The government has identified some key focus areas in the mining sector to increase the domestic output of minerals and enhance operational efficiency. These priority actions include up scaling mineral exploration, deploying advanced technologies for efficient mining, introducing structural reforms in auctions, and increasing private sector participation. As the country plans to open up after the Covid-19 induced lockdown, mining is expected to be one of the key sectors that can help improve the economy and provide employment opportunities. In view of this, Indian Infrastructure magazine is conducting a series of three webinars on the Future of Mining Sector in India.
CII organises India's Largest and Focussed Mining Exhibition for the last 36 years in Kolkata, India. The 15th edition of IMME 2020 will be held on CII Virtual platform and will attract participation from both national and international exhibitors. IMME 2020 is scheduled to be between 2nd December 2020 to 1st February 2021, and the event is supported by Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.
The Global Mining Virtual Summit will commence from 2nd December 2020 to 4th December 2020. The theme for this year's Global Mining Summit 2020 is "Revitalizing Natural Resources to Achieve 5 Trillion economy". Major players from the mining, coal, iron ore and other mineral sectors globally, and within India, will use this forum for the exchange of views & ideas and explore business partnerships.
The Virtual Exhibition Platform will have features to view products & services, video demonstration, information brochures (download), product technical specifications, online chat / video interface between exhibitors & visitors which include enquiry drop box, SMS / Email Enquiry, Insta Chat, and Visitor Analysis with Contact Details.