Sunday, June 18, 2017

Indian Bureau of Mines 2017 Recruitment

Indian Bureau of Mines 2017 invited applications for the recruitment of Controller General (CG)

Job Details

Controller General (CG) = 01 Post

Pay Scale :  Pay Matrix 15(in 6th PC-HAG Rs. 67,000-79,000)

           (i) Bachelor’s Degree in Mining Engineering or Mineral Engineering or Mineral Processing or Chemical Engineering or Chemical Technology or Metallurgy from a recognized University, Institution or equivalent OR Master’s Degree in Geology or Applied Geology or Ore Dressing or Chemistry or Physics from a recognized University or equivalent.

           (ii) twenty one years’ experience in a supervisory capacity in Mettalliferrous Mines or in Government Department dealing with Metalliferrous Mines OR twenty one years’ experience in guiding research in a Laboratory or in a Plant conducting Ore Dressing or Mineral Beneficiation or Mineral Agglomeration work

Desirable qualifications : Post Graduate Degree in Mining Engineering or Post Graduate Degree in Mineral Engineering or Mineral Processing or Chemical Engineering or Chemical Technology/Metallurgy or Doctorate Degree in Geology/Applied Geology/Ore Dressing/Chemistry/Physics.

Age Limit:  Not exceeding 56 years

Application Fee: Rs.500/- for General and OBC candidates. SC/ST,PWD and the employees of GIC and GIPSA Member Companies do not require to deposit application fee.

Address:  Room No.314,D-Wing ,Shastri Bhavan, New Delhi, Delhi  110001

Duties and responsibilities of the post : 
        The post of Controller General in Indian Bureau of Mines is the highest in a cadre and, thus, is that of the Head of the Department. He is responsible for direction, monitoring and control of five Divisions, namely Mines Control & Conservation of Minerals Division; Ore-Dressing Division; Technical Consultancy and Mining Research Division; Mineral Economics Division; Mines and Mineral Statistics Division; and Co-ordination and Planning Division. The Bureau has three Ore-Dressing Laboratories and Pilot Plants at Nagpur, Ajmer and Bangalore; and 3 Zonal, 12 Regional and Sub-Regional Offices at various places. He is responsible for administration of Mines and Mineral Development & Regulation Act 1957 and Rules framed thereunder in the mines of Ferrous, Non-Ferrous and industrial minerals. He has to ensure conservation and development of minerals as also scientific and systematic mining. He tenders advice to the Government on all matters relating to Mining and Mineral Industries including formulation of policy and programme for exploration and development of mineral deposits; import of minerals and metals; grant/renewal of mining leases; fixation of rent, royalty and cess; minimum wages; legal cases relating to mineral rights; exploration and exploitation of marine mineral resources; etc. He interacts with Chief Executives of the mining organizations and is a Member of the Mineral Advisory Council. He is also a Member of the Selection Committee for National Mineral Award and National Safety Award
How to Apply

 It is requested that the applications containing the Bio-Data(Annexure II) of the willing officers who fulfils the above qualifications and experience as on the closing date may be sent through proper channel addressed to A.K.Mallik,Under Secretary to the Government of India, Room No.314,D-Wing,Shastri Bhavan,New Delhi- 110001 in the enclosed bio-data proforma (Annexure-II) and the envelope to be superscripted as “Application for the post of Controller General,IBM” within 60 days from the date of advertisement which is being published in the Employment News. The other details may also be seen in the website: or

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Important Dates

Last Date for Submission of Online Application : 05.08.2017

Note 1: Qualifications are relaxable at the discretion of the Union Public Service Commission in case of candidates otherwise well qualified.

Note 2: The qualifications regarding experience is /are relaxable at the discretion of the Union Public Service Commission in case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes, if at any sage of selection the Union Public Service Commission is of the opinion that sufficient number of candidates from these communities possessing the requisite experience are not likely to be available to fill up the post reserved for them.