Registers of reconnaissance permits, prospecting licences and mining leases.
(1) The State Government shall cause to be maintained in the prescribed form:-
(a) a register of applications for prospecting licences;
(b) a register of prospecting licences;
(c) a register of applications for mining leases;
(d) a register of mining leases;
(e) a register of applications for reconnaissance permits; and
(f) a register of reconnaissance permits;
in each of which shall be entered such particulars as may be prescribed.
(2) Every such register shall be open to inspection by any person on payment of such fee as the State Government may fix.
Transfer of mineral concessions
(1)Part A or Part B minerals को छोड़कर लागू होगा ।
(2)माइनिंग लीज या प्रोस्पेक्टिंग लाइसेंस कम माइनिंग लीज होल्डर जिसको सेक्शन 10 B or Section 11 के आधार पर लीज दिया गया है, वह स्टेट गवर्नमेंट से पूर्व अनुमति लेकर सेंट्रल गवर्मेंट के बनाए गए निर्देशों के आधार पर लीज को एलिजिबल पर्सन को ट्रांसफर कर सकता है ।
(3) If the State Government does not convey its previous approval for transfer of such mining lease or prospecting licence-cum-mining lease, as the case may be, within a period of ninety days from the date of receiving such notice, it shall be construed that the State Government has no objection to such transfer: Provided that the holder of the original mining lease or prospecting licence-cum-mining lease shall intimate to the State Government the consideration payable by the successor-in-interest for the transfer, including the consideration in respect of the prospecting operations already undertaken and the reports and data generated during the operations.
(4) No such transfer of a mining lease or prospecting licence-cum-mining lease, referred to in sub-section (2), shall take place if the State Government, within the notice period and for reasons to be communicated in writing, disapproves the transfer on the ground that the transferee is not eligible as per the provisions of this Act:
(5) इस सेक्शन के तहत ट्रांसफर किए गए लीज उसी शर्त पर ट्रांसफर माने जाएंगे अगर जिसको लीज मिलता है वह नियमानुसार सारे कंडीशन एंड लायबिलिटीज को मानेगा ।
(6) केवल उसी लीज को ट्रांसफर किया जा सकता है जो ऑक्शन के जरिए दिया गया है। ML है ट्रांसफर चार्ज पेमेंट करने के बाद ।
RULES FOR REGULATING THE GRANT OF RECONNAISSANCE PERMITS, PROSPECTING LICENCES AND MINING LEASES.
Power of Central Government to make rules in respect of minerals.
(1) सेंट्रल गवर्मेंट नियम बना सकता है जिससे रेग्युलेशन of grant of RP, PL, ML हो।
(2) जो निम्नलिखित से संबंधित हो:
जिसमें RP, PL, ML से संबंधित एप्लीकेशन किसे और कैसे देना है से संबंधित।
(a) the person by whom, and the manner in which, applications for reconnaissance permits, prospecting licences or mining leases in respect of land in which the minerals vest in the Government may be made and the fees to be paid therefor;
(b) the time within which, and the form in which, acknowledgement of the receipt of any such application may be sent;
(c) the matters which may be considered where applications in respect of the same land are received on the same day;
(d) The terms and conditions of auction by competitive bidding for selection of the company under section 11A;
(e) the authority by which 1[reconnaissance permits, prospecting licences or mining leases] in respect of land in which the minerals vest in the Government may be granted;
(f) the procedure for obtaining a reconnaissance permit, a prospecting licence or a mining lease] in respect of any land in which the minerals vest in a person other than the Government and the terms on which, and the conditions subject to which, such a permit, licence or lease may be granted or renewed;
(g) the terms on which, and the conditions subject to which, any other reconnaissance permit, prospecting licence or mining lease] may be granted or renewed;
(h) the facilities to be afforded by holders of mining leases to persons deputed by the Government for the purpose of undertaking research or training in matters relating to mining operations;
(i) the fixing and collection of fees for 5[reconnaissance permits, prospecting licences or mining leases], surface rent, security deposit, fines, other fees or charges and the time within which and the manner in which the dead rent or royalty shall be payable;
(j) the manner in which rights of third parties may be protected (whether by payment of compensation or otherwise) in cases where any such party may be prejudicially affected by reason of any reconnaissance, prospecting or mining operations;
( jj) parameters of existence of mineral contents under clause (a) of sub-section (2) of section 5
(k) the grouping of associated minerals for the purposes of section 6;
(l) the manner in which, and the conditions subject to which, 8[a reconnaissance permit, a prospecting licence or a mining lease] may be transferred;
(m) the construction, maintenance and use of roads, power transmission lines, tramways, railways, aerial ropeways, pipelines and the making of passages for water for mining purposes on any land comprised in a mining lease;
(n) the form of registers to be maintained under this Act;
(p) the reports and statements to be submitted by holders of 1[reconnaissance permits or prospecting licences] or owners of mines and the authority to which such reports and statements shall be submitted;
(q) the period within which applications for revision of any order passed by a State Government or other authority in exercise of any power conferred by or under this Act, may be made, the fees to be paid therefor and the documents which shall accompany such applications and the manner in which such applications shall be disposed of;
(qq) the manner in which rehabilitation of flora and other vegetation, such as trees, shrubs and the like destroyed by reason of any prospecting or mining operations shall be made in the same area or in any other area selected by the Central Government (whether by way of reimbursement of the cost of rehabilitation or otherwise) by the person holding the prospecting licence or mining lease;
(qqa) the amount of payment to be made to the District Mineral Foundation under sub-section (5) and (6) of section 9B;
(qqb) the manner of usage of funds accrued to the National Mineral Exploration Trust under sub-section (2) of section 9C;
(qqc) the composition and functions of the National Mineral Exploration Trust under sub-section (3) of section 9C;
(qqd) the manner of payment of amount to the National Mineral Exploration Trust under sub-section (4) of section 9C;
(qqe) the terms and conditions subject to which mining leases shall be granted under sub-section (3) of section 10B;
(qqf) the terms and conditions, and procedure, subject to which the auction shall be conducted including the bidding parameters for the selection under sub-section (5) of section 10B;
(qqg) the time limits for various stages in processing applications for grant of mining lease or prospecting licence-cum-mining lease under sections 10B, 11, 11A, 11B, and section 17A, and their renewals;
NOTE: इस सेक्शन के आधार पर रूल बना है:
17-04-2015— Minerals (Evidence of contents) Rules 2015
20-05-2015—Mineral (Auction) Rules 2015
29-06-2015—NERP Rules 2015
14-08-2015—NMET Rules 2015
03-12-2015—The Mineral (Mining by Govt. Company) Rules 2015
30-05-2016—Minerals (Transfer of Mining lease granted otherwise than through auction for captive purpose) Rules, 2016
11-07-2016—The Atomic mineral concession Rules 2016
13-07-2017—Coal Block Allocation Rules 2017
30-11-2017—The Mineral (Auction) Amendment Rules 2017
13-08-2019 Mineral conservation and development (Amendment) Rules 2019
20-09-2019—The Minerals (other than Atomic & Hydrocarbons Energy Minerals) concession ( Amendment) Rules 2019.
27-09-2019—The Mineral ( Mining by govt Company) Amendment Rules 2019
Power of Central Government to make rules for the grant of prospecting licences or mining leases in respect of territorial waters or continental shelf of India.
PL or ML of any minerals underlying the ocean within the territorial water or the continental shelf of India के लिए भी सेंट्रल गवर्मेंट नियम बना सकती है ।
(2) जो निम्नलिखित बातों को समावेशित करेगा:
a) the conditions, limitations and restrictions subject to which such prospecting licences or mining leases may be granted;
(b) regulation of exploration and exploitation of minerals within the territorial waters or the continental shelf of India; (c) ensuring that such exploration or exploitation does not interfere with navigation; and
(d) any other matter which is required to be, or may be, prescribed.