Integrated Mining Cities Seminar

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Program Details of Seminar on Integrated Mining Cities to be held on 16-12-2010 at St. Laurn Towers, Ahmedabad.

Program Details of Seminar on Integrated Mining Cities to be held on 16-12-2010 at St. Laurn Towers, Ahmedabad.

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  • 1. Seminar on “Integrated Mining Cities”Thursday, 16 December 2010, Hotel St Laurn, Ashram Road, Nr Usmanpura, AhmedabadProgramme 0930 – 1000 hrs Registration of Delegates 1000 – 1115 hrs Inaugural PlenaryMining and minerals have the legacy from the ancient civilization. Copper mining and smelting exist since 11 CenturyA.D. in Gujarat. Due to unique geology, Gujarat is a treasure house of minerals, having 18 different deposits ofsignificance, including Lignite, Bauxite, Limestone, Manganese, Fluorspar, Bentonite, Clay, Silica Sand, Dolomite etc.Among the minerals that are to be found only in Gujarat, are Agate, Chalk, Perlite and Fluorite. Gujarat is the leader inmining of Fluorspar in the country. It has India’s largest share of Silica Sand deposits and second largest production ofbauxite, lignite, fire clay and china clay. Gujarat ranks 4th in the country in value of mineral production1000 – 1010 hrs Welcome and Introductory Remarks V S Gadhavi Managing Director, Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation1010 – 1025 hrs Address Maheshwar Sahu, IAS Principal Secretary, Dept of Industries & Mines Government of Gujarat1025 – 1040 hrs Special Address S Vijay Kumar * Secretary Ministry of Mines, Government of India1040 – 1100 hrs Address by Chief Guest Saurabhbhai Patel Minister of State for Industries Government of Gujarat1100 – 1110 hrs Vote of Thanks Yatindra Sharma Chairman, CII Gujarat State Council & Joint Managing Director KHS Machinery Pvt. Ltd.1110 – 1130 hrs Tea / Coffee Break National Partner Knowledge Partner
  • 2. Seminar on “Integrated Mining Cities”Thursday, 16 December 2010, Hotel St Laurn, Ashram Road, Nr Usmanpura, AhmedabadPlenary I: 1130- 1300 hrs: Integrated Mining Cities:With a view to encourage sustainable mining with due conservation of valuable resources at par with international bestmining practice, it is necessary to infuse the latest environment friendly mining technology. To understand and implementcomprehensive and scientific mining in the State, “Integrated mining Cities” are required to be set up.This Session shall discuss on the Global delivery models for developing a Mining City. A comprehensive Mining city wouldalso require understanding the latest technologies that are required for Mine Closure. The most important aspect for thedevelopment of a mining city is to study the Socio-Economic Impact on the society.1130 – 1140 hrs Welcome by Session Chairman Hemant Shah Executive Director of Sales & Marketing Cubex Ltd1140 – 1200 hrs Hydrological Issues in Mining Arijit Dey Scientist Ministry of Water Resources, Government of India1200 – 1220 hrs Emerging Technologies in Mine Closure S N Mathur Ex Executive Director Gujarat Industries Power Co. Ltd.1220 – 1240 hrs Capacity Building in the area of Advanced Mining Arun Basu Technology – A key Corporate Social Responsibility Director JNE Consulting Ltd.1240 – 1255 hrs Question Answer Session1255 – 1305 hrs Concluding Remarks by Session Chairman Hemant Shah1305 – 1400 hrs NETWORKING LUNCH National Partner Knowledge Partner
  • 3. Seminar on “Integrated Mining Cities”Thursday, 16 December 2010, Hotel St Laurn, Ashram Road, Nr Usmanpura, AhmedabadPlenary II: 1400- 1550 hrs: Conservation of Mineral Resources:Natural resources are drying up very fast and so a strong need of its conservation has come upIn view of infinite andunreplenishable nature of mineral resources, the minerals need to be excavated in a very efficient manner. Understandingthe requirement of conserving these mineral resources a highest degree of conservation is required to be as thesemineral resources are not only for the present generation but the generations to follow.For conservation of there is a need to Map & Estimate accurately the total quantity of Mineral resources and itsconsumption pattern so that they can be mined and used conservatively and maximum extraction can be done. Thejudicious use of the available minerals and scientific mineral conservation techniques should be used. This session shallalso discuss the Technologies for upgrading the Quality of Minerals with a focus on Bauxite.1400 – 1410 hrs Welcome by Session Chairman Vinay Vyasa Commissioner, Geology & Mining Government of Gujarat1410 – 1430 hrs Mapping & Estimation of Mineral Resources K V Chittranjan Vice President Scanpoint Geomatics Ltd1430 – 1450 hrs Raw Material Challenge for the Refractory Industry Ravin Jhunjhunwala Chairman Orind Singapore Pte Ltd1450 – 1510 hrs Technologies for Upgrading the quality of Minerals K P Shetty (Bauxite) DGM (West) Wirtgen India1510 – 1525 hrs Question & Answer1525 – 1535 hrs Concluding Remarks by Session Chairman Vinay Vyasa Commissioner, Geology & Mining Government of Gujarat1535 – 1550 hrs Tea / Coffee Break National Partner Knowledge Partner
  • 4. Seminar on “Integrated Mining Cities”Thursday, 16 December 2010, Hotel St Laurn, Ashram Road, Nr Usmanpura, AhmedabadPlenary III: 1550 - 1725 hrs: Eco – Friendly Surface Mining:Mining activities are bound to disturb earth as well as nature with immense environmental impact on flora, fauna and thehuman beings. These activities also result in generation of a lot of pollution in terms of air, water and noise etc. In orderto minimize such environmental impact, Miners should take extreme care to deploy environment friendly miningtechnology processes and methods for bare minimum pollution.This session shall discuss on the Eco – Friendly Mining in Sensitive Areas globally including the Emerging Mine Planning Techniquesand also look into the Mine safety requirements and the Contract Mining.1550 – 1600 hrs Welcome by Session Chairman Ganpat Roonwal Member, Environmental Appraisal committee for Coal, Mining and Thermal Plants, Ministry of Environment & Forests Govt. of India1600 – 1620 hrs Innovative & Futuristic Mining – Rehabilitation & N K Nuwal Water Management in Action Vice President (Mines) Ambuja Cements Ltd.1620 – 1640 hrs Emerging Mine Planning Techniques Sandeep Ray Regional Operations Director, CAE Datamine International1640 – 1700 hrs Mine Safety & Contract Mining K Y P Kulkarni Senior Executive President Kovaya, UltraTech Cement Ltd1700 – 1715 hrs Question & Answer1715 – 1725 hrs Concluding Remarks by Session Chairman Ganpat Roonwal Member, Environmental Appraisal committee for Coal, Mining and Thermal Plants, Ministry of Environment & Forests Govt. of India ∗ Confirmation Awaited National Partner Knowledge Partner