You are here. Home;» Reports and Documents;» Note for Ashok Chawla Committee on Allocation of Natural Resources (CANR). The Committee on Allocation of Natural Resources (CANR) under the chairmanship of Shri Ashok Chawla submitted its report on 31st May. Ashok Chawla Committee on Allocation of Natural Resources The report of the Committee has been hanging fire since it was submitted in.
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It has strongly pitched for greater disclosure of existing approval processes, such as meetings of the MC. Wednesday, 19 December 6: Allocation should be unbundled from the issuing of licences, so that companies can trade spectrum. What is even more shocking is the failure of the Government to put this important report in public sahok for debate despite repeated requests from various stakeholders, The Ashok Chawla Committee, headed by the former Finance Secretary, had been set up to in early to suggest transparent and corruption process for allocation of natural resources.
Then exploration can rise to the next level through an open acreage licensing policy, by which companies can bid for any blocks they like, rather than the government cherry-picking rsport for auction. Under the open acreage policy, an exploration company can express its interest in a block any time as opposed to the current system of periodic auction of blocks by the government.
Wednesday, 19 December Rssources the open acreage policy, an exploration company nautral express its interest in a block any time as opposed to the current system of periodic auction of blocks by the government. Newer Post Older Post Home.
The surplus coal from captive mines could be sold to the platform for onward sale to registered users. The Committee recommends aquifer level mapping, along with awhok studies, and pilot projects to be initiated in different settings to address the problems of groundwater management urgently.
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There should be a clear road map that indicates what type of spectrum, and how much, will be up for grabs at various points in time. Wednesday, 26 December Yes 5 People Agreed.
A non-government regulator should oversee the process. The surplus coal from captive mines could be sold to the platform for onward sale to registered users. Coal The Coal Mines Nationalisation Act,creates a legal hurdle in ending Coal India’s monopoly, because it specifies that end-users must either have captive mines or buy from the public sector unit.
Next Story How black money comes back to Resoufces via Mauritius. Please Email the Editor. Kerala, HP, TN top development goal index. This would be an extension of the current policy that allows excess captive production to be sold by CIL and would also need to be examined in Ministry of Coal.
This website uses cookie or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience and provide personalised recommendations. The committee has roped in the Centre for Policy Research to help it formulate an action plan. The major recommendations of CANR on water are given below.
To know about past controversies on natural resource exploration, esp wrt gas, please read the following post. Out of 41 study points, the Ganga clean at only one.
Anonymous 1 October at Gas The administrative regime that currently determines who gets how much gas, and at what price, should be reined in, as it causes inefficiencies in the system. Alpocation verifcation code has been sent to your mobile number Please enter the verification code below. What is even more shocking is the failure of the Government to put this important report in public domain for debate despite repeated coommittee from various stakeholders.
The legal options in this regard need to be examined by the Ministry of Water Resources.
Hyd&Spook: Ashok Chawla Committee on Allocation of Natural Resources
Former Telecom Minister A. The Union cabinet secretariat on 8 February set up a high powered committee headed by former finance secretary Ashok Chawla to suggest a roadmap for efficient and transparent distribution of scarce natural resources such as telecom spectrum. Allocations in sllocation sectors except fertilisers-and that, too, only for some more time- should stop, and this includes the power sector.