Conference on INDIAN INDUSTRIAL MINERALS

Taj Aravali Resort & Spa, Udaipur
(18-19 February, 2019)

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General Informations

Every segment of society uses mineral resources every day. The industrial minerals are the essential raw materials which find use in range of industrial and domestic products used in our everyday life.  May be the simple porcelain products or high tech ceramics used in the spacecrafts, require use of industrial minerals.   The industrial minerals are not only important because of their uses but also for generating employment. 

 

The trade in industrial minerals sector is dictated by the needs of the population and performance of economy.  The Indian industrial minerals has witnessed rapid growth.  Annual value of production of non-metallic minerals increased from Rs. 6497 crores in 2014-15 to Rs. 7702 crores in 2017-18.  The major contributors are Limestone, phosphorite / rock phosphate, kaolin, dolomite etc. India is second largest producer of talc / steatite / pyrophyllite and barytes in the world.

 

In order that this sector continues to grow, it must use the state-of-the-art technologies to increase productivity and be competitive.  Further, market strategies are required to be formulated taking into account the constraints and compulsions of domestic and global markets.  Against this background and to discuss the policy issues, the Conference on Indian Industrial Minerals is being organized in Udaipur.

Conference Themes

ü  MINERAL POLICY vis-à-vis INDIAN INDUSTRIAL MINERALS (Mining Act, Legal Issues and Transport Act.)-Scenario after 31 March, 2020


Ü CHANGING supply and demand patterns

 


ü  INDIAN INDUSTRIAL MINERALS – ECONOMIC MEASURES AND FINANCIAL ISSUES

 

 

ü  TECHNOLOGICAL UP-GRADATION (mining, exploration and processing issues)

 

 

ü  ENVIRONMENTAL AND SUSTAINABLE MINING DEVELOPMENT

 

 

ü  AVAILABILITY OF FLUXES FOR STEEL, FERRO ALLOY AND REFRACTORY MAKING – ISSUES AND PROSPECTS

 


Participation/ Registration

To register please fill up the attached participation/registration form and return it together with the applicable payment.

Indian/foreigners having work permits

01 Feb 2019 - INR
5000 + 18% GST(900)
Total Price(INR) = 5900

  • Thereafter - INR
    6000+ 18% GST(1080)
    Total Price(INR) = 7080

Foreigners

01 Feb 2019 - USD 200

  • Thereafter - USD 250

 

All payments for registration/silver sponsorship/sponsorship/co-sponsorship should be made by an account payee cheque/demand draft in favour of FIMI PROGRAMMES AND TRAINING PVT. LTD. and sent to: FIMI Programmes and Training Pvt. Ltd., FIMI House, B-311, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase-I, New Delhi-110 020 (India), Tel : +91-11-26814597; Fax : +91-11-26814594, 26814593; E-mail : ptpl@fedmin.com OR by bank transfer payable to FIMI PROGRAMMES AND TRAINING PVT. LTD. (please attach a copy of the transfer document ) to Current Account No. 65069646021. The swift no. is SBININBBP54 and RTGS No. SBIN0014461, State Bank of India, Agarwal Plaza, Behind Crown Plaza, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase-I, New Delhi-110 020. Ph:+91-11-26816603 (When paying by bank transfer, please ensure that you transfer enough funds to cover the full price of your amount, plus any bank charges you may incur.)

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Hotel Accommodation

The accommodation for the participants has been blocked in the following hotel. Participants are requested to kindly book their accommodation as early as possible but not later than 20 January, 2019 directly. After 20 January, 2019 the hotel will provide the rooms on availability. The booking will be on a “first-come-first-serve” basis. The tariff are as under

ROOM TARIFF PER DAY BASIS

(inclusive of breakfast)

17 February, 2019 Check-in and 20 February, 2019 Check-out

 

Hotel

Single

Double

 

Taj Aravali Resort & Spa

14000

14000

For booking in the hotel kindly send the email to Mr. Manish Paliwal at paliwal.manish@tajhotels.com or dial at +91 8302800453 / +91 294 2681000 with the hotel accommodation form.

 

Note:

  1. The above rates are subject to applicable taxes.
  2. In case of any increase in the existing tax structure by the Govt. of India, the same will be charged accordingly.
  3. Hotel will send you the cancellation policy with their reply.
  4. Kindly mention subject as “FIMI Conference” in all correspondence with the hotel.
  5. Foreigners have to pay in foreign currency at the prevalent rate of exchange
  6. Kindly produce photo identification at the time of check-in for security purposes.

 

Programme

 

17 February, 2019

Sunday

18 February, 2019

Monday

19 February, 2019

Tuesday

 

 

Opening Session

1000-1100 Hrs.

 

 

 

Session-V

1000-1130 Hrs.

 

Environmental and Sustainable Mining Development

 

 

1100-1130 Hrs : Tea/Coffee

1130-1200 Hrs : Tea/Coffee

 

 

Session-I

1130-1330 Hrs.

 

Mineral Policy vis-à-vis Indian Industrial Minerals

(Mining Act and Legal Issues) - Scenario after 31 March 2020

 

Session-VI

1200-1330 Hrs.

 

Availability of Fluxes for Steel, Ferro Alloy and Refractory Making -- Issues and Prospects

 

 

1330-1430 Hrs : Lunch

1330-1430 Hrs : Lunch

 

1500-1900 Hrs.

 

RegistrationÜ

 

 

 

Session-II

1430-1530 Hrs.

 

Changing Supply and Demand Patterns

 

Session-III

1530-1630 Hrs.

 

Indian Industrial Minerals – Economic Measures and Financial Issues

 

 

Session-VI to continue

1430-1530 Hrs.

 
 

 

1630-1700 Hrs. : Tea/Coffee

1530-1600 Hrs. : Tea/Coffee

 

 

Session-IV

1700-1800 Hrs.

 

Technological Up-gradation (mining, exploration and processing issues)

 

 

CONCLUDING SESSION

1600-1700 Hrs.

 

 

Ü            Registration desk will  be remain open on  18  and  19 February, 2019 during Conference hours.