Jaipur, Additional Chief Secretary Mines, Petroleum and PHED Dr. Subodh Agrawal has informed that the state government has started the auction process of 55 royalty contracts in 21 districts on e-platform for recovery of revenue due on the mineral coming out of mining leases. He informed that earlier this month, e-auction process of 73 royalty contracts in 19 districts has been started.
Dr. Agrawal informed that Royalty Collection Contract (RCC), Access Royalty Collection Contract (ERCC), District Level Mineral Foundation Trust (DMFT), State Level Mineral Exploration to be recovered from mining leases issued by the Mines Department. Trust (RSMET) etc. He said that e-auction notices have been issued for these contracts with a reserve amount of more than Rs 295 crore 35 lakh.
The ACS said that these contracts for recovery of RCC, ERCC, DMFT and RSMET are under the jurisdiction of the Mining Engineers of 21 districts. These include Jaipur, Ajmer, Jodhpur, Barmer, Udaipur, Sirohi, Nagaur, Bhilwara, Pali, Bharatpur, Karauli, Bundi, Chittorgarh, Dausa, Alwar, Dungarpur, Rajsamand, Jhalawar, Baran, Churuv Tonk district, mining leases, quarry licenses, and The permits are related to the recovery of royalties etc. of various minerals in the areas.
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Dr. Aggarwal informed that any person from anywhere in the country and the world can participate in this e-auction process, so that the departmental website for e-auction of 55 royalty contracts of the state through the transparent system of e-auction. Along with the detailed information, information about e-auction has been made available on the online MSTC portal of auction of major minerals by the Government of India. He said that the persons willing to participate in the e-auction will have to register on the Government of India portal, whereas the already registered person, firm or company will not need to register again.
The ACS said that these contracts are being awarded mainly for recovery of duties, royalties of RRC, ERRC, DMFT, RSMET etc. from the mines of Minor Minerals Granite, Gypsum, Marble, Masonry Stone, Quartz, Falspar, Soapstone, Dolomite, Silica Sand etc. Huh. A transparent system on the e-platform has the potential for healthy competition from auctions as well as revenue growth. After the auction, the contract cannot be transferred, sublet or surrendered to anyone else.
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Mines Director Kunj Bihari Pandya informed that e-auction of these royalty contracts worth more than Rs 295 crore has been held on May 5, 6, 10 and 11. The detailed information about the auction of these royalty contracts, terms, rules, procedure etc. related to the contracts can also be seen on the departmental website. In order to make the auction process transparent and easy, the department has arranged for auction through the Government of India portal.
Director KB Pandya informed that in the contracts of more than ten crore rupees, the contractor will have to install computerized weighing machine i.e. computerized weighing machine at his own cost.
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