QUALIFICATION

QUALIFICATION

SUBJECT

Degree in Mining Engineering OR Equivalent with Second Class Manager’s (Unrestricted) Certificate and Gas Testing Certificate

One Paper (01) (L)

Diploma in Mining Engineering or Equivalent with Second Class Manager’s (Unrestricted) Certificate passed with one paper and Gas Testing Certificate

Three Papers (03) (L,W,V)

Diploma in Mining Engineering or Equivalent with Second Class Manager (Unrestricted) Certificate Passed with Five papers and Gas Testing Certificate

Two Papers (02) (L,W)

Intermediate or Other Equivalent with Second Class Manager (Unrestricted) Certificate passed with Five Papers and Gas Testing Certificate

Three Papers (03) (L,W,V)

Intermediate or Equivalent with Foreman or Mate (Unrestricted) Certificate and Gas Testing Certificate

Five Papers (05) (L,W,V,M,S)

INSTRUCTIONS

  • NAME- Name in the registration form should be same as in the SSC/MATRICULATION/10th CLASS CERTIFICATE.
  • GENDER- Mark the appropriate gender as per your category.
  • DATE OF BIRTH- Select the Date of Birth as per the government documents.
  • ADDRESS- Write the correct and complete postal mailing address with appropriate PINCODE.
  • E-MAIL and MOBILE NO.- Write the correct and active e-mail id and mobile no. During registration, OTP will be sent on you registered e-mail and mobile number.
  • PHOTO and SIGNATURE UPLOAD- Make sure you read the instructions properly and follow the correct size and format to update the photos and signature.
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENT- Remember to save the pdf copy of acknowledgement for future purpose.
  • DOCUMENTS- Aspirants are advised to keep the scanned copy of photograph (size: 200kb) and signature (size: 200kb) before starting the registration process.
  • PAYMENT- Make sure to read instructions properly before making the payment.

SYLLABUS

Winning and Working

Geology: - Characteristics and classification of mineral deposits; application of geology to mining; geological structures; folds, faults, fractures, fissures etc., methods of exploration and delineation of the ore bodies; boring through disturbed strata; bore hole survey; sampling; estimation of cut-off grade and ore reserve; losses of mineral in mining; net smelter return (NSR) to mill and mine; mine valuation; quality control, interpretation of geological maps.

Opening of mineral deposits; Legal requirement about outlets; siting; vertical and inclined shaft; adits; declines; shaft sinking and deepening; methods of sinking; mechanized sinking; in ordinary and water logged grounds, in running sand etc.; freezing, cementation and other special methods; shaft supports, temporary and permanent, tubing’s etc., recent developments.

Developments and layout of mines including surface and underground arrangements; layout and development of shaft-top and pit-bottom and haulage arrangements.

Underground Mining Methods; Choice of methods of developments and stopping and factors affecting the same; statutory provisions.

Primary and secondary Development; Choice of level interval and back/block length; main haulage drifts and tunnels; high speed drifting; excavation and equipping of grizzly (conventional and mechanized), ore/waste bin, main ore-pass system, underground crushing, loading and hoisting stations, underground service chambers, sump and other subsidiary excavations.

Cross-cut and drifts; raises and winzes; ground breaking; mucking; ventilation and support; extension of track and other services; modern drilling and loading equipment; Alimark and Jora-lift raising, long-hole and vertical crater retreat (VCR) raising; Raise boring systems; mechanized winzing.

Stopping: - Classification, selection of stopping methods and applicability; slope layouts, stope preparation and production operation ground breaking, mucking, ventilation, supports, haulage and dumping; stopping of narrow and wide ore bodies; mining of parallel veins; open, supported, filled and caving methods; combined systems and special methods; underhand, overhand, breast, long-hole and raise, reusing, room & pillar, sublevel, large diameter blast hole (DTH), cascade, shrinkage, vertical crater retreat, horizontal cut and fill, square set, top slicing, sub-level caving, block caving methods, combined open room, shrinkage and cut-fill and subsequent filling systems; hydraulic, thermal, hydro chemical, bio chemical and nuclear device mining system; design and construction of draw points; mechanics of draw and draw control procedure; recovery and dilution; problems of deep mining and the remedial measure; design and layout of stopes in rock burst prone mines, mining sequence and rationale.

Opencast Mining: - Opening of deposits and preparation for excavation; box cut, types; selection of site; formation of production benches; ripping; types of rippers; concept of rip ability and cycle of operation; drilling; blast hole drills; performance parameters; requirement of number of drills; blasting; blast design; factors influencing blast design; deep hold blasting; calculation of charge per hole; ground vibration; secondary blasting and problems of blasting side casting; environment friendly non-blasting techniques; safety aspects.

Discontinuous/cyclic methods of excavation and transport; shovel dumper operation; applicability of electric shovel and hydraulic excavators; cycle time and productivity calculation; estimation of equipment fleet; dragline operation; side casting; side cast diagram; calculation of reach; cycle time; productivity calculation; bucket capacity requirement; scrappers; types; methods of work; push pull operation etc., bucket wheel excavator; operational methods (lateral block, half block and full block etc.,) productivity calculation; continuous surface miner; operational methods (wide/full base methods, wide/full bench, block mining, stepped cut, empty travel back, turn back and continuous mining methods); conveyors; shift able and high angle conveyors; mode of operation etc. , OITDS (operator independent truck dispatch system); in-pit crushing and strip-mining; safety aspect.

Application of concepts of Rock Mechanics for designing the methods of mining and strata control; Theories of ground movement and strata control; stress, strain, uniaxial and tri-axial strength, Poisson‟s Ratio, Young‟s Modulus, convergence, elasticity, lithostatic and hydrostatic pressure; rock mass classification, strength of pillars (crown/rib/sill/post) and shaft pillar; protection of surface structures; design and stability of structures in rock; design of support and reinforcement for underground excavations support resistance, yielding and non-yielding supports, dynamic and static loading, measuring instruments, consolidated and unconsolidated fills, rock bolts, cable bolts, latest developments in mine supports, economics of support design, cost benefit analysis subsidence; caving of rock mass; problems of deep mining; rock burst; monitoring of rock mass performance; mechanics of rock fragmentation; slope stability and dump stability; dump management; roof management.

Use and safe handling of explosives; blasting techniques and their relative efficiency; total cost concept.

Application of numerical modelling in mine design application of computers in mine design and operational controls.

EXAMINATION SCHEDULE FOR MAGAGER'S COMPETENCY EXAMITATION (CBT)-2020

DAY

SESSION

Exam & Subject

19.02.2021

FN

FMR-L

 

SMU-L

 

FCR-W

 

SCU-W

 

AN

FMR-M

 

SMU-M

 

FCR-L

 

SCU-L

20.02.2021

FN

FMR-W

 

SMU-W

 

FCU-L

 

SCR-L

 

AN

FMR-S

 

SMU-S

 

FCU-W

 

SCR-W

21.02.2021

FN

FMU-L

 

SMR-L

 

FCU-V

 

SCR-S

 

AN

FMU-W

 

SMR-W

 

SCU-M

 

SMU-V

22.02.2021

FN

FMU-M

 

SMR-M

 

FCU-S (OLD)

 

SCU-S

 

AN

FMU-S

 

SMR-S

 

FCU-M(OLD)

 

SCR-M

23.02.2021

FN

FMU-V

 

SCU-V

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