Sambalpur: A galaxy of consultants from mining, metallic and geological sciences congregated right here on the Nationwide Seminar on “Challenges and Methods in Coal Mining & Transformation to Business 4.0” – To Meet Vitality Wants of the Nation, organised by the Mining, Geological & Metallurgical Institute of India (MGMI), Odisha Department.
Mr Amrit Lal Meena, Secretary to Authorities of India, Ministry of Coal, who was the Chief Visitor on the inaugural session, delivered the keynote tackle via video conferencing which was additionally attended via video conferencing by Mr Pramod Agrawal, Chairman, Coal India Restricted.
Mr OP Singh, Chairman-cum-Managing Director, of Mahanadi Coalfields Restricted (MCL), who can be the Chairman of MGMI-Odisha Department, delivered the inaugural tackle and inaugurated the Nationwide Seminar. Distinguished amongst others on the seminar had been Mr Keshav Rao, Director (Personnel), Mr Jugal Kumar Borah, Director (Technical/Initiatives & Planning) and Mr AK Behura, Director (Finance) of MCL. The seminar witnessed delegates from totally different private and non-private sector Enterprises (46 Nos) in addition to technical establishments (4 Nos).
Throughout the technical panel periods, not less than 48 technical papers had been acquired from authors of various engineering backgrounds. Consultants mentioned challenges associated to land acquisition, a highway map to web zero carbon, coal transportation and logistics, bulk materials dealing with and evacuation, digitalization in mining and autonomous HEMM, Business 4.0, Strata Management and sustainable mining.
In the meantime, an exhibition was additionally inaugurated by Mr OP Singh, CMD-MCL, the place 15 totally different organisations like Volvo, Squadrone, CHRP, and so forth displayed their reveals on newest applied sciences, digital actuality, gear, visitors administration options, lighting options, vitality effectivity measures, and so forth.
MGMI, established in 1906, is likely one of the oldest skilled societies for all personnel related to the research and practices of the minerals and vitality industries in India. Having 16 branches with headquarters at Kolkata, MGMI offers a discussion board for sharing experiences and studying of the most recent greatest practices and applied sciences.