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Welfare-Old

 

Quality of life at work place and living place contribute significantly in achieving the aim of the Company. The coal mines are mostly situated in isolated areas where facilities of modern living are lacking. Beside this, the nature of work of the employees engaged in coal industry is difficult and hazardous. Keeping these facts in view, the company has been endeavoring to the basic needs and facilities.

Information/particulars on welfare measures till the year 2012-2013.

 

HOUSING

 

Before Nationalization

Present Position

No. of Standard Residences No. of Non-Standard Residences No. of Houses Satisfaction No. of Standard Residences No. of Non-Standard Residences No. of Houses Satisfaction
26869 10524 37393 21% 52419 26017 78436 100%

 

WATER SUPPLY

 

Item Description Capacity/ Status Remarks
A Sources of Water Supply 
 

 

 

 

1 Water Treatment Plants
(i) Installations 63 nos. Slow Sand Filter-12 nos.Rapid Gravity Filter -23 nos.

Pressure Filter- 28 nos.

(ii) Installed Capacity 17.30 mgd Slow Sand Filter-1.91 mgdRapid Gravity Filter -10.58 mgd

Pressure Filter-  4.81 mgd

2 MADA Supply 5.60 mgd

Total

22.90 mgd
B Total Nos. of Water Tankers  102 In addition to existing tankers,¬† 60 nos Water Tankers of 3000 ltrs capacity each have been added in¬† Areas
C Tractors for tankers movement 15 One tractor for each area
D Utilization of abandoned mine water
 

 

 

1 Pit water supply to  Drinking water & Sanitation Division (DWSD) 07 Places Requests for according NOC for more such schemes are also under  consideration
2 Scheme for utilization of surplus water from Area I, II & Block II Collection  of water @ 5250 gpm Creation of two reservoirs of total 47 million gallon storage capacity in the villages Behrakudar & Khonathi of Baghmara Block
3 Storage of surplus mine water in nearby ponds for usage instead of allowing the same to flow. 2.00 mgd from Moonidih Project Besides being utilized by peripheral villagers through pipeline, this Water is being stored in the existing ponds in nearby villages.
4 Scheme for utilization of surplus water from other Areas 4.00 mgd (approx) Schemes in respect of other Areas are also being prepared for diverting the flow of surplus mine water for storage of the same
E Scheme for  further augmentation of existing  Water Supply Arrangement 5.84 mgd installed capacity Process for installation of 28 nos. Pressure Filter Plants of 10000 & 15000 gph capacity, is in progress for capacity augmentation of existing water supply.
F Pilot Scheme for utilization of mine water for Potable usages 16000 gpd A Project undertaken by BCCL,  for developing cost effective technology for reclamation of  mine water for providing safe drinking water, with technical knowhow of CIMFR, Dhanbad; NML, Jamshedpur & CMERI, Durgapur.

 

Note: In addition to the above, the arrangements have been made for meeting the requirements of drinking water as well as water for other uses through tube wells, sufficient no. of hand pumps and deep bore hole with submersibles in the colonies of different areas during emergencies such as power cut, break down of machines & other unforeseen situations at MADA.

 

EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES

 

Education is a stepping stone to change human character for the better. Therefore, it is essential to provide educational facilities to educate people. Though the prime responsibility of providing educational facilities lies with the State Govt., BCCL as a part of its welfare activities have given considerable emphasis on providing better educational facilities to the children of its employees/workers as well as those of local populace. The company is providing financial assistance/infra-structural facilities to 11 schools running under agreement with BCCL. In addition, the Company is also providing financial assistance to 83 Private Committee Managed Schools functioning under the command Area of BCCL.

 

School running under Agreement:

 

With a view to increase educational standard & imparting quality education several institutions were requested to establish their school in different Areas of Company under Agreement with BCCL. These schools have their own qualified teachers & affiliation with CBSE and are of two categories.

 

a) Project Schools

b) Semi- Project School

 

 

a) PROJECT SCHOOLS

 

Sl.No.

      Name                                    Area

Amount of Financial Assistance Per annum.

1

D.A.V. Public School,            Kusunda

  7,50,000/-

2

D.A.V. Public School             Alkusa.

17,50,000/-

3

D.A.V. Public School             Lodna

  9,50,000/-

4

D.A.V. Public School             Moonidih

15,50,000/-

5

D.A.V. Public School             Dugda

11,23,158/-

6

D.A.V. Public School             Koyla Nagar

20,36,420/-

7

Saraswati Vidya Mandir,        Bhuli

10,57,826/-

8

Saraswati Vidya Mandir,        Govindpur Area

  7,82,596/-

TOTAL:

1,00,00,000/-

 

 

b) SEMI- PROJECT SCHOOL

 

1.

D.A.V. Public School, Barora

2.

D.A.V. Public School, Mohuda

3.

Delhi public School,  Dhanbad

 

 

PRIVATE COMMITTEE MANAGED SCHOOLS:

 

Other than aforesaid Project/Semi-Project Schools, 83 Nos. of Private Committee Managed Schools including 04 nos. of consolidated schools, are functioning in the BCCL command Areas which are getting financial assistance on recommendation of Welfare Sub-Committee on Education, the details of which are as under:

 

Sl. No.

Status of the Schools

No. of Schools

1

Primary Schools

54

2

Middle Schools

20

3

High Schools

09

Total

83

 

Financial Assistance to Schools (2012-13):

 

 

Item Project Schools Privately Managed School Other Schools Total
No. of Schools 08 83 03 94
Grant-in-aid Provided. 1.00 Crore. 1.15 Crore. NIL 2.15 Crore.

 

 

 

 

FEMALE LITERACY DRIVE SCHEME

 

In order to ensure maximum literacy among female workers of BCCL, a “ Female Literacy Drive “ was undertaken in BCCL since March, 2010 for illiterate female employees of BCCL. Literacy Drive Programme for female employees of the company have been completed in two phases. Achievement made till date in this regard is detailed hereunder.

 

Phase No. of illiterate Female Employees appeared No. of Female employees who have passed and received literacy Certificate from Central Board of Workers Education
Ist Phase

218

137

IIst Phase

380

155

IIIrd  Phase

491

162

IVrth  Phase

214

136

 

Concerted effort will not only have a positive motivating impact on the existing employees, it will also contribute in achieving targeted production and productivity of the Company.

 

CIL SCHOLARSHIP

 

The revised CIL Scholarship Scheme 2001 is being implemented in the Company for wards of the permanent employees irrespective of their salary or nature of job. As per the above scheme two types of Scholarship have been introduced:

 

a) Merit Scholarship.

b) General Scholarship.

 

a) Merit Scholarship:

 

Candidates who obtained any rank between 1st to 20th position in Madhyamik /CBSE/ICSE examination ( X standard & +2 standard) conducted by State/ Central Govt. will be awarded with Merit Scholarship.

 

The student of ICSE/CBSE/I Sc/ Boards securing 95% and above would also be awarded Scholarship under Scholarship Scheme as is being given to the students securing 1st to 20th position in case of Board or State Govt.

Rate of Merit Scholarship:

 

Sl.No

Classes/ Courses

Rate Per Month

1.

Students in class XI & XII

300/-

2.

Students General course B.A/B.Sc./B.Com

350/-

3.

For Engineering/ Medical/ Applied Science/ professional & Technology including Management/ Computer Science/ Accounting/ Co. Secy.

700/-

 

 

b) General Scholarship:

 

The above Scholarship is for the student studying in class-V and onwards up to class-XII, Graduation & Post-Graduation in all branches, CA/ICWA/Co.Secy./Technical Certificate Course/Polytechnic/Degree Engg. & Medical Science. Affiliated to Central/ State Govt./Board/University.

Rate of General Scholarship:

 

GROUP

CLASS/COURSE

MINIMUM % IN LAST EXAM.

RATE PER MONTH

I

V- VIII

80%

60/-

II

IX- X

75%

75/-

III

XI- XII

70%

100/-

IV

BA/B Sc/B Com/MA/M Sc/M Com/ MBA/CA/ ICWA/ Co. Secy.

60%

250/-

V

ITI Recognized by State/ Central Govt.

75%

125/-

VI

Polytechnic e.g. Diploma Engg. Course

75%

150/-

VII

Degree Engg. / Medical Science.

60%

400/-

(Subject to the condition that son/daughter will secure 60 % in all subsequent Semester)

 

SC/ST students are entitled to get 10% relaxation on the minimum Percentage of marks.

 

Engineering/Medical Courses

 

Financial Assistance towards reimbursement of tuition fees and hostel charges is being provided with effect from 2009-10 to such wards of Wage Board Employees who have secured admission in the enlisted Engineering Colleges and Govt. Medical Colleges.  Year wise assistance details for the last three years provided are as under:

 

Financial Year

Discipline

Nos. of Students

Amount spent

2010-11

Engineering

20

492700.00

Medical

05

36372.00

Total

25

529072.00

2011-12

Engineering

16

352700.00

Medical

07

49416.00

Total

23

402116.00

2012-13

Engineering

17

2,60,080.00

Medical

04

22,740.00

Total

 

21

2,82,820.00

 

 

SPORTS AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

 

Social, Cultural and Recreational activities form important part of welfare activities which provides fellow-feeling, team-spirit and goodwill among the employees. For the up-liftment of Sports & Games, Company is not only paying special attention to its employees & their wards but to the residents of adjacent villages also. Welfare department is running different coaching camps & providing Sports Materials/ Financial assistance to District/ State associations as per need. BCCL has a number of National / International reputed players who have brought laurels for the Company. The detail is as under:-

ATHLETICS :

Sl

Name & Designation

Events/Game

1. Bandhan Toppo, DEO Stood 1st in the National in 5000 m & 10000 m in 1981-82.
2. Rekha Chakraborty, Sports Organiser National Champion in 100 m and 200 m race, in 1988.
3. S.N. Gupta;, Foreman Incharge Represented India in Asian Veteran‚Äôs meet, Bangalore, 2006. ‚Äď Silver medal in Pole Vault, Gold Medal in Veteran‚Äôs National Athletic Meet, 2007.

BADMINTON :

1. Sandip Ganguly, Manager(Sports) Represented India in Senior All England Badminton Championship, German Open Championship, Denmark Open Championship, French Open Championship, National Junior Badminton Champion in 1973. 10 years unbeaten Bihar State Champion from BCCL. All India Public Sector Championship, 1985 and 1988.

FOOTBALL:

1. Sanwar Hussain, AssistantMd. Murtaza, Sports Organiser Represented Bihar / Jharkhand in National Football Championship.

 

The following Sports and Cultural activities were organized by the Company during the year 2012-13 as per Sports calendar:-

(i)               Chess Inter Area

(ii)              Bridge Inter Area

(iii)             Badminton Inter Area

(iv)             Volleyball Inter Area

(v)              Kabaddi Inter Area

(vi)             Football Inter Area

(vii)            Cricket Inter Area

(viii)           Zonal athletic Meet

(ix)             Carom Inter Area

(x)              Central Athletic meet

(xi)             Table Tennis

(xii)            Hockey

 

Milestones achieved by BCCL in the field of Sports and Cultural Activities (2012-2013) 

 

  1. 1.    BCCL organised the State Championship of Table Tennis Tournament at Nehru Complex, Koyla Nagar, under the aegis of District Table Tennis Association.

 

  1. 2.    Under 19 Cricket Tournament between Jharkhand State vs Tamil Nadu was organised by BCCL at Jealgora Stadium under the aegis of  Dhanbad Cricket Association

 

  1. 3.¬†¬†¬† Jharkhand State Ranji Trophy Selection was held in Oct.’2012 at Jealgora Stadium.

 

  1. 4.    Financial assistance has been provided to various Sports & Athletics Organisation of Dhanbad District for encouragement and development in the field of Games & Sports.

 

  1. 5.    Sports for Handicapped & Blind Children were organised on CIL foundation day.

 

  1. 6.    The State Cricket Championship was sponsored for handicapped players and the BCCL sponsored Team won the Jharkhand T-20 Cricket Tournament held at Ranchi.

 

  1. 7.    Sri Govind Kumar Singh, Ward Boy of CHD BCCL represented State, as a captain of Jharkhand State Team to participate in the East Zone Handicap Cricket Tournament at Tripura. This team was adjudged the Champion of East Zone.

 

  1. 8.    BCCL is also providing infrastructural and financial help to Ambedkar School of Martial Arts situated at Jagjivan Nagar, Dhanbad. Sri Vijay Kumar Bansphore, working in BCCL as Category-I, in Kusunda Area, who happens to be a holder of Limca Book of Records, is extending his services in this school as trainer, where children from all walks of life are being trained in the field of Marshal Arts.

Besides this, on hand training on computer literacy is also being imparted in this centre for which BCCL has provided the computer along with accessories and other amenities.

 

  1. 9.    On the occasion of republic day celebration on 26.01.13, Md. Shohaib, a hearing impaired player of cricket who represented India at Pakistan in Under  19 Asia Cup Deaf Cricket Tournament, was felicitated by CMD, BCCL and awarded with a cash prize of Rs. 25000/= in appreciation of his achievement.

10. Summer coaching camps for outstanding athletes was conducted under the           supervision of Sri Bandhan Toppo, BCCL Athletic Coach.

 

11. Cricket Coaching Camp of Dhanbad District Cricket Association was organized at Jealgora Stadium, Lodna Area, with help of BCCL.

 

 

B.C.C.L. EMPLOYEES BENEVOLENT FUND SOCIETY

BCCL Employee’s Benevolent Fund Society is registered under Societies Registration Act, 1880 and is functioning since 1st June 1981 all employees covered by the Wage Board are members of the Society contributing Rs.10/- each per month.

Objectives:

a. To provide financial assistance to the dependent of member employee in case of death.

b. To grant Scholarship to the meritorious students (Employee’s wards) pursuing academic or technical education.

c. To provide financial assistance to the members of the society in case of long sickness.

d. To provide Honorarium to the employees on retirement.

Administration:

The Society is operated and administrated by the Board of Governors, which comprises representatives of Management of BCCL and Central Trade Unions operating in the Industry. The constitution of Board of Governors is as under :

Sl. No. Management Representatives Sl. No. Union Representatives
1 President 1 03 Members Nominated by R.C.M.S
2 Vice President 2 01 Members Nominated by UCWU
3 Hony. Secretary 3 01 Members Nominated by KIMP
4 Hony. Treasurer 4 01 Members Nominated by JMS
5 Members(03) 5 01 Members Nominated by BCKU
TOTAL : 7 Members TOTAL : 7 Members

Scholarship: Scholarship is being awarded to the students (BCCL Employees Wards) who have achieved 50% & above marks in the final examination.

Long Sickness:Rs.2000/- per month per head limited to 12 months in a complete service tenure.

In case of Death of an employee a sum of Rs. 20,000/- is being paid to the dependent of deceased employee. This rate has been enhanced from July, 2011. Earlier, it was Rs.10,000/- per head.

 

 

 

Performance (2012-13):

Sl. No.

Particulars

No. of Employees

Amount

1.

Scholarship

1502

2085400.00

2.

Financial Assistance(in case of death)

96

  1450000.00

3.

Honorarium

38

26000.00

4.

Long sickness

03

      127698.00

Assets of the Society: The Society is having Rs. 8,61,17,998/- under the fixed deposit scheme in different Nationalized Banks.

EMPLOYEES RELIEF FUND SOCIETY BCCL

Aims & Objectives:

The aims and objectives of this scheme is to build up fund for giving aid / assistance and generous contribution on behalf of the employees of BCCL in case of any natural calamities like flood, drought, famine, earthquake and epidemics etc.

Contribution from this fund is also been given to the various relief funds such as Prime Minister’s Relief Fund, Chief Minister’s Relief Fund etc. This will also cover natural calamity like fire.

Constitution of Governing body:

The society is administered by the Board of Governors which comprises representatives of Management and Central Trade Unions operating in the industry consisting of the followings;-

Sl. No Management Side Sl. No. Union Side
1 President 1 Representative of R.C.M.S.
2 Vice President 2 Representative of R.C.M.S.
3 Secretary 3 Representative of R.C.M.S.
4 Jt. Secretary 4 Representative of B.C.K.U
5 Hony. Treasurer 5 Representative of B.C.M.U
6 Member 6 Representative of D.C.K.S
7 Member 7 Representative of J.M.S
8 Member 8 Representative of U.C.W.U
9 Representative of K.I.M.P

 

 

 

 

 

CSR Activities in BCCL

 

 

Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL) is committed to good corporate citizenship and makes constant efforts to build and nurture long lasting relationships with members of the society in general and it’s peripheral communities in particular.

 

The following activities have been carried out under the Corporation’s CSR Programme.

 

Drinking Water Facilities: Provided deep borewells, tubewells, pumps/motors, open wells, in the peripheral villages of BCCL. Water supply through pipeline, through water tanker is also provided to the villages.

 

Education: BCCL adopts a multi-pronged approach to promote quality education in backward areas. The measures taken by BCCL comprise Construction, Extension, and Renovation of school buildings etc are done to promote quality education in the nearby villages. BCCL is Extending financial aid for educational facilities to 83 nos. Private Committee Managed schools. Measures are taken to promote women literacy and career development.

 

Health Care: BCCL Conducts medical/health camps for dwellers of peripheral villages for rendering free medical consultancy, CSR Clinics, wellness clinics, artificial limbs centres, Medical Treatment of Non BCCL teachers, Ambulance (MMV) for villagers, Blood donation programmes etc. are organised for the benefit of the needy section of the society. Mobile medical vans are deployed as special arrangement for medical services.

 

 

Community Development/Infrastructure:

 

BCCL has taken various measures on community development in the peripheral areas of the Company. To mention a few it includes construction of Community Centre/Marriage Hall, construction of Road, construction/ Renovation of Ghats, Construction of Gymnasium and Marshal Arts Training centre etc.

 

 

Social Empowerment/ Skill Development

 

Initiatives have been taken for the empowerment of poor villagers of the peripheral range of BCCL. Trade training has been provided to 62 unemployed youth through ITI of Jharia Vihar, Belgoria, Distribution of Stitching machine to the villagers (women) for self employment, Construction of computer centre and sewing training centre at Belgaria, jharia etc.

Skill Development/Social Empowerment Programmes Running/under process:

1. Duckery Project for Noonudih Village under the Command area of Lodna Area :

Duckery Project promotion for Noonudih Village under the Command range of Lodna Area has been identified as one of the important livelihood interventions for promotion in addressing the livelihood opportunities for the poor villagers. Duckery requires a low investment and gives high returns within a short period. Project which will be operated through a constituted self-help group and will promote self employment of local villagers.

 2. Training on Eco-Restoration :

BCCL in collaboration with Forest Research Institute (FRI), Dehradun have arranged for imparting training to PAPs and local villagers also in the field of eco-restoration through aforestation on the available derelict land in BCCL, by way of which not only the environment of the area will improve but the local unemployed people will get trained enough for earning of their livelihood. Till date 124 PAPs have already been imparted the training.

3. Training programme through CIDC :

 

BCCL has joined hands with CIDC (Construction Industry Development Council), New Delhi, an independent body, set up by Planning Commission, Government of India. The main objective of this programme is to impart employment linked training programme in construction sector etc. for poor and downtrodden people of Jharia Coalfield including Project Affected Persons (PAPs) and Fire Affected People (FAPs).

 

 4. Trade training to unemployed youth through MSME

Actions have already been initiated by BCCL for starting this programme by creating 12 groups of underprivileged/downtrodden persons from peripheral areas for their skill development to make them self sufficient to earn their livelihood. Under this scheme it has been proposed to arrange for imparting them the training with help of Micro Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME), in different trades namely, Electrical Appliance Maintenance & repair, Bakery Products, Carpentry, Computer Accounting with Tally, Cosmetology & Beautician, Dairy based Entrepreneurship, Agriculture, Horticulture, Mushroom Cultivation, Welding, Plumbing, Mobile repairing, Computer repairing, TV repairing etc.

 

5. Training in textile apparel sector through ATDC, Ranchi

BCCL in collaboration with ATDC (Apparel Training & Design Centre) Ranchi has taken initiatives for starting this programme to provide technical skill in apparel sector to upgrade the technical skills and empower Women for self employment.

Other Welfare Activities: this includes Construction / renovation of Community Halls, construction / repair of roads, construction of Health-sub centres, construction of drain, construction of Chhat Ghat in the ponds, Construction of Boundary wall, providing Choupal for community gatherings, Installation of road side Water Kiosks during summer etc.

 

Masala Chakki centres are established with machines to promote self employment.

 

During winter, Blankets are distributed among poor section of the society.

 

Sports & Cultural: Various activities are organised to propagate sports and cultures. Sports/games items and instruments are also provided. To promote sports, children parks have been constructed.

 

Village adoption: Lahbera ‚Äď a¬† SC/ST village in Dhanbad has been adopted for its all round development and a number of development activities have been carried out. For adoption, one more village namely BALICHIRKA, predominantly habituated by ST population, has been identified under Lodna Area.

 

AIDS awareness camps are organised as special drive to develop awareness and to render free consultancy.

 

‚ÄúEk Jagaran Jeevan Shaili‚ÄĚ- A Life style Management Programme is being organised for de-addiction from ill habits of life style such as consuming tobacco, alcohol etc.

 

Occupational health awareness programme are organised.

 

 

Scheme for Multipurpose Utilisation of Surplus Mine Water from Block-II, Barora & Govindpur Area of BCCL.

 Multi-purpose utilisation of Surplus Mine Water : A scheme has been formulated and is being implemented for proper utilisation of surplus mine water, being discharged in the natural water courses, from Barora, Block-II and Govindpur Area with an objective to harness the mine water for its gainful multipurpose usages. On completion of the project a large number of village population will be benefitted. Salient features of the project are as below:

 

  • Reservoir Capacity:- Two water reservoirs of total capacity¬† about 2.20 lac cu.m.
  • Collection of water :- @ 5250 gallon/minute

 

Solar Street Lights: In the FY 2010-11 & 2011-12 total 300 nos. of Solar Street Lights have been installed in peripheral villages of Dhanbad.