Jawaharlal Nehru Aluminium Research Development & Design Centre
Autonomus Body Under Ministry of Mines, Government of India
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Yoga Day Celebrated at JNARDDC on 21st June 2019
JNARDDC Building

Commemoration of 75 years of Indian independence(Bharat ka Amrut Mahotsava) and celebrating India’s achievements

The Hon;ble Prime Minister Shri Modi Ji launched the Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav which is is a series of events organized by the government of India to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Independence. The mahotsav will be celebrated as a peoples' movement across the country.
In this regard, JNARDDC, Nagpur will be conducting an online lecture series on " Aluminium - From Mine to Metal" to selected departments of NITs, IITs, regional and reputed colleges (75 colleges). The lecture series commenced from the week starting from 12th March 2021 with VNIT, Nagpur.
JNARDDC is also in the process of making a 3-5 minutes video film, factsheets, leaflets on the growth of Aluminium Industry of India covering all segments and sectors.

20th PERC Meeting at JNARDDC (23-25 Nov 2020) through VC

The Ministry of Mines successfully conducted the 20th PERC (Project Evaluation & Review Committee) meeting held under the Chairmanship of Shri Satendra Singh, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Mines during 23-25 Nov 2020 through VC. JNARDDC played the host role by organizing 3 virtual meeting rooms for
  • Mining
  • Mineral Processing
  • Metallurgy
The excellent IT infrastructure of JNARDDC provided the ideal platform for smooth review of around 140 projects by connecting the committee members and around 140 Project Investigators from all over India. A special feature of this year is that a new portal dedicated to the scheme, viz. SATYABHAMA portal (research.mines.gov.in), was launched by Hon’ble Minister of Mines and the new project proposals were received through this portal. A total number of 383 project proposals were received online on the portal. After screening, 102 proposals covering five areas, namely
  • Geosciences and Exploration
  • Mining
  • Mineral Processing & recovery from waste
  • Metal Extraction (Metallurgical processes)
  • Alloys, specialty materials and product
were short listed for further review in the second stage. These 102 project proposals were presented by the respective Principal Investigators (PIs) and evaluated by the committee during the VC meeting held on 23-25 Nov 2020. The projects recommended by PERC shall be taken up by the SSAG for final approval.

International symposium Non-ferrous Minerals & Metals (ICNFMM-2020) webinar

The International symposium Non-ferrous Minerals & Metals (ICNFMM-2020) webinar series is being conducted by JNARDDC and Corporate Monitor from Sept 2020. The final event will culminate in March 2021

38th International Conference and Exhibition of ICSOBA 16-18 Nov 2020

Scientists of JNARDDC presented papers in the 38th International Conference and Exhibition of ICSOBA which will be held on virtual platform from 16 to 18 November 2020.

International Bauxite, Alumina and Aluminium Society (IBAAS-2020) webinar from 4-6 Nov 2020.

JNARDDC in collaboration with IBAAS, Nagpur successfully organized the International Bauxite, Alumina and Aluminium Society (IBAAS-2020) webinar from 4-6 Nov 2020. Over 400 participants from all over world interacted and shared their R&D ideas during the webinar. JNARDDC provided the ultimate IT infrastructure for smoothly conducting the webinar.

Training Program on Capacity Building on 21-23 Nov 2019 (Bhubaneswar) - REAL [Resource Efficiency in Aluminium]

Two and half day “Capacity Building and Awareness Programme on Aluminium”, being held in Hotel MAYFAIR Lagoon Bhubaneswar organized by Ministry of Mines and NITI Aayog together with Jawaharlal Nehru Aluminium Research Development and Design Centre (JNARDDC) Aluminium Association of India (AAI), Material Recycling Association of India (MRAI) and Aluminium Secondary Manufacturers Association (ASMA) was inaugurated by Mr Ratan P Watal, Member Secretary, EAC-PM, GoI in presence of distinguished dignitaries Dr Anupam Agnihotri (Director, JNARDDC), Dr B N Satpathy (Sr. Consultant, Office of Principal Scientific Advisor to GoI), Mr Amit Saran (Director, Ministry of Mines), Mr Bibhu Mishra (MCoE, HINDALCO), Mr Sharanan Chaudhuri (Executive Director, Mines, NALCO), Mr Kishore Rajpurohit (Vice President, MRAI) and host of participants. In his inaugural speech Mr Watal stressed the need for circular economy (in which resources are kept in use for as long as possible, the maximum value is extracted from them whilst in use, the products and materials are recovered and regenerated at the end of each product life) and resource efficiency in view of depleting natural resources in global competition. For sustainable development, Auminium Resource Efficiency is key element necessitating great attention at waste materials such as bauxite residue (red mud), fly ash, spent pot lining (SPL), dross and recycling of aluminium. Dr Agnihotri affirmed the commitment of JNARDDC to contribute in every possible way in achieving resource efficiency in aluminium industry which can become zero waste industry and carbon neutral by 2030-35 with concerted efforts of everybody involved. Dr Agnihotri advocated the establishment of regulatory authority (on similar lines like Bureau of Energy Efficiency –BEE- under Ministry of Power) which will help in conserving the resources enhancing cost competiveness etc
The programme has received widespread participation from all three primary aluminium producing companies (NALCO, VEDANTA & HINDALCO), MRAI, ASMA, Secondary aluminium industries, representatives from Govt organisations (NITI Aayog, Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, CPCB, SPCB, BARC, IBM, Ministry and BIS etc) as well as from technology providers, young entrepreneurs, academicians and students etc. Deliberation in next two and half days will focus on following aspects of Resource efficiency in Aluminium.
Specific uses of waste generated by the Primary and Secondary Aluminium Industry Processing of the waste into value added products Recycling of aluminium - Areas of concern Best available technologies Deliberations, interactions during this programme will not only enlighten the participants but will help in better understanding and implementing the desired goals of resource efficiency in the interest of industry and nation.

Indo - European Meet on Bauxite Residue / Red Mud on 19th Sept 2019 (New Delhi)

The Ministry of Mines(MoM), Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MOEFCC), Jawaharlal Nehru Aluminium Research Development & Design Centre (JNARDDC), European Union(EU) and European Union for Resource Efficient India (EUREI) with GIZ (German Society for International Cooperation), New Delhi will be conducting the 2nd phase of Red Mud Meeting 2019 on 19th Sept. 2019 at New Delhi. The same is being supported by the primary aluminium producers namely, NALCO, HINDALCO AND VEDANTA. This meet will involve participation from international members in the relevant field to evolve a global solution for the bauxite residue (red mud)

NABL Accredited Lab - Certificate No : TC-8254


JNARDDC is a NABL accredited Lab. National Accreditation Board of Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL, New Delhi) has granted ISO/IEC 17025:2017 certificate of accreditation vide certificate no. TC-8254. JNARDDC is committed to provide highly quality testing and consultancy services as per NABL guidelines and standards.

About JNARDDC

Jawaharlal Nehru Aluminium Research Development and Design Centre, Nagpur is a centre of excellence set up in 1989 to create a research and development support system for the emerging aluminium industry in India by undertaking basic and applied research in the areas of bauxite, alumina and aluminium.
JNARDDC is an autonomous body of Ministry of Mines and is registered under Societies Registration Act, 1860 (455/87-Nagpur dated 13.8.1987) and Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950 (F-6778-Nagpur dated 8.10.1987) as a Trust.
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Vision

Develop indigenous technologies and provide value addition services to both primary and secondary aluminium industries with a special emphasis on energy reduction and environmental sustenance through scientific research and development for industrial growth and socio-economic development

Mission


Provide modern technological inputs to aluminium industries and other sectors for value addition, reduction in energy / material consumption and environmental pollution based on optimum utilisation of existing facilities and further development of technical capabilities

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