EVALUATION TEMPLATE FOR STAR RATING OF MINING LEASES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
LEASE AREA DETAILS
S.N. Particulars Details  
1 Name of the Mining Lease Patabeda iron ore mine  
2 Name of the Lessee
Address
Phone
Email
MGM MINERALS LTD
5A,Forest park,Bhubaneswar- 751009,odisha
06742596400
mgmbbsr@gmail.com
 
3 IBM mine code (for ML) 30ORI13051  
4 IBM Registration Number (under rule 45 of MCDR, 1988) 290  
5 Major Mineral(s) iron ore 1
    1  
6. Total Lease Area (ha)    
  (i) Forest Land (ha)
(ii) Private Land (ha)
(iii) Revenue land (ha)
(iv) Others, if any
27.09
0.57
0.74
0
 
7 Lease period (valid up to) 07/03/2056  
8 Reserves (As per UNFC 111,121 & 122) as on End of the reporting year. (In million tonnes) 10.74  
9 Resources as on End of the reporting year. (In million tonnes) 0.63  
10 Method of Mining (Opencast/ Underg round, Opencast & Underground) Opencast  
11 Category - A / B (as per Rule 42(2 ) of MCDR, 1988) Category A  
12 Captive/Non Captive Non Captive  
13 Name and contact details of all the members of Sustainable Development Unit (SDU) Member 1:
Name: P. L. Mohanty
Designation: Director
Contact No: 943722800
 
    Member 2:
Name: Himanshu Pattanayak
Designation: Mines Manager
Contact No: 7440015201
 
    Member 3:
Name: B.N.Mohapatra
Designation: Agent/AVP HR
Contact No: 8658728228
 
    Member 4:
Name: Manoj Pattanaik
Designation: Geologist
Contact No: 7440015210
 
14 Prominent surface feature of national importance, like monume nts, place of worship, rivers, etc. if any. Nill  
EVALUATION TEMPLATE FOR STAR RATING OF MINING LEASES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
LEASE AREA UTILISATION
S.No. Type Of Land Use(in ha) Area put to use at the end of approved plan period Area put to use at the beginning of RY Area put to use during the RY Cumulative area put to use at the end of RY
1. Mining 13.640 12.34 0 12.3400
2. Mineral Storage 2.516 1.15 0 1.1500
3. Mineral Benefication plant 0.90 0.50 0 0.5000
4. Township 0 0 0 0.0000
5. Tailing Pond 0 0 0 0.0000
6. Railways 0 0 0 0.0000
7. Roads 1.758 1.658 0 1.6580
8. Infrastructure (Workshop, administrative building etc.) 2.294 1.800 0 1.8000
9. OB/waste dump 4.631 3.701 0 3.7010
10. Top soil preservation 0 0 0 0.0000
11. Others 0.164 0.164 0 0.1640
12. Total area put to use 25.903 21.56 0 21.5600
13. Excavated area reclaimed 0 0 0 0.0000
14. Waste dump area reclaimed 0 0 0 0.0000
EVALUATION TEMPLATE FOR STAR RATING OF MINING LEASES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
ROYALTY & OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS
S.No. Details Amountpaid in RY in lakh rupees
1. Royalty/Dead rent paid 269571574
2. Contribution to DMF 78924537
3. Contribution to NMET 5261664
4. Amount Paid towards despatch sharing in Auction cases 0
5. Total of other cess or taxes paid to Government, in addition to above 0
EVALUATION TEMPLATE FOR STAR RATING OF MINING LEASES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
STATUTORY COMPLIANCES
S.No. Particulars Details
1. Environment Clearance, Order No. and validity Letter No:
Date Approved:
Validity:
Annual Quantity Approved:
SEIAA/33
11/12/2009
31/03/2030
0.80
2.(i) SPCB Approvals Consent to Establish (Air) Letter No:
Date Approved:
Validity:
Annual Quantity Approved:
25103/IND-II-NOC-5068
17/11/2008
07/03/2026
0.8
2.(ii) SPCB Approvals Consent to Establish (Water) Letter No:
Date Approved:
Validity:
Annual Quantity Approved:
25103/IND-II-NOC-5068
17/11/2008
07/03/2026
0.8
2.(iii) SPCB Approvals Consent to operate (Water) Letter No:
Date Approved:
Validity:
Annual Quantity Approved:
3363/Ind-I-CON-5427
25/02/2016
31/03/2021
0.8
2.(iv) SPCB Approvals Consent to operate (Air) Letter No:
Date Approved:
Validity:
Annual Quantity Approved:
3363/Ind-I-CON-5427
25/02/2016
31/03/2021
0.8
3. Forest Clearance, Letter No. and details Letter No:
Date Approved:
Validity:
Annual Quantity Approved:
8(21)28/2003-FCE
31/12/2005
07/03/2026
24
4 Land Acquisition details, R &R, if applicable Total Area accuired: 0
    Total Ammount Paid: 0
5. Compliance of Vishakha Committee Guidelines for prevention of women harassment at workplace. Implemented
EVALUATION TEMPLATE FOR STAR RATING OF MINING LEASES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Basic Criterion for rating the mine
S.No. Particulars Details
1. Date of Approval of Mining Plan / Modified Mining Plan / Review of Mining Plan with validity Letter No:
Date Approved:
Validity:
Annual Quantity Approved:
MSM/FM/28-ORI/BHU/2017
24/11/2017
31032021
1.5
2. No. of days Mine was operational (during Reporting Year) 302  
3. Mining operation under suspension by Government authorities as on date of submission No
 
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Spending towards SDF
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee)     Applicable Max Points Points
scored
Constitution of SDU (Sustainable Development Unit) at Mine level - team of Mine management comprising of Technical, Financial, CSR, HRD, Environment heads for ensuring implementation of SDF principles. Constituted     3 3
Total expenditure incurred for implementation of SDF at mine level including -Environment P rotection, - CSR & other welfare ac tivities in peripheral area Explanation : Exp enditure is not over and above the statutory levies imposed by the Government. However, THIS EXCLUDES CONTRIBUTION TO DMF& NMET. 10% of royalty (in lakhs) Total Expenditure
for SDF plementation
(in lakhs)
% Utilisation    
  2.69 0.7 26% 5 0
CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) spending at the mine level in Reporting Year (as
per Companies Act, 2013 or otherwise)
Committed (in lakhs) Utilised (in lakhs)      
  52.5 52.48   5 3
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Exploration Activity
Particulars Details(To be filled up by Lessee)   Applicable Max Points Points scored
Exploration carried out (as per approved Mining Plan/Scheme of Mining for the Reporting Year) Has the entire potential mineralised area been explored 100% Proposed No Achieved    
  Boreholes 14 Boreholes 14 10 10
  Meterage 615 Meterage 560    
G Axis area status as on the beginning of RY Area under G1 :20.10 % of protential mineralized area explored at G1 label 5 5
  Area under G2 :0      
  Area under G3 :0      
  Area under G4 :0      
  Non mineralised area :2.50 100.000    
Use of MIS/ GIS/ Mining Planning softwares for optimum resource exploitation Yes   5 5
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Mining Operation: Opencast
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee)         Applicable
Max Points
Points
scored
Production of mineral in tonnes (RUN O F MINE) Proposed Acutal       5 5
  800569 795118          
Removal of waste/ over burden in cubic meters Proposed Acutal          
  36561.5 35225       5 5
Bench Height Proposed (in meters) Acutal (in meters)          
  6 6       3 3
Bench Width Proposed (in meters) Acutal (in meters)          
  10 10       3 3
Excavation Proposed Acutal       3 3
Lateral Submit the grid values E/W 331640 331990 331640 331980    
  N/S 2426000 2426990 2426000 2426980    
Vertical (in MRL) 680     630      
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
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Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Zero Waste Mining
Particulars Details(To be filled up by Lessee)   Applicable Max Points Points scored
Alternative use / Disposal as a percentage of total waste generation (excluding top soil) Disposal as minor mineral   4  
Waste dumping Proposal Acutal 2 2
    As p er proposal    
Lateral Submit the grid values
E/W 331652 331752 331652 331752
   
 
N/S 2427170 2427020 2427170 2427020
   
Vertical (in MRL) 617 610    
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Mineral Conservation
Particulars Details(To be filled up by Lessee)   Applicable Max Points Points scored
Benefication practices for ROM/ mineral Reject/ Subgrade     5  
Blending of mineral reject/ Subgrade Quantity blended Total mineral reject 5 5
  105207 120815    
Separate stacking of mineral rejects/ subgrade mineral in earmarked area Proposal Acutal 2 2
    As p er proposal    
Area Subm it the grid values E/W 331800 331880 331800 331880      
  N/S 2427040 2427110 427040 2427110      
Quantity 60683 15608      
* Mineral rejects includes subgrade also
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Environment Compliances
Particulars Details(To be filled up by Lessee)           Applicable Max Points Points
scored
Top soil utilisation/stacking             5  
Construction of check dams (Number) Proposal Achieved    
 
0     4    
1 1
Construction of garland drains Proposal (in meter s) Achieved (in meteres)    
    As per proposal    
 
0 0 0 50 1 1
1 1
Construction of retaining walls Proposal (L x W x D) in Meters Achieved (L x W x D) in Meters    
    As p er proposal    
 
0 0 0 30 1 1
1 1
Tailings disposal (applicable if benification facility exists)             5  
Tailings Utilization (%age)             5  
Dust suppression measures undertaken in mining operation Water sprinkling on haulage Yes            
  Wet drilling/Dust collector Yes            
  Water mist spray at crush Yes         4 4
  Covering of inactive dumps by
geo textiles/plantation etc
Yes            
Disposal of used oil, lubricants through authorized vendors. Yes           1 1
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Ground Water Monitoring
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee) Applicable Max Points Points scored
Mechanism for monitoring of parameters of groundwater (GW) status & quality Monitoring mechanism available 1 1
Ground Water Quality status (with
reference to CPCB parameters)
Are they with in the permissible limits? 2 2
  Yes    
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Water Usage
Particulars Details(To be filled up by Lessee)   Applicable Max Points Points
scored
Use of mine water consumption pattern

Usage of mine water by proper treatment and use for:

for any other purpose

  5 1
Quantity of recycled water as a % of total water drawl from external sources such as bore wells, rivers or piped water, if applicable Quantity of recycled water / Quantity of water drawn from external sources 5 3
  810000 litre 720000 litre 5 5
Innovative approach to save and conserve water in the process Zero leakage/ water loss in water pipelines, storage tanks and water use processes   2 2
  Yes      
  Drip irrigation or other conservation
techniques
  2 2
  Yes      
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Environmental Monitoring
EnvironmentalMonitoring Standards Core zone Buffer zone Applicable Max Points Points scored
a)Ambient Air Quality Standards laid down by MoEF&CC Within limit Within limit 3 3
b) Surface Water Quality Standards laid down by M oEF&CC Within limit Within limit 3 3
c) Ground Water Quality Standards laid down by M oEF&CC Within limit Within limit 3 3
d)Noise Level Standards laid down by DGMS Within limit Within limit 3 3
e)Noise Vibration Standards laid dow n by DGMS Within limit Within limit 3 3
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Green Energy Sourcing & Climate Change Initiatives
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee)   Applicable Max Points Points scored
Total Energy requirement in KWH 0 0 4 0
Sourced from Green /renewable sources in KWH        
Implementing recommendations of
Energy Audit in mining, ore
processing etc. as per provisions of
Energy Conservation Act, 2001
Yes   1 1
Innovation in energy saving
Use of sensors and low energy
consumption devices
Yes   2 2
Conservation of Fuel Yes   2 2
Conservation through other
technical intervention. Please list.
Yes Star rated electrical fittings and
equipment have been installed.
2 2
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Compliance Status
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee)   Applicable Max Points Points scored
Violations pointed out by IBM Total no. of violations pointed out Violations complied
with
   
  1 1 4 4
Violations pointed out by DMG,
DGMS, MoEFCC & CPCB/SCPB.
Total no. of violations pointed out
(as informed by lessee)
Violations complied
with
   
  0 0 4 4
Note: Proposal and achivement coloumns are with respect to the reporting year.
Module 2 - FINAL/ PROGRESSIVE MINE CLOSURE & LANDSCAPE RESTORATION
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Particulars Details     Applicable Max Points Poin scored
1. Back filling as per approved Mining Plan Backfilling Area(Ha) Proposal Actual %    
        3  
2. Water Reservoir, ground water recharge, and pisciculture, if applicable Area (in sq . meter) Maximum Depth
(in meter)
Volume
(in Cubi c meter)
   
Proposed Targets for the RY         5
Actual          
2(a) Efforts towards Rainwater(RW) Harvesting, Groundwater(GW) Recharging RW harvesting with GW
recharging
    3 3
3. Landscap restoration&rehabilitation of ecology& biodiversity Proposal (in sq. me ter) Actual
(in sq. meter)
% Achivement    
Plantation over backfilled area         3
Plantation over dump area 100 200 200 5 5
Plantation over virgin area(Green belt development) 140 2000 1429 3 3
Agro forestory practiced Yes No   2  
3(a) Efforts for faster restoration [Soil moisture conservation / fencing of area / drip irrigation/ any other] Yes No   2 2
3(b) Treatment of problematic soils, if applicable Treatment wi th soil amendments, manuring, biofertilisers etc. Yes No   2  
4. Creation of Eco tourism/ recreational facility if applicable Proposed (in sq. me ter) Actual (in sq. meter)      
Area reshaped by pitching& recontouring         2
5. Dump area stabilisation and development if applicable Proposed (in sq. me ter) Actual (in sq. meter)      
Area Covered by geo textiles or similar techniques         5
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Rehabilitation & Resettlement for Project Affected People
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee) Applicable Max Points Points scored
No. of Project Affected People (PAP) as per approved EIA-EMP / SIASMP / R&R , if applicable 0    
% of PAP for whom alternate arrangements made for susta inedlivelihood * Indirect employment/Created souce of income other than direct employment % 3  
% of project affected persons given
employment * (Direct Employment)
% 5  
% of project affected persons who have been skilled by the lessee and absorbed (% of total employment given to affected families by
imparting training for becoming electrician, mechanic,tailoring
% 5  
Social Impact Assessment(SIA) undertaken and Social Impact Management Plan repared and implemented Yes 1 1
* PAP - Indicates the persons who have been displaced due to land aquisation for mining lease
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Grievance Redressal
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee) Applicable Max Points Points scored
Whether a public grievance redressal
mechanis m is in place
Yes 1 1
Name, Address and Phone no./Email
of Commi ttee Members responsible
displayed publicly
Yes 1 1
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Stakeholder Participation
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee) Applicable Max Points Points scored
Participation of stakeholders, host communities and community groups in various activities of the companies such as En vironment Management, CSR activities and Capacity Expansion plans Yes 3 3
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Support for Drinking Water & Agriculture
* In the absence of any proposal the previous year expenditure will be taken as base for the purpose of determining %
Welfare and socio-economic development programs for local communities Details of Exp - enditure & Work done during Reporting Year   No. of Beneficiaries Max
Applicable
Points
Points
scored
  Proposed Actual      
Water storage tanks, drinking water supply facility & irrigation support to agriculture Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  0.04 0.03 1500 3 2
  Villagers of Patabeda and Gonua, are provided with drinking Villagers of Patabeda and Gonua, are provided with drinking      
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Support to Health & Medical Services
* In the absence of any proposal the previous year expenditure will be taken as base for the purpose of determining %
Welfare and socio-economic development programs for local comm unities Details of Expenditure
& Work done during
Reporting Year
  No. of Beneficiaries Max
Applicable
Points
Points
scored
  Proposed Actual      
Preventive measures for mitigation of mine related health problems Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  0.7 0.76 1500 3 3
  IME/PME proposed IME/PME done for all workers at regular interval      
Promotion of Hygiene and Sanitation, public heal th initiatives Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  21 20.02 2000 3 3
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Support to Skill development & Education
* In the absence of any proposal the previous year expenditure will be taken as base for the purpose of determining %
Welfare and socio-economic development programs for local communities Details of Expenditure & Work done during Reporting Year  

No. of

Beneficiaries

Max
Applicable
Points
Points
scored
  Proposed Actual      
Skill development & Vocational Training
programmes for local communities
Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  0.3 0.28 25 3 3
  skill development of employees & Financial Support to skill development of employees & Financial Support to      
Promotion of Literacy& Education Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  10 10.4 100 3 3
  Provision of salary to school teachers & Provided the Provision of salary to school teachers & Provided the      
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Social & Livelihood Support
* In the absence of any proposal the previous year expenditure will be taken as base for the purpose of determining %
Welfare and socio-economic development programs for local communities Details of Expenditure & Work done during Reporting Year  

No. of

Beneficiaries

Max
Applicable
Points
Points
scored
  Proposed Actual      
Support to social, cultural, recreational
activities
Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  0.12 0.15 1500 2 2
  Social and cultural function Social and cultural function      
Livelihood & Socio-Economic standard improvement support Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  0.06 0.07 1000 3 3
  BPL electric connection provide the villagers. BPL electric connection provide the villagers.      
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Support to Transportation Services & Infrastructure
* In the absence of any proposal the previous year expenditure will be taken as base for the purpose of determining %
Welfare and socio-economic development programs for local communities Details of Expenditure & Work done during Reporting Year  

No. of

Beneficiaries

Max
Applicable
Points
Points
scored
  Proposed Actual      
Improvement of Road connectivity and
public transport and other infrastructure
facilities
Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  8.5 8.67 250 2 2
  Road construction at near by villages, school road and check dam. Road construction at near by villages, school road and check dam.      
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Sourcing of manpower amongst locals (from the district) in the mines
Particulars Details   Max Applicable Points Points
scored
Total Local Manpower (% of total manpower) Total local man power 153 3 3
  Total man power 211 3 3
Skilled local manpower (% of total skilled manpower) Skilled local man power 149 3 3
  Total skilled man power 250 3 3
Unskilled local manpower (% of total unskilled manpower) Unskilled local man power 4 3 3
  Total unskilled man power 6    
% of skilled local manpower who have been skilled by the lessee and absorbed (% of skilled local manpower) Local man power skilled by lessee and absorbed 4 3 1
  Skilled total local man power 149    
Working in LWE affected districts (as per MHA) Yes   2 2
Working in Schedule V/Tribal area Yes   3 3
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Creating/providing sanitation and healthy condition in and around the mine area
Particulars Details Applicable Max Points Points scored
Adoption of One Village around mining areas for the purpose ODF : (Open Defacation Free Area) School and Hospital 10 10
Adoption of ODF within mining area Yes 5 5
General Cleanliness of mines area Excellect 3 3
Cleanliness of workshop/Mines Office area Excellect 3 3
Garbage collection and appropriate disposal Yes 3 3
Providing drinking water for mining workers Yes 2 2
Provision for greenage recreational facility Yes 2 2
Awareness program among Mine workers for Swatchata Yes 2 2
Module 4 - ASSURANCE AND REPORTING
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Lease Level Reporting - Disclosures and Assurances
Particulars Details
(To be filled up by Lessee)
Applicable Max Points Points scored
Availability of information on SDF and related Reports on Company's/Mine website No 3 3
Display of ambient air quality level
on website and at prom inent locations such as premises gate, mine-office, etc .
Yes 2 2
Internal auditing for information
submitted.
Yes 3 3
Module 4 - ASSURANCE AND REPORTING
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2017-18
Voluntary Adoption of Related International Standards
Particulars Details Applicable Max Points Points scored
QMS (ISO_9001) Yes 3 3
EMS (ISO-14001) Yes 3 3
OHSAS (ISO-18001) Yes 3 3
Social Accountability (8000) No 3 0
Energy Audit undertaken by BES Yes 3 3
GRI/Substainability Reporting Yes 3 3
Swatchata Report Yes 2 2

Total Point Scored
Module Sum of Applicable Maximum Points in all Modules(a) Sum of Points Scored in all Modules (b) Percentage (b/a)*100
Subtotal Module I 120 105 87.5%
Subtotal Module II 13 13 100%
Subtotal Module III 75 72 96%
Subtotal Module IV 28 25 89.29%
Subtotal 236 215 91.1%
EVALUATION TEMPLATE FOR STAR RATING OF MINING LEASES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
LEASE AREA DETAILS
S.N. Particulars Details  
1 Name of the Mining Lease Patabeda Iron Mines.  
2 Name of the Lessee
Address
Phone
Email
MGM Minerals Ltd 5A, Forest Park,
Bhubaneswar
06742596400
mgmbbsr@gmail.com
 
3 IBM mine code (for ML) 30ORI13051  
4 IBM Registration Number (under rule 45 of MCDR, 1988) 290  
1 Major Mineral(s) Iron 1
    1  
6. Total Lease Area (ha)    
  (i) Forest Land (ha)
(ii) Private Land (ha)
(iii) Revenue land (ha)
(iv) Others, if any
27.09
0.57
0.74
0
 
7 Lease period (valid up to) 07/03/2026  
8 Reserves (As per UNFC 111,121 & 122) as on End of the reporting year. (In million tonnes) 09.74  
9 Resources as on End of the reporting year. (In million tonnes) 10.51  
10 Method of Mining (Opencast/ Underg round, Opencast & Underground) Opencast  
11 Category - A / B (as per Rule 42(2 ) of MCDR, 1988) Category A  
12 Captive/Non Captive Non Captive  
13 Name and contact details of all the members of Sustainable Development Unit (SDU) Member 1:
Name: P. L. Mohanty
Designation: Director
Contact No: 9437022800
 
    Member 2:
Name:Himanshu Pattanayak
Designation: Mines Manager
Contact No: 9238015201
 
    Member 3:
Name: B.N Mohapatra
Designation: AVP HR
Contact No: 8658728228
 
    Member 4:
Name: Manoj Pattanaik
Designation: Geologist
Contact No: 9238015210
 
14 Prominent surface feature of national importance, like monume nts, place of worship, rivers, etc. if any. Nill  
EVALUATION TEMPLATE FOR STAR RATING OF MINING LEASES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
LEASE AREA UTILISATION
S.No. Type Of Land Use(in ha) Area put to use at the end of approved plan period Area put to use at the beginning of RY Area put to use during the RY Cumulative area put to use at the end of RY
1. Mining 12.336 11.487 0 11.4870
2. Mineral Storage 3.028 3.028 0 3.0280
3. Mineral Benefication plant 0 0 0 0.0000
4. Township 0 0 0 0.0000
5. Tailing Pond 0 0 0 0.0000
6. Railways 0 0 0 0.0000
7. Roads 1.358 1.658 0 1.6580
8. Infrastructure (Workshop, administrative building etc.) 0.551 0.551 0 0.5510
9. OB/waste dump 3.765 3.701 0 3.7010
10. Top soil preservation 0 0 0 0.0000
11. Others 5.006 5.016 0 5.0160
12. Total area put to use 28.397 25.441 0 25.4410
13. Excavated area reclaimed 0 0 0 0.0000
14. Waste dump area reclaimed 0 0 0 0.0000
EVALUATION TEMPLATE FOR STAR RATING OF MINING LEASES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
ROYALTY & OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS
S.No. Details Amountpaid in RY in lakh rupees
1. Royalty/Dead rent paid 87579216
2. Contribution to DMF 26273765
3. Contribution to NMET 1751587
4. Amount Paid towards despatch sharing in Auction cases 0
5. Total of other cess or taxes paid to Government, in addition to above 0
EVALUATION TEMPLATE FOR STAR RATING OF MINING LEASES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
STATUTORY COMPLIANCES
S.No. Details Amountpaid in RY in lakh rupees
1. Environment Clearance, Order No. and validity Letter No:
Date Approved:
Validity:
Annual Quantity Approved:
SEIAA/33
11/12/2009
31/03/2030
0.8
2.(i) SPCB Approvals Consent to Establish (Air) Letter No:
Date Approved:
Validity:
Annual Quantity Approved:
25103/Ind-IINOC-
17/11/2008
07/03/2026
0.8
2.(ii) SPCB Approvals Consent to Establish (Water) Letter No:
Date Approved:
Validity:
Annual Quantity Approved:
25103/Ind-IINOC-
17/11/2008
07/03/2026
0.8
2.(iii) SPCB Approvals Consent to operate (Water) Letter No:
Date Approved:
Validity:
Annual Quantity Approved:
3363/Ind-ICON-
25/02/2016
31/03/2021
0.8
2.(iv) SPCB Approvals Consent to operate (Air) Letter No:
Date Approved:
Validity:
Annual Quantity Approved:
3363/Ind-ICON-
25/02/2016
31/03/2021
0.8
3. Forest Clearance, Letter No. and details Letter No:
Date Approved:
Validity:
Annual Quantity Approved:
8(21)28/2003-FC
30/12/2005
07/03/2026
24
4 Land Acquisition details, R &R, if applicable Total Area accuired: 0
    Total Ammount Paid: 0
5. Compliance of Vishakha Committee Guidelines for prevention of women harassment at workplace. Implemented
EVALUATION TEMPLATE FOR STAR RATING OF MINING LEASES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Basic Criterion for rating the mine
S.No. Particulars Details
1. Date of Approval of Mining Plan / Modified Mining Plan / Review of Mining Plan with validity Letter No:
Date Approved:
Validity:
Annual Quantity Approved:
MS/FM/34-ORI/BHU/2015-
28/03/2016
31/03/2021
0.8
2. No. of days Mine was operational (during Reporting Year) 305  
3. Mining operation under suspension by Government authorities as on date of submission No
 
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Spending towards SDF
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee)     Applicable Max Points Points
scored
Constitution of SDU (Sustainable Development Unit) at Mine level - team of Mine management comprising of Technical, Financial, CSR, HRD, Environment heads for ensuring implementation of SDF principles. Constituted     3 3
Total expenditure incurred for implementation of SDF at mine level including -Environment P rotection, - CSR & other welfare ac tivities in peripheral area Explanation : Exp enditure is not over and above the statutory levies imposed by the Government. However, THIS EXCLUDES CONTRIBUTION TO DMF& NMET. 10% of royalty (in lakhs) Total Expenditure
for SDF plementation
(in lakhs)
% Utilisation    
  87.579 57.73 65% 5 2
CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) spending at the mine level in Reporting Year (as
per Companies Act, 2013 or otherwise)
Committed (in lakhs) Utilised (in lakhs)      
  30 43.17   5 5
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Exploration Activity
Particulars Details(To be filled up by Lessee)   Applicable Max Points Points scored
Exploration carried out (as per approved Mining Plan/Scheme of Mining for the Reporting Year) Has the entire potential mineralised area been explored 100% Proposed Yes Achieved    
  Boreholes 7 Boreholes 15 10 10
  Meterage 350 Meterage 824    
G Axis area status as on the beginning of RY Area under G1 :21.996 % of protential mineralized area explored at G1 label 5 4
  Area under G2 :0.674      
  Area under G3 :0      
  Area under G4 :0      
  Non mineralised area :0.874 97.027    
Use of MIS/ GIS/ Mining Planning softwares for optimum resource exploitation Yes   5 5
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Mining Operation: Opencast
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee)         Applicable
Max Points
Points
scored
Production of mineral in tonnes (RUN O F MINE) Proposed Acutal       5 0
  662338 293778          
Removal of waste/ over burden in cubic meters Proposed Acutal          
  30516 6472       5 2
Bench Height Proposed (in meters) Acutal (in meters)          
  6 6       3 3
Bench Width Proposed (in meters) Acutal (in meters)          
  12 12       3 3
Excavation Proposed Acutal       3 3
Lateral Submit the grid values E/W 331906 331658 331906 331658    
  N/S 242666 242688 242666 242688    
Vertical (in MRL) 705     654      
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
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Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Zero Waste Mining
Particulars Details(To be filled up by Lessee)   Applicable Max Points Points scored
Alternative use / Disposal as a percentage of total waste generation (excluding top soil) Disposal as minor mineral   4  
Waste dumping Proposal Acutal 2 2
    As p er proposal    
Lateral Submit the grid values
E/W 331740 331860 331740 331860
   
 
N/S 242650 242656 242650 242656
   
Vertical (in MRL) 662 650    
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Mineral Conservation
Particulars Details(To be filled up by Lessee)   Applicable Max Points Points scored
Benefication practices for ROM/ mineral Reject/ Subgrade     5  
Blending of mineral reject/ Subgrade Quantity blended Total mineral reject 5 5
  50235 50235    
Separate stacking of mineral rejects/ subgrade mineral in earmarked area Proposal Acutal 2  
    As p er proposal    
Area Subm it the grid values E/W      
  N/S      
Quantity        
* Mineral rejects includes subgrade also
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Environment Compliances
Particulars Details(To be filled up by Lessee)           Applicable Max Points Points
scored
Top soil utilisation/stacking             5  
Construction of check dams (Number) Proposal Achieved    
 
0     4    
1 1
Construction of garland drains Proposal (in meter s) Achieved (in meteres)    
    As per proposal    
 
190 1 1 0 0 0
1 1
Construction of retaining walls Proposal (L x W x D) in Meters Achieved (L x W x D) in Meters    
    As p er proposal    
 
130 1 1 130 1 1
1 1
Tailings disposal (applicable if benification facility exists)             5  
Tailings Utilization (%age)             5  
Dust suppression measures undertaken in mining operation Water sprinkling on haulage Yes            
  Wet drilling/Dust collector Yes            
  Water mist spray at crush Yes         4 4
  Covering of inactive dumps by
geo textiles/plantation etc
Yes            
Disposal of used oil, lubricants through authorized vendors. Yes           1 1
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Ground Water Monitoring
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee) Applicable Max Points Points scored
Mechanism for monitoring of parameters of groundwater (GW) status & quality Monitoring mechanism available 1 1
Ground Water Quality status (with
reference to CPCB parameters)
Are they with in the permissible limits? 2 2
  Yes    
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Water Usage
Particulars Details(To be filled up by Lessee)   Applicable Max Points Points
scored
Use of mine water consumption pattern Usage of mine water by proper treatment and use for:   5  
Quantity of recycled water as a % of total water drawl from external sources such as bore wells, rivers or piped water, if applicable Quantity of recycled water / Quantity of water drawn from external sources 5 5
  15litre 25litre    
Innovative approach to save and conserve water in the process Zero leakage/ water loss in water pipelines, storage tanks and water use processes   2 2
  Yes      
  Drip irrigation or other conservation
techniques
  2 2
  Yes      
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Environmental Monitoring
EnvironmentalMonitoring Standards Core zone Buffer zone Applicable Max Points Points scored
a)Ambient Air Quality Standards laid down by MoEF&CC Within limit Within limit 3 3
b) Surface Water Quality Standards laid down by M oEF&CC Within limit Within limit 3 3
c) Ground Water Quality Standards laid down by M oEF&CC Within limit Within limit 3 3
d)Noise Level Standards laid down by DGMS Within limit Within limit 3 3
e)Noise Vibration Standards laid dow n by DGMS Within limit Within limit 3 3
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Green Energy Sourcing & Climate Change Initiatives
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee)   Applicable Max Points Points scored
Total Energy requirement in KWH 56 0.16 4 1
Sourced from Green /renewable sources in KWH        
Implementing recommendations of
Energy Audit in mining, ore
processing etc. as per provisions of
Energy Conservation Act, 2001
Yes   1 0
Innovation in energy saving
Use of sensors and low energy
consumption devices
Yes   2 2
Conservation of Fuel Yes   2 2
Conservation through other
technical intervention. Please list.
Yes 2 0
Module 1 - MANAGING IMPACTS AT THE MINE LEVEL
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Compliance Status
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee)   Applicable Max Points Points scored
Violations pointed out by IBM Total no. of violations pointed out Violations complied
with
   
  0 0 4 4
Violations pointed out by DMG,
DGMS, MoEFCC & CPCB/SCPB.
Total no. of violations pointed out
(as informed by lessee)
Violations complied
with
   
  0 0 4 4
Note: Proposal and achivement coloumns are with respect to the reporting year.
Module 2 - FINAL/ PROGRESSIVE MINE CLOSURE & LANDSCAPE RESTORATION
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Particulars Details     Applicable Max Points Poin scored
1. Back filling as per approved Mining Plan Backfilling Area(Ha) Proposal Actual %    
        3  
2. Water Reservoir, ground water recharge, and pisciculture, if applicable Area (in sq . meter) Maximum Depth
(in meter)
Volume
(in Cubi c meter)
   
Proposed Targets for the RY         5
Actual          
2(a) Efforts towards Rainwater(RW) Harvesting, Groundwater(GW) Recharging RW harvesting with GW
recharging
    3 3
3. Landscape restoration& rehabilitation of ecology& biodiversity Proposal (in sq. me ter) Actual
(in sq. meter)
% Achivement    
Plantation over backfilled area         3
Plantation over dump area 100 150 150 5 5
Plantation over virgin area(Green belt development) 150 250 167 3 3
Agro forestory practiced Yes No     2
3(a) Efforts for faster restoration [Soil moisture conservation / fencing of area / drip irrigation/ any other] Yes No     2
3(b) Treatment of problematic soils, if applicable Treatment wi th soil amendments, manuring, biofertilisers etc. Yes No     2
4. Creation of Eco tourism/ recreational facility if applicable Proposed (in sq. me ter) Actual (in sq. meter)      
Area reshaped by pitching& recontouring         2
5. Dump area stabilisation and development if applicable Proposed (in sq. me ter) Actual (in sq. meter)      
Area Covered by geo textiles or similar techniques         5
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Rehabilitation & Resettlement for Project Affected People
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee) Applicable Max Points Points scored
No. of Project Affected People (PAP) as per approved EIA-EMP / SIASMP / R&R , if applicable 0    
% of PAP for whom alternate arrangements made for susta inedlivelihood * Indirect employment/Created souce of income other than direct employment % 3  
% of project affected persons given
employment * (Direct Employment)
% 5  
% of project affected persons who have been skilled by the lessee and absorbed (% of total employment given to affected families by
imparting training for becoming electrician, mechanic,tailoring
% 5  
Social Impact Assessment(SIA) undertaken and Social Impact Management Plan repared and implemented Yes 1 1
* PAP - Indicates the persons who have been displaced due to land aquisation for mining lease
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Grievance Redressal
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee) Applicable Max Points Points scored
Whether a public grievance redressal
mechanis m is in place
Yes 1 1
Name, Address and Phone no./Email
of Commi ttee Members responsible
displayed publicly
Yes 1 1
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Stakeholder Participation
Particulars Details (To be filled up by Lessee) Applicable Max Points Points scored
Participation of stakeholders, host communities and community groups in various activities of the companies such as En vironment Management, CSR activities and Capacity Expansion plans Yes 3 3
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Support for Drinking Water & Agriculture
* In the absence of any proposal the previous year expenditure will be taken as base for the purpose of determining %
Welfare and socio-economic development programs for local communities Details of Exp - enditure & Work done during Reporting Year   No. of Beneficiaries Max
Applicable
Points
Points
scored
  Proposed Actual      
Water storage tanks, drinking water supply facility & irrigation support to agriculture Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  5 5.85 3000 3 3
  Bore well and water tanker proposal at village Drinking water supply to village Patabeda and Gonua      
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Support to Health & Medical Services
* In the absence of any proposal the previous year expenditure will be taken as base for the purpose of determining %
Welfare and socio-economic development programs for local comm unities Details of Expenditure
& Work done during
Reporting Year
  No. of Beneficiaries Max
Applicable
Points
Points
scored
  Proposed Actual      
Preventive measures for mitigation of mine related health problems Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  2.5 2.29 2000 3 3
  IME/PME proposed IME/PME done for all workers at regular interval      
Promotion of Hygiene and Sanitation, public heal th initiatives Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  6 5.69 11500 3 3
  Engaged Doctor and his team for the same. Engaged Doctor and his team for the same.      
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Support to Skill development & Education
* In the absence of any proposal the previous year expenditure will be taken as base for the purpose of determining %
Welfare and socio-economic development programs for local communities Details of Expenditure & Work done during Reporting Year  

No. of

Beneficiaries

Max
Applicable
Points
Points
scored
  Proposed Actual      
Skill development & Vocational Training
programmes for local communities
Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  0 0 3 0 0
Promotion of Literacy& Education Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  13 12.41 250 3 3
  provision of salary to school teachers provision of salary to school teachers      
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Social & Livelihood Support
* In the absence of any proposal the previous year expenditure will be taken as base for the purpose of determining %
Welfare and socio-economic development programs for local communities Details of Expenditure & Work done during Reporting Year  

No. of

Beneficiaries

Max
Applicable
Points
Points
scored
  Proposed Actual      
Support to social, cultural, recreational
activities
Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  6 5.59 1000 2 2
  Promotion of culture activities, puja celebration Promotion of culture activities, puja celebration      
Livelihood & Socio-Economic standard improvement support Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  0.75 0.72 500 3 3
  Assistance to SSG group and provision Assistance to SSG group and provision      
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Support to Transportation Services & Infrastructure
* In the absence of any proposal the previous year expenditure will be taken as base for the purpose of determining %
Welfare and socio-economic development programs for local communities Details of Expenditure & Work done during Reporting Year  

No. of

Beneficiaries

Max
Applicable
Points
Points
scored
  Proposed Actual      
Improvement of Road connectivity and
public transport and other infrastructure
facilities
Exp(in Lakhs) - Exp(in Lakhs) -      
  10 9.43 3000 2 2
  Maintenan ce of road, water
sprinkling on road
Maintenan ce of road, water
sprinkling on road
     
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Sourcing of manpower amongst locals (from the district) in the mines
Particulars Details   Max Applicable Points Points
scored
Total Local Manpower (% of total manpower) Total local man power 146 3 3
  Total man power 219
Skilled local manpower (% of total skilled manpower) Skilled local man power 63 3 3
  Total skilled man power 139
Unskilled local manpower (% of total unskilled manpower) Unskilled local man power 7 3 3
  Total unskilled man power 5    
% of skilled local manpower who have been skilled by the lessee and absorbed (% of skilled local manpower) Local man power skilled by lessee and absorbed 5 3 1
  Skilled total local man power 67    
Working in LWE affected districts (as per MHA) Yes   2 2
Working in Schedule V/Tribal area Yes   3 3
Module 3 - ADDRESSING SOCIAL IMPACTS OF R&R REQUIREMENTS, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & WELFARE PROGRAMMES
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Creating/providing sanitation and healthy condition in and around the mine area
Particulars Details Applicable Max Points Points scored
Adoption of One Village around mining areas for the purpose ODF : (Open Defacation Free Area) School, Hospital,Drinking water and ODF 10 10
Adoption of ODF within mining area Yes 5 5
General Cleanliness of mines area Excellect 3 3
Cleanliness of workshop/Mines Office area Excellect 3 3
Garbage collection and appropriate disposal Yes 3 3
Providing drinking water for mining workers Yes 2 2
Provision for greenage recreational facility Yes 2 2
Awareness program among Mine workers for Swatchata Yes 2 2
Module 4 - ASSURANCE AND REPORTING
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Lease Level Reporting - Disclosures and Assurances
Particulars Details
(To be filled up by Lessee)
Applicable Max Points Points scored
Availability of information on SDF and related Reports on Company's/Mine website Yes 3 3
Display of ambient air quality level
on website and at prom inent locations such as premises gate, mine-office, etc .
Yes 2 2
Internal auditing for information
submitted.
Yes 3 3
Module 4 - ASSURANCE AND REPORTING
REPORTING YEAR: RY - 2016-17
Voluntary Adoption of Related International Standards
Particulars Details Applicable Max Points Points scored
QMS (ISO_9001) No 3 0
EMS (ISO-14001) No 3 0
OHSAS (ISO-18001) No 3 0
Social Accountability (8000) No 3 0
Energy Audit undertaken by BES No 3 0
GRI/Substainability Reporting No 3 0
Swatchata Report Yes 2 2

Total Point Scored
Module Sum of Applicable Maximum Points in all Modules(a) Sum of Points Scored in all Modules (b) Percentage (b/a)*100
Subtotal Module I 113 95 84.07%
Subtotal Module II 11 11 100%
Subtotal Module III 75 69 92%
Subtotal Module IV 28 10 35.71%
Subtotal 227 185 81.5%