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Directorate General Of Mines Safety
- Protecting Miner’s Safety & Health Since 1901
Let us make the work place and environment in mines safe and secured for the miner who extract minerals for the making of a nation.
The Right to Information Act, 2005
The Right to Information Act, 2005
Section Subject
Section 4(a)-(i) Obligation of public Authorities
Section 4(b)-(i) Particulars of Organization, Functions and Duties
Section 4(b)-(ii) Powers and Duties of Officers
Section 4(b)-(iii) Procedure followed on decision making process
Section 4(b)-(iv)  
Section 4(b)-(v)  
Section 4(b)-(vi) Statement of categories of documents
Section 4(b)-(vii) Arrangements for consultation with, or representationby, members of public regarding policy
Section 4(b)-(viii) Statement of boards, council,committees
Section 4(b)-(ix) Directory of Officers
Section 4(b)-(x) The monthly remuneration received by employees
Section 4(b)-(xi) Budget
Section 4(b)-(xii) Manner of execution of subsidy programme
Section 4(b)-(xiii) Particulars of receipients of concessions, permits or authorisation granted by it
Section 4(b)-(xiv) Information available in an electronic form
Section 4(b)-(xv) Particulars of the facilities available to citizens for obtaining information
Section 4(b)-(xvi) Names, designations and other particulars of Public Information Officers
Section 4(b)-(xvii) Such other information as may be prescribed and thereafter update these publications every year
Manual 17 Procedure for making application
Manual 18 Right to Information (Regulationof Fee and Cost) Rules, 2005
Manual 19 Other useful information
Section 19 Appellate Authority
section 8 Exemption from disclosure of information