The government today approved the restructuring of Indian Bureau of Mines to reform the mineral sector regulation.
The restructuring would enable the adoption of IT and space technology by the bureau to improve its effectiveness in mineral regulation and development, the mines ministry said in a statement.
It said the Union Cabinet has approved “the restructuring of the Indian Bureau of Mines (IBM) by upgradation, creation and abolition of certain posts of Joint Secretary-level and above”. Read More
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