Mineral manufacturing in India rose by 7.5 per cent in June 2022 as
in contrast with the manufacturing degree of the corresponding month of
the final 12 months, as per the federal government information launched on Saturday.
The index of mineral manufacturing of the mining and quarrying
sector for the month of June 2022 (Base: 2011-12=100) at 113.4, was
7.5 per cent increased as in comparison with the extent within the month of June
2021, based on information launched by the Ministry of Mines.
As per the provisional figures of the Indian Bureau of Mines
(IBM), the cumulative progress for the interval April-June 2022-23 over
the corresponding interval of the earlier 12 months has elevated by 9.0
The manufacturing degree of vital minerals in June 2022 had been:
Coal 669 lakh tonnes, Lignite 46 lakh tonnes, Pure fuel
(utilized) 2747million cu. m., Petroleum (crude) 24 lakh tonnes,
Bauxite 1950 thousand tonnes, Chromite 343 thousand tonnes, Copper
conc. 10 thousand tonnes, Gold 85 kg, Iron ore 201 lakh tonnes,
Lead conc. 30 thousand tonnes, Manganese ore 238 thousand tonnes,
Zinc conc. 142 thousand tonnes, Limestone 335 lakh tonnes,
Phosphorite 189 thousand tonnes, Magnesite 8 thousand tonnes, and
Diamon 44 carat.
The manufacturing of vital minerals displaying constructive progress
throughout June 2022 over June 2021 embrace: Diamond (340 per cent),
Gold (107.3 per cent), Phosphorite (41.0 per cent), Coal (31.1 per
cent), Lignite (28.8 per cent), Zinc conc (20.0 per cent),
Manganese ore 19.3 per cent), Magnesite (16.6 per cent), Bauxite
(8.9 per cent), Chromite (6.5 per cent), Lead conc (4.2 per cent),
Limestone 1.6 per cent), and Pure Gasoline (U) (1.3 per cent).
The manufacturing of different vital minerals displaying destructive
progress contains: Petroleum (crude) (-1.7 per cent), Copper conc
(-7.2 per cent), and Iron Ore (-9.7 per cent).