SATYABHAMA: what is it? every thing ever Need to know about the scheme

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 

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