The estimated value for metallic minerals is Rs 53,029 crore and that of non-metallic minerals, including minor minerals, is Rs 60,512 crore, it said.
Union mines secretary Arun Kumar also said closure of some iron ore mines in Odisha and Goa may not have much impact on the ore exports as the situation is moving towards normalisation.
"The index of mineral production of the mining and quarrying sector for November... 2016, at 135.9, was 3.9 percent higher compared to November 2015," the Ministry of Mines said in a statement.
The index of mineral production of the mining and quarrying sector for October declined by 1.1 per cent while the total value of the mineral output during the month was estimated at Rs 19,359 crore.
That was followed by petroleum (crude) at Rs 5,593 crore, natural gas (utilised) at Rs 2,165 crore, iron ore at Rs 1,347 crore, limestone at Rs 554 crore and Lignite at Rs 535 crore, it added.
The index of mineral production of mining and quarrying sector for November (new Series 2004-05=100) 2015 stood at 131.5, higher by 2.3 percent compared to November 2014, the data released by Mines Ministry showed.
The country's mineral production grew by 16.6 per cent in October to Rs 16,975 crore led by coal and iron ore. India had produced minerals, excluding atomic and minor minerals, worth Rs 14,555 crore in October last year, an official statement said.