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NAGALAND STATE MINERAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LIMITED

Nagaland : Kohima

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NAGALAND STATE MINERAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LIMITED

 

Manual  -  I

Particulars of the Organisation,  Functions and Duties

History and background of the Organisation.

                    Nagaland, a small State is located in the extreme east of the Country, sharing about 192 km International Border with Myanmar and as such placed in a vital strategic location. Nagaland is richly endowed with a variety of minerals.

                    The State Government desires to exploit the rich minerals to enhance the economic status of the state with a view to uplift the living condition of the rural people where rich mineral deposits are available.  With this objective, Nagaland State Mineral Development Corporation Limited (NSMDC), fully owned by the State Government was set up by the Government of Nagaland and incorporated in May, 1981 under the Companies Act, 1956 and started functioning from 1983.
 
2.  Aims and Objectives

  1. Initiating commercial exploitation of limestone, coal and other mineral deposits
  2. Promoting, establishing and developing economic activities in mines and mineral based industries.

 

     The successive Plan have been formulated with the basic aim to promote and facilitate mineral based industries in the State for economic growth as well as for generation of employment opportunities. The investments will also be justified by cost benefit analysis. The planning strategies are focused to achieve the following objectives:

  1. Development of infrastructures such as construction and up-gradation of mineral link roads and improvement of power in collaboration with the nodal department.
  2. Initiation of mineral-based industries by facilitating and involving the people/private sector with technical guidance and assistance from the Government through the Corporation so as to generate economic growth and employment with full justification in quantified terms.
  3. To enter into Profit sharing ventures with private Companies in various limestone and other mineral based projects.

3.  Missions/Visions         :    Mission  - To harness the potential of  the  mineral reserves for upliftment of the economic status of the people of Nagaland .

                                              Vision – To industrialise the rich mineral deposit areas and convert the areas to commercial hubs by opening EXIM trade with our mineral products in exchange for other imported goods to and from neighbouring and other eastern countries.

4.   Key Objectives :

  i)  To search, inspect, prospect, examine, explore, get, win, mine, quarry, work, raise, beneficiate, concentrate, acquire, dress, smelt, refine, manufacture, process, fabricate, purchase or otherwise make marketable, sell, dispose of and deal in minerals and mineral substances of every kind; and the manufacture and sale of produce obtained thereby, chemicals, compounds of metals and minerals or other materials of every kind needed for or resulting from the mining, production, purchase or processing of minerals.

 ii) To acquire by lease, licence, grant, assignment, transfer, or otherwise any grants, or concessions of any mineral fields, mines, quarries, mineral and mine contracts, works and premises from any person or persons, corporation, company, Government or local body in the /state or elsewhere.

iii)   To purchase, take on lease or in exchange or under amalgamation, licence or concession, or otherwise acquire mines, beneficiation, mineral dressing, concentration and the refining plant, lands, buildings, workshops power house plant and equipment, machinery, sidings, locos, works and any other rights and privileges or interest therein and to explore, prospect, work develop, administer, manage or control and to turn to account the same

iv)   To construct, execute, carry out, equip, improve, work, purchase or otherwise acquire, lease, develop, administer, manage, or control in the State or elsewhere, works and conveniences of all kinds which includes mines, beneficiation, mineral dressing, concentration and refining plant, quarries, ropeways, and all kinds of mineral base industries.

v)  To develop consultancy services in the field of mining, quarrying, processing, dressing, concentrating, smelting, refining and others and act as consulting engineers and metallurgists in all fields of engineering and metallurgical, mining, chemical, electrical and civil engineering including in particular the work of selling, erecting, installing, operating, maintaining and repairing all types of plant, machinery and equipment.

vi) To under-take, carry on or cause to be carried on, and assist, contribute in any form, research in all fields, of geology, mining, metallurgy and engineering in India or elsewhere and to construct, execute, carry out, equip, improve, work purchase or otherwise acquire, hire, lease, develop, administer, manage, control in India or elsewhere laboratories, technical training educational institutes, schools or college.

 A.  BASIC APPROACH/GUIDELINES TO THE ACTIVITIES/FUNCTIONS:

     The State Planning Board decided that Nagaland State Mineral Development Corporation (NSMDC) will be the main platform to initiate and promote economic activities in the mines and minerals sector, with the basic aim to promote and facilitate mineral-based industries in the State for economic growth along with increase in employment opportunities. The investments will also be justified by cost benefit analysis. The following strategies are adopted:

 

        i) Sharing of responsibilities by involving the people/private sector in achieving the goals in the plan.

       ii) Disinvestment and privatization of existing ventures.

      iii) Promotion of mineral-based industries by facilitating the people/private entrepreneurs to exercise their individual/collective initiatives with requisite technical guidance and assistance from the Government through the Corporation.

     iv)  To bring up the existing units quickly up to profitable operation to make them attractive for eventual disinvestment and privatization.

      v) The possible viable mineral-based industries to be identified and promote/facilitate so as to  generate economic growth and employment with full justification in quantified terms or in terms of cost benefit analysis.
         

B.  STATUS OF MINERAL RESERVES IN THE STATE :

          Nagaland is endowed with substantial deposits of various minerals which when properly explored and exploited will give a boost to the economy of the State. The main established mineral reserves comprise of  (i) Petroleum & Natural Gas (prognosticated reserve of 600 million tonnes), (ii) Limestone & Marble (inferred reserve of 1000 million tonnes), (iii) Magnetite with Nickel, Cobalt and Chromium (5 million tonnes proved so far), (iv) Coal (inferred reserve of 50 million tonnes), (v) rich deposits of varieties of Decorative & Dimensional Stones and (vi) Other associated metals like Zinc, Molybdenum & other possible precious metals such as Gold and Platinum groups (within ophiolites and metasediments) in the eastern parts of Phek, Kiphire and Tuensang districts.

C. APPROACH AND STRATEGIES :

      The approach and strategies adopted in respect of NSMDC as approved by the State Planning Board are as follows :
1.     The existing units should be quickly brought up to profitable operation to make them attractive for eventual disinvestment and privatization.

  1. The possible viable mineral based industries to be identified and promoted by involving the people/private entrepreneurs so as to generate economic growth and employment with full justifications in terms of cost benefit analysis and economic viability.
  2. NSMDC to steadily change over from being a direct production agency to become a facilitating (including consultancy) and channeling agency for rapid establishment of viable mineral-based industries in the State from the Eleventh Plan onwards, availing Negotiated Loans from LICI and other Financial Institutions wherever possible, for which the following steps are to be taken by the Corporation:

  (i) Provide technical information on the potential of minerals to the people,
 (ii)   Provide technical expertise including drawing up of appropriate Project Reports for exploiting such resources,
(iii)   Provide guidance to tie up with other enterprises outside the State for marketing including collaborations for exploitation of minerals,
(iv)   Guide and provide avenues for funding, specially Institutional finance, to the entrepreneurs,
       (v)  The possibility of NSMDC becoming a Financing Agency to be examined in this respect,

       (vi) Examine the possibilities of disinvesting and privatizing or collaborating with private entrepreneurs in the present projects,
(vii) Training and capacity building of not only the Department personnel but also of the people as another important strategy,
(viii) Intensive co-ordination with other related Departments to ensure that necessary infrastructures are in place to exploit the mineral wealth of the State. In particular, co-ordination with the Rural Development Department to harness the potentials of the VDBs as producers or production agents for the ‘people oriented mineral development programmes’ and
(ix)   Explore the means of laying down the framework for export of mineral resources specially the Limestone and Decorative Stones to South East Asian Countries.
 
4.    To enter into Joint Venturing arrangements with Oil Companies for exploration and    exploitation of oil resources in the State.

 

d. Identified viable mineral-based industries :

1. Limestone Based Industries : Apart from the operationalisation of the  expanded Wazeho Cement Plant, the following projects have been identified based on the huge reserves of more than 1000 million tonnes of chemical grade limestone in the ‘Nimi Limestone Belt’ of Eastern Nagaland bordering Myanmar :
       i) Export Oriented Unit Project of  3000 TPD (1 MTPA) Cement Plant under private sector or joint venture at Laluri/Nimi
      ii) 200 TPD Lime Plant at Longpotrop (near Nimi).
     iii) 20 TPD Calcium Carbide Plant, Dimapur.
iv) 18 TPD Hydrated Lime and 1 TPD Bleaching Powder Plant, Dimapur.

2.  Decorative and Dimensional Stone based Industries :  Stone, one of the rich resources of the State in terms of quantity, quality and variety, is proposed  to be exploited to its full potential for use as a locally available and durable raw material in the building industry. Some deposits which abound are Marble, Gabbro, Spilite, Sandstone, Slate, etc. Besides promoting the two existing units of DDSPs the following projects will be pursued during Eleventh Plan:-

i) Small Decorative and Dimensional Projects: A “People Development Programme” (PDP) to promote and facilitate setting up of small scale units by private entrepreneurs based on local stone deposits is proposed to be continued during 11th Five Year Plan also. Project Reports have been drawn up for different stone units as deemed suited  to the local deposits and proposals are being taken up for arranging assistance from external funding agencies like UNIDO, ADB, World Bank and National Organisations like NMDFC, NSTFDC, etc. for long-term, low-interest loans  to be channelled to private entrepreneurs for this  People Development Programme. Preparatory groundworks have already been started with the help of Experts/Consultants of stone industry from Rajasthan. Financing will be routed  through and with collateral guarantee of the Village Councils/Village Development Boards as is being done in the case of the Canadian aided NEPED schemes. This scheme has the potentiality to bring about a revolution by helping local unemployed youth and bringing economic self reliance  to the people.

 

 

 

ii) Export Oriented Units :  NSMDC proposes to promote ‘export oriented units’ (E.O.U.s) in the form of medium-sized Stone Processing Plants with Gang Saws and Tiling Plants in the private sector for trading in raw minerals as well as processed products based on the huge limestone/marble and other decorative & dimensional stones in the South-eastern parts of the State.

3.  Oil & Gas and other minerals :

     Efforts to promote oil & gas production and export other precious minerals will be continued.
      i)  Oil & Natural Gas :  The State Government decided to participate in exploration and production of oil and gas through its PSU (NSMDC) and promote gas-based  petrochemical industries by facilitating private entrepreneurs to take up viable projects or undertake joint venturing with  other companies wherever required.
      ii)  Nickel-Chromium-Cobalt bearing Magnetite Project: Based on the R&D works being carried out by National Metallurgical Laboratory (NML), Jamshedpur, it is proposed to promote/facilitate a commercial project in the private sector. In case of necessity, joint venturing  with a maximum of 10% equity participation may be considered.
      iii)  Small Scale Coal Mining : In order to facilitate scientific small scale coal mining units in the private sector (to overcome the prevailing practices of ‘rat-hole mining’ by local landowners), a model small scale Coal Mining Project is proposed to be taken up in Changki/Merakyong area  to be followed by promotion of similar units in other small coalfields in the ‘Belt of Schuppen’ along the foothills in Nagaland.

4.  Mineral Industry Growth Centre :

               Nagaland has got substantial reserves of various minerals which are yet to be exploited. In order to promote tiny scale mineral and stone based industries and generate employment for the educated youths, NSMDC is to establish pilot plants which will be used as demonstration units as well as earn its maintenance costs and train intending entrepreneurs. Accordingly, NSMDC submitted a Project proposal, costing ` 8.33 crore during the period 2010-11 for establishment of a Mineral Industry Growth Centre in Kohima. State Government agreed to the proposal with some minor changes, viz:
          a)  Project cost should be contained within ` 5.00 crore, and
            b) The location of MIGC will be at the established Industrial Infrastructure Development Centre (IIDC) at Kiruphe.

           During the year 2012-2013 an amount of ` 250.00 Lac has been released for the MIGC and the following works have been completed.
          a)  Construction of 5 (five) nos. of factory building, and
          b)  Construction of first floor Single bedded double storey RCC building.

          During 2013-2014 and 2014-2015, an amount of ` 100.00 lac and ` 135.00 lac had been released to the implementing agency and balance amount of ` 15.00 lac is yet to be released. With the available money of ` 235.00 lac provided during 2013-2014 and 2014-2015, following works have been completed.
          a)  Construction of Marketing Shed (1 No.)
          b)  Construction of Retaining wall below Marketing Shed
          c)  Construction of RCC Curing Tank
          d)  Construction of Hostel Kitchen
          e)  Purchase of Furniture and Accessories for Office and Hostel Building
          f)  Renovation of Office Building (Industry Deptt. allotted building)
          g)  Construction of Dug (1 No.)
          h)  Construction of Cement Store
           i)  Construction of Office Kitchen
           j)  Construction of CNC Router control/store room and other related civil works
          k)  Installation of Transformer and power line
          l)  Purchase of Concrete hollow block making machines
           m) Purchase of tiles making machines
           n)  Purchase of Paver making machines
           o) Purchase of CNC Router and Edge Cutting machines for engraving stones and marbles
           p)  Purchase of Pickup Truck and other related machineries
    
Brief Status Report of ongoing activities :

1.  150TPD Mini Cement Plant, Wazeho :
    
                     The Expansion & Modernization of the 50 TPD Mini Cement Plant Wazeho by addition of a 100TPD Unit and also modernization of existing 50 TPD Unit was completed in May 2008. Total amount of $ 22.22 crores was invested for this Project by the State Government by availing Negotiated loan spreading out in six years from Life Insurance Corporation of India (LICI) and HUDCO.

                     The Plant was inaugurated on 28th June 2008 and trial operation was carried out which continued for more than a month. Trial operation had to be stopped because of some teething problem in Raw Mill and Kiln section, which is already replaced and  rectified. The 150TPD Cement Factory is now ready for operation of commercial production since later part of 2009.

                     As per the policy of the Government, this Factory was also to be privatized for operation and maintenance either on lease basis, or joint venture which should generate more employment opportunities, more productivity and produce better quality Cement thereby expected to give more revenue to the state Government. Accordingly, advertisement for privatization was published in National Papers and Local Papers sometime in 2006 where one Private firm from Nagpur responded. The Firm’s representative visited the Factory site thrice but backed out just before signing the M.O.U.  citing other commitments.

                     Another Private Firm from Kolkata showed interest in taking over the Factory and an M.O.U. was signed on 30th May 2008. Unfortunately, even after more than 1½ years, the Firm hardly did anything to take over the Plant. A meeting was held on 3rd February, 2010 in the Office Chamber of the Hon’ble Chief Minister wherein, all details were discussed and decided to terminate the M.O.U., so that other interested Private Companies could come in to take over the Plant.
                    
                    This was followed by another local Firm, Oking Energy Pvt. Ltd. of Kohima who offered to take over the Plant on lease basis for operation and maintenance. M.O.U. was drafted in consultation with the Firm. The draft M.O.U. after vetting by the Law Department and Finance Department has been approved by the Cabinet in November, 2011. Accordingly, Oking Energy Pvt. Ltd. was informed to visit the Plant site for verification of the Plant and Machinery before signing of the M.O.U.

                     However, after visiting the Plant site, the Firm has raised two points, which were again discussed with the Firm in the conference room of the Chief Secretary and settled. The M.O.U. was again re-submitted to the Government for approval. The Cabinet, meanwhile decided to ask for Company’s Technical Credentials for operating the Cement Plant. But Oking Energy did not give any reply and later on, informed that they were no more interested to operate the Cement Plant.

                     Meanwhile, another Private Firm – Super Ores & Mines Pvt. Ltd. from Guwahati had given their offer to take over the Plant. A draft MOU was made in consultation with the Firm’s representative and submitted to the Government for approval. But before any final decision could be taken, another company  Nagaland Cement Pvt. Ltd. (USR Group) having more interest to take over the plant at the earliest submitted their offer. M.O.U. after approval by the Government was signed on 26.08.2014. Final Agreement was to be signed on 26.02.2015 but the Firm is yet to come for signing the Agreement. The unprecedented delay in signing of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) by the USR Group has compelled NSMDC Ltd. to write a letter to the Firm on 17th May, 2016, informing them to sign the MOA within 1 (one) month, failing which the MOU which had already been signed shall automatically stand terminated without further notice.
 
2.  Decorative and Dimensional  Stone Plants :

       Two units of Decorative and Dimensional Stone Plants, one at Chümukedima in Dimapur District and the other at Wazeho, in Phek District sponsored by N.E.C. at the cost of Rs. 252.14 lakhs, had been set up and made operational since August 2001, each of the Plant has a production capacity of 200 sq.ft. of stone slabs in a day. The Plant produces Sandstone and Marble products in the form of slabs, blocks, claddings, Artifacts and Monoliths.
 
                    Two units of Excel-III type of stone cutter of small scale Decorative and Dimensional Stone Plants, had been installed at the cost of Rs.22 lakhs sponsored by Government of Nagaland under People Development Programme to impart practical training to the educated unemployed youths in stone industry were added to the above two units which started functional since 2004. So far, the Corporation had imparted 3 months in – plant training to 20 local youths for operation as well as for management of stone industries.

                    Government of Nagaland had provided $ 100.00 Lac during 2014-15 negotiated Loan from HUDCO and $ 70.00 Lac during 2015-16 under State Plan and earmarked $ 100.00 Lac during 2016-17 under State Plan, for upgradation of DDSP Wazeho. With the available money of $ 170.00 Lac provided during 2014-16 Gangsaw machine of 40 blades Gangtry Machine with accessories purchased and installation works in progress. On installation of the new machines the production capacity of the unit will enhance from the present production of 200 sq.ft. per day to 1600 sq.ft. of slab per day.

 3. Link Roads to Mineral Deposit Areas  (Roads of Economic Importance) :

                     NSMDC had taken up construction of three Mineral Link Roads, connecting three important Mineral Deposits in the State as mentioned below:

      i) The Wazeho-Satuza Road:- The Limestone Deposits at Satuza, (Phek District) is  being linked up with an 8Km Mineral Link Road from the existing Wazeho Road.

     ii) The Zipu-Moke Road:- The Black and White Marble Deposit at Moke (Phek District) is being linked up with a 9Km Mineral Link Road from the existing Akhegwo – Phokhungri/Avangkhu road at Zipu.

    iii) The Laluri-Nimi Road:- The biggest Limestone Deposit at Nimi (Kiphire District) is being linked up with a 20 Km Mineral Link road from the existing Wazeho-Laluri road at Laluri Village (Phek District).

         About 80% of the 3 (three) roads have been completed till date. The target was to complete all the three roads by the end of May 2011. The Project is financed by the Ministry of DoNER under NLCPR Scheme. These three Mineral Link Roads will facilitate further exploration and development of important Mineral deposits and establishment of mineral based industries in the State. During the course of making the three mineral link roads, it was found that the initial project report had not accounted for vast variations in the geology of the road alignments, rocks requiring blasting etc., subsequent rock and mud slides necessitating more time and money etc. The Corporation, therefore, had no option but to make a revised DPR and submit to the Ministry of DoNER for financing the escalated cost.
        The escalated cost of ` 18.76 Crore has been included in the State Priority List of Projects for funding under NLCPR (M/o DoNER) during 2015-2016.

   iv)  Construction of two RCC bridges in Nimi - Laluri mineral link road.

         Ministry of DoNER has approved for construction of two RCC  bridges in Nimi-Laluri road during 2011-12, as detailed below :
           a) Bridge across Tizu river – 100 Meter span costing   $ 1573.39 Lac
           b) Bridge across Chizuti river – 24 Meter span costing $  480.54 Lac

                     Construction of Chizuti bridge and Tizu bridge have been completed in April 2015 and formal inauguration of both the bridges was done on 12th June 2015. A revised DPR for Tizu bridge have been submitted to the Ministry by the Government of Nagaland and reply is awaited. The revised cost of the Tizu bridge submitted is ` 1878.58 Lac indicating an escalation of ` 304.69 Lac.

4.   Promotion, Facilitating, Channelising Activities :

                  NSMDC proposes to undertake effective steps to motivate and involve the people/private sector in the field of mineral exploration while strengthening itself, so as to further contribute towards the resource base and economic growth of the State. The theme will be to promote industrial activities in the private sector in the State by motivating them.

                   Further, programmes to facilitate/attract investments from outside, disinvestments/ privatization, promotion of joint ventures wherever necessary, entrepreneurship development of local educated unemployed youth, training and capacity building of the officers and staff of the Department as well as the intending  entrepreneurs, involvement of the landowners and the villagers for exploitation of the mineral resources as well as contributing necessary R&D/consultancy works and establishing funding/marketing linkages with national/international organizations shall be taken up by the Corporation. Since such works will require resources which is a constraint with NSMDC at present, the Government has already approved in principle to provide a ‘Corpus Fund’ to give a boost to the  various efforts necessary.

                    Intensive co-ordination with other related Departments such as (i) Industry, (ii) Roads & Bridges, (iii) Power, (iv) Rural Development, (v) Transport & Communication, (vi) PHE, (vii) Medical, (viii) Education, etc. is deemed essential as without the necessary infrastructure in place, the efforts to exploit the mineral wealth of the State even with the involvement of the people would become a futile exercise. Therefore, the action plan of co-ordination with other sectors will invariably form an essential part of the Departmental/Corporate action plan.

                   The Department of Geology & Mining/NSMDC has also been given the responsibility to explore the means of laying down the framework for export of our mineral resources specially the Limestone and Decorative/Dimensional Stones to South East Asian Countries.
  
PROPOSED ACTIVITIES  DURING 2016-2017

     i)   Direction and Administration.
Establishment, Personal & Human Resource development, welfare, Environment protection etc.

  ii)   Promotional  activities

          For rapid establishment of mineral-based industries in the State, actions proposed are:-

  1. Identification of viable Mineral Industries
  1. Preparation of Feasibility  report and Preparation of DPRs.

 

  1. Under Employment Generation Scheme, the Corporation will promote and facilitate in setting up of small scale Stone Crushing Units by financing 75% of the project cost.
  1. Completion and operation of the Mineral Industry Growth Centre (MIGC) at Kiruphe Village, near NH 29.

 iii)  Infrastructure Development.
      Completion of Construction of Mineral Link roads to Moke, Satuza, Nimi.
      Construction of Mineral-cum-trade route between Moke and Sutsu.

iv)  Operation and Upgradation of the Decorative Stone Plants at Chumukedima (Dimapur) and Wazeho, (Phek).

v)   Vocational Training Programme on Stone works for Tribal Youth/Rural poor/ Artisans.

vi)   Other Projects:
      New projects such as Lime, Marble projects and other mineral based industries also proposed.

 

5.  Functions and duties.

                    Nagaland  State  Mineral  Development  Corporation  Limited  (NSMDC Ltd),  (A Government of Nagaland Undertaking), an organized sector shall function for exploitation of the rich minerals and set up mineral based industries in the state to enhance the economic status of the State so as to uplift the living condition of the rural people with all the officers and staff of the Corporation shouldering equal responsibilities and duties at all levels.

Organisation structure of NSMDC 

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Manual-II

Powers & Duties of Officers & Employees:  

Powers & Duties of Officers & Employees

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Manual-III 

The procedure followed in decision making process including channels of supervision and accountability:

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Activity

Level of Action

Time Frame

1.

Policy matters

By Board of Directors

Board meeting once in
3 months (minimum)

2.

Yearly Budget Proposals

Managerial Committee of the Corporation prepare the draft.

Approve by B.O.D once in a year.

3.

Project Proposals

Managerial Committee prepare the draft.

Approve by B.O.D in any of the quarterly B.O.D meeting followed by State Planning Board.

4.

Notice Inviting Tenders
(N.I.T.)

Selection by State Level Tender committee appointed by State Government.

As and when necessity arises only

5.

Purchases

By Managerial Committee for any approved project

As and when require only

6.

Selection of Entrepreneurs  under People Development Programme (PDP)

Scrutiny, Selection and recommendation by PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME COMMITTEE (PDPC) approve by State Government.

 

As and when arises.

7.

Operation of Factories
-150TPD Cement Plant
- Decorative and Dimensional
  Stone Plants at Chümukedima
  and Wazeho.

General Manager in charge take decisions in case of Mini Cement Plant, Managers in charge of Decorative and Dimensional Stone Plants take decision in their respective plants.

 

On daily activities of the Factory Operations.

8.

Administrative Decision.
Appointment/Upgradation/ promotion

By Board of Directors.

 

As and when require.

9.

Financial Decision.
i)   Below Rs.1.00 crore
ii)  Above Rs.1.00 crore

 

i) Board of Directors.
ii)  To be approved by
     State Government.

 

As and when require.

 

 

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 Norms set for discharge of its functions:

 

NORMS    FOR    OFFICERS

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No.

Activity

Time Frame/Norms

Remarks

1

Endorsement of files to Managing Director with comments, suggestion and/or proposals.

Within one day from the time of submission of files by the subordinates

Excepting the matter which  require discussion.

2

Checking the files, re-endorsing with directions, advice, suggestion for further actions or after approval

Within the same day

All files are cleared on daily basis.

3

Drafting of correspondence letters and submission for approval by Managing Director, fair type and signing.

1–2 days

Depending upon the type of official correspondences and the datas to be included

4

Preparation of progress report, Financial Statement utilization certificates etc.

1–2

 

5

Compilation of expenditures supported by Receipts/cash memos against advances drawn for regularization. Approval by Managing Director

1(one) day

Almost daily as per the requirement.

6

Approval and signing of documents for withdrawal of C.P.F; pension, gratuity etc.

One  day

Almost daily as per requirement.

7

Signing of cheques, vouchers etc. by D.D.O.

One day

Daily as per the requirement

8

Preparation of concept papers on small projects.

1(one) week

 

9

Preparation of Estimate for one Building

(1(one) week

 

10

Preparation of Feasibility Report on small projects.

1(one) month

 

 

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NORMS FOR STAFF

Activity

Time Frame/Norms

Remarks

1.

Putting up of files for perusal, advice, direction for needful action etc.

 

1- 2 days  

 

2.

Drafting of letters as directed and fair typing after approval.

1 (one) day

 

3.

Putting up of Bills for approval

2 (two) days

 

4.

Preparation of cheques, vouchers and entering into Ledger, Cash Books etc.

2 (two) days

 

5.

Filling up of application forms and drafting of forwarding letters to Asstt. Provident Fund Commissioner Guwahati for withdrawal of C.P.F,

1 (one) day

Within one day upto 3 applications; Approval and signing by M.D. on the same day.

6.

Putting up of all type of Leave applications for approval.

1 (one) day

Upto 10 Applications

7.

Preparation of Pay Bills

3 (three) days

Once in a month

8.

Preparation of Expenditure State on each project for auditing purpose and Utilization Certificate

2 (two) days

 

 

QUALITY  NORMS   

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Activity

Time Frame/Norms

Remarks

1

Computerization:- All the Staff are compulsory to learn computer application. The Corporation Sponsors such training, followed by refreshers course from time to time.

3 months training for general computer application, 1 month training on Special application.

Staff in accounts section are trained with  special application of computer in Accounts works.

2

Typing, drawing, tabulations, drawing of graphs are all done by computer

Day to day works are to be completed on daily basis

 

3

Proof reading, corrections, re-typing, printing and signing for officer concerned.

To complete on the same day.

Some voluminous works may take 2-3 days time, which are exceptional

4

i) Preservation of all the official    records and datas in computers
ii)  All the correspondence letters are saved in computers.
iii) All the hard copies preserve in respective files.

All are part of daily activities

All the record, datas and correspondence letters are accessible or can be made available to the public.

5

Systematic Book keeping of all the accounts in the forms of Cash-Book, Ledgers, Trial balance, Payment registers, Vouchers etc.

Entries are made on day to day transactions on daily basis

 

6

All type of transactions and payment including salaries and wages, by Demand Draft and cheques (No cash payment)

Day to day transaction and payment on daily basis.

All payments to outside parties by Demand Draft, others by cheque (No cash payment).

7

Dispatching of all the correspondence letters, Reports etc. by Fax, speed Post and private couriers

Almost all the letters are first sent by Fax follow by Courier on the same day. Within Kohima, all the letters are despatched through Peons

 

8

Picking up and dropping of the Staff by a Pool Vehicle on all working days

Picking up at 9:30 hrs sharp and dropping at 16:00 hrs sharp daily

Staff reach office by 10:00hrs and leave office by 16:00 hrs.

 

NORMS    FOR    OFFICERS

Sl
No.

Activity

Time Frame/Norms

Remarks

1

Endorsement of files to Managing Director with comments, suggestion and/or proposals.

Within one day from the time of submission of files by the subordinates

Excepting the matter which  require discussion.

2

Checking the files, re-endorsing with directions, advice, suggestion for further actions or after approval

Within the same day

All files are cleared on daily basis.

3

Drafting of correspondence letters and submission for approval by Managing Director, fair type and signing.

1–2 days

Depending upon the type of official correspondences and the datas to be included

4

Preparation of progress report, Financial Statement utilization certificates etc.

1–2

 

5

Compilation of expenditures supported by Receipts/cash memos against advances drawn for regularization. Approval by Managing Director

1(one) day

Almost daily as per the requirement.

6

Approval and signing of documents for withdrawal of C.P.F; pension, gratuity etc.

One  day

Almost daily as per requirement.

7

Signing of cheques, vouchers etc. by D.D.O.

One day

Daily as per the requirement

8

Preparation of concept papers on small projects.

1(one) week

 

9

Preparation of Estimate for one Building

(1(one) week

 

10

Preparation of Feasibility Report on small projects.

1(one) month

 

 

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NORMS FOR STAFF

Activity

Time Frame/Norms

Remarks

1.

Putting up of files for perusal, advice, direction for needful action etc.

 

1- 2 days  

 

2.

Drafting of letters as directed and fair typing after approval.

1 (one) day

 

3.

Putting up of Bills for approval

2 (two) days

 

4.

Preparation of cheques, vouchers and entering into Ledger, Cash Books etc.

2 (two) days

 

5.

Filling up of application forms and drafting of forwarding letters to Asstt. Provident Fund Commissioner Guwahati for withdrawal of C.P.F,

1 (one) day

Within one day upto 3 applications; Approval and signing by M.D. on the same day.

6.

Putting up of all type of Leave applications for approval.

1 (one) day

Upto 10 Applications

7.

Preparation of Pay Bills

3 (three) days

Once in a month

8.

Preparation of Expenditure State on each project for auditing purpose and Utilization Certificate

2 (two) days

 

 

QUALITY  NORMS   

Sl
No.

Activity

Time Frame/Norms

Remarks

1

Computerization :- All the Staff are compulsory to learn computer application. The Corporation Sponsors such training,  followed by refreshers course from time to time.

3 months training for general computer application, 1 month training on Special application.

Staff in accounts section are trained with  special application of computer in Accounts works.

2

Typing, drawing, tabulations, drawing of graphs are all done by computer

Day to day works are to be completed on daily basis

 

3

Proof reading, corrections, re-typing, printing and signing for officer concerned.

To complete on the same day.

Some voluminous works may take 2-3 days time, which are exceptional

4

i) Preservation of all the official    records and datas in computers
ii)  All the correspondence letters are saved in computers.
iii) All the hard copies preserve in respective files.

All are part of daily activities

All the record, datas and correspondence letters are accessible or can be made available to the public.

5

Systematic Book keeping of all the accounts in the forms of Cash-Book, Ledgers, Trial balance, Payment registers, Vouchers etc.

Entries are made on day to day transactions on daily basis

 

6

All type of transactions and payment including salaries and wages, by Demand Draft and cheques (No cash payment)

Day to day transaction and payment on daily basis.

All payments to outside parties by Demand Draft, others by cheque (No cash payment).

7

Dispatching of all the correspondence letters, Reports etc. by Fax, speed Post and private couriers

Almost all the letters are first sent by Fax follow by Courier on the same day. Within Kohima, all the letters are despatched through Peons

 

8

Picking up and dropping of the Staff by a Pool Vehicle on all working days

Picking up at 9:30 hrs sharp and dropping at 16:00 hrs sharp daily

Staff reach office by 10:00hrs and leave office by 16:00 hrs.

 

MONITORING  AND  EVALUATION   NORMS    

Sl
No.

Activity

Time Frame/Norms

Remarks

1

Compulsory signing of attendance  Register on all working days

All the officers and Staff sign in the Attendance Register latest by 10: 00hrs.

Attendance Register for the Officers is with Managing Director and the Register for Staff is with Manager (Establishment)

2

Submission of report on unauthorized absence of the employees at the end of the month by all the Manager-in-charge of the NSMDC units every month

On the last day of the month list of absentees are being submitted to the Managing Director and thereafter the pay/wages Bills are prepared for necessary deductions.

No pay no work is strictly followed.

3

Preparation and submission of “Cash Trial” by all the units of NSMDC i.e. Mini Cement Plant, DDSP(Wazeho), and DDSP(Chumukedima) at the end of every month

Latest by 10th of the next month the Report is to be submitted

 

4

Preparation and submission of Monthly Performance/Production Report by all three production units under N.S.M.D.C.

Latest by 10th of the next month the Report reaches Head Office, Kohima

The main informations are, Production, Sale, closing Stock, Production cost Expenditure, Status of Power Supply etc.

5

Analysis of the monthly Performance Reports by the Staff concerned, observations, remark with comments, suggestion, advice etc by the Managing Director. Communicating to the Managers of the units with Managing Director’s remarks and directions.

To complete within 5 days i.e. within 15th day of the month

Managers of the units are either congratulated or warned depending upon the performance.

 

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 The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions:

 

Sl.

No.

Name of the Acts, Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual Records etc.

Type of  Document

Brief gist

of the Document

From where one can get a copy (Name/Phone No/Fax/email/ address etc.

Fee charged by the department for a copy of rules, regulations, instructions, manual & record, (if any) OR the price in case of priced publications

1.

Memorandum and Articles of Association

Booklet

-

Establishment

Shri T.Athrise

 M-9856104733

Fax: 0370- 2244749

Mineral House, Below AG Office

Tsiepfutsiepfe, Kohima.

 

Rs. 50/-

 

 

2.

 

NSMDC Service Rules, 2005

 

Booklet

 

-

 

- do -

 

Rs. 20/-

 

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 A Statement of the Categories of documents that are held by it or under its control:

                                    

Sl. No.

Name/Nature/ Category of the document

Name of the document & its introduction in one line

Procedure to obtain the document

Held by/under control of

1.

PROFILES & DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR)

1. Cement Manufacturing Technology and Lime Manufacture Technology

To apply to Managing Director

Manager(E)

2. DPR on Reconstruction of Borjan Coal Mine (Phase II)

- do -

- do -

3. Approach Note on Mineral Based Industries in Nagaland.

- do -

- do -

4. Inventory of Viable Technologies based on Resources of N.E. Region.

- do -

- do -

5. Feasibility Report on 1 Million Tonne per year Mega Cement  Plant.

- do -

- do -

6. Feasibility Report on 200TPD Lime Plant.

- do -

- do -

7. Test Report on the Lime-stones for use in the Lime burning plant.

- do -

- do -

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The particulars of any arrangement that exists for  consultation with or representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or administration :

Formulation of Policy:  Whether there is any provision to seek consultation/participation of public or its representative for formulation of policies.

Sl.

No.

Subject/Type

Is there a provision to ensure public participation (Yes)

Arrangement for seeking public participation.

1.

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for mineral based industries.

As per the norms set by Nagaland Pollution Control Board, Public opinions are taken as part of the EIA.

Meetings are organized in the concerned villages.

2.

Site selection and alignment

of roads.

Villagers are being consulted and also take their help in site selection for Factories and making of road alignment who know the  area best.

The Technical people go to the Villages, hold discussions and engage the people with the help of Village Council.

3.

Extraction of Minerals

With the consent of the Villagers, the deposit areas are either acquired or the Villagers are allowed to fix the rate of the minerals in tonnage basis.

The management team go to the villages and organize meeting with the people

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A Statement of  boards, Council, committees and other bodies constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, council, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public:

  

           There is a Board of Directors (BOD) and 4 (four) other Committees, members of which include Senior officers from NSMDC Ltd for the purpose of its  advice on technical matters  and for policy matters respectively.

Board of Directors (BOD) of NSMDC.

The Board of Directors, appointed by the State Government, include Development Commissioner, Finance  Commissioner, Commissioner & Secretary, Geology and Mining, Commissioner and Secretary, Industries  & Commerce, Director, Geology & Mining and  Managing Director NSMDC, all  by designation.  The Board is headed by a Chairman, who is generally an M.L.A. The Board has its meeting at least 4 times in a year. The Board decides all types of policy matters for the Corporation. The following are the present members of the Board of Directors:-

  1. Shri Kashiho Sangtam

Minister, Soil & Water Conservation, Geology & Mining
and Chairman, NSMDC Ltd.                                           - Chairman

2.   Shri  Sentiyanger Imchen, IAS
      Development Commissioner                                      - Board Member

3.   Shri Temjen Toy, IAS
      Finance Commissioner                                                         - Board Member      

4.   Smti Lithrongla G. Chishi, IAS
      Commissioner & Secretary, Industries & Commerce                  - Board Member                                                                 

5.   Shri Imjung M. Panger, IAS                                                 
      Commissioner & Secretary, Geology & Mining                 - Board Member

6.   Shri Wanthang Rengma
      Director, Geology & Mining                                                   - Board Member

7.   Shri Kikamanen Jamir
      Managing Director, NSMDC Ltd                                      - Member Secretary

                                     
        

 

 

 

 

 

         Departmental Promotion Committees (DPCs)

I.    Departmental Promotion Committee (DPC-I)

      1.     Shri Kashiho Sangtam
   Minister, Soil & Water Conservation, Geology & Mining
  and Chairman, NSMDC Ltd.                                                 - Presiding Officer
2.     Shri  Kikamanen Jamir,  Managing  Director                          - Member
3.     Any Senior Officers nominated by Chairman                          - Member

II.    Departmental Promotion Committee (DPC-II).

1.      Shri  Kikamanen Jamir, Managing Director                           - Presiding Officer
2.      Senior Officers nominated by Managing Director                            - Member
                                                                                 
III.     Departmental Promotion Committee (DPC- III).

1.       Shri         Kikamanen Jamir, Managing Director                            - Presiding Officer
2.          ”   R. Odimar Jamir, Dy. General Manager (F&A)               - Member
3.          ”   Albert Yanthan, Dy. General Manager (Projects)           - Member
4.          ”          Kevitsobi Savino, Dy. General Manager (Elect.)               - Member

 IV.      Managerial Committee (M.C).

1.       Shri         Kikamanen Jamir, Managing Director                            -  Chairman
2.          ”   R. Odimar Jamir, Dy. General Manager (F&A)              - Member
3.          ”   Albert Yanthan, Dy. General Manager (Projects)           - Member
4.          ”          Kevitsobi Savino, Dy. General Manager (Elect.)              - Member

 

                 Please provide information on boards, council, committees and other bodies related to the public authority in the following format:

 1.  Name and address of the Affiliated Body                     - Not applicable
 2.  Type of Affiliated Body (Board, Council, Committees,    
      Other Bodies)                                                                   - Not applicable

  1. Brief introduction of the Affiliated Body (Establishment

Year, Objective/Main Activities)                                  - Not applicable

  1. Role of the Affiliated Body (Advisory/Managing/Executive/

Others)                                                                  - Not applicable
       5. Structure and Member Composition                                      - Not applicable
       6. Head of the Body                                                     - Not applicable
       7. Address of main office and its Branches                      - Head office, Kohima
       8. Frequency of meetings                                             - 4 times in a year (Quarterly)
       9.          Whether meetings open to public ?                               - No.
      10. Whether minutes accessible to public ?                         - Yes.

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Manual-IX

Directory of its officers & employees:

Click here to view  

 

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Manual-X

 

                        The monthly remuneration received by each of its officer & employees including the system of compensation as provided in regulations:

  Click here to view for regular employees

 Click here to view for fixedemployees

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Manual-XI

 

The Budget Allocated to each Agency indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursement made:

Budget Click to read

 

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Implementation of subsidy programmes:

Not Applicable    

 

 

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 Particulars of recipient of concessions, permits or authorization granted by aid:

    

      Not Applicable    

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Manual-XIV 

Details information available to, or held by its reduced in an electronic form:

 

Sl.
No.

Name

Title of the document/record

Location where available

Other information

1

2

3

4

5

1

Right to Information Act, 2005

Voluntary Disclosures as per section 4 of RTI Act, 2005

Available in the Office during working days
 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Nil

2

Office Library

Maintaining Office Library Stock Register

-do -

-do -

3

Email

nsmdcltd@yahoo.com

-do -

-do -

4

Website

www.nsmdcltd.com

-do -

-do -

5

Printed Manual

  •  Memorandum and

     Article of Association

  •  Service Rules, 2005

iii) Brochure on Product
      range of DDSPs
iv) Annual Administrative
     Reports.

-do -

-do -

6

Notice Board

Office Orders, Circulars, Office Memorandum, Notifications etc.

-do -

-do -

7

System of issuing copies of Documents

As of now by Photostat copy

-do -

-do -

 

                       

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Facilities available to citizens for obtaining information:

Mineral House,
Head Office, below A.G. Office,
Tsiepfü - Tsiepfhe A.G. Colony,
Kohima-797001,Nagaland

Information furnished to the applicants as and when sought by the applicant(s).

During Office Working  hours from 9:30 A.M to 4:00 P.M.

Dy. General Manager (Projects) & PIO
Contact No: 9612610770

Manager (Estt.) & APIO
Contact No: 9436005465

 

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Names designations for P.I.O:

 

 

a) Departmental Appellate Authority (DDA)

Sl.
No.

Name

Designation

STD
code

Office
Phone

Mobile

Email

Residential
Address

1.

Kikamanen Jamir

Managing Director

0370

2240300

9436078053

statemineral@gmail.com

Lerie Colony, Kohima.

 

b) Public Information Officer  (PIO)

Sl.
No.

Name

Designation

Place of
Posting

STD
code

Office
Phone

Mobile

Email

Residential
Address

 

1.

 

Albert Yanthan

 

Dy. General Manager

 

Kohima

 

0370

 

2240300

 

9612610770

 

statemineral@gmail.com

 

Lower Chandmari, Kohima

 

c) Assistant Public Information Officer  (APIO)

Sl.
No.

Name

Designation

Place  of
Posting

STD
code

Office
Phone

Mobile

Email

Residential
Address

1.

Sentimoa Longchar

Manager (Estt)

Kohima

0370

2240300

9436005465

sentimoa@gmail.com

Lower Forest Colony, Kohima.

 


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MANUAL XVII:       

Such other informations as may be prescribed and thereafter updated every year:

Compiling of the charter is yet to be completed.

 

          Under the NSMDC Ltd, grievances of the employees are being re-dressed as per Service Rules, 2005.

 

     Furnished Information to the applicant, The Public Service Aspirants of Nagaland (PSAN) with copy to 1) The Secretary, Geology & Mining Department and 2) The Public Information Officer (PIO) & SO, Office of the Chief Secretary, Nagaland vide letter No. NSMDC/E-565/ 4039-41 dated 31st Aug, 2017.

 

     Information furnished to the Secretary, Geology and Mining Department, Nagaland, Kohima with copy to 1) The Under Secretary and PIO, Chief Secretary’s Office, Kohima 2) Shri Benjamin Sema C/o Vigheli Swu, Directorate of IT&C, New Secretariat, Kohima, vide letter No.NSMDC/E-565(I)/4055-57 dated 5th Sept, 2017.

 

     Furnished information to the applicant, Shri Ayush, Jogeshwari East, Mumbai with copy to The Under Secretary and PIO, Nagaland Information Commission (NIC), Nagaland, Kohima vide letter No.NSMDC/E-565/4067-68 dated 14th September, 2017.

 

                   Furnished Information to the applicants S.T Yapang Lkr & Odi Jamir, Members Governing Body, Nagaland Indigenous Forum (NIPF), Kohima with copy to 1) The Secretary, Geology & Mining Department and 2) The Under Secretary & PIO, Chief Secretary’s Office, Nagaland, Kohima vide letter No. NSMDC/E-565(I)/4178-80 dated 13th October, 2017.

 

              Information furnished to the applicant Shri Medochutuo Angami, Social Activist, Kohima with copy to 1) The Joint Development Commissioner and Assistant Public Information Officer, Planning & Co-ordination Department, Kohima and 2) The Secretary, Geology & Mining Department vide letter No.NSMDC/E-565(I)/4175-77 dated 13th October 2017.

 

 

  • Lists of completed Schemes/project/programmes
  • List of all contract/projects/programme underway
  • Details of all contract entered into including name of the contractor, amount of contract and period of completion of contract

                                     

 

Sl. No.

 

Lists of Schemes/Projects/Programmes

 

Name of the Contractors/ Firms

 

Amount
(` in Lacs)

Period of Completion of Contract

 

Remarks

1

Mineral Industry Growth Centre at Kiruphe, Kohima under SPA

 

 

 

 

 

a) Construction of Factory Shed-3 Nos. (Group A)

M/S Nickey Kire, Govt. Contractor, Regd. No. NPWD/Class-I/587

81.42

1 year

 

Completed

 

b) Construction of Factory Shed-2 Nos. and Multiflat double Storey building (Ground Floor only) (Group B)

M/S Ruokuo Solo, Govt. Contractor, Class-I, Regd. No. NPW/428

90.64

1 year

 

c) Construction of Marketing Shed (1 No.)

M/S Savilie & Sons, Govt. Contractor & Suppliers, Regd. No. NPWD/Class-I/952

22.22

1 year

 

d) Construction of Retaining wall below Marketing Shed

M/S Dzuviho Kin & Sons, Govt. Contractor, Regd. No. NPW/Class-I/607

9.81

6 months

 

 

 

60% Completed and out of ` 833.00 Lac ` 500.00 Lac only is released till date and remaining ` 333.00 Lac is awaited for release.

 

e) Construction of RCC Curing Tank

M/S Merhaso & Associate, Regd. No. NPW/Class-I/707, NCSU-1455

6.98

6 months

 

f) Construction of Hostel Kitchen

 

M/S R.K. Angami, Govt. Contractor & Suppliers, NPWD Class-1, Regd. No.978

4.98

6 months

 

g) Purchase of Furniture and Accessories for Office and Hostel Building

3.39

6 months

 

h) Renovation of Office Building (Industry Deptt. alloted building)

1.94

6 months

 

i) Construction of Dug (1 No.)

 

M/S K.V. Angami & Co., Govt. Contractor & Supplier, Class-1 Regd. No. 273/NPWD

7.48

6 months

 

j) Construction of Cement Store

5.68

6 months

 

k) Construction of Office Kitchen

2.26

6 months

 

l) Installation of Transformer and power line

Deposited work Power Department

19.66

6 months

 

m) Purchase of machinery, Pickup Truck and other related civil works

Departmentally Executed

243.54

Complete

 

 

Sub-Total

500.00

 

 

2

Upgradation of Decorative and Dimensional Stone Plants at Wazeho under Negotiated Loan and State Plan

Departmentally Executed

269.44

Incomplete

In Progress