ENTMS - 2016
International Symposium on New Equipment, New Technology, Management and Safety in Mining and Mineral based industries.
On 11th and 12th May 2016
National Technology Day Celebration
at Hotel Swosti Premium, Bhubaneswar (India)
Themes Dates to note Associated
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Partial list of participating organisations
in the earlier Geominetech Symposia:

Almora Magnesite,
Almora, Uttaranchal
Amtek Metal and Mining Ltd., Orissa
Atlas Copco India
Arcelor Mittal
Associated Cement Companies Ltd. (ACC)
Associated Stone Industries, Kotah
Autowin Systems, Pune
Balasore Alloys ...
Bharat Earth Movers Ltd. ...

Coal India Ltd. and subsidiaries ...


Central Institute of Mining and Fuel Research ...
CUMMINS India, Pune ...
CMC Ltd., Kolkata ...
Diesel India Private Limited ...
Deepak fertilisers, ... Pune
Essel Mining and Industries Ltd. ...
FCT International ...
Gas Authorities of India Ltd. ...
Gimpex Ltd., ... Chennai
Global Mining, ... New Delhi
Gujrat Ambuja cements ...
Hindustan Aluminium Co. Ltd. ...
Hectronic India ...
Heavy Engineering Corporation Ltd. ...
Indian Aluminium Co. Ltd., ... Kolkata
Indian Institutes of technology, Kharagpur/Bombay ...
Indian Institute of Management, Business Development group, ... Kolkata
Indian Metals and Ferro Alloys Ltd. ...
Indian School of Mines, ... Dhanbad
Indian Mine Managers Association
Institution of Engineers (India) ...
INCO Engg, Czech Republic ...
Indian RareEarths Ltd., ... Manavalakuruchi
Indian Explosives Ltd, ... Kolkata
IDL Industries Ltd, ... Hyderabad
Jindal Steel and Power ...
Larsen and Tubro Ltd. ...
Lafarge Cements ...
Laula University, ... Sweden
Kudremukh Iron Ore Co Ltd ...
Mining Engineers' Association,Bhubaneswar/Rourkela ... Chapters
Misrilal Mines ...
Michel Radial International ...
Mining Geological and metallurgical Institute (India)
Maptek, Australia
MTU, Detroit
National Aluminium Co. Ltd
National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd.
National Institute of Technology, Rourkela
National Mineral Development Corporation Ltd.
Neyveli Lignite Corporation Ltd.
National Institute of Rock Mechanics,Kolar Gold Field,Karnatak
OCL Iron and Steel Ltd.
Orissa Mining Corporation Ltd
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation
Optech Inc, Canada
OSTROJ, Chech Republic
ORICA, Australia
Power Scree, UK
Promtractor JSC, Russia
Rastriya Ispat Nigam Ltd.,Vizag
Research Institue, Check Republic
Rungta Mines
Simplex, Raipur
Shiv -Vani
Sterlite Group
SRC Projects Pvt. Ltd.
Singereni Coal company Ltd.
Skyline Minerals and Construction
Shneider Eletric, India
Surpac India Ltd.
SVC, Chicago
Tafcon Projects India Ltd.
Tata Steel
Triveni Earth Movers,Salem,Tamilnadu
Triangle Simulaton Company, Mumbai
TELCO Construction Equipment Co.Ltd.
Tractors India Ltd.
Usha Martin Ltd.
VDMA, Germany
Visa Steel
VR Steel, South Africa
V S Dempo, Goa
Vedanta Alumina, Lanjigarh, Orissa
Uranium Corporation Of India Ltd, Jaduguda, Jharkhand
For some papers selected from the earlier symposia
please visit Geominetech library. Click here


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This series of annual events began in 2001 AD
  • for the manufacturers, R & D organisations etc. to present their innovations and ideas to the executives in the industries.

  • It has provided the best opportunity for the executives of the mining and related industries to learn about the latest developments
Apart from that it has provided
  • one of the best opportunities for the end users of the minerals to meet the producers of minerals for their future requirements

  • one of the best opportunities for the traders and investors to learn about the latest developments and future prospects.
With the rapidly increasing demand for minerals in India
and very low rate of increase in domestic mineral production
ENTMS 2015 (in May 2015) provides a unique opportunity
  • for the producers of minerals to explore new markets,
  • for end users of the minerals to meet the prospective suppliers and
  • for innovations to meet the gap between supply and demand.
For further details please write to
J.K.Hota, Editor, I.M.I.J.
and Org.Secy., Geominetech Conference / Library

M.I.G. 11, Ananth Bihar Phase 2
Near D.A.V. School, Pokhriput

Bhubaneswar 751020 (India)
Telefax: +91-674-2352358 (R)
Phone: +919337300818, +919937497760, +919938648768
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New Equipment, New Technology, Management and Safety
  • Exploration and Mine Planning
  • Quality Management, Mineral Processing and Mineral handling
  • I.T.application and automation in the mineral industry
  • Investment Opportunities in Indian Mining Industry
  • Beach placers and off Shore Mining
  • Regulatory Measures for conservation, safety, environment etc.
Please suggest additional themes to make the symposium more useful.
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Important dates and rates
Please do not miss the last dates for registration and submission of the papers
  • 5th March 2016 - Last date for receipt of abstracts (500 words)
  • 14th March 2016 - Last date for intimation of acceptance.
  • 25th April 2016 - Last date for the receipt of complete paper.
The papers should be submitted in English through Email or CD.

Concessional Advertisement Tariff for the souvenir Volume
For payments received before 31st March 2016: A4 Size
Black and white
  • Cover page Back - Rs.60,000/- (US $ 1800/-for foreign advertisers)
  • Front &Back Inside - Rs.50,000/- (US $ 1400/- for foreign advertisers)
  • Full Page (Inner) B/W - Rs.15,000/- (US $ 500/- for foreign advertisers)
  • Half Page (Inner)B/W - Rs.10,000/- (US $ 280/- for foreign advertsers)
  • Quarter Page (Inner) B/W Rs. 7,000/-
(25% extra per additional colour)

Registration fees for delegates
  • Upto 14th April 2016.
    • Rs. 8,600/- (Indian) per participant, uptp 3 delegates
    • Rs. 7,800 (Indian) per participant,if more than 3 delegates register together
    • US $ 280/- per foreign delegate
    • Rs. 6,500/- per participant for members of IE(I), MEAI, IMMA, MGMI, SGAT, ISMA and ISEE
  • After 14th April 2016 extra Rs. 500/- (US $ 15/- for foreign delegates) per participant
  • Platinum sponsorship Rs.2,00,000/-
    upto 15 delegates with name display
  • Principal Sponsorship Rs. 1,00,000/-
    upto 10 delegates with name display
  • Corporate Sponsorship Rs.75,000/- (Indian), US $ 2000 (Foreign)
    upto 6 delegates and one advertisement
  • Cosponsorship
    Rs.50,000/- (Indian), US $ 1500 (Foreign)
    upto 5 delegates and one advertisement

Did you know?

The earliest systematic mining, mineral beneficiation and metal extraction was done on the banks of river Saraswati commonly known as the Indus valley civilisation.

While trying to study the history of ancient mining and metallurgy in the Indus valley (i.e. Saraswati valley) during the Harappan period some geologists, mining engineers and metallurgists discovered that the chronology given in the official versions of the history books is not correct.

For details Click here
What they found is summarised below.

According to the modern Indian history books Lord Buddha is believed to have been born in the sixth century BC and Chandragupta Maurya is believed to have been the ruler of Magadha Empire soon after the invasion of Alexander in the year 327 BC. There is a common misconception among the laymen as well as the historians that these and the other dates given in the official version of Indian history are proven facts.

However, a careful and critical examination of the sources from which, and the manner in which, these dates have been derived shows that these dates are only as true as the creation of the universe in (or around) the year 4006 BC.

How, why and when these myths were put in the hisory books as facts?

For more information Click here

Do not forget to visit

when you come to Bhubaneshwar
  • The famous Shri Jagannath temple of Puri

  • The famous Lingaraj temple of Bhubaneshwar

  • The magnificent sun temple of Konark (even if it is in ruins) built in the 12th century AD

  • The other magnificent shrines built earlier and still functional

  • Khandagiri and Udayagiri caves (10 km from the conference venue)

  • Japanese Buddhist shrine at Dhauli hill

and many other nearby places of interest.

Bhubaneshwar is well connected by air, rail and road.

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