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GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA
BRIEFING BOOK
CENTRAL REGION
(For the period ending December 2010)





JANUARY 2011
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Briefing Book- Central Region

Executive Summary at A Glance as on 31/12/10

STATUS UPTO
SEPTEMBER
2010
STATUS UPTO
December- 2010

1
TOTAL No. OF REPORTS
PENDING
02 NIL
19 19 19
2a
UPLOADING
OF REPORTS
IN PORTAL
19 19 19

2b
METADATA OF
UNPUBLISHED REPORTS

4251 COMPLETED

2c
ACTUAL UNPUBLISHED
REPORTS POST-2004 208 COMPLETED

2d
ACTUAL UNPUBLISHED
REPORTS PRE-2004
(DIGITALIZATION)
1204 1452

3
1:50K UPLOADED
GEO.MAPS
(TARGET-1071)
* Completed
1071
completed
COMPLETED
4

PHOTOGRAPHS FOR
PHOTO GALLARY
433 455
5 CASE STUDIES
21 22
6

RTI-No OF TRAININGS
CONDUCTED
07 10


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GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA
BRIEFING BOOK
CENTRAL REGION
(For the period ending December 2010)

CONTENTS
S.No. Subject Page
Executive Summary 2
1. Introduction 4
2. Organizational Structure 11
3. Activity Domain 15
4. XI
th
Plan Work Envisaged 23
5. Financial Perfomance Under Current Plan 23
6. Field Season Programme Work 23
7. Geoinformatics 26
8. Training & Capacity Building 28
9.
Scientific Workshops/Meetings/Symposium/Exhibitions
29
10. HRD, Establishment, Payroll, HRMIS, e-Service Book 29
11.
Vehicles & Transport Infrastructure 30
12.
Modernization 30
13.
Outsourcing of Routine Services 30
14.
Eatate Matters 31
15. Table -1 and Annexures (Annexure-1 to Annexure-11) 32-114

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1. INTRODUCTION
The Central Region of Geological Survey of India was established on 1
st
August, 1967
with the Circle Offices at Madhya Pradesh (including the Circle Office of the present State of
Chhattisgarh) and Maharashtra having headquarters at Bhopal and Pune respectively. The
circle offices were mainly involved with the systematic geological mapping and assessment
of mineral resources. At the Regional Headquarters specialised divisions like Engineering
Geology, Map compilation, Geophysical investigation, Chemical Laboratory and Drilling
were established.
Central Region covers geographical area of 0.751 million sq km in the states of
Maharashtra (3,07,713 sq km), Madhya Pradesh (3,08,150 sq km) and Chhattisgarh (1,35,195
sq km).
Over the years, the Central Region has exapanded its activities and set up its offices at
Raipur, J abalpur, Bhopal, Pune with the Headquarters in Nagpur. The activity was further
expanded to Photogeology & Remote Sensing, Regional Integrated Survey, Quaternary &
Environmental Geology and the Geodata Division equipped with LAN and WAN
connectivity including IP Phones.
Geologically it represents:
- Archaean Rocks, hosting a majority of mineral occurrences in Chhattisgarh,
Maharashtra & Madhya Pradesh.
- Proterozoic Rocks, including limestones and diamondiferous conglomerates of the
Vindhyan in Madhya Pradesh.
- Gondwana Sequence , a storehouse for coal-lignite and refractory clays.
- Deccan Continental Flood Basalts: Late Cretaceous-Early Palaeocene: lava flows
covering Peninsular shield in Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra & Chhattisgarh and
associated sedimentaries represented by Lameta and intertrappean beds.
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GEOLOGICAL CONTEXT
Geologically, the Central Region mainly comprises parts of the peninsula shield and
coastal areas.
CHHATTISGARH
Geologically, Chhattisgarh constitutes rock formations ranging in age from Archaean
to Recent. Northern Crustal Province (NCP) and the Southern Crustal Province (SCP)
separated by East-West trending Central Indian Shear Zone (CISZ) are the important and
major tectonic features.
The oldest rocks in the NCP i.e. the granite gneisses and the enclaves of igneous and
sedimentary rocks of Archaean age are confined to southern part of the Province in the
Bilaspur-Raigarh belt. The NCP is devoid of any volcano-sedimentary sequence and
Proterozoic cover rocks, unlike the SCP. The Gneisses and granitoids exposed to the east of
Mahanadi basin are designated as Chhotanagpur Gneissic Complex Though the younger
sequences of Upper Carboniferous to Lower Cretaceous Gondwana rocks are well developed
in the Mahanadi and South Rewa basins, north of Baikuntapar in Surguja area, these two
basins merge together. Lameta Group is exposed in the Amarkantak plateau region below the
Deccan Trap. Remnants of Deccan Trap occur in the plateaus in the western and northeastern
parts of Bilaspur District and southeastern and eastern part of Surguja District. Laterite and
bauxite pockets occur at J amirapat and Manipatin, Surguja District and Phutka Pahar, Korba
District. Quaternary alluvium is confined to major river valleys.
The SCP is an Archaean to Neoproterozoic assembly of lithotectonic association
comprising Archaean to Palaeoproterozoic Bengpal, Sukma, Bailadila, Sonakhan Groups,
gneiss-granitoids and younger Meso to Neoproterozoic cover rocks of Chhattisgarh,
Indravati, and Pakhal Groups. Together they constitute the Bastar Craton. Palaeoproterozoic
volcanic rocks of Nandgaon Group extend in N-S direction into the western part of bordering
Maharashtra. The Dongargarh and its equivalent granites in Madanbera and Kanker- Mainpur
areas occupy major portion of South Central part of the state. Volcano sedimentary sequence
of Khairagarh and Abujhmar Groups and sediments of Chilpi Group belonging to Palaeo-
Mesoproterozoic unconformably overlie the older sequences and the granites in the Maikala
Range and Abujhmar plateau region. The Mesoproterozoic Pakhal Supergroup occupies the
Godavari valley region in the southwestern part bordering Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra.
The Meso-Neoproterozoic Chhattisgarh Group of Rocks occupies the plains of Chhattisgarh
region. The cover sediments of Indravati-Sabari-and Pairi Groups are equivalent of Indravati
Group and occupy the J agdalpur plateau. Rocks of kimberlite affinity intrude in to the
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Indravati and Khariar sediments and in the gneisses some of which are diamondiferous.
Laterite and bauxite form cappings at number of places over these rocks in Keskal- Amabera
areas.
The state of Chhattisgarh is endowed with rich mineral wealth particularly the iron
ore, coal, bauxite, limestone, tin and diamond. A wide range of mineral resources offering
considerable opportunity for the entrepreneurs is found in the state. GSI is presently focusing
its activities in the state for exploration of fertilizer minerals including rock phosphates. A
sponsored item for establishing iron ore reserves of Aridongri area under MoU with CGMDC
is in progress.
MADHYA PRADESH
Madhya Pradesh as a part of Central Indian Shield (CIS) contains the rocks ranging
from Archaean to Phanerozoic age. The Central Indian Shield is divided into two broad
tectonic domains i.e. the Northern Crustal Province (NCP) and the Southern Crustal Province
(SCP)- by a long crustal scale curvilinear ENE-WSW trending ductile shear zone called
Central Indian Shear Zone (CISZ) which continues from southwest of Balaghat to north of
Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh. Son-Narmada-Tapti valley (SONATA) forms a major zone of
tectonic activities in this region.
The oldest litho-assemblages of Archaeans mainly consist of the gneissic
complexes viz. Bundelkhand, Amgaon, Sidhi, Alirajpur, Betul Gneissic Complex and Tirodi
Gneisses. The Palaeo to Neoproterozoic cover sediments are represented by Mahakoshal
Group, Sausar Group covering parts of Balaghat and Chhindwara districts, Aravalli
Supergroup in J ahabua District, Volcano-sedimentary sequence of Betul belt, Nandgaon
Group in Balaghat District, Malanjkhand, Bijawar Group in Sagar, Chhatarpur and Harda
districts, Gwalior Group in Gwalior District, Chilpi Group in Balaghat District and Vindhyan
Supergroup covers parts of Sidhi, Rewa, Satna, Panna, Chhatarpur, Sagar, Bhopal Shivpuri
and Guna districts along with the Dongargarh granites in Balaghat District.
Late Palaeozoic- Mesozoic (200- 100 Ma) sequences are represented by
Gondwana Supergroup, Bagh Group and Lameta Formation. The Gondwana hosts many
important coal fields in the Satpura region. Bagh Beds (100 Ma) in Dhar, J habua and
Khargone districts rich in faunal remains like bivalves, gastropods, ammonites and echinoids.
The Lameta Formation preserves excellent vertebrate fossils including dinosaur nesting sites.
Deccan Flood Basalt Sequences (DCFB) (Upper Cretaceous-Palaeogene)
mostly comprising basaltic flows and associated sedimentary beds cover a major part of
southern and western part of the state. Laterite cover of Cenozoic period occurs as capping on
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the high plateaus formed by Deccan Traps. All the aluminum deposits in the state have
formed in the Cenozoic rocks. The Quaternary sediments of Narmada valley has yielded 500,
000 years old skull of Narmada man (Homo erectus narmadensis) from Hathnora in Sehore
District.
The state is blessed with bountiful mineral resources including Coal, Bauxite,
Limestone, Dolomite, Rock phosphate, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Manganese, Iron ores, Diaspore,
Pyrophyllite and Diamond. More than half of the countrys manganese production comes
from the state. The state is also bestowed with huge reserves of coal in Sidhi, Singhrauli,
Shahdol, Umariya and Chhindwara districts. Presently, the only diamond producing mines in
India are located in Panna District. Establishing resources for Copper deposits in
Malanjkhand in Balaghta District is the most significant contribution of GSI to the National
Mineral Wealth. Prospects of base metals have been proved by GSI in recent years in the
Betul Belt. Sizeable resources of gold associated with copper, silver and lead have also been
established recently in the Imaliya Block of Katni District. A large economically viable
reserve of Refractory, SMS and BF grade low-silica dolomite proved by GSI of Sagar and
Chhatarpur districts is a boon to the iron and steel industries.
MAHARASHTRA
Maharashtra exhibits a spectrum of stratigraphic sequences of rocks ranging from
Archaean to Quaternary. The oldest Archaean gneisses, variously designated as Amgaon
Gneiss, Bengpal Gneiss, Tirodi Gneiss and Peninsular Gneiss are well exposed in different
parts of the state. The Archaean gneissic complex is unconformably overlain by the
metamorphosed volcano-sedimentary rocks of Sakoli Group and banded ferruginous
quartzite, metapelites, quartzites of Archaean to Palaeoproterozoic age. The 3000 m thick
unfosiliferous plateformal cover sediments exposed along Godavari valley is classified into
Pakhal, Penganga and Sullavahi groups. Basic and ultrabasic rocks exposed in Sindhudurg
District are considered to be an extension of the Chitradurga Group of rocks of Karnataka and
Goa.
The Palaeoproterozoic acid volcanics and volcanoclastics of Nandgaon Group are
exposed in the easternmost Gondia and Gadchiroli districts, is intruded by Dongargarh
Granite (2500 m.y.). Palaeo to Mesoproterozoic Khairagarh Group is consisting of bimodal
volcano-sedimentaries unconformably overly on the Dongargarh Granite. The rocks of
Sausar Group occur in Nagpur and Bhandara districts exposed in a 75 km wide and 210 km
long belt extending into Madhya Pradesh.
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The Late Palaeozoic to Mesozoic fluvial sedimentary sequence of Gondwana
Supergroup is exposed in the Wardha Valley region of Chandrapur, Yavatmal and
Gadchiroli districts extending northward in Kamthi and Umrer areas of Nagpur District.
A minor proportion of fossiliferous sedimentary rocks of the marine Bagh Formation
and freshwater Lameta Formation are exposed below the Deccan Flood Basalt Sequences
(DCFB). A major part of Maharashtra is covered by with tholeiitic basalts of DCFB (Upper
Cretaceous to Palaeocene). The DCFB associated with intertrappean sediments are classified
as Sahyadri Group and Satpura Group.
The Quaternary deposits are mainly confined in Tapti, Purna and Godavari valleys
and the fluviomarine deposits in the west coast. Laterite cappings cover almost all the rock
formations but mostly over the Deccan Trap basalts.
The eastern and southwestern parts of Maharashtra are occupied by stratigraphically
older rock formations forming a repository of vast mineral wealth including manganese, coal,
sillimanite, kyanite, copper, dolomite, limestone, bauxite and iron ore. GSI has remained
involved with the mineral investigations for gold, tin-tunsten and basemetals and established
the resources. Presently, the activities of GSI are more focused on mineral exploration for
base metals and PGE (Platinum Group Elements) in Chandrapur and Gadchiroli districts. The
geothermal prospects established along west coast are future potential for harnessing
geothermal energy.


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GEOLOGICAL AND MINERAL MAP OF CENTRAL REGION


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2.ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE
The Geological Survey of India is now formally declared as an Attached Office of the
Ministry of Mines, Government of India, following the recommendation of High Powered
Committee (HPC) set up in 2008. Till J uly, 2009 it remained a Subordinate Office. The new
organizational structure of GSI is in accordance with its new-found status. The organizational
structure of GSI is substantially oriented to meet the needs for the specialization as well as
multidisciplinary studies.
The Union Cabinet had constituted a High Powered Committee (HPC) for thoroughly
reviewing the existing functioning of Geological Survey of India and for assessing its
capacity to meet the emerging challenges taking into account the technological and
manpower resources of the organisation. The report of the committee had been submitted and
accepted. The revised organizational structure, submitted by the Committee and accepted by
Government, is under the process of implementation. The Headquarter of Mission II is
located at Nagpur and its organization setup is given below.
Current Organizational Setup of Central region:
Central Region has its Regional Headquarters at Nagpur with its five operational units
which are located at Nagpur and Pune (Op: Maharashta); OP: MPCG at Bhopal, J abalpur
(MP) and Raipur (CG).
The organogram is given below:

ORGANISATIONAL SET-UP OF CENTRAL REGION , NAGPUR (In Mission Mode)
ADG/Dy. DG & HoD CR Nagpur
Dr.K.Rajaram
DDG
HOD
TI
Hydera
bad

State Units
DDG Opn Mah DDG Opn MP & CG

Dr K Rajaram
(Addl Charge)
Dr K Rajaram (Addl Charge)

CR, Nagpur, HQ Suptd Geol
OPM ,
Nagpur
Director
OPM , Pune
Director OP:
MPCG Bhopal
Suptd Geol
OP: MPCG
J abalpur
Director OP:
MPCG Raipur
Director,
Geophysics


K Rao

A B Sable B Bhusari A K Mohanty N.
Venkatramana


DyDG/Director/PSS
Director PSS-I
M Mohan

PSS Nagpur
K Koteswara
Rao
PSS
Pune
A S Gill
PSS Bhopal
A B Sable
PSS
J abalpur
B Bhusari
PSS Raipur
M C patel
(addl Ch)
PSS
Geophysics
N.
Venkatramana

Director PSS-II
Dr A.K.Chatterjee
Director PSS-III
R K Shrivastava

Director Mission-I
P.K.Chourasia
STM P Mawar S.R.Natu H Athawale B Bhusari M C Patel

NGCM P Mawar A S Gill H Athawale B Bhusari M C Patel


G P M

N.
Venkatramana


Mission IB -
PGRS
A.H.
Chourasia

Director/ Mission-IIA
(Non-Energy) I K
Mishra

Strategic
Min./Non Fer
Precious/Noble
Min
Ferti ./Industrial
Min
Ferrous Min
K K Rao V Ganeshan V Sriniwasan B Bhaskar M C Patel Geophysical
Logging

N.
Venkatramana

Director/ Mission-IIB
Natural Energy
Resources
Dr S Dasgupta


Director/ Mission-III
Geoinformatics

Prodip De
Data Repository
& management
S Nateshan


Map& Cart.
S Nateshan
Map & Cart
P Shrivastava

Map & Cart
V K J ain


Geoinformatics
S Nateshan
Geodata
H Athawale
Geo-
informatics
B Bhusari
Geo-
informatics
M C Patel


Information
Delivery
S K Sharma

Mission-IV

Engg Geol
M P Shrivastava



Engg Geol
V P Sable
Land Slides
S Sarkar
Engg Geol
R L Sahu
Seismic
Observatory
B Bhusari

Seismic Lab,
Nagpur
N
Venkatramana

Director/Mission-IV
Fundamental
Geoscience
Pal/Strati
Dr D M Mohabe
Petrology Lab
M P Chawde

Petrology Divn
A B Sable (
Addl Ch)

ST Sup Sys
R K Sinha
I T Infrastructure
& Connectivity
S Nateshan
Geo-
informatics
S Sarkar
Geodata
H Athawale
Geo-
informatics
B Bhaskar
Geoinformatics
M C Patel
Geophysical
Instt
D
Bhatnagar


Core Library
G Gonnade
Geotech Lab


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R K Sinha
Mineral Physics
M P Chawade
( Addl Ch)


Chemical Dn.
V M Parate
Chemical
Lab
G R N
Tagore
Chemical Lab
S S KIran
Geophysical
Lab
D Bhatmagar



Engineering Divn
P N Sinha
Drawing Section
S Nateshan
Survey Section
S B Telang
CAP & M (MM
Dn.)
D Bhatnagar
Park Musm/
Curatorial
M P Chawde


Mision-V, T I &
capacity Building
Suptd Geol
Reg. Trg Inst.,
Nagpur
K Sashidharan
Field Training
Instt, Raipur
H Y Bhai


ASS-I
G Gonnade
ASS-II Finance
P K Mondal
ASS-III
S K Sinha (RAO)
G Gonnade , HoO ,
CR















ASS-IV
M P Chawade (Addl
Ch)





Accounts-I
Section
Accounts-II
Section
Accounts-III
Section (Party
Bill)
Cash Section
Pension Cell
Central Dispatch
Cell
Estate &
Accommodation
Cell
Security Officer-
Security
Cell/Section



Dir. FinanceP K
Mondal



Plan/Non Plan
Budget(In Mission
Mode)/ Audit
Section

Vigilance Officer A K
Chatterjee
Vigilance Section

Liason Officer
SC/ST/PH
Liason Officer
OBC
Liason Officer
CPWD
Grievance Officer CR
Rajbhasha Adikari,
CR

CPIO, CR
Liaison SC/ST/PH
Cell
Liaison Cell OBC
Cell
Liasion Cell
CPWD
Grievance Cell
Hindi
Section/Cell

RTI Cell Nagpur

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3. ACTIVITY DOMAIN
The activities of Central Region are currently organized around seven schemes:
Schemes Components/Activities
Mission - I
Survey & Mapping Specialised Thematic Mapping, Geochemical
Mapping, Geophysical Mapping Geomorphological
Mapping and Remote Sensing & Aerial Surveys.
Mission - II
Mineral Exploration Mineral Exploration for basemetal, iron ore, PGE,
phosphorite and other minerals as per changing
priority and for Energy minerals coal (including
lignite).
Mission - III
Geoinformatics Data Repository & Mangement and Information
Delivry. Map compilation and publication on various
earth science subjects, Geoinformatics, Information
Technology and dissemination of information through
GSI portal in Public Domain.
Mission - IV
Multi-disciplinary
Geoscience and Special
Studies
Geotechncial, environmental, landslide, earthquake
geology and seismological, and mocrozonation studies
including palaeo-climatic studies and biodiversity.
Fundamental
Geoscience Studies
Research work on fundamental geoscience.
Mission - V
Human Resource
Development
Training though RTI and FTC
STSS
Modernization Procurement of Modern Scientific Instruments for
upgradtion of all Laboratories.
Assests Procurement &
Management
Acquisition and replacement of
instruments/equipments in planned manner.
The FSP 2010-12 of Central Region in Mission Mode is being uploaded in FSP-MIS
module and most of the items approved in GSI Portal and under execution with concerned
Director/Project Heads.

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MISSION-I
a. SURVEY & MAPPING
Special Thematic Mapping: a) in Pandadah-Khairagarh, Amgaon, Nandgaon belt,
Durg-Rajnandgaon district an area of 30 sq km area mapped. It exposes sandstones,
rhyolite, gabbro and quartz veins. Samples are collected 6 BRS, 6PCS, 6 PS and 6
REE.
b) STM was carried out in Chhotanagpur granite gneiss and metasediments of
Surguja district, Chhattisgarh. The area exposes sandstones, rhyolite, gabbro and
quartz veins. Samples collected in 32 sq km area covered include 6 BRS, 6PCS, 6 PS
and 6 REE.
c) S T M of Bundelkhand gneissic complex and associated rocks in parts of Datia,
Gwalior and Shivpuri districts covering 100 sq km in parts of T.S. No. 54 K/2
exposes medium to coarse grained grey granite and enclaves of granodioirite and
soil/alluvim. Field evidences show that the emplacement of granites is followed by
intrusion of quartz reefs along NE-SW fractures. The samples collected include BRS-
17, PS-17, PCS-4.
d) S T M was carried out in unclassified Mahakoshal and older granite gneiss in
Silondi-Khirwa area, J abalpur and Katni districts covering 26 sq. km area in topsheet
64 A/7. The area exposes rocks of Mahakoshal Group, Gondwana Supergroup,
Lameta, Deccan trap and light grey granites. BIF is exposed in a abandoned quarry.
Samples collected include BRS-2, PS-8, PCS-3.

e) Thematic Mapping of archaean gneiss terrain, western Bastar Craton, Chandrapur
district, MSs carried out covering 140sq km in parts of 55 P/11 and 12. The area
comprises basement gneisses, amphibolite, pyroxenites, BIF, quartzites and
sandstones and conglomerates. The general trend of foliation in basement gneiss and
amphibolites. Slags dumps are observed around Ramda and Wakal villages. The
quartzite shows plunging open folds having sulphide mineralisation along hinge zone.
Major findings are old workings and retorts near Lonkheri and Khakhara. The
samples collected include SSS-9, BRS-10, PS-18, PCS-10and CHN-5.

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Thematic Mapping of Archaean gneiss, Nandgaon Group, Dongargarh granite,
Gondia district, MS (64C/4, 7 & 8) was carried out and 60 sq km area is covered.
Specialized Thematic Mapping in Precambrian terrain in parts of Sindhudurg District,
Maharashtra:The 104 sq km area covered around Pinguli-Zarap-Math-Valabal-
Tendoli exposes biotite gneiss, porphyritic gr. Gn, quartzite, metabasalt, BIF and
metagabbro, biotite gneiss is the country rock. These rocks are covered by
laterite/lateritic soil. The samples collected include PS-35, PCS-15, EPMA-5.

Geochemical Mapping: a) For geochemical characterization of abiotic environment,
the GCM is in progress in a) Sonakhan granite greenstone belt, Mahasamund district,
CG(TS 64 K12 & 16). Area covered 304 sq km and SS Samples collected -304,
composite-72.
b) Sonakhan granite greenstone belt, Mahasamund district, CG (TS 64 K/2 & 3) Area
covered 250 sq km and SS Samples collected -250, soil-5, regolith-5, composite-33.
c) Betul & Chhindwara districts, MP (TS 55K/1 & 5 ). The area forms part of Meso
Proterozoic Betul inlier comprising bimodal volcanics, metasediments and ultrabasic
intrusives and Gondwana sediments and Deccan Trap besides soil cover. Area
covered 190 sq km and SS Samples collected -190, soil-1, regolith-1.

d) parts of J abalpur and Katni districts, M P (TS 55M/16, 64A/3, 64A/2). The area
exposes rocks of Mahakoshal Group,, Intrusive granite, deccan Trap and alluvium.
The Mahakoshals are represented by phyllite, quartzite, and BIF. Along the southern
margin of the Mahakoshal Group, an intrusive zone is represented by quartz porphyry
and grey granite. Laterite cappings are observed near Khamaria village. Area covered
191 sq km and SS Samples collected -191, soil-1, regolith-1, water-9, composite-29.
e) in parts of Bhandara and Nagpur districts, MS (55O/8, O/12 & O/16) area exposes
rocks of Amgaon Gneissic comples af archaean age and sakoli Group of
Palaeoproterozoic rocks. Area covered 263 sq km and SS Samples collected -263,
composite-12.
f) in parts of Gondia And Bhandara districts, MS (TS 64C/3 & 64C/4). Area covered
is 64 sq km and SS Samples collected -64.
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g) in parts of Sindhudurg district, MS (TS 47 H/16, 48E/13, 48I/1). The area
examined exposes Dharwarian rocks represented by metasediments and granites
gneiss with enclaves of ultrabasic and basic intrusives. They are unconformably
overlain by Kaladgi sediments which are in turn overlain by Deccan Trap.
Considerable area is overlain by laterite. Area covered 50 sq km and SS Samples
collected -50.
Geophysical Mapping: The GPM on 1:50K is in progress GPM in 55K Maharashtra.
A total of 200 sq km area has been covered.
Geomorphological Mapping: The proposal for the Geomorphological mapping and
lineament mapping on 1:50K scale satellite data covering Maharashtra. The officers
associated with the project held discussions with the officials of partner institutes.
MPCOST, Bhopal, MRSAC, Nagpur and CCOST, Raipur. MPCOST have almost
finalized 80 maps.
b. REMOTE SENSING & AERIAL SURVEY
The erstwhile AMSE Central Zone now merged with Central Region and designated as
Remote Sensing & Aerial Survey (RSAS) Division has carried out ground evaluation of
aerogeophysical anomalies covering about 16030 sq km in Chhattisgarh, so far, out of the
aerogeophysical survey of 19,150 sq km during 1994-98 by AMSE Wing, GSI. The remaining
4920 sq km is to be evaluated out of which 1,170 sq km area has been taken up in FS 2009-10
under one item.
MISSION-II
MINERAL EXPLORATION
A. NATURAL RESOURCE ASSESSMENT (NON-ENERGY RESOURCES)
Ferrous Minerals: a) Preliminary investigation for low grade iron ore in Aridongri
area, Kanker District, C.G., sponsored by CGMDC is in progress. Total drilling of
297.50 m has been achieved till December, 2010.
Non Ferrous and Strategic Minerals: a) Investigation of manganese ore in Parseoni in
Nagpur District has been taken-up in collaboration with DGM, Maharashtra for
establishing resources. b) Investigation of Establishing zones of Copper and
associated mineralization in Ghanpur-Mudholi Block, Gadchiroli District,
Maharashtra is in progress. 160.45 m drilling has been done till December, 2010.
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Precious mertals and Minerals: a) The other item Preliminary Investigation for
Nickle, Cobalt, and Platinoid Group of Elements in the basic-ultrabasic intrusives
around Gondpipri in Chandrapur District, Maharashtra is in progress. The occurrence
of Platinum Group Minerals (PGM) and gold are reported in association with Fe-Ni-
Cu Sulphides and Cr-magnetite in mafic-ultramafic rocks (Gabbro-pyroxenite).
These minerals are mainly Moncheite (PtTe
2
) and Palladium Moncheite identified
under Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). Chemical analysis of bed rock samples
show anomalous PGE values varying from 50 ppb to 1037 ppb with dominace of Pd
dominates over Pt.
The mineral resource of Central Region is given in Annexure-1.
B. NATURAL RESOURCE ASSESSMENT (ENERGY RESOURCES COAL)
The exploration for coal during the field season 2010-12 has been taken-up in Mahanadi
Valley coalfield of Chhattisgarh and in Son Valley coalfield of Madhya Pradesh and
Chhattisgarh and Wardha-Pench Valley coalfield in Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra
MISSION-III
Finalisation of geological map layer in 1:50 k national grid and uploading with
attribute data in geodatabase has been completed by uploading all the 1071 maps of
Central Region.
Under Information delivery, the item on publication of GSI Records, News and other
Special Publications is under progress. Hindi version of Geology and Mineral
Resources of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattishgarh is under scrutiny with editorial
committee. The corrections/modifications is being attended to in Economic geology
bulletin series on Bauxite deposits of Rajapur, Ratnagiri districr, Maharashtra.
Palaeontologia Indica- Fossil Mammals including early man from the Quaternary
deposits of Narmada-Son basins of Madhya Pradesh is in press.
The item on uploading of Legacy FSP and Extended Abstracts, metadata of
unpublished reports (pre-2004) reports is also under progress. Out of 21 FSP and and
Extended Abstracts- 12 volumes have been uploaded up to March, 2010. Out of 4251
(pre-2004) reports- metadata of reports and abstracts of 4240 reports; and out of 205
(post-2004) reports 103 comlete reports all have been uploaded.
The following items under Geoinformatics are proposed in FSP 2010-12
Updating of 50k Geological Maps already uploaded in the Portal.
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Publication of GSI records, news and other special publications.
Uploading of legacy FSP and extended abstracts, extended abstract (2008-
2009), transcription and uploading of metadata of unpublished reports
(post-2004 onwards) and uploading of complete reports (post-2004
onwards)
MISSION-IV
Multidisciplinary Studies:
Geotechnical evaluation of Water Resources Projects in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh
and Maharashtra are being taken-up on priority by the Engineering Geology Division in Central
Region, Nagpur; Op. MP & CG, Bhopal and OPM Pune, some important geotechnical
investigations under C.R. are:
i. Vagada Minor Irrigation Tank Project, District Sindhudurg, Maharashtra
ii. Sanjay Sagar Project, District Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh
iii. Sikasar Project, District Raipur, Chhattisgarh
iv. Pench Diversion Project Dist. Chhindwara, M.P.
v. Geotechnical Evaluation for inter-river linking of Damanganga-Pinjal Rivers in parts
of Maharashtra and Gujarat.
vi. Solapur Super Thermal Power Project, Maharashtra by National Thermal Power
Corporation.
vii. Detailed study of Dasgaon Landslide, Raigad District, Maharashtra.
In addition the Central Region has successfully completed projects on seismic Hazards,
seismic risks, seismic rigidity, liquefaction potential impedance contrast for the City of Mumbai
and has already generated the report.
Multidisciplinary study sponsored by Archeological Survey of India for suggesting
remedial measures for the conservation of World Heritage Sites including Ajanta, Ellora and
Aurangabad caves in Maharashtra; and Bhimbetka rock shelters, J ain monuments around
Gwalior Fort and Mala Devi J ain temple at Gyraspur, Madhya Pradesh were successfully
completed. A slew of remedial measures suggested by GSI to minimize the damages are being
implemented by ASI.
Fundamental Geosciences:
Palaeontology: Research projects for deciphering the environmental and climatic
changes owing to Deccan Volcanic eruption (Maastrichtian-Palaeocene) and, for
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assessing its effect on the biodiversity, the sediments associated with Deccan
Continental Flood Basalt (DCFB) Sequences of Wardha-Yeotmal-Nanded;
Chhindwara -Mandla - J abalpur and Lower Narmada/Bagh valley in Dhar-Khargone
diustricts, were taken-up. The study remained focused on palynology and dinosaur
fauna- that are the two reliable tools for correlation. The study has resulted in
providing time constraints for determining the age of the different formations of the
various groups (Sahyadri, Amarkantak, Satpura and Malwa groups) of DCFB.
Environmental and climatic changes from semiarid with strong seasonality to
inceasing humid across the Deccan Volcanic transition are indicated. Different
palynoevents including first appearance of diatoms and dinoflagellates in freshwater
Late cretaceous (Maastrhitan/29R) and appearance of fungal spike zone have been
recorded. Presence of a major sea-way across central India in Palaeocene time has
been recorded based on the presence of planktic forams in intertrappean sediments of
J hilmili (Chhindwara). Based on the studies a spatio-tempral correlation of the DCFB
sequences of different geographically separated subprovinces has been established.
The items are continued in FS 2010-12.
The item on the preparation and study of the undescribed dinosaur bones in the
collection of Indian Museum, Kolkata, has resulted in identifying one new species of
Abelisaurid theropod and one species of a smaller theropod (Laevisuchus). The
original fossil site excavated in 1917-1920 by Charles Matley was rediscovered at
Chotta Simla, J abalpur, based on the archieves from British Museum of London. This
item is taken up as a new item to carry out Taxonomic revision and to describe the
new Abelisaurid Theropod during FS 2010-12.
Petrology: During F.S. 2009-10 Investigation has been taken-up for detailed
petrographic studies of mineralized zones, alteration zones and associated rock types
of BanskhapaPipariya block in Betul belt, Madhya Pradesh. Intense wall rock
alterations are recorded on the surface as well as core samples due to pervasive
hydrothermal activity. The main wall rock alterations viz. chloritization, biotitization,
sericitization, sausaritization, silicification and epidotization are present. The sulphide
mineral assemblage recorded includes sphalerite, pyrite, chalcopyrite, galena,
covellite, pyrrhotite, along with gold. However, oxides are also recorded viz., zincite-
franklite, goethite and hematite.Release of sphalerite from probably Zn rich biotite
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and breakdown of gahnite is recorded.At least four phases of mineralization is
recorded based on textural relationship between ore minerals and also between ore
and gangue minerals. All the four phases studied are conspicuously related to
hydrothermal activity.
During the current FS 2010-12 new item on Petrography and geochemistry of mafic-
ultramafic suite of rocks with emphasis on evolution and associated mineralization of
Mordongri area in eastern part of Betul belt, Chhindwara district, Madhya Pradesh
has been taken up.
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4. XI PLAN WORK ENVISAGED
The work envisaged for the XI Plan including targets and achievements is given in
Annexure 2
5. FINANCIAL PERFOMANCE UNDER CURRENT PLAN
The details are given in Annexures -3, 4, 5 & 6.
6. FIELD SEASON PROGRAMME WORK
The works being carried out under different schemes are given under Activity Domain of
the region.
Geoscientific Collaborative Prorammes under R&D
INTERNATIONAL REMARKS
University of Michigan
Museum of Paleontology, USA
under National. Geographic
grant.
Study of Late Cretaceous Snake Fossil.
Discovery Channel Associated with Discovery Channel Filming for Dinosaur
Extinction and Deccan Volcanism

NATIONAL PROGRAMME RELATED TO PALEOCLIMATIC
STUDIES AND BIODIVERSITY
BSIP- Lucknow Mega fossils from Late Cretaceous Lameta & Intertraps.
BHU- Varanasi Palynofloral study of Deccan volcanic associated sediments.
RTM- Nagpur University Angiosperms and Grass phytoliths from Lameta sediments and
associated coprolites.


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Museum and Curatorial Activities:
The Central Region a has a Regional Museum and Curatorial Division located at Nagpur
having the rock, mineral and fossil specimens displayed in a manner following a specific
stratigraphic theme. Detailed information on the occurrence of minerals in the Central Region
has been displayed both as posters and back-lits. The museum has a distinction of having a vast
collection of diverse type dinosaur eggs. Importantly, the Museum has acquired a life size-model
(in fiber-glass) of a Late Cretaceous snake (Sanajeh indicus) predating upon a sauropod
hatchling inside a nest. The model is based on the preparation and study of the snake fossil under
a joint collaborative programme involving GSI, C.R. and University of Michigan Museum of
Palaeontology (UMMP) under MoU. The model has been presented by UMMP to GSI. There are
large number of visitors including the students both at school and college levels, researchers and
professional. The specimens in the Museum are also made available to the students and
researchers as a reference material.
In addition museums are also located in the operational offices at Bhopal, J abalpur and
Pune highlighting the local geology and mineral occurrence.
Recently Home Theatre for Audio-video presentation to visitors has been procured, also
added to plastic model of Snake predating dinosaur eggs and some specimens & exhibits to the
museum.
GSI, C.R. was involved in establishing the Prehistoric Gallery in the Museum Park of the
Raman Science Centre, Nagpur- a Regional Museum under National Science Council.
Library:
GSI, CR has a well-established Regional Library at Nagpur. Since J anuray 2009 On Line
library facilities has been made available for all the 106 journals of Elsevier. The journals are
available from J anuary 1994 onwards. This facility is extended to all the operational offices of
the Central Region. It is now proposed to extend the On line journal referencing to the students
and research scholars visiting the C.R. Library on request.
In addition, all the operational offices at Bhopal, J abalpur, Raipur, Pune and Nagpur are
also having the library facilities with selected earth science journals, text books and GSI reports.
Additional new books have been recently procured (F.Y. 2009-10) and added to the
library for consultation of officers.
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Regional Core Library:
General: Nearly 20,000 m of drill cores obtained from 82 field investigations carried out
by Central Region have been preserved in the Regional Core Library at Nagpur with access to
the fellow scientists, researcher and students from various earth science organization and
University for the research and academic activities. The process is on for transferring of Cores
(skeletonised) of different Mineral Investigations carried out Mineral Exploration Corporation of
India Limited and will be added to Regional Core Repository.
GSI has carried out drilling for exploration of base metal, chromite, gold, diamond,
manganese, bauxite, limestone, coal for establishing stratigraphy and to test geothermal energy
in a few selected areas, in the states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. The job
of preservation of drill core generated from these investigations by Central Region, AMSE Wing
and Coal Wing was taken up from the field season 2003-04. The Regional Drill Core Repository
for Central Region, GSI is established in a 150 long and 100 wide shed located at GSI,
Seminary Hills, Nagpur.
Core Preservation
The drill cores generated from investigations is preserved in GI sheet boxes of 90cm x
30cm x 10cm with a lid. The cores selected as per the guidelines from CHQ have been
transferred to the GI sheet boxes. The details of depth of core preserved and borehole numbers
were written at two sides of the GI sheet boxes and ghutkas with paint and by engraving.
For storage of drill core boxes inside the shed in multi-layer system heavy duty racks
with four partitions are designed. The racks are properly arranged in the repository taking
maximum advantage of natural ventilation and illumination and keeping sufficient place for
movement of men and machinery. Drill core boxes are stacked systematically, Project, Borehole
and depth wise in the heavy duty racks.
Storage of technical data pertaining to the Drill Core preserved
For storage of data pertaining to the drill core preserved, a computer application using
MS Access for storage of data and Visual basics for display is programmed. The fields for the
details of Project, Boreholes, Lithology, Trace elements analyses data, Whole rock analyses data,
Petrological details of thin and polished sections examined, EPMA studies carried out and
Storage details of the boxes in the repository. The Application has the facility Search the Project
number and other details using six different criteria like Title of the Project, District, State,
Geologists associated, Commodity and Item code.
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Details of the drill Core Preserved
So far, cores generated from 85 investigations, pertaining to 73 statigraphic and 361
skeletonised boreholes is preserved in 5072 galvanised iron sheet boxes, (20, 000m) have been
preserved in the Regional Drill Core Repository.
The drill core preserved in the Core Repository includes boreholes drilled for geothermal
energy in Maharashtra, bauxite investigations in Western Maharashtra, stratigraphy of Purna-
Tapti and Wainganga basins in eastern Maharashtra, base metals, gold, PGE, chromite,
tungestun, REE, investigations in Sakoli basin, kyanite, manganese investigations in Sausar belt
Maharashtra, stratigraphy of Mohar cauldron, investigations for base metals, gold and limestone
investigations in Betul and Mahakoshal Belts of Madhya Pradesh, gold and kimberlitic rocks
investigations in Sonakhan Belt and granulitic terrain of Chhattisgarh and Coal investigations in
Mand-Raigarh, Raigarh district, (C.G.) and Wardha valley Coal field, Chandrapur district (M.S.).
Placards showing the details of the investigation projects, FSP item No., tilte of the
Projects and Names of the geologists are exhibited on the racks. The locations of Projects where
the drilling was carried out are shown on geological maps of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and
Chhattisgarh.
On 03.01.2011 officers of Petrology Division, MEC Ltd, Nagpur handed over 87 drill
core boxes for two Stratigraphic boreholes for preservation in the Drill Core Repository, CR,
GSI, Nagpur along with lithological, borehole andchemical analysis details.
The 87 No. drill core boxes belong to:
1. Banskhapa-Pipriya basemetal investigation in Betul district, M.P. (Borehole No. MBK-2, 45
boxes with 169.00 m drill core).
2. Garhi Dongri gold investigation in Malajkhand area, Balaghat district, M.P. (Borehole No.
MGA-5, 42 boxes containing 168.00 m drill core).
7. GEOINFORMATICS
7.1 GSI Enterprise Portal:
The GSI Enterprise Portal has become functional in entire CRO by implementing WAN
connectivity. The connectivity now enables 79 IP telephones of the Region to be voice activated
with the rest of GSI. The Load/Upload utility for 50K geological maps now enables the Region
to directly upload digital maps onto the Portal in the GIS domain. All 1071 geological maps of
the Region have been uploaded onto the Portal. In the Photo-Gallery module of the Portal 455
field photographs of the Region have been uploaded. Brochure on Dinosaurs in India: Fossil
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evidences and Case Studies- 16 items on different aspects of field activities have been uploaded
onto the Portal. Payroll and HRMIS data of 758 officials of the Region have been entered onto
the Portal. Field Season Programmes for the current year 2010-12 comprising 30 Standard New
items, 8 Continuing items and 24 Service items have been uploaded onto the portal and
approved. Data entry of Legacy FSP and Extended abstracts (19 volumes) onto the portal have
been completed.
The Video-conferencing facility is also functional in the Region. Action iniated for
implementation of Portal Phase -III
7.2 Free Data Policy as on 05.06.2009 is given below:
Published Maps: GSI will continue to print and publish maps of different scales and
themes both as hard copy prints along with soft copy (pdf) format contained in CD after
obtaining statutory clearance from SOI/ MOD as required. These maps are sold at a price not
exceeding the printing cost and other processing charges. While the present system will continue,
hereafter all State Geological & Mineral maps as and when published will be available in GSI
portal as raster images for free viewing in the public domain. All other maps printed and
published by GSI will also be uploaded as thumbnail images. Along with this an Internet map
service has been created through uploading of multiple thematic layers of 1: 2m Geological Map
of India as vector image for free viewing and querying. In future all maps published by GSI in
the scale of 1: 1m and smaller will be uploaded as vector images.
For Central Region the paper maps published and uploaded on GSI portal include:
District Resource Maps (DRM) - 85 Nos (For the state of C.G., M.P. & Mah.)
QGM (Quadrangle Geological Maps)-105 Nos
Mineral Belt Maps- 14 Nos.
Published Reports & Journal:
The Geology and Mineral Resources for the states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and
Chhattisgarh have been published in 2008 (English version) and Hindi versions of these
publications are to be released shortly.
Printing of publications of economic geology series (Bulletin Series A) on Bauxites will
be completed soon followed by its uploading on the portal.
Unpublished Maps:
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All the 1071 sheets of 1: 50 K geological maps have been compiled and digitized and
have already been uploaded on GSI Portal for intranet users in UTM projection using WGS84
datum. Simultaneously these uploaded maps will be converted as images along with sheet-
specific legends and will be made available in the Internet. Paper prints of these maps will also
be available for sale. Dissemination of other unpublished thematic maps with or without
customisation will also be guided by the same principle and the existing guidelines.
Unpublished Reports:
Out of 4251 (pre-2004) reports- metadata of reports and abstracts of 4251 reports; and
220 ACategory and 163 B Category (post-2004) comlete reports have been uploaded till
September 2010.
8. TRAINING & CAPACITY BUILDING
The Geological Survey of India, Central Region has now a Regional Training Institute
with office located at Nagpur. The Field Taining Centre, under this RTI is located at Raipur. The
RTI has recently started functioning, but the FTC is one of the oldest training centres in GSI
functioning from early sixties. These Centers impart training in geology, natural hazards, drilling
& surveying and other specialized training as per the needs of department, State Government and
Uuniversity students.
Courses conducted by FTC, Raipur:
34
th
OCG PGRS Module for Batch A (26/10/10-17/11/10)
Courses conducted by RTI, Nagpur:
Course on Map Digitisation for draftsman of Central Region (12 GSI & 4 DGM
officials) from 16
th
October to 31
st
October 2010.
Workshop on UNFC System for officers of central region (GSI-21) from 26
th
November to 27
th
November 2010.
Training Workshop on Office Management for J AG/Sr STS Level officers of Central
Region (GSI-25) from 8
th


to 15
th
December 2010.
FACULTY PANEL FOR RTI- NAGPUR AND FTC RAIPUR-Central Region
Sl
No
Name and
Designation
Present place
of
Posting/Address
Field of Specialization Centre
1 M Mohan, Director GSI CR Nagpur Mineral Exploration
Geological Mapping
RTI
Nagpur
2 K C Mahapatra, Sr GSI Nagpur Mineral Exploration RTI
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Geologist Nagpur
3 P K Raut, Supdg
Geologist,
RSAS Jaipur Mineral Exploration RTI
Nagpur
4 Shri A K Saha
Director
Kolkata Mineral Exploration RTI
Nagpur
5 M L Dora, Sr
Geologist
GSI Nagpur Mineral Exploration (PGM) RTI
Nagpur
6 Dr J N Solanki Sr
Geologist
GSI Jabalpur Deccan Trap, Geological mapping FTC Raipur
7 Shri A. B Sabale,
Director
GSI Bhopal Deccan Trap FTC Raipur
8 Shri Bibhas Sen, Sr
Geologist
GSI Pune Deccan Trap. Geological
Mapping
FTC Raipur
9 Dr M S Bodas, Sr
Geologist
GSI Pune Landslide, Deccan Trap RTI
Nagpur
10 Shri. S Sarkar,
Supdg Geologist
GSI Pune Landslide RTI
Nagpur
11 Dr Sagina Ram Sr
Geophysicist
GSI Jabalpur Seismotectonics FTC Raipur
12 Shri D P Das, Supdg
geologist
GSI Kolkata Photo geology and RS FTC Raipur
13 Shri B Bhusari,
Supdg Geologist
Jabalpur Photo geology and RS FTC Raipur
14 Shri Prembabu Sr
Geologist
CR Nagpur Photogeology and RS FTC Raipur
15 Shri R K Srivastava,
Sr Geologist
CR Nagpur Photogeology and RS FTC Raipur
16 Shri K K . Naik Sr
Geologist
CHQ Kolkata Photogeology and RS FTC Raipur
17 Smt. Kakoli Deb Sr
Geologist
CR Nagpur Photogeology and RS FTC Raipur
18 Dr S .S Nayak,
Supdg Geologist
SR Bangalore Photogeology and RS, Diamond
Exploration
RTI
Nagpur
19 Dr M N Mishra, Sr
geologist
GSI Bhopal Photo geology and RS FTC Raipur
20 Dr. S. Dasgupta,
Supdg. Geologist
Nagpur Structural Geology, Coal
Exploration
RTI
Nagpur
21 Shri N V
Venkatramana
Director
CR Nagpur Geophysics RTI
Nagpur
22 Dr A.K. Chatterjee
Director
CR Nagpur Deccan trap, Vigilance
Administration
RTI
Nagpur
23
S K Sinha, RAO
CR Nagpur Vigilance, RTI Act, Office
Procedure
FTC Raipur
24
Sri S.B. Telang
CR Nagpur Surveying RTI
Nagpur
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Officer Surveyor
25
Sr M S Jayaram
Director
CHQ Kolkata Mineral Exploration UNFC RTI
Nagpur
26
Shri Virendra Kumar
Director, DGCOS
New Delhi Fertilizer Mineral Exploration RTI
Nagpur
27
Shri H S Srivastava,
Sr Geologist
GSI Bhopal Fertilizer mineral Exploration RTI
Nagpur
Faculty from Outside GSI
28 Shri N R. Khan, Mineral
Economist
IBM Nagpur UNFC FTC Raipur
29 Shri R N Meshram,
Chief mineral Economist
IBM Nagpur Mineral Economics FTC Raipur
30 Prof V .V Desai, IMAGE Nagpur RTI Act RTI
Nagpur
31 Shri. Praveen Sen
Education officer
Central Board for
Workers
Education
Vigilance RTI
Nagpur
32 Shri S. Dasgupta Sr AO IBM Nagpur Vigilance RTI
Nagpur
33 Prof. P K Saraswati IIT Mumbai Climate change RTI
Nagpur
34 Dr V Balaram,
Scientist G
NGRI, Hyderabad Climate change, Precious
metal exploration
RTI
Nagpur
35 Shri. S. Sen
Administrative officer
IBM Nagpur Vigilance RTI
Nagpur
36 Sri. P Narendra,
Scientist C,
CGWB, Nagpur Geophysics RTI
Nagpur
37 Dr T K Biswal Professor IIT Mumbai Structural Geology RTI
Nagpur
38 Dr Bandana Samant, RSTM Nagpur
University
Climate change,
micropaleontology
RTI
Nagpur
39 Dr R.S. Madame
Add. Surveyor General
Survey of India Surveying RTI
Nagpur
Guest Faculty from Retired GSI Officers
40 Shri K. K
Chatterjee
Director (Retd)
GSI Engineering Geology, GIS,
AutoCAD, GCM data processing
RTI
Nagpur
41 Shri. S K Singh
Director (Retd)
GSI RTI- 2005 RTI
Nagpur
42 Dr CVNK Rao
Director (Retd)
GSI SR Climatology RTI
Nagpur
43 Dr A Roy, Dy.D.G
(Retd)
GSI ER Structural Geology, STM,
Climatology
RTI
Nagpur
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44 K G Bhoskar, Sr
D y DG (Retd)
Nagpur Mineral Exploration
Geological Mapping
RTI
Nagpur
45 Dr A K Das, Dy.
DG (Retd)
Nagpur Geophysics and Remote sensing RTI
Nagpur
46 Shri A K Misra,
Dy DG Retd
Bhubaneshwar Medical Geology RTI
Nagpur
47 Shri K V Rao,
Director (Retd)
Nagpur Geophysics RTI
Nagpur
48 Dr SG Pimprikar,
Sr Geologist
(Retd)
Jabalpur Geological mapping, Mineral
Exploration
EQ Geology
FTC Raipur
49 Shri. AS Khan,
Sr Geologist
Jabalpur Geological Mapping RTI
Nagpur
50 Shri M P Tiwari,
Sr Geologist
(Retd)
Nagpur Quaternary geology RTI
Nagpur
51 Dr Balram
Chattopdhyay
Add DG (Retd)
Kolkata Management, HPC, Budgeting RTI
Nagpur
52 Dr P C Basu
Director (Retd)
Kolkata Fertilizer mineral Exploration RTI
Nagpur
53 Shri N K Sood
Director (Retd)
Jaipur Fertilizer mineral Exploration RTI
Nagpur
9. SCIENTIFIC WORKSHOPS/MEETINGS/SYMPOSIUM/EXHIBITIONS
A two day workshop on Contributions of GSI towards conservation of World /Heritage
sites was held on 15
th
and 16
th
J une 2010 at Nagpur. Geoscientists, Arcaheologists and
Acadamecians from GSI, ASI and IIT Mumbai attended the workshop. Twenty three technical
papers which revealed a wealth of new information on the geotechnical and geowenvironmental
parameters of the world heritage sites of Ajanta, |Ellora and Bhimbetka and national heritage
sites of Pithalkhora, Aurabgabad gropup of caves, Maladevi temple Gyraspur, and J ain
monuments of Gwalior MP were presented which generated healthy discussions and dleberations
among the knowledgable audience. A Panel discussion was held at the end which recommended
the importance of continuing the collaboration between GSI ans ASI. The 3
rd
CGPB committee
IV on Industrial and Fertilizer minerals meeting was held on 29
th
J une, 2010 at Nagpur
International Programmes, Symposia and Workshops: Nil
10. HRD, ESTABLISHMENT, PAYROLL, HRMIS, e-SERVICE BOOK
The current status is provided in the status showing uploading of GSI portal- as nnexure-
9 and Employment Position in the region vis--vis Total number of Employees in Group-B, B
(Non-Gazetted), C and D- Annexure-10.
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Two J AG Level officers have been nominated as Quality Managhers for SHQ and RHQ.
The monitoring of the quality of the various geological activitites both field and laboratories has
already been iniated with effect from J une 2010.
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Grivance cases: The status of Grivance Cases is (as on 11/10/2010) detailed below:

STATUS OF GRIEVANCES OF GSI, CENTRAL REGION AS ON 31-12-2010

Grievances pendency at the end of the
month
Unit/Region Pending at the start of
month
Received
during the
month
Disposal
during
the
month
0 - 4 week 4-8
week
8-16
week
>16
week
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CRO,
Nagpur
2
Others-1
MACP-1
nil

4 nil 1
(others)
nil 1
(MACP)

11. VEHICLES & TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE
Tender for outsourcing of vehicles was floated and quotations were received and are now
finalised.
12. MODERNIZATION
The efforts to meet emerging challenges GSI, CR is constantly upgrading its technology
both for field as well as laboratory equipment.
13. OUTSOURCING OF ROUTINE SERVICES
OUTSOURCING IN CR, NAGPUR FOR 2010-11

Sl.
No
Item of Outsourcing
(On monthly contract)
Details Effective From
Date
Remarks
1) Cleaning & Sweeping of
office buildings
(Housekeeping)
89000 Sq Ft
(Part Area)
27/05/2010 As per
Approval Of
Dy DG, CR
2) Workers for:-
1) Computer Data
Entry.
2) Lab Work

3) General office work

03 Nos

05 Nos

03 Nos

02 Nos

01 No

14/6/2010

14/6/2010

14/6/2010

18/6/2010

1/7/2010



As per
Approval Of
Dy DG, CR
BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
34
14. ESTATE MATTERS
The Central Region has its own office buildings at Nagpur, Bhopal, J abalpur, Raipur &
Pune. Besides this there are residential quarters at Pune & J abalpur.
Excluding Raipur, all other office buildings are 20 or more years old and in need of
regular maintenance every year. Earlier CPWD used to maintain these building from the budget
grant received by it from the union Govt. Since last three or four years the CPWD has been
treating routine maintenance as deposit work( due to scarcity of funds with them) & asking for
budget allotment for the same. The CRO has been given meager budget allotment under minor
works head during last few years. As such no routine maintenance has been done through
CPWD. As a result, the buildings are in pathetic condition profusely leaking, sanitary and
plumbing lines have been damaged extensively, boundary & parapet walls weakened. Street
lighting, old electrical wiring has weakened /damaged especially in chemical labs due to acidic
fumes. This situation is creating problems every now & then in smooth functioning of office.

BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
35
TABLE-1

FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT: MAH MISSION I
No of days in
Field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

C
o
m
p
o
n
e
n
t

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

Map
(GCM)
1080
Sq.Km

0%

1%
6.75
Sq.
Km.

4%
27
Sq.
Km

0
%

85Sq.
Km.

178 Sq.
Km
S.No Field item Title- Geochemical Mapping
in toposheet Nos. 55O/8, O/12 & 16 in parts
of Bhandara and Nagpur districts.
Code No. 015/GCM/CR/MH/2009/003



Field Officers:1) P.P.Kalpande (PT)
2) A.C.Bansod (PT)

Supervisory Officer: Shri P.Mawar

Initial RCA date & amount
Wages- 20/10/2010 ` 28000=00
O/C - 20/10/2010 ` 8000=00
POL - 20/10/2010 ` 10800=00
Departure Date to Field- 25/10/2010

Subsequent RCA Recoupments (dates)
Wages- 23/12/2010 ` 9982=00
O/C - 21/12/2010 ` 6684=00
POL - 21/12/2010 ` 6398=00

RCA Bills submitted ( dates)
POL 21/12/2010 : ` 4400=00

5
5

--

20
20

--

19
25

2













Higher achieve-
ment of target
during Nov. &
Dec.2010 is due
continuous stay
in field by both
the Officers and
the field work
was carried out
mostly in paddy
field areas.

BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
36

FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT: MAH / MP/ CGH MISSION I / II
No of days in
Field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

C
o
m
p
o
n
e
n
t

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

Map 0%
(0km
2
)
1%
(2.8km
2
)
4%
(11.2km
2
)
---
20km
2

55km
2
65km
2

LSM
DM
S.No Field item Thematic Mapping
Code No: 005/STM/CR/MH/2009/001
Toposheet(s): 55P/11, 12, 15 & 16
Co-ordinates:Lat:2010-2027
Long:7935-7955
Field Officers: Ajay Nirwan
Pitambar Pati*
Supervisory Officer: P. Mawar
Initial RCA date & amount
POL-7000/-Dt 04/10/10
W-38000/- Dt 04/10/10
OC-3000/- Dt 14/10/10
Departure Date to Field: 21/10/2010
27/10/2010*
Subsequent RCA Recoupments (dates)
OC-1830/-19/11/10
1167/-21/12/10
POL-3960/-21/12/10
Submitted RCA bills for recoupment
(waited)
POL-3400/- Dt. 22/12/10
W- 23345/- Dt. 22/12/10
OC-2990/- Dt. 22/12/10
To be submitted
W-10465/-
POL-1420/-
OC-2000/-
08
05*
18
22*
23
30*
D
As number of
fieldwork days
is more with
reciprocal
expenditures,
excess target
has been
achieved
The % of work was done by the above two workers
BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
37

FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT: MAH / MP/ CGH MISSION IIA
No of days in
Field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

C
o
m
p
o
n
e
n
t

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

S.No Field item Regional Ground
evaluation of aero geophysical
anomalies in parts of Chhattarpur,
Sagar and Tikamgarh (MP), Lalitpur
(UP).
Item Code: 029/ASGE/CR/MH/2008 /07

Field Officer: M. Fulmari
Supervisory Officer: K.K.Rao
TS No. 54L/3, 16 and 54P/4
Co-ordinates: Lat 2425- 2430
Long 7810- 7815
Lat 2410- 2415
Long 7845- 7900
Lat 2405- 2415
Long 7900- 7915
Initial RCA date & amount
13.10.2010
RS.40, 200/-
Departure Date to Field: 10.11.2010
Subsequent RCA Recoupments
(dates): 16.12.2010
Amount Recouped Rs.5870.00
Rs.18896.00
Bill submission 22.12.2010
Rs.11,833.00
Nil
--
21
--
15
--
Map :
(1:50,000)
Regional
Ground
evaluation
Target
740 km
2

0 %

------
1 %

4.65
km
2

4 %

18.60
km
2

0 %

------

100 km
2


80 km
2


BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
38

FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT: MAH / MP/ CGH MISSION I / II
No of days in
Field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

C
o
m
p
o
n
e
n
t

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

Map :
(1:50,000)
Regional
Ground
Evaluation
Target :
1100 km
2

0% 1%

6.88
km
2

4%

27.5
km
2

----

55
km
2


105Km
2


110
Km
2

LSM
DM
S.No Field item Regional Ground
evaluation of aero geophysical
anomalies in parts of Chhattisgarh
Code No: 030/ASGE/CR/MH/2009/006


Field Officers: R.Bhaisal

Supervisory Officer: K.K.Rao
Toposheet No. 64N/4,8 & 12
Co-ordinates: Lat 22 00- 221230
Long 8300- 834500

Initial RCA date & amount 13.10.2010
RS.40, 000/-
Departure Date to Field: 22.10.2010
Subsequent RCA Recoupments (dates):
3.12.2010
Amount recouped: Wages-Rs.12.180/-
OC- Rs.5750/-
POL- Rs. 7391/-
Date of submission of bills: 1.12.2010

10

--
18

--
24

--
D


BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
39

FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT: MAH MISSION II
No. of days in
Field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

C
o
m
p
o
n
e
n
t

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

Map
LSM
D:
298.4m
m
.
33%
99.4
6m
33%
99.4
6m
33%
99.4
6m
40.1m 60.15m 60.2m
S
.
N
o
Field item: Investigation for copper
and associated mineralization in
Ghanpur Mudohli block, Gadchiroli
district, Maharashtra (Spill over
drilling).
Code No: 28/MIE/CR/MH/2008/007

Field Officers:N.V.NITNAWARE (PT)
Supervisory Officer:
Shri K.Koteshwara Rao
Toposheet(s): 56 M/13
Co-ordinates: Lat.19 48 05 to
19 49 33 and Long. 79
4510 to 79 46 22
Initial RCA date & amount
Wages-Rs13,200/ 13.10.2010
POl-Rs.4000/ 13.10.2010
OC-Rs.4000/ 13.10.2010
Departure Date to Field-15-10-
2010

03

--
03

--
04

--

RCA Details
1..Wages-
Rs7245/, POL
Rs.3125/ & OC-
Rs 4000/ Sub.
27.10.2010 Recop-
26.11.2010
2.Wages
Rs.8372/Sub.27.10
.2010 Recoup
23.11.2010
POL Rs.2796/
26.11.2010 Recoup
6.12.2010
OC.Rs.3902/
Sub.22.12.2010
Note: Field Officer engaged in two field items for the FS 2010-12

BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
40

FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT: MAH MISSION IIA
No. of days in
Field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

C
o
m
p
o
n
e
n
t

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

S
.
N
o
Map
LSM
DM:
2sq.km
(1:2000
scale)
.
1%
(0.012
sq.km)
1%
(0.012
sq.km)
6%
(0.072
sq.km)

(0.3
sq.km)
(0.2
sq.km)
.

(0.15
sq.km)

Field item Investigation for
establishing zones of copper and
associated mineralization in area between
Nai Dilli- Dighori and Lal Heti- Dugala,
Chandrapur district, Maharashtra
Code No:
032/MIE/CR/MH/2010/015
Toposheet(s): 56 M/9
Co-ordinates: Lat. 19 51 20 to
19 59 05 and Long. 79
4130 to 79 45 00
Field Officers:N.V.NITNAWARE
(PT)
Supervisory Officer:
Shri K.Koteshwara Rao
Initial RCA date & amount
Wages-Rs25,700/ 25.10.2010
POl-Rs.6000/ 25.10.2010
OC-Rs.6000/ 25.10.2010
Departure Date to Field-15-10-
2010

10 18 13

1
st
Recoupment
Waggs.Rs 4508/
pol-Rs5429/,
OC-
RSs4526/Submi
tted 5.11.2010
Recoup
23.11.20102. Rs
17710/
2.12.2010
Submission
Recoup10.12.20
10
2
nd
Recoupment
Wages Rs
17710/ POL
10.12.2010
4820/ recoup on
6.12.2010

Note:Field Officer engaged in two field items for the FS 2010-12

BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
41

FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT: MAH / MP/ CGH MISSION I / II
No of days in
Field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

C
o
m
p
o
n
e
n
t

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

Map -- -- -- -
-
-- --
LSM - -- -- -
-
-- --
DM
1sq.km
(1:2000
scale)

1%
(0.006
sq.km)
1%
(0.006
sq.km)
6%
(0.036
sq.km)
-
(0.03
sq.km)
(0.05
sq.km)
S.No Field item Investigation of Manganese ore
in Parseoni extension area, Nagpur District,
Maharashtra. (E-I Stage)
Code No: 027/MIE/CR/MH/2009/005
Toposheet(s): 55O/3
Co-ordinates:
Field Officers:R.H.CHAVHAN

Supervisory Officer: Shri K.Koteshwara
Rao
Initial RCA date & amount
12-10-2010 & `40,000/-
Departure Date to Field- 29-10-10
Subsequent RCA Recoupments (dates)
29-12-10
3

-
30

01
21

--
D
800m
( to be
carried
out by
DGM,
Nagpur)

1.Prorata target has
been achieved in
excess due to
continuous stay of
field officer in Nov
& Dec2010.
2.POL-`3900/-
submitted on 6-12-
10 & recoupment on
16-12-10
3.`28488- RCA
bills under all heads
submitted on 14-12-
10 and recouped on
29-12-10
4.`34142- RCA
bills under all heads
submitted on 3-01-
2011

BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
42

FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT: MAH / MP/ CGH MISSION I / II
No of days in
Field
Pro-rata target Achievement J ustification
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

C
o
m
p
o
n
e
n
t

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

O
c
t

N
o
v

D
e
c

Map
LSM -
DM
1; 500
0.1
sq.km
1%
0.0006
1%
0.0006
6%
0.0036
0.01
0.03

0.01
S.No Field item INVESTIGATION FOR
PGE AND NICKEL IN THE MAFIC-
ULTRAMAFICS OF HETI AREA,
CHANDRAPUR DISTRICT,
MAHARASHTRA. G-3
Code No: 031/MIE/CR/MH/2010/14
Toposheet(s):56M/10
Co-ordinates:
Field Officers: M.L.DORA
Supervisory Officer: K.K.RAO
Initial RCA date & amount-
12.10.10/ 50,000/-
Departure Date to Field-16.10.10
Subsequent RCA Recoupement
(dates)
1. submitted 1
st
RCA BILLS
ON 25-11-10, RECOUPED
ON 22.12.10.
2. SUBMITTED 2
nd
RCA
BILLS ON 28-12-10.


10 21 19
D
500 m
7%
21M
7%
21M
8%
24M

1.Prorata target has
been already
achieved.
2. I stayed in field
for 50 days since
16.10.10 as this
item will be
continued for
round the year until
31.03.2012.
Note:
* drilling operation not yet started due to non availability of drill machine in field area.

BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
43
ANNUAL PROGRAMME ITEM-SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE ACCOUNTS REPORT: P: LANDSLIDES, GSI, PUNE
REPORTING PERIOD: OCT-DEC 2010
Ref: Format & Prorata target information for FS 2010-12 recvd through FAX dated 04-Jan-11 from GSI, OPM, Nagpur via
Director, PSS, Punes office
Submitted to: Director, PSS, GSI, Pune on 05-Jan-11
Data compiled by P:LS, GSI, Pune
Note: 1. Prorata target is not defined/stated for M-IV in Prorata target information for FS 2010-12 FAX dt 04-J an-10 sent from GSI, OPM.
(Quantification, even at component level, can possibly be done in future using estimated requirement and deployment of man-days using man-days
as quantification yardstick: pl vide our proposed AP 1
st
draft dt 13/15-April-2010 & 2
nd
draft dt 12-Aug-2010).
2. No. of days spent on items by S. Sarkar not included.
ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT: MAHARASHTRA
MISSION IV
No. of days spent
on item
Prorata Targets Achievements
Oct.
201
0
Nov
.
201
0
Dec.
201
0
Component Oct.
201
0
Nov
.
201
0
Dec
.
201
0
Oct.
201
0
Nov.
2010
Dec.
2010
Justification S.
No
. 1
Field Item Title: Inventory of
landslides along ghat sections
in parts of Ratnagiri,
Sindhudurg, Satara, Nasik,
Thane, Kolhapur and Pune
districts, Western Maharashtra
Code: LHZ/CR/MH/2009/014
Toposheets: 47E, 47 F+B,
47G, 47H, 48E
Co-ordinates:N.A.
Field Officers: Dr. M.S.
Bodas (PT) and Dr. A. Kohli
10 3 20 Preparation of
inventory of
landslides along
commu- nication
routes in Western
Maharashtra
-- --- -- Nil ~2%
(5km/300k
m)
Nil Major part of
the period
from October
2010 to
December
2010 was
BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
44
Inventory of past
landslide records
from 1980 to
2009 (based on
Newspaper
reports)


-- -- -- Nil Landslide
incidences
that
appeared in
newspaper
(Sakal)
for the
period from
J une to
November
2010 were
compiled
Nil (PT)
Supervisory Officer:
S. Sarkar
Initial RCA date and
amount: 26:10:2010 on
application dt 22:09:2010
POL: Rs.10,000/-
OC: Rs.5,000/-
Departure Date to field:
20:11:2010
Subsequent RCA
recoupment (dates): No
recoupment received till 05-
J an-11 for Bills submitted on
07-Dec-10.
Preparation of
landslide
inventory map on
GIS Platform
-- -- -- Nil Nil
spent by MSB
in preparation/
finalization/
circulation of
reports (3nos.)
pertaining to
earlier FS.
Remarks: In addition to the ~2% coverage, a repeat traverse of 7 line km length was taken along Donje Sinhagad road to record
landslide incidences that took place in Oct. / Nov. 2010 along it. This is not included in the achievements.

ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT: MAHARASHTRA
MISSION IV
No. of days spent
on item
Prorata Targets Achievements
Oct.
2010
Nov.
2010
Dec.
2010
Component Oct.
201
0
Nov
.
201
0
Dec.
201
0
Oct.
2010
Nov.
2010
Dec.
2010
Justification S.
No.
2
Field Item Title:
Formulation of
parameters suitable
for landslide studies
in Deccan Trap
Province and
compilation of
available landslide
inventory data with a
view to bring out
Special/Miscellaneo
us Publication on
5 4 4 Identification
of critical
factors that
dictate rock
failures in
areas
-- -- -- Prog
ress
mad
e
Progre
ss
made
Prog
ress
made
Major part of the period
from October 2010 to
December 2010 was
spent by MSB in
preparation/ finalization/
circulation of reports
BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
45
exposing
pahoehoe as
well as
simple / a`a
flows
Landslide Inventory
of Western
Maharashtra
Code No:
SER/CR/MH/2010/0
16 Toposheets: Not
specified
Co-ordinates: Not
specified
Field Officers: Dr.
M.S. Bodas (PT) and
Dr. A. Kohli (PT)
Supervisory
Officer: S. Sarkar
Departure Date to
field: Field work
will be taken up only
after completing
field of other items
Initial RCA date
and amount: Not
applied
Subsequent RCA
recoupment
(dates):
Not applicable
Compilation
of landslide
inventory
data from
Western
Maharashtra
in a format
that is
suitable for
bringing out
the
publication
entitled
LANDSLID
E
INVENTOR
Y OF
WESTERN
MAHARAS
HTRA
-- -- -- Nil Nil Nil
(3nos.) pertaining to
earlier FS.
The RCA for this item
has not been applied for
as both the officers
involved in this item are
already holding RCA s
for other two items (RCA
cannot be given as 11.
General a. of /TY/RCA/
FW/56/2010 states Not
more than one NRCA
and one RCA at a time of
one Officer in Charge
should fall outstanding
for adjustment in the
books of PAO). It was
decided to take up the
item after completion of
field work of one of the
other items (in meeting
with DDG, OPM on 27-
28 Sep & DDG, CR on
23-Nov)

Achievements in this
item, in any case can not
be quantified at this
stage.

BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
46
No. of days spent on this item (Dasgaon) pertains to only P:LS Geologists (MSB & AK; Days of Geophysics party not taken into
account)

ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT: MAHARASHTRA
MISSION IV
No. of days spent
on item
Prorata Targets Achievements
Oct.
2010
Nov.
2010
Dec.
2010
Component Oct.
2010
Nov.
2010
Dec.
2010
Oct.
2010
Nov.
2010
Dec.
2010
Justification
-- -- -- Detailed
geotechnical
mapping, (1:1,000
scale)
No target
mentioned in
approved FSP as
all the targets
achieved in FS
2009-10
Not applicable
-- -- -- Geological L and
Cross sections
No target
mentioned in
approved FSP. All
targets achieved in
2009-10
Not applicable
-- -- -- Geophysical
survey by
resistivity and
Hammer seismic
Total target 5 line
km. No prorata
target.
Quantified details
not yet received
from Geophysics
Division***
-- -- --
S.
No.
3
Field Item Title:
Detailed study of
Dasgaon slide, Raigad
district, Maharashtra
Code No:
LHZ/CR/MH/2008/009
Toposheets: 47F/8
Co-ordinates: 18 05
29 N 73 21 53 E
Field Officers: Dr.
M.S. Bodas, Dr. A.
Kohli, Mehdi Hasan, D.
Livingstone, L.K. Khatr
& M.A. Bagde
Supervisory Officers:
S. Sarkar (LS),
B. Venkataraman
(Geophy)
Departure Date to
field: 26:10:2010 (LS
party)
Initial RCA date &
amount: LS
party:26:10:2010 (POL
& OC); 04:01:2011
(wages) on application
dt 22:09:2010 (POL &
OC); 08:11:2010
13 9 10
Undisturbed soil/
overburden
sampling
Target not
quantified in
approved FSP, will
Nil* Nil* Nil*
Major part of the
period from
October 2010 to
December 2010
was spent by
MSB in
preparation/
finalization/
circulation of
reports (3nos.)
pertaining to
earlier FS.
*** Although
there are no
geological field
targets to be
achieved in this
item, AK
participated in
fieldwork
alongwith the
geophysics party
in the interest of
the item
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47
depend on reqmnt
-- -- -- Instrumentation
Rain gauge to be
installed
Nil Nil Nil**
-- -- -- Slope stability
analysis
Target not
quantified
Nil Nil Nil+
N.A. N.A. N.A. Recommendations
of temporary and
long term
remedial measures
Target not
quantified
Nil Nil Nil++
(wages) POL:
Rs.10,000/-, OC:
Rs.5,000/-, Wages:
Rs.5,000/-.
Subsequent RCA
recoupment (dates):
13:12:2010 (OC,
submitted 04-11-10)
No recoupment received
till date for POL bills
submitted on
04/11/2010 &
12/11/2010 (balance in
hand Rs.996).
Preparation of
final report
Not applicable+++ -- -- --
* Decision on
whether or not
additional
undisturbed soil/
overburden
samples are to be
collected or not
can be taken only
after receiving
laboratory results
on the samples
collected in FS
2009-10
** Initial
enquiries have
been made with
IMD on different
types of rain
gauges available
with them.
Dialogue has been
started with
Dasgaon
Panchayat.
+Slope stability
analysis can be
attempted only
after receiving
laboratory results
and geophysical
data.
++Temporary
recommendations
BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
48
already given.
+++Report on the
first years work
has been sent to
GSI (CR) for
approval in April
2010.

BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
49

FIELD IITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT: MP & CG, BHOPAL
MISSION- I & MISSION-II
S.No.
Field Item- Title (Specialised
Thematic Mapping of Budelkhand
Gneissic Complex and Associated
rocks in parts of Datia, Gwalior and
Shivpuri districts, Madhya Pradesh) No of days in field Prorata target Achievement Justification
1 Code No.003/STM/CR/MPCG/2010/003
TS No. 54K/1 & 2 Oct Nov Dec Component Oct Nov Dec Oct Nov Dec
Coordinate

Field Officer
1) Hemraj (PT)
2) Manoj Kumar
3) Gravesh Raj
4) Vikram Singh Choudahry
06
20
00
00
06
21
10
00
8
22
19
18
Mapping
on 1:25000
scale 0 5 20
25
Sq
Km
40
Sq
km
35
sq
km

Superisory Officer
Hemant Athavale 0 0 5
No inspection trip in
November reasons-The
proposed tours to
shillong/New delhi for
RTI and Mission-I were
scheduled in November
and did not materialise
and an official trip to
Pune office was
undertaken.The
supervisory officer has
also the additional
charge of GCM project

Initial RCA date & Amount
Given to
Manoj Kumar Rs. 42,500/=
07.10.2010 V.S.
Choudhary Rs. 40000/=24.11.10
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50

Departure Date to Field
1) Hemraj 10.10.2010
2) Manoj Kumar 12.10.2010
3) Gravesh Raj 21.11.2010
4) V.S. Choudhary 01.12.2010

Susequent RCA Recoupment
(dates) 1) Manoj Kumar Rajak
Bills submitted Dt .01.11.10 (Rs 4365), 02.11.10 (Rs 9122) 30.11.10 (Rs 14840)
Bills Recouped 23.11.10 (Rs. 13487) 27.12.10 (Rs 14840)
2) V.S. Choudhary submitted Dt 21.12.10 for (Rs. 13566), 27.12.10 (Rs 5165)


S.No.
Field Item- Title (Geochemical
mapping in Toposheet Nos. 55K/1
& 5 Betul and Chhindwara districts,
Madhya Pradesh) No of days in field Prorata target Achievement Justification
2
Code
No.011/GCM/CR/MPCG/2010/008 Oct Nov Dec Component Oct Nov Dec Oct Nov Dec
TS No. 55K/1 & 5
Coordinate

Field Officer
1) U. Chakrabory (PT)
2) Pradeepkumar T
3) Lopamudra Bhole
4) Chhaya Minz
5) Rekha P.R
12
15
00
00
00
07
18
07
07
07
12
30
00
00
00
GCM
SSS
00
00
15
15
58
58
30
30
76
76
84
84

Superisory Officer
Hemant Athavale

Initial RCA date & Amount
Given to
Pradeepkumar Rs. 50,000/=
07.10.2010
Lopamudra Rs. 50000/=24.11.2010
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51

Departure Date to Field
1) U. Chakraborty 10.10.2010
2) Pradeepkumar T -10.10.2010
3) Lopamudra Bhole 24.11.2010
4) Chhaya Minz - 24.11.2010
5) Rekha P.R - 24.11.2010

Susequent RCA Recoupment (dates)
1) Pradeepkumar T
2) Lopamudra Bhole
Recoupment Bills submitted Dt 27.10.10 (Rs 16656) 03.12.2010 (Rs 1691), 16.12.10 (Rs 18783), 23.12.10
(Rs 6027) Bills
Recouped: Dt 24.11.10 (Rs 16656)
Bills submitted to office Dt 21.12.2010 for Rs. 7337 Bills recouped -- Nil






S.No.
Field Item- Title (Detailed
prospecting for phosphorite in
Piploda block and Dhanpura-
Khatama block, Jhabua district,
Madhya Pradesh) No of days in field Prorata target Achievement Justification
3
Code
No.036/ME/CR/MPCG/2010/018 Oct Nov Dec Component Oct Nov Dec Oct Nov Dec
TS No. 46I/8 & J /5
Coordinate

Field Officer
1) R.K. Sharma
2) Azaz Ahmed
05
00
17
06
18
12
DM 1:2000
PT
Drilling
PS
PTS/CHNL
CS
0.01
1
21
0.15
01/1.8
01
0.01
1
21
0.15
01/1.8
01
0.2
06
24
0.9
06/11
05
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
0.15
Nil
Nil
02
25
Nil
0.15
85
Nil
05
113
Nil
DM is in progress.
Drilling will be carried
out after mapping is
completed

Superisory Officer
V. Srinivasan 0 0 3
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52

Initial RCA date & Amount
Given to
R.K. Sharma Rs. 50,000/=
26.10.2010

Departure Date to Field
1) R.K. Sharma 27.1.2010
2) Azaz Ahmed 24.11.2010

Susequent RCA Recoupment (dates)
1) R.K. Sharma
Bills submitted Dt 08.11.10 (Rs 2123), 03.12.10 (Rs 3684), 13.12.10 (Rs. 8246)
Bills recuoped 24.11.10 (Rs 2123)


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53

Field Items of Op. MP& CG, J abalpur Mission I
No. of days in field Prorata Target Achievement J ustification
Oct Nov. Dec. Component Oct. Nov. Dec. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1. GCM
(1:50,000

2. GCM
SAMPLES
Field Item GCM in Toposheet No.
55M/16, 64 A/2 &64 A/3 in Jabalpur &
Katni Dist. MP
Code No.
013/GCM/CR/MPCG/2009/002
Toposheets : 55M/16, 64 A/3& 64A/2
Coordinates : Toposheet Coordinates
Field Officers :
J oe Joseph (PT),
Field departure : 18/10/10
J ayapal S.*(up to Nov. 10),
Field departure : 18/10/10

Seema Yadav**

Rimjhim Singh**






13


15






10


23







13


Nil*
i. Stream
sediment/sl
ope wash
ii. Soil (C-
Horizon)

iii. Regolith
iv Water
v. Humus
vi. Flood
Plain
vii.
Composite
Sample
viii.
Duplicate
Supervisory Officer : B. Bhasakar,
S.G., Addl. Charge
01
S.
No.
2
Wages 30,000 18.10.10
OC 8000 18.10.10
POL 12000 18.10.10



31 sq
km ***






***

Nil


Nil
100%

Nil
Nil




Nil


Nil


87 sq km
***






***


Nil


Nil


Nil
Nil




Nil


Nil



73 sq
km
****





***


Nil


Nil


Nil
Nil




Nil


Nil



* Shifted from GCM to STM
w.e.f. 1.12.10 in view of
posting of two lady officers in
this project
** Yet to take up item as
they are engaged in the
project work of 33rd OCG
and will be joining project
in J anuary second week
***Achievement is calculated
by taking the half of the target
set for 2010-12 and is done
by1.5 G
**** The achievement is by
J oe Joseph who is part time in
the project as Shri J ayapl ,S.
has been shifted to STM
w.e.f. 1.12.10
Shri J oe Joseph has
coordinated the project work
of two lady officers in Nov.
and Dec.10.
Field departure : 18/10/10
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54
Subsequent RCA Recoupment (dates)
Wages 12768/- & 7182/- recouped on
30.11.10 & 15.12.10
OC 5290/-&4965/- recouped on
08.11.10 & 15.12.10
POL 5087/- & 4483 /- recouped on
29.11.10 & 15.12.10

Bill pending
Wages-17440/- submitted on 13.12.10
Oc -5408/- submitted on 13.12.10
POL 3711/- submitted on 13.12.10



BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
55

Field Items of Op. MP& CG, J abalpur Mission I
No. of days in field Prorata Target Achievement J ustification
Oct Nov. Dec. Compone
nt
Oct. Nov. Dec. Oct. Nov. Dec.
1.STM
2.SMPL
Field Item STM in unclassified
Mahakoshal and older granite
gneiss in Silondi Khirwa area,
J abalpur and Katni Districts. MP
Code No.
004/STM/CR/MPCG/2010/004
Toposheets : 64 A/7,A/10 &
A/11
Coordinates : 23 17 10 -23 30
00 80 15 13 80 25 53 (64
A/7)
Field Officers :
B. K. Das*
Taken up OCG project w.e.f.
18.11.10
J ayapal S.*
J oined item w.e.f.01.12.10







Nil*


Nil*








Nil*


Nil*











28


PS
PCS
BRS
Supervisory Officer : B.
Bhasakar, S.G., Addl. Charge
- 01***
*
-
Wages 30,000 16/11/10
OC 8000 16/11/10
S. No.
1
POL 12000 16/11/10

Nil*


Nil*
Nil*
Nil*









Nil*


Nil*
Nil*
Nil*









26
sq.km**


34%
37%
8%





* The officer is
undergoing training in
33
rd
OCG. He has taken
up project assignment of
33
rd
OCG in the above
STM item since
18.11.10 and will be
joining project in
second week of J anuary,
11. In the mean time
shri J ayal ,S. has been
shifted from GCM to
STM w.e.f. 01.12.10 in
view of posting of two
lady officers in GCM
item.
***Achievement is
calculated by taking the
half of the target set for
2010-12 and is done by
1 G
****Supervise
the project work
of Bijay kumar

Subsequent RCA Recoupement (dates)
Wages12635/-
OC 6667/-
POL 5176/-
Bill submitted on 21.12.10
Recoupement yet to receive



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56
Field Items of Op. MP& CG, J abalpur Mission II
No. of days in field Prorata Target Achievement J ustification
Oct Nov. Dec. Compone
nt
Oct. Nov. Dec. Oct. Nov. Dec.
LSM
SMPL
Field Item Regional
Assessment of Phosphorite in
Lukri-Akrotha Raipura
Surajpura area, Chhattarpur &
Sagar Districts, MP
Code No.
038/ME/CR/MPCG/2010/030
Toposheets : 54 P/2,3,6,&7
Coordinates :
Field Officers :
A.K. Dawande





06





07





11

BRS
PS
PTS
Supervisory Officer : B.
Bhasakar, S.G., Addl. Charge

-

-

-
Initial RCA Disbursement,
Date & Amount.
Wages 40,000 /- 18/10/10
OC 8000 /- 18/10/10
POL 12000 /- 18/10/10

Departure to Field:
21.10.2010

S. No.
4
Subsequent RCA Recoupment
(dates)
Wages - 4788/- 13.12.10
OC - 4405 /- 13.12.10
POL - 3595 /- 13.12.10
Bills Pending
Wages - 17440/- Submitted on 13.12.10
OC - 5408 /- Submitted on 13.12.10
POL - 3711 /- Submitted on 13.12.10





0.3
Sq km

10%
20%
33%



0.7
Sq km


05%
10%
33%




2
Sq km


15%
20%
34%




The itemis for two G.
At present only one G is
in the project. One more
G is required urgently to
fulfill the prorate target
** Officer attended two
days workshop on
UNFC Systemat
Nagpur
***Achievement is
calculated by taking the
half of the target set for
2010-12 and is done by
1 G

Officer was on leave
due to spondylitis
problem 13-15 in
October (EL); 08 to 12
in November (EL) and 6
to 15 in December
(Medical)
Officer has coordinated
project work of Suresh
singh during November
and December10

BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
57

Field Items of Op. MP& CG, J abalpur Mission II
No. of days in field Prorata Target Achievement J ustification
Oct Nov. Dec. Compone
nt
Oct. Nov. Dec. Oct. Nov. Dec.
LSM
SMPL
Field Item Detailed
prospecting for Bauxite Ore in
Tantar & Tainchi blocks,
Dindori District, MP
Code No.
039/ME/CR/MPCG/2010/021
Toposheets : 64 F/6
Coordinates :
Field Officers :
Prabhakar Lakda
Date of Departure to Field: 19.10.2010



09



22**



19

BRS
PS
PTS
Supervisory Officer : B.
Bhasakar, S.G., Addl. Charge

-

-

-
Wages 40,000 /- 18/10/10
OC 8000 /- 18/10/10
POL 12000 /- 18/10/10

S. No.
3
Departure to Field:
21.10.2010


05%


05%
05%
05%



15%


15%
15%
15%




20%


20%
20%
20%



6.6%*


10%
12.5%
nil


13.3%


20%
37.5%
nil





10%


14%
12.5%
nil





*The item is for
two G. At
present only
one G is in the
project. One
more G is
required
urgently to
fulfill the
prorate target
** Officer
attended two days
workshop on
UNFC System at
Nagpur
***Achievement is
calculated by
taking the half of
the target set for
2010-12 and is
done by1 G

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58
Subsequent RCA Recoupment
(dates)
Wages - 19285/- 21.12.10
OC - 6036 /- 21.12.10
POL - 7927 /- 21.12.10



The officer
coordinated the
project work of
shri B.K. Das
during Dece.
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59

Field items 2010-12 Mission-Wise -OP: MPCG, Raipur

Field item with code No. T.S.No. Personnel Date of Departure to
field with no. of days
spent in each month
(15.12.2010)
Work component as
per NQT
Target Achievement
(Upto
Nov'2010)
Remarks
Mission-I
STM in Durg-Rajnandgaon
Dist.
001/STM/CR/MPCG/2010/001
64C/15 &
16
S. J ungral and
R.K.Mallah, Geol.
13/12/2010
Dec-3 days
STM 300 sqkm
SMPL : BRS 40 nos.
PS 40 nos.
PCS 25 nos.
REE 10 nos.
Chem. Analy. 40 nos.
The officers are
carrying out project
training work for 33rd
OCG.

STM in Surguja Dist.
002/STM/CR/MPCG/2010/002
64M/10 V.V.Kumar and
S.R.Mohanty,
13/12/2010
Dec-3 days
STM 300 sqkm
Geologists SMPL : BRS 40 nos.
PS 40 nos.
PCS 25 nos.
REE 10 nos.
Chem. Analy. 40 nos.
The officers are
carrying out project
training work for 33rd
OCG.

GCM in Mahasamund Dist.
008/GCM/CR/MPCG/2010/006
64K/12 &
16
Rohan Das, Geol 29/10/2010 ; Oct-1
day Nov-20 days
GCM 1080
sqkm
219 sq.km.
Dec- 15 days GCM SMPL :
B. Ray, Geol. 26/11/2010;Nov-5
days
SSS/SW 1080 nos 219 nos.
Dec- Nil Soil 15 nos. Nil
Regolith 15 nos. Nil
Water 15 nos. Nil
Shri Ray is carrying
out project training
work for 33rd OCG.
Humus 15 nos. Nil
Flood Plain Sed. 02 nos. Nil
Comp. Smpl. 270 nos. 18 nos.
Duplicate Smpl. 15 nos. Nil
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60




GCM in Raipur Dist.
009/GCM/CR/MPCG/2010/007
64K/2 & 3 Ms.Anita Singh,
Geol
29/10/2010 ; Oct-1
day Nov-23 days
GCM 1080
sqkm
190 sqkm
Dec- 15 days GCM SMPL :
Ms.S.Dewalkar,
Geol
20/11/2010;Nov-10
days
SSS/SW 1080 nos 190 nos.
Dec- Soil 15 nos. 03 nos.
Regolith 15 nos. 03 nos.
Water 15 nos. Nil
Smt. S. Dewalkar is
carrying out project
training work for 33rd
OCG.
Humus 15 nos. Nil
Flood Plain Sed. 02 nos. Nil
Comp. Smpl. 270 nos. 08 nos.
Duplicate Smpl. 15 nos. Nil

Mission - II
Gold investigation in Raipur
Dist.
024/ME/CR/MPCG/2010/012
64K/15 H. Mishra, Sr.Geol 15/11/2010 ; Nov-16
days
LSM (1:12,500) 100
sq.km.
08 sq.km.
Dec- 15 days P/T 100 cu.m. -
M.L.Yadav,Sr.Geol. SMPL :
PTS 60 nos. -
BRS 100 nos. 05 nos.
CHNL 40 nos. -
Shri Yadav has not
yet joined C.G.Unit,
Raipur
Chem. Anal. 200 nos. -


Diamond investigation in
Bilaspur Dist.
64F/11 &
15
D.K.Thawait (PT),
Sr.Geol
15/11/2010 ; Nov-4
days
PGRS studies
(1:50,000 scale)
1400
sqkm
Nil
025/ME/CR/MPCG/2010/013 Dec- REC Map(1:50,000) 1400
sqkm
125 sqkm.
P.Pankaj, Geol 15/11/2010 ; Nov-14
days
SMPL :
Dec- 05 days SSS 200 nos. 10 nos.
PS 20 nos. -
Shri Thawait is
attending spill-over
work of Aridongri
iron ore
investigation. He is
also assigned report
writing of this
sponsored project.
Shri Pankaj is on
BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
61
PCS 20 nos. -
EPMA 40 nos. -

HMA 10 nos. -

Chem. Anal. 20 nos. -
leave for his
marriage.

BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
62
Geophysics Division, Central Region

FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT:MAH/MP/CGH MISSION I/II
No of days in
Field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
O
c
t
,

1
0

N
o
v
,

1
0

D
e
c
,

1
0

C
o
m
p
o
n
e
n
t

O
c
t
,

1
0

N
o
v
,

1
0

D
e
c
,

1
0

O
c
t
,

1
0

N
o
v
,

1
0

D
e
c
,

1
0

Map
LSM
DM
S.No.
1
Field item
Title: Geophysical Mapping in parts of Degree
sheet 55K.
Code No.:GPM/CR/HQ/2010/010
Toposheet(s): 55K/3,4,7,8 and Part 11
Co-ordinates :Lat 21
0
00N & 22
0
00N Long
78
0
15E & 79
0
00E
Field Officers: S/Shri Mehdi Hasan,
L.K.Khatri
Supervisory Officer: Dr.N.Venkataramana
Initial RCA date : 1.12.2010
Amount : Rs50,000,
Departure Date to Field : 24.11.2010
Subsequent RCA Recoupments (dates)




2
-




8
5
D
0 1 4 0 0 6.25
During the month of
November, 2010 the party left
H.Q searched a suitable
accommodation and
established camp at Asthi.

Sri. Hasan availed leave
during November, 2010 for
performing his sisters
marriage. During December,
2010, he went to Kolkata to
collect instruments and receive
trainings on instruments. He
availed leave during the month
due to his uncles demise.

Sri Khatri is engaged in
additional assignments of
Dasgaon landslide work
during November, 2010 and
geophysical logging work
during December, 2010.

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63

FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT:MAH/MP/CGH MISSION I/II
No of days in
Field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
O
c
t
,

1
0

N
o
v
,

1
0

D
e
c
,

1
0

C
o
m
p
o
n
e
n
t

O
c
t
,

1
0

N
o
v
,

1
0

D
e
c
,

1
0

O
c
t
,

1
0

N
o
v
,

1
0

D
e
c
,

1
0

Map
LSM
DM
S.No.
2
Field item
Title: Investigation for manganese ore in Parseoni
extension area, Nagpur district,Maharashtra
Code No.:Linked to Item No. 027/MIE/CR/MH/2010/
Toposheet(s): 55O/3
Co-ordinates: Lat 21
0
24 25N- 21
0
2450N and
Long 79
0
0405E- 79
0
0435E & Lat 21
0
26 30N-
21
0
26 50N and Long 79
0
02 05E - 79
0
02
35E
Field Officers: S/Shri V.N.Singh,
M.K.Mandal
Supervisory Officer: Dr.N.Venkataramana
Initial RCA date : 04.12.2011
Amount : Rs50,000
Departure Date to Field 26.11.2010
Subsequent RCA Recoupments (dates)





5
5





6
28
D
0 1 4 0 0 3 (Gravity)
15.5
(Magnetic)


Sri.V.N.Singh joined C.R.,
Nagpur on 22.11.2010 on
transfer from W.R., J aipur.
He left H.Q. on 26.11.2010
for establishing camp and
take up the survey.

As he came on transfer very
recently, he availed leave
from 11.12.2010 to
31.12.2010 to attend to
domestic work and to bring
his personal effects.

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64

FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT:MAH/MP/CGH MISSION III/IV
No of days
spent on item
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
O
c
t
,

1
0

N
o
v
,

1
0

D
e
c
,

1
0

C
o
m
p
o
n
e
n
t

O
c
t
,

1
0

N
o
v
,

1
0

D
e
c
,

1
0

O
c
t
,

1
0

N
o
v
,

1
0

D
e
c
,

1
0

Map
LSM
DM
S.No.
3
Field item
Title: Detailed study of Dasgaon Land Slide, Raigad
District,Maharashtra
Code No.:Linked to Item No. 054/LHZ/CR/MH/2008/009
Toposheet(s): 47F/8
Co-ordinates: Lat 18
0
05 29N & Long 73
0
21 55 E

Field Officers: S/Shri D.Livingston
Mehdi Hasan
L.K.Khatri

Supervisory Officer: Dr.N.Venkataramana
Initial RCA date & amount Rs25,000/- and Rs15,000/-
Departure Date to Field 21.10.2010
Subsequent RCA Recoupments (dates)



9
6
9



27
-
17



8
-
6
D

0


1

4

20

60

20

It is a short term
investigation with a
target of 5Lkm.
Prorata target is not
applicable.




Sri Hasan is
engaged in
Geophysical
mapping work

Sri Khatri is having
additional
assignment of
geophysical
logging.

BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
65

FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNIT:MAH/MP/CGH MISSION III/IV
No of days
spent on item
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
O
c
t
,

1
0

N
o
v
,

1
0

D
e
c
,

1
0

C
o
m
p
o
n
e
n
t

O
c
t
,

1
0

N
o
v
,

1
0

D
e
c
,

1
0

O
c
t
,

1
0

N
o
v
,

1
0

D
e
c
,

1
0

Map
LSM
DM
S.No.

4
Field item
Title: Palynostratigraphy of sediments associated with
Deccan continental flood basalt sequences of
Nanded-Yavatmal region: age resolution,
stratigraphic correlation and environmental
interpretation
Code No.:Linked to Item No. 067/RP/CR/HQ/2000/017
Toposheet(s): 56E/15 % 56I/2
Co-ordinates: Lat 19
0
15 00N 19
0
3000N& Long 77
0

45 00E 78
0
0000E and Lat : 19
0
3000N-
19
0
4500N & Long 78
0
0000E-78
0
1500E
Field Officers: S/Shri N.V.S.Murty
Supervisory Officer: Dr.N.Venkataramana
Initial RCA date & amount Rs25000/- , 15.10.2010
Departure Date to Field 26.10.2010
Subsequent RCA Recoupments (dates) Rs7245/- ,
17.12.2010









2

D
0


1 4 25%



As per action plan
the item was taken
up in October,
2010

No short fall in
achievement

As per RP item
field stay is as per
requirement.

BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
66

NEW FORMAT OF TARGET, ACHIEVEMENT INTIMATION FOR UNIFORMITY
FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNITS: MIIB, GSI, CR, NAGPUR MISSION-II
Sl.No. Field item - Title
Regional Exploration for
coal in Nawagaon Block,
Raigarh district, Mand -
Raigarh coal field,
Chhattisigarh. UNFC - G-2;
Item No. 013.
No. of days in
field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
Code No. MIE/CW/CW/2009/011
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

Component
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0


Toposheet(s) 64 N/3 Map
Co-ordinates:
22o19'40" - 22o21'30" /
83o08'30"- 83o12'24"
LSM: 1:25000 0.04 0.04 0.25 -- -- --
Field Officers
Reshmi R. Naik
J . K. Naik (PT)
17
11
14
10
16
11
DM
Supervisory
Officer
Dr. S. Dasgupta. 2 -- -- D 234.00 234.00 267.6 238.90 312.40 595.35
Initial RCA
amount &
Received date:
Wages Rs.28,000/-, OC
Rs.7000/- POL Rs.10,000/-
received on 08.11.2010.

Field Departure
Date
14.10.2010.
1
Subsequent
RCA bills Date
of Submission -
Recoupments
I)Wages Rs.27985/-, OC
Rs.6995/- POL Rs.9980/-
sub. on 10.11.2010.
Recoup. 0n 13.12.2010. II)
Wages Rs.22627/-, OC
Rs.4464/- POL Rs.5030/-
sub.15.12.2010. for
recoupment

Regional coal
seams I, II,
IV, VI-VIII
have been
intersected in
the borehole.
Depth range
of
intersection
is 45.37 -
392.81m.
Total coal
seam
thickness
intersected is
35.89m.





BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
67
NEW FORMAT OF TARGET, ACHIEVEMENT INTIMATION FOR UNIFORMITY
FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNITS: MISSION-II
Sl.No. Field item - Title
Regional exploration for coal in
Teram block, Raigarh district,
Mand - Raigarh Coalfield,
Chhattisgarh, UNFC - G2, Item
No. 014.
No. of days in
field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
Code No. ME/CR/NEnR/2010/006
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

Component
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0


Toposheet(s) 64 N/8 Map
Co-ordinates:
22o11'15" - 22o13'20" /
83o19'07" - 83o2238"
LSM: 1:25000 0.06 0.06 0.36 -- -- --
Field Officers
S. Ray
J . K. Naik (PT)
9
5
10
5
5
5
DM
Supervisory
Officer
Dr. S. Dasgupta. 2 -- -- D 156.40 156.1 178.4 Nil 163.50 426.4
Initial RCA
amount &
Received date:
Wages Rs.28,000/-, OC
Rs.6000/- POL Rs.12,000/-
received on 25.10.2010.

Field Departure
Date
01.10.2010.
2
Subsequent RCA
bills Date of
Submission -
Recoupments
I)Wages Rs.26100/- Sub. on
01.11.10. Recoup. on
25.11.10. II) Wages
Rs.27519/-, sub. On 09.12.10.
POL Rs.7690/- sub. On
10.12.10. OC Rs.1028/-
sub.on 10.12.2010. for
recoupment

Regional
Barakar coal
seams X, XI &
XII have been
intersected in
the borehole.
The depth
range of
intersection is
202.88 -
330.65m. The
accumulative
thickness of
individual coal
seams range is
0.24 - 4.11 m.





BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
68
NEW FORMAT OF TARGET, ACHIEVEMENT INTIMATION FOR UNIFORMITY
FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNITS: MISSION-II
Sl.No. Field item - Title
Regional exploration for coal in
Korja block, Hasdo-Arand
coalfield, Surguja district,
Chhattisgarh, UNFC-G-2; Item
No. 015
No. of days in
field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
Code No. ME/CR/NEnR/2010/007
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

Component
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0


Toposheet(s) 64 J /13 Map
Co-ordinates:
22o46'26" - 22o47'58" /
82o55'53" - 82o58'50"
LSM: 1:25000 0.06 0.06 0.37 -- -- 1.00
Field Officers K. Mondal 4 9 10 DM
Supervisory
Officer
Dr. S. Dasgupta. -- D 78.00 78.00 89.00 Nil 122.00 125.7
Initial RCA
amount &
Received date:
Wages Rs.42,000/-, OC
Rs.6000/- POL Rs.10,000/-
received on 27.10.2010.

Field Departure
Date
28.10.2010.
3
Subsequent RCA
bills Date of
Submission -
Recoupments
I)Wages Rs.39150/-, OC
Rs.3597/- POL Rs.9410/- Sub.
on 04.11.10. & 08.11.10.
Recoup. on 23.11.10. II)
Wages Rs.24348/-, OC
Rs.5971/- & POL Rs.3325/-
sub. on 06.12.10. for
recoupment, received on
24.12.10. III) Wages
Rs.23562/-, OC Rs.3330/- &
POL Rs.6769/- sub. on
05.01.2011. for recoupment

Two regional
coal seams
intersected in
the borehole
and the depth
range is
125.45m -
135.40m and
158.00 -
188.65m.



BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
69
NEW FORMAT OF TARGET, ACHIEVEMENT INTIMATION FOR UNIFORMITY
FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNITS: MISSION-II
Sl.No. Field item - Title
Regional exploration for coal
in the Renoti (west) block,
Tatapani - Ramkola coalfield,
Surguja district,
Chhattisgarh, UNFC-G2,
Item No. 16.
No. of days in
field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
Code No. MIE/CCW/CW/2007/011
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

Component
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0


Toposheet(s) 64 M/2 Map
Co-ordinates:
23o38'00" - 23o39'45" /
83o10'00" - 83o11'48''
LSM: 1:25000 -- -- --
Field Officers
P. K. Datta (PT)
A. Biswas (PT)
.-
1
4
13
15
7
DM
Supervisory
Officer
Dr. S. Dasgupta. -- -- 7 D 154.00 154.00 176.00 177.50 254.20 229.80
Initial RCA
amount &
Received date:
Wages Rs.25,000/-, OC
Rs.10,000/- POL Rs.16,000/-
received on 21.10.2010.

Field Departure
Date
31.10.2010.
4
Subsequent
RCA bills Date
of Submission -
Recoupments
I) POL Rs.13928/- Wages
Rs.15708/- Sub. on
26.11.10. Recoup. on
20.12.10. II) POL
Rs.1960/- Wages Rs.9162/-,
OC Rs.8333/- sub. on
10.12.2010. for recoupment,
III) OC Rs.1659/-, POL
Rs.4054/- & Wages
Rs.15708/- sub. on 21.12.10.
for recoupment






BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
70
NEW FORMAT OF TARGET, ACHIEVEMENT INTIMATION FOR UNIFORMITY
FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNITS: MISSION-II
Sl.No. Field item - Title
Exploration by scout drilling for
coal in Sarai (East) area,
Singrauli coalfield, Sidhi district,
MP. UNFC - G4, Item No. 18.
No. of days in
field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
Code No. ME/CR/NEnR/2010/009
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

Component
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0


Toposheet(s) 63 L/4 Map
Co-ordinates:
24o01'00'' - 24o02'18'' /
82o11'13'' - 82o15'00''
LSM: 1:25000 0.09 0.09 0.55 0.5 0.5 1
Field Officers
Praveen K.R,
Frincy R. M.
2
.-
10
.-
9
.-
DM
Supervisory
Officer
D. R. Datta -- 2 2 D
156.00 156.00
178.4 Nil Nil 109.15
Initial RCA
amount &
Received date:
Wages Rs.31,600/-, OC
Rs.10,000/- POL Rs.8,400/-
received on 01.11.2010.

Field Departure
Date
28.10.2010.
5
Subsequent RCA
bills Date of
Submission -
Recoupments
I) Wages Rs.27965/-, OC
Rs.8352/- POL Rs.8400/- Sub.
on 06.12.2010. For recoupment

Borehole No.
SSE-1 is
passing
through
Barraen
Measures









BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
71

NEW FORMAT OF TARGET, ACHIEVEMENT INTIMATION FOR UNIFORMITY
FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNITS: MISSION-II
Sl.No. Field item - Title
Regional Exploration for coal
in Devanitola block,
Sohagpur coalfield, Shahdol
district, MP. UNFC- G2. Item
No. 19.
No. of days in
field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
Code No. MIE/CCW/CW/2008/005
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

Component
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0


Toposheet(s) 64 E/8 Map
Co-ordinates:
23o11'40'' - 23o15'00'' /
81o20'28'' - 81o23'15''
LSM: 1:25000 0.09 0.09 0.56 -- -- --
Field Officers
A. Soni (PT)
Manju. S (PT)
3
2
7
3
1
5
DM
Supervisory
Officer
D. R. Datta -- 1 -- D 158.00 158.00 180.50 306.75 188.50 337.80
Initial RCA
amount &
Received date:
Wages Rs.40,000/-, POL
Rs.9,000/-, OC Rs.11,000/-
recived on 13.10.2010.

Field Departure
Date
01.10.2010.
6
Subsequent
RCA bills Date
of Submission -
Recoupments
I)OC Rs.6533/-, Wages
Rs.39,950/- sub. for recoup.
on 09.11.2010. &
recoupment received II) POL
Rs.4540/- sub. on 26.11.10.,
POL Rs.3195/- sub. on
30.11.101. Recoupment
received on Dec., 2010, III)
Wages Rs.23651/- sub. On
14.01.11. for recoupment

SDT-15
intersected 3
regional
Barakar coal
seams and
one local
coal seam.
SDT-16 is
passing
through
Barren
Mesures.




BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
72
NEW FORMAT OF TARGET, ACHIEVEMENT INTIMATION FOR UNIFORMITY
FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNITS: MISSION-II
Sl.No. Field item - Title
Regional exploration for coal
in Amiliha block, Sohagpur
coalfield, Umaria district,
MP. UNFC-G2. Item No. 020
No. of days in
field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
Code No. MIE/CCW/CW/2009/012
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

Component
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0


Toposheet(s) 64 E/7 Map
Co-ordinates:
23o20'00" - 23o21'30" /
81o17'29" - 81o20'00"
LSM: 1:25000 0.07 0.07 0.42 -- -- --
Field Officers
A. Soni (PT)
Lini V (PT)
2
12
7
3
4
.-
DM
Supervisory
Officer
D. R. Datta -- 1 -- D 154.00 154.00 176.00 130.50 301.55 323.30
Initial RCA
amount &
Received date:
RCA details in Item No. 19
Field Departure
Date
10.10.2010.
7
Subsequent
RCA bills Date
of Submission -
Recoupments

SAL-6
borehole
intersected
three
regional
Barakar coal
seams and
two local
coal seams.
The borehole
SAL-7 is
passing
through
Barakar. The
Barakar coal
seams I & III
were
intersected in
SAL-7.







BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
73
NEW FORMAT OF TARGET, ACHIEVEMENT INTIMATION FOR UNIFORMITY
FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNITS: MISSION-II
Sl.No. Field item - Title
Regional exploration for coal
in Pachri block, Sohagpur
coalfield, Shahdol district,
MP. UNFC-G2. Item No. 21.
No. of days in
field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
Code No. MIE/CW/CW/2009/013
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

Component
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0


Toposheet(s) 64 E/8 Map
Co-ordinates:
23o12'23" - 23o14'21" /
81o16'58" - 81o20'28"
LSM: 1:25000 0.09 0.09 0.55 -- -- --
Field Officers
S. Kabiraj (PT)
Manju S (PT)
2
1
6
2
6
6
DM
Supervisory
Officer
D. R. Datta -- 1 -- D 78.00 78.00 89.00 38.90 126.70 122.20
Initial RCA
amount &
Received date:
RCA details in Item No. 19
Field Departure
Date
01.10.2010.
8
Subsequent RCA
bills Date of
Submission -
Recoupments

SPR-6
borehole
intersected
four regional
Barakar coal
seams. The
seam no. III
was the
thickest with
2.47m.










BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
74
NEW FORMAT OF TARGET, ACHIEVEMENT INTIMATION FOR UNIFORMITY
FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNITS: MISSION-II
Sl.No. Field item - Title
Exploration for coal by scout
drilling and CBM prospect in
Nawazabad (North) area, J ohilla
coalfield, Umaria district, MP.
UNFC - G4. Item No. 23
No. of days in
field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
Code No. MIE/CW/CW/2008/006
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

Component
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0


Toposheet(s) 64 E/3 & 64 A/15 Map
Co-ordinates:
23o22'00'' - 23o26'22" /
80o56'35'' - 81o06'26''
LSM: 1:25000
Field Officers
S. Kabiraj (PT)
Lini V (PT)
1
4
5
2
5
'--
DM
Supervisory Officer D. R. Datta -- 1 -- D 78.00 78.00 89.00 Nil 5.00 Nil
Initial RCA amount
& Received date:
RCA details in Item No. 19
Field Departure
Date
10.10.2010.
10
Subsequent RCA
bills Date of
Submission -
Recoupments

BH No. J NN-2 is
passing through
BM.










BRIEFING BOOK - CENTRAL REGION - (For the period ending December 2010)
75
NEW FORMAT OF TARGET, ACHIEVEMENT INTIMATION FOR UNIFORMITY
FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNITS: MISSION-II
Sl.No. Field item - Title
Exploration for coal in
Payalidhama sector, Pench
valley coalfield, Chhindwara
district, Madhya Pradesh.
UNFC-G3, Item No. 24.
No. of days in
field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
Code No. MIE/CW/CW/2009/014
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

Component
O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0

O
c
t
,
1
0

N
o
v
,
1
0

D
e
c
,
1
0


Toposheet(s) 55 J /15 Map
Co-ordinates:
22o18'15'' - 22o20'00" /
78o57'15'' - 79o59'15''
LSM: 1:25000 0.037 0.22 -- --
Field Officers
R. G. Khangar (PT)
L. Khasdeo (PT)
3
6
--
19
--
14
DM
Supervisory
Officer
D 78.04 78.04 89.19 128.60 51.40 51.40
Initial RCA
amount &
Received date:
Wages Rs.32,000/-, POL
Rs.12,000/-, OC Rs.11,000/-
received on 22.10.2010.

Field Departure
Date
01.10.2010.
11
Subsequent RCA
bills Date of
Submission -
Recoupments
I) Wages Rs.27029/- sub. on
01.11.10. received on
06.12.10., POL Rs.8838/-
sub. 01.11.10. Received on
06.12.10. & OC Rs.6231/-
sub. On 18.11.10. Received
on 24.12.10. II) Wages
Rs.25034/- sub. On 22.12.10.
POL Rs.11213/- sub. On
22.12.10. OC Rs.4478/- sub.
on 23.12.10. III) OC
Rs.5450/- sub. on 04.01.11.
for recoupment

PP-2 borehole
is passing
through
Barakar
formation. Four
Nos. of CPS
and 2 Nos.
CBM samples
were collected.



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76
NEW FORMAT OF TARGET, ACHIEVEMENT INTIMATION FOR UNIFORMITY
FIELD ITEMS OF OPERATIONAL UNITS: MISSION-II
Sl.No. Field item - Title
Exploration for coal in Dewala
Mangali block, Wardha valley
coalfield, Yavatmal district,
Maharashtra, UNFC - G3, Item
No. 25.
No. of days in
field
Prorata target Achievement J ustification
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Toposheet(s) 55 L/16 Map
Co-ordinates:
20o10"35' - 20o12"32' /
78o46"02' - 78o49"27'.
LSM: 1:25000 0.003 -- --
Field Officers
R. G. Khangar (PT)
L. Khasdeo (PT)
--
1
15
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--
'--
DM
Supervisory
Officer
D 78.04 78.04 89.19 83.60 121.15 117.8
Initial RCA
amount &
Received date:
Wages Rs.40,000/-, POL
Rs.11,000/-, OC Rs.9,000/-
received on 22.10.2010.

Field Departure
Date
25.10.2010.
12
Subsequent RCA
bills Date of
Submission -
Recoupments
I) Wages Rs.29964/- POL
Rs.6000/-, OC Rs.3938/- sub.
on 03.11.10. received on
25.11.10., II) Wages
Rs.39952/- POL Rs.2538/-
OC Rs.5478/- sub. On
09.12.10. for recoupment

BH WDM-3
intersected
Deccan trap /
barren measure
contact at
126.60m depth.
The BH is
passing throuh
B/M barrel
measure.





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Annexure-1

MAJOR MINERAL RESOURCES (UNDER VARIOUS UNFC CATEGORIES)
ESTIMATED BY THE REGION, SHOWING STATE-WISE 5 YEARLY INCREMENT,
FOR THE PERIOD MENTIONED BELOW:

COMMODITY/
MINERAL
STATE

1995-
2000
DETAILS OF
INVESTIGATION
ESTIMATED RESERVES


GOLD (Au)


CG



1994-
2000


Exploration by drilling for
auriferous minerals in
Sonadehi Prospect, district
Kanker, CG
At 0.10 gm/t Au cut-off, estimated
resource is 2283927.95 tonne, with
1608.014 Kg of gold, with an average
grade of 0.699gm/t Au.
At 0.60 gm/t Au cut-off, estimated
resource is 217293.20 tonne, with
1008.36 Kg of gold, with an average
grade of 4.64 gm/t Au.
(UNFC Code 332)

COMODITY
/MINERAL
STATE 1995-
2000
DETAILS OFINVESTIGATON ESTIMATED RESERVES
GOLD (Au) MH 1995-
1996
Exploration for Au in Parsori West
Block Nagpur-Bhandara E-II
1
st
level 50 mt. 2
nd
selective or
0.588 mt at 0.5 g/t Au with
gold =1.653 tonnes OR
0.346 Mt (at 1.0 g/t =1.304
tonnes upto 110 m RL)
(UNFC Code 332)
GOLD (Au) MH 1995-
1996
Exploration for Au in Marupar-Pular-
Kosori Block of Pular Parsori gold belt
Nagpur E-II
1.59 tonnes of gold, Av.
Gr.-1,93g/t
3767.34 tonnes of Cu Av.
Gr-1.33%
1.014 tonnes of Ag Av.
Gr.- 3.65 g/t
(UNFC Code 332)
COMODITY
/MINERAL
STATE 1995-
2000
DETAILS OFINVESTIGATON ESTIMATED
RESERVES
MANGANESE
(Mn)
MH 1996-
1997
Investigation for Mn ore in Parsoda and
Nagardhan-Chokhala area, Nagpur

0.1781 M.t of Mn
(UNFC Code 332)

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COMMODITY/
MINERAL
STATE

2000-
2005
DETAILS OF
INVESTIGATION
ESTIMATED RESERVES
GOLD (Au) CG

2000-
2004
Prospecting for gold
mineralization through
scout drilling in
Sheetalpur, Bejhar,
Chachar and Puro-
Michgaon blocks of BIF
belt (southern part)
district Kanker, CG (P-I
& E-I stage)
Resource estimated only for
Bhelwapani block at 0.2 gm/t cut
off about 605773.28 tonne with
462.48 kt Au with an average grade
of 0.76 gm/t with true width 2.256-
6.20m for a strike length of 415m
(UNFC Code 332)
COMMODITY/
MINERAL
STATE

2005-
2010
DETAILS OF
INVESTIGATION
ESTIMATED RESERVES
GOLD (Au) CG

2003-
2007
Investigation for gold by
drilling in Baghmara
block, Sonadehi
area,district, Raipur ,CG
C.G(E-I stage)
Resources estimated at 0.10 g/t Au
cut off around 1898825.36 tonne
with 1196.117 kg of gold with an
average grade of 0.778 g/t Au for a
strike length of 645.50m to a av.
Vertical depth of 136m.
(UNFC Code 332)

COMMODITY/
MINERAL
STATE

1995-
2000
DETAILS OF
INVESTIGATION
ESTIMATED RESERVES
Zone Estimated
tonnage of
ore 332
Grade of
Au
A 24,375t 2.75gm/t
B 20,675t 1.29gm/t
C 16,350t 0.90gm/t
D 15,900t 1.80gm/t
E 3750t 0.74gm/t
GOLD (Au) MP 1999-
2000
Exploration for gold in
Chakaria block,
district Sidhi,MP.
(UNFC Code 332)
F 12,450t 0.69gm/t

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COMMODITY/
MINERAL
STATE

2000-
2005
DETAILS OF
INVESTIGATION
ESTIMATED RESERVES
GOLD (Au)
(and
BASEMETAL)
MP 1997-
2001
072/MIE/CR/MP/1997
/010
Exploration for gold,
silver and basemetal in
Imaliya block,
Sleemanabad area,
district Katni, MP.

1998-1999--- 0.2 mt with average
2gm/t Au;100gm/t Ag;1.2% Cu;

2001 (as per final report):
0.466 mt with 1.27gm/t Au;
0.586 mt with 58.6gm/t Ag;
0.41 mt with 273ppm Sn;
0.30 mt with 1.1r% Cu;
0.266 mt with 1.29 % Pb;
0.21 mt with 0.75% Zn;
Estimate from the central part of the
mineralized zone.
(UNFC Code 332)

COMMODITY/
MINERAL
STATE

1995-
2000
DETAILS OF
INVESTIGATION
ESTIMATED RESERVES
Basemetal MP 1995-
1997
Investigation for
basemetal in
Banskhapa-Pipariya
block, district
Betul,block,Betul
district,MP (E-1 stage)
1995-96---0.29 mt, with 7.2% Zn;
1.65% Cu; 150 ppm Cd; 7 ppm Ag.
1996-97---1.36 mt with 3.4%
Zn;1.17% Cu, with a strike length of
600m,av width of 5.5m and depth
120m 332
(UNFC Code 332)
Basemetal MP 2000-
2001
to
2002-
03
Detailed exploration
for polymetalic
mineralization in
Mauriya block district
Betul, MP (E-1 stage)
1.51 mt ore;
Zn 7.88%;
Cu 0.78%;
Pb 1.83%;
Ag 77 gpt
(UNFC Code 332)
Basemetal MP Exploration for
basemetal in Ghisi
block ,district Betul,
MP (E-1 stage)
0.28 mt ore;
Zn 0.26%;
Cu 0.26%;
Pb 0.68%;
Ag 45 gpt
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(UNFC Code 332)
Basemetal MP Exploration for
basemetal in
Koparpani block,
district Betul, MP (E-1
stage)
1.37 mt ore;
Zn 0.85 %;
(UNFC Code 332)

COMMODITY
/MINERAL
STATE

2000-
2005
DETAILS OF
INVESTIGATION
ESTIMATED RESERVES
GOLD (Au) MH 1999-
2000
Exploration of Gold
and associated copper
and Tungsten
mineralization in
Khairi-Etwahi
Bhimsain Killa Pahar
Block, Bhandara
district, Maharashtra
(E-1 stage)
Au-1 gram per tonne to 1.8 gram per tonne
W-37% tonne 60%, Mean Au is from
0.92ppm to 2.58 ppm. Total resources to
Bhimsain Killa Pahar block-runs upto 30m
depth and has been estimated to be 57.00
tonnes of ore with average grade of 1.84 g
tonne Au with gold content of 105 kg.
(UNFC Code 332)
COPPER MH 2004-
2008
Dubarpeth-Karanji
block
1.343 m.t. at 0.05% Cu cut off with average
grade of 0.91% at Dubarpeth.
(UNFC Code 332)

COMMODITY/
MINERAL
STATE

2005-
2010
DETAILS OF
INVESTIGATION
ESTIMATED RESERVES
COPPER
MH
2004-
2008
Assessment of Copper and
associated mineralization in
Dubarpeth-Karanji block,
Chandrapur district,
Maharashtra (P-II/E-II
stage)
Au-100 tp 350 ppb. A total resource
of 1.343 million tonnes (at 0 .50% cut-
off grade with average grade of 0.91%
Cu.
(UNFC Code 332)

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COPPER
MH
2005-
2007
Assessment od Copper and
associated mineralization in
Thanewasna Copper
prospect, Chandrapur
district, Maharashtra (E-II
stage)
Cu-.15% to 1.63% Ag (Silver zone
49.5 g. per tonne, Au.-.12 g. per tonne
to 0.83 g/t. The total insitu reserves of
Thanewsna north and intervening
block comes out to be 3.61 m of
0.87% of Cu. Similarly southern body
3.02 m tones i.e. 6.64 million tones of
0.50% Cu cut off grade.
(UNFC-332)
COPPER MH 2005-
2007
Thanewasna 6.64 m.t. at 0.50% Cu cut off (UNFC-
332)

COMMODIT
Y/MINERAL
STATE

2005-
2010
DETAILS OF
INVESTIGATION
ESTIMATED RESERVES
BASEMETAL MP 2003-04
to 2005-
2006
Exploration for basemetal in
Dehalwara block, Betul
district, MP (E-1 stage)
1.12 mt ore with 1.83% Zn, 0.45% Pb.
0.26% Cu;
(UNFC Code 332)
BASEMETAL MP 2004-05
to 2005-
06
Exploration for basemetal in
Bhuyari block, Chhindwara
district, M.P. (E-I stage)
1.56 million ton ore with 2% Zn,
0.44% Pb & 0.12% Cu ;
(UNFC Code 332)
BASEMETAL MP 2006-07
to 09
Prospecting for Basemetal in
Biskhan Block of Betul
District, Madhya Pradesh, (E-I
stage)
1.87 million to ore with 1.14% Zn
(UNFC Code 332)


STATE-WISE AUGMENTATION OF COAL RESOURCES BY MISSIOM-IIB-CR
(In million tonne)
STATE YEAR
1995 2000 2005 2010
CHHATISHGARH 26971.11 940.93 1977.75 1897.60
MP 14849.79 105.29 1799.19 1291.91
MH 6602.47 120.71 43.00 379.34




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ACTIVITY DOMAIN PERTAINING TO MISSION I & II OF THE REGION AND ACHIEVEMENTS [FSP RELATED ITEMS] DURING THE
XI PLAN PERIOD [2007-12]

STATE: MAHARASHTRA

S. No Major
Activity
area
Programme
Target F.S.
2007-08
Achievement of
F.S.
2007-08
Programme
Target F.S.
2008-09
Achievement
of F.S.
2008-09
Programme
Target F.S.
2009-10
Achievement
of F.S.
2009-10*
Programme
Target F.S.
2010-12
Achievement
of F.S.
2010-12
I. Survey and Mapping
a) Ground
Survey

i) Special
Thematic
Mapping
(sq. km)
650 sq.km 650 sq.km 250 sq.km. 258 sq.km. 450 sq.km 455 sq.km 1350 sq.km 294 sq.km
ii) Geochemical
mapping
(sq. km)
1440 sq.km 1406 sq.km 1440 sq.km 1102 sq.km 1080 sq.km 1098 sq.km. 3210 sq.km 449 sq.km
iii) Geophysica
l Mapping
(sq. km)
2100 sq.km 2100 sq.km NA NA NA NA NA NA
II. Mineral Exploration
i) Large Scale
Mapping
(sq. km.)
275
sq.km
250
sq.km
75
sq.km.
70
sq.km.
60 sq.km. 60 sq.km. 20 sq.km. 3.4 sq.km.
ii) Detailed
Mapping
(sq. km.)
1.1 sq.km 1.1 sq.km 0.6 sq.km. 0.6 sq.km. 1.3 sq.km. 1.18 sq.km. 3.1 sq.km. 0.78 sq.km.
iii) Drilling
(meter)
565 M 530.15 M NA NA 600 M 291.5 M 1793.4 M 160.45 M

NA- NOT APPLICABLE
Note: For FS 2010-12 the Achievement is till 31
st
December 2010.

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STATE: MADHYAPRADESH

S. No Major
Activity
area
Programme
Target F.S.
2007-08
Achievement of
F.S.
2007-08
Programme
Target F.S.
2008-09
Achievement
of F.S.
2008-09
Programme
Target F.S.
2009-10
Achievement
of F.S.
2009-10*
Programme
Target F.S.
2010-12
Achievement
of F.S.
2010-12
I. Survey and Mapping
a) Ground
Survey

i) Special
Thematic
Mapping
(sq. km)
Nil Nil 225 sq.km. 225 sq.km. 225 sq.km. 225 sq.km. 950 sq.km. 126 sq.km.
ii) Geochemical
mapping (sq.
km)
1092 sq.km 1126 sq.km 1092 sq.km. 1092 sq.km. 1418 sq.km. 1418 sq.km. 2836 sq.km. 381 sq.km.
iii) Geophysical
Mapping
(sq. km)
Nil


Nil 2100 sq.km 2000 sq.km 2100 sq.km 2100 sq.km. 3200 sq.km 200 sq.km
II. Mineral Exploration
i) Large Scale
Mapping
(sq. km.)
6.5 sq.km 6.5 sq.km Nil Nil 111 sq.km. 110 sq.km. 75 sq.km. 12.75 sq.km.
ii) Detailed
Mapping
(sq. km.)
2.2 sq.km 2.25 sq.km 0.5 sq.km. 0.5 sq.km. Nil Nil 1.25 sq.km. 0.3 sq.km.
iii) Drilling
(meter)
800m 825.5 m 1600 m 1403.35 m Nil Nil 400 m 0.0 m

NA- NOT APPLICABLE
Note: For FS 2010-12 the Achievement is till 31
st
December 2010.
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STATE: CHHATTISGARH


S. No Major
Activity
area
Programme
Target F.S.
2007-08
Achievement
of F.S.
2007-08
Programme
Target F.S.
2008-09
Achievement
of F.S.
2008-09
Programme
Target F.S.
2009-10
Achievement
of F.S.
2009-10*
Programme
Target F.S.
2010-12
Achievement
of F.S.
2010-12
I. Survey and Mapping
a) Ground
Survey

i) Special
Thematic
Mapping
(sq. km)
300 sq.km 300 sq.km 300 sq.km. 300 sq.km. Nil Nil 600 sq.km. 62 sq.km.
ii) Geochemical
mapping (sq.
km)
720 sq.km 740 sq.km 728 sq.km. 728 sq.km. 728 sq.km. 728 sq.km. 2160 sq.km. 554 sq.km.
II. Mineral Exploration
i) Large Scale
Mapping
(sq. km.)
Nil Nil 75
sq.km.
75
sq.km.
30 sq.km. 33 sq.km. 100 sq.km. 16 sq.km.
ii) Detailed
Mapping
(sq. km.)
0.25 sq.km 0.60 sq.km Nil Nil 0.5 sq.km. Item kept in
abeyance
NA NA
iii) Drilling
(meter)
800 M Nil Nil Nil 1400 m 1069.6 m 300 m 297.4 m

NA- NOT APPLICABLE
Note: For FS 2010-12 the Achievement is till 31
st
December 2010.
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FINANCIAL OUTLAY AND EXPENDITURE DURING XI PLAN PERIOD
[` in lakhs]
Year Survey & Mapping Mineral Exploration Specialised Investigation
Research &
Development and Other
Exploration
Outlay Exp % Outlay Exp % Outlay Exp % Outlay Exp %
2007-08 24.50 19.36 79 93.80 82.07 87.50 6.43 3.92 61 34.10 28.34 83
2008-09 15.44 14.94 96.7 60.80 62.74 103 4.24 3.59 84.6 36.65 35.43 96.6
2009-10 17.30 15.71 90.8 73.76 71.22 96.5 6.68 7.98 119 29.75 29.58 99.4
2010-11 54.30 25.04 46 180.00 94.80 52.66 4.30 3.58 83 53.75 47.11 87.6
2011-12

Annexure-3
FINANCIAL OUTLAY AND EXPENDITURE DURING XI PLAN PERIOD (CONTINUED)
Year
Information
Dissemination
Human Resource
Development including
Mission-V
Modernisation &
Replacement
Construction
Total Plan Outlay as on
31.12.2010
Outlay Exp % Outlay Exp % Outlay Exp % Outlay Exp % Outlay Exp %
2007-08 59.75 57.99 97.0 102.50 92.51 90 101.50
82.31
81 0.00 0.00 422.58 366.50 86.7
2008-09 44.77 42.70 95.4 119.72 117.41 98 31.80
32.66
102 0.00 0.00 313.42 309.47 98.7
2009-10 81.00 81.10 100 165.89 165.18 99.50 116.60
95.81
82 0.00 0.00 490.98 466.58 95.0
2010-11 55.80 38.55 69 227.06 207.53 91 218.00
212.35
97 0.00 0.00 793.21 628.96 79.29
2011-12


N.B. The Figures shown in the outlay column are actually allotted funds.
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OUTLAY AND EXPENDITURE DURING THE XI PLAN
[` in lacs]

XI PLAN
Scheme
2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
2010-11
Survey & Mapping
24.50/19.36 15.44/14.94 17.30/15.71
54.30/25.04
MineralExploration
93.80/82.07 60.80/62.74 73.76/71.22
180.00/94.80
SpecialisedInvestigation
6.43/3.92 4.24/3.59 6.68/7.98
4.30/3.58
R&D and Other Exploration
34.10/28.34 36.65/35.43 29.75/29.58
53.75/47.11
Information
Dissemination
59.75/57.99 44.77/42.70 81.00/81.10
55.80/38.55
HRD including Training
102.50/92.51 119.72/117.41 165.89/165.18
227.06/207.53
Modernisation and
Replacement
101.50/82.31 31.80/32.66 116.60/95.81
218.00/212.35
Construction
0.00 0.00 0.00
0.00
TOTAL
422.58/366.50 313.42/309.47 490.98/466.58
793.21/628.96


N.B.INFORMATIONANDDISSEMINATION=MISSIONIII[IT+OE(Publication)+OE(OAE)]+OE(Advt.andPub)
N.B.MODERNISATIONANDREPLACEMENT=M&E+MV+MW+OE(Sup&Mat)+OE(Cloth&Tentages)
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SCHEME-WISE, QUARTER-WISE DISTRIBUTION OF APPROVED PLAN FUNDS AND ACTUAL EXPENDITURE
FOR THE YEARS 2007-08, 2008-09 & 2009-10
2007-08
SCHEME
Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4
[` in lacs]
Approv-
ed
Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expen-
diture
Appro-
ved
Outlay
[RE](Pro
gressive)
Actual
Expenditure
(Progressive)
Approved
Outlay
[RE]
(Progressi
ve)
Actual
Expenditure
(Progressiv
e)
Approved
Outlay
[RE]
(Progressi
ve)
Actual
Expenditure
(Progressiv
e)
Percentage
1. Survey &
Mapping
13.00 3.59 13.00 7.42 18.00 11.87 24.50 19.36 80%
2. Mineral
Exploration
75.00 20.14 75.00 39.98 90.00 58.25 93.80 82.07 87.49%
3. Specialised
Investigation
4.63 0.62 4.63 1.46 6.13 2.82 6.43 3.92 60.9%
4. R&D and
Other
Exploration
20.10 3.43 21.10 14.19 26.10 20.20 34.10 28.34 83.1%

5. Information
Dissemination
16.50 1.68 16.50 9.84 22.50 16.22 59.75 57.99 97%
6. Human
Research and
Development
0.00 0.00 40.00 0.43 40.00 34.99 102.50 92.51 90%

7. Modernisation
and
Replacement
31.00 12.08 61.00 27.00 74.00 47.54 101.50 82.31 81%
8. Construction

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0%
9. TOTAL 160.23 41.54 231.23 100.32 276.73 191.89 422.58 366.50 86.7%

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2008-09
SCHEME
Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4
[` in lacs]
Approve
d Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expenditu
re(Prog.)
Approved
Outlay
[RE]
(Prog.)
Actual
Expenditure
(Prog.)
Approved
Outlay [RE]
(Prog.)
Actual
Expenditure
(Prog.)
Approved
Outlay
[RE]
(Prog.)
Actual
Expenditure
(Prog.)
Percentage
10. Survey &
Mapping
9.60 3.32 9.60 6.18 15.44 11.08 15.44 14.94 96.76%
11. Mineral
Exploration
47.65 12.31 47.65 23.15 60.80 41.14 60.80 62.74 103%
12. Specialised
Investigation
2.65 0.90 2.65 1.41 4.24 2.56 4.24 3.59 84.6%
13. R&D and
Other
Exploration
20.60 6.27 20.60 16.02 36.65 22.27 36.65 35.43 96.67%
14. Information
Dissemination
43.70 6.02 43.70 11.55 43.85 30.82 44.77 42.70 95.4%
15. Human
Research and
Development
57.33 10.84 57.33 31.08 119.72 60.58 119.72 117.41 98%
16. Modernisation
and
Replacement
59.90 11.75 59.90 22.34 61.80 26.16 31.80 32.66 102.7%
17. Construction

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0%
18. TOTAL 241.43 51.41 241.43 111.73 342.50 194.61 313.42 309.47 98.7%

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2009-10
SCHEME
Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4
[` in lacs]
Appro-
ved
Outlay
[RE]
Actual
Expenditu
re
Approv-
ed Outlay
[RE]
(Prog.)
Actual
Expenditure
(Prog.)

Approved
Outlay
[RE]
(Prog.)
Actual
Expenditure
(Prog.)
Approved
Outlay
[RE]
(Prog.)
Actual
Expendit
ure
(Prog.)
Percenta
ge
19. Survey &
Mapping
4.97 1.89 8.20 4.40 18.20 9.65 17.30 15.71 90.8%
20. Mineral
Exploration
22.19 14.90 44.50 28.94 60.50 52.21 73.76

71.22 96.55%
21. Specialised
Investigation
1.48 0.56 3.57 2.27 12.25 3.99 6.68 7.98 119%
22. R&D and
Other
Exploration
12.48 5.62 28.03 10.35 38.03 18.14 29.75 29.58 99.4%
23. Information
Dissemination
13.13 3.34 42.90 19.88 49.90 40.52 81.00 81.10 100%
24. Human
Research and
Development
39.50 41.03 90.50 89.51 146.00 138.21 165.89 165.18 99.57%
25. Modernisation
and
Replacement
19.52 15.38 76.50 35.18 96.34 55.88 116.60 95.81 82%

26. Construction

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0%
27.
TOTAL 113.27 82.72 294.20 190.53 421.22 318.60 490.98 466.58
95%

N.B. The figures shown in approved outlay column are actually allotted funds.







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SCHEME FY 2010-11
[` in lacs]
Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure

April10 May10 J une J uly10 August 10 Sept 10
Progressive
Expenditure
As on 30.09.10

Approved
Outlay
[RE]
Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp
1. Survey & Mapping 54.16 9.00 0.55 48.50 3.20 48.50 2.15 48.50 1.69 28.00 2.20 28.00 1.56 28.00 11.35
2. Mineral Exploration 304.00 15.8 4.53 72.00 5.74 62.00 5.46 62.00 5.34 88.00 7.82 88.00 4.21 88.00 33.10
3.
Specialised
Investigation
14.40 1.40 0.00 2.75 0.76 2.75 0.17 2.75 0.16 2.75 0.39 4.00 0.14 4.00 1.62
4.
R&D and Other
Exploration
108.10 0.00 0.00 4.93 3.75 25.25 4.54 24.75 6.03 25.75 3.35 45.75 0.13 25.75 17.80
5.
Information
Dissemination
112.00 0.30 0.00 5.30 3.66 24.30
(-)
3.0
44.80 8.53 44.80 2.32 55.80 4.97 55.80 16.48
6.
Human Research
and Development
355.80

73.35

17.88

113.26

38.99

113.26

16.22

133.26

26.25

156.26

24.34 166.26 21.64

166.26

145.32
7.
Modernisation and
Replacement
551.03
133.40

30.00
138.00

56.14
138.00

35.94
143.00

3.13
218.00

5.88 218.00 77.52 218.00 208.61
8.
Construction

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
9. Training 28.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 5.00 3.35 9.00 0.70 9.00 2.45 9.00 6.50
10.
Allotted fund vs
Expenditure

233.25

52.96
384.74

112.24
414.06

61.48
464.06

54.48
572.56

47.00 614.81 112.62 614.81 440.78
11.
Target vs
Expenditure

52.96

52.96
55.64

112.24
53.50

61.48
43.20

54.48
43.50

47.00 192.85 112.62 441.65 440.78
N.B. BOLD figure in last column shows Region wise revised and consolidated target as shown in GSI Portal.In Approved Outlay, the figure shown is actually the
proposed RE for 2010-11.
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SCHEME FY 2010-11
[` in lacs]
Progressive
Expenditure
Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure
As on 31.12.10
Oct10 Nov10 Dec'10 J an'11 Feb'11 Mar'11
Expenditure
upto
30.09.10
Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp
1 Survey & Mapping
11.35 54.30 6.21 54.30 4.08 54.30 3.39 54.30 25.04
2 Mineral Exploration
33.1 112.0 25.13 180.00 16.25 180.00 20.34 180.00 94.80
3 Specialised
Investigation
1.62 4.00 1.48 4.30 0.37 4.30 0.11 4.30 3.58
4 R&D and Other
Exploration
17.80 45.75 0.89 48.75 6.27 53.75 22.15 53.75 47.11
5 Information
Dissemination
16.48 55.80 7.08 55.80 12.89 55.80 2.10 55.80 38.55
6 Human Research
and Development
290.19 176.26 16.4 187.26 18.57 217.26 17.62 217.26 197.91
7 Modernisation and
Replacement
208.61 218.0 1.49 218.0 1.56 218.00 0.69 218.00 212.35
8 Construction
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
9 Training
6.50 9.80 3.09 9.80 0.00 9.80 0.03 9.80 9.62
10 Allotted fund vs
Expenditure
440.78 675.91 61.77 758.21 59.99 793.21 66.42 793.21 628.96
11 Target vs
Expenditure 341.65 70.85 61.77 76.00 59.99 48.60 66.42 537.10 628.96









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MONTHWISE EXPENDITURE OF REGIONAL HQRS OF CENTRAL REGION, NAGPUR

[` in lacs]

Scheme XI PLAN
Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure

April10 May10 J une10 J uly10 August10 Sept 10 Progressive as on
30.09.10
Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp %
Survey & Mapping 0.50 0.00 1.60 0.78 28.60 0.92 28.60 0.90 5.60 1.19 5.60 -0.10 5.60 3.69 65
MineralExploration 7.55 0.23 1.35 0.30 14.55 0.75 4.55 0.31 20.55 1.21 20.55 0.12 20.55 2.92 14
Specialised
Investigation
0.30 0.00 0.80 0.49 2.10 0.17 2.15 0.10 1.70 0.39 2.60 0.10 2.60 1.25 48
R&D and Other
Exploration
0.00 0.00 3.86 3.22 21.93 4.08 20.93 4.81 20.03 2.68 38.93 0.00 38.93 14.79 38
Information
Dissemination
0.30 0.00 5.30 3.66 24.30
(-)
3.00
43.10 7.96 41.83 1.81 48.58 3.84 48.58 14.27 29
HRD 45.65 3.97 54.81 16.85 54.31 0.49 67.54 12.51 61.44 8.18 61.94 5.71 61.94 47.71 77
Modernisation and
Replacement
133.54 30.00 137.11 55.96 137.11 35.57 139.91 3.04 214.91 4.21 211.26 76.66 211.26 205.44 97
Training 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 5.00 3.35 9.00 0.70 9.00 2.45 9.00 6.50 72
Construction 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
TOTAL 191.41 34.20 201.33 81.26 282.90 38.98 306.78 32.98 366.06 20.37 398.46 88.77 398.46 296.57 74




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Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure
Oct10 Nov10 Dec10 J an'11 Feb'11 Mar'11 Progressive as on 31.12.10

Scheme


Exp.
Upto
30.09.10


Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp %
Survey & Mapping 3.69 29.75 1.26 22.55 0.16 22.55 0.13 22.55 5.24 23.23
MineralExploration 2.92 25.75 4.25 36.95 2.92 36.95 2.75 36.95 12.84 34.75
Specialised
Investigation
1.25 2.30 0.78 2.40 0.25 2.80 0.06 2.80 2.34 83.5
R&D and Other
Exploration
14.79 38.83 0.47 41.58 5.33 46.58 21.66 46.58 42.25 90
Information
Dissemination
14.27 48.32 6.21 48.07 12.06 48.07
0.81

48.07 33.35 69.3
HRD 47.71 62.64 7.39 66.04 7.83 80.38 6.33 80.38 69.26 86
Modernisation and
Replacement
205.44 210.85 0.00 210.75 1.55 210.75 0.00 210.75 206.99 98
Training 6.50 9.80 3.09 9.80 0.00 9.80 0.03 9.80 9.62 98
Construction 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0 0
TOTAL 296.57 428.24 23.45 438.14 30.10 457.88 31.77 457.88 381.89 83.4



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MONTHWISE EXPENDITURE OF DRILLING DIVISION OF CENTRAL REGION, NAGPUR
[` in lakhs]


Scheme XI PLAN
Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure

April10 May10 J une10 J uly10 August10 Sept 10 Progressive as on
30.09.10
Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp %
Survey & Mapping 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
MineralExploration 3.50 3.12 7.80 3.43 25.80 3.39 25.80 3.46 40.80 5.21 40.80 2.69 40.80 21.30 52
SpecialisedInvestigation 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
R&D and Other Exploration 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
Information
Dissemination
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.20 0.01 0.20 0.04 0.20 0.02 0.20 0.07 35
HRD 6.00 0.30 9.00 5.70 9.00 0.52 10.50 1.51 14.50 3.28 14.50 2.38 14.50 13.69 94
Modernisation and Replacement 0.25 0.00 0.25 0.16 0.25 0.07 2.45 0.08 2.45 1.65 3.45 0.70 3.45 2.66 77
Construction 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
TOTAL 9.75 3.42 17.05 9.29 35.05 3.98 38.75 5.06 57.95 10.18 58.95 5.79 58.95 37.72 64










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Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure
Oct10 Nov10 Dec10 J an'11 Feb'11 Mar'11 Progressive as on 31.12.10

Scheme

Exp.
Upto
30.09.10
Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp %
Survey & Mapping 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
MineralExploration 21.30 55.80 16.50 105.80 9.12 105.80 14.64 105.80 61.56 58
Specialised
Investigation
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
R&D and Other
Exploration
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Information
Dissemination
0.07 0.20 0.04 0.20 0.03 0.20 0.05 0.20 0.19 95
HRD 13.69 16.50 1.07 16.50 1.55 18.75 1.10 18.75 17.41 92.8
Modernisation and
Replacement
2.66 3.45 0.46 3.45 0.01 3.45 0.06 3.45 3.19 92.4
Construction 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
TOTAL 37.72 75.95 18.07 125.95 10.71 128.20 15.85 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 128.20 82.35 64



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[` in lakhs]


Scheme XI PLAN
Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure

April10 May10 J une10 J uly10 August10 Sept 10 Progressive
on30.09.10
Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp %
Survey & Mapping 2.40 0.00 2.40 0.86 4.90 0.07 4.90 0.05 5.10 0.18 5.10 -0.06 5.10 1.10 21.5
MineralExploration 1.75 0.91 2.65 1.32 9.65 0.50 9.65 1.18 14.15 0.96 14.15 0.71 14.15 5.58 39.5
SpecialisedInvestigation 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
R&D and Other Exploration 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.15 0.00 0.15 0.00 0.15 0.00 0.15 0.00 0.0
Information
Dissemination
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.50 0.00 0.50 0.32 0.50 0.32 64
HRD 6.50 3.45 12.00 4.24 12.00 2.34 13.50 2.80 18.50 2.91 18.50 2.33 18.50 18.07 97.6
Modernisation and
Replacement
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.90 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
Construction 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
TOTAL 10.65 4.36 17.05 6.42 26.55 2.91 28.20 4.03 38.4 4.05 39.3 3.30 39.3 25.07 63.8
















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XI PLAN
Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure
Oct'10 Nov10 Dec10 J an'11 Feb'11 Mar'11
Progressive
On 31.12.10
Scheme

Expenditure
upto
30.09.10
Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp %
Survey & Mapping 1.1 5.05 0.97 5.05 0.99 5.05 0.62 5.05 3.68 72.8
MineralExploration 5.58 14.15 2.73 16.90 0.90 16.90 1.93 16.90 11.14 65.9
Specialised Investigation 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
R&D and Other
Exploration
0.00 0.15 0.00 0.15 0.00 0.15 0.00 0.15 0.00 0
Information
Dissemination
0.32 0.50 0.02 0.50 0.11 0.50 0.00 0.50 0.45 90
HRD 18.07 20.5 1.59 20.80 0.72 23.55 1.88 23.55 22.26 94.5
Modernisation and
Replacement
0.00 0.90 0.88 0.90 0.01 0.90 0.00 0.90 0.89 99
Construction 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
TOTAL 25.07 41.25 6.19 44.30 2.73 47.05 4.43 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 47.05 38.42 81.6

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MONTHWISE EXPENDITURE OF OP: MAH (W) OF CENTRAL REGION, PUNE

[` in lakhs]

Scheme XI PLAN
Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure

April10 May10 J une10 J uly10 August10 Sept 10 Progressive as on 30.09.10
Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp %
Survey & Mapping 1.40 0.55 1.80 0.29 3.80 0.17 3.80 0.22 4.30 0.13 4.30 0.37 4.30 1.73 40
MineralExploration 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
SpecialisedInvestigation 0.55 0.00 0.35 0.27 0.35 0.00 0.30 0.00 0.75 0.00 0.90 0.00 0.90 0.27 36
R&D and Other Exploration 0.00 0.00 1.07 0.53 1.07 0.46 2.07 0.00 2.07 0.16 2.07 0.00 2.07 1.15 55
Information
Dissemination
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.50 0.27 0.77 0.00 0.77 0.22 0.77 0.49 63
HRD 4.00 3.60 11.90 3.26 11.90 4.51 13.9 1.89 20.40 3.85 19.40 1.98 19.40 19.09 98
Modernisation and
Replacement
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.50 0.00 0.50 0.00 0.0
Construction 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
TOTAL 5.95 4.15 15.12 4.35 17.12 5.14 20.57 2.38 28.29 4.14 27.94 2.57 27.94 22.73 81









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Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure
Scheme
Expenditure
upto
30.09.10
Oct10 Nov10 Dec10 J an'11 Feb'11 Mar'11 Progressive as on 31.12.10
Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp %
Survey & Mapping 1.73 4.45 1.22 6.45 0.59 6.45 0.17 6.45 3.71 57.5
MineralExploration 0.00 1.90 0.00 3.30 0.77* 3.30 0.49 3.30 1.26 38
Specialised Investigation 0.27 1.00 0.42 1.10 0.01 0.90 0.05 0.90 0.75 83.3
R&D and Other Exploration 1.15 2.17 0.15 2.42 0.34 2.42 0.32 2.42 1.96 80.9
Information
Dissemination
0.49

1.03 0.00 1.28 0.18 1.28 0.60 1.28
1.27

99
HRD 19.09 21.10 1.88 23.35 0.99 26.65 2.62 26.65 24.58 92
Modernisation and
Replacement
0.00 0.50 0.00 0.50 0.00 0.50 0.04 0.50 0.00 0
Construction 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
TOTAL 22.73 32.15 3.67 38.40 2.88* 41.50 4.29 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 41.50 33.57 80.89

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[` in lakhs]

Scheme XI PLAN
Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure

April10 May10 J une10 J uly10 August10 Sept 10 Progressive a son
30.09.10
Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp %
Survey & Mapping 1.40 0.00 1.40 0.16 3.90 0.21 3.90 0.20 4.20 0.00 4.20 0.11 4.20 0.68 16
MineralExploration 1.50 0.00 1.50 0.69 6.00 0.40 6.00 0.00 6.25 0.34 6.25 0.17 6.25 1.60 25.6
SpecialisedInvestigation 0.55 0.00 0.30 0.00 0.30 0.00 0.30 0.06 0.30 0.00 0.50 0.04 0.50 0.10 20
R&D and Other Exploration 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.00 1.22 2.00 0.19 2.00 0.06 2.00 1.47 73.5
Information
Dissemination
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.70 0.29 0.70 0.30 2.85 0.37 2.85 0.96 33.6
HRD 7.50 5.73 14.25 2.84 14.25 5.71 18.25 4.48 25.25 2.80 26.75 5.46 26.75 27.02 100
Modernisation and
Replacement
0.64 0.00 0.64 0.02 0.64 0.31 0.64 0.00 0.64 0.02 1.89 0.17 1.89 0.52 27.5
Construction 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
TOTAL 11.59 5.73 18.09 3.71 25.09 6.63 16.19 6.25 39.34 3.65 44.44 6.38 44.44 32.35 72.8









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XI PLAN
Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure
Oct10 Nov10 Dec10 J an'11 Feb'11 Mar'11
Progressive as on
31.12.10
Scheme



Expendit
ure upto
30.09.10
Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp %
Survey & Mapping 0.68 4.70 1.04 5.70 1.11 5.70 0.17 5.70 3.00 52.6
MineralExploration 1.60 6.25 1.00 6.25 0.38 6.25 0.19 6.25 3.17 51
Specialised Investigation 0.10 0.70 0.28 0.80 0.11 0.60 0.00 0.60 0.49 61
R&D and Other Exploration 1.47 2.00 0.11 2.00 0.23 2.00 0.00 2.00 1.81 90
Information
Dissemination
0.96 2.85 0.06 2.85 0.17 2.85 0.00 2.85 1.19 42
HRD 27.02 28.35 1.56 31.15 2.17 33.91 3.17 33.91 33.92 100
Modernisation and
Replacement
0.52 2.00 0.16 2.10 0.00 2.10 0.33 2.10 1.01 48
Construction 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
TOTAL 32.35 46.85 4.21 50.85 4.17 53.41 3.86 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 53.41 44.59 83.4

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[` in lakhs]


Scheme XI PLAN
Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure

April10 May10 J une10 J uly10 August10 Sept 10 Progressive as on 30.09.10
Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp %
Survey & Mapping 2.40 0.00 2.40 0.79 3.40 0.64 3.40 0.32 4.80 0.70 4.80 0.94 4.80 3.39 70
MineralExploration 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
SpecialisedInvestigation 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
R&D and Other Exploration 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.25 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.50 0.32 2.60 0.07 2.60 0.39 14
Information
Dissemination
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.60 0.17 2.70 0.20 2.70 0.37 28
HRD 2.00 0.37 4.22 1.89 4.22 1.97 6.32 2.33 10.42 0.36 10.42 2.45 10.42 9.37 90
Modernisation and
Replacement
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
Construction 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
TOTAL 4.40 0.37 6..62 2.68 9.87 2.61 9.72 2.65 17.32 1.55 20.52 3.66 20.52 13.52 78









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Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure
Oct10 Nov10 Dec10 J an'11 Feb'11 Mar'11 Progressive as on 31.12.10
Scheme




Expen
upto
30.09.10



Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp %
Survey & Mapping
3.39 6.90 0.72 9.40 1.23 9.40 0.99 9.40 6.33 67
MineralExploration
0.00 1.90 0.00 4.55 1.41 * 4.55 0.33 4.55 1.74 38
Specialised Investigation
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
R&D and Other
Exploration
0.39 2.60 0.16 2.60 0.37 2.60 0.18 2.60 1.10 42
Information
Dissemination
0.37 2.70 0.77 2.70 0.24 2.70 0.64 2.70 2.02 74.8
HRD
9.37 11.42 1.64 12.97 1.86 15.57 1.68 15.57 14.55 93
Modernisation and
Replacement
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Construction
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
TOTAL
13.52 25.52 3.29 32.22 5.11 * 34.82 3.82 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 34.82 25.74 73.9

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Annexure-6G
MONTHWISE EXPENDITURE OF OP: MPCG OF CENTRAL REGION, RAIPUR
[`. in lakhs]


Scheme XI PLAN
Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure

April10 May10 J une10 J uly10 August10 Sept 10 Progressive as on 30.09.10
Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp %
Survey & Mapping 0.90 0.00 0.90 0.32 3.90 0.14 3.90 0.00 4.00 0.00 4.00 0.30 4.00 0.76 19
MineralExploration 1.50 0.27 1.50 0.00 6.00 0.42 6.00 0.40 6.25 0.10 6.25 0.52 6.25 1.71 27
SpecialisedInvestigation 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
R&D and Other Exploration 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
Information
Dissemination
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.20 0.00 0.20 0.00 0.20 0.00 0.0
HRD 2.00 0.33 7.25 4.18 7.25 0.84 8.25 1.05 14.75 2.57 14.75 1.35 14.75 10.32 70
Modernisation and
Replacement
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
Construction 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0
TOTAL 4.40 0.60 9.65 4.50 17.15 1.40 18.15 1.45 25.20 2.67 25.20 2.17 25.20 12.79 50.7







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Annexure 6G

XI PLAN
Progressive Allotted fund / Actual Monthly Expenditure
Oct10 Nov10 Dec10 J an'11 Feb'11 Mar'11
Progressive as on
31.12.10
Scheme



Expen
upto
30.09.10
Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp Allot Exp %
Survey & Mapping
0.76 3.45 1.00 5.15 0.00 5.15 1.31 5.15 3.07 59.6
MineralExploration
1.71 6.25 0.65 6.25 0.75 6.25 0.00 6.25 3.11 49.7
Specialised
Investigation
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
R&D and Other
Exploration
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Information
Dissemination
0.00 0.20 0.00 0.20 0.10 0.20 0.00 0.20 0.10 0
HRD
10.32 15.75 1.27 16.45 3.47 18.45 0.85 18.45 15.91 86
Modernisation and
Replacement
0.00 0.30 0.00 0.30 0.00 0.30 0.25 0.30 0.00 0
Construction
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
TOTAL
12.79 25.95 2.92 28.35 4.32 30.35 2.41 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 30.35 22.44 74


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Annexure-7
Analytical Status of NGCM samples from FSP:2000-01 to 2009-10 as on 31 December,2010
Geological Survey of India,Central Region,Nagpur
T.S.
No.
FS
01-02
FS
02-03
FS
03-04
FS
04-05
FS
05-06
FS
06-07
FS
07-08
FS
08-09
FS
09-10
Sample
receive
d
Samples
Pulverize
d
Pack
A
Pack
B
Pack
C
Pack
D
Pack
E
Pack
F
Pack
G
Pack
H
Pack
I
47H/12 88 83 - - - - - 171 171 171 171 171 171 171 171 171 171 NIL
64E/16 59 - - - - - - 59 59 59 59 59 59 59 59 59 59 NIL
47J /5 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 30 180 180 NIL
55G/13 205 205 205 205 205 205 205 205 72 205 205 NIL
55M/4 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 80 200 200 NIL
64K/11 55 68 80 203 203 203 203 203 183 203 103 203 203 NIL
55P/9 199 199 199 199 199 199 199 199 NIL 199 199 NIL
47J /1 106 106 212 212 212 212 212 212 212 NIL 212 212 NIL
55G/9 209 209 209 209 209 209 209 209 NIL 209 209 NIL
55M/8 110 90 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 NIL 200 200 NIL
55M/12 48 164 212 212 212 212 212 212 212 NIL 212 212 NIL
55G/14 209 209 209 209 209 209 209 209 NIL 209 NIL NIL
55P/5 198 14 212 212 212 212 212 147 212 NIL 212 93 NIL
55M/15 48 162 210 210 210 210 210 48 210 NIL 210 210 NIL
55P/13 184 184 184 184 184 184 NIL 184 NIL 184 69 NIL
55G/10 209 209 209 209 209 209 182 209 NIL 209 209 NIL
47J /2 106 105 211 211 211 211 211 91 NIL NIL 211 211 NIL
64K/15 197 197 197 197 197 197 NIL NIL NIL 197 NIL NIL
55P/14 200 200 200 200 200 200 NIL 20 NIL 200 NIL NIL
55G/5 198 198 198 198 198 198 NIL NIL NIL 198 NIL NIL
64K/10 204 204 204 204 204 204 1 NIL NIL 204 1 NIL
64K/14 36 163 199 199 199 199 199 NIL NIL NIL 199 NIL NIL
55P/10 209 209 209 209 209 209 NIL NIL NIL 209 NIL NIL
47J /6 207 207 207 207 207 207 NIL NIL NIL 207 NIL NIL
55G/1 201 201 201 201 201 201 NIL NIL NIL 201 NIL NIL
55M/14 110 107 217 217 217 217 217 NIL NIL NIL 217 NIL NIL
55P/11 209 209 209 209 209 209 NIL NIL NIL 209 NIL NIL
55F/16 209 209 209 209 209 209 NIL NIL NIL 209 NIL NIL
64K/6 200 200 200 200 200 200 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL
64K/8 200 200 200 108 36 72 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL
47J /7 196 196 26 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL
55O/12 209 209 209 209 NIL 55 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL
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55O/16 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL
47H/16 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL
48E/13 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL
48I/1 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL
48I/2 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL
55F/12 209 209 209 52 52 52 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL
55M/16 209 209 165 62 62 62 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL
64A/3 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL
TOTAL 147 723 624 719 988 919 890 921 827 6758 6544 6166 5885 5976 2708 3094 515 5535 2843 NIL
(A) 190- Samples pending with Bhopal Lab. (PackageC) (B) 184- Samples pending with Bhopal Lab. . (PackageD) (C) 597-Sampales pending with Pune Lab (Package D)
(D) 1363- Samples pending with Hyderabad Lab . (PackageH) (E) 408- Samples pending with CHQ Lab., Kolkata (Package E) (F)- 408- Samples pending with Chandigarh
Lab.(Package-E) (G) 575-Samples pending with J ammu for Package E
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Analytical Status of NGCM samples from FSP:2000-01 to 2009-10 as on 31 December,2010

#Bhopal Chemical Laboratory, * Pune Chemical Laboratory, ** For Basemetal
(A) 94- Samples pending with Bhopal Lab. (PackageC) (B) 184- Samples pending with Bhopal Lab. . (PackageD) (C) 571-Sampales pending with Pune Lab (Package D)
(D) 1363- Samples pending with Hyderabad Lab . (PackageH) (E) 408- Samples pending with CHQ Lab., Kolkata (Package E) (F)- 247- Samples pending with Chandigarh
Lab.(Package-E) (G) 577-Samples pending with J ammu for Package E

Package-wise number of samples
Item Package A Package B Package C Package D Package E Package F Package G Package H
Monthly machine capacity
400 200* 800 150** 250 200* 600 600
No. of machines used for packages in
the region including operational
laboratories.
One One One Two One One One Nil
Pending NGCM samples of your region
as on 31.12.2010
592 873 592 3269 2273 6243 1223 2552
Pending NGCM Samples received from
other regions
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 759 Nil
Pendency liquidation of NGCM
samples per month (i.e, samples to be
analysed per month to clear the
backlog)
200 200 100 150

Instrument
out of order
200 600 600*
NGCM Non
NGCM
NGCM Non
NGCM
NGCM Non
NGCM
NGCM Non
NGCM
NGCM Non

NGCM
NGCM Non
NGCM
NGCM Non
NGCM
NGCM Non
NGCM
Oct.-10
98 88 36 65 122# - 66+30* 60 Nil Nil Nil 19 Nil 281 Nil
Total actual monthly
output from all labs.
in the region

Nov.10
160 84 64 - 83#

- 115+56* 148** 144 Nil 83 Nil 289 Nil 51 Nil

Dec10
173 98 52 - 96 - 165+26 15** - - 320 - 601 - 269
diver
ted
-
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Annexure-8
DATA UNIVERSE ON REGION WISE STATUS OF PENDING PROGRESS REPORTS

PENDING PROGRESS REPORT
(Status up to 31
st
December 2010)

DATA UNIVERSE ON REGION WISE STATUS OF PENDING PROGRESS REPORTS

Region Total no. of
Progress
Report
Pending up
to
31.12.2009
Reports
Released
during
January-
March-2010
Reports
Released
during April-
2010
Reports
Released
during May-
December 2010
Total no. of
Progress
Report
Pending as on
31.12.2010*
Central Region 22 19 3 20 Nil
* For FS 2008-09 (Total reports 20 Nos.)

DATA UNIVERSE ON REGION WISE-MISSION WISE STATUS OF PENDING PROGRESS REPORTS AS ON 31.12.2010

MISSION-I

MISSION-II

MISSION-
III

MISSION-IV


REGION
GM STM GCM GPM
AS /
RS
MCS MI
Coal-
Lignite
DB-MAP
MULTI-
DISP
FUNDA-
MENTAL
(R&D)


TOTAL
NO. OF
PROGRESS
REPORTS
PENDING


Central
Region
- - - - - - -

- - - - Nil
MI: Nil MII: -Nil MIII:
Nil
MIV:Nil

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110

Total No. of
Progress
Reports
Pending up to
31.12.2010

1
9
9
9
-
2
0
0
0

2
0
0
0
-
0
1

2
0
0
1
-
0
2

2
0
0
2
-
0
3

2
0
0
3
-
0
4

2
0
0
4
-
0
5

2
0
0
5
-
0
6

2
0
0
6
-
0
7

2
0
0
7
-
0
8

2
0
0
8
-
0
9


Nil
- - - - - - - - - Nil
Reports Released During the month December- 2010

Sl.
No.
Region /
Wing /
Mission
Year of Completion / FSP
coad
Title of The Report
Reports circulated/Released
1. Op: MPCG,
Raipur
MIP/CR/MPCG/2008/015
FS 2008-10
Final report on prospecting for Iron ore in Parwi area, Kankner
district, Chhattisgarh. By Shri D.K. Thawait, Sr. Geologist.
2. OPM
Pune
LHZ/CR/MH/2006/019
FS 2007-09

An interim report on Landslide hazard zonation of NH 17 (Mumbai -
Goa Highway) on macro scale. By Shri M.S. Bodas, C. J oshi

Region Wise Year wise Status of Pending Progress Reports (all reports as well as mineral investigation) up to 31
st
December 2010.
Region/ Operation Mission - I Mission - II Mission - III Mission - IV Total
CRO, Nagpur - - - - -
OPM, Nagpur - - - - -
OPM, Pune - - - - -
MPCG, Bhopal - - - - -
MPCG, Jabalpur - - - - -
MPCG, Raipur - - - - -
Total - - - - -
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STATUSOFNGCMREPORTSASON31
ST
DECEMBER2010

Status of report
Sl.no FS Item code Authors TS No.
Progress report Interim report Final
report
OP : Maharastra, Nagpur
55P/5
(Total 212
samples)
Circulated in Feb. 2010
with 29 elements
Total 32 element data
received. ICPMS data of 93
samples received.
1 2003-04
2004-05

Geochemical mapping in TS nos. 55P/5 & 9
in parts of Nagpur and Bhandara districts,
Maharashtra.

GCM/CR/MH/2003/022
A. Bhattacharya
G. Bhattacharya,

55P/9
(Total 199
samples)
-- Total 58 elements, ICPMS
data received and send to
authors on 12.04.2010. Data.
incorporation and
interpretation is in process.

55P/13
(Total 184
samples)
Circulated in Feb. 2010
with 29 elements
Total 31 elements. ICPMS
data received for 69
elements.
2 2005-06
2006-07

Geochemical mapping in TS. Nos.
55P/13 & 14 in parts of Bhandara
district, Maharashtra.
GCM/CR/MH/2005/008
Bidisha Gupta
A. Meshram
A. Nirwan
A.C. Bansod
55P/14
(Total 200
samples)
-- Total 31 elements. ICPMS
data not received

55P/10
(Total 200
samples)
Report circulated on
30.09.2010
Total 31 elements. ICPMS
data not received
3 2007-08
2008-09

Geochemical mapping in TS nos. 55P/10 &
11 in parts of Chandrapur district,
Maharashtra.

GCM/CR/MH/2007/015
P.P. Kalpande
A.C. Bansod
55P/11
(Total 200
samples)
-- Total 30 elements. ICPMS
data not received

OP : Maharastra, Pune
4 2002-03
Geochemical mapping in TS no. 47H/12,
Sindhudurg district, Maharashtra.
GCM/CR/MH/2002/2003/014

M.S. Bodas 47H/12
(Total 171
samples)


Circulated in Feb. 2010
with 29 elements
Total 58 elements. Interim
report submitted on
23/11/2010. Scrutinised by
DDG. Under modification
and circulation with author.

5# 2002-03
2003-04
2004-05

Geochemical mapping of TS nos. 47J /1
& 5, Pune district, Maharashtra.

A. B. Sable
R. Snop
Mukul Kishore
47J /5
(Total 180
samples)

Circulated in Feb. 2010
with 29 elements
Total 58 elements. Interim
report submitted on
08/11/2010. Scrutinised by
DDG. Under modification.

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GCM/CR/MH/2002/015

47J /1
(Total 212
samples)

Circulated in Feb. 2010
with 29 elements
Total 58 elements, ICPMS
data received and send to
authors on 12.04.2010. Under
finalization.

6 2005-06
2006-07
Geochemical mapping of TS no. 47J /2., Pune
district.

GCM/CR/MH/2005/012
Mukul Kishore 47J /2
(Total 211
samples)

Circulated in Feb. 2010
with 29 elements
Total 53 elements, ICPMS
data received and send to
authors on 30.06.2010. Under
modification by PSS, Pune .

47J /6
(Total 207
samples)


Circulated in Dec. 2010
with 29 elements
Total 31 elements. ICPMS
data not received
7 2007-08
2008-09

Geochemical mapping of TS nos. 47J /6 & 7,
Pune district.

GCM/CR/MH/2007/016
H.Athawale
Mukul Kishore
S.S.
Shivashankaran

47J /7
(Total 26
samples)
-- Total 31 elements. ICPMS
data not received

Op: MPCG, Bhopal
55G/ 10
(Total 209
samples)
Circulated in Feb. 2010
with 29 elements
Total 31 elements. ICPMS
data not received
8 2004-05
2005-06


Geochemical mapping in parts of Betul
district, (TS no. 55G/10 & 14)

GCM/CR/MPCG/2004/015
U.Chakraborty &
Esakimuthu
55G/14
(Total 209
samples)
Circulated in Feb. 2010
with 29 elements.
Total 35 elements. ICPMS
data not received

55G/1
(Total 201
samples)
Circulated in Feb. 2010
with 29 elements

Total 31 elements. ICPMS
data not received
9 2006-07
2007-08
Geochemical mapping in parts of Betul
district, MP.
GCM/CR/MPCG/2006/025
K.N.Sinha &
T. Esakkimuthu
L.L.
Vishwakarma,
U. Chakraborty
55G/5
(Total 198
samples)
Circulated in Feb. 2010
with 29 elements.
Total 31 elements. ICPMS
data not received

Op:MPCG, Raipur
64K/11
(Total 203
samples)
Circulated in Feb. 2010
with 29 elements
Total 58 elements, ICPMS
data (K/11) received and
send to authors on
12.04.2010. Data up graded
for interim report.
10 2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06

Geochemical mapping in Sonakhan
granite greenstone belt, Mahasamund
district, CG.
(Ts. No. 64K/11 & 15)
GCM/CR/MPCG/2000/032

2003-04 Program was kept in abeyance.
G. Roy
M.S. Subramani
Y. Pandey
I.D. Ashiya
S.C. Kesari
K. Patel
64K/15
(Total 197
samples)
Circulated in Feb. 2010
with 29 elements.
Total 31 elements. ICPMS
data not received


11 2006-07
2007-08
Geochemical mapping in Sonakhan granite
greenstone belt, Raipur and Mahasamund
district, CG.
S.C. Kesari & K.
Patel
M.C, Patel & V.
64K/10
(Total 204
samples)
Circulated in Feb. 2010
with 29 elements.
Total 31 elements. ICPMS
data not received

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(Ts. No. 64K/10 & 14)
GCM/CR/MPCG/2006/032
Rajaiya 64K/14
(Total 199
samples)
Circulated in Feb. 2010
with 29 elements.
Total 31 elements. ICPMS
data not received

OP; MPCG, Jabalpur
55M/4
(Total 200
samples)

Circulated in April
2009 with 29 elements.
Total 58 elements, ICPMS
data received and send to
authors on 12.04.2010.
Under data incorporation and
interpretation.
12 2002-03
2003-04
Geochemical mapping in parts of
Mahakoshal, Jabalpur districts, MP.
(Ts. No. 55M/4 & 8)

GCM/CR/MPCG/2002/018
J eo J oseph & S.
Bhattacharya
55M/8
(Total 200
samples)

Circulated in April
2009 with 29 elements.
Total 58 elements, ICPMS
data received and send to
authors. Under data
incorporation and
interpretation.

55M/12
(Total 212
samples)

Circulated in April
2009 with 29 elements.
Total 54 elements. ICPMS
data received and send to
authors on 12.04.2010.
Under data incorporation and
interpretation.
13 2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
Geochemical mapping in parts of
Mahakoshal, Jabalpur districts, MP. (TS.
Nos. 55M/8, 12 & 15)

GCM/CR/MPCG/2004/019
J eo J oseph,
R. K.Singhai,
A.K. Dawande
55M/15
(Total 210
samples)

Circulated in April
2009 with 29 elements.
Total 54 elements. ICPMS
data received and send to
authors. Under data
incorporation and
interpretation.

14 2007-08
2008-09

Geochemical mapping in TS no. 55
M/14 in parts of Mahakoshal and
Vindhyan J abalpur, Katni and Damoh
districts, MP.
GCM/CR/MPCG/2007/025
A.K. Dawande 55M/14
(Total 217
samples)

Report circulated on
30.09.2010
Total 30 elements. ICPMS
data not received


INTERIMNGCMREPORTSFINALIZED

Sl.no FS Division / Project Title / Item code Authors TS No. Date of
submission of
report
Remarks
1 2001-02 Op : MPCG, GSI, J abalpur A report on the orientation level
Geochemical mapping in Kotma-
Bamni area, Shahdol district, MP

Item was taken on orientation basis.
R.K. Singhai
Bibhas Sen
64 E/16

01/11/2010 Under uploading on
portal.
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114
2 2002-03
2003-04

Op : MPCG, GSI, Bhopal
A report on Geochemical mapping
in TS nos. 55G/9 & 13 in parts of
Betul district, MP.
GCM/CR/MPCG/2002/2004/017
U.Chakraborty
T. Esakimuthu
55G/9
55G/13

25/11/2010 Under uploading on
portal.


MIREPORTSUNFCCOMPLIANCE

As on 31-12-2010, 31 Reports (asper the time line provided to MoM) have been made UNFC compliant and the also necessary
note added in the already uploaded reports.

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Annexure - 9
STATUS OF UPLOADING IN GSI PORTAL UP TO 31
st
DECEMBER 2010

Sl.
No.
Component Data
universe
(total
volume
of data)
Achievement
during F.S.
2008-09
Target
10/09 -
12/09
Achievement
during F.S.
10/09 12/09
Target
1/10 to
06/10
Achievement
during
January to
June 2010
Total
(Cumulative
Achievement
) upto
30.06.10
Achieveme
nt during
F.S. 7/10
9/10
Achievement
during F.S.
10/10 12/10
Remarks
Uploading of
Legacy FSP and
Extended
abstract (EA)
(w.e.f. July,09)
FSP 21 vol. 3 vol. 3 vol. 4 vol. 6 vol. 8 vol. 15 vol. 4 62 FSP items Out of 2 parts of
1988-1989,
Maharashtra part
completed and MP
part continuing
1
EA 21 vol. 3 vol. 3 vol. 4 vol. 6 vol. 8 vol. 15 vol. 4 90 extended
abstracts
Out of 2 parts of
1988-1989,
Maharashtra part
completed and MP
part continuing
2 Metadata of
unpublished
reports *
4251 838 750 2383 951 921 4142 with
abstracts
Completed
and target
achieved

3 Actual
unpublished
reports
post-2004
***
A 176 (Old)
208
(Revised)

Rerevised
target
220
19 30 52 30 137 208 12



re-revised
target of
220
achieved
A Metadata
uploading
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116
B 145

Rerevised
target
163
9 27 37 19 98 144 19


re-revised
target of
163
achieved
BComplete report
uploading
4 Actual
unpublished
reports pre-2004
keying(Digoitali
zation) ** no. to
be uploaded as
per new
dissemination
policy dt.
5.6.2009
2308 - - Work order
given to
vendor on
16-12-09
906
reports
906 293 899 369
*** 601 repports
delivered in CDs
approx 26% of
total
5 Transcription
and uploading
of metadata of
reports (new
generated
reports upto
2008-2009)
49 18
6 Uploading of
complete reports
(new generated
reports upto
2008-2009)
60 21
7 Uploading of
complete reports
Pre-2004 ##
1100 32 ( 28 +4 from
Bhopal office)



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Annexure 9 Continued


Sl.
No.
Component Data
universe
(total volume
of data)
Achievement
during F.S. 2008-
09
Target
10/09 -
12/09
Achievement
during F.S. 10/09
12/09
Target 1/10
to 06/10
Achievement
during J anuary to
September 2010
Total (Cumulative
Achievement)
up to 31.12.10
Remarks
8 1:50,000 geological
maps for map service
1069 528 210 336 210 191 1071 Completed.
9 Marine maps:
(a) EEZ TW
-------- NA-------
10 Coal exploration block
maps (1:10000)

Pay roll data ( no. or
records of employees)
758 --- 758 758 --- --- 758 ---
HRMIS
Group A 152 (BD) --- --- --- --- 152 (BD) 152 (BD) ---
Group B 19 (BD) --- --- --- --- 19 (BD) 19 (BD) ---
11
Group C including
NG
Gr. B)
587 (BD) --- --- --- --- 587 (BD) 587 (BD) ---
12 Photographs for photo
gallery
200 Nil Nil Nil Nil 109 455 ---
13 Published papers maps
GQM 108 105 Nil Nil Nil Nil --- ---
DRM 85 85 --- --- --- --- --- ---
MBM 14 14 --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMSR --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
Entire India Maps --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Marine maps --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
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Case Studies of Central Region


Sl.
No.
Theme Title Contributed by
1

Sonakhan Granite Greenstone Belt Dr. M.P. Chawade
2

KEN-BETWA LINK PROJ ECT A CASE
STUDY
Shri R.L. Sahu
3

INDIRA SAGAR PROJ ECT, KHANDWA
DISTRICT, MADHYA PRADESH
Shri R.L. Sahu
4

Case study of Muariya Zn-Pb-Cu deposit,
Betul district, Madhya Pradesh
Shri H.S. Shrivastava & M.N. Praveen
5

Environmental Geochemical Mapping in
Bhilwara area
Shri Benudhar Behera, Op.Rajasthan
6

REE (RARE EARTH ELEMENTS)
ABUNDANCE IN KIMBERLITE SPECIFIC
INDICATOR MINERALS OF
DIAMONDIFEROUS & BARREN
KIMBERLITES ARE FOUND TO BE
USEFUL GEOCHEMICAL TOOL IN
DIAMOND EXPLORATION
Shri R.S.Bains, Shri K.Sashidharan and Shri
P.K.Raut
7

GOLD MINERALISATION IN SAKOLI
FOLD BELT
Shri K.Sashidharan, Director (G), Operation
Maharashtra,
8

Geothermal Exploration at Tatapani
Geothermal Field, Surguja
District
Shri P.B. Sarolkar

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9

Presliminary assessment of tectonics-climate
interaction in Tapi Basin of Central India
Dr. Snigdha Ghatak, Mriganka Ghatak
10

Pench Diversion Project, Chhindwara District,
Madhya
Pradesh, A case study
Shri M.P.Srivastava, Shri Gautam Saha &
Shri M.V. Dhakate, Engineering Geology
Division,
11

LONAR CRATER- A GEOLOGICAL AND
ECOLOGICAL ENIGMA
Dr. M. Bodas, Shri B. Sen & Shri K.K.K.
Nair
12

Deccan Continental Flood Basalts Eruption
triggered end Cretaceousearly Palaeocene
Floral Change: evidence from the Indian
subcontinent - a Case Study from Nand-
Dongargaon Basin
Dr. D.M.Mohabey and Shri Bandana Samant
13

INFORMATION ABOUT REGIONAL
DRILL CORE REPOSITORY
Shri V.K. Khadse, Sr. Geologist
14

Revealing diet of Sauropod Dinosaurs: a
global contribution from India
Dr. D.M.Mohabey
15

SEISMIC HAZARD AND RISK
MICROZONATION OF J ABALPUR
URBAN AREA, MADHYA PRADESH
Opn.MP,CR.Nagpur
16

Conservation of Bhimbetka rock shelters,
Raisen district, Madhya Pradesh
Proj;ASI,CR,Nagpur
17

Conservation of Buddhist Caves at
Aurangabad, Maharashtra
Proj;ASI,CR,Nagpur
18

Mala Devi J ain temple at Gyraspur Proj;ASI,CR,Nagpur
19

Pitalkhora caves, Aurangabad, Maharashtra Proj;ASI,CR,Nagpur
20

J ain monuments around Gwalior fort Proj;ASI,CR,Nagpur
21

Multidisciplinary Geoscientific Studies for the
conservation of Ajanta Caves
Proj;ASI,CR,Nagpur
22

Multidisciplinary Geoscientific Studies for the
conservation of Ellora Caves
Proj;ASI,CR,Nagpur

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Annexure 10

TOTALSTRENGTHGROUP"B"NG&"C"Ministrial TOTALSTRENGTHGROUP"B"NG&"C"Technical
SlNo. Designation Sanction
Strength
Filled SlNo. Designation Sanction
Strength
Filled SlNo. Designation Sanction
Strength
Filled
1 Cost Accountant 1 0 GEOLOGY STREAM
TRANSPORT
STREAM
2 Superintendent 12 12 1 STA (Geology) 12 1 31 Driver Spl. Grade 9 9
3 Assistant 36 35 2 J TA (Geology) 13 1 32 Driver Gr.I 66 61
4
Upper Division
Clerk 50 47 3 Lab. Asstt(Geol) Gr-I 3 3 33 Driver Gr.II 57 7
5
Lower Division
Clerk 46 12 4 Lab. Asstt(Geol) Gr-II 2 2 34 Driver Ord.Gr. 56 8
6 Store Suptd.(Tech.) 4 3 5 Lab. Asstt(Geol) Gr-III 10 4 DRILLING STREAM
7
Store Keeper
(Tech.) 9 7
SCULPTURE
STREAM 35 STA (Drilling) 7 2
8
Asstt.Store Keeper
(Tech.) 8 1 6 J TA (Geol. Sculpture) 1 0 36 J TA (Drilling) 18 10
9 Store Clerk 7 0 CHEMICAL STREAM 37 Drilling Asstt. 25 25
10 Steno Gr.I 8 8 7 STA (Chem.) 11 3 38
Lab.
Asstt(Drilling)Gr-III 42 0
11 Steno Gr.II 12 10 8 J TA (Chem) 12 1
DRAWING
STREAM
12 Steno Gr.III 9 0 9 Lab.Asstt. (Chem) Gr-I 1 1 39 STA (Drawing) 5 7
13
Lib. Information
Asstt. 16 3 10
Lab.Asstt. (Chem) Gr-
II 2 2 40 J TA (Drawing)** 34 29
14 Gest. Operator 6 2 11 Lab.Asstt.(Chem)Gr-III 5 3 41 Draftsman 0 0
15 Accountant 2 2
GEOPHYSICAL
STREAM 42 Map Mounter (Sr.) 2 0
16 Sr. Hindi Translator 1 1 12 STA (Geo.Phy.) 3 0 43 Map Mounter 0 0
17 J r. Hindi Translator 5 2 13 STA (Geophy. W/s) 3 1 44 STA (Photo) 1 1
18 Store Attendent 3 1 14 J TA (Geophy.W/s) 10 0 45 J TA (Photo) 2 0
Total 235 146 15
Lab.Asstt.(Geophy
W/S) Gr.I 0 0 46 Photographer 1 0

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16
Lab.Asstt.(Geophy
W/S) Gr.II 2 1 47 T.A.(Publication) 1 0
17
Mechanic
(Geophysics W/s) 4 0 48 Electrician 1 0
18 Tech.Asstt.(Blasting) 1 1 Total 327 159
SURVEY STREAM
19 STA (Survey) 8 8
20 J TA (Survey) 7 6
21 Surveyor 10 0

MECHANICAL
STREAM
22 Foreman (Sr.) 5 1
23 Foreman (J r.) 8 4
24 Head Mechanic 34 18
25 Mechanic 39 0
26 Foreman (Carpen.) 1 0
27 Sr. Carpenter 3 0
28 Carpenter 6 0
29 Painter Polisher 2 1
30 Lab. Asstt.(W/S)Gr-III 13 4
Total 231 66


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SlNo.

Designation Sanction
Strength
Filled
1

Technical
Attendent

(i)
Tech. Helper
(Promotional post)
43
26

(ii)
Label Writer
(Direct Rectt. Post)
9
6

(iii)
Mistry Painter
(Direct Rectt. Post)
1
1

(iv) Cleaner
(Direct Rectt. Post)
95
42
2

Binder
(Direct Rectt. Post)
2
2
3

Duftry
(Promotional Post)
15
0
4

J amadar
(Promotional Post)
4
1
5

Messenger
(Direct Rectt. Post)
82
14
6

Durwan
(Direct Rectt. Post)
94
46
7

Safaiwala
(Direct Rectt. Post)
29
16
8

Mali
(Direct Rectt. Post)
3
2
Total 377 156


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TOTALSTRENGTHGROUP"A"GAZZETTEDASON01.01.2011
Designation CRO
OPM,
Nagpur OPM,Pune
MP&CG,
Bhopal
MP&CG,
Jablpur
MP&CG,
Raipur Total
Dy.DirectorGeneral 0 1 0 1 0 0 2
Director(G) 12 0 1 0 0 13
SuptdgGeologist 9 2 3 5 1 1 21
Sr.Geologist 34 9 6 8 3 6 66
Geologist 11 8 4 12 7 9 51
Director(Chem) 2 2
SuptdgChemist 1 1 2
Sr.Chemist 2 2
Chemist 12 2 1 15
Director(GP) 1 1
SuptdgGeophysicist 0
Sr.Geophysicist 2 1 3
Geophysicist 9 9
Director(GP)(Instt) 1 1
Suptdg.Geop,Instt) 0 0
Sr.Geophysicist(Instt) 0 0
Geophysicist(Instt) 2 2
Sr.Minerologist 0 0
Minerologist 3 3
Suptdg.Engineer 1 1
EE(NFJAG) 1 1
EE 3 3
Asst.EE 5 5
RAO 1 1
AO,GrI 0 0
204
111 20 17 28 12 16 204
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TOTALSTRENGTHGROUP"B"GAZZETTEDASON01.01.2011
Designation CRO
OPM,
Nagpur
OPM,
Pune
MP&CG,
Bhopal
MP&CG,
Jablpur
MP&CG,
Raipur Total
AssttGeologist 0 0
AssttChemist 1 1
Asstt.Geophysicist 1 1
Asstt.Geophysicist(Instt) 2 2
Asstt.Minerologist 0 0
AEGrI 6 6
AO,GrII 4 0 1 5
PS 1 1
Artist 1 1
HindiOfficer 1 1
StoresOfficer 3 3
StoresManager 2 2
OfficerSurveyor 2 2
25
24 0 0 0 0 1 25



























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Annexure 11
Status of Major Purchases for the financial year 2010-11 ( as on 03.01.11)

Sl.No
.
Description Amount
In lakhs
Remarks
1 ICP-MS instrument

74.00 Shipment arrived at Mumbai Airport and is
under clearance.
2 Platinum Crucibles 100.00 Retendering through News papers.
3 MEQ with short period sensor,
CR, GSI
53.50 Material received by the Indentor :
Geophysics (Instrumentation ) on 11.11.10.
Installation, Commissioning along with
training is completed on 16.12.10.
4 AAS with GRA &
HGA(Varian), CR, GSI
32.00 Material was delivered to the indentor :
Chemical Division and installation is
completed.
5 Microscope(Polarised,
Binocular), for GS, J abalpur
11.00 Successfully installed at J abalpur.
6 AAS Spares 10.00 Material was delivered to the indentor :
Chemical Division .
7 SEM Spares, Palaeontology ,
CR
9.00 Material was delivered to the indentor :
Paleontology Division .
8 Digital XRD 85.00 Price bid opened on 14.10.2010. The firm has
extended the validty of the bid upto 3 months
i.e. 31.03.2011.
9 Differential Thermal Analyzer 20.00 The revised procurement indent submitted on
21.10.2010 by the indenting Division. The file
is with Sr. PAC. ( Shifted to 2011-12)
10 Ball Mill, Pulveriser etc. 19.20 The material installed. Inspected
on12.10.2010.
11 Isodynamic separator 20.00 File is with Indentor for clarification ( Shifted
to 2011-12)
12 Drilling Machine with high
capacity
18.43 P.O. Placed on 24.08.2010with due date on
28.02.2011.
13 Brunton Compass (50 Nos. ) 7.50 Tenders received . File with Tender
evaluation Committee for advice & the
Committee called for demonstration of the
Equipments on 15.11.2010.
14 Geological Hammer (50 Nos.
),
3.44 Material received and inspected.
15 Digital Camera ( 20 Nos. ,
Petro., CR
3.00 Modified indent received and is under Tender
Enquiry.
16 GPS (20 Nos. )
Petro., CR
11.52 P.O placed . The firm has requested for
extension of delivery date.
17 ICP-AES Spares(Match Box,
RF Generator )
9.15 P.O. confirmation received from the firm on
03.09.10. Ready for opening of LC. Funds
required.
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Modernization Equipment projection for the year 2010-11 ( As on 03.01.2011)

Sl.No. Description Quantity Estimated
cost in lakhs
Status
1. Drilling Machine with
high capacity 1000m or
above
1 Unit 18.43 P.O. Placed on
24.08.2010with due date
on 28.02.2011.
2. AAS with GTA & GHA 1 Unit. 32.00 Material was delivered
to the indentor :
Chemical Division and
installation is completed.
3. MEQ with short period
sensor
5 Nos. 53.50 Material received by the
Indentor : Geophysics
(Instrumentation ) on
11.11.10. Installation,
Commissioning along
with training is
completed on 16.12.10.


Status of Camp Equipments :

Sl.No. Description Quantity Estimated
cost in lakhs
Status
1. Water Bottles
G. I. Bucket
G.I. Water Drum
G.I. Stn. Box
Hunter Shoes
Hurricane Lantern
50 Nos.
50 Nos.
25 Nos.
25 Nos.
25 Nos.
50 Nos.
1.05 Order placed. Material
yet to be received.

Status of Field Equipments / Computers

Sl.
No.
Description Quantity Estimate
d cost in
lakhs
Status
1 Brunton Compass 50 Nos. 7.50 Tenders received . File with Tender
evaluation Committee for advice &
the Committee called for
demonstration of the Equipments on
15.11.2010.
2 Geological
Hammer
50 Nos. 3.44 Material received and inspected.
3 Digital Camera 20 Nos. 3.00 Modified indent received and is under
Tender Enquiry.
4 GPS 20 Nos. 11.52 P.O placed. The firm has requested
for extension of delivery date.
5. Computers 19 Ns. 6.15 File with Sr. TAC.

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GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA, CENTRAL REGION, NAGPUR.
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT PLAN FOR 2011-12 ( As on 3.01.2011)
Sl.
No
Description of stores Quantity Estimated
cost in
Lakhs
Present status
1
Differential Thermal Analyzer
1 No. 20.00
The revised procurement indent
submitted on 21.10.2010 by the
indenting Division. The file is with
Sr. PAC. ( Shifted from 2010-11)
2
Isodynamic separator
1 No. 20.00
File is with Indentor for clarification
( Shifted from 2011-12)
3 Gem Testing equipments, Petrology,
CR.
3 20.76 Approved HOD on 28.04.10. Sent to CPMC
for clearance.
4 Microscopes and its accessories for
Circle Offices
-- 25.00 Proposal stage.
5 Isodynamic Separator for Circle
Offices
-- 2.0 Proposal stage.
6 Petrological Stores Digital Camera,
Brunton Compass, GPS, Geological
Hammers, Pocket Lens, Sieves etc.
-- 10.00 Proposal stage.
7 EPMA ( Petrology, CR) 1 500 Proposal with Sr.PAC for recommendation.
8 Fluid inclusion equipments, Petrology,
CR.
1 30.0 Proposal stage
9 Thermolizer, Petrology, CR 1 3.0 Proposal stage
10 Automatic point counter
Petrology, CR
1 2 Approved by HOD on 22.03.10. Under
address collection.
11 Scintelizer, Petrology, CR. 1 1 Proposal stage
12 Automatic thin section Machines,
Petrology, CR.
-- 40.00 Proposal stage.
13 Total field Magnetometer , Geo.Phy.
Inst., CR.
1 20 Proposal stage
14 Multi Electrode Resistivity Unit
Geo.Phy. Inst., CR.
1 70 Sr. PAC recommendations accepted by DDG
on 26.10.10. Procurement Indent recd on
25.12.10.
15 IP (Time Domain) Unit complete
3 KVA, Geo.Phy. Inst., CR.
1 30 Sr. PAC recommendations accepted by DDG
on 26.10.10. Procurement Indent recd on
25.12.10.
16 Advance bore hole logger unit
complete (Geophysical Instru)
1 70 Approved by HOD on 15.07.10. Sent to
CPMC for clearance.
17 BB Seismic System
Geo.Phy. Inst., CR.
1 Unit 40 Proposal stage
18 Hi temperature Muffle Furnace,
Chemical, CR
1 No. 1.5 Proposal stage
19 Ion Analyser, Chemical, CR 1 No. 1.5 Proposal stage
20 Fume Chambers, Chemical, CR 1 No . 1.0 Proposal stage
21 Schmits Hammer, for EG, Bhopal 1 1.0 Proposal stage
22 Hot Plates with temp Counters 2 KW (
1 X 2)
6 Nos. 1.2 Proposal stage.
23 Millipore Q ( Water Purification) 1 No. 4.0 Proposal stage.
24 Fume Chamber, Bhopal 1 No. 1.5 Proposal stage.

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Modernization Equipment projection for the year 2011-12 ( As on 03.01.2011)

Sl.No. Description Quantity Estimated
cost in lakhs
Status
1. ICPMS 1 Unit 74.00 Shipment arrived at
Mumbai Airport and is
under clearance.
2. Digital Camera 50 Nos. 8.00 Proposal stage
3. BB Seismic system 1 Unit 40.00 Proposal stage




























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GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA, CENTRAL REGION, NAGPUR.
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT PLAN FOR 2012-13 (As on
03.01.2011)
Sl.no. Description of stores Quantity Esti. cost
in Lakhs
Present status
1 Ground Penetrating Radar ,
Geo.Phy. Inst, CR
1 60 Proposal stage
2 Total Field Magnetometer ,
Geo.Phy. Inst, CR
1 20 Proposal stage
3 IP (Time Domain) Unit
complete 3 KVA
Geo.Phy. Inst, CR
1 30 Proposal stage
4 Physical properties measuring
instrument, MS-2 Susceptibility
meter, Thermal Demagnetizer,
Density measurement kit,
Geo.Phy. Inst, CR
1 1 00 Proposal stage
5

Microscope (Polarized
Binocular) GSI, J abalpur
1 2.0 Proposal stage
6 Microscope (Stereo zoom)
Binocular
1 4.0 Proposal stage
7 Field Microscope (Stereo zoom)
Binocular
1 1.0 Proposal stage
8 Thermolizer 1 3.0 Proposal stage
9 Automatic point counter 1 2.0 Proposal stage
10 Scintelizer 1 1.0 Proposal stage
11 Brunton compass 50 7.5 Proposal stage
12 Geological Hammer 50 2.5 Proposal stage
13 Digital Camera 20 3.0 Proposal stage
14 GPS 20 8.0 Proposal stage
15
AAS, Chemical, Nagpur & Bhopal
2 90 Proposal stage
16 Water Analysis Kit, Chemical, CR 1 2.25 Proposal stage
17
High Temperature Muffle Furnace,
Chemical, CR
1 1.5 Proposal stage
18
Electric Balances, Chemical, CR
3 2.0 Proposal stage
19 Fuming Chamber 1 No. 1.5 Proposal stage
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GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA
CENTRAL REGION
SEMINARY HILLS, NAGPUR 440006
Fax: 0712- 2511671, 2510036,

Deputy Director General, CR & Additional Charge
OP: MPCG, Bhopal
Dr K.Rajaram Office: 2510193, 2511671
M- 09422305139
Deputy Director General, OPM & Head Mission -II Dr K.Rajaram Office: 2510918
M- 09422305139

Director/Superintending Geologist HOO DDO Director Finance
OP:MPCG,
Bhopal
Shri A.B. Sabale, Director
09770002903
25003
<a.sable@gsi.gov.in>
Shri R.L.Sahu, Superintending
Geologist
09424417869
25004
<rooplal.sahu@gsi.gov.in>
Shri Hemraj Suryavanshi
Sr. Geologist
09425603674
<@gsi.gov.in>

OPMPCG,
J abalpur
Shri B. Bhaskar, Superintending
Geologist
09425157164
26001
<b.bhaskar@gsi.gov.in>
B. Bhaskar
Superintending Geologist
09425157164
26001
<b.bhaskar@gsi.gov.in>
Shri A.S. Khan
Sr. Geologist
09827204536
26002
<a.khan@gsi.gov.in

OPMPCG,
Raipur
Shri A.M. Mohanty
Director
9993682044/09937169627
27002<a.mohanty@gsi.gov.in>

Shri G. Roy Sr. Geologist
09425511018
27005
<g.roy@gsi.gov.in>
Shri B. B. Likhare
07697764771
<b.likhar@gsi.gov.im>

Op. MH. Pune
Shri Amarjeet Singh Gill, Director
09049942184
28002
<Eshwara@gsi.gov. main.com>
J .K. Shrivastava
Sr. Geologist
09158889077
28007
<j.shrivastava@gsi.gov.in>

Shri J .K. Shrivastava. Sr.
Geologist
09158889077
28007

OP. Mah.
Nagpur
Shri Koteshwar Rao
Supdt. Geologist
9503163641
04028
<k.rao@gsi.gov.in>
Shri K. C. Mahapatra
Sr. Geologist
9422112460
04030
<k.mahapatra@gsi.gov.in>
Shri A.B. Chatterjee
09423637243
<a.chatterjee6@gsi.gov.in
>


CR
Nagpur
Shri M.Mohan, Director PSS
9423686547
04003
<m.mohan@gsi.gov.in>
Shri G.Gonnade
Superintendent Geologist
9766497054
04035
<g.gonnade@gsi.gov.in>
Shri P. K. Shinde
9028323896
<p.shinde@gsi.gov.in>
Shri P. K. Mondal,
Director
09422308658
04048
prabir.mondal@gsi.gov.in