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  • Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Limited

    3Annual Report & Accounts 2011-12

  • Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Limited

    1Annual Report & Accounts 2011-12

    MANAGEMENT DURING 2011-12

    Shri Ashok Kumar Singh : Chairman-cum-Managing Director (From 01.01.2008)

    Functional Directors

    Shri Amal Kumar Debnath : Director (Technical) (From 01.08.2007)

    Shri Baidya Nath Basu : Director (Technical) (From 25.08.2011)

    Shri Dilip Kumar Ghosh : Director (Technical) (From 13.10.2011)

    Shri Rajesh Kumar Chopra : Director (Technical) (From 13.01.2012)

    Shri S. K. Mitra : Director (Technical) (From 01.09.2007 to 27.06.2011)

    Shri N. Khurana : Director (Technical) (From 22.06.2007 to 24.06.2011)

    Part-time Official Directors

    Shri Devulapalli Narasimha Prasad : Director, Ministry of Coal, (From 27.01.2010)

    Shri Nirmal Chandra Jha : Director (Technical) / Chairman, (Additional charge) Coal India Ltd. (From 02.03.2007 To 31.01.2012)

    Shri Nagendra Kumar : Director (Technical), Coal India Ltd. (From 29.02.2012)

    Independent Directors

    Prof. Vedala Rama Sastry : Director (From 24.12.2010)

    Shri Pramod Kumar Misra : Director (From 24.12.2010)

    Dr. Mukesh Khare : Director (From 24.12.2010)

    Prof. P. K. J. Mohapatra : Director (From 24.12.2010)

    Permanent Invitee

    Shri Sharad Ghodke : Director, Ministry of Coal, New Delhi

    Company Secretary :

    Shri P. Lazar : (From 01.04.2011)

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    Shri Ashok Kumar Singh Chairman-cum-Managing Director

    Shri A. K. Debnath Shri B.N. Basu Shri D.K. Ghosh Shri R. K. Chopra

    Shri N. Kumar Shri D.N. Prasad

    Prof. V.R. Sastry Prof. P.K.J. Mohapatra Dr. Mukesh Khare Shri Pramod Kumar Misra

    Board of Directors

  • Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Limited

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    MEMBERS OF THE BOARD AS ON 01.05.2012

    Functional Directors

    Shri Ashok Kumar Singh : Chairman-cum-Managing Director

    Shri Amal Kumar Debnath : Director (Technical)

    Shri Baidya Nath Basu : Director (Technical)

    Shri Dilip Kumar Ghosh : Director (Technical)

    Shri Rajesh Kumar Chopra : Director (Technical)

    Part-time Official Directors

    Shri Devulapalli Narasimha Prasad : Director, Ministry of Coal, New Delhi

    Shri Nagendra Kumar : Director (Technical), Coal India Ltd.

    Independent Directors

    Prof. Vedala Rama Sastry : Director

    Shri Pramod Kumar Misra : Director

    Dr. Mukesh Khare : Director

    Prof. P.K.J. Mohapatra : Director

    Permanent Invitee

    Shri Sharad Ghodke : Director, Ministry of Coal, New Delhi

    Company Secretary : Shri P. Lazar

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    BANKERS, AUDITORS AND REGISTERED OFFICE

    BANKERS

    State Bank of India,

    United Bank of India,

    Canara Bank

    Bank of Maharastra

    Union Bank of India,

    Central bank of India

    UCO Bank

    Syndicate Bank

    AUDITORS

    M/s TODI TULSYAN & Co.

    (ER0043)

    Chartered Accountants,

    602, LUV KUSH TOWER

    Exhibition Road,

    Patna – 800 001 (Bihar)

    REGISTERED OFFICE

    Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Limited,

    Gondwana Place, Kanke Road,

    Ranchi - 834 031

    Jharkhand, India

    Website: www.cmpdi.co.in

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    NOTICE FOR 37th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

    Ref. No. CS/AGM-37/2012/448 Dated: 14.05.2012

    Notice is hereby given to all the shareholders of Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Limited that the 37th Annual General Meeting of the Company will be held on 21.05.2012, the Monday at 10.30 A.M. at the Registered Office of the Company, Gondwana Place, Kanke Road, Ranchi to transact the following business:-

    ORDINARY BUSINESS:

    1. To receive, consider and adopt the Audited Balance Sheet as on 31st March 2012 and Profit & Loss Account for the year ended on that date along with the schedules attached thereto and the Reports of Statutory Auditor and Comptroller & Auditor General of India thereon with the replies given by the management.

    2. To receive and adopt the Report of the Board of Directors for the year 2011-12.

    3. (i) To appoint a Director in place of Sri N. Kumar, official part-time Director who retires in terms of Article 34 (1) (e) (iii) of the Articles of Association of the Company and is eligible for re-appointment.

    (ii) To appoint a Director in place of Sri D. N. Prasad, official part-time Director who retires in terms of Article 34(1)(e)(iii) of the Articles of Association of the Company and is eligible for re-appointment.

    By Order of the Board of Directors For Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Limited

    (P. Lazar) Company Secretary

    N.B. 1. A member entitled to attend and vote, is entitled to appoint a proxy to attend and vote instead of himself and the proxy need not be a member of the Company.

    2. Members are also requested to accord their consent for convening the meeting at a shorter notice pursuant to the provision of Section 171(2) (i) of the Company’s Act, 1956.

    3. Pursuant to Section 224(8) of the Companies act 1956, the members of the company in its 27th Annual General Meeting held on 26th September 2002 authorised the Board of Directors to fix the remuneration of Statutory Auditors appointed by Comptroller and Auditor General of India under Section 619(2) of the Companies act 1956.

    To All the Shareholders and Auditors of the Company and Chairman of the Audit Committee.

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    Dear Shareholders,

    I have great pleasure to extend a very warm welcome to all of you to the 37th Annual General Meeting of CMPDIL and present to you the Annual Report of your Company for the financial year 2011-12. The Report of Directors and the Audited Accounts of your Company for the period ended 31st March, 2012 together with Report of the Statutory Auditors and the report and review of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India have already been provided to all the shareholders of the Company.

    1. The growth Profile: Your company has been providing in-house consultancy services to CIL and its sub- sidiaries in the areas of coal exploration, mine planning & design, environment engi-

    neering, coal beneficiation & utilization, allied engineering services, field services, etc. Similar services are also being provided to other than CIL clients including clients from metal mining sectors. Additionally, CMPDI also renders services to MoPNG and Ministry of Coal pertaining to non-CIL blocks, CBM and Shale Gas etc.

    Over the years after formation of CMPDI, the level of expertise of its planners and engineers was raised through bilateral agreements with foreign institutions of advanced coal mining countries like Giproshakht of erstwhile USSR, Kopex of Poland and British Mining Consultants of the UK for carrying out joint planning exercises for large opencast and underground projects. In addition to increasing the level of expertise of CMPDI personnel, signifi- cant build up of infrastructural facilities was also undertaken by establishing computer and laboratory facilities. All of these measures ensured the company a unique position in the mineral and mining sector as a total solution provider. However, with the changes in the business environment worldwide, such bilateral arrangement lost sig- nificance and momentum in 1990s. Erosion of the company's strength in terms of expert manpower also started taking place in the 90s due to superannuation of individuals, transfer to other CIL subsidiaries and non-induction of young engineers. Moreover, changing business scenario and consequent changes in opportunities in the min- ing sector within the country and abroad fueled exodus of experts mainly after 2000. Although, introduction of ISO Standards and computerization to some extent, including use of design software, and addition of some equipment especially related to environmental facilities and coal characterization could be carried out, the company was fall- ing behind in overall upgradation of its services and facilities to a level of excellence.

    Capacity of drilling, one of the core activities of CMPDI, which enables projectisation of coal blocks for future pro- duction requirement, was hovering around 2 lakh meter per annum (2.02 lakh meter in 04-05 to 2.09 lakh meter in 07-08) and turn-over was also around ` 150- 200 crores (`151 crore in 2004-05 and ` 196 crore in 2007-08). This non-sustenance of advancement in respect of level of expertise, upgradation of technical facilities and sup- port services and reaching a plateau in respect of the services being rendered by the company to the coal industry was necessitated to be thwarted and the distinctiveness of the company was requird to be kept preserved for the interest of the coal sector as a whole in foreseeable future as CMPDI had been the heral

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