खेलो इंडिया यूथ गेम्स 2019 एवं 2020 पदक प्राप्त कर चुके खिलाड़ियों को नगद राशि देकर किया जाएगा सम्मानित

On September 29, the 21st meeting of the State Level Geological Program Board was held in Raipur in connection with the technical discussion necessary for exploration of minerals and assessment of deposits in Chhattisgarh. While discussing in the meeting, keeping in view the usefulness of minerals in the development of the country and the state, special emphasis was laid on the exploration of precious and strategic minerals etc. Apart from this, Navni projects were also recommended for the year 2021-22 keeping in mind the industrial demand and supply of minerals to the mineral based industries. With this, the work of exploration of minerals like gold, copper, diamond, manganese etc. will be started in the department, which will play an important role in the development of the state. On this occasion Geologists of India, Atomic Mineral Division, Mineral Exploration Corporation, Indian Bureau of Mines, NMDC, CMDC, Directorate of Geology and Mining Chhattisgarh related to mineral exploration and prospecting works. Including representatives of other geo-technical institutions of the State Government and Government of India participated. The meeting was presided over by Shri Siddharth Komal Pardeshi, Secretary, Mineral Resources Department. While discussing in the meeting, it was informed that in the financial year 2020-21, major work has been done by the Geology and Mining Department of the state in the field of exploration of minerals. During this, the deposits of various minerals existing in the state have also been explored. In this, a total of 475 million tonnes of limestone reserves were estimated in Sarseni Guma area of ​​Balodabazar-Bhatapara district, which can be used for cement plant. Their auction process will be started soon. Similarly, a total of 56.16 million tonnes of limestone reserves were estimated in Hirmi-do area of ​​Balodabazar-Bhatapara district. Work in this area will continue in the future as well. Apart from this, total reserves of 03.86 million tonnes of metal grade bauxite have been estimated in Chandradadar area of ​​Kabirdham district and 07.50 million tonnes of metal grade bauxite in Kunia area of ​​Surguja district. In the meeting, Secretary, Department of Minerals, Shri Pardeshi appreciated the continuous exploration works for the exploration of minerals in the state. He also encouraged to identify the precious and strategic importance minerals useful in the development of the state. Similarly, Director Geology and Mining Shri Jayaprakash Maurya stressed upon all the institutions related to mining to find useful minerals. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading