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Welfare

The  Welfare Department at Bharat Coking Coal Ltd., has since inception been administering, monitoring and involved in the various activities related to the welfare of its employees.

These include :

 

a)         Education facilities to the wards of employees

b)         Sports and recreation activities for the employees

c)         Payment of scholarships to employees’ wards

d)         Administration of BCCL Employees Benevolent Fund Society

e)         Administration of BCCL Relief Fund Society

f)          Reimbursement of tuition fees to the wards of employees studying in recognized technical/medical institutes as per CIL scheme

g)         BCCL Welfare Board

 

The Welfare team of BCCL :

 

11.Sibarata MondalAsstt.Sports.Supr.Sports

Sl. Name Designation Section CUG  No.
1. S Kudadah General Manager(Personnel) Welfare 9470595470
2. NR Chatterjee Manager(Personnel) Welfare 9470597487
3. T. Tahanga Asst. Manager(Sectl) Welfare 9470595476
4. Ms Sangeeta Deka Asst. Manager (Personnel) Welfare 9470599771
5. BC Ghatak OS Welfare
6. Ashok Rajak Sr. PA(OL) Welfare
7. BD Ghosal Accts Asst. Ben. Fund
8. Rana  P Singh Asstt. Sports Sports
9. Sulay Bhattacharjee Sr. DEO Ben. Fund
10. Amarjeet Kumar Clerk Welfare
11. Sibarata Mondal Asstt.Sports.Supr. Ben. Fund
12. Smt. Kukali Mondal Gen. Maz. Ben. Fund
13. Amit Kumar Gen. Maz. Ben. Fund
14. Jethu Rewani Peon Welfare
15. Ms. Priya Verma Gen. Maz. Welfare Desk
16. Vijay Bansfore Gen. Maz. Welfare Desk
17. Mrs Sarita Patnaik Gen. Maz. Welfare Desk

 

 

Education:

 

The principle of extension of educational facilities provided to the children of Coal Mines workers, was mooted in the National Coal Wage Agreement-II, which was signed on 11-08-1979. It was agreed that educational facilities to be provided to the children of Coal Mines workers would be discussed in the Joint Bi-Partite Committee on Coal Industry (JBCCI).

 

In the 3rd JBCCI agreement, i.e. NCWA-III effective from 1-1-1983, in Chapter- 8 of Housing, Water Supply, Medical & Educational Facilities, vide Clause No. 8.8 of Educational Facilities, it was agreed to extend educational facilities to the children of Coal Mines workers, as incorporated below:

 

8.8   Educational Facilities:

 

8.8.1    The pattern of educational institutions in the Coal Industry would be as indicated below:

 

i)              Primary School – In Coal Mine/Colliery/Colony

ii)             Middle/Jr.High School – in big colliery or group of collieries

iii)            High School/Higher Secondary School: At Area

 

The above pattern may, however, be modified according to the needs of each Company/Area.

 

8.8.2    In order that educational facilities are made available to the children of coal mines employees, the managements of Coal Companies will construct about 100 school buildings of different standards – some in replacement and some new during the four year period of the Agreement. Required furniture will also be provided to the schools.

 

8.8.3    The existing recurring grants to private committee managed schools in the coalfield will be enhanced so as to enable the schools to be run better including the payment of higher salaries to the teachers. Coal India will provide additional grant of Rupees two crores per annum (excluding capital expenditure) for its subsidiary companies which will be administered by a company-wise joint bipartite committee. Where workers come forward with their own contribution for the running of educational institutions, matching grants will be given by the Coal Companies.

 

            On the basis of this agreement, practice of providing grants in aid to private committee managed schools has been continuing and is also incorporated in Clause 10.6.0 of NCWA-IX:

10.6.0              Educational Facilities and Workers Education:

 

10.6.1              (a)        The existing practice of grant-in-aid to the Private Committee Managed Schools will continue. The Welfare Board of the Subsidiary Company will regulate payment of such grants/evolve norms for such payments.

 

(b) Where the workers come forward with their own contribution for the running of educational institutions, matching grants will be given by the Coal Companies.

 

10.6.2              As announced by the Hon’ble Minister of State for Coal during Coal India Foundation Day celebration on 1-11-2008, the cost of education i.e. tuition fees and hostel charges of sons/daughters of employees who secure admission in select Engineering Colleges and Govt. Medical Colleges, shall be borne by the Company at actuals. The select Engineering Colleges shall be those which are visited by Coal India Ltd. for campus placement.

 

Provision has been enshrined in the NCWA agreements and Schools to be provided with grants and matching grants which are running in the Colliery premises of BCCL, where children of employees are availing educational facilities at various levels i.e. primary, middle and secondary, the said provision is for employees’ benefit.

 

The rate of financial assistance/grant-in-aids is being released n terms of criteria/guidelines and Circulars/Office Memorandums issued by Coal India Ltd. from time to time resting with Office Memorandum No. CIL/C-5C/55131(A)(Comm.Pettn.)/56 dt. 23/24-6-2011 issued by CGM(Welfare), CIL.

 

The budget allocation for the above, are being made from the Welfare Fund.

 

 

The following Institutions in different Areas of the Company are functioning under MOU with BCCL. Such Schools are affiliated with CBSE and are of two categories:-

 

  1. Project Schools
  2. Semi-Project Schools

 

BCCL provides financial assistance/infrastructural facilities to 11 (eleven) No. of Project/ Semi-Project Schools running under agreement with BCCL. In addition, company is also providing financial assistance to 80 (eighty) Nos. of Private Committee Managed Schools functioning in & around its command area and accordingly, BCCL releases financial assistance of Rs.1.00 crore each year to the Project Schools and another Rs.1.75 crore to the Private Committee Managed Schools.

 

  1. A.        PROJECT SCHOOLS:

 

S.No Name Area F/A p.a. () No.of students*
1 DAV Public School Kusunda

7,50,000.00

2506

2 DAV Public School Alkusa

17,50,000.00

2157

3 DAV Public School Lodna

9,50,000.00

3444

4 DAV Public School Moonidih

15,50,000.00

2768

5 DAV Public School Dugda

11,23,158.00

1658

6 DAV Public School Koyla Nagar

20,36,420.00

5262

7 Saraswati Vidya Mandir Bhuli

10,57,826.00

1530

8 Saraswati Vidya Mandir Govindpur

7,82,596.00

1980

       Total

1,00,00,000.00

21,305

*  As per information provided by the said Schools

 

  1. B.        SEMI-PROJECT SCHOOLS:

 

S.No. Name Area F/A p.a. () No.of students*
1 DAV Public School Barora

2152

2 DAV Public School Mohuda

1573

3 Delhi Public School Dhanbad

2,40,000.00

3465

  

Total

7190

 

PRIVATE COMMITTEE MANAGED SCHOOLS:

 

Other than the aforesaid Project/Semi Project Schools, 80 numbers of Private Committee Managed Schools including 04 consolidated Schools, are functioning in the BCCL command area which are getting financial assistance on the recommendation of Welfare Sub-Committee on Education, the details of which are as under:

2014-15

 

S.No. School Type No. of Schools Students No. of Teachers
1 Primary Schools

53

4538

154

2 Middle Schools

17

2276

75

3 High Schools

10

2513

53

            Total

80

9327

282

 

 

Infrastructural developments in peripheral villages for educational facilities:

 

BCCL as a part of its welfare activities have given considerable emphasis on development of infrastructure in form of Building/room construction, Halls construction, providing Desks & Benches, Computers etc. and Lavatories in the existing Schools.

 

BCCL have adopted two students from weaker section of the society who happen to be the first & second toppers of Matriculation exams of Jharkhand State Board. Both students have been admitted in the Project School of BCCL at Koyla Nagar for pursuing Class-XI &XII studies and they are being extended full financial support.

 

 

Sports & Recreation:

 

Sports & Games have been an integral part of the Company to provide avenues for recreation as well as develop physical fitness among employees at all levels. Earlier, Sports & Games and activities was also being encouraged by the ex. Coal Mines Labour Welfare Organization for the benefit of miners.

 

On the takeover of the ex.CMLWO by the respective Subsidiary companies, the condition for promotion of sports and games was continued with its incorporation in the NCWA-IV which is quoted as under:-

 

NCWA-IV:

8.10.0  Other Welfare Activities:

 

8.10.1  Various activities undertaken by the erstwhile Coal Mines Labour Welfare Organization, such as, Preventive Health Care, Family Welfare, MPI, Games & Sports, Cultural Programmes, Adult education will be further activated and strengthened by the Coal Companies so as to improve the quality of life.

 

 

The above provision is still in operation in the current Wage Agreement i.e. NCWA-IX but re-numbered as Clause 10.8.0.

It may not be out of place to mention that PSUs and Corporate organizations pursue sports activities for the overall development of its employees.

 

Presently sports activities are organized based on the calendar of activities issued by CIL, which includes the following events:

 

  1. Chess and Bridge
  2. Table Tennis
  3. Badminton
  4. Kabaddi
  5. Volleyball
  6. Football
  7. Zonal Sports of different Zone (Area)
  8. Cricket
  9. Central Sports
  10. Hockey
  11. Inter Area Cultural competition

 

These events are organized by each Subsidiary, which prepares its own calendar of events.

 

The employees are encouraged to participate in good numbers in each of the events and those who qualify, represent BCCL in the CIL meet for the event organized by different Subsidiaries including BCCL.

 

Recently the CIL has been pleased to announce the approval of its Sports Policy, the details of which are awaited.

 

In the meantime, the Subsidiary Companies have been advised through Office Order Dt. 02-01-2014 issued by GM(Welfare), CIL for contribution of Re.0.25 per tonne of coal produced in the previous year towards the corpus of Coal India Sports Promotion Association (CISPA) for executing and conducting activities  related to Sports recreation & culture of CIL and its subsidiaries.

 

Similarly, cultural events are also organized from time to time and participation of employees in Inter subsidiary cultural events also takes place. Cultural programmes are organized regularly in which employees and their wards take part. Coal India Foundation Day is also observed on 1st November every year in which all Areas take part in awards function, cultural programmes, workshops, stalls, prabhat feri, inter-religion prayers, etc. These events while maintaining the cultural heritage of the country encourage employees and their wards/families to be a part of the company’s growth. Cultural events are also organized on the last day of each month in honour of retiring employees, which is held centrally at Koyla Nagar Community Hall. The programmes are hosted by a different Areas/HQ each month.

 

The following Sports events were organized in BCCL during the year 2014-15 as per the

Sports & Culture Calendar :

 

S.No. Event Area
1. Chess & Bridge Lodna
2. Table Tennis Nehru Complex
3. Badminton -do-
4. Kabaddi Katras
5. Volleyball Sudamdih, EJ Area
6. Football Sijua Football Stadium
7. Cricket Lodna : Jealgora Stadium
8. Zonal Sports Zone-1 to VI B/Block-II/Lodna/W.Dvn./Sijua/C.V.
9. Hockey Koyla Nagar : DAV School Ground
10. Central Sports Lodna : Jealgora Stadium
11. Inter-AreaCultural  Prog. Bastacolla

 

Out Standing achievers in Sports in BCCL:

 

Sl. No. Name Designation Event/Game Position Year
1. Bandhan Toppo Data Entry Operator 5000 M & 10,000 M, National First 1981-82
2. Rekha Chakraborty Sports Organizer 100 M & 200 M National Champion 1988
3. SN Gupta Foreman a) Pole Vaultb) Veteran’s Meet Silver MedalGold Medal 20062007
4. Sandip Ganguly Sr.Mgr.(Sports) .Badminton

a) Represented India at England, Germany, Denmark & France.

b) Nat. Jr. Champion

c) 10 years unbeaten Bihar Champion.

d) All India Public sector Champion

1973-74

 

 

 

1973

 

!977-87

 

 

1985,1988

5. Sanwar Hussain Assisstant Football

a) Represented  Bihar & Jharkhand

1986-87
6. Md. Murtaza Sports Organizer Football

a) Represented  Bihar & Jharkhand

1995-96
7. Gulam Kibria Mgr.(Sports) Athletics

a) 5th Asian Track & Field Meet, Kuwait

b) 1st SAF Games, Kathmandu, Silver Medal- Relay

c) 6th asian Track & Field Meet, Jakarta

d) 10th Asian Games, Seuol, Relay

e) 3rd SAF Games, Kolkata

 

 

1984

 

 

 

 

1985

 

 

1986

 

 

1987

8. Rajat Haldar

Sr. Sports Organizer

Archery

a) State Champion, (Sr.)Bengal

b) State Runner Up

c) National Champion

d) National Runner Up

e) Bengal State Captain

f) 10th Asian Games, Seuol

g) 5th Asia Cup

1985,86,88,90,91,93

 

1987,89,92

 

1986,1988

 

1987,90,92

 

1985,93

 

1986

 

Bronze

 

Milestones in Sports & Cultural Activities 2014 – 15

  1. With the assistance extended by BCCL Ranji Trophy Cricket was organized at BCCL’s Jealgora Stadium by DCA from 12th to 15th Dec. 2014. Matches:  a) Jharkhand Vs. Tripura, b) Jharkhand Vs. Kerala.

 

  1. Financial assistance provided to various Sports & Athletics organizations of Dhanbad.

 

  1. Coaching camps in cricket for youngsters organized at BCCL Jealgora  Stadium by Sri BH Khan, Sports Supervisor, Lodna Area.

 

  1. Sports for the differently-abled children was organized on the occasion of CIL Foundation Day on 1st Nov., 2014.

 

  1. The Jharkhand State Handicapped team participated in the East Zone Handicap Cricket Tournament at Guwahati, Assam in June, 2014 and was adjudged winner. Sri Govind Kr. Singh, Ward Boy, Central Hospital, Dhanbad, captained the team.

 

  1. With assistance extended by BCCL, the Dhanbad District Atheletic Meet was organized at Koyla Nagar, on 18th Sept., 2014 by Sri Bandhan Toppo, DEO, BCCL, Coach and also Secretary of DDAA.

 

  1. Infrastructural and financial help extended to Ambedkar School of Martial Arts, Jagjivan Nagar, which is providing training in martial arts to local children and is being run by sons of ex- employees, who have figured continuously in the Limca Book of Records.

 

  1. Summer athletic coaching camps for budding athletes for employees’ children as well as children from surrounding villages was conducted under the supervision of Sri Bandhan Toppo, DEO, BCCL, at DAV School ground, Koyla Nagar.

 

  1. BCCL sponsored the coaching camp organized by the Dhanbad District Table Tennis Association in August,2014 at Nehru Complex, Koyla Nagar, conducted by International Korean player.

 

  1. Cricket Coaching Camp organized by Dhanbad District Cricket Assocn., was held at Jealgora Stadium with the help of BCCL.

 

11. Football tournament was organized on the occasion of CIL Foundation Day, 2014 at DAV School ground, Koyla Nagar, for the footballers from 10 nearby villages.

  1. Football and Cricket  Tournaments were organized on the occasion of Independence Day, 2014 and Republic Day, 2015 between Management and members of the BCCL CCC, Welfare and Safety Board members at Sijua and Jealgora Stadiums respectively.

 

 

BCCL Employees Benevolent Fund Society

 

The Bharat Coking Coal Ltd., Employees Benevolent Fund Society was formed in the year 1977, soon after the Chasnala Mine disaster of IISCO to provide financial assistance to BCCL employees and their dependants.

Initially it was started with a corpus formed with the contribution of Re. I.00 per month per employee, which has gradually increased over the years to the present Rs. 10.00 per month.

Objectives:

  1. Financial assistance of Rs.20,000.00 to the dependant of member employee in case of death
  2. Grant scholarships to meritorious students (employees wards) pursuing academic and technical education.
  3. Financial assistance to the members of the society in case of long sickness.
  4. Honorarium of Rs.1000.00 to an employee on retirement.

 

Members of Board of Governors of BCCL Employees Benevolent Fund Society :

 

 

Management

 

 

Union

Sl. Name/designation Post Sl. Name Designation Union
1. Director(Personnel) President 1. S/Sri Ajablal Sharma Reg. Pres. RCMS
2. General Manager(P&IR) Member 2. NK Sharma Secy. RCom RCMS
3. Dy.Gen.Mgr. (Welfare) Member 3. Chandan Singh Area Secy. RCMS
4. Dy.Gen.Mgr. (P)/NEE Secretary 4. KD Pandey Secy. Cent. JMS
5. Chief Mgr.(Fin.)/C&B Treasurer 5. MN Upadhyay Vice Pres. UCWU
6. Dy.Mgr.(P)/Welfare Member 6. AK Dubey Member DCKS
7. Mohan Beldar Asst. Secy. BCMU
8. SS Dey Secy. Cent. KIMP
9. PK Sarkar CITU

 

Area-wise Payment Statement of Scholarship, Financial Assistance (in case of death), Honorarium & Long Sickness for the Financial Year 2014-15 :

 

Name of the Area

Scholarship

Financial Assistance

Honorarium

Long Sickness

No. of heads Amt. () No. of heads Amt. ()  No. of heads Amt.() No. of heads Amt.()
Head Quarters

381

5,76,400

9

1,60,000

7

7,000

1

6,056

Washery Divn.

17

23,800

Mines Res.Stn.

16

25,800

Chanch Victoria

35

39,800

4

80,000

Barora

101

1,11,000

Govindpur

31

41,600

94

14,20,000

Block-II

72

1,03,600

1

64,502

Sijua

64

99,200

Katras

84

1,28,600

Kusunda

118

1,51,800

62

12,00,000

Pootki Balihari

125

1,59,600

Bastacolla

108

1,35,200

Lodna

108

1,49,400

1

83,174

Eastn. W Zone

16

24,000

Westn.W Zone

53

71,400

Western Jharia

123

1,61,200

10

2,00,000

2

1,29,484

Eastern Jharia

59

1,03,200

100000

Total

1511

21,05,600

179

30,70,000

7

7,000

1

2,83,484

 

 

 

BCCL Employees Relief Fund Society

 

The BCCL Employees Relief Fund Society was set up in the year 1989 with the objective of providing financial assistance through a fund created from a corpus out of contributions of employees @ Rs.2.00 per month per employee for the following:

 

1)            For unforeseen natural disasters such as floods, drought, storms, earthquakes, mine disasters etc., affecting employees or their dependents and people at large.

2)            Providing welfare facilities for the overall development of employees.

3)            Carry out such other activities keeping in view the above objectives and provide financial assistance as per the decisions of the governing body for affected people in other regions.

4)            Contribute to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund and Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.

5)            To keep the environment pollution free specially air and water and encourage tree plantation. To establish centres in the villages to bring awareness and spread messages about health benefits and raise the standards of health. To bring awareness about education and establish educational institutes. To arrange for middle and higher education for children in village/rural areas. To establish Adult Education Centres for employed males and females.

6)            To spread awareness regarding different diseases and their prevention and arrange for first aid. To arrange for primary health care for mothers and children.

 

 

Members of the Governing Body of BCCL Employees Relief Fund Society

 

Management

 

 

Union

Sl Name/Designation Post Sl. Name Designation Union
1. Director(Personnel President 1. S/Shri KK Karn Zonal President UCWU
2. General Manager(P&IR) Member 2. KD Pandey Secy. Central JMS
3. General Manager(S&R) Member 3. Madhav Singh Vice President DCKS
4. Dy.Gen.Mgr.(Welfare) Member 4. DS Shukla Ex.Gen. Secy. CITU
5. Dy.Gen.Mgr.(P)/NEE Hon. Secy. 5. KB Singh Jt. Gen.Secy. RCMS
6. Chief Manager(F)/Pay Treasurer 6. Mithilesh Kr. Singh Area Secretary RCMS
7. Dy. Mgr.(P)/Welfare Member 7. Amarendra Choudhary RCMS
8. Umesh Kr. Singh Org. Secy. KIMP
9. Mohan Beldar Asst. Secy. BCMU

 

 

 

Reimbursement of cost of tuition fees and hostel charges to the ward/children of employees pursuing studies in Govt. recognized Technical & Medical colleges in India.

 

Pursuant to the OM No. CIL/C-5C/56166/633 dated 5.1.2009, subsequent Notice No.CIL/C-5C/55166/663 Dt. 5.1.2009, office orders No. CIL/C-5C/55121/811 dated 4.6.2009, 837 dated 24.6.2009 and 921 dated 10.10.2009, BCCL has been disbursing financial assistance towards the cost of tuition fees and hostel charges for technical and medical education of the wards/children of Wage Board employees.

 

The details thereof and proforma can be down loaded from the link below at Coal India website:

https://www.coalindia.in/DesktopModules/DocumentList/documents/highereducation-040609.pdf

 

 

 

Details of reimbursements made during the year 2014-15:

 

Sl. Course

No. of Heads

Amount ( )

1. Engineering

50

19,08.765.00

2. Medical

06

88,960.00

Total

56

19.97,725.00

 

 

Scholarships

 

Employees can apply for award of scholarships to their wards for each academic session for (a) Merit Scholarship and (b) General Scholarship.

 

a)    Merit Scholarship

 

i)              Merit Scholarship is given to candidates obtaining ranks between 1st to 20th in Madhyamik/HS or any State Board Examination.

 

ii)             Students of ICSE/CBSE/ISC(Class X or XII) securing 95% or above, where Merit list is not declared subject to a maximum four and half years or such period of completion of study, whichever is less.

Revised rates applicable issued by CIL vide  Letter No. CIL/C-5C/55121/194 dt.08.10.2013

 

Rates:

 

Sl. Courses

Rates ( )

a) Studying (XI & XII) after Class X

300.00

b) Studying General Course – BA/B Sc. & B Com. Etc.(after Class – XII)

350.00

c)

Studying  Engg./Medical/Applied Sciences/Professional  & technology including Management, Computer Sc., Accounting, Co. Secrataryship after Class-XII

700.00

 

b)    General Scholarship

Admissible to students studying Class V onwards upto Graduation/Post-graduation level in any discipline at rates applicable as under:

 

 Sl. No.

Class/Standard

Min.% marks to be obtained in last Annual Exam

Rate()

(i) Class V to VIII

80%

 60.00

(ii) Class IX & X

75%

 75.00

(iii) Class XI & XII

70%

100.00

(iv) Graduation in General Stream & Post Graduation like BA, BSc.,B Com.,MA, M Sc., M Com., MBA, CA, ICWA, Co. Secretary affiliated to a Govt. recognized Univ./Instt.(after Class-XII)

60%

(or in Hons. Group)

250.00

(v)

(a)

 

 

 

Technical Education: 

Industrial Technical Certificate Course from ITI recognized by State/Central Govt Class – X

 

75%

125.00

(b) Polytechnic e.g. Dip. Engineering Course (after X and studying in Govt. recognized Institute)

75%

150.00

(c) Degree Course in Engg., Medical Colleges affiliated to a Govt. recognized Univ.(after Class XII)

70%

400.00

(subject to securing 60% in all subsequent Semesters)

 

 

Coal India Scholarship released for the year 2014-15

 

 

Sl. Group No. of applicants Rate  per annum Amount ( )
1.  Group – 1

 18

@    720.00

12,960.00

2. Group –  2

 19

@    900.00

17,100.00

3. Group  – 3 Merit –    08Gen. –    22 @  3600.00@  1200.00

28,800.00

26,400.00

4. Group  – 4

17

@  3000.00

51,000.00

5. Group  – 5

@  1500.00

6. Group  – 6

@  1800.00

7. Group  – 7

55

@  4800.00

2,64,000.00

Total

139

 

4,00,260.00

 

 

 

 

Housing Facilities

 

In BCCL the Housing facilities for the employees have been reorganized into 42 colonies in non-coal bearing areas. Ultimately all employees presently housed in coal bearing areas will be shifted in these 42 colonies. To achieve the above, new quarters are under construction at various sites in the above identified colonies in non-coal bearing land as per the master plan. In addition to the quarters already available new quarters are under construction to rehabilitate employees presently housed in coal bearing areas.

 

Details of Quarters

 

Sl. No.

Type

Nos.

Remarks

1. Standard Quarters

52419

2. Non Standard Quarters

26017

3. Total No. of Quarters

78436

4. No. of Quarters in Non-Coal Bearing Area

27849

5. No. of Qrs. constructed in 2014-15

1152

Under Master Plan
6. No. of Qrs. Under Construction under MP

4080

Miners Qrs.

4020

Miners Qrs.

4008

Miners Qrs.

2248

Type B,C & D Qrs.

Total

15508

7.  6 Nos.MT Hostels each with a capacity of 50

300

 

With the construction of the above quarters a sizable number of employees will be rehabilitated in new houses and in fire free and subsidence free zones with better quality of life.

 

Water Supply

 

Regular supply of water to its employees through filter plants as well as through  Pressure Filters:

 

Sl. No. Particulars

Nos.

1. No. of Pressure Filters Installed, commissioned & running

28

2. No. of Pressure Filters under installation

32

 

 

Besides, BCCL has under  the CSR Scheme laid out a pipeline network of approx. 45 kms through which 47 million gallon surplus mine water, from Barora, Block II and Govindpur Areas, which was previously being discharged into natural water courses have been stored in two water reservoirs of 16 and 31 MG respectively Berakudar and Khonati villages. This has benefitted the villagers in cultivation, drinking and other purposes as well as in future for pisiculture, etc.

 

Mine water is also being provided as raw feed to 7 water supply schemes run by Dhanbad Water Supply Div. providing water to the community at large.

 

Water supply facilities have been extended to 109 peripheral villages through water tankers. 800 hand pumps and 125 wells have also been installed and dug.

 

 

 

 

Medical Facilities

 

Sl.No. Particulars Information
1 Nos. Of Company’s Hospitals 14
2 Nos. of Company’s Dispensaries 85
3 List of Company’s Hospital for Referral Cases Central Hospital Dhanbad
4 List of  Hospitals A) Central Hospital-  01B) R/Hospitals-  07: 1. Baghmara, 2. Katras

3. Loyabad, 4. Kustore, 5. Tisra, 6. Jealgora, 7. Bhuli

C) Area Hospitals- 06: 1.Dugda Hospital, 2.Moonidih Hospital, 3.Bhojudih Hospital, 4.Bhowra Hospital

5.Sudamdih Hospital, 6.Koyla Nagar Hospital

5 Numbers of Beds 1310
6 a)Numbers of Ambulancesb)Types of Ambulances

c) No. of Mobile Medical Van

80Company’s-23        Hired-57

13

7 Nos. of Paramedical Staff 622
8 Numbers of Doctors in BCCL 179GDMOs-127     GDMO Splts.6              Splts.55

 

Details of Bed strength of each hospital of BCCL as below:

Total No. of Beds in Hospitals: 1310

 

Sl..No. Hospitals Bed strength
1 Central Hospital

520

2 Baghmara RH

82

3 Katras RH

75

4 Loyabad RH

119

5 Kustore RH

104

6 Tisra RH

50

7 Jealgora

134

8  Bhuli

50

9 Bhowra

50

10 Sudamdih

50

11 Bhojudih

10

12  Dugda

20

13  Moonidih

30

14  Koyla Nagar

16

Total

1310