SATYABHAMA: what is it? every thing ever Need to know about the scheme
Ministry of Mines, Govt. of India provides funds to Academic institutions, universities, national institutes and R&D institutions recognized by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Government of India for implementing R&D projects under the Science and Technology Programme Scheme of the Ministry of Mines with the vision to promote research in
- applied geosciences,
- mineral exploration,
- mining and allied areas,
- mineral processing,
- optimum utilization
- and conservation of the mineral resources
of the country, for the benefit of the nation and its people.
The broad thrust areas for supporting Research in Mining are given below:
- Prospecting/exploration for strategic, rare and rare earth minerals.
- Development of new technology for mineral exploration and mining on land and deep sea to locate and exploit new mineral resources.
- Research in mining methods. This includes rock mechanics, mine designing, mining types of equipment, energy conservation, environmental protection and mine safety.
- Improve efficiency in process, operations, recovery of by-products and reduction in specification and consumption norms.
- Research in metallurgy and mineral beneficiation techniques to utilize lower grade and finer size ores.
- Extraction of value-added products from mine waste, plant tailings etc.
- Development of new alloys and metal related products, etc.
- Evolve low capital and energy-saving processing systems.
- Production of materials of high purity.
- Cooperative research among organizations associated with the mineral sector.
On 22- 07- 2021
Satyabhama Portal is @MinesMinIndia 's initiative to encourage research activities in the mining sector. Institutes can submit proposals pertaining to areas having a direct bearing on the mineral sector. The last date to submit proposals is 27th August. Visit: http://research.mines.gov.in
Satyabhama Portal is @MinesMinIndia's initiative to encourage research activities in the mining sector. Institutes can submit proposals pertaining to areas having direct bearing on mineral sector. Last date to submit proposals is 27th August.
Visit: https://t.co/bDyp126mRX pic.twitter.com/tRSpDKOjwK — Pralhad Joshi (@JoshiPralhad) July 22, 2021
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