13th International Exhibition and Conference on
Minerals, Metals, Metallurgy & Materials
27 - 29 August, 2020
Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India

Conference

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
ON
MINERALS AND METALS SECTOR

 GROWTH PROSPECTS IN NEW BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

 29TH TO 31ST AUGUST 2018

PROGRAMME

                                                          29TH August, 2018

0900 – 1000 Hours Registration
1000 – 1130 Hours Inaugural Session
Welcome Address Chairman, The Indian Institute of Metals,
Delhi Chapter
Address President, The Indian Institute of Metals
Introduction about the Conference Chairman, Technical Committee
Introduction about the Exhibition Director of International
Trade & Exhibitions India Pvt. Ltd. (ITEI)
 
Key-Note Address Special Secretary & Financial Adviser,
Ministry of Steel, Govt. of India & Chairman,
SAIL
Inaugural Address Hon’ble Minister of Steel, Govt. of India 
Release of Souvenir Hon’ble Minister of Steel, Govt. of India
Vote of Thanks Secretary, The Indian Institute of Metals,
Delhi Chapter
 
Inauguration of Exhibition Hon’ble Minister of Steel, Govt. of India
1130 to 1200 Hours Tea Break
1200-1330 Hrs. CEO Conclave
Moderator   Shri R N Parbat, Past President, IIM

Panel :

CHAIRMAN, SAIL
CMD, RINL
CMD, MECON
CMD, MIDHANI
CMD, CCL
Dr. Vinod Nowal, Dy. MD, JSW Steel
Shri Anand Sen, President (TQM & Steel Business) Tata Steel
Shri S S Mohanty, Vice Chairman & MD, NINL
DG, Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS)

1330-1430 Hrs Lunch Break
1430-1600 Hrs  

Technical Session-I            Prospects of Mineral Industries & Raw Materials security for future growth of Mineral & Metal sectors
 
Chairman :  Shri Gopal Singh , CMD, CCL
 
Paper No.1:    Raw Materials security – A strategic need for competitive edge in steel Industry by Shri K Sanjay Sawarni, CET, SAIL
 
Paper No. 2 :  Raw Materials security for Indian Steel Industry By Shri Pankaj K Satija, Tata Steel
 
Paper No. 3 :  NMDC marching ahead towards raw material security for utilizing lean grade ores through pelletization at Nagarnar Plant by Shri S K Chaurasia, NMDC
 
Paper No. 4 :  Raw Materials scenario to achieve steel production as envisaged in National Steel Policy 2017 by Shri S Hareesh Babu, MECON Ltd.
 
Paper No. 5 :  Prospects of mineral industries in new business regime by Shri Pradeep Kumar, NMDC     

1600-1630 Hrs TEA BREAK 
1630-1800 Hrs  

Technical Session -II :  Planning of Infrastructure & Logistic support
 
Chairman :  Dr. Sanak Mishra, Past President, IIM
 
Paper No. 1 :  Modernization and expansion of Ports and Habours by Shri P L Haranadh, Dy. Chairman, Vizag Port Trust.
 
Paper No. 2 :  Indian Power Scenario by Shri Rajeev Sharma, CMD, PFC
 
Paper No. 3:    Vision of NHAI on Road Transport Sector by Shri R K Pandey, Member Projects, NHAI
 
Paper No. 4: Vision of Rail Transportation for Mineral and Metal Movement by Shri Rahul Agarwal, ED (Traffic & Transportation) Ministry of Railways, Govt. of India
 
Paper No. 5:  Slurry Pipelines: An innovative logistics solution for transportation of iron
ore by Shri H Manju, MECON Ltd. 
 
Paper No. 6: Smart City Imperatives for Steel Industry by Dr. R. Kulshreshtha, Ex ED   SAIL

1800-1830 Hrs HIGH TEA
 
 
                                                          30TH August, 2018

1000 Hrs to 1130Hrs

Technical Session -III : Enhancing competitiveness of Indian Steel Sector
 
Chairman : Shri S.S.Mohanty, Vice Chairman & MD, NINL & Past President , IIM
 
Paper No. 1:   Enhancing competitiveness of Indian Steel Industry by Shri S Shah, Tata Steel
 
Paper No. 2 :  IISCO Steel Plant – An epitome of technological prowess by Shri N Swarup, CET, SAIL, Ranchi
 
Paper No. 3:   Paper from JSW
 
Paper No. 4 :  Smart Modernisation -  a way to improve the financial health of Steel Sector in India by Shri Manoranjan Ram, Paul Wurth
 
Paper No. 5 : Enhancing the Competitiveness of the Indian Steel Industry by Dr. Sanak Mishra, Past President, IIM
 
Paper No. 6 :  National Steel Policy 2017 – Challenges before iron ore producers by Shri G V Rao, NMDC

1130-1200 Hrs TEA  BREAK 
1200-1330 Hrs  

Technical Session-IV:  Prospects of Non-ferrous Industry
 
Chairman :    Shri Santosh Sharma, CMD, HCL
 
Paper No. 1:   Prospects of Titanium & Zirconium Industries by Dr. M P Sukumaran Nair, CMD, KMMCL
 
Paper No. 2 :  Zinc & Lead Markets in India – Current and Emerging by Shri L. Pugazhenthy, ILZDA & Past President, IIM
 
Paper No. 3    Aluminium R&D and Emerging Applications in India by Dr. A Agnihotri, Director, JNARDC
 
Paper No. 4:   Converting Mining Waste to Secondary Resource by Shri Vinay Kumar Singh, HCL
 
Paper No. 5:   Copper & its applications- Current and Emerging Trends by Dr. D De Sarkar, ICDC
 
1330-1430 Hrs LUNCH BREAK  
1430-1600 Hrs  

Technical Session-V:  Metals requirement of Strategic Sectors 
 
Chairman : Dr. D K Likhi, CMD, MIDHANI
 
Paper No. 1:   Metals Requirement for Strategic Sector by Shri D Singh, CMD,
Indian Rare Earths Ltd. (IREL)
 
Paper No. 2    Role of MIDHANI in growth of new materials by Shri S. K. Jha,  Midhani 
 
Paper No. 3 :  Need of advanced materials for Defence Sector under ‘Make in India’ initiative
by Shri C. K. Mondal, Metal  & Steel Factory, Ishapore.
 
Paper No. 4    Universal Rail Mill 1.2 MTPA capacity under 7.0 MT expansion of BSP – An Overview
by Shri A K Jain, Bhilai Steel Plant
 
Paper No. 5:   Nickel Alloys and Stainless Steels for Strategic Sector applications by
Shri K K Pahuja, Indian Stainless Steel Development Association (ISSDA)

1600-1630 Hrs TEA BREAK 
1630-1800 Hrs  

Technical Session-VI:  Secondary Steel Sector – its Contribution and Challenges
 
Chairperson : Ms Ruchika Chaudhry Govil, Jt. Secretary, Min of Steel, Govt. of
India
 
Paper No. 1 :  Economics of energy efficiency in mini steel plants – results and potential by
Dr. S N Srinivas, Clean Energy Access Network
 
 
Paper No. 2 :  Secondary Steel Sector – Its Contribution & Challenges by Mecon by
Shri D K Ambasta
 
Paper No. 3 :  Secondary Steel Sector – Issues & Imperatives by
Dr. Mukesh Kumar,  Director, SRTMI
 
Paper No. 4 :  Road Ahead for Induction Furnace Segment – Challenges & Prospects by
Shri Kamal Agarwal, All India Induction Furnaces Association
 
Paper No. 5 :  Unfolding 300 MT Indian Steel Vision and its impact on Indian DRI Industry by
Shri D Kashiva, SIMA.

1800-1830 Hrs HIGH TEA
                                                              
                                                          31ST August, 2018

1000 Hrs – 1130 Hrs

Technical Session-VII:  Energy /Environment Issues in Mineral and Metal Sectors
 
Chairman:     Dr. G Vishwakarma, Director (Projects & Business Planning) SAIL
 
Paper No. 1    Deployment of Energy Conservation Technologies in iron and steel sector, A case study of
RINL by Shri K Sudhakar
 
Paper No. 2    How Modern Coke plant technology can fit in pollution reduction in coke oven by
Mr. Nobert FIEDLER, Paul Wurth
 
 
Paper No. 3    Energy and Eco-Friendly Portfolios by Shri S Dasgupta, Primetals Technologies
 
Paper No. 4    Dry Type Vessel Electrostatic Precipitator System for BF Gas Cleaning Technology by
Nippon Steel by Shri Sunil Prasad Pandey, Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering India Pvt. Ltd
 
Paper No. 5    KR De-Sulphurisation Technology by Nippon Steel by Shri Gaurav Verma, Nippon Steel &
Sumikin Engineering India Pvt. Ltd
 
Paper No. 6    Innovative & Energy-saving Permanent Magnetic Transmission Technology by Mr. Frank
Wang, Sagta Engineering Ltd, Sanghai, China.
 
Paper No. 7    Lubrication methods for continuous casters by Mr Partha Pratim Mitra, Kluber Lubrication
India Pvt Ltd

1130-1200 Hrs TEA BREAK
1200-1330 Hrs  Valedictory Session

Welcome Address Chairman, The Indian Institute of Metals-
Delhi Chapter
Conference Summary Vice-Chairman, The Indian Institute of Metals-
Delhi Chapter
Exhibition Summary Director, International Trade and Exhibitions India Ltd (ITEI)
Address by Guest of Honour Addl. Secretary, Ministry of Steel, Govt. of India
Address by Chief Guest Hon’ble Minister of State for Steel, Govt. of India
Distribution of Awards Hon’ble Minister of State for Steel, Govt. of India
Votes of Thanks Secretary, The Indian Institute of Metals-Delhi Chapter

1330 -1430 Hrs LUNCH