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Directors Report Year End : Mar '14    « Mar 13
Dear Members,
 On behalf of the Board of Directors, I have great pleasure in
 presenting to you, the 40th Annual Report of Coal India Limited (CIL)
 and Audited Accounts for the year ended 31st March, 2014, together with
 the reports of Statutory Auditors and Comptroller and Auditor General
 of India thereon.
 Coal India Limited (CIL) is a 'Maharatna' company under the Ministry of
 Coal, Government of India with headquarters at Kolkata, West Bengal.
 CIL is the single largest coal producing company in the world and one
 of the largest corporate employers with a manpower of 3,46,638 (as on
 1st April, 2014). CIL operates through 82 mining areas spread over
 eight provincial states of India. Coal India Limited has 429 mines of
 which 237 are underground, 166 opencast and 26 mixed mines. CIL further
 operates 17 coal washeries, (13 coking coal and 4 non-coking coal) and
 also manages other establishments like workshops, hospitals, and so on.
 CIL has 27 training Institutes. Indian Institute of Coal Management
 (IICM) is an excellent training centre operates under CIL and imparts
 multi disciplinary management development programmes to the executives.
 Coal India's major consumers are Power and Steel sectors. Others
 include cement, fertilizer, brick kilns, and a host of other
 CIL has eight fully owned Indian subsidiary companies (direct):
 Eastern Coalfields Limited (ECL),
 Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL),
 Central Coalfields Limited (CCL),
 Western Coalfields Limited (WCL),
 South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL),
 Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL),
 Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL) and
 Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Limited (CMPDIL).
 In addition, CIL has a foreign subsidiary in Mozambique namely Coal
 India Africana Limitada (CIAL).
 The mines in Assam i.e. North Eastern Coalfields continue to be managed
 directly by CIL. Similarly, Dankuni Coal Complex also continues to be
 on lease with South Eastern Coalfields Limited.
 MCL has three subsidiaries, namely MNH Shakti Ltd., MJSJ Coal Ltd. and
 Mahanadi Basin Power Ltd.
 a.  MNH Shakti Limited
 MNH Shakti Limited has been formed with MCL having 70% stake along with
 Neyveli Lignite Corporation and Hindalco holding the rest. The coal
 production is targeted from Talabira OCP with an annual capacity of 20
 b.  MJSJ Coal Limited
 MJSJ Coal Limited has been formed with MCL having 60% stake along with
 JSW Steel, Jindal Thermal Power Limited, Jindal Stainless Steel and
 Shyam Metallics & Energy Limited holding the rest. The coal production
 is targeted from Gopalprasad OCP with an annual capacity of 15 MT.
 c.  Mahanadi Basin Power Limited
 Mahanadi Basin Power Limited has been formed on 2nd December'2011 as a
 SPV with 100% shares held by MCL with power generation capacity of
 2X800 MW through Pit Head power plant at Basundhara Coalfields.
 Joint Venture with OPTCL
 MCL has also formed a joint venture Company viz., Neelanchal Power
 Transmission Company Pvt. Limited (NPTCPL) on 8th January, 2013 with an
 objective of carrying out power transmission business jointly with M/s
 OPTCL having an equity share holding of 50:50.
 Subsidiaries of SECL
 SECL has formed two subsidiary companies viz. M/s Chhattisgarh East
 Railway Ltd on 12th March'2013 and M/s Chhattisgarh East- West Railway
 Ltd on 25th March'2013 with 64% holding in each of the subsidiaries for
 construction of railway lines for evacuation of coal.
 - For the year 2013-14, the Company has achieved a production of 462.42
 MT, removed OB of 806.544 MM3 and achieved an off-take of 471.58 MT.,
 with a growth of 2.26%, 8.01% and 1.38% respectively compared to last
 - ECL and BCCL not only achieved their AAP targets of coal production,
 OB removal and off-take but also recorded a
 significant growth in coal production and OB removal. SECL has also
 achieved the AAP target of coal production with 5.11% growth.
 - OB removal during this year is noteworthy as it has registered an
 overall growth of 8.01% over last year. The composite excavation (Coal
 + OB) in CIL has registered a growth of 6.7% over last year.
 - Coal supply to power utilities during the year is 353.83 MT., which
 is 94.1% of the target and has registered a
 growth of about 2.4% compared to last year. This dispatch achievement
 is 86% against the quantity committed under FSA/MoU to power utilities.
 - CIL has paid an interim dividend @ of 290% i.e. Rs. 29/- per share of
 face value of Rs. 10/-. This is the highest ever dividend paid by the
 Company till date.
 2.1 Financial Results (CIL consolidated)
 CIL is one of the largest profit making and tax and dividend paying
 enterprises. CIL and its subsidiaries have achieved an aggregate
 pre-tax profit of Rs. 22,879.54 crores for the year 2013-14 against a
 pre-tax profit of Rs. 24,979.04 crores in the year 2012-13.
                                                        (Rs. in crores)
 Company (CIL subsidiaries/                 2013-14         2012-13
 CIL standalone)                             Profit          Profit
 ECL                                    (+) 1299.28     (+) 1897.18
 BCCL                                   (+) 2089.01     (+) 1709.06
 CCL                                    (+) 2525.87     (+) 2683.56
 NCL                                    (+) 3355.71     (+) 4420.58
 WCL                                     (+) 325.86      (+) 428.87
 SECL (consolidated)                     (+) 7202.40    (+) 6290.37
 MCL (consolidated)                      (+) 5429.08    (+) 6202.48
 CMPDIL                                    (+) 34.60      (+) 29.77
 CIL (standalone)                       (+) 15420.47   (+) 10338.03
 Sub-Total                              (+) 37682.28   (+) 33999.90
 Less: Dividend from 
 Subsidiaries                           (-) 14406.82    (-) 9038.08
 Total                                  (+) 23275.46   (+) 24961.82
 Adjustment for deferred 
 revenue income                          (+)       -      (+) 18.34
 Adjustment for exchange 
 rate variation on Current 
 Account of overseas subsidiary              (+) 0.72    (+) (1.12)
 Adjustment for waiver of
 accrued interest of BCCL                    (396.64)
 Overall Profit as per 
 Consolidated Accounts                   (+) 22879.54  (+) 24979.04
 CIL as a group has achieved post tax profit of Rs. 15,111.67 crores in
 2013-14 (excluding share of minority loss of Rs. 0.04 crore; previous
 year: Nil) as compared to Rs. 17,356.36 crores in 2012-13.
 Highlights of performance
 The highlights of performance of Coal India Limited including its
 subsidiaries for the year 2013-14 compared to the previous year are
 shown in the table below:
                                             2013-14         2012-13
 Production of Coal (in million tonnes)       462.42          452.21
 Off-take of Coal (in million tonnes)         471.58          465.18
 Sales (Gross) (Rs./Crores)                   89374.51        88281.32
 Capital Employed (Rs./Crores) Note- 1        74891.87        78984.09
 Capital Employed (Rs./Crores)- 
 excluding capital work in 
 progress and intangible assets
 under development.                         70386.60        75488.14
 Net Worth (Rs./Crores) (as per Accounts)     42391.86        48460.81
 Profit Before Tax (Rs./Crores)               22879.54        24979.04
 Profit After Tax (Rs./Crores)                15111.67        17356.36
 PAT / Capital Employed (in %)                 20.18           21.97
 Profit before Tax / Net Worth (in %)          53.97           51.54
 Profit after Tax / Net Worth (in %)           35.65           35.82
 Earning Per Share (Rs.)
 (Considering face value 
 of Rs. 10 per share)                            23.92           27.63
 Dividend per Share (Rs.)
 (Considering face value 
 of Rs. 10 per share)                            29.00           14.00
 Coal Stock (net) (in terms of no. 
 of months net sales)                           0.72            0.76
 Trade Receivables (net) (in terms 
 of no. of months gross sales)                  1.11            1.42
 Capital employed = Gross Block of Fixed assets (including capital work
 in progress and intangible assets under development) less accumulated
 depreciation plus current assets minus current liabilities.
 Transfer to reserves
 During the year 2013-14, transfer to various reserves out of CIL
 (standalone) profits are as under:- Transfer to General Reserves - Rs.
 1500.85 crores Transfer to CSR Reserves - Rs. 25.34 crores Transfer to
 Sustainable Development Reserves - Rs. 10.19 crores
 2.2 Dividend Income and Pay Outs (CIL- standalone)
 While the financial statements of both CIL standalone and CIL
 consolidated are presented separately, it is only the CIL (standalone)
 which is listed and is relevant for dividend payment to its
 shareholders. The dividend to its shareholders are paid out of CIL's
 standalone income, the major part of which constitutes the dividend
 income received by it (CIL - standalone) from its five profit making
 subsidiaries i.e. CCL, NCL, WCL, SECL and MCL.
 The breakup of such dividend (interim + final) received and accounted
 for during the year from different subsidiaries are given below:- (Rs. in
 crores) Company (paying subsidiaries) Dividend Income of CIL
                                                2013-14        2012-13
 CCL                                            1009.37        1486.74
 NCL                                            2746.12        1662.05
 WCL                                             194.60         184.04
 SECL                                           3444.63        2984.73
 MCL                                            7012.10        2720.52
 Total                                         14406.82        9038.08
 During the year, Coal India Limited (standalone) has paid a total
 dividend (by way of interim dividend) of Rs. 18317.46 crores @ Rs. 29/- per
 share on 6316364400 number of Equity Shares of Rs. 10/- each fully paid
 up. Out of the above total dividend, the share of Govt of India was Rs.
 16485.71 crores and for other shareholders, Rs. 1831.75 crores. (Earlier
 year - Govt of India - Rs. 7958.62 crores and other shareholders – Rs.
 884.29 crores)
 2.3 Observation of the Statutory Auditors
 The Statutory Auditors have given their observations on the standalone
 accounts of the Company for the year ended 31st March'2014. The
 Auditors' observations in terms of Section 217(3) of the Companies
 Act'1956 and Management Explanation are enclosed as Annexure IV.
 3.1 (a) Off-take of Raw Coal
 Off-take of raw coal continued to maintain its upward trend and reached
 471.58 million tonnes for fiscal ended March 2014, surpassing previous
 highest figure of 465.18 million tonnes achieved during the last year,
 i.e., an increase of 1.4 % over the last year. The overall raw coal
 off-take achieved was 95.8 % of the Annual Action Plan Target.
 Company-wise coal off-take:-
 The Company-wise target vis-à-vis actual off-take for 2013-14 and
 2012-13 are shown below:
                                               Figs. in million tonnes
                         2013-14                2012-13    Growth over 
                                                            last year
 Company   AAP Target   Achieved   % Achieved  Achieved    Abs.     %
 ECL            35.20      36.26        103.0     35.84    0.42    1.2
 BCCL           33.20      34.20        103.0     33.04    1.16    3.5
 CCL            57.20      52.12         91.1     52.89   -0.77   -1.5
 NCL            73.50      72.11         98.1     67.29    4.82    7.2
 WCL            44.10      39.94         90.6     41.55   -1.61   -3.9
 SECL          124.50     122.03         98.0    121.99    0.04   0.03
 MCL           123.30     114.34         92.7    111.96    2.38    2.1
 NEC             1.00       0.58         58.0      0.62   -0.04   -6.5
 CIL           492.00     471.58         95.8    465.18    6.40    1.4
 From the above, it may be seen that ECL and BCCL had not only exceeded
 their targets but also achieved positive growth over last year's
 off-take. Barring CCL, WCL and NEC all other coal companies registered
 a positive growth in off-take. Off-take from CCL was affected due to i)
 strike by contractor's workers, dismantling of Purnadih bridge as per
 the order of High Court ii) stringent restrictions imposed by State
 Government to ensure implementation of permissible carrying capacity
 causing resentment among the contractors and their reluctance to
 execute the contract iii) Naxalite/Extremists restricted loading from
 Tori siding for a considerable period of time and iv) frequent Bandhs /
 local agitation. At WCL, unprecedented heavy rain during monsoon had a
 devastating effect. Damaged roads and bridges, inundation of open-cast
 mines, badly affected coal transportation and off-take. Less lifting by
 MAHAGENCO-Power stations, MPEB-Sarni, HPGCL-Panipat, GEB-Ukai etc. also
 led to the shortfall.
 (b) Sectorwise dispatch of coal & coal products:-
 Sector-wise break-up of dispatch of coal and coal products during
 2013-14 against target and last year's actuals are given below:-
                                                 Figs. in million tonnes
 Year                     2013-14          2012-13  Growth over Last Year
 Sector      AAP Target  Dispatch  % Satn.  Actual      Abs.        %
 (Util)          376.18    353.83    94.1   345.43      8.40       2.4
 Steel *           4.72      3.66    77.5     4.74     -1.08     -22.8
 Cement**          7.08      5.45    77.0     6.47     -1.02     -15.8
 Fertilizer        2.84      2.29    80.6     2.50     -0.21      -8.4
 Others           99.72    106.25   106.5   107.07     -0.82      -0.8
 Despatch        490.54    471.48    96.1   466.21      5.27       1.1
 * despatch of washed coking coal and raw coking coal for direct feed,
 blendable coal to steel plants and to external washeries.
 ** despatch to cement plants excluding cement cpp.
 3.2 Dispatch of coal and coal products by various modes:-
 Dispatch of coal and coal products during 2013-14 went upto 471.48
 million tonnes from 466.21 million tonnes registering a growth of 1.1
 %. Overall despatch by non-rail mode had been almost 104% of the
 target. Growth in despatches via rail mode was 3.3 % whereas overall
 non-rail mode it went down by 1.4 % compared to previous year. Movement
 by MGR was at par with last year. The performance could have been even
 better, but for less movement through MGR at ECL, NCL, MCL and WCL.
 Road dispatch of CIL was more than the target set.
 Dispatch of coal and coal products by various modes for the years
 2013-14 and 2012-13 are given below:
                                              (Figs. in million tonnes)
 Year                   2013-14           2012-13  Growth over Last Year
 Mode      AAP Target  Despatch   % Satn.  Actual      Abs.        %
 Rail          285.76    259.41     90.8   251.11      8.30       3.3
 Road           99.12    112.81    113.8   115.68     -2.87      -2.5
 MGR            93.24     88.75     95.2    88.77     -0.02       0.0
 Modes          12.42     10.51     84.6    10.65     -0.14      -1.3
 Overall       490.54    471.48     96.1   466.21      5.27       1.1
 3. 3 Wagon Loading
 Overall wagon loading materialization was 90.3 % of target. This was
 achieved due to sustained efforts and regular coordination with
 railways at different levels. The increase in loading over last year
 was of 6.12 rakes per day. Company wise performance showed that ECL,
 NCL and SECL had exceeded last year's level of loading and almost
 achieved their target. Also, Rake loading performance was more than
 last year at BCCL, WCL and MCL.
                                                    (Figs. in Rake/day)
                        2013-14                2012-13  Growth over last
 Company   AAP Target  Achieved   % Achieved  Achieved     Abs.      %
 ECL            18.22     18.02         98.9     17.78     0.24     1.3
 BCCL           24.97     22.16         88.7     20.84     1.32     6.3
 CCL            34.95     25.21         72.1     27.26    -2.05    -7.5
 NCL            20.98     20.88         99.5     18.67     2.21    11.8
 WCL            16.99     15.70         92.4     15.16     0.54     3.6
 SECL           35.02     34.25         97.8     32.90     1.35     4.1
 MCL            58.69     53.51         91.2     50.83     2.68     5.3
 NEC             0.87      0.43         49.4      0.60    -0.17   -28.3
 CIL *         210.69    190.16         90.3    184.04     6.12     3.3
 Note: Due to revision of wagon loading figures submitted by Railway
 Board, Kolkata and WCL, Nagpur for the year 2012-13 – the loading is
 shown as 184.04 rakes/day, instead of 186.4 rakes/day. The difference
 was caused due to inclusion of non-CIL loading by Railways in the
 loading figures of WCL which was subsequently corrected by Railways and
 The loading would have been more but for the following reasons:
 - Cyclone 'Phailin' followed by devastating rainfall in October' 2013.
 - At ECL, regulated lifting by many power utilities like WBPDCL, NTPC,
 DPL and RGTP-Hissar etc either, due to high stock at TPS end or
 non-payment of advance coal values as per terms of FSA and frequent
 railway restrictions due to movement of imported rakes/up-country
 - At CCL, Naxalite/Extremists restricted loading from Tori siding for a
 considerable period of time; frequent bandhs/ local agitation and
 regulated lifting by HPGCL power stations.
 - At NCL, regulated lifting by HPGCL, RRVUNL and Rajghat TPS and
 non-payment of advance coal values as per terms of FSA by the Power
 - At WCL, less lifting by MAHAGENCO-Power stations, MPEB-Sarni,
 HPGCL-Panipat, GEB-Ukai etc.
 - At SECL, regulated lifting by GEB & RRVUNL.
 - At MCL, contractor's workers went on strike at S-3 and S-4 siding of
 Talcher field during October'13-January'14 and restriction in
 transportation and loading activity imposed by State Govt of Odisha
 from 11.00 AM to 3.30 PM during summer due to excessive heat.
 3.4 Consumer satisfaction
 i) In order to ensure enhanced customer satisfaction, special emphasis
 has been given to quality management. Steps were taken to monitor
 quality right at the coalface apart from bringing further improvements
 in crushing, handling, loading and transport system.
 ii) CIL has built coal handling plants with capacity of about 296 MT
 per annum so as to maximize despatches of crushed/sized coal to the
 consumer.  In addition, washeries at BCCL, CCL, WCL and NCL have
 adequate crushing/sizing facilities of about 39.4 million tonnes.
 iii) Measures like picking of shale/stone, selective mining by
 conventional mode as well as by surface miners, adopting proper
 blasting procedure/technique for reducing the possibility of admixture
 of coal with over-burden materials, improved fragmentation of coal etc.
 are being taken for improving coal quality.
 iv) Surface Miners have been deployed for selective mining at some of
 the mines to improve the quality of coal. Action is being taken for
 deployment of more surface miners in other mines where geo-mining
 condition permits. Already 56 Surface Miners have been deployed in
 opencast mines and are working satisfactorily.
 v) Joint sampling system is in vogue for major coal consuming sectors
 e.g. power (utilities as well as captive), steel, cement, sponge iron
 covering more than 95% of total production of CIL. On overall basis,
 large consumers having annual contracted quantity of 0.4 MT or more and
 having FSA have been covered under sampling.
 vi) From 1st October, 2013, an independent 3rd party sampling and
 analysis system was introduced for more transparency in the system and
 for smooth operation in all the areas of subsidiary coal companies of
 CIL. Subsidiaries have procured 121 Bomb-Calorimeters for more accurate
 and transparent results of analysis of coal samples.  The sampling and
 analysis are being done in the presence of customers as per provision
 of FSA at loading end and based on the results the customers are paying
 the bills of coal as per analyzed grades.
 The achievement of grade conformity in respect of sampling and analysis
 had been to the tune of 95.63% (approx.) in respect of supplies to
 power sector during the joint sampling period i.e. from April 2013 to
 September 2013 and to the tune of 92.63% (approx.) during the third
 party sampling period i.e.  from October 2013 to March 2014.
 vii) Electronic weighbridges with the facility of electronic printout
 have been installed at rail loading points to ensure that coal
 dispatches are made only after proper weighment. For this purpose,
 subsidiaries have installed 169 weighbridges in the Railway Sidings and
 536 weighbridges for weighment of trucks. Subsidiaries have also taken
 actions for installation of standby weighbridges to ensure 100%
 viii) 25 Auto Mechanical Samplers are also working in subsidiaries for
 sampling of coal for the bulk consumers eliminating biasness in
 sampling process. Procurement of further AMSs is under process.
 3.5 Marketing of Coal:
 (A) Status of implementation of different provisions under New Coal
 Distribution Policy (NCDP) is as under:
 (i) For power stations, commissioned on or before 31.03.2009, 306
 million tonnes of coal had been considered to be supplied through
 legally enforceable Fuel Supply Agreements (FSA) with a trigger level
 of 90%. The total quantity covered under FSA against the allocation as
 on March'14 was 306 million tonnes.
 Apart from the above, 179 Letter of Assurances has been issued to power
 plants by subsidiary companies of CIL, as per the recommendations of
 various SLC (LT) Meetings, about 426.7 million tonnes of coal. Further,
 as per Presidential Directives dated 16-4-2012, and a revised directive
 dated 17-7-2013, the list of Power Plants and aggregate capacity were
 revised. A total 172 Thermal Power Plants (TPPs) were listed with an
 aggregate capacity of 78555 MW. Till 31.3.2014, 160 FSAs have been
 signed with Power Plants for an aggregate capacity of 72575 MW.
 However, out of the said capacity, TPPs having capacity of 56,937 MW
 have furnished a long term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) and qualify
 for coal supply subject to commissioning etc. After a successful
 meeting with NTPC in July 2013 to resolve the pending FSA issues,
 signing of FSA with NTPC power plants appeared in the Presidential
 Directives have completed for an aggregate plant capacity of 13510 MW
 which included both wholly owned and JV Plants of NTPC.
 (ii) In addition, 6 power plants having Pre-NCDP Long Term Linkage
 (commissioned and appearing in the MOC letter dated 17.02.2012 not
 having LOA) are drawing coal under FSA/MOU.
 (iii) Out of 1208 valid linked units other than power and steel plants
 with eligible FSA quantity of 76.24
 million tonnes, 875 units had executed FSAs for 58.64 million tonnes.
 FSAs of existing consumers were signed in 2008 with tenure of 5 years;
 many of the FSAs had expired and are under renewal process.
 (iv) For supply of coal to SME sector, 8 million tonnes was earmarked
 for allocation to agencies nominated by the State Govt's/ UT's. 17
 states / UT's sent their nomination of 24 state agencies for the year
 2013- 14 of which 19 state agencies have signed FSAs for 4.08 million
 tonnes and drawing coal accordingly.
 (v) After implementation of NCDP, 418 LOAs were also issued to
 consumers of sponge iron, CPP and cement as per the recommendations of
 various SLC (LT) meetings for a quantity of 65.09 million tonnes per
 annum. Out of these, 312 FSAs have been concluded till date for 40.81
 Million tonnes per annum.
 (vi) Under Forward E-Auction scheme the quantity allocated was 4.094
 million tonnes as against 4.961 million tonnes allocated during the
 last year. During the period under review, 58.125 million tonnes of
 coal was allocated under spot e- auction to the successful bidders as
 against 44.256 million tonnes of coal allocated during the last year.
 The notional gain through Spot E-auction over and above the notified
 price was 37.6% as against 49.9% during last year.
 (B) Initiative for overcoming logistic bottlenecks:
 CIL came out with a scheme for supply of coal As is – Where is basis
 to its power consumers under FSA, to be taken by the purchasers by
 arranging their own logistics from stock points. The scheme aimed at
 augmenting coal despatch capacity which is constrained due to various
 logistics issues restricting transportation to dispatch points.
 Similar provision is provided in the FSA for the Seller to offer coal
 upto 5% of the contracted quantity by using purchaser's own
 transportation arrangements, either by Road or Road cum Rail (R-C-R)
 mode in three coal companies namely CCL, MCL and SECL where logistics
 inadequacy has restrained coal supply potentials of these companies.
 (C) Financial Impact of Presidential Directive dated 17th July, 2013:
 Due to implementation of Presidential Directive dated 17th July, 2013,
 no compensation has been paid for short supplies of coal to the new
 power plants under the terms of FSA during the year. Copy of
 Presidential Directive is enclosed as Annexure VI.
 3.6 Coal Benef ciation
 CIL operates 17 coal washeries with a total capacity of 39.40 Mty. Out
 of these, 13 are coking coal washeries with a total capacity of 24.90
 Mty and 4 are non coking coal washeries with a total capacity of 14.50
 Mty. CIL had initiated action through global tender to establish 16
 coal washeries with a total capacity of 100.60 Mty, out of which 6 are
 coking coal washeries with a total capacity of 18.60 Mty and 10 are non
 coking coal washeries with a total capacity of 82.00 Mty.  Construction
 jobs at three washeries are in progress. Letter of Acceptance/Letter of
 Intimation of two washeries has been issued. Work in other washeries is
 at different stages of evaluation.
 3.7 Stock of Coal.
 The stock of coal (net of provisions) at the close of the year 2013-14
 was Rs. 4154.61 crores, which was equivalent to 0.72 month value of net
 sales. The company-wise position of stocks held on 31.03.2014 and on
 31.03.2013 is given below:-
             (Rs. In Crores)  (Rs. In Crores)
              Net Value of  Net Value of  Stock in terms of no. of 
                                            months Net Sales
              stock as on   stock as on
 Company      31.03.2014    31.03.2013    As on 31.03.14  As on 31.03.13
 ECL            298.19        307.98           0.40           0.40
 BCCL           618.75        757.05           0.90           1.07
 CCL           1067.28       1103.23           1.50           1.55
 NCL            484.64        629.32           0.63           0.86
 WCL            663.47        584.54           1.20           1.05
 SECL           565.61        445.55           0.40           0.33
 MCL            418.53        460.38           0.50           0.55
 NEC/CIL         38.14         13.11           1.46           0.45
 Total         4154.61       4301.16           0.72           0.76
 3.8 Trade Receivables
 Trade Receivables i.e. net coal sales dues outstanding as on
 31.03.2014, after providing Rs. 2589.01 crores (previous year Rs. 1855.65
 crores) for bad and doubtful debts, was Rs. 8241.03 crores (previous year
 Rs. 10480.21 crores) which is equivalent to 1.11 months gross sales of
 CIL as a whole (previous year 1.42 months). Subsidiary-wise break-up of
 trade receivables outstanding as on 31.03.2014 as against 31.03.2013
 are shown below:- Figures in Rs. Crores
 Company            Trade Receivables           Trade Receivables
                    As on 31.03.2014            As on 31.03.2013
                Gross    Net of provisions    Gross   Net of provisions
 ECL          2143.71        1720.01        3981.52       3582.13
 BCCL         2091.42        1570.15        1934.31       1372.05
 CCL          2498.31        1875.72        2080.45       1533.87
 NCL          1609.62         955.94        1741.28       1738.21
 WCL           548.64         468.93         551.66        471.27
 SECL         1579.35        1336.78        1582.46       1350.29
 MCL           333.11         298.39         451.93        430.91
 NEC/CIL        25.88          15.11          12.25          1.48
 Total       10830.04        8241.03       12335.86      10480.21
 3.9 Payment of Royalty, Cess, Sales Tax, Stowing Excise Duty, Central
 Excise Duty, Clean Energy Cess, Entry Tax and Others
 During the year 2013-14, CIL and its Subsidiaries paid/adjusted Rs.
 19713.52 crores (previous year Rs. 19731.11 crores) towards Royalty Cess,
 Sales Tax and other levies as detailed below:- 
                                                   Figures in Rs. Crores
                                             2013-14         2012-13
 Royalty                                    7,559.11         7248.61
 Cess & Others                              2,202.65         2355.73
 Sales Tax / VAT/CST                        2,960.08         2908.49
 Stowing Excise Duty                          464.26          457.54
 Central Excise Duty                        3,920.25         4227.49
 Clean Energy Cess                          2,390.86         2319.35
 Entry Tax                                    216.31          213.90
 Total                                     19,713.52        19731.11
 4.1 Raw coal production
 Production of raw coal during 2013-14 was 462.422 million tonnes
 against 452.211 million tonnes produced in 2012-13. The company- wise
 production is given below:
                                             (Figure in million tonnes)
                     Coking           Non-Coking             Total
 Company       2013-14   2012-13   2013-14   2012-13  2013-14    2012-13
 ECL            0.048     0.043     36.006    33.868   36.054    33.911
 BCCL          30.054    26.970      2.560     4.243   32.614    31.213
 CCL           18.440    16.156     31.582    31.905   50.022    48.061
 NCL            0.000     0.000     68.639    70.021   68.639    70.021
 WCL            0.249     0.330     39.480    41.957   39.729    42.287
 SECL           0.125     0.157    124.136   118.062  124.261   118.219
 MCL            0.000     0.000    110.439   107.894  110.439   107.894
 NEC            0.000     0.000      0.664     0.605    0.664     0.605
 CIL           48.916    43.656    413.506   408.555  462.422   452.211
 4.2 Production from underground and opencast mines.
 Coal production from underground mines in 2013-14 was 36.113 million
 tonnes compared to 37.776 million tonnes in 2012-13. Production from
 Open cast mines during 2013-14 was 92.19% of total raw coal production.
 The company-wise production is given as under:
                                           (Figures in million tonnes)
                  Underground Production   Opencast
                                           Production   Total Production
 Company         2013-14     2012-13   2013-14  2012-13  2013-14  2012-13
 ECL              6.871       6.849    29.183   27.062   36.054   33.911
 BCCL             2.704       3.153    29.910   28.060   32.614   31.213
 CCL              0.956       1.024    49.066   47.037   50.022   48.061
 NCL              0.000       0.000    68.639   70.021   68.639   70.021
 WCL              7.730       8.200    31.999   34.087   39.729   42.287
 SECL            16.416      16.869   107.845  101.350  124.261  118.219
 MCL              1.433       1.678   109.006  106.216  110.439  107.894
 NEC              0.003       0.003     0.661    0.602    0.664    0.605
 CIL             36.113      37.776   426.309  414.435  462.422  452.211
 4.3 Hard Coke and Washed Coal (Coking) Production
 Subsidiary-wise production of Hard Coke and Washed Coal (Coking) was as
                                                (Figures in Lakh Tonnes)
                           Hard Coke             Washed Coal (Coking)
 Company             2013-14    2012-13          2013-14     2012-13
 ECL                    -          -                -           -
 BCCL                  0.00       0.00             9.53       13.29
 CCL                    -          -              13.58       12.39
 NCL                    -          -                -           -
 WCL                    -          -               1.20        1.44
 SECL                   -          -                -           -
 MCL                    -          -                -           -
 NEC                    -          -                -           -
 CIL                   0.00       0.00             24.31      27.12
 4.4 Overburden Removal
 Overburden Removal during 2013-14 was 806.544 million cubic metres
 against 746.702 million cubic metres achieved in 2012-13 recording a
 splendid growth of 8.01%. The Company-wise details of overburden
 removal is shown below:
                                    (Figures in million cubic metres)
 Company              2013-14         2012-13
 ECL                  85.756           76.448
 BCCL                 85.419           84.259
 CCL                  59.022           63.308
 NCL                 208.787          195.706
 WCL                 120.076          113.685
 SECL                144.875          118.202
 MCL                  96.028           90.361
 NEC                   6.581            4.733
 CIL                 806.544          746.702
 4.5 Future Outlook
 In the terminal year (2016-17), as per XII Plan document, growth rate
 of demand for coal in India has been envisaged at 7.09% (980.50 Mt). In
 2014-15, demand for coal in India has been estimated to the tune of
 787.03 Mt against 769.69 Mt in 2013-14.
 In the TY of XII Plan (2016-17), the envisaged indigenous coal
 production is 795.00 Mt. Out of this, share of CIL is 615 Mt (77 %
 share of total production)with an envisaged growth rate of 7.12 %. Out
 of this, 30.20 % is to come from existing mines, 54.2 % from projects
 under implementation and 15.6% from new projects to be taken up. On
 date, 148 projects are under various stages of implementation.
 Further, 126 new projects are also identified to be taken up in future.
 Coal production target of CIL in 2014-15 is 507 Mt with a growth of
 9.61 % over last year's achievement.
 CIL has proposed a capital outlay of Rs. 25, 400 crores in XII Plan plus
 an ad-hoc provision of Rs. 35,000 crores for acquisition of assets abroad
 and development of the acquired coal blocks in Mozambique. The capital
 expenditure for the year 2014-15 has been envisaged at Rs. 5225.00 crores
 plus additional ad-hoc provision of Rs. 4500 crores for acquisition of
 coal assets abroad and development of coal blocks in Mozambique.
 Railway infrastructure Projects: In order to achieve the planned growth
 in production and evacuation in future, CIL has undertaken the
 following major Railway Infrastructure Projects to be executed by
 Indian Railways Authority:
 1.  Tori-Shivpur-Khatotia new BG Line with a length of about 93.45 Km
 for North Karanpura Coalfields of Central Coalfields Limited, Ranchi,
 Jharkhand. The work is under execution in Tori-Shivpur Section by East
 Central Railway, Patna.
 2.  Jharsuguda –Barpalli Railway Infrastructure Project with a length
 of about 52.4 Km for IB Coalfields of Mahanadi Coalfields Limited,
 Sambalpur, Odisha. The work is under execution by South Eastern
 Railways, Kolkata.
 3.  To cater to evacuation of coal from Mand-Raigarh and Korba-Gevra
 Coalfields of SECL, following 2 Railway Corridors have been identified
 for construction:
 (a) East Corridor (Bhupdeopur-Gharghoda-Dharamjaiigarh upto Korba with
 a spur from Gharghoda to Donga Mahua to connect mines of Gare-Pelma
 Block) with a length of about 180 km.
 (b) East-West Corridor (Gevra Road via Dipka, Kathghora, Sindurgarh,
 Pasan) with a length of about 122 Km
 An MoU has been signed among SECL, IRCON International Limited and the
 Government of Chhattisgarh (GoCG) for Sl.No.3 with the equity share
 holding of 64%, 26% and 10% respectively.
 The population of Major Opencast Equipment (Heavy Earth Moving
 Machinery) as on 1.4.2014 and on 1.4.2013 alongwith their performance
 in terms of availability and utilisation expressed as percentage of
 CMPDIL norm is tabulated below:
                     No. of Equipment    Indicated as % of CMPDIL Norm
                                          Availability    Utilisation 
                    As on     As on
 Equipment        1.4.2014   1.4.2013  2013-14  2012-13  2013-14  2012-13
 Dragline             36        39        97      90        80      77
 Shovel              732       715        91      88        78      77
 Dumper             2977      3109       102     101        70      70
 Dozer               977       972        91      91        58      58
 Drill               693       707       104      99        61      65
 The overall system capacity utilization of CIL as a whole for the year
 2013-14 has worked out to be 84.75 %. It was 82.99 % during 2012- 13.
 The subsidiary-wise details in terms of percentage vis-a-vis the
 preceding year are as under:
                                 (Unit %)
 Company              2013-14    2012-13
 ECL                  130.78     118.97
 BCCL                  93.61      79.29
 CCL                   84.66      84.89
 NCL                   75.54      76.69
 WCL                   92.47      93.41
 SECL                  88.49      80.52
 MCL                   68.60      75.61
 NEC                   82.38      66.34
 Total CIL             84.75      82.99
 Output per manshift (OMS) during 2013-14 improved to 5.62 tonnes from
 5.32 tonnes per manshift of previous year. The company-wise position is
 given in the following table:
                                                   (Figures in tonnes)
                    Underground OMS    Opencast OMS      Overall OMS
 Company        2013-14    2012-13    2013-14  2012-13  2013-14  2012-13
 ECL             0.48       0.46       10.96    10.17    2.13     1.94
 BCCL            0.31       0.35        9.38     8.31    2.74     2.50
 CCL             0.33       0.33        6.26     6.09    4.64     4.42
 NCL             0.00       0.00       13.78    13.65   13.78    13.65
 WCL             1.07       1.10        5.14     5.03    2.96     2.97
 SECL            1.35       1.37       21.45    19.26    7.23     6.72
 MCL             0.84       0.97       22.16    21.34   16.69    16.07
 NEC             0.01       0.01        4.33     3.77    1.54     1.30
 CIL             0.76       0.77       12.18    11.48    5.62     5.32
 8.1 Preparation of Reports: As prioritized by subsidiary companies of
 Coal India Limited, preparation of Project Reports (PR) for
 new/expansion/re-organization mines was carried out during the year
 2012-2013 for building additional coal production capacity to the tune
 of 75 Mty. Revision of Project Reports/Cost Estimates for projects was
 also taken up along with new PRs Thrust was laid on preparation of
 reports of identified projects of XII Plan.
 Other important jobs undertaken during the year:
 - Master plan of coalfields
 - Preparation and evaluation of RFQ (Request for Qualification) and RFP
 (Request for Proposal) documents and customization of bid documents for
 coal washeries
 - Operational plans for large OC mines
 - Environment Management Plan (EMP)
 - Mining Plans and Mine Closure Plans of OC and UG mines
 - Mine capacity assessment of underground and opencast mines of CIL.
 - Various technical studies relating to operation of opencast and
 underground mines.
 - Performance analysis of HEMM operating in OC mines of CIL.
 - Preparation of Standard Bid Documents for procurement of Continuous
 Miner in underground mines of CIL.
 - Preparation of Model Bid Document and Conceptual Report for setting
 up of FBC based thermal power plants using washery rejects.
 - Detailed design and drawings, NIT, tender scrutiny, etc.
 Expert Consultancy Services: During the year 2013-2014, expert
 consultancy services were also provided to subsidiary companies of Coal
 India Limited in the field of Environmental Management and Monitoring,
 Remote Sensing, Energy Audit (Diesel and Electrical), Benchmarking of
 Diesel and Electrical Consumption and Fixation of Diesel and Electrical
 Consumption Norms of Opencast and Underground mines, Physico-mechanical
 tests on Rock and Coal Samples, Subsidence Studies, Strata Control,
 Non-Destructive Testing (NDT), Controlled Blasting and Vibration
 Studies and Explosive Utilization, Ventilation/Gas Survey of UG mines,
 Mining Electronics, Petrography and Cleat Study on coal samples, Coal
 Core Processing and Analysis, Washability tests, OBR Survey, Man Riding
 System, Soil Erosion Study, Slope Stability Study, Effl uent/Sewerage
 Treatment Plants, Assessment of Normative Cost of sand stowing for
 stowing mines, etc.
 8.2 Project Implementation
 a) The following 4 coal projects, each costing Rs. 20 crores and above,
 with an ultimate capacity of 11.00 Mty and completion cost of Rs. 653.97
 crores, have been completed during the year 2013-14:-
                                              Sanctioned      Completion
 No Company     Name of Projects     Type    Capacity (Mty)   (Rs.crores)
 1.  NCL         Bina Expn           OC       1.50(Incr)        67.53
 2.  MCL         Lajkura Expn        OC       2.50              60.77
 3.  MCL         Samaleswari         OC       5.00             382.10
 4.  CCL         Urimari EPR         OC       2.00             143.57
     TOTAL                                   11.00             653.97
 b) 1 Coal project, costing Rs. 20 crores and above, with an ultimate
 capacity of 1.30 MTY and sanctioned capital of Rs. 40.16 crores have
 started contributing production during the year 2013-14 :-
                                             Capacity       Sanctioned  
 No Company     Name of Projects    Type      (Mty)        (Rs. Crores)
 1  CCL         Kuju Schm.           OC        1.30           40.16
 Status of Ongoing Projects:
 Presently, there are 118 mining (excluding 13 projects of WCL approved
 subject to finalization of Coal Supply Agreement on cost plus basis.)
 and 25 non-mining projects, costing Rs. 20 crores and above, under
 Out of 118 mining projects, 31 projects are running on schedule and 87
 are delayed. Out of 25 non-mining projects, 21 are on schedule and 4
 are delayed.
 Status of ongoing projects costing Rs. 20 crores. and above:-
 Projects         Total projects    Projects on 
                                     schedule      Projects delayed
 Mining                118              31             87
 Non Mining             25              21              4
 Total                 143              52             91
 Reasons for the delay Mining Projects:
 1      DELAY IN LAND ACQUISITION + FC + R&R           56
 2      MISCELLANEOUS                                  31
        TOTAL                                          87
 Non – mining Projects:
 Out of 4 delayed non-mining projects, all are delayed due to land and
 rehabilitation problems including forest problem.
 8.3 Projects Sanctioned (Costing Rs. 20 crores & above) :
 (a) No Advance Action proposal has been sanctioned during 2013-14.
 (b) CIL Board has sanctioned 3 mining projects during 2013-14.
                                          Sanc. Capacity    Sanc. Capital
 Sl No   Project      Sub     Date of 
                              Approval        (MTY)         (Rs. crores)
                                             50.00            7612.33
 1.     Kusmunda  
        Expn OCP     SECL     03.08.2013     (35 Incr)     (Incr 6912.33)
 2.     Chhal Expn 
        OCP          SECL     16.12.2013      6.00            2127.59
 3.     North Tisra
        South Tisra  
        OC           BCCL     12.02.2014      6.00             555.52
        Total                                62.00           10295.44
 (c) No Non-mining project has been approved during the year 2013-14 by
 (d) The Subsidiary Company Boards have sanctioned 4 mining projects,
 costing Rs. 20 crores and above, for a total capacity of 6 Mty and
 sanctioned capital of Rs. 743.32 crores under their delegated powers
 during the year 2013-14:
                                              Sanc Capacity  Sanc Capital
 No     Project              Sub      Date of
                                     Approval      (MTY)     (Rs. crores)
 1.  Sayal 'D' OCP           CCL     10.10.2013    1.00         48.53
 2.  Jeevandhara OC          CCL     19.11.2013    1.00        282.20
 3.  Mugoli& Nirguda Ext OC  WCL     06.02.2014    3.00        372.52
 4.  Hindustan Lalpeth       WCL     06.02.2014    1.00         40.07
      Total                                        6.00        743.32
 (e) The Subsidiary Boards have sanctioned following 3 Non-mining
 Projects, costing Rs. 20 crores and above, under their delegated powers
 during 2013-14:-
 Sl Cos       Non-Mining Projects approved    Capital (Rs.Cr)  Approval
 1.  MCL      Lingraj Silo Loading
              arrangement                       227.00         16.05.14
 2.  MCL      Expn of BOCM (BOCM 6 & 7)          27.15         17.06.14
 3.  MCL      Concrete pavement in coal 
              transportation road of Kaniha OC   26.91         24.12.13
 8.4 Revised Project /Revised Cost Estimates
 (a) No RPR/RCE was sanctioned by CIL during 2013-14.
 (b) Following RPRs/RCEs sanctioned by the Subsidiary Company Boards
 during 2013-14.
 Sl    Cos      Projects approved       Capacity (Mty)    (Rs. Crores)
 1.    MCL      Lajkura Expn RCE OC       1.50              60.77
 CIL's subsidiaries have undertaken following measures, interalia to
 conserve energy :
 - Power capacitors are added / replaced wherever necessary to improve
 power factor on the basis of regular monitoring and assessment.
 - Energy Audit and Benchmarking are conducted for selected opencast /
 underground mines by CMPDIL on regular basis.
 - Energy efficient lamps are widely used in places of new
 installations. Existing energy inefficient lamps are gradually replaced
 with energy efficient lamps.
 - Time switches are installed at various places for automatic control
 of street lights.
 - Power supply systems are re-organized wherever necessary for
 efficient use of energy.
 - Re-organization of pumping including pipeline is done at places, as
 deemed necessary, to avoid stage pumping thereby improving efficient
 use of energy.
 - Various energy conservation measures are taken and general awareness
 is propagated among all concerned for efficient use of energy.
 - Demand side management is done by improving load factor and limiting
 maximum demand wherever practicable by staggering aidable load from
 peak hours to off-peak hours.
 - CIL coordinates with the subsidiaries and follows up on their
 activities for energy conservation.
 - Performances of subsidiaries on energy conservation are discussed
 during the co-ordination meeting.
 - Project-wise specific consumption of diesel is monitored and the same
 is compared with benchmark.
 - A CIL R&D endeavour under the project entitled 'Green House Gas
 recovery from coal mines and coal beds for conversion of energy
 (GHG2E)' was taken up and the main objective of the project study is to
 develop capacity building in the new area of Coal Mine Methane (CMM)
 drainage and CO2 has been completed.
 - A project entitled 'Research and Development on efficient energy
 management pilot study and action plan' was taken up with CIL R&D fund
 to identify feasible new technologies and functionalities for
 improvement in energy management in mines through key performance
 indicators and adoption of renewable energy like possibility of usage
 of solar photovoltaic cells for the existing and future buildings under
 green infrastructure concept.
 Overall capital expenditure during 2013-14 was Rs. 4329.86 crores as
 against Rs. 2915.23 crores in previous year, the subsidiary-wise details
 of which are given below:- 
                                                Figures in Rs. crores
                              2013-14                  2012-13
 Company                (BE)      Actual          (BE)        Actual
 ECL                   525.00     408.87         450.00       202.94
 BCCL                  850.00     504.24         300.00       266.15
 CCL                   500.00     657.18         425.00       397.42
 NCL                   800.00     301.76         850.00       444.19
 WCL                   450.00     287.66         350.00       264.05
 SECL                  850.00     956.21         900.00       628.85
 MCL                   500.00     876.84         500.00       531.56
 CMPDIL                 30.00      20.26          30.00         6.94
 NEC/CIL/Others*       495.00     316.84         470.00       173.13
 Total                5000.00    4329.86        4275.00      2915.23
 * Include Master Action Plan.
 Capital Expenditure incurred during 2013-14 is about 86.60% of BE
 (68.19% in 2012-13).
 The authorized share capital of the Company as on 31.03.2014 was Rs.
 8904.18 crores, distributed between Equity and Non-cumulative
 redeemable preference shares as under:
 (i) 800,00,00,000 Equity Shares of Rs. 10/- each (Previous Year
 800,00,00,000 Equity Shares of Rs. 10/- each)      Rs. 8000.00 crores
 (ii) 90,41,800 Non-cumulative 10% Redeemable Preference Shares of Rs.
 1000/- each                                      Rs. 904.18 crores 
 (Previous Year 90,41,800 Non-cumulative 10%
 Redeemable Preference Shares of Rs. 1000/- each)
 Total                                            Rs. 8904.18 crores
 Listing of shares of Coal India Limited in Stock Exchanges:
 Pursuant to divestment of 10% of total equity shares held by Hon'ble
 President of India (Govt. of India), to the public, the shares of Coal
 India Limited are listed in two major Stock Exchanges of India, viz.
 Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange on 4th November,
 Further divestment by Govt. of India to CPSE – ETF:
 During FY 2013-14, Govt. of India has further divested 0.35% of total
 equity shares equivalent to 2,20,37,834 number of equity shares by way
 of placement of such shares in Central Public Sector Exchange Traded
 Fund (CPSE-ETF) and post such divestment, the Govt. of India holds
 89.65% of the total equity share capital as on 31.03.2014.
 Pursuant to above the shareholding pattern in CIL stood as follows:
                       As on 31.03.2014           As on 31.03.2013
                Shareholding   Share Capital   Shareholding Share Capital
                Pattern (%)    (Rs. crores)     Pattern (%)  (Rs. crores)
 Government of 
 India              89.65        5662.69           90.00      5684.72
 CPSE - ETF          0.35          22.03             -           -
 Other Investors    10.00         631.64           10.00       631.64
 Total             100.00        6316.36          100.00      6316.36
 Aggregate borrowings of CIL have decreased to Rs. 177.82 crores in
 2013-14 from Rs. 1305.30 crores in 2012-13, as detailed below.
                                             Figures in Rs. crores
 Particulars                              2013-14        2012-13
 Foreign Loans including deferred 
 IBRD/JBIC*                                  -           1136.23
 EDC Canada                                168.07         160.35
 Liebherr France SA., France                 9.75           8.72
 TOTAL                                     177.82        1305.30
 * The foreign currency loans drawn from JBIC Bank (denominated in
 Japanese Yen) and IBRD Bank (denominated in US Dollar) for
 implementation of coal sector rehabilitation project in various
 subsidiaries has been prepaid during the year on 05.11.2013 and
 06.12.2013 respectively.
 The debt servicing has been duly met in all the components of the loans
 / deferred credits.
 13.  INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATION International Co-operation
 Coal India is envisaged for foreign collaboration with a view to:-
 ¦ Bring in proven and advanced technologies and management skills for
 exploiting UG and OC mines and coal preparation
 ¦ Exploration and exploitation of Methane from Coal bed, Abandoned
 mine, Ventilation air, Shale gas, Coal gasification, etc.
 ¦ Locating overseas countries interested in Joint Venture in the field
 of coal mining with special thrust on coking coal mining
 The priority areas include acquisition of modern and high productive
 underground mining technology, introduction of high productive opencast
 mining technology, working underground in difficult geological
 conditions, fire control and mine safety, coal preparation, application
 of 3D seismic survey for exploration, extraction of Coal Bed Methane,
 Coal Gasification, application of Geographical Information System,
 Satellite Surveillance, environmental control, overseas ventures in
 coal mining
 CIL would endeavour to acquire suitable technology through
 international bidding. Bilateral cooperation may also be encouraged for
 locating availability of cost effective and latest technologies in the
 aforesaid areas, with discernibly advantages CIL, therefore, has been
 following both the routes
 Following are the details of activities that took place with various
 countries during 2013-14
 Indo-US Collaboration
 The 10th Indo-US Coal Working Group meeting was held on 10th March,
 2014 in New Delhi. The status of ongoing projects under ndo-US CWG was
 reviewed. Presentations were made by CMPDI/ CIL on new areas of
 The status of ongoing projects under Indo-US CWG is as follows:-
 a) Development of Coal Preparation Plant Simulator:
 The identified US consultant M/s Sharpe International LLC, USA (SI) was
 awarded the work in October 2009 for development of a Coal Preparation
 Plant Simulator. Total work was split into 18 activities out of which
 11 activities were completed. Later, SI expressed in October 2013 their
 inability to complete the work. US representatives were requested to
 take up the matter with the M/s Sharpe for a meaningful conclusion of
 the project.
 b) Cost Effective Technology for Beneficiation and Recovery of Fine
 Coal :
 US DOE had identified Virginia Tech University (VTU) for establishing
 an efficient technique for beneficiation and dewatering of Indian
 coking coal fines through a demonstration plant based on the
 technologies identified after pilot scale tests of Indian coking coal
 samples on different state-of-the- art equipment at VTU. A joint
 project proposal was drawn and approved by CIL R&D Board in Dec.  2010.
 The VTU, however, expressed its inability to sign an international
 agreement and as such the project could not be started. US
 representatives were requested to apprise different available
 technologies for fine coal beneficiation and recovery so that different
 projects can be taken up based on merit.
 c) Underground Coal Gasification (UCG):
 UCG, which may offer solution to untapped isolated coal deposits lying
 at depths, is one of the key areas under Indo-US collaboration. In
 order to promote R&D efforts for potential application of technological
 advances and to establish these in the Indian geo- mining condition, a
 brief proposal for capacity building has been sent by MoC to Lead
 Coordinator, India-US Coal Working Group, USA. It was proposed that the
 proposal would be taken up by CMPDI, with the budget available under
 R&D fund of Coal India Limited. UC-CIEE can be the co-implementing
 agency from the US side.
 New Areas of Collaboration:
 a) Advanced Dry Coal Cleaning technologies
 b) 3 D Seismic Surveys
 c) Planning Large Capacity Opencast Mines
 d) Mine Rehabilitation and Reclamation
 Indo-EU Collaboration
 The 8th meeting of Indo-EU working group on Coal and Clean Coal
 Technologies was held on 28-29 Nov, 2013 at Chennai. One of the
 key areas for cooperation is the development and deployment of advanced
 coal mining. The aim of advanced coal technologies is to increase the
 efficiency and safety in coal production and to mitigate environmental
 and social impacts. Co-operation of EU was sought for various aspects
 related to coal mining like steeply dipping seated coal seams as under:
 - Innovative mining technologies and environment friendly solutions.
 - Development of technology for deep coal mines and possible solutions
 for Indian conditions.
 - Technological improvements to manage these risks, especially on the
 prevention, and include rock stress monitoring system, mine atmosphere
 control, and methane drainage technique, personnel tracking system and
 staff training for emergency situations.
 - The need to modernize, develop and adopt technologies for high
 capacity and productive underground coal mining from deep and thick
 coal seams.
 - Underground coal mining technologies for mass production for steep
 and gassy coal seams.
 - Results of feasibility study to design a mining methodology for NEC
 Both sides had agreed to hold the next meeting of the Coal Working
 Group in September/October, 2014 in one of the EU coal regions.
 A proposal titled 'Introduction of a new underground mining technology
 at North-East Coalfields in Assam, India' was placed before the Indo-EU
 Working Group on clean coal technology for consideration in 2012. The
 feasibility study to design a suitable mining technology and operation
 was awarded to a Spanish Consortium led by AITEMIN. The members from
 the Spanish Consortium visited from 10-14 Feb, 2014 for preliminary
 discussions and data collection. The report is likely to be submitted
 by August/September, 2014.
 Indo-Australian Collaboration
 CMPDI and CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research
 Organisation), Australia entered into an MoU on 12th June, 2013 to
 encourage programmes of exchange and collaboration in areas of mutual
 In pursuant to the directive of the Ministry of Coal, CMPDI on behalf
 of CIL, is contemplating to take up a project on mitigation and
 utilization of Ventilation Air Methane (VAM) at Moonidih, BCCL, with
 CSIRO, Australia under National Clean Energy Fund (NCEF) of Government
 of India. A project proposal for implementation of project is under
 Other activities through international cooperation
 CMM/CBM Clearinghouse
 With an objective of supporting development of CBM/CMM resources, a
 Govt. level understanding was reached between the Ministry of Coal
 (MoC), Govt. of India and United States Environmental Protection Agency
 (USEPA) on establishment of CMM/CBM Clearinghouse. The clearinghouse
 was established at CMPDI, Ranchi in November, 2008 with an objective to
 promote CBM/CMM industry in India. The term of the Clearinghouse has
 been extended for a further period of 3 years up to November, 2015,
 consequent to the approval of MoC and USEPA has also given its consent
 for extension of terms of the Clearinghouse.  An International workshop
 on Development of coal based non- conventional energy resources in
 India has been organized under the CMM/CBM Clearinghouse and CMPDI at
 Ranchi in November, 2014.
 The net utilization of loan disbursement by IBRD and JBIC was to the
 tune of USD 245.73 million and JPY 28440.82 million, respectively, for
 procurement of equipment and technical assistance under Coal Sector
 Rehabilitation Project (CSRP). The disbursement by IBRD and JBIC was
 completed in December 2003. As such there was no drawal of loan since
 January 2004.
 During this year, with the repayment of scheduled instalment and
 prepayment of balance loan of USD 106.90 million to IBRD and JPY
 9413.95 million to JBIC respectively, total CSRP loan was repaid.
 Initiatives undertaken for acquisition and development of coal assets
 (A) Activities of Coal India Africana Limitada (CIAL), Mozambique.
 The prospecting Licenses for coal, having nos. 3450L and 3451L,
 covering a total area of 224 square kilometres were granted to CIAL, a
 wholly owned subsidiary of CIL in Mozambique in 2009.
 Various activities related to exploration of the allotted coal blocks
 were undertaken in 2013-14 which are as follows:
 ¦ Completion of 1st Phase drilling (5157 mtrs completed by 31.3.13 and
 4843 mtrs completed in FY 2013-14)
 ¦ Completion of Geological Mapping in the allotted coal blocks in May
 ¦ Awarded contract for 2nd stage drilling of 30000 mtrs in Nov 2013 and
 completion of 30,602 mtrs of drilling
 ¦ Completion of survey work for delineation of whole of the concession
 area and survey of the drilled and planned boreholes.
 ¦ Awarding contract for geophysical logging for an estimated 15000 mts
 in November 2013 and completion of geophysical logging work.
 ¦ Completion of analysis of coal samples from 9 (nine) boreholes in
 laboratories in India and 2(two) boreholes in Mozambique
 (B) Global Expression of Interest inviting proposals related to
 acquisition of overseas coal assets
 In accordance with the decision of Foreign Acquisition Committee, a
 sub-committee of the Board of CIL, Coal Videsh Division of CIL, had
 published a notice inviting acquisition proposal from the owners of
 coal assets directly or through the mandated Merchant / Investor
 bankers (MB/ IB) under the GOI policy on Acquisition of Raw material
 assets abroad by CPSEs'
 The status of progress for the financial year 2013-14 is as follows
 ¦ Proposals received in response to the advertisement were short listed
 ¦ Completed 1st level technical review in respect of shortlisted
 proposals and presented its finding to high level meetings.
 ¦ Review of legal and regulatory aspects of Foreign Direct Investment
 (FDI) in coal mining sector in ndonesia is in process.
 (C) Status on setting up of Apex Planning Organisation (APO) and Apex
 Training Organisation (ATO) in Mozambique
 The Prime Minister of India, declared USD 500 million of grant-in- aid
 for 21 projects for capacity building in Africa region, in India Africa
 Forum Summit (IAFS-1) held in New Delhi on 8-9 April 2008, which
 included setting up of an Apex Planning Organization (APO) and an Apex
 Training Organization (ATO) for coal sector in SADC region in
 Mozambique. Initially, entire funding for the APO and ATO was to be out
 of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) funds. Coal ndia Limited
 (CIL) was requested to execute the project utilizing the grant of MEA,
 GOI and to provide the balance funding for the project. The same was
 approved by CIL Board and the work could be taken up after signing of
 MOUs by the two governments. Initial cost estimates for APO and ATO
 were prepared in 2009 and it was decided to update the estimate.
 The actions taken during the financial year 2013-14 are as follows
 ¦ A team from CMPDI visited Mozambique and held discussions with
 Mozambican officials to prepare a revised realistic cost estimate for
 both the APO and ATO using cost indices/parameters prevalent in
 Mozambique. CMPDIL prepared a revised cost estimate (RCE) for setting
 up and running of APO and ATO.
 ¦ Preparation of MOU, to be signed by the Govt of Mozambique and CIL
 related to setting up of APO and ATO in Mozambique and obtaining
 approval from respective Govts
 ¦ Draft MOUs were vetted by the Govt. of India and Mozambique and is
 being processed for further action
 The Master Plan for dealing with fire, subsidence and rehabilitation in
 the lease hold of Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL) and Eastern
 Coalfields Limited (ECL) was approved on 12th August, 2009 by Govt. of
 India with an estimated investment of Rs. 7,112.11 crores for Jharia
 Coalfields and Rs. 2,661.73 crores for Raniganj Coalfields.
 Implementation period has been delineated as 10 years
 ¦ Implementation of Master Plan is being monitored on half-yearly basis
 by High Powered Central Committee (HPCC) under the Chairmanship of
 Secretary (Coal)
 ¦ During FY 2013-14, HPCC meeting was held on 22.07.2013 and 24.01.2014
 and Advisor (Projects) has conducted review meetings on 23.04.2013 &
 24.10.2013 on the advice of Secretary, MoC
 Master Plan dealing with Fire, Subsidence and Rehabilitation in the
 leasehold of Eastern Coalf elds Limited (ECL)
 Asansol Durgapur Development Authority (ADDA), a state Govt.
 organization has been identified as implementing agency for
 Rehabilitation of Non-ECL houses. Contingency charges @ 3% and
 Supervision charges @5% (total 8%) are to be paid to ADDA for
 implementation, which is included in the assessed capital requirements.
 The salient features of the approved Master Plan are as follows
 ¦ No of unstable sites proposed for Rehabilitation :- 139 + 2 (added as
 per DGMS) = 141
 ¦ No of houses/families assessed for Rehabilitation :- 33,196.
 ¦ Requirement of Land assessed for Rehabilitation :- 896.29 Ha.
 ¦ No of Locations identified for Diversion of Infrastructure :- 7
 (Railway lines, roads and IOC pipelines)
 ¦ Capital Requirement estimated for Diversion projects :- Rs. 11.35
 ¦ Capital Requirement estimated for Rehabilitation :- Rs. 2,610.10 crores
 ¦ Capital Requirement estimated for Fire schemes :- Rs. 40.28 crores.
 ¦ Total Capital Requirement assessed :-Rs. 2,661.73 crores
 Master Plan dealing with Fire, Subsidence and Rehabilitation in the
 leasehold of Bharat Coking Coal Limited(BCCL)
 Jharia Rehabilitation & Development Authority (JRDA), a state Govt.
 organization, has been identified as the implementing agency for
 Rehabilitation of Non-BCCL houses. Contingency charges @ 3% and
 Supervision charges @ 5% (total 8%) are to be paid to JRDA for
 implementation, which is included in the assessed capital requirements.
 ¦ No. of fire areas for which action plan has been proposed :- 67
 ¦ No. of houses to be vacated :- 98,314.
 ¦ No. of houses proposed to be reconstructed :- 79,159.
 ¦ Requirement of Land assessed for Rehabilitation :- 1,504.99 Ha.
 ¦ Capital Requirement estimated for Rehabilitation :- Rs. 4,780.60 crores
 ¦ Capital Requirement estimated for Diversion projects :- Rs. 20 crores
 (Railway line, Road)
 ¦ Capital Requirement estimated for Fire schemes :- Rs. 2,311.50 crores
 ¦ Total Capital Requirement assessed :-Rs. 7,112.11 crores
 The R&R Package for Non-ECL and Non-BCCL endangered people are:
 a) Cash compensation equivalent to assessed cost of homestead land and
 other super structure / infrastructure within the homestead land. In
 addition, a plot of 100 Sq. m.  free of cost at resettlement site
 having all amenities and infrastructural facilities will be provided.
 Extra plot if required may be provided on payment upto a maximum limit
 of owned land at unstable site, or in lieu of constructed fl at of 40
 Sq. M. as super built up area having two rooms, a kitchen and a toilet
 in a triple storied building will be provided. In such case, no other
 cash compensation shall be paid.
 b) Cash compensation in lieu of free plot along with the entitled
 compensation is to be offered if a house owner refuses to be resettled
 at the proposed township.
 c) No cash compensation is to be paid to encroacher / settlers.  Head
 of each such family will be provided a constructed fl at of 38.92 Sq.
 M. as super built up area.
 d) Head of each family will be paid a minimum wage for 250 days per
 year for two years for income generation due to displacement /
 e) A shifting allowance of Rs. 10,000/- will be paid to each family to be
 resettled at the new township.
 f) No employment shall be offered for any rehabilitation under the
 Master Plan.
 The major implementation activities proposed to be completed in Phase I
 and II are:
 I.  Demographic survey of affected people, valuation of homestead land
 and house, including all structures / infrastructure on that land.
 Preparation / Distribution of photo-identity cards etc.
 II.  Identification and acquisition of land for proposed townships.
 III.  Tendering and awarding of work for land survey and township
 IV.  Survey of land.
 V.  Township planning.
 VI.  Tendering and Award of work for townships.
 VII.  Construction of approach road, development of land and
 infrastructural facilities, demarcation of plots, construction of fl
 ats and providing amenities like schools, bank, post office, hospital,
 community centre, playground, shopping centre, etc.
 VIII.  Allotment of plots / fl ats for resettlement.
 IX.  Shifting of people from unstable sites (Rehabilitation &
 X.  Demolition of super structure / infrastructures at unstable sites.
 XI.  Fire mitigation.
 XII.  Diversion of surface infrastructure like Rail, Road, IOC pipeline
 Action taken for Implementation of Master Plan Achievement upto
 A.  For Raniganj Coalf elds:
 1) Status of demographic survey
 Demographic survey work has been completed for all 126 sites. There are
 10 locations having no habitation, 3 locations with only ECL population
 and at 2 locations survey could not be completed due to strong public
 resistance. The final list has already been published which contains
 44598 households.
 Survey for valuation of structure has been done in all 80 locations out
 of 126 locations as there is no legal title holder (LTH) in 46
 locations. Number of LTH arrived at 5936 only which is very less. Hence
 submission of land documents has been extended to 08/04/2014 by
 conducting mini survey in a camp.
 41522 numbers of photo identity card (PIC) distributed out of 44598.
 Rest of PIC could not be distributed due to either photo mismatch or
 refusal to take the same by public. Hence corrective actions have been
 taken to distribute the remaining PIC's.
 2) Status of Land Acquisition
 Acquisition of land in Bonjehmari (1300 Acres) and Gourangdih (2300
 Acres) is under consideration of the West Bengal Govt. LA proposal has
 been submitted to LA Collector, Burdwan by ADDA.
 Recently Namokesia mouza (26.00 Acres) at Salanpur Block which is
 non-coal bearing area and Bijaynagar Mouza (26.00 Acres) at Jamuria
 block where coal is available at more than 600 mtr depth, have been
 identified and are being examined for feasibility of rehabilitation of
 people from unstable location.
 3) Diversion of Surface Infrastructure (Rail, Road and IOCL pipeline)
 i) Diversion of Railway line from unstable location:
 On the basis of geotechnical survey and a stability analysis of the
 working below the Andal-Sainthia Railway line of Pandaveswar Area, M/s
 CIMFR, Dhanbad had suggested for blind backfilling method to stabilize
 the working for 5-6 years. But no proven agency for doing the job of
 blind backfilling is known to both M/s CIMFR and ECL. Hence, High
 Powered Central Committee suggested for regular monitoring of the track
 line for any symptom of subsidence and also minimizing the speed of the
 train at this location.
 With regard to diversion of Andal-Sitarampur Railway line of Salanpur
 Area, the work has been awarded to M/s RITES for preparation of
 Feasibility Study Report (FSR) and Detailed Project Report (DPR).
 ii) Diversion of NH-2 and District Board (DB) Road:
 For diversion of National Highway (NH-2), NHAI, Durgapur has been
 requested to prepare DPR.Joint inspection by NHAI and ECL officials was
 conducted on 06.03.2014.
 For diversion of DB road at Salanpur Area, the work for preparation of
 DPR including construction of culverts / bridges and drains etc. for
 Mohanpur road (1.8 km approx.) and Gourangdih-Begunia Road (0.72 km
 approx.) has been awarded to M/s Webcon Consulting (India) Limited,
 Kolkata on 25.02.2014.
 Regarding another diversion of DB Road at Satgram Area, notice inviting
 EOI has been fl oated for preparation of DPR which will be opened on
 iii) Diversion of IOCL pipeline:
 For diversion of Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) pipeline,
 National Institute of Rock Mechanics (NIRM), Bangalore has conducted
 survey work to assess the stability of pipeline. After receiving the
 NIRM survey report, ECL submitted its comments on 28.11.2013 to IOCL
 for further action.
 B.  For Jharia Coalf elds:
 a) Demographic (socio-economic) Survey 595 of fire affected /
 subsidence prone sites / areas are required to be surveyed. CIMFR, ISM
 and Whiz Mantra have completed demographic / socio- economic survey at
 425 sites in which 54061 families have been identified.
 b) Status of land acquisition by JRDA for rehabilitation sites
 About 1105 ha. of land would be acquired for resettlement of non-BCCL
 families. Proposals for acquisition of 439.19 acres of Raiyati land and
 133.96 acres Govt. land has been processed by JRDA. Possession of
 163.86 acres Raiyati and Govt. land has been taken over by JRDA. NoC
 for 86.44 acres of land in Bhuli Township and 849.68 acres non-coal
 bearing land in and around Belgoria Township, belonging to BCCL, have
 been given by MoC for transferring to JRDA.
 JRDA has acquired 120.8 acres of land in 2013 at Lipania mouza but
 physical possession of land is yet to be taken by JRDA.
 c) Diversion of Road from f re affected areas
 Road Construction Department (RCD), Govt. of Jharkhand has completed
 the job of repairing/ widening of Mahuda-Topchanchi road in the
 endangered portion of NH-32 between Godhar to Putki. BCCL has taken up
 the matter with NH authority to take up the matter with JRDA for
 handing over the affected portion of NH-32 for extinguishing the fire.
 DPR for construction of road from Joraphatak to Dhokra for connectivity
 of Belgoria Township was forwarded to RCD, Govt. of Jharkhand by JRDA
 for technical sanction. Approval from RCD is awaited.
 d) Diversion of Rail from f re affected areas
 RITES had submitted discussion plan on the above subject to JRDA.
 BCCL's observations had been sent to JRDA. In this regard, E.C.
 Railway, Hazipur and S.E. Railway, Kolkata had also forwarded brief
 report along with their comments to Railway Board, New Delhi.
 On the otherhand, directions have been issued to RITES Ltd. by JRDA for
 traffic survey data collection and to initiate feasibility study
 regarding Diversion of Railway lines from fire affected and subsidence
 prone areas.
 The matter was discussed in the 3rd IMC (Inter- Ministerial Committee
 meeting) held at Railway Board on 16.09.2013 at New Delhi. Short term
 and long term measures were suggested to tackle the issue. Detailed
 survey needs to be done to ascertain the feasibility of shifting and
 relocating the railway facility.
 e) Utility Services from f re affected areas
 Feasibility Report for diversion of utility services of Jharia
 Coalfield has been submitted by RITES Ltd.  on 30.03.2013. BCCL has
 asked RITES on 6/2/2014 to clarify about shifting of existing utility
 services and clarification is awaited.
 f) Service Building and Welfare Programme
 Construction of service buildings like Market Complex, Bank, Post
 Office, Computer and Sewing Training Centre has been completed and
 construction of Masjid, Temple etc. are at different stages of
 g) Status of BCCL houses under the Master Plan
 Construction of 344 houses at Bhuli, Bhimkanali, Nichitpur and Katras
 Coal Dump in triple storied blocks has been completed in non-coal
 bearing zone. 1152 triple storied quarters (96 blocks each of 12 units)
 are constructed at various places in non- coal bearing zone. Shifting
 of BCCL employees is in progress.
 Construction of 4080 triple storied quarters (340 blocks each of 12
 units) is in progress at a cost of Rs. 165.56 Crores. The work is
 expected to be completed by 06.11.2014.
 Construction of 4020 triple storied quarters (335 blocks each of 12
 units) is in progress at a cost of Rs. 286.39 crores. Work has been
 started and is in various stages of construction. It is expected that
 the work shall be completed as per scheduled date i.e.  31.5.2016.
 The Board of Directors of BCCL has approved construction of 2240 nos.
 B, C and D typed quarters for shifting of persons affected by fire and
 subsidence at a cost of Rs. 428.40 crores. Letter of intent will be
 issued shortly.
 h) Status of Non-BCCL houses (54159 nos.) under the Master Plan 2352
 houses have been constructed in Belgoria rehabilitation Township
 Jharia Vihar and 1165 families have shifted till 31.03.2014. 1162
 affected families were given Rs. 10,000/- each as shifting allowance.
 i) Status of Fire Schemes
 Under Master Plan, 28 nos. of Fire schemes have been proposed in
 Phase-I to be formulated / prepared for dealing with 67 fires sites
 spread over 41 collieries. Till date, 11 fire schemes have been
 approved by Board and implemented, out of which 4 schemes have been
 completed. Further, for expediting the fire dealing process, excavation
 methods has been resorted to by deploying Hired HEMM at various mines
 of BCCL.
 j) Reduction in Fire Area
 The coal mining operations in Jharia Coalfield have been continuing for
 more than 100 years by the erstwhile private owners. Due to
 un-scientific mining methods adopted by them, large areas of coal mines
 were subjected to mine fires and subsidence which had resulted in
 serious social and environmental problems in the area. At the time of
 the nationalization of coal mines in 1972-73 and taking over the mines
 by BCCL, the situation of mine fires was grave and fire had extended to
 about 9 as assessed by a World Bank team.
 At present, fire area has been reduced from 9 sq.  km. to 2 as
 per the satellite survey done by National Remote Sensing Centre, ISRO,
 Deptt. of Space, Hyderabad. This could be achieved only due to the
 successful 'excavation method i.e. digging out of fiery coal' adopted
 by BCCL. This fact has also been acknowledged by NRSC in their report.
 The coal mine fire survey / study was instituted by BCCL through
 National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), ISRO, Department of Space,
 Hyderabad in August, 2013 for delineation of surface coal fires in
 Jharia Coalfield. NRSC has submitted their report in March 2014, in
 which they have concluded that the present fire area in the coalfield
 is only 2, which includes both over burden dump fire and active
 Further NRSC has planned another field study for ground truthing and
 GPR survey of subsidence/ unstable areas which is the 2nd component of
 k) International Expression of Interest
 Regarding latest technology for dealing with fire, International EOI
 has been fl oated by BCCL. No agency/company has responded for pre-EOI
 submission meeting held on 14.02.2014. BCCL is in the process of
 contacting different international experts in dealing fires directly.
 The EOI however, will be received up to 28.04.2014 and shall be opened
 on 29.04.2014.
 Disbursement of total fund by CIL for implementation of Master Plan.
 - To BCCL till March, 2014 : Rs. 376.09 crores
 - To ECL till March, 2014 : Rs. 160.79 crores
 16.1 Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)/Environmental Management
 Plan (EMP)
 EIA/EMPs for all the new and expansion projects as per EIA Notification
 SO 1533 dated 14th September, 2006 of MoEF are prepared for peak and
 normative capacities and environmental clearance is obtained. EIA /
 EMPs for mines requiring renewal of lease and falling under violations
 are also prepared for environmental clearance. EIA / EMPs on cluster
 basis for smaller and contiguous mines of ECL and BCCL are also being
 prepared for environmental clearance. During the year, CMPDI has
 prepared a total of 26 Form-I and formulated 14 Draft EIA/EMPs.
 Environmental clearances were also obtained from MoEF for 18 projects /
 Group of Mines of CIL during the year.
 16.2 Pollution Control Measures and their Efficacy
 Measures are being taken to ensure that mining and coal beneficiation
 operations have minimum impact on the surrounding air quality, water
 quality, noise level and soil quality, hydro-geology, land use pattern
 and socio- economic profile of nearby population. The mitigation
 measures include dust suppression in mines through fixed and mobile
 water sprinklers. Effl uent treatment facilities for mine effl uent,
 workshop effl uent and CHP effl uent like oil and grease traps,
 sedimentation ponds and facilities for storage of treated water and its
 reuse have been provided for in all the major projects. Domestic
 wastewater treatment facilities have also been provided to deal with
 the domestic effl uent. The level of pollutants is being monitored on a
 routine basis to ascertain the efficacy of pollution control measures
 being taken in the projects. Additional remedial measures are taken, if
 required, to keep the pollutant level within the limits prescribed by
 regulatory bodies.
 Technical and biological reclamation of the mined out areas and the
 external overburden dumps are being taken by planting native species of
 plants for restoring the ecology.
 The level of pollutants is being monitored regularly as per the
 statutory guidelines to ascertain the efficacy of pollution control
 measures and for taking corrective actions as required.
 16.3 ISO 14001 Certif cation
 The implementation, certification and recertification of different
 units of CIL under ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System) is
 continuing. During the year 2013- 14, 14 units and MCL got newly
 certified while 19 units and NCL got recertified. As on 31.03.2014, 73
 units and two companies (MCL and NCL) are certified under ISO 14001
 16.4 Monitoring of land reclamation of OC mines through remote sensing
 CMPDI, through Coal India Limited, has introduced satellite
 surveillance system for land reclamation/restoration monitoring of all
 the opencast coal mines for compliance of MoEF stipulations as well as
 for progressive mine closure monitoring. Land reclamation monitoring of
 50 opencast projects having more than 5 million cu.m. production
 capacity (Coal+OB) and 32 opencast projects having less than 5 million
 cu.m. production capacity (Coal + OB) based on high resolution
 satellite data have been completed during the year 2013-14.
 Vegetation cover mapping of six coalfields viz. Jharia, Talcher,
 Bisrampur, Wardha Valley, Kamptee and Makum coalfields based on
 satellite data have been completed for assessing the regional impact of
 coal mining on land use / vegetation cover in the span of 3 years to
 take remedial measures required, if any.
 16.5 R&R Policy of CIL
 With a view to meet the changing aspirations of Project Affected
 Persons (PAPs) and to redress the unique problems of Subsidiary
 Companies for fast acquisition of land, Rehabilitation & Resettlement
 Policy of CIL was revised in 2012 making it a liberal and PAP friendly
 which provides multiple options to land losers and more fl exibility to
 Board of Subsidiary Companies in redressing the R&R issues.
 The existing R&R policy provides for conducting baseline socio-economic
 survey to identify PAPs enlisted to receive R&R benefits as well as to
 formulate a viable and practical Rehabilitation Action Plan (RAP) for
 the affected persons in line with their entitlements. The RAP is to be
 formulated in consultation with PAPs and State Govt. and should also
 address implementation, monitoring and evaluation, dispute mechanism
 and Environment Impact Assessment (EIA)
 The R&R policy of Coal India Ltd., while emphasizing the need to
 cultivate and maintain a good relationship with the people affected by
 Coal India's projects and realizing its responsibility towards the land
 oustees whose livelihood is often taken away, apart from other things,
 provides for payment of land compensation and solatium, employment or
 lump sum monetary compensation and annuity, compensation for homestead,
 lump sum payment in lieu of alternate house-site, subsistence allowance
 to each affected displaced family.
 16.6 Mine Closure Plans
 In terms of revised guidelines issued by the Ministry of Coal (MoC) in
 2013, CMPDI has prepared 257 mine closure plans (93 are new and 164 are
 revised based on the latest new guidelines dated 7th Jan'2013) for CIL
 mines during the year. Quick comments on 42 mine closure plans for coal
 blocks sent by MOC were also prepared.
 17.1 Collaborative development of CBM prospects in Jharia and Raniganj
 coalf elds by consortium of CIL and ONGC
 In terms of Govt. of India CBM Policy, consortium of CIL and ONGC has
 been allotted 2 blocks, one each in Jharia and Raniganj coalfields for
 commercial development of coalbed methane. These projects are being
 implemented by CMPDI on behalf of CIL.
 17.1.1 Jharia CBM Block
 The Govt. of Jharkhand has granted Petroleum Exploration License (PEL)
 to the consortium of CIL-ONGC in August 2003 for Jharia CBM block after
 which the work as detailed in the Minimum Work Programme was taken up.
 CMPDI has carried out deep slimhole drilling (depth range 1000 to
 1400m) wherein CBM related parametric data were generated. A report
 based on this drilling, other available drilling and gas related data
 has been prepared by CMPDI and submitted to ONGC which facilitated ONGC
 to drill exploratory and pilot wells.
 Consequent to the completion of envisaged work in the exploratory and
 pilot phases, consortium of CIL and ONGC has submitted a development
 plan of the block having a budgetary outlay of Rs. 1137 crores for the
 approval of the Government. The development plan was deliberated in the
 Steering committee meeting and government approval has been accorded
 vide letter no. DGH/CBM/MoPN&G/ ONGC/2013 dated 2nd July, 2013.
 Further, CIL had conveyed to ONGC about its intention of increasing its
 Participating Interest (PI) from existing 10% to 26% from Development
 Phase onwards for this block in pursuance to the decision of CIL Board.
 The matter regarding operationalization issues and future course of
 action was deliberated by CIL Board wherein it was observed that there
 was a lack of transparency from ONGC for sharing information and the
 Board directed CIL to withdraw from Joint Operations.
 17.1.2 Raniganj CBM Block
 The Govt. of West Bengal has granted Petroleum Exploration License
 (PEL) for Raniganj CBM block in April 2004 after which the work as
 detailed in the Minimum Work Programme was taken up.
 CMPDI has carried out deep slimhole drilling (depth range 800 to 1100m)
 wherein CBM related parametric data were generated. A report based on
 this drilling, other available drilling and gas related data has been
 prepared by CMPDI and submitted to ONGC which facilitated ONGC to drill
 exploratory and pilot wells.
 Consequent to the completion of envisaged work in the exploratory and
 pilot phases, consortium of CIL and ONGC has submitted a development
 plan of the block having a budgetary outlay of Rs. 957 crores for the
 approval of Government. The development plan was deliberated in the
 Steering committee meeting and government approval has been accorded
 vide letter no. DGH/CBM/MoPN&G/ ONGC/2013 dated 2nd July, 2013.
 Further, CIL has conveyed to ONGC about its intention of retaining 26%
 Participating Interest (PI) in this block from Development phase onward
 in pursuance to the decision of CIL Board. The matter regarding
 operationalization issues and future course of action was deliberated
 by CIL Board wherein it was observed that there was a lack of
 transparency from ONGC for sharing information and the Board directed
 CIL to withdraw from Joint Operations.
 17.2 CBM and Shale gas related studies under Promotional Exploration
 during XII Plan
 17.2.1 CBM related studies:
 CMPDI is carrying out studies related to 'Assessment of Coalbed Methane
 Gas-in-Place Resource of Indian Coalfields/Lignite fields' through
 boreholes being drilled under promotional exploration (XII Plan period)
 under PRE(Promotional Regional Exploration) funding of Ministry of
 Coal. This study will enlarge the CBM resource base in the country and
 facilitate delineation of more blocks for CBM development. A total of
 60 boreholes (40 by CMPDI and 20 by GSI) are to be taken up for studies
 during the XII Plan Period with a total plan expenditure of Rs. 13.46
 During 2013-14, 8 boreholes located in different coal/lignite fields
 were taken up for studies by CMPDI.
 Three reports based on CBM related studies viz.  'Assessment of CBM
 Gas-in-Place Resource in Saktigarh block, Pathakhera Coalfield;
 Nachchiyarkudi block, Mannargudi Lignitefield (TN) Banai block and
 Mand- Raigarh Coalfield' were submitted during 2013-14. A total of
 fourteen reports have been submitted since April, 2007.
 17.2.2 Shale gas related studies
 CMPDI is carrying out studies related to 'Assessment of Shale
 Gas-in-Place Resource of Indian Coalfields/Lignite fields' through
 boreholes being drilled under promotional exploration (XII Plan period)
 under PRE funding of Ministry of Coal. This study will create the data
 for assessment of shale gas potentiality and facilitate delineation of
 more blocks for shale gas development. A total of 25 boreholes are to
 be taken up for studies during the XII Plan Period with a total plan
 expenditure of Rs. 7.75 crores. During 2013-14, a total of 6 boreholes
 were taken up for shale gas related studies.
 17.2.3 Activities taken up by CBM Lab
 CBM Lab established at CMPDI has enhanced its capacity and added
 facility of TOC equipment for shale gas potentiality assessment. The
 instrument Rock Eval Analyszer required for assessing shale gas
 prospectivity for which supply order has been placed and procurement of
 the instrument Automatic Porosimeter cum Permeameter is under
 CBM Lab has carried out the field desorption studies at the borehole
 sites in 8 boreholes during 2013-14 and has generated total gas content
 and gas composition data. In addition, studies have been carried out in
 6 boreholes for assessment of shale gas potentiality.
 CBM lab has carried out Adsorption Isotherm (AI) test for 20 samples
 (17 Coal and 3 Shale) during 2013-14 through in-house facility created
 in CMPDI in addition to carrying out Total Organic Carbon (TOC)
 analysis on 110 shale samples.  Analysis of 913 mine air samples
 received from different collieries of CCL was also carried out and the
 results have been submitted.
 17.3 Commercial development of Coal Mine Methane (CMM)
 Commercial development of CMM is a priority area both at the Govt. and
 Coal Industry level. Successful implementation of Demonstration Project
 at Moonidih mine of BCCL has already proved the efficacy of the process
 and five more suitable areas within CIL mining leasehold areas were
 identified. Further, MoC has made CMPDI the Nodal Agency for
 development of CMM in India.
 Under the aforesaid background, actions for commercial development were
 initiated and on behalf of CIL/concerned Coal Company's consent, CMPDI
 had fl oated Global Tender for selection of suitable Developer for
 commercial development of CMM in 5 identified blocks (3 in BCCL and 2
 in CCL) in April 2011 which could not be proceeded further in view of
 certain issues regarding mechanism of operationalization raised by
 MoP&NG. To resolve the issues, the matter was deliberated at competent
 level of MoC and MoP&NG and it was resolved.
 CCEA has granted its approval in December 2013 allowing CIL to explore
 and exploit CMM from its coal mining areas.  A formal communication in
 this regard is awaited after which further activities will be
 undertaken by CMPDI/CIL for development and exploitation of CMM.
 17.4 CMM/CBM Clearinghouse in India
 A CMM/CBM clearinghouse was established at CMPDI, Ranchi under the
 aegis of Ministry of Coal and US EPA on 17th November'2008. The
 clearinghouse is functioning as the nodal agency for collection and
 sharing of information on CMM/CBM related data of the country and help
 in the commercial development of CMM Projects in India by
 public/private participation, technological collaboration and bringing
 financial investment opportunities.
 The clearinghouse has been established with financial support from Coal
 India Ltd. on behalf of Ministry of Coal and US EPA. The website of
 India Clearinghouse, http://,
 encompasses all the important information viz. EOI notifications,
 newsletters in addition to information regarding opportunities existing
 for development of CMM, VAM, etc. After completion of the initial 3
 years term in Nov.'2011, US EPA grant has been extended for additional
 3 years on approval of Ministry of Coal.
 Under the aegis of India CMM/CBM Clearinghouse, an international
 workshop on 'Development of Coal based Non-conventional Energy
 Resources in India' has been organized on 12th - 13th November, 2013 at
 CMPDI, Ranchi. It was well attended by the international dignitaries,
 international experts, high level Government functionaries from
 Ministry of Coal, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, captains of coal
 industries, CBM operators, and representatives of technical and
 research institutions.
 CMPDI has invited on-line bids on 20th January, 2014 for e-Tendering
 portal for Selection of 'Developer for
 Commercial Development of Underground Coal Gasification (UCG)' in
 Kaitha Block of Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) and Thesgora C Block
 of Western Coalfields Limited (WCL). Five firms participated in the
 pre-bid meeting held on 3rd February'2014. The due date for submission
 of offer has been extended from 10th March'2014 to 17th April, 2014.
 19.1 Preparation of Data Dossiers for CBM Round V
 DGH had awarded consultancy work of delineation and preparation of Data
 Dossiers on prospective CBM blocks in Cambay basin, Singrauli and
 Johilla Coalfields for forthcoming CBM Round to CMPDI in May 2011.
 Final Data Dossiers on identified 8 blocks were submitted to DGH.
 19.2 Delineation and preparation of Data-dossiers for six prospective
 Shale gas blocks within Gondwana Basin DGH had assigned consultancy
 work of delineation and preparation of Data Dossiers for six
 prospective Shale Gas blocks within Gondwana Basin to CMPDI in May,
 2011.  Final Data Dossiers on Raniganj, Jharia, Bokaro, South
 Karanpura, North Karanpura and Sohagpur basins were submitted to DGH.
 20.1 EU Funded Research Project
 CMPDI is one of the participating organizations along with IIT
 Kharagpur from India in the multi-national/multi- organization
 collaborative project titled 'Greenhouse Gas Recovery from Coal Mines
 and unmineable Coal beds and Conservation of Energy (GHG2E)' which has
 been approved under the partial funding scheme of European Union
 Research Commission. The balance fund has been provided under CIL R&D
 scheme. The project aims at studies and modelling of recovery of coal
 mine methane and its utilization as clean energy.
 The work has been taken up and the assigned CMPDI work packages were
 submitted to Imperial College of Mining in January 2013 as per
 schedule. Presentation for progress review and Project workshop
 scheduled from 10th–14th June' 2013 at Slovenia were sent to Project
 Coordinator.  The Project coordinator along with the team reviewed the
 progress at CMPDI on 13th November'2013 and visited Moonidih mine on
 14th November 2013 to finalise data acquisition sites and draw action
 plan to generate samples.  A review meeting was held with IIT Kharagpur
 at CMPDI on 24th January 2014. CMPDI is pursuing its assigned tasks as
 a collaborative partner and efforts made by CMPDI were appreciated.
 20.2 CIL R&D Project 'Assessment of prospect of shale gas in Gondwana
 basin with specif c reference to CIL areas' Work on CIL R&D project
 titled 'Assessment of prospects of shale gas in Gondwana basin with
 special reference to CIL areas' is in progress.  Areas have been
 demarcated for assessing the prospectivity of Shale gas within BCCL and
 CCL areas. Collection of shale samples for qualitative analysis has
 been done and generation of suite of parametric data for assessment of
 Shale gas potentiality in identified areas of BCCL and CCL command
 areas have been completed. Facility for taking up Total Organic Carbon
 (TOC) Analysis has been created in CMPDI lab, procurement of Rock Eval
 Analyszer finalized and supply order issued to M/s Vinci Technologies
 of France. Sub- implementing agency ARI (USA) has submitted the report
 on creation of type of well and simulation for assessment of Shale gas
 potentiality in delineated areas. Finalization of report is in
 20.3 CIL R&D project titled 'Studies on shrinkage swelling
 characteristics of some Indian coals to ascertain recoverability of CBM
 from deep seated coal resources'.
 Work on CIL R&D project titled 'Studies on shrinkage swelling
 characteristics of some Indian coals to ascertain recoverability of CBM
 from deep seated coal resources' is in progress. Design and fabrication
 of the instrument is under progress at IIT Kharagpur. Design of Sample
 Cell and Experimental Cell completed and report submitted on 27th
 January, 2014 as per schedule. Procurement of High Pressure fittings
 and testing of instrument is under progress at IIT Kharagpur.
 20.4 S&T Project on 'Shale gas potentiality evaluation of Damodar basin
 of India'
 A S&T project on 'Shale gas potentiality of Damodar basin of India' at
 an investment of Rs. 16.87 crores under S&T plan of Ministry of Coal
 (MoC) is under implementation with an objective to evaluate Damodar
 basin for their shale gas potentiality through integrated geophysical,
 geological, geo-chemical and petro-physical investigations, as per
 schedule. The instrument 'Automatic Porosimeter cum Permeameter' is
 under procurement.
 20.5 S&T Project on 'CBM reserve estimation for Indian coalf elds'
 A S&T project on 'CBM Reserve estimation for Indian coalfields' at a
 cost of Rs. 20.70 crores has been approved under EoI of Coal S&T project.
 The project is of 3 years duration with effect from 24th March, 2014.
 Action has been initiated as per the approved project proposal.
 CMPDI continued to carry out coal exploration activities in 2013-14
 also, mainly in CIL and Non-CIL/Captive Mining blocks. Exploration in
 CIL blocks was taken up to cater to the needs of project
 planning/production support of subsidiaries of CIL whereas exploration
 in Non-CIL/Captive Mining blocks was undertaken to facilitate allotment
 of coal blocks to prospective entrepreneurs.
 CMPDI has substantially improved the capacity of drilling during XI &
 XII Plan periods. As against the achievement of 2.09 lakh metres in
 2007-08, CMPDI has achieved 5.63 lakh metres in 2012-13 and 6.97 lakh
 metres in 2013- 14 (24% growth) through departmental and outsourcing
 resources. For capacity expansion through modernization of departmental
 drills, 39 new Mechanical drills and 4 Hi- Tech Hydrostatic drills have
 been procured since 2008- 09, out of which 10 have been deployed as
 additional drills and 33 as replacement drills. CMPDI has also replaced
 38 mud pumps and 74 trucks during the last six years.
 To meet the increased work load, recruitment has been taken up through
 campus interview/open examination.  201 Geologists, 26 Geo-Physicists
 and 20 Mechanical Engineers for Drilling were inducted in CMPDI since
 2008- 09. About 343 non-executive staffs have also been inducted for
 exploration work. 25 Geologists, 2 Geo-Physicists, 5 Mechanical
 Engineers and 11 non-executives have resigned.
 Under outsourcing, the work of 40 blocks involving 14.78 lakh metre of
 drilling was awarded through tendering since 2008-09, out of which
 drilling has been concluded in 18 blocks. Due to local (law and order)
 problems, work could not start in 2 blocks and stopped in 6 running
 blocks. Due to non-availability of forest clearance, work is stopped in
 7 blocks. Due to lack of forest clearance and adverse law and order,
 about 2.14 lakh metre of drilling could not be carried out in
 outsourced blocks in 2013-14. In 2013-14, a total of 3.71 lakh metre
 (30% growth) has been drilled through outsourcing, which consist of
 1.95 lakh metre through tendering and 1.71 lakh metre through MoU with
 21.1 Drilling Performance in 2013-14
 CMPDI deployed its departmental resources for detailed exploration of
 CIL/Non-CIL blocks whereas State Govts.  of MP and Odisha deployed
 resources in CIL blocks only. Besides, eight other contractual agencies
 have also deployed resources for detailed drilling/exploration in CIL/
 Non-CIL blocks. A total of 120 to 140 drills were deployed in 2013-14
 out of which 57 were departmental drills.
 Apart from it, CMPDI continued the technical supervision of Promotional
 Exploration work undertaken by MECL in Coal Sector (CIL and SCCL areas)
 in 9 blocks, GSI in 11 blocks and DGM (Nagaland) and DGM (Assam) in 1
 block each for Promotional Exploration in Coal Sector on behalf of MoC.
 A total of 1.32 lakh metre of promotional drilling has been carried out
 in Coal (0.63 lakh metre) and Lignite (0.69 lakh metre).
 In 2013-14, CMPDI and its contractual agencies took up exploratory
 drilling in 100 blocks/mines of 22 coalfields situated in 5 States. Out
 of 100 blocks/mines, 26 were Non- CIL/Captive blocks and 74 CIL
 blocks/mines. Departmental drills of CMPDI took up exploratory drilling
 in 53 blocks/ mines whereas contractual agencies drilled in 47 blocks/
 The overall performance of exploratory drilling in 2013-14 is given
                   Performance of Exploratory 
                    Drilling in 2013-14           Achieved
            Target                             Previous Year:
            2013-14  Achieved  Achieved  +/-       2012-13      Growth
 Agency     (metre)   (metre)    (%)     (m)        (m)            %
 A. Detailed 
 by CMPDI :
 I. Depart
 -mental    285000    325362    114%    40362       276199       18%
 II. Outsourcing
 Govts.       9000      5943     66%    -3057         7398      -20%
 MECL (MOU) 185000    171006     92%   -13994       138761       23%
 blocks)    242000    156359     65%   -85641        90779       72%
 blocks)    179000     38171     21%  -140829        49772      -23%
 -cing      615000    371479     60%  -243521       286710       30%
 Total A    900000    696841*    77%  -203159       562909       24%
 B. Promotional Drilling in Coal Sector by MECL, GSI, DGM (Nagaland) and
 DGM (Assam):
 GSI         14500     15589    108%     1089        14702        6%
 MECL        69500     46753     67%   -22747        30594       53%
 Nagaland      700       783    112%       83          328      139%
 DGM, Assam    300       123     41%     -177            0      123%
 CMPDI        4000         0      0%    -4000            0        -
 Total B     89000     63248     71%   -25752        45624       39%
 * In 2013-14, 4.59 lakh metre has been drilled in CIL blocks and 2.38
 lakh metre in Non-CIL blocks.
 In 2013-14, CMPDI achieved its departmental and overall drilling
 targets by 114% and 77%, respectively. The performance of departmental
 drilling was better than previous year with 18% growth and recorded an
 average operational drills productivity of 487 metre/drill/month.
 Non-availability of permission to explore in forest areas and local
 problems (law and order) has affected the performance of outsourced
 drilling. MECL could not achieve the targets of Promotional drilling in
 coal sector due to forest problems and CMPDI could not undertake
 promotional drilling due to priority in detailed drilling.
 21.2 Geological Reports:
 In 2013-14, 15 Geological Reports were prepared on the basis of
 detailed exploration conducted in previous years. In addition, 8
 Revised Geological Reports were also prepared. The prepared Geological
 Reports have brought about 2.5 Billion Tonnes of additional coal
 resources under 'Proved' category.
 Under Promotional Exploration Programme, GSI and MECL have submitted 4
 Geological Reports on coal blocks, estimating about 1.77 Billion Tonnes
 of coal resources, in 'Indicated' and Inferred categories, above
 specified thickness.
 During the year 2013-14, 29 consultancy jobs were done for 20
 organizations outside CIL. Some of the major clients/organisations for
 whom jobs were completed are Neyveli Lignite Corporation Limited, MOIL
 Limited, National Thermal Power Corporation, Steel Authority of India
 Limited, National Aluminium Company Limited, Jindal Steel & Power
 Limited, Singareni Collieries Company Limited, Damodar Valley
 Corporation, etc.
 Presently, 28 outside-CIL consultancy jobs are in hand for 18
 organizations like MOIL Limited, Odisha Industrial Infrastructure
 Development Corporation (IDCO), National Thermal Power Corporation,
 Odisha Mining Corporation Limited, Odisha Power Generation Corporation
 Limited, Baitarani West Coal Company Limited, Neyveli Lignite
 Corporation Limited, Hindustan Copper Limited, Damodar Valley
 Corporation, Karnataka Power Corporation Limited, etc.
 During the year 2013-14, 36 outside-CIL consultancy jobs worth Rs. 23.35
 crores from 20 organizations were received by CMPDI.
 23.1 R&D Projects under S&T Grant of Ministry of Coal
 The R&D activity in Coal sector is administered through an apex body
 namely, Standing Scientific Research Committee (SSRC) with Secretary
 (Coal) as its Chairman. The other members of this apex body include
 Chairman CIL, CMDs of CMPDI, SCCL and NLC, Directors of concerned CSIR
 laboratories, representatives of Department of S&T, Planning Commission
 and educational institutions, among others. The main functions of SSRC
 are to plan, programme, budget and oversee the implementations of
 research projects and seek application of the findings of the R&D work
 The SSRC is assisted by a Technical sub-committee headed by CMD, CMPDI.
 The committee deals with research proposals related to coal
 exploration, mining, mine safety, coal beneficiation and utilisation
 and also the project proposals on mine environment and reclamation.
 CMPDI acts as the Nodal Agency for co-ordination of research activities
 in the coal sector, which involves identification of 'Thrust Areas' for
 research activities, identification of agencies which can take up the
 research work in the identified fields, processing the proposals for
 Government approval, preparation of budget estimates, disbursement of
 fund, monitoring the progress of implementation of the projects, etc.
 Total no. of S&T projects taken up (till 31.3.2014) - 380
 Total no. of S&T projects completed (till 31.3.2014) - 310
 23.2 Physical performance
 During 2013-14, a total of 5 projects have been completed by various
 agencies. The status of Coal S&T projects during 2013-14 is as under:
 i) Projects on-going as on 1.4.2013             15
 ii) Projects sanctioned during 2013-14          02
 iii) Projects completed during 2013-14          05
 iv) Projects on-going as on 1.4.2014            12
 Following Coal S&T projects were completed during 2013-14:
 1.  Integrated communication system to communicate and locate trapped
 underground miners.
 2.  Design and development of coal winnowing system for dry
 beneficiation of coal based on CFD modelling and simulation.
 3.  Development of methodology for estimation of Greenhouse Gas
 emissions in mine fire areas and their mitigation through terrestrial
 4.  Development of tribo-electrostatic separator for beneficiation of
 high ash Indian coking coals.
 5.  An approach to explore the applicability of spectrometry as a tool
 for assessment of coal quality.
 23.3 Financial status
 Budget provision vis-à-vis actual fund disbursement during the period
 is given below:
                                                  (Rs. in crores)
                               2012-13                 2013-14
                            RE      Actual          RE        Actual
                          11.40     11.53         11.65        11.76
 23.4 CIL R&D Projects
 For in-house R&D work of CIL, R&D Board headed by Chairman, CIL is also
 functioning. CMPDI acts as the Nodal Agency for processing the
 proposals for CIL approval, preparation of budget estimates,
 disbursement of fund, monitoring the progress of implementation of the
 projects, etc.
 In order to enhance R&D base in command areas of CIL, CIL Board in its
 meeting held on 24th March 2008 had delegated substantial powers to CIL
 R&D Board and the Apex Committee of the R&D Board. The Apex Committee
 is empowered to sanction individual R&D project upto Rs. 5.0 crores value
 with a limit of Rs. 25.0 crores per annum considering all the projects
 together and CIL R&D Board is empowered to sanction individual R&D
 project upto Rs. 50.0 crores.
 So far, 71 projects have been taken up under CIL R&D Board fund, out of
 which 48 projects have been completed till March, 2014.
 The status of CIL R&D Board Projects during 2013-14 is as follows:
 i) Projects on-going as on 1.4.2013 - 23
 ii) Projects sanctioned during 2013-14 - 02
 iii) Projects completed during 2013-14 - 07
 iv) Projects on-going as on 1.4.2014 - 18
 Following R&D projects were completed during 2013-14:
 1.  Analysis of in-situ stress for CBM exploration in Jharia Coalfield.
 2.  Effective utilization of low rank and low volatile high rank Indian
 coking coals for Blast Furnace (BF) coke making.
 3.  Assessment of performance of explosives/blast results based on
 explosive energy utilization.
 4.  Investigations of Bolt Behavior in Development and Depillaring
 Panels under Blast Induced Dynamic Loading.
 5.  Feasibility study of High Angle Conveying System (HAC) in Opencast
 Coal Mines by Computer Modelling and Simulation.
 6.  Investigation on augmentation of life of dump truck tyres through
 improvement of tyre re-treading compound and development of an optimum
 road maintenance management system-Phase-II.
 7.  Development of a notch cutting machine to facilitate construction
 of stoppings in underground coal mines.
 The disbursement of funds for CIL R&D Projects during the year 2013-14
 was Rs.10.97 crores.
 In order to fulfill the vision of CIL to become a global player in the
 primary energy sector, the information and communication system of the
 organization plays a vital role to cope with the requirement keeping in
 view of each and every aspect of the business. CIL and its subsidiaries
 are concerned for putting continuous effort for up-dating the
 communication and IT solutions. To increase transparency, efficiency
 and optimal utilization of resources for customer and investor
 satisfaction, the following key initiations have been taken:
 1.  GPS based Operator Independent Truck Dispatch System (OITDS) with
 high speed Data and Voice communication is implemented and in the final
 stage of commissioning in all eleven Opencast projects to optimize
 operation of HEMM to enhance the production and productivity of the
 2.  An ambitious plan to commission GPS/GPRS based vehicle Tracking
 System across all major mines of Coal India has been taken up.
 3.  E-auction of coal, E-procurement of goods and services are
 operational through service provider of CIL. E-payment to employee and
 vendors, E-filing of grievances are in operation to embark upon the
 business process through IT initiatives.
 4.  In order to improve coal dispatch, actions are being taken to
 connect all weighbridges with Central Server of respective
 subsidiaries. Connectivity to weighbridges of BCCL, SECL mines are in
 place while at other subsidiaries viz. ECL, CCL, MCL, etc, is in
 different stage of completion.
 5.  Corporate mail messaging system is in place and enhancement of mail
 messaging system to CIL and subsidiaries for ultimate capacity of 19400
 users is under process to provide corporate mail for executives of CIL
 and subsidiaries.
 6.  Network infrastructure for better communication (Surface and
 Underground) for faster business process is continuously progressing
 with quick refund of coal value for un-lifted quantities and earnest
 money as per directives of MoC using state - of - art convergent
 7.  In order to meet the demanding business process, state – of - art
 IP base EPABX with support of convergent technology for voice and data,
 Radio communication System and UG communication system at different
 locations of Coal India and its subsidiary companies are operational.
 8.  The dedicated Web Portal of Coal India has been established in
 English and Hindi with enhanced look and feel encompassing the features
 like Employee Portal, Tender publication, On-line grievance management,
 Investor center, Customer corner, Vigilance etc. The Portal also
 facilitates for receiving on-line applications for recruitment of MTs,
 link to E-procurement and e-auction.
 9.  Video conferencing between CIL, Subsidiaries and MoC for
 enhancement of decision making process for better production and
 productivity is under final stage of implementation through Multi
 Protocol Layered Switching (MPLS) links.
 Coal India Ltd has always given the highest priority towards Safety.
 In CIL, safety is considered as a part of its core business process and
 is embedded in the mission statement. CIL has framed well defined
 Safety Policy and formed a multidisciplinary Internal Safety
 Organization (ISO) in every subsidiary company as well as at CIL (HQ)
 to monitor implementation of CIL's safety policy.
 Accidents statistics is the indicator for safety status. Over the
 years, the safety performance in terms of accident in CIL has improved
 25.1 This improvement in safety is attributed to the following
 contributing factors:
 - Collective commitment and synergies shown by the management and
 - Use of state-of-the-art technology in the field of mining methods,
 machineries and safety monitoring mechanism.
 - Continuous improvement in knowledge and skill of our workforce
 through imparting quality training and relentless safety awareness
 - Strong oversight and assistance from various quarters.
 Salient features of continuous and sustained improvement in CIL's
 safety performance:
 1.  The 5 yearly average fatalities since the inception of CIL in the
 year 1975 have shown a reducing trend over a period of time as evident
 from the graph given below:
 Note: Accident Statistics are maintained calendar year wise in
 conformity with DGMS and figures for the year 2013 are subject to
 reconciliation with DGMS
 2.  The 5 yearly average fatalities for the period 2010-13 have reduced
 by 66% compared to average fatalities during 1975-79.
 3.  The 5 yearly average serious injuries in CIL since its inception in
 the year 1975 upto 2013 have also shown a reducing trend over a period
 of time as is evident from the graph below:
 4.  The 5 yearly average serious injuries have reduced more sharply
 than fatalities in the same time frame. As figures of serious injuries
 are the precursor of fatal accidents and mine disaster, it is the
 indicator of improvement in safety standards of our mines as a whole.
 Analysis of trend of Accident Statistics of CIL for the last 5 years is
 also indicating overall improvement in safety performance in CIL.
 - Reducing trend of fatalities in CIL for the last 5 years
 Details of Accident Statistics in 2013 vis-à-vis 2012:
 During the year 2013, there were 54 fatal accidents and 58 fatalities
 in CIL mines compared to 57 and 60 respectively in 2012. Thus the
 numbers of fatal accidents and fatalities in 2013 compared to 2012 have
 reduced. The serious accidents and serious injuries for the year 2013
 compared to 2012 have reduced significantly to 175 and 178 respectively
 from 212 and 219. These are the lowest serious accidents and serious
 injuries figures since the inception of CIL in 1975.
 Overall: Accident Statistics for CIL in 2013 compared to 2012 are given
 No.  Parameters                         2012        2013
 1    Number of fatal accidents           57          54
 2    Number of fatalities                60          58
 3    Number of serious accidents        212         175
 4    Number of serious injuries         219         178
 5    Fatality Rate per million tonne
      of coal production                0.13        0.12
 6    Fatality Rate per 3 lakhs 
      manshift deployed                 0.22        0.21
 7    Serious injury Rate per million 
      tonne of coal production          0.48        0.38
 8    Serious injury Rate per 3 lakhs
      man shift deployed                0.79        0.64
 25.2 Major Activities of Safety & Rescue Division of CIL:
 1.  Inspection of mine to review safety status & follow up action.
 2.  Prima-facie fact finding enquiry into fatal accident and major
 incidences such as mine fire, subsidence, in-rush of water, slope
 failure, explosion etc.
 3.  Organizing meeting of CIL Safety Board and monitoring
 recommendations / suggestions made during the meeting.
 4.  Organizing meeting of National Dust Prevention Committee (NDPC) and
 monitoring recommendations / suggestions of NDPC.
 5.  Framing of internal technical circulars / guidelines related to
 safety issues and monitoring implementation.
 6.  Maintenance of accidents / major incidents statistics in database.
 7.  Publication of Safety Bulletin for disseminating and sharing of
 knowledge in order to promote safety awareness and inculcate better
 safety culture.
 8.  Framing reply of different coal mine safety related parliamentary
 questions including queries raised by different standing committees
 such as standing committee on energy, standing committee on labour as
 well as questions raised by COPU, MOC, CAG and VIPs.
 9.  Monitoring safety related R&D activities.
 10.  Imparting specialized training by SIMTARS accredited trainers to
 unit level and area level executives who are directly engaged in
 ensuring safety in mines.
 25.3 Actions taken for improvement of safety in mines undertaken in
 To improve safety standard, CIL has vigorously pursued several measures
 in the year 2013 along with on-going safety related activities /
 initiatives apart from compliance of statutory requirements for safety
 which are given below:- - Continuous oversight of safety status of
 mines is being done through multi-disciplinary Internal Safety
 Organization (ISO).
 - After analysis of fatal accidents which occurred at different point
 of time in 2013, several directives / guidelines on corrective measures
 to be taken for prevention of recurrence of similar type of accident in
 future are being issued from the Safety & Rescue Division of CIL.
 - Stress on preparation and implementation of Risk As- sessment based
 on Safety Management Plan (SMP).
 - A protocol for conducting safety audit by external independent
 agencies has been prepared to bring uniformity and efficiency in mine
 safety audit.
 26. Mines Rescue Services : A well-equipped Rescue Service Organization
 staffed by rescue personnel trained in modern training galleries and
 equipped with modern rescue equipment is maintained by the subsidiary
 companies of CIL. At present there are 6 Rescue Stations, 15 Rescue
 Rooms-with-Refresher Training facilities and 18 Rescue Rooms in CIL.
 27. Safety Monitoring Agencies in CIL: Apart from statutory monitoring
 by DGMS, the status of safety is being monitored at various levels by
 the following agencies:
 Level Monitored By Mine level 1. Workman inspectors: as per Mines Rule-
 2. Pit Safety Committee: constituted as per Mines Rule-1955
 Area level             1. Bipartite/Tripartite Committee
                        2. Safety Officers' Coordination Meeting
 Subsidiary HQ          1. Bipartite/Tripartite Committee Meeting at
 level                     HQ level
                        2.  Area Safety Officers' Coordination Meeting
                        3.  Inspections by ISO Officials
 CIL HQ:                1. CIL Safety Board
 Corporate              2. CMD's meet
 Level                  3. Director (Tech)'s Coordination Meeting
 Ministry of Coal       1. Standing Committee on Safety in Coal
 (MOC) / Other             Mines
 Ministries Level       2. National Conference on Safety in mines
                        3. Various Parliamentary Standing
 The Company has made optimum utilization of resources and technology
 and also used advanced methods and technology for the enhancement of
 efficiency and productivity in the company. HRD has been developing new
 techniques and opportunities for employee's self development which in
 turn proved to be favorable for the company as a whole.
 28.1 Overall Performance
 In CIL and its subsidiaries, 93825 employees have been trained during
 2013-14 out of which 20502 were executives and 73323 were
 non-executives. These training programmes included in-house training
 (training at subsidiary training centres and also at IICM), training in
 other reputed institutes outside the Company and training abroad.
 28.2 Trainings
 i) In-house Training
 The in-house training programmes were organized at subsidiary HQs, 27
 Training Centers and also 102 VT Centers across Coal India and also at
 IICM. HRD Division of subsidiaries organized these trainings after
 assessing the training need in the respective category of employees
 within the subsidiary. Special attention was given for improving the
 skill of the employees keeping in mind the needs of the Industry.
 Details of in-house training imparted are listed below:-
                               Short       Workshop/
                    Training   Training    Seminar        Total
 Executives          7135      8273         1211          16619
 ii) Training Outside Company (Within the Country)
 Besides in-house training at our Training Institutes, VT centers and
 IICM, employees were trained within the country at reputed training
 institutes, in their respective field of operations and also for
 supplementing our in- house training efforts. Employees from eight
 subsidiary companies and from CIL (HQ) have been trained in those
 reputed institutes. The break-up is given below:-
                                Short         Workshop/
              Training       Training         Seminar        Total
 Executives    1363             1428           970           3761
 executives     642               85            29            756
 Total         2005             1513           999           4517
 iii) Training Abroad
 Coal India has deputed 122 executives to different countries from its
 subsidiary and HQ during the year 2013-14 for Training, Workshops /
 Seminars / Conferences as per the details given below:-
                  Training     Workshops / Seminars /     Total
 Executives         57              65                     122
 28.3 Initiatives
 - CIL has been recruiting fresh and dynamic young talents in different
 disciplines for the last few years. Special attention has been given to
 groom these young and energetic persons in their respective fields
 throughout the year. In addition to the introductory concept on Coal
 Industry, they have been trained on basic Management Techniques (MAP)
 and also in their respective Technical fields (TAP) through regular
 courses organized by IICM with reputed faculties. Special attention has
 also been given in tuning them in their respective specialized working
 areas by on- the-job training throughout the year. Their probation is
 closed after appearing for the examination at the end of the year
 - As MTs of Excavation and E&M disciplines are posted in different Coal
 Mines, to provide them proper exposure to Mining Operations as well as
 Mining Equipments (both surface and underground) and to make them
 conversant with the Mining activities, 5 weeks of intensive training in
 different batches for a total of 253 MTs was organized at
 Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, the Premier Mining Institute of our
 country during the year 2013-14.
 - Special training modules as per the need of our industry have been
 designed and tie-ups were done with IIM, Lucknow and ASCI, Hyderabad to
 train our middle level (E4- E7) executives on Management Development
 Programmes at their campuses w.e.f. 1st April, 2014.
 - Similarly tie-up was made with IIM, Calcutta to train about 150
 General Managers (E8) of different disciplines on Advance Management
 including overseas learning w.e.f.  4th May, 2014.
 - 5 senior executives were sent to Japan to attend a 8-day training
 programme on 'Coal Preparation'.
 - 2 middle level executives were sent to China to attend a 20- day
 training programme on 'Fully Mechanized Coal Mining Technology- 2013'.
 - 495 executives have been given certified training in Project
 Management at IICM and other renowned institutes.
 - 72 executives have been given certified training in Contract
 Management at IICM and other reputed institutes.
 During FY 2013-14, Coal India Limited had inducted fresh talent into
 the organization at entry level as Management Trainees. 1141 Management
 trainees inducted in various technical and non- technical disciplines
 through open advertisement recruitment and 604 selections made through
 campus from various institutions of repute. Out of these campus
 selections 455 Management Trainees would be joining the Company in
 July- Aug 2014 upon completion of their courses. Coal India Limited has
 also advertised for 339 posts of MTs in March 2014 for the newly
 created Community Development discipline besides Environment, Sales &
 Marketing, Personnel, Materials Management and Finance disciplines.
 This process is likely to conclude by October 2014. Additionally, the
 Company has recruited 125 Specialist doctors and recruitment of 192
 General duty doctors is at the concluding stage. At Lateral level 05
 Ex- servicemen who have undergone Business Management Courses at IIMs
 have been recruited through campus selection and posted at different
 subsidiary companies. Apart from this, the Company has also inducted
 190 persons in executive cadre from its existing pool of employees of
 non-executive cadre through selection/ promotion.
 29.1 The total manpower of the Company including its subsidiaries as on
 31.03.2014 is 3,46,638 as against 3,57,926 as on 31.03.2013. The
 subsidiary company-wise position of manpower is as given below:-
 Company                 As on         Total
                         31.03.2014    71826
                         31.03.2013    74276
                         31.03.2014    58960
                         31.03.2013    61698
                         31.03.2014    46686
                         31.03.2013    48126
                         31.03.2014    52484
                         31.03.2013    54960
                         31.03.2014    70910
                         31.03.2013    73718
                         31.03.2014    22278
                         31.03.2013    22065
                         31.03.2014    16741
                         31.03.2013    16073
                         31.03.2014     2199
                         31.03.2013     2376
                         31.03.2014     3135
                         31.03.2013     3142
                         31.03.2014      512
                         31.03.2013      551
                         31.03.2014      907
                         31.03.2013      941
                         31.03.2014   346638
 Total (CIL as a whole)
                         31.03.2013   357926
 29.2 The presidential directives for Scheduled Castes/Scheduled
 Tribes/OBCs have been implemented in all the subsidiaries/ units of
 Coal India Limited.
 The representation of SC/ST employees in the total manpower of CIL and
 its Subsidiary Companies as on 01.01.2012, 01.01.2013 and 01.01.2014 is
 given below:-
                          Scheduled Castes     Scheduled Tribes 
 As on      Manpower     Nos.    Percentage    Nos.    Percentage
 1.1.2012    374650    77885      20.79       45424      12.12
 1.1.2013    361348    74780      20.69       43342      11.99
 1.1.2014    350188    72957      20.83       42049      12.01
 The Industrial Relations scenario in CIL and its subsidiaries during
 the financial year remained cordial. JCCs and different Bipartite
 Committees at Units / Area levels / Subsidiary (HQ) levels continued to
 function normally. Meetings of the Standardisation Committee were held
 at regular intervals at CIL.
 Strikes and Bandhs
 The Company-wise details of strikes, mandays lost, production lost and
 other incidents are furnished in the following table:-
 Company          No. Of Strikes/Bandhs      No. Of other incidents
                  2012-13       2013-14       2012-13       2013-14
 ECL              2+1             1+0            6             24
 BCCL             2+1             1+0            7              1
 CCL              2+1             1+0           61             41
 WCL              2+1             1+0            2              0
 SECL             2+1             1+0            0              0
 NCL              2+1             1+0           12              0
 MCL              2+1             1+0            0              0
 NEC              2+1             1+0            0              0
 CMPDI            2+1             1+0            0              0
 CIL              2+1             1+0            0              0
 Total            2+1             1+0           88             66
 Company                                     Production Loss
                   Mandays lost                 (per tonne)
                 2012-13     2013-14        2012-13       2013-14
 ECL             27427       2166            24100         35000
 BCCL             7557       2057            19700          1453
 CCL              4165       2236               00            00
 WCL             40366       2756           201800          9700
 SECL            56571       2942           239000            00
 NCL              1769        271            73500            00
 MCL              1617       1906               00            00
 NEC               198        106               00            00
 CMPDI             677        778               00            00
 CIL                60        206               00            00
 Total          140407      15424           558100         46153
 Bandh- Nil
 Strike – Strike call given by Coal Mines Officers Association of India
 (CMOAI), majority of the executives remained on strike on 13-3-2014 in
 CIL and Subsidiaries
 The focus of our Welfare Activities is the welfare of our employees and
 their families. The coal companies are paying greater attention to the
 welfare of their workers. Every effort is being made to improve the
 living conditions of the coal miners. In order to create a sense of
 belonging and involvement in work, top priority is given by the
 management to provide housing, medical, educational facilities, sports
 and cultural facilities etc.
 1) Structured Sports Policy of CIL and its subsidiaries, Memorandum of
 Association and Regulation and Registration under West Bengal Societies
 Registration Act 1961.
 Coal India Sports Promotion Association (CISPA) has been registered
 under West Bengal Societies Registration Act 1961.
 The structured sports policy was formulated and approved by the CIL
 Board. The objectives of the policy are as under:- a) To formulate the
 policy for promoting excellence in sports at State,
 National/International level and use these efforts as a vehicle to
 enhance the image of such sports persons as Brand Ambassador.
 b) To promote, develop and control various Sports/
 Recreational/Cultural activities and to foster spirit of sportsmanship
 and solidarity among the employees of Coal India and its subsidiaries.
 c) To advise and assist in the improvement and construction of sports
 academies / grounds / clubs / auditoriums and to allocate funds for
 various Sports Activities within Coal India and its subsidiaries.
 d) To conduct and support various sports meets and other sports
 activities within CIL and its subsidiaries as well as outside the
 Company, either by sponsoring such activities or by inviting
 outstanding sports persons to participate in Coal India Team.
 e) To affiliate itself to National Sports Federations/Associations and
 other appropriate institutions in sporting/recreational/ cultural
 activities and to act as a Central Body.
 f) To recommend recruitment of young, promising and outstanding
 sportspersons and with regard to promotion of existing reputed players
 associated with CIL and its subsidiary companies.
 g) To raise national level teams in identified games through scientific
 coaching, providing state-of-the-art equipment and infrastructure.
 h) To generate corporate goodwill and brand equity by sponsoring /
 co-sponsoring various sports/ games events at State, National and
 International level.
 i) To liaise with National and State Association / Bodies/ Federations
 promoting sports, games and cultural activities within India with a
 view to further sports centric objectives of the Company.
 2) Implementation of Revised Contributory Post Retirement Medicare
 Scheme for Executive (CPRMSE) of CIL and its subsidiaries.
 The Board of Directors of CIL in its 289th Meeting held on 18.09.2012
 had approved modifications/additions in the
 Contributory Post Retirement Medicare Scheme for Executives of CIL and
 its Subsidiaries (CPRMSE). Accordingly an Office
 Order has been circulated on 28.12.2012 for implementation of the
 Revised Scheme.
 The reimbursement charges for hospitalization (indoor treatment) as per
 CPRMSE has been enhanced to Rs. 25 Lakhs or Rs. 12.5 Lakhs as the case may
 be with immediate effect. There will be no limit for specified diseases
 as mentioned in Clause 3.2.1 (d) of the Scheme which will not be
 accounted for against the amount of Rs. 25 Lakhs or Rs. 12.5 Lakhs as the
 case may be.
 Further annual charges for domiciliary / outdoor treatment expenses
 have also been raised to Rs. 15,000/- payable in two installments.
 At the time of nationalisation, there were only 1,18,366 houses
 including sub-standard houses. The availability of these houses has
 increased to 3,99,354 (as on 31.03.2014). The percentage of housing
 satisfaction has now reached 100%.
 As against 2.27 lakhs population having access to potable water at the
 time of nationalisation in 1973, presently a populace of 21.17 Lakhs
 (as on 31.03.2014) has been covered under water supply scheme.
 Coal India Ltd and its subsidiaries are extending medical facilities to
 its employees and their families through various medical establishments
 from dispensary level to Central and Apex Hospitals in different parts
 of the coalfields.
 There are 79 hospitals with 5,709 beds, 418 dispensaries, 589 ambulance
 and 1445 doctors including specialists in CIL and its subsidiaries to
 provide medical services to the employees.  Besides 11 Ayurvedic
 dispensaries are also being run in the subsidiaries of Coal India
 Limited to provide indigenous system of treatment to workers.
 In addition, subsidiary companies have also been organizing different
 medical camps for the benefit of the villagers/community.  Special
 emphasis has also been given on Occupational Health, HIV/AIDS awareness
 programme for the employees and their families.
 Moreover, medical facilities are being provided to people residing in
 and around mine premises of the subsidiary companies of CIL.
 The primary responsibility for providing educational facilities lies
 with the State Governments. However, the subsidiary companies of CIL
 have been providing financial assistance and infrastructure facilities
 to certain renowned schools like DAV Public Schools, Kendriya
 Vidyalaya, Delhi Public School etc to impart quality education.
 Coal India Scholarship Scheme (Revised – 2013)
 In order to encourage the sons and daughters of employees of Coal India
 Limited, two types of Scholarship namely Merit and General Scholarship
 are being provided every year under prescribed terms and conditions.
 The no. of students who have been getting Scholarship and no. of
 students of IIT, NIT and Govt. Engineering and Medical Collages whose
 tuition fees and hostel charges are being reimbursed are given as
                    No. of Scholarship    No. of students in
 Company             Awardees             IITs, NITs and others
 ECL                       924                  60
 BCCL                      118                  49
 CCL                       795                  24
 WCL                      3581                 113
 SECL                     3883                 189
 MCL                      1436                  44
 NCL                       881                 103
 CMPDIL                    174                  22
 Total                  11,792                 604
 Grant sanctioned for schools, including privately managed schools:
 Company               (Figs. in Lakh Rupees)
 ECL                         373.92
 BCCL                        274.00
 CCL                        2038.00
 WCL                         927.28
 SECL                       3587.35
 MCL                         242.00
 NCL                        2202.42
 CMPDIL                        1.00
 Total                      9645.97
 7) Statutory Welfare Measures:
 In accordance with the provision of the Mines Act 1952 and Rules and
 Regulations framed there-under, subsidiaries of Coal India Limited are
 maintaining various statutory welfare facilities for the coal miners
 such as Canteen, Rest Shelters and Pit Head Baths etc.
 8) Non-statutory Welfare Measures:
 Co-operative Stores and Credit Societies
 In order to supply essential commodities and consumer goods at a
 cheaper rate in the collieries, 24 Central Co-operatives and 128
 Primary Co-operative Stores are functioning in the Coalfield areas of
 CIL. In addition, 181 Co-operative Credit Societies are also
 functioning in the Coal Companies.
 9) Banking Facilities
 The Management of the Coal Companies are providing infrastructure
 facilities to various Nationalised Banks for opening their Branches and
 Extension Counters in the Coalfields for the benefit of their workers.
 Workers are educated to draw their salaries through 485 Bank/ Extension
 Counters and they are also encouraged to practice thrift for the
 benefit of their families.
 10) Welfare, Development and Empowerment of Women
 There is a Forum for Women in Public Sector Cell at Company
 Headquarters, Kolkata and five subsidiary companies viz. ECL, BCCL,
 CCL, SECL and CMPDI. Each WIPS Cell is headed by a Coordinator who
 plans and executes various activities of the Forum with the help of a
 duly appointed Executive Committee.  The Company extends active support
 to the various activities of WIPS comprising of welfare activities,
 training and development activities, seminars, cultural programmes,
 industrial awareness visits, health awareness programmes etc. for WIPS
 members, women workers, their families and the society at large.
 Coal India Ltd and its subsidiary companies are extending full- fl
 edged support and patronage to National Conference Forum of WIPS held
 every year in February at predetermined locations by sponsorship of the
 event, nomination of maximum number of delegates and also by competing
 for the BEST ENTERPRISE award. In recent years WIPS cell has done
 commendable work in reaching out to the grass-root level women
 employees, empowering them by suggesting gainful redeployment, training
 and uplifting their morale by recognizing outstanding achievement, and
 honouring the exceptional talent.
 24th National Meet of WIPS
 The 24th National Meet of WIPS was held at Swabhumi, Kolkata on 11th
 and 12th February, 2014. Coal India supported this programme in a grand
 way by being the Diamond Sponsor, and deputed volunteers and anchors
 for the programme. The two days National Meet was attended by 700 women
 from different PSEs, Banks and Insurance Companies from all over the
 country and it was hosted by the Eastern Chapter of WIPS. Former Lok
 Sabha Speaker Mr Somenath Chatterjee, and D. G. SCOPE, Dr. U. D.
 Choubey graced the inaugural session, as distinguished Guests.  Coal
 India won JURIES SPECIAL AWARD for Excellence in Public Sector
 Management under Maharatna Category.
 International Women's Day
 International Women's Day was celebrated on 8th March, 2014, at Coal
 Bhawan by organizing an in-house cultural programme to unleash the
 potential of women employees of CIL (Hqrs.).
 11) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is company's commitment to
 operate in an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable
 manner, while recognizing the interests of its stakeholders.
 Coal India Limited has a well-defined CSR policy introduced w.e.f.
 29.06.2010 based on the guidelines issued by the Department of Public
 Enterprise for Central PSUs on CSR in April 2010, which is also
 applicable in respect of subsidiary companies of CIL.
 The poor and needy people of the society living in and around the
 coalfields/mining areas in different parts of India are the major areas
 covered under CSR activities. The CSR policy is operational within the
 radius of 25 KM of the project site and areas including Head Qtrs.
 Further CSR activities are also undertaken beyond the mining areas
 within the respective state with the approval as per norms. CIL being a
 holding company executes CSR activities on all-India basis.
 The annual budget for CSR in respect of subsidiary companies is
 allocated based on 5% of the retained earnings of the previous year
 subject to a minimum of Rs. 5 per tonne of coal production of the
 previous year. In respect of CIL as a Holding Company, 2.5% of retained
 profit of last year is allocated for execution of CSR activities.
 CIL believes in 'mining with a human face' through a socially
 sustainable inclusive development process. It pursues a structured CSR
 policy in and around the coal mining areas to improve quality of life
 with community consensus and inclusive participation.
 12) Special Cash Award
 During 2013-14, an amount of Rs. 51,000/- has been provided as Special
 Cash Award to 9 meritorious children of employees of CIL(Hqrs.),
 Kolkata, Desk Offices of subsidiary companies and Dankuni Coal Complex
 @ Rs. 7,000/- for 3 students who have secured 90% or above marks in the
 Class-XII Board level examination and @ Rs. 5,000/- for 6 students who
 have secured 90% or above marks in the Class-X Board level examination.
 13) Recreational facilities:
 Holiday Homes in the following tourist spots are available to the
 employees of CIL and its subsidiaries at subsidized rate.
 (a) Puri
 (b) Digha
 (c) Goa
 (d) Manali
 (e) Nainital
 (f) Katra
 14) CIL Welfare Board Meeting.
 The 42nd meeting of the Coal India Welfare Board was held on 18th
 October 2013 at Jaipur with the Central Trade Union Representatives and
 the representatives of the Management to discuss and decide regarding
 welfare policies, implementation of different welfare schemes in CIL
 and its subsidiaries.
 Coal India Limited envisioned that tree plantation plays an important
 role in our economic development and environmental balance.
 Accordingly, every year Coal India Limited and its subsidiaries are
 planting tree saplings on the available land in its command areas.
 During 2013-14 Coal India Limited and its subsidiaries have planted
 13.36 lakhs tree saplings over 526 ha under the plantation /
 afforestation programme.
 Since inception, CIL and its subsidiaries had planted more than 81
 million plant saplings over a land area of 34317 ha upto 31st March,
 Coal India Limited kept its efforts continued to propagate and spread
 the progressive use of Official Language Hindi during the year 2013-14.
 By adopting the Official Language policy of the Union which is based on
 motivation and encouragement, Coal
 India ensures the implementation of the Statutory Provisions of the
 Official Languages Policy of the Union. The top management gives it
 high priority. A brief description of the work done during the year
 under review towards implementation of the Official Language is
 appended below:- To augment the process of implementation of the
 provisions of the Official Languages Act, Rules made there under and in
 order to increase the use of Hindi in day-to-day official work, regular
 meetings of the Official Language Implementation Committee are being
 organized. In these meetings, the members of the Hindi Advisory
 Committee of Ministry of Coal and the MoC Observer for Coal India were
 invited regularly.
 The meeting of Hindi Advisory Committee of Coal Ministry was held on
 3.09.2013 under the Chairmanship of Hon'ble Minister of Coal, in which
 Coal India Ltd actively participated. The suggestions for
 implementation regarding use of Hindi received from the members are
 being implemented.
 With a view to create a conducive atmosphere for working in Hindi and
 accelerating the use of Hindi as Official Language in among official
 work, a 'Hindi Fortnight' was organized from 14.9.2013 to 28.9.2013.
 During Hindi Fortnight, various Hindi Competitions such as Hindi essay
 writing, Hindi noting and drafting, Hindi Translation, Hindi Dictation,
 and Hindi typing were organized among the employees of Coal India
 Limited. Cash Awards and Certificates were given to the winners by
 Chairman, Coal India Ltd. on 20-12-2013 at the event of OLIC meeting
 where Shri Gopal Krishna Pharlia, member of Hindi Advisory Committee of
 Ministry of Coal, was also present. This created a consciousness among
 employees to use the Official Language in official work. It is notable
 that Regional Sales Offices situated at different cities were granted
 sufficient fund as per their sizes to celeberate Hindi Diwas and Hindi
 Week/Fortnight as per their practice. In order to promote Hindi, a
 Hasya Kavi Sammelan was organized on 21.12.  2013 at Rohini Housing
 Complex, Ultadanga, Kolkata where a large audience was present.
 Another feather in the cap during the period under review was that Coal
 India Ltd. bagged the first prize in the Corporate Office category for
 the best implementation of the Official Language Policy of the Union by
 Town Official Language Implementation Committee (PSUs), Kolkata during
 its half yearly meeting cum prize distribution ceremony held on
 30.08.2013 at Meghnath Saha Auditorium, Central Glass & Ceramic
 Research Institute, Kolkata.  Coal India also received 'Karyalaya Deep
 Samman' from Rajbhasha Sanshthan, Delhi at Jim Corbett Park, Nainital
 on 10.10.2013 for the best implementation of Official Language Policy
 of the Union. With a view to promote Hindi knowledge of the employees,
 10 sets of 9 reputed Hindi Magazines are being distributed among
 different departments / sections. Help literature and Hindi
 Dictionaries were provided to the sections & their incharge on their
 indent for smooth use of Rajbhasha in Official works. Unicode on
 computers is being activated in each and every computer.
 With a view to create a working atmosphere for the use of the Official
 Language and to remove hesitation of officers and employees to work in
 Hindi Coal India organized Hindi workshop from time to time so that
 they may be aware of use of Hindi words, Hindi notings and drafting in
 their regular official works. Coal India always lays emphasis on
 imparting training in Hindi Language under Hindi Teaching Scheme of
 Govt. of India by nominating the employees in Hindi Praveen and Pragya
 classes. The Company has nominated 4 persons in the current session
 starting from January, 2014 in these classes. In addition, 4 persons
 were nominated for Hindi Stenography and Typing classes in the month of
 February, 2014.
 The 3rd sub-committee of the Parliament on Official Language visited
 Coal India Ltd on 4.10.2013 to observe the status of use of Hindi in
 official work and to ensure that provisions of the Official Languages
 Act and Rules made there-under are properly complied with. They
 suggested ways and means for effective implementation of Official
 Languages Act in the official work and taken certain assurances from
 Chairman, Coal India Ltd. to fulfill it within the stipulated time.
 Coal India Ltd is committed to fulfill these assurances within the
 stipulated time.
 The inspection of offices is a part of this implementation. Officials
 of Rajbhasha department, CIL (HQ.) reviewed the status of
 implementation of Official Language at some of its subordinate offices
 during the year under review. Suggestions have been given to correct
 the short-comings seen during the inspection and they were advised to
 achieve the target of Hindi correspondence, as stipulated in the annual
 programme of the Govt. Of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, Rajbhasha
 The anti-corruption activities in CIL and its subsidiary companies have
 been institutionalized by setting up Vigilance Departments in CIL and
 subsidiary companies each of which is headed by a Chief Vigilance
 Officer (CVO), appointed by the Govt. of India in consultation with
 Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) on tenure basis, drawn from various
 government services.
 During the year 2013-14, 44 Intensive Examination of Works/ Contracts
 were undertaken by CIL (HQ) and its subsidiary companies. In addition,
 334 Surprise Inspections were carried out and 335 investigation cases
 were completed. Besides, 116 Departmental Inquiries were disposed of
 which resulted in punitive action against 264 officials. Such
 examinations/investigations have resulted in initiation of various
 system improvement measures.
 As per the directives of Central Vigilance Commission, Vigilance
 Awareness Week – 2013 has been observed at CIL Hqrs., Kolkata and at
 subsidiaries from 28.10.2013 to 02.11.2013. emphasizing the theme of
 Promoting Good Governance –Positive Contribution of Vigilance. The
 week was observed by organizing various activities in order to generate
 awareness, educate and discuss transparency among officials /stake
 holders as well as general public to arrest the root cause of
 corruption and to promote good governance. Banners were displayed at
 prominent places.  System Improvement Suggestions were invited from all
 employees and the suggestions received were analysed. On 31.10.13,
 Group discussion on Promoting good governance through e-governance
 was organized at different departments of CIL HQ, with an aim to
 enhance the transparency in procurement process in organisation. In
 house contest/ competition were organized and entries received from
 employees and their family members of different departments of CIL HQ.
 During VAW-2013, Poster Making Competition and Essay Writing
 competition on anti corruption topics were organized in different
 categories for the wards of employees of Coal India Limited. The wards
 and spouses of employees of Coal India Limited were also allowed to
 participate in the slogan competition for Creating a Slogan and Essay
 writing competition. An Open Interactive Session with special emphasis
 on the theme Promoting Good Governance – Positive Contribution of
 Vigilance, was held on 04.11.2013. The speakers discussed issues
 relating to transparency, good governance, Pro- active vigilance etc.
 In the interactive session, participants raised several issues which
 were discussed. Thereafter, Vigilance Corner page on CIL website was
 inaugurated. Apart from annual action plan, policy and circulars, it
 has facility for online filing of Vigilance Complaints including PIDPI
 complaint, online filing and viewing of Annual Property Return etc.
 Online Whistle Blower Vigilance Complaint System at CIL
 The Whistle Blower Vigilance Complaint (WBVIG) is a web based
 complaint/grievance handling system of Vigilance Division, Coal India
 Limited for disclosure on any allegation of corruption or misuse of
 office where identity of the complainant is kept secret.  This is based
 on GoI resolution on Public Interest Disclosure and Protection of
 Informer (PIDPIR), popularly known as Whistle Blower policy. With
 regard to Whistle Blower Vigilance Complaint, the Vigilance Division,
 Coal India Limited is accepting the complaints with the responsibility
 of keeping the identity of the complainant confidential. Whistle Blower
 Vigilance Complaint system has been made accessible from CIL Web
 Updation of CIL Purchase Manual.
 As a part of Preventive Vigilance, suggestions related to Mode of
 tendering, Sources for fl oating Limited tendering, Eligibility
 criteria, Trial orders, Arbitration Clause have been communicated to
 Purchase Division, CIL(HQ) which may be put up to the committee for
 deliberations and consideration.
 Tender for f nalization of Rate Contract for supply of Explosives
 System improvement suggestions have been communicated to Purchase
 Division, CIL(HQ) for consideration and further needful action.
 No employee received remuneration during the year 2013- 14, either
 equal to or in excess of the limits prescribed under Section 217(2A) of
 the Companies Act,1956 read with Companies (Particulars of
 Employees)Rules,1975 as amended.
 Shri S. Narsing Rao Chairman-cum-Managing Director of the Company,
 continued throughout the year. On being appointed as the Principal
 Secretary to the Chief Minister, Telengana, he has submitted his
 resignation to the Secretary, Ministry of Coal on 23rd May,2014. His
 resignation was accepted on 24th June,2014 by the Ministry of Coal and
 he relinquished his charge from 26th June,2014(FN).
 Shri R.Mohan Das, Director (P&IR), Shri N.Kumar Director (Technical),
 Shri B.K.Saxena, Director (Marketing) and Shri A.  Chatterjee, Director
 (Finance) were on the Board throughout the year.
 Dr A.K.Dubey, Additional Secretary, MoC was nominated on the Board
 w.e.f 3rd April, 2013 and continued as a part-time official Director on
 the Board for the balance period of the financial year.  Dr. A.K.
 Dubey, has assumed the additional charge of CMD, CIL with effect from
 26th June'2014(FN). Ms Anjali Anand Srivastava, Joint Secretary &
 Financial Advisor, MoC, continued as a Part Time Director till 8th
 April, 2013. Smt Sujata Prasad, Joint Secretary & Financial Advisor,
 MoC, was nominated on the Board w.e.f 3rd May' 2013 and continued as a
 part-time official Director on the Board for the remaining period of
 the financial year.
 On completion of their tenure a) Dr A.K.Rath ceased to be an
 Independent Director w.e.f 26th April, 2013 b) Shri Kamal R Gupta, Dr
 (Smt) Sheela Bhide and Prof. S.K.Barua ceased to be the Independent
 Directors w.e.f. 3rd August, 2013 and c) Dr R.N.Trivedi, Ms Sachi
 Chaudhuri and Dr. Mohd. Anis Ansari ceased to be the Independent
 Directors w.e.f 23rd August,2013.
 Dr R. N.Trivedi and Shri Alok Perti were appointed as Independent
 Directors w.e.f 31st October 2013 and continued for the balance period
 of the financial year. Shri C. Balakrishnan and Dr. Noor Mohammad were
 appointed as Independent Directors w.e.f 19th December, 2013 and
 continued for the balance period of the financial year. Prof Indranil
 Manna and Shri Shri Prakash were appointed as Independent Directors
 w.e.f. 6th February, 2014 and continued for the remaining period of the
 financial year.
 Shri A.N.Sahay, CMD, MCL and Shri A.K.Debnath, CMD, CMPDIL have been
 appointed as permanent invitees on the CIL Board w.e.f. 23rd April,
 2013. Shri D.P.Pande has been appointed as a permanent invitee on the
 board w.e.f 12th July, 2012 and continued till 10th April, 2013.
 Your Directors wish to place on record their deep sense of appreciation
 for the valuable guidance and services rendered by them during their
 tenure, who ceased to be Directors during the year.
 In terms of Article 33(d) of the Articles of Association of the
 Company, one-third of the Directors are liable to retire by rotation
 shall retire at the ensuing Annual General Meeting and they are
 eligible for reappointment.
 The Board of Directors held 10 meetings during the year 2013-14.
 In terms of Section 217(2AA) of Companies Act, 1956 read with
 Significant Accounting Policy at Note 33 and additional Notes on
 Accounts at Note 34 forming part of Accounts (CIL- Standalone 2013-14),
 it is confirmed:
 i) That in preparation of the Annual Accounts, applicable Accounting
 Standards have been followed and that no material departures have been
 made from the same;
 ii) That such Accounting policies have been selected and applied
 consistently through judgments and estimates that are reasonable and
 prudent, to give a true and fair view of state of affairs of the
 company at the end of the financial year and profit & loss of the
 company for that period;
 iii) That proper and sufficient care have been taken for maintenance of
 adequate accounting records in accordance with the provisions of
 Companies Act, 1956 for safeguarding the assets of the Company and for
 preventing and detecting fraud and other irregularities; and
 iv) That Annual Accounts have been prepared on a going concern basis.
 In terms of the General Circular No. 2/ 2011 dated 8th February, 2011
 from the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, the Annual Accounts of the
 subsidiary companies and the related information shall be made
 available to the shareholders seeking such information.
 In pursuant to the directions of the Central Govt. for conducting Cost
 Audit of Cost Records, the proposal for appointment of M/s Musib & Co
 as Cost Auditor of your Company for the year 2013- 14 was approved by
 the Central Govt. and accordingly they have been appointed. The Cost
 Audit Report for the year 2012-13 was filed by your Company on 26th
 The Company conducted Secretarial Audit for the year 2013-14.  The
 report of the Secretarial Auditor is included in the Corporate
 Governance Report. The observation of the Secretarial Auditor and
 Management Explanation is enclosed as Annexure V.
 Eastern Coalf elds Limited (ECL)
 As on 31st March, 1997 accumulated losses of the Company exceeded its
 networth by Rs. 251.20 crores. Hence the Company was referred to BIFR in
 October, 1997 in terms of Section 15(1) of SICA. Due to financial
 restructuring done by CIL on 31st May, 1998, by converting unsecured
 loan of Rs. 1179.45 crores into equity, the net worth of the Company
 became positive as on that date and the Company came out of BIFR. Since
 the company continued to incur losses year after year, the networth of
 the Company again became negative as on 31st March, 1999 and the
 Company was again referred to BIFR in November, 1999. The Company's
 case was registered as case no. 501/2000.
 BIFR sanctioned the Draft Rehabilitation Scheme in November,2004 for
 implementation. As per the scheme, the networth of the Company was
 slated to become positive in 2008-09 with concession from CIL. The
 Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs has also approved the BRPSE
 recommended Revival Plan of ECL on 6th October, 2006. As per this
 Scheme, the networth of the Company was slated to become positive in
 As directed by BIFR, in its meeting held on 02.09.2011, DMRP,
 September, 2011 was submitted. As per the revised DMRP of ECL-
 September, 2011, the networth of the Company was slated to become
 positive in 2015-16. Effective steps have been taken to successfully
 implement the revival plan and the Company is expected to report
 positive networth by the end of the financial year 2013-14 with
 concession from CIL.
 In the meeting held on 19.09.2013, the BIFR Bench directed the Company
 to provide copy of progress report to trade unions, and to continue
 sending the progress report to BIFR and MA (SBI).  It further directed
 the Company to file appropriate application for discharge, once the
 networth of the Company turns positive.
 The Board of Directors of your Company wishes to record their deep
 sense of appreciation for the sincere efforts put in by the employees
 of the Company and Trade Unions. Your Directors also gratefully
 acknowledges the co-operation, support and guidance extended to the
 Company by various Ministries of the Government of India, in general,
 and the Ministry of Coal, in particular, besides the State Governments.
 Your Directors also acknowledge with thanks the assistance and guidance
 rendered by the Auditors, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India
 and the Registrar of Companies, West Bengal and wishes to place on
 record their sincere thanks to the Consumers for their continued
 The following are annexed.
 i) The comments and review of the Comptroller and Auditor General of
 ii) Auditors Report for the year ended 31st March,2014 and Management
 reply (Annexure I).
 iii) Statement pursuant to Sec. 212(i) (e) of the Companies Act, 1956.
 iv) Foreign Exchange Earning and Outgo (Annexure II).
 v) Details about research and development of the Company
 (Annexure III).
 vi) Observations of Auditor and Management Explanation under Sec 217(3)
 of Companies Act 1956. (Annexure IV).
 vii) Observation of Secretarial Auditor & Management Explanation
 (Annexure V).
 viii) Presidential Directive dated 17th July,2013 (Annexure VI).
 ix) Performance against MoU for the year 2013-14 (Annexure VII).
                        For and on behalf of the Board of Directors
                                                         A.K. Dubey
 Kolkata, 17th July, 2014                                  Chairman
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