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eJharkhand 2014 - Inaugural - Gopal Singh, CMD, Central Coalfields Ltd eJharkhand 2014 - Inaugural - Gopal Singh, CMD, Central Coalfields Ltd Presentation Transcript

  • IT INITIATIVES IN MINING SECTOR – AN ATTEMPT FOR INTEGRATION 22ND FEBRUARY, 2014 Gopal Singh
  • STRENGTHS 1. RICH IN BOIDIVERSITY, 30 % FOREST COVER 2. KNOWLEDGE BANK: BIT, ISM, XLRI,IIM, CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, NATIONAL LAW SCHOOL 3. HUMAN RESOURCES : DHONI, DEEPIKA KUMARI (ARCERY), 4. TATA STEEL, TATA MOTORS , SAIL, CCL, ECL, BCCL, AND 32 MEGA INDUSTRIES OPERATE IN THE STATE 5. HUGE DEPOSITS OF COAL, IRON ORE, AND OTHER MINERALS 6. ABOVE 1300 MM ANNUAL RAINFALL 7. LOCATIONAL ADVANTAGE – ACCESS TO MARKETS OF EASTERN INDIA, FOREIGN MARKETS THROUGH
  • Jharkhand- Minerals and Mines Sl No Reserves (MT) % of India’s Resrves Production % of India’s Production Coal 80,700 27 % 105 15 % Coking Coal 30,364 90 % 47.72 Over 95 % 2 Iron ore Hematite (Fe2O3) 4596.60 25 % 23 11 % 3 Copper Ore 288.1 18.50 % 0.01 MT 8% 1 Mineral (Copper ore conc.) Jharkhand has over 290 mines and produces 21 minerals. India imported 168 million tons of coal ( price $21 billion) in FY 13, which constitutes over 4.3 % of India’s imports. 3 View slide
  • JHARKHAND – AN OVERVIEW Contribution (%) of Different Sectors to GDP Sector Agriculture Industries Mining & Quarrying Services TOTAL National 13.69 26.75 1.95 Jharkhand 13.28 41.7 11.35 59.57 100.0 45.03 100.0 JHARKHAND CONTRIBUTION TO INDIA’S GDP IS 1.90 %. 4 View slide
  • KAYA KALP MODEL – CHANGING THE FACE OF INDUSTRY 5
  • Outcomes of the model : A case study of CCL (A) Raw Coal Offtake ( Million Tonnes) 52.89 51.0 48.04 46.58 46.0 43.84 44.29 41.0 36.0 2008-09 2009-10 9 8 9 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
  • (B ) Profit Before Tax ( Rs Crores) 36.2 % Growth 2800 2683.6 2600 2400 2200 1860.2 2000 1970.2 2010-11 2011-12 1800 1600 1533.1 1400 1200 1000 800 600 2009-10 2012-13
  • © GREENFIELD PROJECTS SL NO PARAMETER ANTE KAYA KALP POST KAYA KALP 1 GREENFIELD PROJECT OPENED 0 3 2 PHYSICAL POSSESSION OF LAND (Acres) 350 1200 3 EMPLOYMENT TO PROJECT AFFECTED PERSONS 175 600 8
  • Initiatives already taken by CCL 1. OITDS in Piparwar Project 2. RFID, CCTV, automatic weighment & boom barrier based monitoring system for contractor trucks in Ashoka project. 3. GPS, RFID, CCTV, automatic weighment & boom barrier based monitoring system for all coal carrying contractual vehicles in all mine of CCL  Tenders floated  4 Bids received  Work order to be placed by February end 9
  • Initiatives already taken by CCL 4. WAN installation connecting all units of CCL  Work awarded to TCIL  Likely to be completed by April end 5. CoalNet module to be operational from May’14 FUTURE PLANS: 1. ERP : ERP particularly the modules related to accounting, project management, human resources management, and supply chain management should be implemented in all coal companies. 2. KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE 10
  • Other IT Initiatives of CCL 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. E- tendering Reverse Auction: This has resulted in savings of about Rs 539 crores. In 33 cases the price discovered by reverse auction was even less than the estimated price. The system has increased the number of vendors from 50 to 165, and has reduced the cycle time by a month.( over 20 %). Cartel formation by contractors has gone down considerably. E-payment E-procurement Uploading of information related to bill payment status, EMD/SD status on web-site for greater transparency Online filing of Property return by the Executives of CCL Online Recruitment of Non-Executives Executive Information System(EIS) / Non Executive information System(NEIS) Online Filing of Complaints CCL HQ Campus LAN of 800 Nodes 11
  • Geospatial Technology in Mining 1. Mine Planning – Topographical survey Topographical survey of 27 major coalfields on scale of 1:5000 , with 2 m contour interval based on remote sensing technique is under progress in CMPDI 2. Exploration :    Regional Mapping Structural Mapping Geological Mapping Potential coal / mineral bearing zone can be located using hyper spectral satellite data . This is being done by CMPDI. 12
  • Geospatial Technology in Mining 3.Mining Operation a) b) c) d) e) f) Planning and monitoring of mine geometry Bench design in Coal and OB Measurement of coal quantity evacuated from face and stocked Measurement of OB removal Slope stability of coal and OB benches as well as OB dumps Real time monitoring and controlling the vehicle movement , be it departmental dumpers , trucks other HEMMs or those of contractors 13
  • Geospatial Technology in Mining 4. Infrastructure Development 5. Environmental Management Planning a. Land use / cover pattern in core and buffer zone b. Environmental monitoring c. Land reclamation monitoring d. Watershed management e. Coal mine fire mapping 6. Site selection for Thermal Power Projects , Washeries and Route alignment: CMPDI, Geomatics division has suggested the sites of over 100 thermal power stations including many UMPP (ultra mega power projects). 14
  • GPS/GPRS based vehicle tracking and RF ID based weighing control system along with CCTV for CCL command Area
  • OPPORTUNITIES 1. SCOPE FOR LARGE SCALE THERMAL POWER GENERATION ON ACCOUNTOF HUGE COAL DEPOSITS 2. POTENTIAL FOR STEEL PLANTS DUE IRON ORE AND COKING COAL RESERVES 3. 1300 MM AVERAGE ANNUAL RAINFALL GIVES OPPORTUNITY FOR BETTER WATER USE THROUGH WATER CONSERVATION TECHNIQUES 4. SOIL TYPE AND WEATHER CONDITION GOOD FOR HORTICULTURE, FLORICULTURE ETC. 5. GOOD SCOPE FOR FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES 6. DEVELOP TOURISM LIKE KERALA 7. DEVELOP IT INDUSTRY – RANCHI CAN BECOME THE BANGALORE OF THE EAST
  • Conclusion “ Think not what technology can do for you, think what you can do with the technology.” We must also remember the famous statement of Chief Seattle, an American tribal chief, (1854) “We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children” 17
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