Should the skill development exercise in mining sector be undertaken by the Govt. /public authorities or should it be undertaken by the private sector?

Should the skill development exercise in mining sector be undertaken by the Govt. /public authorities or should it be undertaken by the private sector?
Last Date Nov 15,2014 04:15 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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The country is well endowed with many metallic and non-metallic mineral resources.  India is a leading player in respect of many non fuel minerals including, iron ore, ...

The country is well endowed with many metallic and non-metallic mineral resources.  India is a leading player in respect of many non fuel minerals including, iron ore, bauxite, dolomite, lime stone and mica.  Mining sector (non-fuel) currently accounts for approx 0.5% of GDP.  For accelerated economic growth on sustainable basis, this sector has to grow at a much faster pace to secure   a higher percentage in the GDP.
 
Scientific, sustainable and transparent mining practices require well trained manpower.  Skill development not only enhances productivity and safety at work place, but more importantly, it prepares the manpower to adapt to the new state of art technologies. Currently this sector employs around 0.2 Million workforce which is estimated to grow to 0.3 Million in next 10 years.

For more information about Options for Skill Development in the Mining Sector refer the following URL:http://mygov.in/uploads/documents/Options_for_Skill_Development_in_the_M...

Share your views/suggestions on the skill development exercise in mining sector.

Last date for sending your suggestions is 14th November 2014.

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Amit Srivastava 4 years 8 months ago

The skill development exercise in mining sector should be undertaken by the private sector. As Disinvestment Policy of GOI transforming CPSE(Central Public Sector Enterprises)into private sector so there is no occasion to give it to Govt. /public authorities.

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Arkadeep Mukherjee 4 years 8 months ago

We must make the mining companies liable to compensate, equip and train the local population in the protection of environment. The tribal population can also be used as guards of the environmental protection measures such as planted trees, etc.

Also the mining colony can be developed as a tourist center, which can serve as markt for the locals to display their art and culture. Moreover they will be motivated to take part in and cooperate with security apparatus for the mine, for good of all

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gunta venkatesh 4 years 8 months ago

No natural resource should be given for private sector as private sector mostly cares for maximum exploitation irrespective of the loss for nature.

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amit suryawanshi 4 years 8 months ago

यह नियम लागू
किया जाना चाहिए
कि
जो भी व्यक्ति
सरकारी नौकरी में है।
चाहे
वो कलेक्टर हो
या SP
या कोई अन्य कर्मचारी।
सभी के बच्चे
सरकारी स्कूल में ही पढेंगे
और जिनके बच्चे
सरकारी स्कूल में
न पढते हो
उन्हें सरकारी नौकरियों से
निकाल दिया जाए।
सभी लोग
समझ सकते है कि
जब जिले के
कलेक्टर और SP
तथा
अन्य अधिकारीयों के बच्चे सरकारी स्कूल में
पढ़ना आरम्भ कर देंगे,
तो उन स्कूल में
शिक्षा का स्तर
क्या होगा
और
शिक्षक किस तरह की
पढाई वहाँ करवाएँगे।
सभ

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SUBHASH CHANDRA MALLICK 4 years 8 months ago

All natural resources have to keep under Govt. or semi-govt. control. It is not wiser to keep under private sector but we are allotting the Natural Resources to private companies. Even-if some of our old organizations with sufficient manpower engaging third party for their regular works. The reason is unknown. Each & every points have to discuss with general people before any allotments. Our Natural Resources has its limit please don't .....?

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Abhishek Singh 4 years 8 months ago

Sir in ancient day partiality appear on the caste basis and today indian government make partiality among people by giving caste base reservation u have ability to convert that class base only just for profit all politician not want to change this system and make future of india dark

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DILIP KUMA SHAW 4 years 8 months ago

skill development in mining sector should be develop in our country by Govt as well as public & private sector also due to geographical area.
this is the sector were in our country there is not a single institute which runs labor skill set required for mining.

DILIP KUMAR SHAW (SKILL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE HYDERABAD)

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pooran jangir 4 years 8 months ago

Skill development can not be made as water tight compartment for neither for Government nor for Private. Primary education to be run by PPP model and higher skill development which involves training related to sophisticated instruments to be run by the Government

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chandra nair 4 years 9 months ago

first teach Man is asocial animal, unity must-term leadership, trained as agood human to know safe working system along with others, must be know about HSE-system& basic knowledge of Mining & Blasting