Mining contributes about 2.2 to 2.5% of GDP and is vital for the economic growth of the country. The organized mining sector employs nearly 0.7 million people. Small scale mining approximately contributes to 6% of the total value of mineral production.
Mining activities though temporary in nature but associated with various social and environmental problems. EIA Notification 2006 envisages proper identiﬁcation assessment and mitigation of social and environmental problems of mining industry.
Training program on Environmental Clearance Procedures and Impact Assessment for Mining Projects is organized to bring all the stakeholders & regulators under one roof to understand Environmental Clearance Process.
Industry officials, Executives engaged in environmental management, planning, maintenance, Mining Personals, Academician, Scientist, Students & Research Scholars, NGO and interested persons etc.
Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines),
Industry Institute Interaction Facility, NBCC Shopping Complex (2nd floor),
Newtown, Rajarhat, KOLKATA- 700156
Near Newtown Bus stop, Axis mall.
(About 12 km from Kolkata Int. Airport, 12 km from Sealdah Rly Station and 15 km from Howrah Rly Station).
Last date for Registration is May 15, 2017.
(Selection will be based on first come first served basis from priority)
How to apply
Applicants are requested to send the hard copy of the filled registration form along with course fee through DD/RTGS the Demand Draft/proof for online transfer by speed post/scanned copy by e-mail to the Course Coordinator.
Online transfer should be made to
Branch: Saraidhela, Dhanbad
A/c no: 0986101009746
The Demand Draft should be drawn in favour of “Registrar, ISM Dhanbad” payable at Dhanbad.
- INR 25000 (for Indian Nationals)
- INR 8000 (for Students & Research Scholars of Indian Nationals)
The above fee are per participant inclusive of service taxes. This will include course materials, tea& snacks and working lunch. The participants have to make their own lodging arrangement at Kolkata.