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Sustainable Mining Summit

  • “Mining with Mind – key to Sustainability in the sector” : Dr. Tapan Kumar Chand
  • “Mining sector’s contribution towards economic growth is all set to grow from 2.5% to 5%” : Dr. Tapan Kumar Chand
  • “Mining will be on roll if people are on board” : Dr. Tapan Kumar Chand

Bhubaneswar, 11.04.2019 : “India, endowed with 90 major and minor minerals, is all set to increase its GDP from 2.67 trillion dollar to 5.00 trillion dollar in next 5 years. In such a situation, the mining sector should gear up to enhance its contribution towards the economic growth of the country. With new technologies – 3-D Painting, 3-D Mapping, Simulation Modeling, use of drones etc., along with innovation and sustainable approaches towards mining, will increase its contribution towards national economy from the current 2.5% to 5% of GDP in next 10 years,” said Dr. Tapan Kumar Chand, CMD, NALCO, while addressing the inaugural session of the Sustainable Mining Summit, held here today, organized by Federation of Indian Mineral Industries (FIMI), in association with SMI India and PTPL. Dr. Chand, in his address, stressed on mining with mind to attain sustainable development. “The focus of the time should be on optimal mining, along with implementing concepts like Net Zero Mining, Scientific Mining and People’s Engagement,” added Dr. Chand. He also stressed on the inclusion of representatives from industries and mining sector in the utilization of the District Mineral Funds, which would further the development of the mining areas.

Shri Sanjeev Chopra, Principal Secretary, Ministry of Industries, Govt. of Odisha and Chairman, Odisha Mining Corporation, graced the occasion as Chief Guest and urged the industries to act as good corporate citizens. In his address, he also sought for a collaboration between the Central Government, State Government and the Mining Industries to achieve the goal of sustainable mining.

Among others, Shri Sunil Duggal, President, FIMI, Shri R.L. Mohanty, Vice President, FIMI and Shri R.P. Sharma, Secretary General, FIMI spoke on the occasion.