Jamshedpur : The three-day corporate training programme on Mineral Characterisation and Beneficiation for executives of Mining Mineral Resources, Democratic Republic of Congo, organised by CSIR-National Metallurgical Laboratory (NML) kicked off today at NML.
IndranilChattoraj, director, CSIR-NML, Jamshedpur inaugurated the programme. A Mitra, chief scientist & head, RPBD, Ratnakar Singh, chief scientist, M.K. Mohanta, sr. principal scientist, SobhanaDey and other scientists were present during the inaugural function.
The delegates are from Mining Mineral Resources, Democratic Republic of Congo. The objective of this corporate training program will covers different aspects of characterization and beneficiation techniques, principles and advances.
In addition to class lectures there would be hands-on-training and demonstration in Laboratory and Pilot plant. The programme is aimed at apprise the participants on basics of mineral processing, challenges, and state-of-art approaches to improve upon beneficiation strategy and plant optimization.
Chattoraj welcomed the delegates who attended the inaugural programme. He mentioned about continuing the interaction on R&D in Mineral beneficiation.
Ratnakar Singh, chief scientist & head, Mineral Processing Division, CSIR-NML emphasised on the need of development of technology for processing of low-grade ores, qualified and trained manpower. He briefed about the training programme. During the inaugural session, delegates gave their self-introduction.