GRANITE CONSERVATION & DEVELOPMENT RULES, 1999       
SCHEDULE       
FORM –A       
(Yearly Report of Prospecting Operations carried out)       
(See rule 11(1) and 11 (2))
IMPORTANT
This report duly filled in must reach	To
the concerned authorities by 30th April   1.State Government concerned or any
for the previous year or within 30 days     person so authorised under rule 49 
from the date of abandonment or 	
within three months after the expiry      2.Controller General, Indian Bureau of 
of prospecting licence or completion         Mines, Nagpur
of prospecting operations,
whichever is earlier.
1.	Type of the granite for which prospecting	: (a)
	  operations has been granted	                       (b)
2.	Name and address of the licencee 	 :
3.	Particulars of the prospecting licencee    :
	  (i)   Date of execution                            :
	  (ii)  Period : 	Years From :	 to :
	  (iii) Area under licence : 	Hectares
	  (iv)  No. and date assigned by State Government
	        to Prospecting Licencee. No.		Date :
4.	Location of the prospecting licenced area	:
	  (i)   Topo Sheet Number :
	  (ii)  Cadastral Survey or Khasra Number :
	  (iii) Village :     Taluka/Tehsil :       District :          State :
	  (iv)  Post Office :	  Police Station :
	  (v)   Nearest railway station :	Distance :
	  (vi)  Nearest Rest House/Dak Bungalow :
5.	Particulars of the Geologist or mining Engineer employed optionally, 
	  if any, for the prospecting licenced area:
	  (i) Name and address :
                                 :
                                 :
	 (ii) Qualification    :
	 (iii) Date of appointment :
	 (iv) Status of employment : 	Whole time :	Part time :
6.         Status of Prospecting Operation:    In Progress :
	  please tick mark one of the boxes 	  Completed :
	  whichever is applicable 		Abandoned :
7.        Total Surface area covered by prospecting work (hectare) :
8.        Prospecting work completed during the year :
	a. Geological mapping : Area in Hectare : 	Scale :
	b. Pitting (i) No. of Pits 	:
		(ii) Grid Pattern 	:
		(iii) Depth (Mts.) Average :
			Maximum 	:
			Minimum 	:
	c. Trenching (i) No. of trenches (with interval) :
		   (ii) Length (Mts) Average :
			  Maximum          :
			  Minimum          :
	d. No. and size of samples :
	e. Drilling :
	(i) No. of boreholes completed during the year (with size of core) :
	(ii) No. of boreholes in progress :
	(iii) Total yearly drilling (Mts.) :
	f. Particulars of drilling machines Type   Make   Capacity   No.of drills
	g. Details of samples tested:
	   (i) No. of samples tested :
	   (ii) Complete report :
	   (Testing the suitability as per market requirement)
	Place :                                       Signature :
	Date :                                     Name in full :
                                                      Designation :
Note :  
Please enclose a geological report describing the prospecting operations undertaken so far accompanied by the detailed geological plans and sections showing structural details such as joints, fractures, folds, faults, grain size, texture etc. and also showing locations of (a) bore holes, (b) pits, (c) trenches (d) sample positions etc. The report shall also contain the bore hole logs and the inferences drawn as a result of the study of the geology of the area and the interpretation of the bore hole cores, pits, trenches, reserves of granite and complete report of at least two representative samples indicating stone quality and suitability as per market requirements and the blocks proposed for mining operations.
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FORM-B       
(Notice of Intimation of Opening of Mine/Quarry)       
(See rule 23)
IMPORTANT
Notices in this form shall reach          To
the concerned authorities within          1. State Government concerned or any 
15 days of the date of opening               person so authorised under Rule 49
of the quarry or within 90 days	
of coming into force of these rules to    2. Controller General, Indian Bureau of
intimate existence of a quarry,              Mines, Nagpur.
as the case may be.
1. (i) Name of granite worked :
   (ii) Name of other mineral(s) worked, if any.:
2. Name of the quarry/mine :
3. Date of opening of quarry/mine:
4. Letter No. and Date through which the mining plan was approved :
   (Specify Authority)
5. Name and address of the Lessee/Owner :
6. Ownership of the quarry :
a. Public sector :
b. Joint Sector :
c. Private Sector :
	(In case of Joint sector, specify percentage share of each company)
7. In case the lessee is a Company or a Partnership firm or Co-operative,indicate name and address of the Director-in-Charge and the Registered office :
8. Particulars of Quarry/Mining Lease (ML) :
	(i)Date of execution 	:
	(ii)Period : Years From :           to :
	(iii)Area under licence :	 Hectares
9. Location of the lease :
(i) Topo Sheet Number :
(ii) Cadastral Survey or Khasra Number :
(iii) Village :         Taluka/Tehsil :              District :          State :
(iv) Post Office :                         	Police Station :
(v) Nearest railway station :	Distance :
(vi) Nearest Rest House/Dak Bungalow :
10. Name and address of previous owner, if any, and the date of abandonment :
11. Particulars of Agent :
	a. Name and address :
	b. Date of appointment :
12. Particulars of Mining Engineer:
	a. Name and address :
	b. Qualifications :
	c. Date of appointment :
	d. Status of employment :
		   Whole time :            Part time :
13. Particulars of manager :
	a. Name and Address :
	b. Date of appointment :
Place :                                        Signature :
Date :                                         Name in full :
                                               Designation:Owner/Agent
                                               /Mining Engineer/Manager
FORM-C       
(Notice of Intention of Abandonment/Surrender of Mine/Quarry or part of the mine/quary)
(See rule 24(2) and rule 24(4))
MINE/QUARRY CODE:...............................
IMPORTANT
Notice in this Form shall be sent under           To,
registered cover. If the abandonment/                State Government concerned or 
surrender is due to reasons beyond the control       any person so authorised under
of the lessee, this notice shall be sent within 15   rule 49 .
days of such abandonment/surrender.
1. (i) Type of the granite worked :
   (ii) Name of other mineral(s) worked, if any :
2. Name of the mine quarry :
3. Name and Address of the Lessee/Owner :
4. Particulars of Mining/Quarry Lease(QML):
   (i) Date of execution:
   (ii) Period:       years :         from :          to:
   (iii) Area under lease...................................Hectares
5. Location of Quarry/Mine
   (i) Topo Sheet Number :
   (ii) Cadastral Survey of Khasra Number :
   (iii) Village :	Taluka/Tehsil : 	District :	State :
   (iv) Post Office :                 Police Station :
   (v) Nearest railway station :                Distance :
   (vi) Nearest Rest House/Dak Bungalow :
6. Name and Address of Agent:
7. Particulars of Mining Engineer
   (a) Name and Address:
   (b) Qualifications:
8. Date by which mining operations are to be abandoned or mine to be surrendered.
9. Reasons for abandonment/surrender
   Exhaustion of granite : 	Lack of Demand:
   Uneconomic operations : 	Non availability of labour:
   Land slide: 	            Flooding of quarry:
   Other calamity (specify):        Other reasons (specify):
   (Please tick whichever is application)
10. If the abandonment is due to natural calamities or order/ directions issued by any statutory authority/Tribunal/Court for abandoning mining operations the date of such abanadonment.
11. Reserves of the mineral           a) Proved:
    proved in the area.               b) Probable:
			         c) Possible:
12. Total production of the mineral since first opening of quarry/mine:
13. Number of workers employed in the Quarry :	Male      Female
    Company Labour (Direct) 	           :
    Contract Labour 	                   :
Place:                              Signature:
Date:                               Name in full:
		                 Designation:Owner/Agent/Mining Engineer/Manager
Note: 1. In cases where part of the lease area is proposed to be abandoned/surrendered, information relating only to such part shall be given in columns 11,12 and 13.
 
2. Please enclose plans/sections of the lease area on a scale not less than 1:1000 (1centimeter = 10 meters) indicating accurately the work done in the quarry upto the time of submission of this notice including measures envisaged for protection of abandoned/surrendered quarry and approaches thereto and the environment.

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FORM-D       
(Notice of Temporary Dis-continuance of Quarry/Mine)       
(See rule 25)       
MINE/QUARRY CODE.........................
IMPORTANT
Notice in this Form shall be sent      To,
so as to reach the concerned              1. State Government concerned
authorities mentioned within 75	           or any person so authorised
days of temporary discontinuance             under rule 49.
for the period exceeding 60 days.         2. Controller General, Indian 
                                             Buraeu of Mines, Nagpur
1. (i) Type of the granite worked :
   (ii) Name of other mineral(s) worked, if any :
2. Name of the mine quarry :
3. Name and Address of the Lessee/Owner :
4. Particulars of quarry/mine Lease:
  (i) Date of execution:
  (ii) Period :          years from :                 to :
  (iii) Area under lease...................................Hectares
5. Location of Quarry/Mine
   (i) Topo Sheet Number :
   (ii) Cadastral Survey of Khasra Number :
   (iii) Village :	Taluka/Tehsil : 	District :	State :
   (iv) Post Office :                    Police Station :
   (v) Nearest railway station :                  Distance :
   (vi) Nearest Rest House/Dak Bungalow :
6. Name and Address of Agent:
7. Name and Address of the Mining Engineer:
8. Reasons for discontinuance    :
   Lack of demand                :
   Non availability of Labour    :
   Rains                         :
   Transport bottleneck          :
   Strike                        :
   Lock out                      :
   Operation becoming uneconomic :
   Other reasons (specify)
	(Please tick whichever is applicable)
9.  Date of discontinuance of mining operation:
10. Probable date of reopening :
Place:                             Signature:
Date :                             Name in full:
                                   Designation:Owner/Agent/Mining Engineer/Manager
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FORM-E       
(Notice of Intimation of Reopening of Quarry/Mine)       
(See rule 26)       
  MINE/QUARRY CODE:..................
IMPORTANT
Notice in this Form shall reach the         To,
concerned authorities within                   1. State Government concerned
15 days of the date of reopening 	                or any person so authorised
of the quarry.                                    under rule 49 
                                               2. Controller General, Indian Buraeu
                                                  of Mines, Nagpur.
1. (i) Type of the granite worked :
   (ii) Name of other mineral(s) worked, if any :
2. Name of the quarry/mine:
3. Name and address of the Lessee/Owner :
4. Particulars of Quarry/Mining Lease(QML):
   (i) Date of execution:
   (ii) Period :                years from :            to :
   (iii) Area under lease...................................Hectares
5. Location of Quarry/Mine
   (i) Topo Sheet Number :
   (ii) Cadastral Survey of Khasra Number :
   (iii) Village :	Taluka/Tehsil : 	District :	State :
   (iv) Post Office :                   Police Station :
   (v) Nearest railway station :              Distance :
   (vi) Nearest Rest House/Dak Bungalow :
6. Name and Address of Agent:
7. Name and Address of the Mining Engineer :
8. Date on which the quarry/mine was
   a) Abandoned :
   b) Discontinued :
9. Date of reopening :
Place:                              Signature:
Date :                              Name in full:
                                    Designation:Owner/Agent/Mining Engineer/Manager
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FORM-F       
QUARTERLY RETURN       
MINE/QUARRY CODE:....................       
[See rule 41 (a)]       
For the Quarter ending............19..
(i) Type of the granite worked :
(ii) Name(s) of other mineral(s), if any.:
                                        To,       
                                            1. State Government concerned or any        
    person so authorised under rule 49        
2. Controller General, Indian Bureau        
                                               of Mines, Nagpur
1. Name and Location of the Quarry/mine
   Name of quarry/mine :
   Village :        Post Office :       Taluka/Tehsil : District :	State :
2. Name and Address of lessee/quarry owner :
   Name :
   Address :
3. Date of execution of lease granted and date of expiry.:
4. Year of starting mine:
5. Area in hect.:
6. No. of days the quarry worked during the month:
7. Labour Employment : 	Male 	Female
   a) Average daily employment:
   b) Wages(Rs.)
8. Types of Granite (Colour etc.) produced:
9. Production, Despatches, Stocks and Pit's Mouth Value of Raw Sizes Blocks 
   (Unit: Cu.m.):
___________________________________________________________________________________
Items	Total	Size-wise break up
___________________________________________________________________________________
a) Opening Stock
b) Production
c) Despatches
  (i) Direct Exports
  (ii) Domestic sale
d) Closing stock
e) Pit's Mouth Value (Rs.)
___________________________________________________________________________________
10. Reserves (Proved, probable, possible) Insitu and recoverable :
11. Details of processing activity undertaken by the lessee, if any :
12. Whether capative mine of 100% Export Oriented Unit or not
13. Production :
    i) During the month of.:
       quantity (in MT.) and Cubic Metres.:
   ii) Cumulative production during the current financial year upto the month of :
       quantity (in MT.) and Cubic Metres.:
14. Export of Dimensional Blocks :
    i) During the month of.:
       quantity (in MT.) value (in Rs.).:
   ii) Cumulative during the current financial year upto the month of.:
       quantity (in MT.).:	value (in Rs.).:
15. Export of processed products :
    i) During the month of.:	value (in Rs.).:
    ii) Cumulative during the current financial year upto the month of (in Rs.).:
16. Domestic Sale of Dimensional Blocks/processed products :
    i) During the month of.:	value (in Rs.).:
    ii) Cumulative during the current financial year upto the month of: 
                                                        Value (in Rs.):
17. Reasons for increase/decrease in production during the current month as compared to the preceding month:
 
I certify that the information furnished above is correct and complete in all respects.
Place:                              Signature:
Date :                              Name in full:
                                    Designation:Owner/Agent/Mining Engineer/Manager
Note: Average daily employment is obtained by dividing the number of man days worked by the number of working days.

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FORM-G:
ANNUAL RETURN
(See rule 41(b)       
MINE / QUARRY CODE ...............       
(For the year 1st April 19.. to 31st. March 19..)        
(To be submitted before 1st July each year for the preceding year or within 90 days of the date of abandonment /surrender)
i)  Type of the granite worked :
ii) Name(s) of other mineral (s), if any ...............
                                      To,
                                      1.State Government concerned or any person 
                                         so authorised under rule 49 
                                      2.Controller General, Indian Bureau of Mines,
				  Nagpur
1.	Name and Location of the quarry/mine :
  	Name of mine/quarry :
	  village :                  Post Office :
	  Taluka/Tehsil :                 District :                   State:
2.	Name and Address of leasee/mine/quarry owner :
3.	Lease Details
	  Area in hectares:               Date of Execution :
	  Period (years):
4.	No. of days the quarry/mine worked during the year :
5.	Indicate reason(s) for work stoppage	Reasons No.of days
	  due to strike, lockout, monsoon,
	  non-availability of labour, less
	  demand etc. and number of days of
	  work stoppage for each of these factors.
6.	Employment of Qualified Personnel and Labour :
6.1         Number of technical and supervisory staff :
___________________________________________________________________________________
Description	Weather employed 	Partly employed
___________________________________________________________________________________
a. Graduate Mining Engineer
b. Diploma Mining Engineer
c. Geologist
d. Other administrative, clerical
& and technical supervisory staff
___________________________________________________________________________________
6.2	Salary paid to technical and supervisory Staff (Rs.)
6.3	Labour Employment 	: Male            Female
			a. Average daily employment
			b. Wages (Rs.)
7.	Production, Despatches, Stocks and Pit's Mouth Value:
7.1	Production of Raw sizes blocks during the year (Unit :Cu.M)
___________________________________________________________________________________
Items              Total                   Size-wise break up
___________________________________________________________________________________
a. Opening Stock
b. Production
c. Despatches
	(i) Direct Exports
	(ii) Domestic sale
d. Closing stock
e. Pit's Mouth Value (Rs.)
___________________________________________________________________________________
7.2	Cumulative Production :
	   (since opening of quarry in Cu.M)
7.3	Waste and Rejects (Unit : Cu.M.)
___________________________________________________________________________________
Item                      During the year                   Cumulative total
___________________________________________________________________________________
a. Quantity of waste
   generated as overburden
b. Quantity of waste generated
   incidental to mining or raw blocks
c. Quantity of waste generated as
   rejected blocks and dressing rejects
d. Despatches of waste and rejects
   (in accordance with above classification)
___________________________________________________________________________________
8.	Mining Machinery used during the year
__________________________________________________________________________________
Type of Machinery No. of units          Engine Horse Power of          No. of hours
                                        each unit                      worked
___________________________________________________________________________________
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
___________________________________________________________________________________
9.	Consumption of Explosives
a)	Gun Powder (Kg) : 	     b) Detonator (Nos.) :
c)	Safety Fuse (Metres) : 	d) Detonating Fuse (No. of coils)
e)	Any other Explosive (Kg.) :
	  (please specify with units)
10.	Quantity and Cost of material consumed during the year
					Quantity	Cost (Rs.)
	(i)   Fuel (Lt.) :
	(ii)  Electricity(KWH):
	(iii) Explosives :
	(iv)  Other Materials :
11.	Specification on fixed assets (Rs.) :
12.	Other expenses such as over-heads, maintenance, etc (Rs.) :
13.	Amount of Rent and Royalty paid (Rs.) :
14. Annual production (last 3 years) (Quantity in M.Tonnes and in cubic metres) :
15. Exports (last 3 years)
(Separately for dimensional blocks in tonnage and value and for processed products in tonnage and value) :
 
16. Reasons for increase/decrease in production during the current year as compared to the preceding year:
 
I certify that the information furnished above is correct and complete in all respects.
Place :                                         Name and Signature of
Date :                                          Owner/Agent/Mining Engineer/Manager
___________________________________________________________________________________
Note : 
(a) In case there is stoppage of work, indicate reasons for work stoppage and number of days of work stoppage.
 
(b) Average daily employment is obtained by dividing the number of man days worked by the number of working days.
 
(c) Wage includes all cash payments including bonuses. Employers' contributions to provident funds, welfare activities etc. Concessions in kind should not be included in wages.
 
(d) The Pit's Mouth Value should represent the sale value of the granite at the pit head. In case of sales effected on F.O.R. or F.O.B. or any other basis, pit head sale value should be arrived at after deducting all the expenses incurred from quarry/mine to railway station or port or other point of sale, as the case may be (such as expenses on transportation, loading and unloading charges, railway freight, sampling and analysis, port handling, export duty and cess ).

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FORM-H       
(Notice of certain Appointment/Resignation/Termination/Change of Address)       
(See rule 42)       
MINE/QUARRY CODE........................
IMPORTANT
Notice in this Form shall be given to           To,
the concerned authorities within 15             State Government concerned 
days from the date of new appointment           or any person so authorised
or termination from employment or               under rule 49 
resignation or change of address 
Agent/Mining Engineer/Geologist/Manager.
1.	Name and address of the Lessee/Prospecting Licencee:
2.	Name of granite for which Mine/Quarry Lease/Prospecting Licence is 
	  granted :
3.	Name of Lease/Prospecting Licenced area :
4.	Location of Lease/Prospecting Licenced area:
   (i) Topo Sheet Number:
   (ii) Cadastral Survey or Khasra Number:
   (iii) Village :	Taluka/Tehsil: 	Dist:	State:
   (iv) Post Office:                 Police Station:
   (v) Nearest railway station :           Distance:
   (vi) Nearest Rest House/Dak Bungalow:
5.	Particulars of Lease/Prospecting Licence (Hectare):
	  (i) Date of execution :
	  (ii) Period :                Years from :             to :
	  (iii)	Area under Quarry Lease/prospecting licence (Hectare):
6.	Please indicate whether notice is given in respect of :
	  (i) New appointment	:
	  (ii) Resignation/termination of employment	:
 	 (iii) Change of address	:
	  (Strike out whichever is not applicable)
7.	In case of appointment of Agent/Mining Engineer/Geologist Manager,
	  please indicate
(i)   Name :
(ii)  Designation :
(iii) Address:
(iv)  Qualifications :
(v)   University/Institution from which passed:
(vi)  Date of appointment :
8.	If the appointment is that of a Mining Engineer or a Geologist, please 
	indiacte
	  (i) Whether appointment is Whole time:             Part time :
	  (Please tick mark whichever is applicable)
	  (ii) Names, locations and ownership of all other Quarrys/prospecting 
	       licence which he will supervise.
9.	In case of resignation/termination of employment of Agent/Mining
	  Engineer/Geologist/ Manage, please indicate :
	  (i) Name :
	  (ii) Designation :
	  (iii) Date of resignation/termination of employment :
	  (In case the vacancy so created has been filled in please furnish the
	   particulars of the same in columns 6 and 7).
10.	In case of change of address of the Lessee/Agent/Mining Engineer/
	   Geologist/Manager, please indicate:
(i) Name :
(ii) Designation :
(iii) Present address :
(iv) Date of change of address :

 

Place :                                                Signature :
Date :                                                 Name in full :
                                                       Designation : Owner/Licencee
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FORM-I       
(Particulars to be recorded in a durable bound paged book in respect of each bore hole/pit)
(Seel rule 43)
1. Type of the granite for which license or lease is granted :
2. Name and address of the Lessee/Licensee :
3. Name of the mine/quarry/prospect :
4. Location of Lease/Prospecting Licenced area :
   (i) Topo Sheet Number:
   (ii) Cadastral Survey or Khasra Number:
   (iii) Village :           Taluka/Tehsil:             Dist:             State:
   (iv) Post Office:                 Police Station:
   (v) Nearest railway station :           Distance:
   (vi) Nearest Rest House/Dak Bungalow:
5. Type and make of the drill and size of core :
6. Bore hole/pit number and its location :
(a) Reduced levels at the collar of the borehole/pit
(b) Inclination and bearing of the hole.
(c) Altitude of the formation
7. Duration of drilling/pitting
   (a) Date of commencement :	(b) Date of completion:
8. Total length of the hole/pit :
9. Purpose of drilling/pitting :
10. Total operating expenditure incurred (Rs.) :
11. Details of intersection (as given below)
a. Run Details
   From (Mt.) : 	To (Mt.) :
   Width (Mt.) : 	True Width (Mt.) :
b. Size of core/pit
c. Percentage recovery of core
d. Lithology
e. Details of test carried out :
(indicate physical properties and stone quality)

 

Place :                             Signature :
Date :                              Name in full :
                                    Designation:Owner/Agent/Mining Engineer/Manager
[No. 1/1/99-M.VI]
S.P. Gupta, Jt. Secy.