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DMFT PROFILE

Managing Committee Members

SL.NO. OFFICIAL DESIGNATION COMMITEE DESIGNATION EMAIL ID CONTACT NO.
1 Deputy Commissioner (DC), Pakur Chairman dc-pak@nic.in 9431137176
2 Superintendent of Police (SP), Pakur Member sp-pakur@jhpolice.gov.in 9431137400
3 Deputy Development Commissioner (DDC), Pakur Member-Secretary ddc-pak@nic.in 9931327227
4 District Forest Officer (DFO), Pakur Member dfopakur@gmail.com 8987790436
5 District Mining Officer (DMO), Pakur Member dmo.pkr@gmail.com 8709780279
6 Civil Surgeon (CS), Pakur Member cs.pakur@gmail.com 9661167879
7 District Panchayati Raj Officer (DPRO), Pakur Member 9162075550

Governing Council Members

SL NO. Official Designation Committee Designation
1 Deputy Commissioner (DC), Pakur Chairman
2 Deputy Development Commissioner (DDC), Pakur Member-Secretary
3  Superintendent of Police (SP), Pakur Member
4 District Forest Officer (DFO), Pakur Member
5 District Education Officer (DEO), Pakur Member
6 Civil Surgeon (CS), Pakur Member
7  Deputy Director, Mines Member
8 Deputy Director, Geology Member
9 District Mining Officer (DMO), Pakur Member
10 Representative of Chairman Zila Parishad Member
11 Representative, Jharkhand Small Industries Association Member
12 MP, Rajmahal Loksabha Constituency/Their Representative Member
13 MLA, Pakur/Their Representative Member
14 MLA, Littipara/Their Representative Member
15 MLA, Maheshpur/Their Representative Member
16 Two Major Pattadhari (Lessee) Nominated by Governing Council Member
17 Pramukhs and Up-Pramukhs from Directly Affected Areas Member
18 Mukhiya and Up-Mukhiya from Directly Affected Areas Member

What Is DMF?
DISTRICT MINERAL FOUNDATIONS TRUST(DMFT)

District Mineral Foundations are statutory bodies in India established by the respective state Governments by notification. The District Mineral Foundation (DMF), setup by the state government to benefit people in India’s mining affecting areas. It was created in 2015 by the central government through an amendment in the mines and minerals (development and regulation) Act, 1957. To balance between the role of minerals in industrialization and degrading lifestyle of mining areas, the government of Jharkhand has set up several policy decisions to utilize the royalty received for environmental and livelihood development.

Establishment

DISTRICT MINERAL FOUNDATIONS TRUST(DMFT)
District Mineral Foundations are statutory bodies in India established by the State Governments by notification. They derive their legal status from section 9B of Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 as amended on 26 March 2015 as Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Amendment Act, 2015. This amendment came into force from 12 January 2015.

Objectives

The objective of District Mineral Foundation is to work for the interest of persons and areas affected by mining related operations in such a manner as may be prescribed by the State Government. DMF Rules 2016. In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 15(4) and Section 15 A of the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 (as amended in 2015), the Government of Jharkhand hereby makes the following rules called the Jharkhand District Mineral Foundation (Trust) Rules, 2016 to regulate the composition, functions and manner of working of the District Mineral Foundations and the amount of payment to be made to the District Mineral Foundations by the concession holders of minor minerals for the interest and benefit of persons and areas affected by mining related operations.

Composition

Composition of the DMF is prescribed by the State Governments taking guidelines from article 244 of Indian Constitution, fifth and sixth schedules, Provisions of the Panchayats (Extension to the Scheduled Areas) Act, 1996 and the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006.