NCMM 2016

Description

‘National Conclave on Mines and Minerals’

            On 4th to 5th July, 2016 at Hotel JW-Marriot, Raipur.

 

The Ministry of Mines is organizing the ‘National Conclave on ’ jointly with the State Government of Chhattisgarh at Hotel JW-Marriot, Raipur on 4th to 5th July, 2016.The Conclave will provide an effective platform to showcase the recent policy initiatives by the Government of India and enable intensive discussion on the issues, challenges and opportunities in the mining sector to realize its optimum potential for the sustainable development of the country. It will help the Central Government to further improve the policy environment to promote best practices and addressing various issues in the mining sector.

 

Need for ongoing National Conclave on Mines and Minerals in the country appears to essential at this time, not only to disseminate the various developments on mining policy and activities, but also to gather solidarity in approach for addressing the issues in the mining sector.

 

This event, the first of its kind in the country will be continued as an annual event in succeeding year. Union Finance Minister is also expected to grace this occasion for the inaugural session. Besides, Union Minister of Steel and Mines as well as Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh have accorded their consent to participate the Conclave. A Round Table discussion will also be convened after the inaugural session for interacting with major industry leaders. The representatives of state governments, mining and allied metal & cement industries, industry associations, financial and others. Federation of Indian Mineral IndustriesFIMI) has agreed to partner for organizing the workshop.

 

The Prime Minister had launched ‘Make in India’ program encompassing all vital areas in the manufacturing sector of the economy on 25th December, 2014.The Ministry has contributed for the holistic Make in India efforts, by bringing about various changes in the policy framework, legislations and regulations. The Ministry has also made significant progress in adopting SDF laying down high quality standards for minimizing the impact of mining on the environment, building competitive advantage, etc. The mining sector is also undergoing through a transitional phase of uncertainties in the international manufacturing scenarios created by slack demand from China triggering a downward trend in the international commodity market.

 

The mining Conclave may have select participants invited to share policies, ideas, experiences, successes, lessons and to discuss possible alternatives –

 

  1. Mining and Allied metal & cement industries

     

  2. Policy makers and regulators: Ministry of Mines, Ministry of Steels, Ministry of  Railway, Department of Mining and Geology of State Governments, Indian Bureau of Mines etc.

     

  3. Exploration agencies: Geological Survey of India, State DMGs, MECL.

     

The technical sessions have been scheduled in the conclave for having interaction on the following key topics

 

Technical Sessions

Key Topics

I

National Mineral Exploration Policy

II

Initiatives in Mineral Policy & Regulations

III

Framework for Offshore Mineral

IV

Framework for Atomic Mineral

V

Raw Material Scenario for the Steel Industry

 

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