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KARNATAKA MINOR MINERAL CONCESSION RULES 1994

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SCHEDULE-1

(See sub-rule (1) of Rule 36)

DEAD RENT 

Sl.No

Name of Minor Mineral

Rate per acre/annum Rs.

1

ORNAMENTAL & DECORATIVE BUILDING
STONES. 
(As defined under clause  (m) of rule 2)

25,000

2

Felsite & its varieties suitable for use as Ornamental Stones

25,000

3

Quartzite & Sandstone and their varieties suitable for use as Ornamental stones.

25,000

4

Marble or crystalline Limestone as ornamental Stone.

25,000

5

Bentonite

25,000

6

Fuller’s Earth

25,000

7

Limestone under title “Shahabad Stone”

15,000

8

Lime stone (Non-Cement)

15,000

9

Ordinary Building Stones. 
(As defined under clause  (g) of rule 2)

a.

Bangalore, Kolar, Mysore, Mandya & Tumkur

15,000

b.

Other Districts

10,000

10

Limeshell

15,000

11

Lime Kankar

15,000

12

Agate & Chalcedony

15,000

13

Ordinary Sand

10,000

14

Brick & Tile clays

5,000

15

Steatite used for making household articles

10,000

16

Sandstone used for making household articles.

10,000

17

Murram

3000

18

All other minor minerals

5,000

 

SCHEDULE-2

(See sub rule (1) of Rule 36 )

ROYALTY

Sl.No

Name of Minor Mineral

Rate per unit/quantity Rs.

1

ORNAMENTAL & DECORATIVE BUILDING STONES. 
(As defined under clause  (m) of rule 2)

 

A)      DYKE ROCK

 

 

(i)      Black granites:

 

 

a)      Mysore & Chamarajnagar District.

  3,000 per M3

 

b)      All other districts other than (a) above.

2,500 per  M3

 

ii)  Other varieties of dyke other than Black granites (Entire state)

1500 per  M3

 

B)    (I) PINK  & RED GRANITES

 

[ILKAL PINK variety]
(i  Hungund Taluk of Bagalkot & Badami taluk of Bijapur district, Kushtagi of Koppal district

2,500 per   M3

 

(ii)  Pink & Red granites, gneisses & their textural & structural varieties, (other than ILKAL PINK variety)

1,500 per  M3

 

C)    GREY & WHITE GRANITES & Their
varieties

 

 

(i)Very fine grained grey Granite [SIRA GREY variety].
Sira, Madhugiri of Tumkur dist. Chintamani, Gudibande,Siddlaghatta of Kolar dist. Hosakote of Bangalore
district.

1,500 per  M3

 

ii)  Grey & White granites & their textural varieties having shades of grey, black & white colours, (other than (I) above) Entire State

1,000 per  M3

iii) Grey Granite of Sadarahally Koira of Bangalore Rural District.

600 per M3

2

Felsite and its varieties suitable for use as Ornamental Stone – Entire
State

1,200 per  M3

3

Granite and Sandstones and their varieties suitable for use as ornamental Stones – Entire State.

1,200 per M3

4

Marble or crystalline limestone as ornamental stone.  – Entire state.

1,200  per M3

5

Bentonite  -- Entire state

200 per  MT

6

Fullers Earth – Entire State

200  per  MT

7

Limestone under the title “Shahabad Stone”

80  per  10 Sq. m

8

Limestone (Non-Cement) when used for building stone  -- Entire State

20 per  MT

9

Ordinary Building stones --Entire State
(As defined under clause (g) of rule 2)

30  per MT

10

Limeshell – Entire State

60 per  MT

11

Lime Kankar (Non-Cement) – Entire State

25 per  MT

12

Agate, Chalcedony, Flint – Entire State

120 per  MT

13

Ordinary Sand: Entire State

30 per  MT

14

Steatite and sand stone used for making household utensils/articles – Entire State

20 per  MT

15 a.

Murram (All types of soils) – Entire State

10 per  MT

b.

Clay used for manufacturing tiles & Bricks

20 per MT

16

All other minerals – Entire State

30% of the sale value at Pit mouth

17

Waste rocks generated in ornamental stone quarry  -- Entire State see explanation under rule 36

200 per Tonne or 600  per  M3.

18

 Irregular shaped waste rock, quarry which is not suitable for ornamental purposes – Entire State.

  30 per  MT

19

Waste rocks generated in Shahabad stone quarries.  – Entire State. see explanation under rule 36

30 per  MT

20

Finished kerb stones/cubes not exceeding 30 cms. Each face.  – Entire State.

  80 per  MT

SCHEDULE-3

  

Sl. No.

Classification Code

(As per Form-O)

Unit of Measurement

Minimum Rate

1.

Lst   -

Tonnes

Rs.40/Tonne

2.

Lsh

Tonnes

Rs.30/Tonne

3.

I.   Bst –1

Tonnes

Rs.50/Tonne

II.  Bst –2

Number of Stones/

Rs.1 size stone

III. Bst –3

Tonnes

Rs.30/Tonne

4.

OS

Tonnes

Rs.30/Tonne

5.

Pbl

Tonnes

Rs.50/Tonne

6.

Cly

Tonnes

Rs.20/Tonne

7.

Flr

Tonnes

Rs.250/Tonne

8.

I.   B (O)

Number of bricks

Rs.500/1000 Bricks               

II.  B (M)

Number of bricks

Rs.750

9.

Sh.St

Sq.Mt

Rs.300/10 Sq.mt

10.

Granites

    (1)

a)   BLG-1

Cu.Mt

Rs.  500/-Cu.Mt

b)   BLG-2

Cu.Mt

Rs.1,500/-Cu.Mt.

c)   BLG-3

Cu.Mt

Rs.3,000/-Cu.Mt.

d)   BLG-4(i)

Cu.Mt

Rs.6,000/-Cu.Mt.

e)   BLG-4(ii)

Cu.Mt

Rs.10,000/-Cu.mt

f)   BLG-5

Cu.Mt

Rs. 2,000/-Cu.Mt.

    (2)

a)   PNG –1

Cu.Mt

Rs.500/Cu.Mt

b)   PNG –2

Cu.Mt

Rs.1,500/-Cu.Mt

c)   PNG –3

Cu.Mt

Rs.2.000/-Cu.Mt

d)   PNG –4 (i)

Cu.Mt

Rs.5,000/-Cu.Mt

PNG -4 (ii)

Cu.Mt

Rs.10,000/-Cu.Mt

e)   PNG –5

Cu.Mt

Rs.2,000/-Cu.Mt

    (3)

a)   PGM -1

Cu.Mt

Rs.500/-Cu.Mt

b)   PGM -2 (i)

Cu.Mt

Rs.1,500/- Cu.Mt

PGM -2 (ii)

Cu.Mt.

Rs.2,500/-Cu.Mt

    (4)

a)   GRG - 1

Cu.Mt

Rs.300/-Cu.Mt

b)   GRG – 2

Cu.Mt

Rs.2,000/-Cu.Mt.

c)   GRG – 3

Cu.Mt

Rs.5,000/-Cu.Mt.

d)   WYG

Cu.Mt

Rs.1,500/ Cu.Mt

SCHEDULE-4

(see sub-rule (5) of Rule 51)

AUCTION SALE CONFIRMING AUTHORITIES

Notification No.CI 193 MMN 95 Dated 02.04.1996

Name of authorised Officer

Max.value of auction lot (Rs.)

Confirming authority

(1)  Geologist

Upto 1,00,000

Senior Geologist having

jurisdiction over the district.

2) Senior Geologist

(In the case where Senior Geologist is in charge of Dist he will conduct sale for less than Rs. 1,00,000 also)

Exceeding Rs. 1,00,000

Not Exceeding Rs. 3,00,000

Joint Director having

jurisdiction over the districts

(3) Joint Director

Exceeding Rs. 3,00,000

Not Exceeding Rs. 6,00,000

Additional Director

(4) Deputy Director(MA)

Exceeding Rs. 6,00,000

Not Exceeding Rs.10,00,000

-do- or any Deputy

Director in  duly

authorised by the

Director

(5) Additional Director

Exceeding Rs. 10,00,000

Not  Exceeding Rs.25,00,000

Director

(6) Director

Above Rs.25,00,000

Government

  

S C H E D U L E -5

(See Rule 52)

PENALTY  FOR NON-REMOVAL OF MINOR MINERAL AND/OR  

NON-PAYMENT OF

FINAL BID AMOUNT THEREBY CAUSING INCONVENIENCE.

Sl.No.

Category of Minor Mineral

Penalty Amount

1.

Non-specified minor mineral

Forfeiture of the earnest money paid as per Rule 51

2.

Specified minor minerals other than granites.

Forfeiture of the earnest money paid as per Rule 51 and black-listing the bidder

so that the bidder in his company/Firm cannot take part in future auctioning.

3.

Granites (all types mentioned in Form-O)

Forfeiture of the earnest money paid as per Rule 51, and black listing.


 

SCHEDULE – 6

Institution/Banks/Corporation

1. Scheduled Bank at defined in clause (e) of Section 2 of the Reserve    Bank of India Act, 1934 (2 of  1934).

 2 .A Bank specified in column 2 of the First schedule to the Banking Corporation (Acquisition and           Transfer of undertaking) Act, 1970 (5 of 1970).

3.A Finance Corporation owned and controlled by State Government.

4.A State Industrial Development Corporation.

5. Unit Trust of India.

6. Industrial Finance Corporation of India.

 7.State Trading Corporation of India.

 8.Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India.

 9.Life Insurance Corporation of India.

10. Industrial Development Bank of India.

11. Industrial Reconstruction Corporation of India Ltd., Calcutta.

12. State Industrial Corporation of Maharashtra..

13. General Insurance Corporation of India and its four subsidiaries, viz.,

(1) Oriental Insurance Co., New Delhi.

(2) New Delhi Assurance Co., Bombay.

(3) National Insurance Co., Calcutta and

(4) United Insurance Co., Madras.

14. The export and Import Bank of India.

15. The National. Bank of Agricultural and Rural Development.


 


 

 

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