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MINES AND GEOLOGY

Department history in brief:

The Department of Mines and Geology started functioning under the name and style as “Hyderabad Geological Survey” (HGS) during the year 1921. The functions of the HGS were carrying systematic survey, preparation of information on the mineral resources and technical advises on geology and mineral occurrences to Government as well as private persons. The functions of geological survey and inspection of mines were carried out both by the Department of Mines and Hyderabad Geological Survey until 1951.  The Hyderabad Geological Survey was merged with Geological Survey of India in the year 1951 Later the functions of granting of mineral concessions were transferred to Revenue Department. The Department of Mines & Geology was looking after the technical aspects and advising Government on desirability to grant mineral concessions. In 1961,1964 & 1967, State Government established (3) Regional Offices under the charge of Assistant Director of Mines & Geology to look after the mineral activity in the State. Introduction of permit system in the year 1975 made it obligatory on the part of mine owners to pay royalty in advance and obtain permits from respective Assistant Directors of Mines & Geology before transporting minerals from the leased areas. In 1976 – 77, Government sanctioned a scheme of re-organization of the Department wherein mineral regulatory work in respect of both major & minor minerals hitherto under the control of the Revenue Department was transferred to the Department of Mines & Geology. In 1976 – 77, to administer mineral regulatory activity in the State Government established (12) offices of Assistant Directors of Mines & Geology offices and (4) offices of Regional Deputy Director of Mines & Geology offices.

After Reorganization of the state and After Reorganization of the Districts, the promotional, regulatory and collection of mineral revenue in the Telangana State is performed by Directorate at Hyderabad. (3) Regional Deputy Directors of Mines & Geology offices at Nizamabad, Warangal and Hyderabad. (32) District Assistant Director of Mines & Geology Offices each at District Head Quarters.

The office of the Asst. Director of Mines and Geology (Vigilance) was established at Mahabubabad on 19.12.2007 as Head Quarters  with the jurisdiction of erstwhile Warangal District as per G.O.Ms.No.219 Fin (SMPC) Dept. dt:28.11.2007 for taking of the following. 

  1. Detection of Illicit mining/quarrying
  2. Detection of encroachments of ML/QL areas
  3. Inspection of Mineral Based Industries
  4. Inspection of major private civil constructions
  5. Checking of vehicles carrying minerals
  6. Enquiry of Grievances, Petitions received from public and Paper Clippings.

 Subsequently, the Government of Telangana State have re-organized the districts and formed new districts vide G.O.Ms.No.221 Revenue (DACMRF) Dept, date:11.10.2016.  Among other new districts, Mahabubabad District is also formed with Head Quarters at Mahabubabad town w.e.f 11.10.2016.

 The office of the Asst. Director of Mines and Geology (Vigilance), Mahabubabad have been converted in to Regular Office as office of the Asst. Director of Mines and Geology, Mahabubabad  with the jurisdiction of newly formed Mahabubabad District as per G.O.RT No. 342 Industries and Commerce (Mines-I) Department, dated:11.10.2016 with following posts entrusting with Mineral Regulatory Work, Promotion of Minerals  and Collection of Mineral Revenue to the State Exchequer and commenced work w.e.f. 11.10.2016.

Sl.No. Post No. of Posts
1 Asst. Director of Mines and Geology 1
2 Asst. Geologist 1
3 Royalty Inspector 1
4 Technical Assistant 1
5 Senior Assistant 1
6 Surveyor 1
7 Office Subordinate 1

 

                 Office Location:  Integrated Welfare Hostel Complex,

                                                         Thallapusapally Road, Near Indiranagar Colony,          

                                                         Mahabubabad – 506 101

              Hire Vehicle   :      TS 03 UB 2268 (Bolero Jeep) of Smt. G. Deepa hired @  Rs.   33,000/- per month.

            1.4  Functions:

  • Receiving, processing and Submission of Proposals to the Director of Mines and Geology, Hyderabad for grant of Quarry Leases in respect of Granite and 31 Minerals and Major Minerals.
  • Receiving, processing and Submission of Proposals to the Deputy Director of Mines and Geology, Warangal for grant of Quarry Leases in respect of Building Stone and Road Metal, Gravel/Earth and Other Minor Minerals.
  • Execution of Quarry Lease Deeds and issue of Work Orders to the lease holders after payment of advance dead rent and other sums payable to the Government in respect of both Major and Minor Minerals.
  • Finalization of Mineral Revenue Assessments and submission to the Deputy Director of Mines and Geology, Warangal  for approval in respect of both for Major and Minor Minerals.
  • Checking of Mineral Transportation of Major & Minor Minerals.
  • Inspection of Existing Mining Leases & Quarry Leases in respect of Major & Minor Minerals.
  • Inspection of Mineral Based Industries.
  • Enquiries of Illegal mining and quarrying operations.
  • Collection of penalties from illegal excavators and transporters of minerals.

1.5   Attendance :      

  1. Hours of Attendance : On all working days, all officers will work from 10.30 A.M. to 5.00 P.M..  Head of Office, other Gazetted Officers and other staff must attend the office punctually.  An interval of half an hour for lunch between 1.00 P.M. and 3.00 P.M. is allowed but the staff must not leave the office premises for this purpose.
  2. b) Attendance Register: An Attendance Register in the prescribed form is to be maintained in every office and it is kept in the custody of the Ministerial Head of the office or the head of the office himself.  The head of the office and the office Senior Assistant are personally responsible for its regular maintenance.  Members of the staff must initial in it as soon as they come to office.  It will be closed 10 minutes after the office opens and will be laid before the Head of the office together with Casual Leave and late attendance reports or before any other person authorized by him to check the register in his absence.  The members coming late by 10 minutes i.e., after 10.40 A.M. will be allowed to sign only on late attendance sheet in the room of the head of the office till 11.30 A.M. if they have obtained permission for late coming.
  • Late Attendance:
  1. Permission for late coming will be given in genuine cases but it will not be given as a matter of routine. Even such permissions should be obtained in advance as far as possible.
  2. Persons coming to office between 11.30 A.M. and 1.30 P.M. with or without permission will have to apply for half-a-day’s casual leave and persons coming to office after 1.30 P.M. will have to apply for the day’s Casual Leave. One day’s casual leave will be forfeited for every three days late attendance.  Persons who are found habitually late coming are liable for disciplinary action.

1.7       a)  Casual Leave: With effect from the calendar year, 1981 the number of days of casual leave have been increased from 12 to 15 and the number of optional holidays from 3 to 5 in a calendar year.  The maximum period of absence from duty on casual leave including Sundays and authorized holidays should be restricted to ten days at any one time.  The purpose for which the casual leave is required must be stated definitely in the casual leave application.  It should be obtained in advance as far as possible.  Absence in anticipation of sanction of casual leave will only be condoned if the necessity for the leave or extension could not have been foreseen.  When a Senior Assistant goes on Casual Leave he/she must invariably hand over office keys to the office Asst. Geologist.  Leaving Head Quarters should be with specific permission in advance.

  1. b) Compensatory Holidays: Government Servant who is called on to attend office on a Public Holiday to keep turn duty, should be granted a holiday in its place.  The Compensatory holidays contemplated are admissible only to ministerial staff below the rank of Superintendent and the members of last grade service.  Government servants paid from contingencies are excluded from the admissibility of this concession.
  2. Working out of office hours and on holidays: Members of the staff are not ordinary permitted to take papers out of the office in order to work at home and work before or after office hours.  But where the Head of the office or the office Geologist considers that the subject assistant is, for special persons, unable to finish his work within a reasonable time, he may permit the assistant to take papers to work at home.  But such permission should be accorded rarely.

As far as possible, returns due on a Sunday or other holiday will be submitted on the day preceding such Sunday or holiday.  In submitting papers to the Deputy Director or the officer concerned on such holidays the Head of the office or the office Asst. Geologist should exercise utmost discretion.

  1. Urgent work on holidays: Proper arrangements will be made for the disposal of urgent work on holidays.  When there is urgent work the Head of an office or the office Geologist will give intimation to the subject assistant concerned, who will attend to such work immediately.  No one, but those posted on turn duty on the holiday, need be required to attend office on any holiday without adequate reason.  Compensatory Leave will be given to such persons only.  Assistants, Data Entry Operators and Office Subordinates placed on turn duty should not leave the office without the permission of the Head of Office or the Mineral Revenue Officer.  All Data Entry Operators and Assistants are required to remain in the office till the Head of the office leaves, unless he/she permits them to go.
  2. Office order Book: All general instructions issued by the Head of the office from time to time for the guidance of the members of his office establishment, whether in regard to conduct, should be embodied in an office order book.  The Chief Ministerial Head of the office should be held responsible for seeing that every member of the office establishment whether temporary, acting or permanent, acquaints himself/herself at the earliest practicable date with the contents of the book, and the initials of the staff concerned obtained in the book in token of their having seen the order.
  3. f) General Discipline: While in office, all members of the establishment must be have in a quiet and dignified manner.  They must address other members of the establishment courteously.  They must attend to their work and not waste their time.  They must to maintain perfect silence, and if they have occasion to talk they must do so in a low voice so as not to disturb others.  They are particularly warned against the heinous offence of divulging to outsiders, or to other members of the establishment, any information (whether expressly marked confidential or not) that may come to their knowledge in their official capacity.  If, any advocate petitioner, or other private person applied to them for any information, they will refer him politely to the head of the office, or the Mineral Revenue Officer.  They must, of course, not accept any presents or remunerations from any visitor, party or other persons visiting the office on business nor lay themselves under obligation to such persons in any other way.  They must not have recourse to anonymous petitions or letter in order to ventilate their grievances or supposed grievances.  If any member of the office establishment thinks that he has any grievance, he may represent it in person to the Head of the office.   The head of the office will be prepared to receive visitors who wish to see him on officials matters on any working day during office hours.  But, if the staff members wish to make representations about their claims for promotion of any other matters, it is more convenient if they do so, in writing, when their contentions can be examined at leisure with reference to the records and rules.  Long-winded verbal representations are apt rather to confuse and irritate the officer addressed (who is likely to be able to remember all the circumstances of the case or to discuss it without records) than benefit the person addressing him.
  4. Tidiness and cleanliness of the office: As waste paper box or basket must be kept within a convenient distance of every member of the staff.  Waste paper must be thrown into it and not on the floor.  Stationery and records must be arranged tidily in the assistant alminrahs exposed to dust.  All rubbish and obsolete forms or publications must be cleared away, not loft to litter the office.  The office and the officers rooms must be properly swept and dusted daily.  The office Senior Office Subordinate in sub-offices is responsible for seeing that this is done and neglect on his part in this respect will be seriously viewed.  For this purpose he must be present at the office not later than 9.30 A.M. on every working day.
  5. Sign Boards:
  • An office should have a sign board indicating the name of the Department, and the designation of the officer-in-charge. This board should be kept cleanly painted and exhibited in a proper place to ensure its purpose.
  • The premises should be kept clean and tidy. The path or road, if any, leading to the building should be clean.  The office should have a compound wall by using the services of the Chowkidar.

The territorial jurisdiction of the Office of the Asst. Director of Mines & Geology is Mahabubabad District.

Powers and Duties of Officers and Employees

[Section 4(1)(b)(ii)]

2.1       Asst. Director of Mines & Geology :

  1. In-charge of the Mahabubabad District.
  2. Receiving, Processing of Mineral Concession Applications and submission of proposals to the Director of Mines and Geology, Hyderabad for grant of Quarry Leases in respect of Granite (Black and Colour) 31 Minerals and Major Minerals.
  3. Receiving, processing and Submission of Proposals to the Deputy Director of Mines and Geology, Warangal for grant of Quarry Leases in respect of Building Stone and Road Metal, Gravel/Earth and Other Minor Minerals.
  4. Issue of Transit Forms / Transit Passes to the lease holders / Unit holders for transportation of Minerals.
  5. Inspection of applied and leased areas etc., Devote on an average not less than 10 days in a month for field work, Inspection of Mines, Quarries (not less than 10 working mines and 5 working quarries in a month)  without detriment to office work.
  6. Checking of illegal extraction and transportation of minerals.
  7. Finalization of Mineral Revenue Assessments and submission to the Deputy Director of Mines and Geology, Warangal in respect of both Mining Leases and Quarry Leases.
  8. Submission of various periodicals such as Expenditure, RTI Act, Mineral Revenue, Court Cases, MC Applications and Penalty Collections to the Director of Mines & Geology of Mines & Geology, Hyderabad / Deputy Director of Mines and Geology, Warangal.
  9. Submission of Quarterly Returns on RTI Act and IBM to the Director of Mines & Geology of Mines & Geology, Hyderabad / Deputy Director of Mines and Geology, Warangal
  10. Submission of Quarterly Returns on collection of Seiniorage Fee to the Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Praja Parishad, Mahabubabad.
  11. Execution of Mining and Quarry Lease deed and Enforcement of rules and covenants of Mining Lease, Prospecting Licence and Quarry lease deeds.
  12. Inspection of Mineral Based Industries.
  13. Any other matters relating to Mines and Minerals and administration of Mining Rules, Regulations and Acts etc.
  14. Prompt submission of bills to District Treasury Office.
  15. Regular Monitoring of Reconciliation of Receipts / Expenditure of both of the office and District offices in the region.
  16. Prompt replies to Local Audit Reports / Internal Audit Paras.
  17. Issuing of Rejoinders on Adverse news items being published in the press.

2.2       Asst. Geologist :

  1. In the absence of the Asst. Director of Mines & Geology shall open all tappals except confidential letters, D.O. Letters and name covers addressed to the Asst. Director of Mines & Geology and initiate action.
  2. In-charge of Attendance Register and responsible for maintenance proper discipline in the office and for smooth functioning of the office.
  3. Scrutiny of all the files put up by all the Gazetted and Non-Gazetted staff both Technical and Non-Technical and put-up the draft proposals and submit them to the Asst. Director of Mines & Geology for final orders.
  4. Inspection of applied and leased areas etc., Devote on an average not less than 10 days in a month for field work, Inspection of Mines, Quarries (not less than 10 working mines and 5 working quarries in a month)  without detriment to office work.
  5. Review of monthly reports (lease wise).
  6. Collection, Compilation and Analyzing of statistical data relating to mines, minerals and mineral revenue.
  7. Finalizations of Mineral Revenue Assessments etc.,
  8. Geologist shall see that various items of work like answering of Audit paras (both Accounts General’s Audit and Internal Audit), reconciliation of figures on expenditure, submission of all periodicals to the Director of Mines & Geology / Collectors etc., submission of para wise remarks / Counter affidavits in respect Court Cases and submission of remarks on Revisions / Appeals / Petitions, submission of bills to Treasury are attended to and completed according to the due dates with the close coordination of the concerned Technical and Non-Technical staff members.
  9. Scrutiny of personal and periodical registers and arrears lists of each Section-Assistant concerned every month and any tendency to delay in disposals, bring to the notice of the Asst. Director of Mines & Geology.
  10. Review of pending Mineral Concession applications every fortnight with respective Assistants and monitor for early disposal.
  11. Any other work as entrusted from time to time.

2.3       Royalty Inspector :

  1. In the absence of the Asst. Director of Mines & Geology / Asst. Geologist shall open all tappals except confidential letters, D.O. letters and name covered addressed to the Asst. Director of Mines & Geology and initiate action.
  2. Inspection of Mines and Quarries and applied areas for grant of Quarry Leases / Mining Leases.
  3. Check measurement of blocks in Granite quarries before transportation through valid Transit Forms to be issued by this office.
  4. Incharge of all lease files of both Major and Minor Leases and attending the correspondence related on.
  5. Submission of files for issue of Dispatch Permits / Transit Passes to lease holders / unit holders.
  6. Field investigations as entrusted by the Director of Mines and Geology.
  7. Preparation of Technical reports.
  8. Assistance to the public with reference to the Geological and mineral data.
  9. Checking of vehicles carrying the minerals.
  10. Enquiring into illicit mining and quarries and illicit transportation of minerals.
  11. Periodical inspection of the leased areas (not less than 10 working and 10 non-working mines in a month).
  12. Inspection of illegal mining / quarrying areas.
  13. Collection of dispatch data from various sources (Railways, Commercial Tax Officers & Check posts etc.,)
  14. Checking of Mineral Based Industries and Collection of related data.
  15. Checking of Weighment of ores / Minerals (all the working mines should be covered at least once in two years).
  16. Checking of the accounts of the lessees for finalization of MRAs.
  17. Answering enquiries on different minerals by parties and attending to petitions.
  18. Attending to correspondence relating to Sand files if any.
  19. Attending to correspondence relating to Vigilance and Enforcement files of the region.
  20. Submission of periodicals in respect of Vigilance, Illegal & Mining, IBM and others if any.
  21. Any other work as entrusted from time to time.

2.4       Surveyor :

  1. Conducting of Survey and Demarcation of applied area for grant of Mineral Concessions.
  2. Check survey of the existing leased areas to observe encroachments and report.
  3. Maintenance of Topo-Sheets and Maps.
  4. Processing and Disposal of mineral concession applications of both Major and Minor Minerals.
  5. Checking of Encroachments if any in respect of ML / QL areas.
  6. Preparation of Maps / Sketches.
  7. Any other work as entrusted from time to time.

2.5  Technical Assistant :

  • Inspection of Mines and Quarries and applied areas for grant of Quarry Leases / Mining Leases.
  • Check measurement of blocks in Granite quarries before transportation through valid Transit Forms to be issued by this office.
  • Field investigations as entrusted by the Director of Mines and Geology.
  • Preparation of Technical reports.
  • Checking of vehicles carrying the minerals.
  • Enquiring into illicit mining and quarries and illicit transportation of minerals.
  • Periodical inspection of the leased areas (not less than 10 working and 10 non-working mines in a month).
  • Inspection of illegal mining / quarrying areas.
  • Collection of dispatch data from various sources (Railways, Commercial Tax Officers & Check posts etc.,)
  • Collection of data on Mineral Based Industries and maintenance of all files related to Mineral Dealers of the Region.
  • Checking of Weighment of ores / Minerals (all the working mines should be covered at least once in two years).
  • Checking of the accounts of the lessees for finalization of MRAs.
  • Any other work as entrusted from time to time.

2.6       Senior Assistant :

  1. In-charge of Inward and Outward.
  2. Maintenance of Service Postage Stamp account.
  3. Local Delivery Register.
  4. Distribution of currents to concerned section Assistants through Distribution Register.
  5. Maintenance of Personal files, Service Registers and Casual Leave Register of all the officers and staff members.
  6. Maintenance of stores, stationery and furniture with relevant registers.
  7. In-charge of all old records with relevant Register.
  8. Maintenance of Tour Diary files of officers and Technical Staff.
  9. Submission of Monthly / Quarterly / Annually periodicals in respect of RTI Act, Expenditure and Employment.
  10. Incharge of Temporary Permit files and submission for orders.
  11. Maintenance of Other Departmental Collections Register and conversion of Cheques in to Challans.                                             

Procedure Followed in Decision-making Process

[Section 4(1)(b)(iii)]

The procedure of disposal of Mineral Concession applications
Sl.No Item Authority concerned Rule Provision

1.

Processing of MC applications for any minor minerals (except sand granite useful for cutting and polishing and Marble) and submission of proposals to the DDM&G, Wgl  for grant of quarry leases

ADM&G / DDM&G

Under Rule 12 Telangana State Minor Mineral Concession  Rules, 1966 under Rule 

2.

Processing of MC applications in respect of  granite useful for cutting and polishing and Marble and 31 Minerals and  submission of proposals to the DM&G, Hyd for grant of quarry leases

ADM&G / DM&G

   Rule 12 (5) (a) (i) of TSMMC Rules 1966

3

Submission of Proposals to the DDM&G, Wgl for revocation  of quarry lease grant orders  

 

 in case of other than Granite, Marble and 31 Minerals for non-execution of quarry lease deed within stipulated period of 90 days from the date of grant.

ADM&G  / DDM&G

   Under Rule 13 (1) of TSMMC Rules 1966

4

Submission of Proposals to the DM&G, Hyd  for revocation of Grant Orders in case  of Granite, Marble and 31 Minerals for non-execution of quarry lease deed within stipulated period of 60 days from the date of grant.

ADM&G / DM&G

   Under Rule 12 (5) (e) of TSMMC Rules 1966

5

Submission of Proposals to the DDM&G, Wgl  for acceptance of  Surrender of Quarry Leases other than Granite and Marble and 31 Minerals

ADM&G / DDM&G

Under Rule 16 (2) of TSMMC Rules 1966

6

Submission of Proposals to the DM&G, Hyd for acceptance of Surrender of Quarry Leases for Granite, Marble and 31 Minerals.

ADM&G / DM&G

   Under Rule 16 (2) of TSMMC Rules 1966

7

Submission of Proposals to the DDM&G, Wgl  to declare the leases as lapsed in case of quarry leases other than granite which are not worked for more than 6 months

ADM&G / DDM&G

Under Rule 17 (1) of TSMMC Rules 1966

8

Submission of Proposals to the DM&G, Hyd to  declare the leases as lapsed in case of Granite, Marbles and 31 Minerals for non-working  more than 2 years.

ADM&G / DM&G

Under Rule 12 (5) (h)(vii) (xvi) of TSMMC Rules 1966

9.

Submission of  proposals to the DDM&G, Wgl for determination of quarry leases in respect of any Minor Minerals except  Granite, Marble and 31 Minerals in case of violations / breaches of Rules.

ADM&G / DDM&G

Under Rule 31 (xvi) of TSMMC Rules 1966

10

Submission of  proposals to the DM&G, Hyd for determination of quarry leases in respect of granite, Marble and 31 Minerals  in case of violations / breaches of Rules

.

ADM&G / DM&G

Under Rule 12 (5) (h)(xii) of TSMMC Rules 1966

11

Assessing and Imposing of Penalty amount in respect of illegal Quarrying and Transporting of Minor Minerals.

ADM&G

Under Rule 26 of TSMMC Rules 1966

12

Submission of proposals for issue of  necessary certificate for collection of dues under RR Act from defaulters to the DDM&G, Wgl.

ADM&G / DDM&G

Under Rule   29 of TSMMC Rules 1966

 

3.2       Responsibilities of the Lessees

Reconnaissance Permit :: To be executed within 90 days as per Rule 7(A) of Mineral Concession Rules, 1960.

Sl. No.

Item

Authority concerned

Time Limit

Governing Acts & Rules.

1.

Relinquishment of the area

By Permit Holder

After two years relinquished 1000 Sq.Kms. or 50% of the area granted

Rule 7(1)(i)(a) of MC Rules, 1960.

2.

Further relinquishment

-do-

At the end of 3rd year the permit holder to hold any 25 Sq.Kms.

Rule 7(1)(i)(b) of MC Rules, 1960.

3.

Not to enter into Forest area

-do-

Permit holder not to enter into Forest areas.

Rule 7(1)(iv) of MC Rules, 1960.

4.

To submit report

-do-

Six monthly progress reports to be submitted to State Government

Rule 7(1)(vi) of MC Rules, 1960.

5.

To submit Data

-do-

The permit holder shall submit the data within 3 months of expiry of the permit

Rule 7(1)(vii) of MC Rules, 1960.

 

3.3       Prospecting Licence :

To be executed within 90 days under Rule 15(1) of Mineral Concession Rules, 1960.

 

Sl. No.

Item

Party concerned

Time Limit

Rule.

1.

To plug all bores and fill up or fence all excavations in the area under licence.

Licensee

6 months of determination or abandonment  of PL

14(1)(iv)

2.

To report discovery of any mineral not specified in the licensee

-do-

60 days of such discovery

14(1)(iv)

3.

To report progress of PL work to submit full report on expiry / termination of licence

-do-

6 monthly reports

16

 

3.4       Mining Lease

To be executed within 6 months under Rule 31 of Mineral Concession Rules, 1960.

Sl. No.

Item

Party concerned

Time Limit

Rule.

1.

To apply for PL/ML for another mineral found in the leased area and notified to the lease holder.

Lessee

6 months of notifying to him.

24(5)

2.

To commence Mining Operations

-do-

1 year

27(1)

3.

To pay Royalty or remedy the breach of terms and conditions

-do-

60 days from receipt of notice

27(5) & Rule, 45(iv)

4.

Payment of fee for Revival of lapsed lease

-do-

3 months before the expiry of the period

28(2)

5.

To apply for renewal of lease

-do-

12 months before the expiry of the lease

24A(1)

6.

To give notice to the State Government of determination (Surrender) of the lease.

-do-

12 months

29 & Rule 45(v)

7.

To send copies of every licence (Lease granted or renewed to IBM)

-do-

Two months of grant / Renewal

Rule, 57

8.

To report discovery of Atomic Minerals to the Department Atomic Energy and State Director of Mines and Geology.

-do-

60 Days of discovery

 

3.5              Minor Minerals

Time stipulations laid down under Telangana State Minor Mineral Concession Rules, 1966.

 

Sl. No.

Item

Party concerned

Time Limit

Rule.

1.

Payment of advance dead rent

Lessee

Before one month of the expiry of financial year

Schedule 1 and Schedule III under Rule 10 (1)

2.

Execution of the Quarry Lease deed for other than granite

Grantee

90 days or extended period by the Director of Mines and Geology

Rule 13(1)

4.

Submission of SQP for Granite

Lessee

6 months

12(5)(c)

5.

Execution of regular Quarry Lease

Grantee

60 days

12(5)(e)

6.

Payment of fee for revival of Granite Quarry Lease

Lessee

One month from the date of receipt of lapsing order

12(5)(vii)(b)

7.

Payment of fee for acceptance of Part surrender of the leased area

Lessee

6 calendar months

16 (1)&(2)

8.

Payment of fee for revival of the lease

Lessee

30 days before the expiry of the lease

17

9.

Submission of quarterly returns

Lessee

In Form-C

28(3)

10.

Dispatch of Mineral by paying seigniorage fee in advance

Lessee

Before despatch of mineral from the quarry

34(2)

 

3.6       Mineral Revenue Assessments :

Every lease holder has to file a monthly return showing the production, despatches and closing stock etc.  While preparing the assessments, the Assistant Director of Mines and Geology will arrive the quantities removed during the year and cross – verify with the production and despatch registers maintained at the mine site and also with other departments / Mineral based Industries.  Mineral revenue assessments for every financial year will be prepared and submitted to the competent authority as per the instructions and guide lines issued by the Director of Mines & Geology, Hyderabad from time to time.

3.7       Heads of account for payment of fees and other taxes
      1. a) Royalty / Dead Rent on Major Minerals.

            0853                 –           Non Ferrous Mining and Metallurgical Industries.

            MH 102             –           Mineral Concession, Fees, Rents and Royalties.

            SH(01)              –           Royalty on Major Minerals / Dead Rent.

      1. b) Seigniorage Fee / Dead Rent on Minor Minerals :

            0853                 –           Non Ferrous Mining and Metallurgical Industries.

            MH 102             –           Mineral Concession, Fees, Rents and Royalties.

            SH(02)              –           Royalty on Minor Minerals / Dead Rent.

      1. c) Surface Rent / Land Assessment :

            0029                 –           Land Revenue

            800                   –           Other items.

            81                     –           Other receipts.

      1. d) Cess on Surface Rent / Land Assessment :

            8448                 –           District Level funds.

            109                   –           P.R. Bodies.

            03                     –           Z.P. Funds.

            001                   –           Z.P. General Funds.

      1. e) Cess on Mineral bearing lands.

            0853                 –           Non ferrous mining and metallurgical Industries.

            800                   –           Other receipts.

            04                     –           Levy of cess on mineral bearing land.

f)          Miscellaneous payments

(Application fee, Survey Charges, Interest, Appeal and Revision, penalty fees)

 

            0853                 –           Non Ferrous Mining and Metallurgical Industries.

            MH 102             –           Mineral Concession, Fees, Rents and Royalties.

            SH(81)              –           Other receipts.

Norms set for the Discharge of Functions

[Section 4(1)(b)(iv)]

      • The core functions that are carried out at District level can be divided into the following areas. 
      1. Mineral Regulatory and Development work.
      2. The duties discharged at District level are
      3.  
      1. The above duties will be discharged under different Legislations and Rules discussed in Chapter 5.

Acts / Rules / Regulations, being dealt

in the Department of Mines & Geology.

[Section 4(1)(b)(v)]

5.1       The Mines & Minerals (Development & Regulation) Act, 1957

This Act provides for obtaining Mining Leases for different Major Minerals on payment of requisit fee, rents and royalties.  It also provides knowledge about the Development and Regulation of various mineral concessions as discussed below :

      1. General restrictions on undertaking prospecting and mining operations.
      2. Procedure for obtaining Prospecting Licences or Mining Leases in respect of land in which the minerals vest in the Government.
      • Rules for regulating the grant of Prospecting licences and Mining Leases.
      1. Special powers to Central Government to undertake Prospecting or Mining operations in certain cases.
      2. Development of Minerals.
      3. The following are certain other rules governing the procedures for regulation and developmental activities laid down under the said Act.
      1. The Mineral Concession Rules, 1960.

The Mineral Concession Rules 1960 deals with the procedures of filing mineral concession applications, granting, execution and other allied norms and modalities as discussed below :

      1. Grant of reconnaissance permits.
      2. Grant of Prospecting Licences in respect of land in which the minerals vest in the Government.
      • Grant of Mining Leases in respect of land in which the minerals vest in the Government.
      1. Procedure for obtaining prospecting licences or Mining leases in respect of land in which the minerals vest in a person other than the Government.
      2. Grant of Prospecting Licences and Mining Leases in respect of land in which the Minerals vest partly in Government and partly in private persons.
      • Forms
      1. b) The Mineral Conservation and Development Rules, 1988.

The Mineral Conservation and Development Rules 1988 deals with the following issues.

      1. Reconnaissance operations.
      2. Prospecting operations.
      • Mining operations.
      1. Plans and sections.
      2. Environment
      3. Employment of Qualified persons.
      • Notices and returns.
      • Examinations of Minerals and issue of directives.
      1. Revision and penalty.
      2. c) The Granite Conservation and Development Rules, 1999.

The Granite Conservation and Development Rules 1999 deals with the following issues.

      1. Prospecting and Mining of Granite.
      2. Prospecting Operations.
      • Mining Plan.
      1. Mining Operations.
      2. Systematic and scientific mining.
      3. Employment of Qualified persons.
      • Notices and returns
      • Revision and penalty
      1. d) The Marble Development and Conservation Rules, 2002.

The Mineral Conservation and Development Rules 1988 deals with the following issues.

      1. Prospecting and Mining of Marble.
      2. Prospecting Operations.
      • Mining Plan.
      1. Mining Operations.
      2. Systematic and Scientific Mining.
      3. Employment of qualified persons.
      • Notices and returns.
      • Revision and penalty
      1. e) The Telangana State Minor Mineral Concession Rules, 1966.

The Telangana State Minor Mineral Concession Rules, 1966 deals with the follows issues.

      1. Quarrying to be under lease or permit
      2. Non-Government lands.
      • Preparation of plans and demarcation of the leased area.
      1. Forms and lease deed.
      2. Authority to grant quarry lease or permit.
      3. Disposal of sand bearing areas.
      • Seigniorage fee or Dead rent.
      • Power of the Government and the Director.
      1. Grant of lease.
      2. Disposal of applications.
      3. Security Deposit.
      • Period of lease.
      • Restriction on determination of lease.
      • Lapsing of leases.
      1. Default in payment of bid amount.
      • Levy of interest on arrears.
      • Rights under a lease.
      • Removal of sand from port limits.
      • Removal of sand etc., from the lands and tanks in-charge of the Government Department.
      1. Removal of Minor minerals from sources vested in Zilla Parishads, Municipalities, Panchayat Samithis & Gram Panchayats.
      • Quarrying or removal of sand in certain river beds.
      • Penalty for unauthorised quarrying.
      • Registered holder or any lessee held responsible for proper working of the quarry
      • Discovery of new mineral, fencing accounting etc.
      • Recovery of arrears.
      • Report to Chief Inspector of Mines.
      • Conditions of permit or lease.
      • Special conditions in the lease.
      • Head of Account to which amount should be remitted.
      • Despatch permit
      • Appeal
      • Revision
      •  
      1. f) The Telangana State Mineral Dealers’ Rules, 2000.

The Telangana State Mineral Dlealers’ Rules, 2000 deals with the following issues.

      1. Grant of Registration and its renewal
      2. Processing of Application by Deputy Director of Mines & Geology.
      • Transit
      1. Seizure and confiscation.
      • Custody of the seized property

5.2.      The Mines Act, 1952.

The Mines Act, 1952 deals with the following issues.

      1. Inspector and Certifying Surgeons.
      2.  
      • Mining operations and Management of Mines.
      1. Provisions as the Health and safety.
      2. Hours and limitation of Employment.
      3. Leave and wages
      • Regulations, Rules and Bye-laws.
      • Penalties and procedure.
      1. The following rules are framed under this act.
      1. Mines Rules, 1955.
      2. Mines (Posting up of Abstracts) Rules, 1954.
      3. Metalliferous Mines Regulations, 1961.
      4. Mines Rescue Rules, 1985.
      5. Mines Creche Rules, 1966.
      6. The Mining Leases (Modification of Terms) Rules, 1956.
      7. Mines Vocational Training Rules, 1966.

            The following other Acts and Rules are being dealt by the Department.

5.3       The Offshore Areas Mineral (Development and Regulation) Act, 2002.

5.4       Colliery Control Order, 2000.

      1. The Colliery Control Rules, 2004.

5.5       The Coal-bearing Areas (Acquisition and Development) Act, 1957.

5.6       The Coking Coal Mines (Nationalisation) Act, 1972.

      1. Coking Coal Mines (Intimation Regarding Mortgage, Charges, Lien or other Interests) Rules, 1974.
      2. Coking Coal Mines (Nationalisation) (Removal of Difficulties) Order, 1974.

5.7       The Coal Mines (Nationalisation) Act, 1973.

      1. Coal Mines (Intimation Regarding Mortgage, Charges, Lien or other interests) Rules, 1974.

5.8       The Coal Mines (Conservation and Development) Act, 1974.

5.9       The Coking Coal Mines (Emergency Provisions) Act, 1971.

5.10     The Coal Mines (Taking over of Management) Act, 1973.

      1. Coal Mines Advisory Board Rules, 1973.

5.11     The Atomic Energy Act, 1962.

      1. Atomic Energy (Working of the Mines, Minerals and Handling of Prescribed Substance) Rules, 1984.

5.12     The Oilfields (Regulation and Development) Act, 1948.

      1. I) The Petroleum and Natural Gas Rules, 1959.

5.13     The Telangana State  Mica Act, 1957.

5.14     The Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980.

      1. The Forest (Conservation) Rules, 2003.

5.15     The Telangana State Mineral Bearing Lands (Infrastructure) Cess Act, 2005.

      1. The Telangana State Mineral Bearing Lands (Infrastructure) Cess Rules, 2005.

5.16     Other Rules and Regulations dealt under Atomic energy, Petroleum and Oil Mines Legislations, Labour Laws and The Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Act, 1994.

      1. Coal Mines Regulations, 1957.
      2. The Coal Mines Pithead Bath Rules, 1959.
      • The Oil Mines Regulations, 1984.
      1. Payment of Wages (Mines) Rules, 1956.
      2. The Payment of Un-disbursed Wages (Mines) Rules, 1989.
      3. The Telangana State Panchayat Raj (Auction of Sand in the water courses vesting in Gram Panchayat) Rules, 2000.
      • The Telangana State (Mineral) Offences Award Rules, 1976.

Categories of Documents held by the Department.

[Section 4(I)(b)vi]

Category of Documents held at Regional Level.

6.1       Files relating to Applications filed under Telangana State Mineral Concession Rules, 1966 and Telangana State Mineral Dealers Rules, 2000

      1. Quarry Leases for different Minor Minerals (Other than Granite, Marble and Sand) and 31 Minerals
      2. Mineral Dealer Registrations for Mineral Based Industries and Traders.

6.2       Files relating to Administration, Establishment and Accounts.

6.3       Files relating to confidential reports of sub-ordinate officers and staff.

6.4       Files relating to Petitions from CM Peshi, Public Grievances, Press clippings, Vigilance Cases etc.

6.5       Files relating to Monthly periodicals, Quarterly periodicals and Annual Periodicals to be submitted to the Hierarchy.

6.6       File relating to Mineral Revenue Collections.

6.7       Registers of

      1. Inward and outward.
      2.  
      3. Applications received for Minor Minerals (Other Granite, Marble and Sand) under Telangana State Mineral Concession Rules,1966 and Andhra Pradesh Mineral Dealers Rules,2000.
      4. Execution of lease deeds (both for Major and Minor separately).
      5. Show Cause Notices.
      6. Determination of leases.
      7. Revenue Recovery Act.
      8. Mineral Revenue
      9. UD pay.
      10. Cash Book.
      11. Treasury Bill.
      12. Pay bill.
      13. Contingent Bills.
      14. Permanent Advance.
      15. Log book of Hired vehicle.
      16. Refund of Security Deposits made for Mineral Dealer Registrations.

 Arrangement for consultation with, or representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of policy or implementation thereof

[Section 4(1)(b)vii]

No such provision / arrangement exists as of now at District / Regional level.  However, Government while revising the rates of Seigniorage Fee and formulating any new policy in respect of Minor Minerals consult the mining entrepreneurs.

Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies constituted as part of Public Authority

[Section 4(1)(b)viii]

            As per Rule 4 of Telangana State Sand Mining Rules 2015 the District Level Sand Committee shall consists of the following officers.

As per Rule 4 of Telangana State Sand Mining Rules 2015 the District Level Sand Committee shall consists of the following officers

( a)

District Collector

Chairman

(b)

Joint Collector

Vice-Chairman

( c)

Project Officer, ITDA concerned

Member

(d)

District Panchayat Officer

Member

(e)

Dy. Director Ground Water Department

Member

(f)

Executive Engineer, Irrigation/ River Conservator.

Member

(g)

Executive Engineer,  Rural Water Supply       

Member

(h)

Environmental Engineer, TS Pollution Control Board

Member

(i)

Nominee of TS Mineral Dev Corp. Ltd., (TSMDC)

Member

(j)

Asst. Director of Mines & Geology (concerned)

Member convener

 

 The minutes of District Level Sand Committee are accessible for public.

The Directory of Officers and Employees.

[Section 4(1)(b)ix]

Officers and staff on role as on 31.10.2020
Sl.No Designation Name of the Employee Contact Mobile Number
   

I. OFFICERS

 

1

Asst. Director of Mines and Geology

Sri G. Raghu Nandan Reddy

9440714464

2

Asst. Geologist

Sri R. Ravinder

9440678429

3

Royalty Inspector

Sri Sriram Naresh

9849697650 & 7981588281

   

II. STAFF

 

4

Technical Assistant

Vacant from 03.01.2019

 –

5

Senior Assistant

Smt. E. Venkata Ramana

9704616609 & 8519873560

6

Surveyor

Smt. G. Shailaja

8978837354 & 7013422059

7

Office Subordinate

Sri J. Salmon

9912332826

   

III. Outsourcing

 

8

Data Entry Operator

Smt. K. Devi Bhavani

9912117110

9

Office Subordinate

Sri. E. Madhukar

9866909906

 

Monthly Remuneration received by each Officer
Sl.No Name and Designation Scale of Pay in Rs.(in RPS,2010) Basic Pay Gross Pay Net pay

1.

Sri G. Raghu Nandan Reddy, Asst. Director of Mines and Geology

37100 – 91450

64670

94843

82523

2.

Sri R. Ravinder, Asst. Geologist

35120 – 87130

48600

71220

56410

3.

Sri Sriram Naresh, Royalty Inspector

29760 – 80930

31460

46115

40804

4.

Technical Assistant

Vacant

5.

Smt. E. Venkata Ramana, Senior Assistant

22460  – 66330

29760

43641

37437

6.

Smt. G. Shailaja, Surveyor

24440 – 71510

33220

48707

42861

7

Sr. J. Salmon,                                Office subordinate

15030 – 46060

43680

64061

54296

8.

Smt. K. Devi Bhavani

Data Entry Operator (Outsourcing)

15000 (Consolidated)

15000

18187

13087

9

Sri. E. Madhukar,

Officesubordings (Outsourcing)

12000 (Consolidated)

12000

14430

10470

 

Budget Allocated to Each Agency including Plans etc.

[Section 4(1)(b)xi]

Generally the Government releases budget in two spells i.e., for 1st and 2nd quarters at one time and 3rd and 4th quarters separately.

The budget allotted to this office by the Director of Mines and Geology, Hyderabad for the years 2019-20 & 2020-21 ( up to September’2020) and the expenditure incurred is shown below.

      • Expenditure Incurred during 2019-20

Sl. No.

Head of Account

02853-02- 001-03

Sub Head

Allotment

Incurred

Balance

1.

010 – Salaries

526115

2.

013–Dearness Allowance

307034

3.

020 – Wages

5340

4884

456

4.

111 – T.A

84700

78525

6175

5.

131 – SPTT

11880

10000

 

6.

132 – O.O.E

24200

19978

 

7.

133 – Elec / Water

10357

10357

 

8.

134 – Hire Vehicle Charges

165000

165000

 

9.

140 – R.R.T

10.

200 – Other Admn Exp

11.

510 – M.M.V

12.

300 – O.C.S

393010

389670

3340

 

Total

694487

1511563

9971

11.2  Budget Allotted  for the year 2020-21 (up to 2nd quarter ending September 2020) and Expenditure incurred up to October’2020.

Sl. No.

Head of Account

02853-02- 001-03

Sub Head

Allotment

Incurred

Balance

1.

010 – Salaries

517291

2.

013–Dearness Allowance

153406

3.

020 – Wages

3350

3350

4.

111 – T.A

50400

50400

5.

131 – SPTT

10000

5000

5000

6.

132 – O.O.E

12000

6000

6000

7.

133 – Elec / Water

12000

12000

8.

134 – Hire Vehicle Charges

66000

66000

 

9.

140 – R.R.T

10.

200 – Other Admn Exp

11.

510 – M.M.V

12.

300 – O.C.S

211006

209474

1532

 

Total

364756

957171

78282

 

Manner of Execution of Subsidy Programmees

[Section 4(1)(b)xii]

This issue does not relate to Mines & Geology Department.

Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or

authorizations granted by the Department.

[Section 4(1)(b)xiii]

            In the following items, Mines & Geology Department issues Leases, Licences, Permits and Passes.

13.1     The MM (D&R) Act, 1957 and The MC Rules, 1960.

      All the Reconnaissance Permits, Prospecting Licences, Mining Leases will be granted under the provisions of said Act and Rules to the public / firms / Companies / Government Undertakings.

13.2     The Telangana State Minor Mineral Concession Rules, 1966.

      • All the Prospecting Licences for Granite and Marble, Quarry Leases for Granite and Marble and other minor minerals except sand will be granted under the provisions of said Act and Rules to the public / firms / Companies / Government Undertakings.
      • Temporary Permits in respect of Minor Minerals other than Granite and Marble will be issued under the provisions of said Rules.
      • One time permit per Annum per kiln in respect of country bricks and tiles will be issued under the provisions of said rules.

13.3     The Telangana State Mineral Dealers’ Rules, 2000.

      • Grant of Registration and Renewal of Dealers’ licences.
      • Issue of Transit Passes.

Details in-respect of the information available to or held by

the Department reduced in an electronic form

[Section 4(1)(b)xiv]

            Utilization of Computer in the Department of Mines & Geology has been started during the year 1998.  Online Software has been specially developed to keep the information reduced in an electronic form.  However the day to day correspondence etc., are being done efficiently and quickly with the help of computer and through online.

The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use.

[Section 4(1)(b)xv]

            In the organization of Mines & Geology Department, the Apex body of administration are at Secretariat and Directorate at state level.  The core functions are carried out in the districts that have direct interface with the public.   As such the District Offices will provide the required information to the public as regards to the connected Legislations, Rules and procedures. 

            There is no provision for maintenance of a Library or a reading room.

Names and Designations of Public Information Officers.

[Section 4(1)(b)xvi]

            As per Section 5(1) & (2) and Sub-section (1) of Section 19 of the Right to Information Act, 2005 the following are designated as State Public Information Officer and State Assistant Public Officer and 1st Appellate Authority to District Level.

 

Sl. No.

Designation under the Act

Name and Official Designation

1.

Assistant Public Information Officer.

Sri. R. Ravinder

Asst. Geologist

Mobile No. 9440678429

2.

Public Information Officer

Sri G. Raghu  Nandan Reddy,

Asst. Director of Mines & Geology,

Mobile No. 9440714464

3.

1st Appellate Authority

Sri. P. Madhu Sudan Reddy,

Deputy Director of Mines & Geology, Warangal.

Mobile No. 9849679826

 

 

Other Useful Information

[Section 4(1)(b)xvii]

17.1     RESOURCE INFORMATION IN RESPECT OF MAHABUBABAD DISTRICT

Mahabubabad District is carved out of erstwhile Warangal District formed on 11.10.2016. The District comprises of 16 mandals  and 2 Revenue Divisions – Mahabubabad and Thorrur. The District has latitude of 170 35’55.101”N and longitude of 8000’19.733”E.  It is bordered by Mulugu district in the north, Khammam District in the south, Bhadradri Kothagudem in the east and Janagoan and Warangal Rural Districts in the West.  Mahabubabad Town is the District Head Quarters of the Mahabubabad District.  The  prominent Towns in the District are Mahabubabad, Thorrur, Dornakal and Maripeda.  National Highway No. 365 connecting Sironcha to Nakerekhal and the National Highway from Rayapatnam to Devarapally is passing through Thorrur and Maripeda Towns of the Districts. The broad gauge railway Line passes Warangal, Hyderabad, Bengalore, New Delhi,  Vijayawada, Vishakapatnam, Howrah and Chennai,.

GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCE OF MAHABUBABAD DISTRICT:

The Mahabubabad District comprises of Achaeans, Pakhals (Puranas) and Recent Alluvium.  Achaean rocks comprise of Granite Gneisses and schists, intruded by Dolerite Dykes.  Pakhals (Puranas) consisting rocks of sedimentary origin and are represented by the Pakhals and Alluvium of recent formation.

 

The Geological succession with percentage of Geographical distribution in the District is given below:

 

Recent                         Alluvium                                               Laterite

——————– ——–Unconformity ——————————————————-

Mulugu Group                                     Jakaram Arkose

——————– ——–Unconformity ——————————————————-

Mallampally Group                              Pandikunta Shale, Arkose, Sand

                                                            Stones Mallamapally / Gunjedu

                                                            Dolomite, Bayyaram Quartzite.

—————————-Unconformity ——————————————————-

Achaeans                    Dharwars                     Granites, Gneisses & Schists.

____________________________________________________________

ARCHAEANS:

The Achaean Crystalline rocks are the oldest rock formations, which include (a) older metamorphic comprising banded magnetite quartzites and Hornblende schist, Chlorite schist and amphibolites, (b) Peninsular gneisses complex comprising garnet-biotite-gneisses, grey granodiorite, prophyritic granite and intruded by dolerite, porphyry dolerite and apalite veins.   

The Dharwars in the District consisting mainly of banded ferruginous quartzites and Talc-Chlorite Schists some important.  The peninsular gneisses complex  chiefly comprise of Granites of varying composition.  The Granites are generally exposed in the form of dome like masses of various sizes.  They are Grey and Pink in colour, Medium to coarse grained and are also porpherytic in texture, consisting of mainly quartz, feldspars and mica as essential minerals.

Black Granite (Dolerite & Amphibolite)

The Granites are intruded by numerous dolerite dykes, quartz and pegmatite veins at various places.  The dolerite Dyke varies in length from few meters to kilometers and width varying upto 300 mts.  The Dolerite dykes are commercially extracted under commercial name of Black Granites, which are having good export market at present.  Number of Quarry Leases have been granted for Black Granite in these Dolorite dykes.  The deposits occurring in the villages of Intikanne,  Somaram and Madipally are considered to be the best quality of Black Granite in the state, but are yielding small sizes of blocks.  The deposits occurring around Theegalaveni, Inugurthy, Arpanapally, Chinnanagaram and Kesamudram are also considered to be good, because of their capability to yield large blocks of sizes varying between 2 to 3 cubic meters and are considered to highly valuable.  Other prominent areas of commercial importance in the District are Mannegudem and Chilakoyyalapadu.

PURANAS:

The district comprises lower Pakhal Super Group rocks i.e Bollapalli conglomerates, Gunjeda dolomites of Mallapally Group and Jakaram arkose of Mulugu Group

RECENT (Laterite and Alluvium):

Alluvium comprising of admire of the fine to coarse grained sand silt clay Gravel, which occur either as Terrace deposit of flood plains along the Western Bank of the Godavari River and Limited extent along the stream coarse of Peddavagu, Yeshwanthavagu, Akeru and Munneru Rivers.

            Mahabubabad district is enriched with minerals like Iron Ore, Dolomite, Barytes, Black Granite, Multi Colour Granite and rough stone useful for building stone and Road Metal.

IRON ORE:  During the Achaean era parts of district was occupied by two vast geosynclines, which got deposition of sediments in them.  Later they were subjected to diastrophic movement resulting in folding, faulting and uplifting and subjected to Metamorphism. Phakhal (Equivalent of Cuddapah) and Gondwanas are the main stratigraphic units with  which Iron-ore of this area associated.   A part of pakhala super group belongs to middle to late proterozoic group, which is overlying on peninsular gneissic granite of Archean era prominent non-conformity.  In this region mallampalli group of rocks containing ferruginous  sand stone, hematitic Iron-ore and Laterite etc.  The ore bodies are associated with and derived from banded Hematite Quartzite.  The original rock consists of alternate ribbons of quartz, Jasper and Hematite from which the silica has been leached our having rich ore bodies.  Chemically these iron ores are hematite’s with composition Fe2O3.

            Iron ore is the second most abundant metal in the earth’s crust next to aluminum.  Iron-Ore deposits in general associated with stratigraphic units of Dharwar, Cuddapah and Gondwanas.  Here the Hematite varieties of Iron-Ore deposits are found associated with rocks of Dharwar sediments.  These deposits are classified as bedded deposts.  The Banded-Hematitic-Quartzites occurs here within the Phakal stage of Dharwar strata.  Hematite deposts occurs as residual concentraition deposits, formed from the former sedimentary ferruginous beds by the leaching out of lilica & other substances by meteoric waters and furhter enrichment of ferric oxide by magmatic waters.

Occurrence: Iron ore deposits are available in Bayyaram and Gudur mandal of Mahabubabad District.

The Government of Telangana has entered MOU with Geological Survey of India (GSI) in estimation of the iron ore reserves in the district. The GSI has already completed the estimation of the reserves in Bayyaram sector and at present active exploration and drilling is being carried out in Gudur sector.

 BARYTES AND DOLOMITE: The rock units, exposed in this region of the subject area belong to Parkal Basin of Proterozoic sediments of Godavari Rift Valley.  The Pakal supergroup is subdivided into 1)Mallampalli Group: 2) Mulugu Group & 3) Albaka Sandstone.  The subject are comes under Mallampalli Group and it is further subdivided into three formations as shown in following table.

    The Baryte is formed by the sedimentary deposit of Gunjed formation belongs to Mallampalli group in Pakal super group.  It is noticed that the Barytes occurs as pockets, stringers or veins, ranging in width from few centimeters to 06 meters in the strike direction of N-S & dipping 15o  to 18o  due ease.  The mineralization of the barytes is followed by Quartzite. Even though the area is covered by the soil and scree, the mineral (Barytes) and the host rock (Cherty Dolomite) are seen exposed to surface on SW side of the area at higher altitudes and it is exposed to a thickness of 5 m in old pits, located in this area. There is considerable Barytes is available in the area

Black Granite available in the district is being quarried by various private lease holders. Building Stone & Road Metal is also quarried from grey granite hillocks which are useful for civil construction and infrastructure projects.

GEOMORPHOLOGY AND GEOHYDROLOGY:

            The District is pediment pediplain complex with residual hills of Granite standing out prominently in a in a flat country. The prominent hills are  Mahabubabad,  Bayyaram, Guduru, Kothaguda, Gangaram, Kesamudram, Kuravi and Narasimhulapet Mandals of Mahabubabad District and three sets of dyke ridges are formed East-West directions from Thorrur Mandal to Guduru Mandal.

            Some area is a pediplain on sedimentary rocks of Pakhal and Gondwanas. The quartzites and sandstones stand out in the pediplain forming structural ridges. A prominent water bodies in the form of Pakhal Lake and Bayyaram Cheruvu (Thularam Project-manmade). The Munneru, Aakeru and Vatti vagu streams are passing to some Mandals in the District.

            The groundwater potentiality is good in the sedimentary belt whereas in hard rock area it is mostly along the fractures. The District can be divided in to 2 zones on the basis of their geohydrological parameters. The southern half is made of granitic moderate permeability, low specific yield and moderate yield prospects. Zone-II occupied by Pakhal sedimentraies has a low permeability, low specific yield and moderate yield prospects.

SOIL AND LANDUSE:

            The District is made of most of the area covered with Loamy soil, black Catton soil and red soil. The forest covered area is 45.71%.         

GEOTECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND NATURAL HAZARDS:

            The most of the area occupied by Granites and gneisses has a low permeability, moderate to high bearing capacity / compressive strength and very good foundation characters.

            The Pakhals have low permeability, moderately high compressive strength and good foundation characters.

            Seismologically, the District falls in three zones, i.e., Zone-I is seen at the eastern and western ends of the District, while Zone-III is seen in the central part. Zone-II is seen on either side of zone-III.

17.2    How to Transport Minerals:

According to Rule 27(2)(a) of MC Rules, 1960, the State Government has to specify the rate, time limit and mode of payment of royalty.  In pursuance of the above the State Government has issued the order in G.O.Ms.No. 674, Industries & Commerce Department, dt. 27-06-1975 the time limit and mode of payment of royalty for the quantities intended to be dispatched.  In the lease deed executed by the lease holder in the covenant 3 of part V of form ‘K’ the rate and mode of payment of royalty has to be specified.  According to the orders issued in G.O.Ms.No. 674 Industries & Commerce Department, dt. 27-06-1975 the lessee shall in respect of the quantity of ore or mineral intended to be transported by him each time from the leased area to a place outside the said leased area pay the royalty for such quantity at the time of such transport to an officer authorized in this behalf at the rates specified in the second schedule of the MM(D&R) act, 1957.  The lessee has to file in an application in Form – A and obtain permit from an authorized officer in Form’B’ in token of having paid the royalty.

Similarly according to rule 34 of Andhra Pradesh Minor Mineral Concession Rules, 1966 in respect of minor minerals also the Quarry Lease holders is required to pay the Seigniorage Fee in advance and remove the minerals from the leased area.  The lease holders shall in respect of the quantity of minor minerals intended to be transported by him cash time from the Quarry Lease area to a place outside the quarry pay Seigniorage Fee for such quantity at the time of such transport to an officer authorized in this behalf, at the rates specified in the first schedule to rule 10(1) of Andhra Pradesh Minor Mineral Concession Rules, 1966.

17.3    Role of public in realization of taxes:

Mining sector is one of the important revenue generation to the States.  It has been identifies one of the four important growth engines in Vision 2020 document.  Minerals are natural resources which have to be exploited cautiously and consumed judiciously.  If any mineral is removed without sanction of lease as per the rules it amounts to illegal mining and causes loss of revenue to the state besides depriving the nation from proper utilization of the resource given by the nature.  Therefore, an appeal from the department to the public in this regards is to ensure that the operations are conducted within the frame work of law and contribute to the developmental activities of the State.

17.4 AN OVER VIEW ON MINING ACTIVITY IN MAHABUBABAD DISTRICT:

Mahabubabad district is enriched with minerals like Iron Ore, Dolomite, Barytes, Black Granite, Multi Colour Granite and rough stone useful for building stone and Road Metal.

 The existing leases in force both Major and Minor Minerals in the district are follows.

 Mineral-Wise existing Leases during the year 2019-20

(a)    Major Minerals

Sl.

No

Mineral

No.of M.Ls inforce

Working

Non-working

Extent in  Hects

Govt. L

P.L

R.F

Total

1.

IRON ORE

3

3

16.00

8.00

0

24.00

TOTAL

3

3

3

16.00

8.00

0

24.00

(b)   31 Minerals

Sl.

No

Mineral

No.of M.Ls inforce

Working

Non-working

Extent in  Hects

Govt. L

P.L

R.F

Total

1.

Barytes

04

04

289.008

289.008

2

Dolomite

01

01

4.048

4.048

3.

Barytes & Dolomite

02

02

41.295

27.800

69.095

4

Quartz

01

01

4.989

4.989

TOTAL

08

01

07

334.351

32.789

367.14

(c)   Minor Minerals

Sl.

No

Mineral

No. of leases in force

working

Non-working

Extent in Hects

G.L

P.L

R.F

Total

1.

Black Granite

169

39

130

126.541

156.821

4.916

286.678

2.

Colour Granite

02

01

01

1.500

4.500

6.00

3.

Stone & Metal

18

12

06

28.397

10.704

39.101

TOTAL

189

52

137

156.438

172.025

4.916

331.779

17.5 The particulars of Mineral wise Production and Dispatch of Minerals during the year 2019–20.

(a) Major Minerals

Sl.No

 Mineral

Production in M.Ts

Dispatches in  M.Ts

1.

IRON ORE

Nil

Nil

(b) 31 Minerals

Sl.No

 Mineral

Production in M.Ts

Dispatches in  M.Ts

1.

Barytes

Nil

Nil

2

Dolomite

Nil

Nil

3

Barytes & Dolomite

Nil

Nil

4

Quartz

Nil

Nil

(b) Minor Minerals

Sl. No

Mineral

Units

Production.

Dispatches

1.

Black Granite                       

M3

35867.123

35867.123

2.

Colour Granite

M3

60.266

60.266

3.

Stone & Metal

M3

19900

19900

17.6  The particulars of permits issued and royalty/ seigniorage fee   

      . Collected during the year 2019-20.

      • Major Minerals

Sl.No.

Mineral

No.of permits issued

Quantity in Mts.

Royalty collected

1.

IRON ORE

Nil

Nil

Nil

 

TOTAL:

Nil

Nil

Nil

31 Minerals

Sl.No.

Mineral

No.of permits issued

Quantity in Mts.

Royalty collected.

1.

Barytes

Nil

Nil

Nil

2

Dolomite

Nil

Nil

Nil

3

Barytes & Dolomite

Nil

Nil

Nil

4

Quartz

Nil

Nil

Nil

 (c)  Minor Minerals

Sl.

No.

Mineral

No.of permits issued

Quantity(M3)

Amount Collected

S.Fee

Cess on MBL

1.

Black Granite

473

35867.123

92933411

896704

2

Colour Granite

1

60.266

120532

1507

3

 Stone & Metal

62

19900

1487500

                           Total

536

55827.389

94541443

898211

Bricks/Tile kilns Registrations

Sl.

No.

Mineral

No.of Units

Kilns

Amount Collected

S.Fee

Cess on MBL

1.

Bricks

44    Units

65

390000

2

Tiles Kilns

09 Units

25

150000

Gravel

Sl.

No.

Mineral

No.of MT

Amount Collected

S. Fee

Cess on MBL

1.

Gravel

            —

               —

17.7 Mineral Wise Cases Booked and Penalties Collected during the year 2019-20.

Sl.No.

Mineral

No. of Cases Booked

Amount Collected

Minor Minerals:

 

 

1

Black Granite

7

406355

2

Stone & Metal

3

26058

3

Earth

2

3960

4

Sand

148

920600

5

Penalty for S&M Quarry lease

2

291600

Total:

162

1648573

  17.8  Mineral Revenue Collected during the year 2019-20.

(a) Major Minerals

Sl

NO

DISCRIPTIONS

COLLECTIONS.

Arrears

Current

1.

DR / Royalties

2.

Cess on MBL

3.

Surface Rent

4.

Cess on LA

5.

Interest

6.

Penalties

7.

Application Fee & Preliminary Charges

TOTAL:

(b) Minor Minerals (Including 31 Minerals)

Sl.No

Description

Amount Collected.

1.

Through Permit System

84711126

2.

Advance Dead Rent

25439823

3.

Arrears Collected

0

4

Temporary Permit

759648

4.

Application Fee + Survey Charges

243000

5.

Mining Plan Fee

105000

6

Land Assessment

21577

7.

Cess on Land Assessment

9199

8.

Interest

3063432

9.

Bricks / Tiles

510000

10.

Penalties Collected

1648573

11.

Cess on MBL

930634

12.

Environmental Impact Fee

0

13.

Other Department

a

By Challan

32093485

b

By Book Adjustment

19248632

TOTAL :

168784129

MINERAL REVENUE COLLECTIONS FOR THE YEAR 2020-21 (01.04.2020 TO 31.10.2020)

Sl.No.

Year

Target

Achivement

1

2020-21

The Hon’ble government has not fixed Target in this year 2020-21 to till date

591.91

17.10. DISTRICT MINERAL FOUNDATION TRUST (DMFT)

The DMFT is being collected from Mining / Quarry lease holders @ 30% on Royalty / Seigniorage fee in respect of all Major minerals & Minor minerals except Granite and 20% on Seigniorage fee in respect of Black Granite as per G.O.Ms.No.3, Ind & Comm., (M.I) Dept., Dt:20.01.2016 with retrospective effect i.e., w.e.f., 17.09.2015. An amount of Rs.11,09,61,073/- is collected up to 31.10.2020 towards DMFT. The allocation of DMFT fund shall be 30 : 70 % in respect of directly affected areas and indirectly affected areas

17.11 MANDAL WISE MINERAL WISE EXISTING QUARRY LEASES

Statement showing the Black Granite Quarry Lease List pertaining to O/o Asst. Director of Mines and Geology, Mahabubabad

 

Sl.  No.

Name and address of the  Lease holders

Mineral

Location  of the area

Mandal

Govt.

Land

Patta Land

Forest Land

 
 

1

Sri Banothu Arjuna, S/o Baxiya, Marrigudem (V), Garla (M), Khammam District

Black Granite

60/K/1 & 60/AA/1, Maddivancha (V), Garla (M)

Garla

 

1.620

 

 

2

M/s Rama Krishna Granites, Prop: S.Rama Krishna,

H.No.11-9-37/A, Bhurhanpuram, Khammam (U), Khammam District.

Black Granite

119/P, Maddivancha (V), Garla (M)

Garla

1.000

 

 

 

3

Sri G. Lachiram H.No. 5-5-1, Musthafa nagar, Khammam Dt.

Black Granite

60/AA/2 & 76/7, Maddivancha (V), Garla (M)

Garla

 

1.000

 

 

4

M/s Rama Krishna Granites,

Prop: S.Rama Krishna, H.No.11-9-37/A, Bhurhanpuram, Khammam (U), Khammam Dt.

Black Granite

119/P, Maddivancha (V), Garla (M)

Garla

1.000

 

 

 

5

M/s. Grace Granite Industries, (Transferred from Smt R. Shashikala)

Black Granite

142 of Mannegudem (V), Droanakal (M)

Dornakal

1.000

 

 

 

6

Sri M. Veerabhadram, H.No.6-1-190, V.D.O’s Colony, Khammam (Transferred from Sri M. Kiran Kumar)

Black Granite

25/EE, 25/UU & 27/EE, 27/    Mannegudem (V) Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

0.800

 

 

 

7

M/s. Nirmala Granites, Prop: Smt T. Nirmala, 5-6-148, Pakabanda Bazar, Khammam

Black Granite

136/1 of Kannegundla (V) Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

1.000

 

 

 

8

M/s Pamho Mines Pvt. Ltd., Rep by its Director: Sri Ravinder Mohan Garg (Transferred from M/s. A.G. Mines & Minerals, Prop: Sri Anju Goel) (Transferferred from M/s. Sree Devi Granites)

Black Granite

46/1 of Gollacherla (V) Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

4.000

 

 

 

9

M/s K.N.R Granites Industries, Mg.Part: Sri T. Koteswara Rao, H.No. 7-3-292/1, Dwaraka Nagar, Khammam. (Transferred from M/s. Amaravathi Granites Mg.Partner: Sri K. Kanthi Kumar H.No. 11-4-75/1, Nehurunagar, Khammam)

Black Granite

394 and 395 of Mannegudem (V) Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

1.000

 

 

 

10

M/s. Aarks Exports, Prop: Smt K. Sridevi, No.25, Vysya Bank Colony, Hasmatpet, Old Bowenpally, Secunderabad-500011

Black Granite

33/E1 to 33/E4 of Ravigudem (V) Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

1.000

 

 

11

M/s Hanvi Granites, (transfer from M/s. SCC Granites, (Transferred from M/s. Rama Granite Industries))

Black Granite

37 of Mannegudem (V) Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

1.000

 

 

 

12

M/s. U.V. Rocks, Mg. Part: Sri K. Sridhar, H.No.7-3-5, Sri Ram Hills Colony, Bonakal Road, Khammam (Transferred from M/s. Lakshmi Mega Minerals)

Black Granite

408/1 of Perumallasankesa (V) , Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

3.000

 

 

13

M/s. Grace Granites, Prop: J. Annapurna, Thodellagudem (V), Dornakal (M), Warangal

Black Granite

153, 154, 155 of Dornakal (V)&(M)

Dornakal

0.690

 

 

 

14

M/s. Venkata Sai Granites, Prop: T. Koteswari Rao,5-6-20/A/1, Pakabanda Bazar, Khammam

Black Granite

395/    of Mannegudem (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

2.000

 

 

 

15

M/s. Venkata Sai Granites, Prop: T. Koteswari Rao,5-6-20/A/1, Pakabanda Bazar, Khammam

Black Granite

395 of Mannegudem (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

1.330

 

 

16

M/s. Rani Granite Inds., Prop: Smt P. Sulochana Rani H.No. 6-1-67/1, V.D.O’s Colony, Khammam

Black Granite

170/A2, 177/A of Mannegudem (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

1.000

 

 

 

17

M/s. B.N.R. Granites, (Transferred from M/s. Raja Rajeshwari Enterprises)

Black Granite

46/1, 46/2, 38 of Gollacherla (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

3.000

 

 

 

18

M/s. Bhanu Minerals (P) Ltd., Director: Sri K.L. Prasad, T.F.8 Ram’s V.S.R. Apartments, Opp.Sidhartha Public School, Mogalfajpuram, Vijayawada

Black Granite

395/E1 of Mannegudem (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

2.000

 

 

19

M/s. Divya Granites, Prop: Sri Yugender,H. No. 10-3-158, Mamillagudem.

Black Granite

60/33 of Vennaram (V) Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

1.360

 

 

20

M/s Sai Minerals, Prop: Smt. J. Sudha Rani, H. No. 11-10-692/8/1, Bhuranpuram, Khammam

Black Granite

516/1 of Perumalasakesa (V) Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

1.000

 

 

21

M/s. Sri Venkateshwara Granites, Mg. Partner: Sri B. Narasimha Reddy, S/o Thirupathi Reddy, H.No.1-7-1346, Road No.6, Advocates Colony, Hanamkonda, Warangal (Transferred from M/s. Sri Venkateshwara Granites)

Black Granite

Sy.No.8/AA&E of Ammapalem (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

1.000

 

 

22

M/s. Sri Sai Granites, M/g. Part: Sri A. Raghava Reddy, Vandanam (Post) (V), VV Palem, Chintakani (M), Khammam

Black Granite

258/B & 259 of Uyyalawada (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

1.000

 

 

23

M/s. Bhanu Teja Granites, Prop: Sri R. Rami Reddy, H.No.764, Perumandlasankeesa (V), Dornakal (M), Mahabubabad

Black Granite

584, Perumandlasankeesa (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

1.000

 

 

24

M/s. Sri Vijaya Laxmi Granites, Prop: Smt D. Aruna, W/o Krishna Rao, H.No.7-1-106/1, Sahakarnagar, Khammam

Black Granite

308/1P, Ammapalem (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

1.000

 

 

25

M/s. Sri Vijaya Laxmi Granites, Prop: Smt D. Aruna, W/o Krishna Rao, H.No.7-1-106/1, Sahakarnagar, Khammam

Black Granite

233/B1/1/1 of Banjara H/o.Ammapalem (V) Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

1.000

 

 

26

M/s Premier Granites, Mg. Part: Sri Shaik Mujeeb, H.No.1-8-25/B, Trunck Road – Khammam (Transferred from M/s. Rasi Granites, Mg. Partn: Sri Shaik Jani, H.No.11-6-231/4, Nehru Nagar, Khammam)

Black Granite

205, 206/AA, 208/A, 208/2 & 209/AA/2, Andanalapadu H/o Mannegudem (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

sadaran

 

 

27

M/s Someshwara Granites,  Rep. by its Mg. Partner: Sri Komalla Someshwara Rao (Transferred from M/s. Sri Venkateshwara Granites)

Black Granite

411/P, Mannegudem (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

1.000

 

 

28

M/s. Srija Mines & Minerals, Director Sri M. Krishna Prasad, Plot No.502, Beti Residency, N.N. Colony, Kushaiguda, Ranga Reddy

Black Granite

107/C/28/2, 107/C/30/1 & 107/C/A/1, Ammapalem (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

2.000

 

 

29

M/s. Venkateswara Granites, Prop: Sri T. Vijay, H.No.10-6-37/4, Mamillagudem (V), Khamma

Black Granite

274/1, Mannegudem (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

1.000

 

 

30

M/s. Rama Industries, Proprietor: Sri M. Yella Reddy, H.No.10-6-17/A, Mamillagudem, Near Mandi Gate, Khammam

Black Granite

336, 377 & 341, Mannegudem (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

1.679

 

 

31

M/s Madhu Granites,

Prop:Sri Sri Kallem Madhusudhan Reddy,

H.No.1-65/1, Gollapadu Village,

Khammam Rural Mandal, Khammam District

Black Granite

303/P, 313/P, 314/P, 315, 316/P, 317/P, 318, 319, 320/P, 323/P, 338, 339/P, 340 & 342/P of Mannegudem (Vig) Dornakal (Mdl) Mahabubabad (Dist)

Dornakal

 

4.61

 

 

32

M/s Sri Granites,

Prop:Smt. Maddi Saritha,

Gurralapadu village,

Khammam Rural & District

Black Granite

409/P & 438/P of Kannegundla (Vig) Dornakal (Mdl) Mahabubabad (Dist)

Dornakal

 

0.900

 

 

33

M/s Srithik Grantie,

Mg.Ptr: Sri Maddi Yella Reddy,

H.No.10-6-17/A, Mamillagudem,

Khammam District

 

234/P, 239/P & 242/P (Patta Land) of Mannegudem (Vig) Dornakal (Mdl) Mahabubabad (Dist)

Dornakal

 

2.71

 

 

34

M/s Sri Vijaya Lakshmi Granites, Rep. by its Prop:Sri G.V.Ramana Reddy (transferred  from M/s Kalpana Granite Industries, Prop:Smt. Kovuru Kalpana)

Black Granite

358,359/2 & 352/AA/3 og Mannegudem (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

1.680

 

 

35

M/s Sri Sai Ram Black Granites,

Prop:Sri K. Seetharam Reddy,

S/o Narasimha Reddy,

Mannegudem (Vig),Dornakal (Mdl),

Mahabubabad (Dist).

Black Granite

 Sy.No. 424 of Mannegudem Village, Dornakal Mandal, Mahabubabad District

Dornakal

1.000

 

 

 

36

M/s Sri Sai Teja Granites,

Mg.Part:Sri Mula Venkata Krishna Annapurneshwara Rao,

H.No.51-10-37, Puramvari Street,

Jagannaickpur, Kakinada East Godavri-A.P.

Black Granite

 Sy.Nos. 121/P, 443/P, 444/P & 445/P of Mannegudem (Vig) Dornakal (Mdl) Mahabubabad (Dist)

Dornakal

 

4.000

 

 

37

M/s Om Sri Sai Krishna Granites,H.No. 10-5-5, Mamillagudem, Khammam

Black Granite

416 & 426 of Mannegudem (V), Ddornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

 

 

 

38

SRI SAI SRINIVASA GRANITES,H.No.1-102, Teldarpally, Khammam Rural Mandal, Khammam Dist

Black Granite

726 of Vennaram (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

1.600

 

 

 

39

M/s. Sai Sri Shankar Granites, Mg.Partner: K. Upender Reddy, Pallegudem, Khammam Rural (M), Khammam (Dt)

Black Granite

238,239, etc. of Chilkoyalapadu (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

 

2.744

 

 

40

M/s. Madhucon Granites, Jublipura, Madhu Complex, Khammam (Transferred from M/s. Lakshmi Granites)

Black Granite

443/A of Mannegudem (V) Dornakal (Dt)

Dornakal

 

1.000

 

 

41

M/s Madhucon Granites, H.No.1-7-70, Madhucomplex,  Jublipura, Khammam

Black Granite

443/A of Mannegudem (V) Dornakal (Dt)

Dornakal

 

1.000

 

 

42

M/s Midwest Granite Pvt. Ltd., Rep by its authorized signatory Sri B. Krishnama Chary (Transferred from M/s. Shri Sailaja Exports (P) Ltd.)

Black Granite

191,194 of Theegalaveni (V) Gudur (M)

Gudur

 

0.50

 

 

43

M/s. Midwest Granite (P) Ltd., Mg. Director Sri M. Ajay Babu, D. No. 8-2-684/3/25 & 26, Road No. 12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad (M/s. Reliance Granite (P) Ltd.

Black Granite

201/A, 202/A & 202/B of Theegalaveni (V) Gudur (M)

Gudur

 

2.000

 

 

44

M/s Midwest Granite Pvt. Ltd., Rep by its authorized signatory Sri B. Krishnama Chary  (Transferred from M/s. Shri Sailaja Exports (P) Ltd.,)

Black Granite

190/A/2, 191/A/1 of Theegalaveni (V), Guduru (M)

Gudur

1.13

 

 

 

45

M/s. Midwest Granites (P) Ltd., Mg. Director Sri M. Ajay Babu, D. No. 8-2-684/3/25 & 26, Road No. 12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad

Black Granite

187 of Theegalaveni (V), Gudur (M)

Gudur

1.55

 

 

 

46

M/s. Navarathna Granites, Prop: Sri Ch. Rama Rao, S/o Surya Narayana, H.No.3/B, Grace Apartment, Balavinayaka Nagar, Arumbakam, Chennai(Transferred from M/s. S.V. Granites)

Black Granite

110 of Teegalaveni (V) Gudur (M)

Gudur

 

1.000

 

 

47

M/s. Sri Balaji Granites, Prop: Sri B. Latchya, H. No. 1-7-1341, Road No. 6 Advocates Colony, Hanamkonda, Warangal

Black Granite

132 of Damaravancha (V) Guduru (M)

Gudur

 

1.000

 

 

48

Sri Kataveena Mallesham, H.No.5-11-1164, Hanuman Nagar, Warangal District (Transferred from Sri B. Lalu)

Black Granite

210/1 of Mattewada (V) Gudur (M)

Gudur

 

1.000

 

 

49

M/s. Shri Sailaja Exports (P) Ltd., Director: Smt. K.Sailaja Reddy, W/o K. Subba Reddy No. 54 (old No. 68) Cathedral Road, Chennai

Black Granite

193, 195 & 198 of Theegalaveni (V) Gudur (M)

Gudur

2.200

 

 

 

50

M/s. Midwest Granite (P)  Ltd., Mg. Director Sri M. Ajay Babu, D. No. 8-2-684/3/25 & 26, Road No. 12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad

Black Granite

187, 188, 189 & 192 of Theegalaveni (V), Guduru (M)

Gudur

 

4.234

 

 

51

M/s. Midwest Granite (P)  Ltd., Mg. Director Sri M. Ajay Babu, D. No. 8-2-684/3/25 & 26, Road No. 12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad

Black Granite

201 of Theegalaveni (V), Guduru (M)

Gudur

 

1.64

 

 

52

M/s Nanditha Mines & Minerals,H.No. 8-5-57/5, Devi Nilayam, Near Vicinity Hospital, Old Bowenpally, Secunderabad

Black Granite

209/A/1 of Theegalaveni(V), Gudur(M)

Gudur

 

1.500

 

 

53

M/s Gayatri Granite Industries, Mg.Part:Sri V. Ravi Chandra, (transferred from M/s. Midwest Granite (P) Ltd., )H.No. 11-10-201/1C, Burhanpuram, Khammam

Black Granite

152 of Kesamudram (V)&(M)

Kesamudram

0.809

 

 

 

54

M/s. Gayatri Graniters, 11-10-709/1, Burhanpuram (V), Khammam

Black Granite

7/1 of Arpanpally (V) Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

0.809

 

 

 

55

M/s. Granmar Exports, Prop: G. Ravindran, H.No.2-8-418, Raghavendra Nagar, Hanamkonda, Warangal Special Power of Attorney holder Sri S. Karthi Keya

Black Granite

194/1 of Ingurthy (V) Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

1.618

 

 

 

56

M/s. S.G. Minerals, Mg.Part: Sri Ramesh Kumar Marda, H.No.8-3-217/16M, HUDA Complex, Ameerpet, Hyderabad (Transferred from M/s. Shathabdi Granites)

Black Granite

519/1 of Penugonda (V) Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

5.000

 

 

 

57

M/s. Sri Venkateswara Granites, Mg. Parrner: P. Venkateswarlu, 3-6-40/5, Bank Colony, Khammam

Black Granite

19/1 of Ramojithanda H/o. Rangapur (V) Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

1.61

 

 

 

58

Sri.Pichekar Ramaswamy, H.No.3-110, Thorrur (V&M), Warangal District ( Transferred from M/s.Sri Nidhi Granites)

Black Granite

143, 143/B, 143/C, 144, 144/C, 145 & 146 of Thallapusapally (V) Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

1.000

 

 

 

59

M/s. Tulip Granites (P) Ltd., Director: Y.J.M.A. Khan, Tulup House, 99C MLA Colony, Road No.12, Bangarahills, Hyd-34

Black Granite

515/AAA,547, 597 & 598 of Ingurthy (V), Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

1.254

 

 

 

60

M/s. Gayatri Granites, Prop: Sri V. Kishan, H.No. 11-10-701/1C, Burhanpuram, Khammam (Dt)

Black Granite

94/1 and 429 of Kesamudram (V&M)

Kesamudram

1.000

 

 

 

61

M/s. Gayatri Granites, Prop: V. Kishan, H.No. 11-10-701/C of Burhanpuram, Khammam (Dt)

Black Granite

157, 201 of Intikanne (V), Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

1.000

 

 

 

62

M/s. Sri Lakshmi Srinivasa Granites, Prop: Sri N. Chandra Sekhar, B-201, PGR Lake view Towers,

REC to KUC Road, Waddepally,

Hanamkonda, Warangal District.

Black Granite

296/1, 296/73 & 74, Mahamoodpatnam (V), Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

 

3.000

 

 

63

M/s. Gayatri Granites, Mg.Partner: Sri V. Kishan, H.No. 11-10-201/1C, Burhanpuram, Khammam

Black Granite

94 of Kesamudram (V & M)

Kesamudram

 

0.404

 

 

64

Sri Khaja Sayeedul Hassan, S/o Sayeed Javidul Hassan, H. No. 25-6-152, Bapuji Nagar, Kazipet,Warangal

Black Granite

393/Part, 394/Part Kesamudram (V&M)

Kesamudram

 

2.000

 

 

65

M/s Archana Granite, Transferred from  SSR Granites, Mg. Part: Sri Shaik Riyaz, (Transferred from Sri Shaik Bangi, H. No. 11-23-1716, C.K.M. College Road, Warangal)

Black Granite

296/1, 296/111, 296/112, 296/118, 296/119, 296/120 Mahamoodpatnam & 399/80 of Kesamudram(V&M)

Kesamudram

 

1.254

 

 

66

M/s. Midwest Granite (P) Ltd., D. No. 8-2-684/3/25 & 26, Road No. 12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad

Black Granite

18 of Arpanpally (V) Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

3.238

 

 

 

67

M/s Gayatri Granite Industries, Mg.Part:Sri V. Ravi Chandra, (transferred from M/s. Midwest Granite (P) Ltd., )H.No. 11-10-201/1C, Burhanpuram, Khammam

Black Granite

97/1 of Kesamudram (V&M)

Kesamudram

1.732

 

 

 

68

M/s H.R. Enterprises, Prop: Sri Md. Hafeezur Rahman, H.No.14-2-12, Mandi Bazar, Warangal

Black Granite

 399/103 of Kesamudram (V) Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

1.000

 

 

 

69

M/s. Srinivasa Granites, prop: R. Mahender Rao. H.No.4-2-157/2G, SrinivasaNagar, Khammam

Black Granite

194/1 of Ingurthy (V) Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

1.000

 

 

 

70

M/s. Sai Surya Granites, Mg.Partner: Sri B. Suryam, S/o. Beekya, H.No.16-6-68/11, Burhanpuram, Near Water tank, Khammam (Dt)

Black Granite

Sy.No.15 of Arpanpally (V), Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

1.56

 

 

 

71

M/s. Midwest Granite (P)  Ltd., Mg. Director Sri M. Ajay Babu, D. No. 8-2-684/3/25 & 26, Road No. 12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad

Black Granite

18 of Arpnapally (V) Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

2.000

 

 

 

72

M/s. Krupa Granites, Mg. Part: Sri M. Satyanarayana, S/o M. Venkaiah, R/o Satyanarayana, Garla Bayyaram (M), Khammam

Black Granite

70/1B of Penugonda (V), Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

 

1.000

 

 

73

M/s. Sri Sai Krishna Granites, Prop: Vem Vijaya Laxmi, W/o Vem Narender Reddy, H.No.2-6-30, Circuit Guest House Road, Hanamkonda, Warangal

Black Granite

7/1/P of Arpanpally (V), Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

0.94

 

 

 

74

M/s. Sri Sadasiva Granites, Prop: Sri A. Ravi Babu, Ingurthy (V) Kesamudram (M)

Black Granite

399/1P, 399/96/P 399/97 & 399/98 of Kesamudram (V&M)

Kesamudram

 

2.000

 

 

75

M/s. Kakatiya Granites, Prop: Sri s. Shiva Kumar, H.No.8-2-293/82/36/A, Road No.5, Jublee Hills, Hyderabad (Transferred from M/s.Bansal Granites)

Black Granite

519/1 of Penugonda (V) Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

 

1.659

 

 

76

M/s. Designer Stone Impex, Mg. Partner Sri P. Madan Mohan, H.No.99/B, Sanjeeva Reddy Nagar Colony, Hyderabad

Black Granite

133/P, 134, 136/P & 177/P, Beruwada (V), Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

 

4.45

 

 

77

M/s. Sri Sai Balaji Granites, Mg. Partner: Sri K. Seshadri, R/o H.No.11-6-231/A, Nehru Nagar, Khammam Dist.

Black Granite

265, 266, 272, 276, 277 & 280, Katrapally (V), Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

 

2.86

 

 

78

M/s. Sri Sai Balaji Granites, Mg. Partner: Sri K. Seshadri, R/o H.No.11-6-231/A, Nehru Nagar, Khammam Dist.

Black Granite

258, 260 & 261, Katrapally (V), Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

 

1.24

 

 

79

M/s. sakshi Granites, Mg. partner Sri P. Nagaraju, H.No.4-521, Kesamudram (V&M), Mahabubabad District

Black Granite

326/P, Intikanne (V), Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

2.000

 

 

 

80

Sri K. Janardhana Rao, S/o Late Sri Nagabhushanam, H.N o.3-8-269/2, Guttala Bazar, Khammam

Black Granite

102/1  of Katrapally (V), Kesamudram(M)

Kesamudram

1.416

 

 

 

81

M/s Sri Thirumala Granites, Propritor of Sri M.Veeranna, S/o Pullaiah,R/o Nerada (V), Kuravi (M)

Black Granite

284/3,4,5,11,12,13 & 285 of Mahamoodpatnam(V), Kesamudram M)

Kesamudram

1.902

 

 

 

82

M/s Lakshmi Granite & Minerals,

Mg.Part:Sri M. Suryanarayana,

H.No.10-03-236/B, Mamillagudem,

Khammam District

Black Granite

240/1 of Katrapally (V), Kesamudram(M)

Kesamudram

1.000

 

 

 

83

M/s. Kakatiya Granites, 

Prop: Sri S. Shiva Kumar,

H.No.8-2-293/36/A, Road No.5,

Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad.

Black Granite

Sy.No’s. 519/P & 70/P of Penugonda Village, Kesamudram Mandal

Kesamudram

0.705

 

 

 

84

Exotic Granite Exports,

Mg.Part: Sri Vaddiraju Sai Nikhil Chandra,

Flat No. 401, Prashanth Kuteer, Srinagar Colony,

Opp:Nikhil Hospital, Hyderabad

Black Granite

Compt.No:1148 (Sy.No’s.202 & 204/1) of Inugurthy Reserve Forest (Kesamudram Mandal),  Mahabubabad Range

Kesamudram

 

 

4.916

 

85

M/s Vayuputra transferred from Sri Kishore virapaneni

Prop:Sri M. Nageshwara Rao, Office  R/o:1-2-151/267/1, Srinivasa Nagar, Khammam.

Black Granite

1.000 Hect  (Govt. & Patta Land) in Sy.No’s. 515/E (Patta Land) & 517/1 (Govt. Land) of Kalwala (Vig) Kesamudram (Mdl) Mahabubabad (Dist)

Kesamudram

1.21

0.39

 

 

86

M/s Parda Mines and Minerals  transferred from M/s Lakshmi Granites

Black Granite

1.000 Hectr. Sy.no.135/A & 136/C (Patta Land) of Mahamoodpatnam(V), Kesamudram(M), Mahabubabad (D)

Kesamudram

 

1.000

 

 

87

M/s. Sri Lakshmi Durga Granites and Mines (P) Limited,Director: Sri.Yerapotina Ravi Kumar, Flat No.D7, Vora Towers, Yousuf Guda Main Road, Yousuf Guda, Hyderabad – 500 045 ( Transferred from Sri.K.Anjaiah)

Black Granite

541/1/1P of Kalwala (V), Kesamudram (M)

Kesamudram

 

 

 

 

88

M/s. Vijaya Megana Rocks Prop: Sri K.B.B.V. Rama Raju, H.No. 10-6-39, Mamillagudem (V), Khammam (Dt) (Transferred from M/s. Abu Granites)

Black Granite

338, 338/1 of Balapala (V), Kuravi (M)

Kuravi

1.000

 

 

 

89

M/s. Rama Industries, Proprietor: Sri M. Yella Reddy, H.No.10-6-17/A, Mamillagudem, Near Mandi Gate, Khammam

Black Granite

174 of Seerolu (V) Kuravi (M)

Kuravi

3.000

 

 

 

90

M/s Sai Ganesh Granite Industries, Mg.Part: Sri Seshagiri, S/o Ramachandraiah, IDA Kaikondaigudem, Khammam

Black Granite

416/A, 416/A2 417/P of Kampally (V) Kuravi (M)

Kuravi

1.175

 

 

 

91

M/s Jeyaa Subhasre Mines,

Rep.by its Mg.Part:N. Subha,

15/12 Karpagambal Nagar,

Mylapore, Chennai – 600 004

(transferred from M/s Shashi Granites)

Black Granite

249/A of Chinthapally (V) Kuravi (M)

Kuravi

2.00

 

 

 

92

M/s Black Ridge Granites, Mg.Part: Sri Sashidhar Reddy, H.No.11-9-37, Burhanpuram, Khammam

Black Granite

407/1 of Rajolu (V) Kuravi (M)

Kuravi

1.5

 

 

 

93

M/s. Laxmi Narayana Granites, Mg. Part: Sri Chinni Krishna Rao, R/o H.No.5-6-1/G, Pakabandabazar, Khammam

Black Granite

426/A of Seerolu (V) Kuravi (M)

Kuravi

 

1.000

 

 

94

M/s. C.V.R. Granites, Mg. Partner: Sri Ch. Chaitanya, S/o Babu Rao, H.No.7-2-112, Dwarakanagar, Khammam

Black Granite

166/C, Seerole (V), Kuravi (M)

Kuravi

1.000

 

 

 

95

M/s Srinivasa Granite “N” Stones, Mg.Part: Sri Tammineni Krishnaiah, Teldarpally (Vg), Khammam Rural (M), Khammam Dt, (Transferred from M/s. Kuravi Granites, Prop: Sri Nagandla Naresh, R/o Kondapuram (V), Khammam Rural (M), Khammam)

Black Granite

492/1/1, Kampally (V), Kuravi (M)

Kuravi

 

2.000

 

 

96

M/s. VGP Granites, (Transferred from Sri Sai Bhadrakali Stone, H.No.1-8-80, Jublipura, Khammam

Black Granite

164 & 169/C1 of Seerolu (V), Kuravi

Kuravi

 

1.000

 

 

97

M/s Pavan Granites, Prop:M.Ramesh, H.No.11-6-8/31, Opp: Kavitha College, Khammam. N.S.T.Road, Khammam

Black Granite

Sy.No.487/1,71/1  of Kampally (V), Kuravi (M)

Kuravi

 

1.000

 

 

98

M/s Cherukuri Granites, Prop:Sri Ch. Dhanjaya Rao, S/o Mohan Rao, C/o Rajyalaxmi Granite, I.D.A. Khammam

Black Granite

Sy.No.123/98 of Seerolu (V), Kuravi(M)

Kuravi

 

1.000

 

 

99

M/s Vinayaka Granites, Mg. Part:Sri M. Bhoopal Singh S/o Bhekjee, Hatya Tanda, Upparagudem(V),Kuravi(M),Mahabubabad (Dist)

Black Granite

Sy.No.176,177/1,177/2,177/3,301 of Upparagudem (V), Kuravi (M)

Kuravi

 

2.000

 

 

100

M/s M.S. Granites & Exports, Mg.Part: Sri S. Ramadass,H.No.13-78/2/IA, Rajaramnagar Colony, Bheemgal Post & Mandal, Nizamabad District

Black Granite

Sy.No’s. 177/2, 177/3, 178/P, 179/P, 300/1 & 300/2  of  Upparagudem Village, Kuravi Mandal,

Kuravi

 

2.500

 

 

101

Sri Dhanala Venkata Krishnaiah,

H.No.4-2-151/2,

Srinivas Nagar,

Khammam District. 

Black Granite

Sy.No. 123 of Seerolu Village, Kuravi Mandal

Kuravi

1.670

 

 

 

102

M/s Rama Industries,

Prop:Sri Maddi Yella Reddy,

H.No. 10-6-17/A, Mamillagudem,

Khammam District

Black Granite

1.830 Hectare. (Govt. Land)  in Sy.No. 174 of Seerolu (Vig) Kuravi (Mdl) Mahabubabad (Dist)

Kuravi

 

 

 

 

103

Sri Mundla Ramesh, H.No.6-1-161, VDO’s Colony, Khammam Town & District.

Black Granite

296/E & 296/F of Balapala (V) Kuravi (M)

Kuravi

 

1.000

 

 

104

Sri S.E.Prasad, H.No. 10-5-111, Mamillagudem, Khammam

Black Granite

392/1 of Gundepudi (V) Maripeda (M)

Maripeda

 

2.000

 

 

105

M/s. Balaji Stones, Prop. K. Ashok Reddy, H.No. 2-7-01, Excise Colony, Hanamkonda, Warangal.

Black Granite

39/2 of Yerzarla (V), Maripeda (M)

Maripeda

 

2.000

 

 

106

M/s. Laxmi Sai Granites, Prop: Sri Rama Murthy, H. No. 403 B, CRG paradise, Karimnagar (Renewal)

Black Granite

430/1 of Gundepudi (V) Maripeda (M)

Maripeda

 

0.800

 

 

107

M/s. Vishnu Minerals, 

Mg.Part:Sri K.L.Prasad,

TF-8,IVth Floor, RAM’s VSR Apartment,

Mogalarajpuram, Vijayawada – 500010

Black Granite

Sy.No’s. 193/A & 194/A of Purushothamayagudem Village, Maripeda Mandal,

Maripeda

 

1.000

 

 

108

M/s. Sri Laxmi Gayathri Granites, Prop: Sri T. Satyanarayana, S/o Veeraiah, R/o. Flat No. 48/49, Kaikondayagudem (V), Khammam (Rural & District) (Transferred from M/s. Sri Srinivasa Granites)

Black Granite

512, 513, 523 & 524 of Chinnagudur (V), Maripeda (M)

Chinnagudur

1.000

 

 

 

109

M/s MM International, Prop:Sri M. Madhusudan Reddy, Flat No. 505, Sri Sri Kalakutir, Saraswathi Nagar, L.B.Nagar, Hyd-74 (transferred from M/s. Abhishek Minerals, Mg.Part: Smt G. Sunitha, H.No.59/1/2/1, Behind V.V. Tower, Kousalya Estate, Karkhana, Secunderabad)

Black Granite

66/A of Dharmaram (V) Maripeda (M)

Maripeda

 

4.000

 

 

110

M/s Malisetti Mines and Minerals Pvt. Ltd., (MMMPL) Rp.by its Mg. Director Sri MVS Sri Krishna devarao, H.No.8-2-293/82/J-III/509-I, Plot No.509-I, Road No.86, Film Nagar, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad(Transferred from M/s Sri Satya Sai Granites,)

 

76/A1,79/EE & 80 of Dharmaram (V) Maripeda (M)

Maripeda

 

1.000

 

 

111

M/s. Venkateshwara Granites, Mg. Part: Sri M. Venkateswarlu, S/o Yalagondaiah, R/o Sitharampuram, Khammam (Urban), Khammam (Dist)

Black Granite

181 of Purushothamayagudem (V), Maripeda (M)

Maripeda

1.000

 

 

 

112

M/s. Kiran Granites, Prop: Smt V. Prameela, R/o H.No.4-2-92/2, Maripeda (V&M), Mahabubabad

Black Granite

121 of Giripuram (V) Maripeda (M)

Maripeda

 

1.500

 

 

113

M/s Anisha Granites (Transferred from M/s Soha Granites,Prop:Sri Md. Jameel, H.No1-159, Ballepally, Khammam Urban, Khammam District.)

Black Granite

392/1 of Gundepudi (V) Maripeda (M)

Maripeda

4.000

 

 

 

114

M/s Krishi Granites,H.No. 3-6-40/5, Bank Colony, Khammam

Black Granite

284/1 of thallaookal (V), Maripeda (M)

Maripeda

 

 

 

 

115

M/s. Sri Durga Chamundi Granties, Mg. Ptr. R.S. Devraj, H.No. 5-18, RTC. Colony, Khammam (Rural)

Black Granite

96/1 of Donakonda H/o Vemulapalli (V), Narsimhulapet (M)

Narsimhulapeta

 

2.000

 

 

116

M/s Sri Sai Balaji Granites, Mg.Pr:Sri S. Shiva Kumar, H.No.8-2-283/82/W/15/A, Krishna Nagar, Hyd.

Black Granite

255,267 (Govt.Land), 254/P,262/P & 268

Kesamudram

2.990

 

 

 

117

M/s. Gayatri Granite Industries, Mg. Part: Sri V. Ravi Chandra, S/o Narayana, H.No.11-10-701/C, Burhanpuram, Khammam

Black Granite

134 of Chinnanagaram (V) Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

8.000

 

 

 

118

Renual M/s. V.G.P. Granite & Exports (1st Renewal  ), Mg. Part: Sri P. Srinivasulu Reddy, S/o Gopal Reddy, H.No.24-7-198/1/G/A-1, Satya Prabha Residency, Hanamkonda, Warangal

Black Granite

133 of Chinnanagaram (V) Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

 

1.000

 

 

119

M/s. Astral Granites (P) Ltd., G-1 Shruthinilaya Apartment, Yellareddyguda, Hyderabad-33

Black Granite

303 to 309 of Madanathurthy (V) Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

 

1.000

 

 

120

M/s. Amman Granites, partner Sri. Govindswamy Muthukrishanan, H.No.6-1-121/105/1, Kondapally Gopal Nagar, Opp: Fire Station, Mahabubabad – 506101

Black Granite

306/B and 318/B of Madanathurthy (V) Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

 

1.000

 

 

121

M/s.Sree V.S.V. Granites, Mg. Partner Sri.P.Venu Kumar, H.No.4-2-971, Rotary Nagar, Khmmam (Transferred from M/s.Bhanu Minerals (P) Ltd

Black Granite

340 of Errabelligudem (V) Nellikudur (M)

Nellikuduru

 

1.000

 

 

122

M/s.Sree V.S.V. Granites, Mg. Partner Sri.P.Venu Kumar, H.No.4-2-971, Rotary Nagar, Khmmam (Transferred from M/s.Bhanu Minerals (P) Ltd

Black Granite

326/2/1,340&337 Of Errabelligudem(V), Nellikuduru(M)

Nellikuduru

 

1.811

 

 

123

M/s hanuman Granites Transfer from M/s. Sri Srinivasa Granites Mg.Part: M. Bhagyamma,

Black Granite

223, 224 of Narasimhulagudem(V) Nellikudur (M)

Nellikuduru

0.76

 

 

 

124

M/s. Radhika Granites, Mg.Partner: D. Premalatha, 11-4-62/3, Nehrunagar, Khammam

Black Granite

393/1of Nellikudur (V)&(M)

Nellikuduru

1.581

 

 

 

125

M/s. Orkayvee Granites, Plot No. 72, Kalyani Nagar, Hyderabad

Black Granite

382/1, 382/2 of Alair (V), Nellikudur (M)

Nellikuduru

2.000

 

 

 

126

M/s  Mahalaxmi Granites rep by its Mg. Partner:Sri Budhi Praksh Thoshniwal, 18/4/556, Shamsheergunj, Hydeabad. (Transferred from M/s Southern Rocks & Minerals)

Black Granite

203, 204 & 205, Chinnanagaram (V), Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

 

5.262

 

 

1

M/s. Lakshmi Durga Granites, Mg. Partner: Sri Ch. Santhosh Reddy, S/o Raji Reddy, H.No.2-5-636, Subedari, Hanamkonda, Warangal (Amalgamation)

Black Granite

226 & 227of Errabelligudem (V) Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

 

2.098

 

 

128

M/s. Venkata Sai Granites, Mg. Partner: Smt. S. Pavani, H.No. 4-2-151/14713, Srinivasanagar, Khammam

Black Granite

102/1 of Sriramgiri (V) Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

 

1.000

 

 

129

M/s Ratna shila Granites (Transferred with amalgamation of two leases  M/s. Sree Mohan Granites, (1.00 Hectr + 4.00 Hectr) Mg. partner Sri Ch. Santhosh Reddy, S/o Raji Reddy,  H.No.2-5-636, Subedari, Hanakonda, Warangal

Black Granite

152 & 182 of Chinnanagaram (V), Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

 

5.000

 

 

2

M/s. Lakshmi Durga Granites, Mg. Partner Sri Ch. Santhosh Reddy, H.No.2-5-636, Subedari, Hanamkonda, Warangal (Transferred from M/s. B.V.L. Granites)

Black Granite

225/1 of Errabelligudem (V) Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

3.000

 

 

 

131

M/s. V. Qubes, Executive Part: Sri V. Vishweswara Rao, S/o Narsimha Rao, D.NO.50-121-30, Flat No.TF/3, B.S. Layout Seethammadhara, Visakhapatnam (Transfrred M/s. Bhanu Minerals Pvt.Ltd.)

Black Granite

277/2, 280 & 308 of Errabelligudem (V) Nellikuduru(M)

Nellikuduru

1.000

 

 

 

132

M/s. Keerthana Granites, Prop: Sri V. Sarvanan, R/o. D5 Sri Appartments, Advocate Colony, Hanamkonda, Warangal (Dt)

Black Granite

200/A, 201/A, 202/A & 203/B of Chinnanagaram (V) Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

 

1.33

 

 

133

M/s. Shakthi Moogambika Granites, Prop: Sri G.Venugopal, H.No.41-A, Pudhu Colony, Cheran Nagar, Periyasemur Post, Erode-638004, Tamilnadu (Transferred from Sri V. Ramakrishna)

Black Granite

393/1 of Nellikuduru (V&M)

Nellikuduru

3.000

 

 

 

134

M/s. Sree Laxmi Engineers, Prop: Sri V. Srinivasa Rao, H.No.1-8-79, Flat No.304, Jublipura, Khammam (Transferred from M/s. Indo Granites)

Black Granite

Sy.No.202 of Nellikuduru (V&M)

Nellikuduru

1.000

 

 

 

135

M/s. Veerabhadra Granites, Prop: Sri B. Veeru Naik, S/o Dasu Naik, H.No.4-58, Basawataraka Nagar, B.C.M. Road, Palvancha (M), Khammam

Black Granite

225/1 of Errabelligudem (V), Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

1.000

 

 

 

136

M/s. Astral Granites (P) Ltd., Mg. Director: Sri N. Venkateshwar Rao, S/o Suryanarayana, H.No.8-3-800/6/1, G1 Sruthinilaya Apartments, Srinagar Colony, Yellareddyguda, Hyderabad

Black Granite

306 & 326 of Errabelligudem (V), Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

 

1

 

 

137

M/s. Gangothri Enterprises, Prop: Sri P. Janardhan Reddy, H.No.1-7-1589, Srinivas Nagar, Hanamkonda, Warangal

Black Granite

74/A2, Vavilala (V), Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

1

 

 

 

138

M/s. Shiva Sai Granites, Mg. Partner Sri. M.Rajeshwar Rao, H.No.2-7-1224, Kanakadurga Colony, Waddepally, Hanamkonda, Warangal District, represented by its G.P.A holder Sri.Chukkala Gopi Chander

Black Granite

Sy.No.523/A1 & 523/A2 of Sriramgiri (V), Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

 

1.55

 

 

3

M/s. Lakshmi Durga Granites, Mg. Partner Sri Ch. Santhosh Reddy, H.No.2-5-636, Subedari, Hanamkonda, Warangal (Transferred from M/s. Shanthi Granites)

Black Granite

307/2 & 308/2 of Errabelligudem(V), Nellikudur (M)

Nellikuduru

 

1.00

 

 

140

M/s. B.V.L. Granites, Mg. Part: Sri B. Manoj Kumar, S/o Kotaiah, R/o H.No.2-5-636, Subedari, Hanamkonda, Warangal

Black Granite

225/1, Errabelligudem (V), Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

 

4.686

 

 

141

M/s Raja Rajeshwara Granites, Rep.its. Mg.Part. Sri P.Praveen Rao, S/o Konda Rao, H.No. 1-93/4, Amanagurthy, Saidapur, Karimnagar, (transferred from Smt Bandi Laxmi, W/o Ashok)

Black Granite

168, Nainala (V), Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

 

2.000

 

 

142

M/s. Venkateshwara Granites Prop: R. Venkateswara Rao, H.No. 23-6-231, Hunter Road, Warangal

Black Granite

225/120, 264/1, 264/2, 261, 262, 263, Errabelligudem (V), Nellikuduru

Nellikuduru

3.99

 

 

 

143

M/s Veerabhadra Granites, H.No.6-5, Basavatraka Colony, K.P. Jaganadhapuram Post, Polwancha Mandal, Khammam District

Black Granite

Sy.No.740 & 741 of Nellikuduru (V&M)

Nellikuduru

2.000

 

 

 

144

M/s Srinivasa Granites,Prop:Sri B. Rajendra Prasad, H.No.6-11, Teldarpally, Khammam District

Black Granite

Sy.No’s 630/C & 631 of Munigalaveedu (Vig), Nellikuduru(Mdl)

Nellikuduru

1.500

 

 

 

145

M/s V Qubes, Executive  partner: Sri V. Visweswara Rao, Flat No.TF/3, B.S.Layot, Seethammadhara, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh

Black Granite

Sy.No. 280,273,277/2,272,278 & 279 of Errabelligudem (V), Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

 

3.8

 

 

146

M/s Shiva Sai Granites,Prop: Sri Para Srinivasa Rao, H.No.6-1-2008, V.D.O’s Colony, Khammam District

Black Granite

Sy.No..117/P & 625/P of Munigalaveedu (V), Nellikuduru (M)

Nellikuduru

 

1.32

 

 

147

M/s Universal Hold Granites, Prop:Sri B.Veeru Naik,H.No:1-111/1/B/187, Raghavendra Colony,Opp: R.T.A Office,Kondpur,Ranga Reddy District

Black Granite

Sy.No. 225/1 of  Yerrabelligudem Village, Nellikuduru Mandal, Mahabubabad District

Nellikuduru

1.00

 

 

 

148

M/s Sai Baba Granites, Prop: Sri B. Veeru Naik, H.No.6-5, Basavataraka Colony, Somulagudem, Palwancha, Bhadradri Kothgudem (Dist)

Black Granite

Sy.No.732, 780 & 735/P of Nellikuduru (V & M)

Nellikuduru

 

1.00

 

 

149

M/s Trident Mines & Minerals,Part:Sri Ch. Sagar Reddy, Door No.1-7-1346, Road No.6, Advocate Colony, Hanamkonda,  (transferred from M/s. Harshitha Granites & Minerals, Mg. Part: Sri K. Nagaiah, H.No.1-7-1346, Advocates Colony, Hanamkonda (Three leases amalgamation)

Black Granite

35/3, 84 & 87/1 of Ammapuram & Kantayapalem (Vgs) Thorrur (M)

Thorrur

3.652

(87/1)              0.652

 

 

150

M/s. Vee Yen Granites, Prop: Sri V. Neelakandan, 46 Salal Street, Annavaram, Chennai.

Black Granite

87/1 of Kantayapalem (V) Thorrur (M)

Thorrur

1.2

 

 

 

151

M/s. Midwest Granite (P) Ltd., Mg. Director Sri M. Ajay Babu, D. No. 8-2-684/3/25 & 26, Road No. 12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad (Transferred from M/s. Sri Sai Teja Granites)

Black Granite

Sy. No. 245 & 264 of Gurthur (V) Thorrur (M)

Thorrur

3.63

 

 

 

152

M/s Trident Mines and Minerals  transferred from Sri G. Pandia Rajan,

Black Granite

35/1, 48/C & 54 of Ammapuram (V), Thorrur (M)

Thorrur

 

1.000

 

 

153

M/s. V.M.P. Granites, Partner: Sri Pandia Rajan, H.No.1-8-604/2, Balasamudram, Hanamkonda

Black Granite

48/A&B & 54 of Ammapur (V), Thorrur (M)

Thorrur

 

2.00

 

 

154

M/s. V.M.P. Granites, Partner: Sri Pandia Rajan, H.No.1-8-604/2, Balasamudram, Hanamkonda

Black Granite

35/A, 35/1, 35/B & 48 of Ammapur (V), Thorrur (M)

Thorrur

 

2.92

 

 

155

M/s. Venkateshwara Mines & Minerals, Prop: Sri T. Laxmi Pradad Rao, H.No.4-44, Bheemaram, Hanamkonda, Warangal

Black Granite

Sy.No.153 of Bonthupally (V), Thorrur (M)

Thorrur

2.000

 

 

 

156

M/s. Chamundeshwari Granites, Mg. Part: Sri Suryanarayana, H.No.7-3-12/6, Dwaraka Nagar, Khammam

Black Granite

88 & 89 of Karkala (V), Thorrur (M)

Thorrur

 

1.000

 

 

157

M/s. K.G.N. Granites, Mg. Part:

Black Granite

87/1 of Kantayapalem (V) Thorrur (M)

Thorrur

2.000

 

 

 

158

M/s. Madhucon Granites Ltd., H.No.1-7-70, Madhucon Complex, Jublipura, Khammam

Black Granite

53/A & 54/A & 55/A of Ammapuram (V) Thorrur (M)

Thorrur

2.12

 

 

 

159

M/s R.J.C. Granites,  (Transferred from M/s Hanvi   Granites (P) Ltd.,(Transferred from M/s. Sree Hanudeepika Granites))Rep. by its Mg.Pr:Sri E. Venkaeshwarlu, Office:02-1-367, Trunk Road, Khammam Urban Mandal, Khammam District

Black Granite

469/A & 469/C, Nancharimaduru (V), Thorrur (M)

Thorrur

 

1.00

 

 

160

Sri K. Sridhar Reddy

Black Granite

189/9 & 249/2, Gurthuru (V), Thorrur (M)

Thorrur

 

1.46

 

 

4

M/s. Lakshmi Durga Granites, Prop: Sri Ch. Santhosh Reddy, H.No.2-5-636, Subedari, Hanamkonda, Warangal

Black Granite

241/P, 242/P, 242/A,B,D, 264/A,B & 302/2 , Gurthuru (V), Thorrur (M)

Thorrur

 

4.11

 

 

162

M/s. Sharada Stonex, Prop: P. Murali Krishna, H.No.11-4-73, C.R.J. Towers, Nehrunagar, Khammam

Black Granite

47 of Somaram (V), Thorrur (M)

Thorrur

 

1.000

 

 

163

M/s Someshwara Granites, its prop:Sri K. Som Narsimha Reddy, S/o Ranga Reddy, R/o Bommakal(Vg), Thorur(M), Mahabubabad (Dist)

Black Granite

194 of Bommamkal (V), Thorrur(M)

Thorrur

 

1.50

 

 

164

M/s Trident Mines & Minerals,Part:Sri Ch. Sagar Reddy, Door No.1-7-1346, Road No.6, Advocate Colony, Hanamkonda,  (transferred from M/s. Harshitha Granites & Minerals, )

Black Granite

33,34 & 35 of Ammapuram (Vig) Thorrur (Mdl)

Thorrur

 

2.41

 

 

166

M/s Sri Hari Granites,Prop: Smt. S. Radha W/o S. Saravanan, No.5B, Krushna Road, New Perungalthr, Chennai-600063

Black Granite

Sy.No.250,251, 256 & 249 of Gantlakunta (V), Peddavangara (M)

Peddavangara

 

 

 

 

167

M/s Diamond Granites, Prop; Smt. S. Radha, W/o. Saravanan, No.5B, Krushna Road, New Perugalthr, Chennai – 600 063

Black Granite

Sy.No.257 & 258 of  Gantlakunta (V), Peddavangara (M)

Peddavangara

 

 

 

 

168

M/s J.K. Granites,Prop: Sri.V. Laxmipathi, R/o. Pochampally(V),Kodakandla (M),Warangal District

Black Granite

115/Aof Pochampally(V), Peddavangara (M)

Peddavangara

 

 

 

 

169

Sri N. Venkateshwar Reddy

Black Granite

214/1 & 241/5 of Vemnoor (V) Mahabubabad (M)

Mahabubabad

1.00

 

 

 

Colour Granite

             

1

M/s. A.L.S. Granite & Tools, Mg.Part: Sri Y. Lenin, H.No.6-3-108, Bank Colony, Khammam

46 of Gollacherla (V), Dornakal (M)

Dornakal

1.500

Colour Granite

Govt. Land

20 years

 

2

M/s Sri Shiridi Sai Stones, rep by its  Mg.Ptr.  Sri Mundla Ramesh,H.No:6-1-161,VDO’s Colony,

Khammam. 

43/I, 43/L & 43/L/I of Gollacherla Village, Dornakal Mandal,  Mahabubabad District

Dornakal

4.500

Colour Granite

Patta Land

20 Years

 

 

Quarry Leases list of  Stone & Metal
Sl.No Lesse Name Lease Period From Lease Period to Category of Land(Ha.) Mandal Village Survey No Extent

1

M/s. Sri Thirumala Stone Crusher, Prop: Sri G. Ravindra Babu, S/o Thirupathaiah, R/o H.No.4-1-146/3, Zaheerpura, Khammam

18/03/2015

17.03.2025

Govt. Land

Dornakal

Gollacherla

365/D/2/1 & 365/D/1

1.000

2

M/s. Sri Visweswara Stone Crusher, Prop: Sri Prabhakar Rao, R/o H.No.6-3-27/1/203, Sai Ganesh Apartment, Bank Colony, Khammam

17/04/2015

16.04.2025

Govt. Land

Dornakal

Mulkalapally

28/1

2

3

M/s. Bhadrakali Stone Crusher, Prop: Raja Mohan Reddy, S/o. Pulla Reddy, R/o Seethanagaram (V), Gudur (M)

16/10/2008

15.10.2023

Govt. Land

Kuravi

Nerada

543/1

1.000

4

M/s. Sujana Constructions, Mg. Part: Sri R. Ram Mohan Rao, S/o Papa Rao, R/o H.No.1-10-149, Ashok Nagar, Hyderabad, Represented G.P.A. holder Sri P. Ranga Reddy

11-09-2012

 10-09-2027

Patta land

Kuravi

Kothuru

204 & 228/Part

2.160

5

M/s. Satya Shailaja Stone Crusher, Prop: Sri Thirupathaiah, R/o Balapala (V), Kuravi (M), Mahabubabad District

05/09/2015

04.09.2025

Patta land

Kuravi

Balapala

170,

1.000

6

M/s N. Ramachandra Reddy Minerals,

Mg.Part:Sri Gangula  Sanjeeva Reddy

S/o Thirupathi Reddy, R/o H.No.6-2-102/1,

Advocates Colony, Mahabubabad Town & Dist

24.09.2018 

23.09.2038

Patta land

Kuravi

Chinthapally

136

2.000

1

M/s. Vineela Stone Crusher, Mg. Part: Sri Parkala Srinivasa Reddy, S/o Linga Reddy, H.No.1-4-46/9, Old Bazar, Mahabubabad, Warangal

20/04/2011

19.04.2021

Govt. Land

Mahabubabad

Gumdur

278/178

0.89

2

M/s. Veerabhadra Stone Crusher, Prop: Sri K. chdra Shekhar, H.No.1-1-518, Sri Sai Nagar, Suryapet, Nagonda (transferred from M/s. Sri Rama Stone Crusher)

6-2-2013

05.02.2023

Patta land

Mahabubabad

Shanigapuram

286/A

1

3

M/s. N. Ramchandra Reddy, Mg. Part: Sri N. Ramchandra Reddy, S/o Venkata Reddy, R/o H.No.1-4-46, Old Bazar, Mahabubabad (M), Warangal

26-06-2013

25.06.2023

Govt. Land

Mahabubabad

Gumdur

287/178

1.980

4

Aarthi Stone Crusher, Mg.Part: Sri R. Venkat Reddy, S/o Papi Reddy, H.No.1-117, Anantharam (V), Mahabubabad (M), Mahabubabad (D)

26/06/2013

25.06.2023

Govt. Land

Mahabubabad

Gumdur

281/1, 287/178

1.567

11

M/s. S.K.R. Constructions, Mg. Partner Sri K. Krishna Rao, S/o Rama Rao, H.No.1-2-270/102/A/2, K.K. Road, Suryapet, Nalgonda

08/12/2015

07.012.2030

Patta land

Dhanthalapally

Gunnepally

230

2.269

12

M/s. Bhagya Laxmi Associates, Mg. Part: Sri M. Ramnarayana, S/o Veeraiah, R/o H.NO.1-7-1080/1, Advocates Colony, Hanamkonda, Warangal

08/12/2015

07.12.2030

Patta land

Dhanthalapally

Gunnepally

228 & 229

2.275

13

Sri S. Mohan Reddy

16-03-2009

15.03.2024

Govt. Land

Nellikuduru

Nainala

230

1.200

14

Sri S. Mohan Reddy, s/o Aga Reddy, R/o H.No.3-142/1, Danasari H/o Kothur (V), Kesamudram (M)

17/06/2016

16/06/2026

Govt. Land

Nellikuduru

Nainala

230

2.500

15

M/s Venkateshwara Constructions

21.02.2008

20.02.2023

 

Nellikuduru

Nellikuduru

276/1

1.5

16

M/s Sadguru Constructions ,

Mg.Part: Sri Sarampally Rushikesh Reddy,

S/o S. Mohan Reddy,

R/o H.No.3-142/1,

Danasari H/o Kothur (V),

Kesamudram (M), Mahabubabad (D). 

14.08.2018

13.08.2038

Govt.Poramboke Land)

Kesamudram

Arpanapalle

21,24/1

5.26

17

Sri Polepally Srinivas Reddy

05.12.2018

04.12.2028

Govt.Land

Nellikuduru

Narasimhulagudem

172/P

9.000

18

M/s Shiva Sai Stone Crusher, Mg.Part:Sri N. Venugopal Reddy,

 

 

Govt. Land

Kuravi

Thirumalapuram

188,193

2.000

19

M/s Venkateshwara Stone Crusher, Represented by its Proprietor: Sri Shivarathri Swamy

43989

05.07.2040

Govt.Land

Gudur

Ponugodu

 293/1, 292/B, 292/B/A & 292/B/AA

4.57

 

Govt.LandPatta LandForest Land

Major Minerals Iron Ore Mining Leases List
Sl.No Name and address of the  Lease holders Mineral Location  of the area Classification of land (Ha.)     Lease Period  

1

Sri J. Mark Raju, S/o Hemu, R/o Mudigonda (V), Nekkonda (M), Warangal District      

Iron -ore

S.No.45/1, Motlathimmapuram, Bayyaram (M). Mahabubabad (D)

8.000

 

 

04-04-2005 to 03-04-2025

 

2

Sri J. Mark Raju, S/o Hemu, R/o Mudigonda (V), Nekkonda (M), Warangal District 

Iron -ore

S.No. 202/1, Bayyaram (V&M), Mahabubabad District

8.000

 

 

04-04-2005 to 03-04-2025

 

3

Sri J. Mark Raju, S/o Hemu, R/o Mudigonda (V), Nekkonda (M), Warangal District

Iron -ore

S.No.74/1, Ramachandrapuram (V), Bayyaram (M), Mahabubabad  District

 

8.000

 

04-04-2005 to 03-04-2025

 

 

Govt.LandPatta Land

31 Minerals Quarry Leases List
Sl.No Name and address of the  Lease holders Mineral Location  of the area Classification of land (Ha.)   Lease Period  

1

M/s Viswabarathi Mining Corp.,   Mgp:Sri S.V.S Reddy 1/397-1,Court Road,Kadapa.                        

Barytes

S.No.76,Siripuram(V), Garla (M). Mahabubabad (D)

123.076

 

11-06-2005 to 10-06-2025

 

2

M/s Indian Barytes & Chemicals Ltd.  Mgp:Sri S.V.S Reddy, 3/433,Raja Reddy Street,Kadapa

Barytes

S.No.76/1,Siripuram(V), Garla(M), Mahabubabad (D)

121.406

 

15-12-2001 to 14-12-2021

 

3

M/s Mahima Tribal Labour Contract Mutually Aided Co-Operative Society Ltd., its chairperson Sri Jatoth Ravi (Transferred from M/s Laxmi ST Mining & Leasing L..C.C.Society, )

Barytes

S.No.57&58, Pocharam(V),Garla(M)

22.259

 

03-01-2006 to 02-01-2026

 

4

M/s Mahima Tribal Labour Contract Mutually Aided Co-Operative Society Ltd., it’s Chairperson Sri Jatoth Ravi (Transferred from M/s Pocharam Tribal Mining Co-op Society Ltd.,)  Pocharam (Vig) Garla (M), Khammam District.

Barytes

Sy.No. 57 & 58, Pocharam (V),  Garla (M), Mahabubabad District

22.267

 

21-04-2009 to 20-04-2029

 

5

Sri N.Dharasing Naik, S/o Bhanya Naik, Atchammakunta Thanda (V), Kapunoor Po,Macherla (M), Guntur Dt  

Dolomite & Barytes

Sy.No. 99, Pocharam (V),  Garla (M), Mahabubabad District

 

27.800

15-09-2009 to 14-09-2029

 

6

M/s Kankadurga Tribal Labour Contract Mutually Aided Co-operative Society Ltd., Presdt: Paltya Moni, Pocharam (PO), Garla (M), Khammam District.

Dolomite & Barytes

S.No.58, Pocharam (V), Garla (M), Khammam District.

41.295

 

11-01-10 to 10-01-2030

 

7

M/s Crown Consumable Promoting Pvt. Ltd., Prop. Dr. Bhukya Bhaskar Naik

Dolomite

Sy.No. 87/P, Pocharam (V),   Garla (M), Mahabubabad District

4.048

 

15-07-2014 to 14.07.2034

 

8

Sri Vattam Kannaiah, H.No. 3-22, Rompaid, Yellandu, Khammam Dt.

Quartz

Sy.no. 195, Kistapuram (V), Bayyaram (M), Mahabubabad Dt.

 

4.989