation
course
26.04.2010 to 05.09.2011 Dr. P.R. Golani
B.B. Sharma
Dr. Ashutosh Joshi
Dr. D.B. Guha
(1 batch only for Regional
geological mapping)
Dr. B.R. Bejarniya
Dr. Shabbir Hussain
Sh. L.M.S. Maura
Dr. Fariduddin
Dr. S.S.Ameta
Sh. C.P. Sisodia
Sh. D.J. Dasgupta
Sh. S.K. Srivastava
Sh. R.L. J at
Sh. V.K. J hanjhari
Sh. S.L. Sharma
Sh G.C. Arya
Sh. Sultan Singh
2. 34
th
Orientation coursefor
Geologists (Three batches)

Batch C- 15.12.10 to 06.01.11

Batch E- 03.02.10 to 25.02.11

Batch B- 25.03.11 to 16.04.11
Induction
level
foundation
course
15.12.2010 to 16.04.2011 Dr. P.R. Golani
B.B. Sharma
Dr. D.B. Guha
( only for Regional
geological mapping)
Sh. C.B.K. Sastri
(1 batch for Geophysical
module)

Dr. B.R. Bejarniya
Sh. L.M.S. Maura
Sh. Amit Srivastava
Sh. R.S. Garkhal
Sh. Sanjay Singh
Sh. S. Bangalni
Dr. L.N. Singh
Dr. Babu Lal
Sh. Radhey Shyam
Sh. Vivek Kumar
Dr. Dinesh Gupta
Dr. G. Karunakar
Dr. S.S.Ameta
Sh. C.P. Sisodia
Sh. D.J. Dasgupta
Sh. I.R. Kimani
Sh. R.L. J at
Sh. S.L. Sharma
Sh. R.K. Khyani
Sh. P.K. Tripathi
Sh G.C. Arya
Sh. Sultan Singh
122
3. 9
th
Refresher Course in Structural
Geology
(RTI,WR Programconducted at
FTC, Zawar)
Refresher 07.03.2011 to 17.03.2011 Dr. G. Malhotra
Dr. P.R. Golani
Dr. D.B. Guha
B.B. Sharma
Dr. B.K. Bandhopadhyay
Dr. S.K. Ray
Dr. B.R. Bejarniya
Dr. Sanjay Das
Dr. Tapas Bhattacharya
Dr. AnupamChattopadhyay
Dr. Anjan Roy Chaudhary
4. Course on National Geochemical
Mapping (NGCM) & Geochemical
Exploration for Geologists
(Out side FSP Program)
Coursedevised
for officers
engaged in
NGCM
assignment.
05.08.2011 to 11.08.2011 Dr. P.R. Golani
B.B. Sharma
Dr. C.R.M. Rao
( one day only)
P.V. Krishna Rao (Two day
only)

Sh. D.J . Dasgupta
Sh. R.S. Garkhal
Sh. Sanjay Singh
Sh. Sanjay Dash
Sh. Benudhar Behra
Sh. S.K. Gupta
Sh. Subhash Banerjee
Sh. P.K. Trivedi
Sh. I.R. Kirmani
5. Refresher course in Surveying
using Total Station and GPS and
Data Processing for Surveyors.
(RTI,WR Programconducted at
FTC, Zawar)
Refresher 18.09.2011 to 23.09.2011 Dr. G. Malhotra
Dr. P.R. Golani
L.M.S.Maura


Sh. D.K. Bhattacharya
Sh. J.K. Mondal
Sh. Shashikant
6 Course on National Geochemical
Mapping (NGCM) for officers of
Directorate of Geology & Mining,
Govt. of Rajasthan
Refresher 25.11.11 to 30.11.11
7 35
th
Orientation coursefor
Geologists
Batch H- 27.10.11 to 18.11.11
Induction
level
foundation
course
27.10.11 to 18.11.11 Dr. P.R. Golani
B.B. Sharma
L.M.S.Maura


Sh. D.J . Dasgupta
Sh. Sanjay Singh
Sh. I.R. Kirmani
Dr. B.R. Bejarniya
Sh. Amit Srivastava
Sh. Sultan Singh
Shri R.P.Kumawat
Shri S.Banglani
Shri G. Karunakar
Shri Amar Singh
Shri A.V.Kulkarni
Dr D.C.Naskar
Shri S.L.Sharma
Shri S.S. Ameta
C.P.Sisodiya
N.K.Kavadia
123
8 35
th
Orientation coursefor
Geologists
Batch C- 21.12.11 to 17.01.12
Induction
level
foundation
course
21.12.11 to 17.01.12 Dr. P.R. Golani
B.B. Sharma
L.M.S.Maura

Sh. D.J. Dasgupta
Shri R.S.Garkhal
Sh. Sanjay Singh
Sh. I.R. Kirmani
Sh. Amit Srivastava
Sh. Sultan Singh
Shri R.P.Kumawat
Shri S.Banglani
Shri G. Karunakar
Shri Amar Singh
Shri A.V.Kulkarni
Shri Vivek Kumar
Shri S.L.Sharma
Shri S.S. Ameta
C.P.Sisodiya
N.K.Kavadia
9 Training on Field practice to the
M.Sc. Part-I students of Fergusson
College Punefrom10-12-11 to 14-
12-11
Outside FSP Dr. P.R. Golani
B.B. Sharma
L.M.S.Maura

-
10 Lecture on Precambrian Geology of
rajasthan to M.Sc. Students of
Nagpur University and field work
in Mochia Hill on 12-01-12
Outside FSP 12-01-12 Dr. P.R. Golani
B.B. Sharma
L.M.S.Maura

-
11 Lecture on Precambrian Geology of
Rajasthan to M..Sc. (Applied
Geology) Students of Nagpur
University and field work in
Mochis Hill.on 14-01-12
Outside FSP 14-01-12 Dr. P.R. Golani
B.B. Sharma
L.M.S.Maura

-




124



Courses scheduled conducted/ to be conducted at RTI Jaipur during F.S. 2010-12


Sl. No. GSITI
FSP Item No.
Course Tentative Schedule
(Duration)
Core Faculty

Guest Faculty
(No. of lecture/ session)
1. 2010-12/BC-CA/
WR/RTI/2010/106
Computer application and data
entry for Non-Gazetted Group-
B & Group- C officials
attached to Scientific streams
of GSI held at J aipur from
18.10.2010
to
29.10.2010.
Dr. G. Malhotra
Dr. D. B. Guha
Dr.Sanjeev Kumar
(all days/ sessions)
M.P. Ashok, Chemist, (4)
S. Banerjee, Geologist (4)
S.L. Kulshreshta, Sr. Geo.(4)
S. Das Gupta, Sr. Geo. (3)
D.W. J oshi, Sr. Geo. (3)
Vikas Goyal (4)
Vishal Goyal (4)
2. 2010-12/WS-Hindi /
WR/RTI/2010/108
Workshop on official language
awareness for Group B and
Group C officials of GSI,
WR,.
29/11/10
to
01/12/10
Dr. G. Malhotra
Dr. D. B. Guha
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar
(all days/ sessions)
H.S. Dayma, Hindi Officer (4)
Atul Agnihotri, Hindi Translator (1)
Naresh Kumar, Assistant (1)
R.K. Sharma (1)
Dr. Vijaya Srivastava(1)
Ramji lal (2)
3. 2010-12/WS-RM/
WR/RTI/2010/107
Workshop on Roster
maintenance for group C
officials of theDepartment
08.12.2010-
10.12.2010.
Dr. G. Malhotra
Dr. D. B. Guha
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar
(all days/ sessions)
B.M.Galav, Sr. AO (4)
A.S. Senthi Vedival,Sr.AO (4)
G.S. Somavat
Director, National Commission for
SC/ST (4)
Devi Singh, CAO (retd.) (1)
4. 2010-12/RC-DT/
WR/RTI/2010/098
Refresher Courseon Drilling
Technology
10.01.2011
to
21.01.2011
Dr. G. Malhotra
Dr. D. B. Guha
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar
(all days/ sessions)
A.P. Singh, AEE, (3)
Amar Singh, DE J r. (1)
K.L. Narsappa, DE Sr..(2)
Chhailu RamDriller. (1
Bhagwan Singh, STA- (1)
M.M. Singh DE Jr. (2)
V.K. Nagpal, DE Sr. (2)
S.S. Virdi, AEE (2)
H.S. Verma, DDG(Drilling) Retd. (1)
125

5. 2010-12/RC-MD/
WR/RTI/2010/101
Refreshers Course in Map
Digitization for Draughtsmen,
14.2.2011
to
25.2.2011
Dr. G. Malhotra
Dr. D. B. Guha
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar
(all days/ sessions)
Sh. Vikas Goyal (3)
Sh. Rakesh Vyas, (3)
Sh. Tarush Chandra(4)
Sh. V.K.Chittora (2)
Sh. Mirza Kutubuddin Beg (2)
Sh. Rajendra Sharma (4)
Sh. ChandraShekhar (4)
6. 2010-12/RC-SG/
WR/RTI/2010/96
9
th
Refresher course in
Structural Geology
7.3.2011 to 17.3.2011 Dr. G. Malhotra (13)
Dr. D. B. Guha (19)
Dr. P.R. Golani,(13)
Sh. B.B. Sharma (15)


Dr. B.K. Bandhopadhyay (4)
Dr. S.K. Ray (3)
Dr. T. Bhattacharya (4)
Dr. A. Chattopadhyay (4)
Dr. A. Rai Chaudhury (4)
Dr. S. Das (4)
Dr. B.R. Bejarniya (4)
7. 2010-12/WS-OM/
WR/RTI/2010/102
Training Workshop in Office
management for J AG and Sr.
STS level officers for two
weeks at HCM, Rajasthan
Instituteof Public
Administration, J aipur
18/04/2011
to
29/04/2011

Dr. G. Malhotra
Dr. D. B. Guha
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar
(all days/ sessions)
Sh. R. K. Khorana (DDG,Retd.) (1)
Sh. Nitish Dutta,( DG Retd)(1)
Sh. G.Dasgupta, Director GSI (2)
Sh R B Tyagi, Dy (1)
Advisor,Minerals,Plan.Com.
8. 2010-12/WS-DEM/
WR/RTI/2010/99
Workshop on dataevaluation
for mineral exploration projects
for Sr. Technical officers
9.5.2011 to 13.5.2011 Dr. G. Malhotra (12)
Dr. D. B. Guha(12)+1
lecture
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar(12)

Sh. S.S.Virdi AEN WR(1)
Sh. P. K. Merkap, Chief Forest
Conservator, J aipur(1)
Sh. C.P Sisodia, Ex-DDG, GSI (2)
Dr. P.Rakshit, Director, GSI(2)
Dr. Mihir Deb, Ex-Professor, University
of Delhi(2)
Sh. R. N. Meshram, IBM (1)
Dr. S.K.Wadhawan, Director, MOM(2)
Dr. R.K. Sharma, Sr. Geologist, Bhopal
(1)
9. 2010-12/OM/
WR/RTI/2010/103
Training on organizational
behaviour and development of
leadership quality in GSI for
Sr. STS/JTS level officers
13.6.11 to 17.6.11 Dr. G.Malhotra(18)
Dr. D. B. Guha(18)
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar(18)
(all days/ sessions)
Outsourced to HCM-RIPA Jaipur
10. Outside FSP item Orientation cumWorkshop on
Preventing Gender Harassment
at Work Place
7.6.11 and 8.6.11 Dr. G. Malhotra (8)
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar(8)

KavitaA Verma (4),
Gender Consultant (Gender Cell),
Directorate of Women Empowerment,
Govt. of Raj. Jpr.
126
Arti Joshi (4)
Chief Executive Officer, Anubhuti,
Chittorgarh.
11 2010-12/RC-HPC/
WR/RTI/2010/105
Refresher courseon
functioning of GSI after
implementation of HPC for
Group C ministerial staff
11.7.2011 to 15.7.2011 Dr. G. Malhotra
Dr. D. B. Guha
Dr.Sanjeev Kumar
(all days/ sessions)
B.M. Galav (1)
S.K.Kulshrestha (2)
D.W. J oshi (1)
Vikas Goyal (2)
Rajendra Vaish (1)

12 2010-12/ WS-
UNFC/WR/
RTI/2010/ 97

Workshop on Field Guidelines
on UNFC systemof
classification of Mineral
Deposits
10.8.11 to 12.8.11

Dr. G. Malhotra
Dr. D. B. Guha
(all days/ sessions)
Dr. M.M. Mukherjee (4)
Sri C. S. Tiwari, (2)

13 2010-12/ RC-
TS/WR/
RTI/2010/100


Refresher Course in Surveying
using Total Station and GPS
and Data Processing

12.9.2011 to 23.9.2011 Dr. G. Malhotra
Dr. D. B. Guha
(all days/ sessions)
V.K. Chittora, (5)
S.K. Kulshrestha(2)
Dr. Amar Singh (2)
Dr. Bangaru Babu (2)
Sanjay Singh (1)
D.K. Bhattacharjee (4)
J .K. Mondal (4)
Shashi Kant (10)

14 OutsideFSP program Training on Arc Info software 12.9.2011 to 23.9.2011 Dr. G. Malhotra
Dr. D. B. Guha

Outsourced to BIST Jaipur
15 OutsideFSP program Woman harassment in Working
place.
02.11.11
(34 Participants)
Dr. G. Malhotra


16 OutsideFSP program Anticorruption & Vigilance
Adminstration.
04.11.11
(33 Participants)
Dr. G. Malhotra


17 OutsideFSP program Lecture by Prof. K.S.Valdiya
on Sraswati- the river that
disappeared
21.11.11
(100 participants)
Dr. G. Malhotra


18 Geological mapping for
Officers of DMG, Rajasthan
and Tata steel.
10.12.11 to 15.12.11 Venue: FTC Zawar



127
ANNEXURE 11


LIST OF RAC / OAC / STAGE REVIEW / SGPB MEETINGS WITH DATE AND STATUS OF UPLOADING OF MINUTES


REGION/STATE RAC/OAC/SGPB/ STAGE
REVIEW
PLACE DATE OF MEETING MINUTES STATUS
WESTERN REGION RAC Meeting
XI__WR__RAC _15
J aipur 22
nd
December, 2010 Uploaded on
5
th
J anuary 2011
WESTERN REGION RAC Meeting
XI_WR__RAC_16
J aipur 29
th
March, 2011 Uploaded on 11
th

April 2011
WESTERN REGION RAC Meeting
XI__WR__RAC _17
J aipur 24
th
J une 2011 Uploaded on
30
th
J une 2011
RAJ ASTHAN OAC Meeting
XI-WR-OAC-16
J aipur 28
th
February 2011 Uploaded on
15
th
March 2011
RAJ ASTHAN OAC Meeting
XI-WR-OAC-17
J aipur 10
th
J une 2010 Uploaded on
22
nd
J une 2011
RAJ ASTHAN OAC Meeting
XI-WR-OAC-18
J aipur 28
th
Septmber 2011 Uploaded on
10
th
October 2011
RAJ ASTHAN First Stage Review
Committee Meeting
FS 2010-12
J aipur 19th J anuary 2011 Uploaded on
18
th
February 2011
RAJ ASTHAN Second Stage Review
Committee Meeting
FS 2010-12
J aipur 29
th
& 30
th
November 2011 7
th
December
RAJ ASTHAN 45
th
Meeting of SGPB,
Rajasthan
J aipur 31
st
J anuary 2011 -
GUJ ARAT OAC meting
XI-GUJ -OAC-15
Gandhinagar 4
th
December, 2010 Uploaded on
11
th
J anuary 2011
GUJ ARAT OAC meting
XI-GUJ -OAC-16
Gandhinagar 15
th
March, 2011 Uploaded on 11
th

April 2011
GUJ ARAT OAC meting
XI-GUJ -OAC-17
Gandhinagar 13
th
J une 2010 Uploaded on
30
th
J une 2011
128

GUJ ARAT OAC meting
XI-GUJ -OAC-18
Gandhinagar 20
th
September 2011 Uploaded on
7
th
October 2011
GUJ ARAT First Stage Review
Committee Meeting
FS 2010-12
Gandhinagar 22
nd
J anuary 2011 Uploaded on
25
th
February 2011
GUJ ARAT 54
th
Meeting SGPB,
Gujarat
Gandhinagar 28
th
October 2011 -
GUJ ARAT Second Stage Review
Committee Meeting
FS 2010-12
Gandhinagar 23
rd
November 2011 20
th
December 2011
GUJ ARAT OAC meting
XI-GUJ -OAC-19
Gandhinagar 3
rd
J anuary 2012 11
th
J anuary 2012
RAJ ASTHAN OAC Meeting
XI-WR-OAC-19
J aipur 25
th
J anuary 2012 8
th
Fabruary 2012
WESTERN REGION RAC Meeting
XI-WR-OAC-19
J aipur
8
th
February 2012
29
th
February 2012

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ANNEXURE - 12

EMPLOYMENT POSITION IN THE REGION

Sanctioned Filled - up
Grade Geology Geoph
.
Chem Engg. Min
Phy.
Geology Geoph Chem Engg Min.
Phy.
Adm. Stores
JTS 74 11 10 5 2 1
STS 28 2 4 - -- --
JAG 3 - -- 2 -- 1 1
SG 26 1 3 - 1 -- -
SAG 3 -- -- --
HAG -- -- -- --
TOTAL 134 14 17 7 3 2 1
Grand TOTAL 178


TOTAL NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES IN GROUP-B, B [NON-GAZETTED], C & D

Group Total No. of Employees
Sanctioned
Total No. of Employees
In Position
Group B Gazetted
(Tech. +Admn.)
14
Total -- 14
Technical 65 38 Group B
[Non-gazetted] Ministerial 40 21
Technical 378 198
Ministerial 146 90
Group C

Erstwhile Group D 217 172
Total 846 519
130
ANNEXURE - 13
Vehicle Position as on 29.02.2012 in Western Region
A. Field going vehicles / Office Vehicles
Kilometer run S. No. Particulars/ Type
of vehicle Less than
25000 km
25001
<50000 km
50,001
<1,50,000 km
>1,50,000
Total Sanctioned
strength of
Drivers
Drivers in
position
1 J eep (diesel) 26 (Field)+1
(HQ) +5
AMSE
35 (Field)+6
(HQ)
73 246 84
2 Pick up 1 (Field) 1
3 Amb IS2 3 (HQ) 3
4 Indica 1 (HQ) 1
5 Bolero 2 (HQ) 2
6 Qualis 1 (HQ) 1
7 LCV 2 (Field) 1 (Field) 3
8 HCV 6 (Field) 6 (Field) 12
9 Geologger van 1 (Field) - 1
10 Total 87
Age wise Status of Vehicles
B. Field vehicles / Office Vehicles
S. No. Particulars Vehicles less than 6
years old
Vehicles 6 years & less
than 10 years old
Vehicles more than 10
years & less than 15 years
old
More than 15 years
1 J eep (diesel) 4 (Field) 1 (HQ) +37 (Field)+5
AMSE
6 (HQ) +20 (Field)
2 Pick up 1 (Field)
3 Amb IS2 3 (HQ)
4 Indica 1 (HQ)
5 Bolero 2 (HQ)
6 Qualis 1 (HQ)
7 LCV 2 (Field) 1 (Field)
8 HCV 12 (Field)
9 Geologger van 1 (Field)
131
ANNEXURE 14

PROCUREMENT STATUS OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS/ MODERNIZATION ITEMS/
MACHINERY PROPOSED FOR PROCUREMENT DURING 2011-12


MAJOR PROCUREMENT UNDER M.E. HEAD

Sl No. Item Qty Amount in Rs. Remark
Foreign purchase
1 24 channel Seismographs 1 50,00,000.00 Proposal sent to CPMC
through Dy.D.G, Geophy.
CHQ.
2 AAS with Graphite Furnance 1 30,00,000.00 Task Force cleared.
Processing through CPMC.
3 Spectrometer 2 80,00,000.00 To be procured by CPMC.
Proposal sent on 15.09.10 for
Gujarat and on 17.09.2010 for
Western Region.
4 Mercury analyzer 1 20,00,000.00 Material received through
CPMC. Test analysis is in
progress.
5 Advance Petrological
Microscope (Op. Guj.) 1 No.
1 Euro
2,92,145=00
Proposal Stage.
Domestic Purchase
6 Diamond Tools 1 2,87,223.00 Retendering Done. TEC
process is going on.



ROLLING PLAN


M.E Head requirement of 2010 11 carried over to 2011-12

Sl No. Indenting Div. with date Item Qty. Amount required
(Rs.)
1 Engg. Geol. Div.)
(Geotechnical Lab)
Permeability test equipment
(soil)
1 70,000=00
2 Engg. Geol. Div.
(Geotechnical Lab)
Riffle sample divider 2 25,000=00
3 Chemical Div. Atomic Absorption
Spectrophotometer with
Graphite Furnace having Auto
sampler Automated vapour
Hydride Generation system
1 30,00,000=00
Proposal under the
TEC. Clarification
sought.
4 Petrology Div Gemological microscope with
photographic attachment
1 5,00,000=00
Re tendering. No
response
5 Petrology Div Total Station (Survey) 2 20,00,000=00 TE
will be opened on
20.03.12
6 Petrology Div GPS High Resolution 35 7,35,000=00
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20 Petrology Div Digital cameras 40 4,00,000=00
TEC in process.
22 Petrology Div Brunton compass (USA) 35 1,70,000=00
Tender opened on 29-
09-11

M.E Head requirement for 2012-13

Sl No. Indenting Div. with date Item Qty. Amount
required (Rs.)
1 Engg. Geol. Div.)
(Geotechnical Lab. )
Rock core drilling machine 1 1,80,000=00
2 Engg. Geol. Div.)
(Geotechnical Lab. )
Rock cutting machine 1 2,00,000=00
3 Chemical Div. Automated Hydride Generation
System (PE.FIAS-100) for existing
AASPM make PE model Analyst
400
1 8,00,000=00
4 Chemical Div. Ultra pure water filtration system
make Millipore with Milli element
1 9,00,000=00
5 Petrology Div Total Station 1 10,00,000=00
TE will be
opened on 20-3-
12
6 Petrology Div DGPS Mapper 1 40,000=00
7 Petrology Div GPS High Resolution 5 1,50,000=00
8 Petrology Div Digital Auto level 1 70,000=00
9 Petrology Div Lenses (10x 20x) 10 10,000=00
10 Petrology Div Digital cameras 10 1,00,000=00
11 Petrology Div Professional camera (35 x 230mm) 1 75,000=00
12 Petrology Div Brunton compass (USA) 10 1,70,000=00
13 Petrology Div Mineral Streak Plate 10 50,000=00
14 Petrology Div Prismatic compass 10 50,000=00
15 Petrology Div Survey Umbrella 10 10,000=00
16 Petrology Div Polishing machine 1 40,000=00
17 Petrology Div Rock cutting machine 1 70,000=00
18 Petrology Div Grinding machine 1 40,000=00
19 Petrology Div Mount Press 1 40,000=00
20 Petrology Div Core splitter 1 20,000=00
21 Petrology Div Electric oven 1 40,000=00
22 Petrology Div Centrifuge 1 50,000=00
23 Petrology Div Hardness Pencil Sets 5 50,000=00
24 Petrology Div DGPS Mapper 1 40,000=00
25 Petrology Div Mineral Streak Plate 10 50,000=00
26 Petrology Div Prismatic compass 10 50,000=00
27 Petrology Div Survey Umbrella 10 10,000=00
28 Petrology Div Grinding machine 1 40,000=00
29 Petrology Div Isodynamic separator 1 3,00,000=00
30 Petrology Div Fully Automatic Thin section
system
32,00,000=00
31 Petrology Div Portable coring machine 20,000=00
32 Petrology Div Magnetic separator 1 1,50,000=00
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33 Petrology Div Hardness Pencil Sets 5 50,000=00
34 Petrology Div GPS High Resolution 5 1,50,000=00
35 Petrology Div Digital Auto level 1 70,000=00
36 Petrology Div Lenses (10x 20x) 10 10,000=00
37 Petrology Div Digital cameras 10 1,00,000=00
38 Palaeontology Div Scanning Electronic Microscope 1 90,00,000=00





IT Head requirement of 2010-11 carried over to 2011 -12.


Sl No. Indenting Div. with date Item Qty. Amount required
1 RS Div. (earlier PGRS) ENVI software along with flash
module, Dem extraction module and
floating license
1 8,00,000=00
2 RS Div. (earlier PGRS) 9.3 version of ERDAS imagine
software
1 12,00,000=00
3 Geodata Div. Addl. requirements for Phase-III of
Portal (nodes, Switches)
150 10,00,000=00
4 Geodata Div. Computers:
New Replacements
15
5
5,00,000=00
5 Geodata Div. Laptops 55 29,00,000=00
6 Geodata Div. LCD Monitor 2 nos. (51) for
conference Hall
2 155,000=00
Purchase order
placed

7 Geodata Div. New Computer Softwares (Surfer 10
3 nos.)
- 1,56,000=00
8 Geodata Div. AMC (Computers,LAN,
UPS & renewal of antivirus)
- 6,50,000=00
Retendering stage
9 Geodata Div. Consumables - 2,50,000=00




IT Head requirement for 2011-12

Sl No. Indenting Div. with date Item Qty. Amount required
1 Geodata Div. New Computer Softwares - 2,00,000=00
2 Geodata Div. AMC (Computers,LAN,
UPS & renewal of antivirus
- 7,00,000=00
3 Geodata Div. Consumables - 3,00,000=00
4 Geodata Div. Laptops 80 32,00,000=00
5 Geodata Div. Computer furniture (Tables) 14 42,000=00
TAC to be done

6 Geodata Div. Printers, Scanners 20,000=00
7 Geodata Div. Computers 28 4,88,000=00
Procurement
completed




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IT Head requirement for 2012-13


Sl No. Indenting Div. with date Item Qty. Amount required
1 Geodata Div. New Computers

125 nos 43,75,000=00
UPS for Computers 125 nos 2,.50,000
2 Geodata Div. New Computer Softwares - 3,00,000=00
3 Geodata Div. AMC (Computers,LAN,
UPS & renewal of antivirus
- 7,00,000=00
4 Geodata Div. Consumables - 3,00,000=00
5 Geodata Div. Laptops 15 4,50,000=00
6 Geodata Div. Computer furniture Table 125 3,75,000=00
7 Geodata Div. Multiutility devices, Printers,
Scanners
25,000=00
8 Geodata Div. Additional requirements of
Phase III portal nodes
150 1,00,000=00



135
ANNEXURE - 15A
Status of Existing Drilling Equipments under Deployment.

DETAILS OF DRILLING RIGS AVAILABLE
(WITH DEPLOYMENT DURING F.S. 2009-10)

Sl.No. Unit
No.
Target/Pro-rata
Target (m)
Achievement (m) Project Area/Item FSP Code
1 408 800/750 630.15 IFOM J aisalmer, ItemNo.42

ME/WR/RAJ /2010/030
2 423 400 273.25 Pali District, Item No.31

MI/WR/RAJ /2010/016

3

426
1200/1135 1100.65


BM-I North of Salempura Block, Item
No.30


MI/WR/RAJ /2010/015
4 451 1200/1135 1318.45 Mahawa Block, Item No.36

MI/WR/RAJ /2010/025
5

153.65
6
425
&
465
800/750
677.50

BM-II
Khera Block, Item No.38 MI/WR/RAJ /2010/027

7

466
600/ 860.75
Gold
Gundelpara West Block, Item No.27
MI/WR/RAJ /2010/021

8

476
600/ 1022.90
Gold
Gundelpara West Block, Item No.27
MI/WR/RAJ /2010/021

9

417
1500/1435 862.75
Lignite
Phalki North Block, Item No.44
MI/WR/RAJ /2010/032

10

464
1500/1435 1491.50
Lignite
Phalki North Block, Item No.44
MI/WR/RAJ /2010/032

11

434/469
1500/1435 815.50
Lignite
Phalki North Block, Item No.44
MI/WR/RAJ /2010/032
Total

9207.05



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DETAILS OF AUGER RIG

WITH DEPLOYMENT DURING F.S. 2010-12



Sl.
No
Unit No. Target/Prorata
target (m)
Achievemen
t (m)
Project Area/ Item FSP code
1 Outsourcing 2000 m 990m EQG Seismic Hazard/ risk
microzonation of Greater
Surat town. Item No. 66
SEI/WR/HQ/2010/04
5
Total Drilling 2000m
137
ANNEXURE - 15B

STATUS OF EXISTING DRILLING AND OTHER HIGH-END (RS. >1 CORE) EQUIPMENTS UNDER DEPLOYMENT AND
THOSE TO BE PROCURED DURING FY 2011-12
No. of Drilling Rigs available: 11

Type of
instrument
Indenting
Region
Qty Cost Lead
Time
PAC/
Sr.
PAC
DGs approval
& CPMC
recommendation
Tendering/
Re-
tendering
TEC TAC PO
Placed
LC
opened
Delivery
to be or
Received
Utility of
the
Instrument
[Mission-
wise]
Geophysical
[STSS-MI,
MII &
MIV]
-- -- --
TOTAL
Geology
[STSS- MI,
MII &
MIV]
-- -- --
TOTAL
FIELD/
SURVEY
[STSS
MI, MII &
MIV]
-- -- --
Drilling -- -- --
TOTAL
GRAND
TOTAL


138

ANNEXURE 16



STATUS OF PENDING LEGAL CASES OF GSI, WESTERN REGION, JAIPUR - AS ON 29. 02. 2012



Applicants Name & Case Number Designation Name of
Court/Bench
Brief Details of the
cases
Deptt.
Action
(Whether
C.A. filed
or not )
Present Status of
the cases/Next
date of
hearing/stay order
if any
Remarks (Please
indicate action, if
any, pending at
your end or DOM
as the case may be)
1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Group A Officer


1. D.Bhoopati V/s UOI & Ors. 332/2009

Geol. CAT, Jaipur Reg. Promotion Filed 28.03.2012
2. D.Gupta V/s UOI & Ors. 290/2008 Director CAT, Jaipur Reg. Promotion as
Director
Filed 27.02.2012
3. Dr.Z.G.Gheveria V/s UOI & Ors O.A.
No.226/11
Ex-Director CAT,
Ahemdabad
Re. Retirement Benefit Not Filed 13.03.2011
Group C Officials


4. JitendraSaini V/s UOI & Ors.
514/2008
Messenger CAT, Jaipur Ref/ Re-fixation of Pay Filed 10.04.2012
5. N.K.J anjani V/s UOI & Ors. 497/2009

ASK(T) CAT, Jaipur Promotion Filed 28.03.2012
6. R.K.Gupta V/s UOI & Ors. 470/2010

STA(Chem.) CAT, Jaipur Fixation of Pay Filed 09.04.2012
7. R.G.Meena V/s UOI & Ors. 117/10

Asstt.(Retd.) CAT, Jaipur Seniority & Promotion Filed 02.04.2012 IR Continued
8. S.K.J ain 340/2009

UDC CAT, Jaipur Promotion Filed 16.03.2012
9. R.K.Gupta V/s UOI & Ors. 29/2011

STA(C) CAT, Jaipur Reg.fixation of Pay Filed 12.03.2012
10. Arvind Kumar UOI & Ors. 478/2010

LDC CAT, Jodhpur Reg. Promotion Not Filed 13.03.2012 M.A.submitted

139


Sl.
No.
Applicants Name & Case Numaber Designation Name of
Court/Bench
Brief Details of the cases Deptt. ction
(Whether
C.A. filed
or not )
Present Status of
the cases/
Next date of
hearing/stay order
if any
Remarks (Please
indicate action, if
any, pending at
your end or DOM
as the case may be)


Group A Officer
11 UOI V/s Dr. U.B.Mathur- 2562/01
(WRA-97/10)
Retd.D.D.G. High Court Appeal against non-
recovery of HRA (wife is
allotted Qr. By Univ.)
N.A. Case to belisted
12 Jaswant Singh V/s UOI & Ors DBWP
- 2533/03
Retd.
Director
High Court Reg. pay scaleequal to
S.E. of CPWD
Filed Due Course
13 C.P.Dusad V/s UOI & Ors DBWP -
3896/04
Retd.
Director
High Court Appl. Against the order of
CAT for pay scaleequal
to SE of CPWD
Filed Due Course
14 J.L.Narang V/s UOI & Ors DBWP -
7784/10
Retd.
Director
High Court Regarding Promotion Not Filed 13.03.2012
15 Dr M. SrivastavaV/s UOI & Ors
DBCWP - 6119/11
Jr
Hydrologist
High Court W.P.. against order OF
cat & cgwp No order
N.A. 30.04.2012
Group C Officials
16 K.Chandra & Anr V/s UOI & Ors WP
- 15508/11
Ex-ME.Sr. High Court W.P.. against order of
CAT
Not Filed 06.03.2012 Reply under
preparation
17 SBCWP 7534/10 V/s M.S.Rathore Draftsman High Court Appeal against order of
theCAT
N.A. 03.01.2012 Weekly listed
18 SBCWP 7559/10 V/s Rajeev Pareek Draftsman High Court Appeal against order of
theCAT
N.A. 03.01.2012 Weekly listed
19 UOI V/s ManoharLal & ors.2497/10 Retd.Emplo
yees
High Court Appeal against order of
theCAT
N.A. 03.01.2012 Weekly listed
20 UOI V/s Heman Das-67/02 Ex-
Mechanic
High Court Appeal against order of
theCAT
Filed Due course
21 Surajbhan V/s UOI & Ors DBCWP -
5306/11
Durwan High Court Appointment as Map
Mounter
Filed 15.02.2012 Next datenot
received
22 RamLal V/s UOI & Ors 1065/08 Ex-
Adm.Officer
Consu.Court Reg Return of Proerty
papers
Filed 20.03.2012
RamLal V/s UOI & Ors. 1065/08 Ex. Admn.
Officer
Consumer
Court
Regarding return of
property paper
Filed 27.12.2011
140





Outsiders

23 W.P.No.14788/10-Shakuntla Devi V/s
UOI & Ors.
Outsider High Court Reg. Compassionate
Appointment
Filed 03.03.2012
24 UOI V/s Shankari Bai CMA No.
06234/06
Outsider High Court Reg. Appeal against the
award of MACT
N.A 07.03.2012
25 Kumbha RamV/s UOI & Ors. 6702/06 Outsider High Court Reg. Disengagement of
Contingent Worker
N.A. 24.12.2012
26 Lakhi RamV/s UOI & Ors.
10131/2008
Outsider High Court Reg. Regularisation Filed 05.03.2012
27 Sushil Ku. Tyagi V/s UOI & Ors. 40/11 Outsider High Court Application for
restoration/Writ Petition
Review
Filed 05.03.2012
28 DBCWP No. 312/12- A.K.Prajapat V/s
UOI & Ors
Outsider High Court Compassionate
Appointment
Not Filed 21.01.2012 New Case
29

Sahil Sharma V/s UOI & Ors. 127/09 Outsider ACJ , Court Reg. Pensionary benefit Filed 12.03.2012
30 Sahil Sharma V/s UOI & Ors. 808/10 Outsider D&S Court Application for
succession certificate.
Filed 12.03.2012
31

SushilaDevi V/s UOI & Ors. 4/10 Outsider MACT,J PR Execution Application N.A. 18.04.2012
32 Sushil Kumar Tyagi Outsider CGIT, JPR Regularisation Not Filed 178.04.2012 Reply under
preparation
33

Jeevan RamAlies Rajesh Outsider WCC, Sikar Compensation Filed 24.01.2012
34

GSIEA 822 V/s UOI & Ors. 47/2005 Outsider CGIT, J aipur Regularisation Filed 08.02.2012
35

GSIEA 822 V/s UOI & Ors. 48/2005 Outsider CGIT, J aipur Regularisation Filed 08.02.2012
36 C.M.A. No. 458/08-VidhyaDevi Outsider High Court Appeal against MACT
Order
Not Filed 23.04.2012 New Case