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Constitution of Internal Complaints Committee(ICC) under sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace(Prevention, Prohibition & Redressal) Act, 2013
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 ICC under Sexual Harrasment

The SPMCIL medical policy has been implemented in Mumbai Mint successfully.
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SPMCIL Employees Suggestion Scheme -2012: With reference to Corporate HR Circular No.05/2012 dated 17.12.2012, the scheme was circulated and implemented and the Suggestion committee for IGM Mumbai was notified by the office order dated 23.02.2013 (Attached policy Document). Also related the office order is attached.
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SPMCIL Mentor-Mentees Development Scheme introduced in IGM Mumbai (Attached Policy Document). Also the related office order is attached.
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SPMCIL Leave Rules -2012 Circulated amongst employees (Attached Policy Document)
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Employees Welfare and Wellness Programmes: the activities organised are enlisted in the document below:
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SPMCIL Knowledge Forum (PRAGYAN) was initiated and the interaction for the quarter (Jan 2013-Mar 2013) held on 21.03.2013. The Workshop on “Principals of Supervision” was conducted and total 41 Employees had participated.
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Performance Management System as per the guidelines of corporate office is implemented for the Executives and Supervisors from the year 2011-2012. the related document is attached below:
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In IGM Mumbai Training and Development programmes were designed as per the corporate guidelines. Need based and customized, training programmes were organized during the year emphasizing on In-House training to enhance Knowledge, Skill and Desired Behaviors. The in- house training programmes organized by the HR department during the year 2012-2013 are mentioned in the file attached below..
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Voluntary Contribution Form of SPMCIL Employees Provident Fund
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•    Contribution made towards Prime Minister National Relief Fund for Uttarakhand disaster amounting to `1.00 crore.
                   
•    Contribution made to Bihar Chief Minister Relief Fund towards relief and rehabilitation activities in the Cyclone “Phailin” amounting to `50.00 lacs.
                   
•    Contribution made to Odisha Chief Minister Relief Fund towards relief and rehabilitation activities in the Cyclone “Phailin” amounting to `50.00 lacs.

                   

 Project of Plantation of trees near Narmada belt for Environment protection at Narmadapuram (MP) has been taken up at a total cost of ` 1.19 crore, out of which ` 50.00 lacs have been spent during the year 2012-13 and `33,14,445/- during the year 2013-14.

                   

 Provided rain water harvesting system in 1/3 covered area of BNP, Dewas office building at a cost of `23,00,000/-.

                   

Provided electrostatic oil filtration machine in coining presses, blanking presses and PPL system at IGM, Mumbai at a cost of `15,46,944/- under Sustainable Development

                   

  •  SPMCIL has carried out MSME Training at Ni-MSME, Hyderabad on 11th & 12th July, 2013 and a sum of `2,69,805/- have been spent

                       

    •     SPMCIL has carried out training programme with Ni-MSME Hyderabad for 50 MSME Personnel during this year at a cost of Rs. 2.63 lacs.

  •  SPMCIL has carried out training programme with Ni-MSME Hyderabad for 50 MSME Personnel during this year at a cost of Rs. 2.63 lacs.

  • Project regarding Plantation of trees near Narmada belt for Environment protection at Hoshangabad (MP) has been taken at a total cost of Rs. 1.19 crore, out of which Rs. 50.00 lacs have been spent during the year 2012-13 .

  • SPMCIL has also constructed 10 Nos girls toilet in Sagar and Gosaba and one toilet in girls hostel at Kakdwip, West Bengal at a total cost of Rs. 23.00 lacs during this year.

•    SPMCIL has provided Solar Lighting System in the 4 (four) villages of Hoshangabad District at a cost of `6,97,160/-.
•    SPMCIL has provided Solar LED Street Lighting at IGM, Kolkata at a cost of `20,73,273/- under Sustainable Development.
•    SPMCIL has provided Solar Lamp at Mallupura Hoshangabad District of MP at a cost of Rs. 1.23 lacs.  

RURAL ELECTRIFICATION/SOLAR LIGHT 2013-14
• SPMCIL has provided Solar Lighting System in the 4 (four) villages of Hoshangabad District at a cost of `6,97,160/-
• SPMCIL has provided Solar LED Street Lighting at IGM, Kolkata at a cost of `20,73,273/- under Sustainable Development..

RURAL ELECTRIFICATION/SOLAR LIGHT 2012-13
• SPMCIL has provided Solar Lamp at Mallupura Hoshangabad District of MP at a cost of Rs. 1.23 lacs.
• Solar Lamp has also been provided at Viradsharam Dewas at a cost of Rs. 4.62 lacs.
• SPMCIL has also provided Solar Lamp in Government School at Dallupura Delhi at a cost of Rs. 1.85 lacs.

• SPMCIL has provided drinking water facility to village Muduka near Dewas (MP) at a cost of Rs. 547,000/-.
• SPMCIL has also provided drinking water facility to Adhartirath Adharashram near Trambkashwar District Nashik Maharashtra at a cost of Rs. 10.83 lacs.
• SPMCIL has also provided drinking water facility in 4 villages namely Chhitapura, Bhatana, Jalikhera and Chatua of Kesla Block of District Hoshangabad (MP) at a total cost of Rs. 16.00 lacs.

• SPMCIL has undertaken comprehensive repair of approach road from BNP Radhaganj gate to Bhopal Chouraha alongwith road side amenities including Land Scaping at Dewas (MP) at a cost of Rs. 59.71 lacs through CPWD.
• Additional work regarding improvement of road side amenities for road connecting U.S. Gymkhana, ISP with Nashik Pune Highway and Jail road side at Nashik has also been undertaken at a cost of Rs.19.00 lacs through Divisional Commissioner Nashik.
• SPMCIL has provided 16 Seater Bus for visually impaired children to Sahyog Vishesh Aawasiya Vidyalaya Hoshangabad (MP) at a cost of Rs. 9.15 lacs.

• As a part of CSR initiatives SPMCIL signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Bharti Foundation on 19.10.2010 to promote education in the backward areas with special focus on girl child. As per MoU, land was provided by Bharti Foundation and SPMCIL constructed 9 (Nine) Primary Schools in the District Murshidabad of West Bengal. SPMCIL has also provided necessary funding for furniture and equipment to facilitate quality education. SPMCIL has incurred an expenditure of `102.52 lacs, `293.19 lacs, `102.25 lacs and `7.38 lacs during the year   2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 respectively.
•  As on date 1601 students are studying in the schools in Pre-Primary,    Class I, II & III comprising of 51.19% girls and 48.81% boys.
•  As a part of CSR initiatives SPMCIL signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Bharti Foundation on 19.10.2010 to promote education in the backward areas with special focus on girl child. As per MoU, Land was provided by Bharti Foundation and SPMCIL has constructed 9 (Nine) Primary Schools in the District Murshidabad of West Bengal. SPMCIL has also provided necessary funding for furniture and equipment to facilitate quality education. SPMCIL has incurred an expenditure of Rs.102.52 lacs, Rs.293.19 lacs and Rs.102.25 lacs respectively during the year 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13.
• As on date 1309 students are studying in the schools in Pre-Primary, Class I, II & III comprising of 51.91% girls and 48.81% boys

EDUCATION 2013-14

  • As a part of CSR initiatives SPMCIL signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Bharti Foundation on 19.10.2010 to promote education in the backward areas with special focus on girl child. As per MoU, land was provided by Bharti Foundation and SPMCIL constructed 9 (Nine) Primary Schools in the District Murshidabad of West Bengal. SPMCIL has also provided necessary funding for furniture and equipment to facilitate quality education. SPMCIL has incurred an expenditure of `102.52 lacs, `293.19 lacs, `102.25 lacs and `7.38 lacs during the year   2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 respectively.
  • As on date 1601 students are studying in the schools in Pre-Primary,    Class I, II & III comprising of 51.19% girls and 48.81% boys.

EDUCATION 2012-13

• As a part of CSR initiatives SPMCIL signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Bharti Foundation on 19.10.2010 to promote education in the backward areas with special focus on girl child. As per MoU, Land was provided by Bharti Foundation and SPMCIL has constructed 9 (Nine) Primary Schools in the District Murshidabad of West Bengal. SPMCIL has also provided necessary funding for furniture and equipment to facilitate quality education. SPMCIL has incurred an expenditure of Rs.102.52 lacs, Rs.293.19 lacs and Rs.102.25 lacs respectively during the year 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13.
• As on date 1309 students are studying in the schools in Pre-Primary, Class I, II & III comprising of 51.91% girls and 48.81% boys..

•    SPMCIL has provided Mobile VAN for Rural Health Services in Raigad District of Maharashtra  through Indian Red Cross Society amounting to `15.00 lacs, out of which a sum of `7,50,000 was incurred during 2012-13 and  `7,19,733/- during 2013-14.

•    SPMCIL has provided 4 Nos. food distribution vehicles at Medak (AP) to Akshaya Patra Foundation at a cost of `27,01,800/- in Hoshangabad District.

•    SPMCIL has provided aids and appliances to the disabled persons through ALIMCO, Kanpur at a cost of `15,15,137/-.

•    SPMCIL has provided Financial Assistance for 500 Nos. of polio effected children through Narayan Sewa Sansthan, Udaipur at a cost of `17,00,000/-. 

•     SPMCIL has provided Ultra Sound Scanner to Rama Krishna Mission Rajahmundry East Godavari District of (AP) at a cost of Rs. 27.00 lacs.

•    SPMCIL has also provided Mobile VAN for rendering of health service in the rural area through Indian Red Cross Society Mumbai at a cost of Rs.15.00 lacs. Out of ` Rs. 15 lacs a sum of Rs. 7.50 lacs has already been released during the year 2012-13 and balance amount will be spent during 2013-14.

HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 2013-14

•    SPMCIL has provided Mobile VAN for Rural Health Services in Raigad District of Maharashtra  through Indian Red Cross Society amounting to `15.00 lacs, out of which a sum of `7,50,000 was incurred during 2012-13 and  `7,19,733/- during 2013-14.

•    SPMCIL has provided 4 Nos. food distribution vehicles at Medak (AP) to Akshaya Patra Foundation at a cost of `27,01,800/- in Hoshangabad District.

•    SPMCIL has provided aids and appliances to the disabled persons through ALIMCO, Kanpur at a cost of `15,15,137/-.

•    SPMCIL has provided Financial Assistance for 500 Nos. of polio effected children through Narayan Sewa Sansthan, Udaipur at a cost of `17,00,000/-. 

HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 20012-13
• SPMCIL has provided Ultra Sound Scanner to Rama Krishna Mission Rajahmundry East Godavari District of (AP) at a cost of Rs. 27.00 lacs.

• SPMCIL has also provided Mobile VAN for rendering of health service in the rural area through Indian Red Cross Society Mumbai at a cost of Rs.15.00 lacs. Out of ` Rs. 15 lacs a sum of Rs. 7.50 lacs has already been released during the year 2012-13 and balance amount will be spent during 2013-14.

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India Government Mint, Mumbai (Maharashtra)

India Government Mint, Mumbai (Maharashtra)

Information On – Feb 10, 2018
India Government Mint, Mumbai (Maharashtra)

 

Information On – Feb 01, 2018
India Government Mint, Mumbai (Maharashtra)

Mumbai Mint is one of the oldest mints of India. Present Mumbai mint was constructed between the years 1824 and 1829 by Capt. John Hawkins of Bombay Engineers. Initially Mumbai Mint was under the administrative control of government of Bombay. In 1876, Mumbai mint was transferred to the Government of India by finance Department Resolution NO 247,dated 18.05.1876.

In the year 2006, Government of India took a decision to Corporatize all the Mints & Presses working under the Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance. Accordingly Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Limited (SPMCIL) was formed after corporatisation of nine units including four mints, four presses and one paper mill which were earlier functioning under the Ministry of Finance. The Company was incorporated on 13.01.2006 under the Companies Act, 1956 with its headquarters at 16th Floor, Jawahar Vyapar Bhawan, Janpath, New Delhi. SPMCIL, a Miniratna Category-I CPSE, and wholly owned Schedule “A” Company of Government of India. Thus India Government Mint, Mumbai erstwhile a Government Industrial Department under Ministry of Finance is now a unit of SPMCIL.

Our Functions:

Coining:

The main activity of Mumbai Mint is manufacturing of coins. Two types of coins are manufactured in Mumbai Mint.

1. Circulation Coins of various denominations.
2. Commemorative Coins : These are basically issued in two forms – Proof variety and uncirculated variety. The proof coins are of highest quality with frost finish, whereas uncirculated coins are of very good quality with mirror finish .

Medals:
Medal department manufactures Medals for various departments of Government of India as well as non-Government organizations, Universities, Educational Institutions, Societies, Temple Trusts like Tirupati Devasthanams Shirdi, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board , Siddhi Vinayak Temple Trust etc.

Weights & Measures :

Mumbai Mint supplies Reference, Secondary and Working Standard sets of Weights and Measures to all state governments of India.

Gold Processing and refining :

Mumbai Mint is engaged in melting, refining and preparation of gold alloys of different purity as per requirement of customers. We have state -of –the- art facility to process gold up to a fineness of 995.0 which is now upgraded for achieving fineness up to 999.9 by Electrolytic process.
Mumbai Mint produces Gold Bars of standard fineness and purity in 10g, 50g, 100g, 500g & 1000g bars. This product has great brand value and is much sought after by one and all. The bars are also known as Mumbai Mint Standard bars in the market.

India Government Mumbai follows various procedures and guidelines for its smooth operations received from SPMCIL & various Departments of India Government . Some of them are as under:
1. Manuals issued by Company:
3. Guidelines of Chief Vigilance Commission
4. Compliance of provisions of Statutes, etc.
5. Guidelines received from administrative ministry /DOPT from time to time and as applicable in respect of Govt. optees.

Career

Recruitment Related Query: recruitmentcell@spmcil.com

Admit card for typing and shorthand test

Published on    :     Jan 27, 2023
Unit              :          India Government Mint, Mumbai
Last Date      :         Feb 18, 2023
 

Legal Empanelment Notice and Application Form

Published on    :     Jan 06, 2023
Unit              :          India Government Mint, Mumbai
Last Date      :         Jan 27, 2023
 

Result of Engraver( Sculpture )

Published on          :  Nov 18, 2022
Unit                     :  India Government Mint, Mumbai
 

Recruitment of Security Officer and Consultant (Security)

Published on          :  Nov 21, 2022
Unit                     :  India Government Mint, Mumbai
 
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Advt. 06- 2022 Recruitment for posts of Engravers and Junior Office Assistant (OL)

Published on          :  Nov 05, 2022
Unit                     :  India Government Mint, Mumbai
 

Advt No. 02/2022: Engagement of One Consultant (IT) and One Consultant (Gold Trading/Hedging)

Published on             :       Jul 25, 2022
Unit                             :       SPMCIL, Corporate Office, New Delhi
Last Date                    :       Aug 27, 2022

Counter Sale

Counter sale of Commemorative coin sets by India Government Mint, Mumbai

India Government Mint, Mumbai (A Unit of Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Ltd.) has started sale of commemorative coin sets of different themes through the commemorative coin sales counter.

The coin sets may be purchased by providing details as per the order form available on our website igmmumbai.spmcil.com. The forms will also be made available at the counter in Mint premises. Payment through cheque and cash will not be accepted. The coin sets can be purchased on any working day from Monday to Friday between 10 AM to 12 Noon.The coin sets will be delivered across the counter on receipt of payment as stated above.

Counter Sale Price Click here to Download

than 10 coins per theme only.

*The counter will remain closed on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays.

*In order to facilitate smooth functioning of counter sale, maximum of 30 persons will be allowed per day on first come and first serve

Address:
India Govt. Mint,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Road,
Next to RBI Central office,
Fort, Mumbai – 400 001

Sr. NoThemeYearDenomination (₹)Sale Price (₹)
160 Years of Commonwealth (Proof)2009Rs.100 and Rs.515639
2Homi Bhabha Birth Centenary- (Proof)2020QA Rs. 100 & BM Rs. 1017231
3150 Years of Kuka Movement (Proof)2020QA Rs. 100 & CN Rs. 58707
4150 Years of Kuka Movement (UNC)2020QA Rs. 100 & NB Rs. 56731
5150th Birth Anniversary of Motilal Nehru (Proof)2020QA Rs. 150 & CN Rs. 58846
6150th Birth Anniversary of Motilal Nehru (UNC)2020QA Rs. 150 & CN Rs. 56870
7Acharya Tulsi Birth centenary (Proof)2020QA Rs. 20 & CN Rs. 58846
8Acharya Tulsi Birth centenary (UNC)2020QA Rs. 20 & CN Rs. 56870
9International Day of Yoga (UNC)2020QA Rs. 100 & NB Rs. 106076
10150 Years of Allahabad High Court (Proof)2020QA Rs. 150 & CN Rs. 57266
11Centenary Celebration of Banaras Hindu University (Proof)2020QA Rs. 100 & NB Rs. 107266
12Centenary Celebration of Banaras Hindu University (UNC)2020QA Rs. 100 & NB Rs. 105638
13Centenary of Komagata Maru Incident(Proof)2020QA Rs. 100 & CN Rs. 56685
14Centenary of Komagata Maru Incident(UNC)2020QA Rs. 100 & CN Rs. 55174
15Centenary of Mahatma Gandhi’s Return from South Africa(Proof)2020QA Rs. 100 & NB Rs. 106697
16Shree Jagannath Nabakalebara (Proof)2020QA Rs. 100 & NB Rs. 105186
17Shree Jagannath Nabakalebara (Proof)2020QA Rs. 1000 & NB Rs. 106628
18Shree Jagannath Nabakalebara (UNC)2020QA Rs. 1000 & NB Rs. 105373
19National Archive of India (Proof)2020QA Rs. 125 & NB Rs. 106176
20National Archive of India (UNC)2020QA Rs. 125 & NB Rs. 104782
21Univeristy of Mysore (Proof)2020QA Rs. 100 & CN Rs. 56176
22Univeristy of Mysore (UNC)2020QA Rs. 100 & CN Rs. 54782
23Atal Bihari Vajpayee (Proof)2020QA Rs.1004317
24Atal Bihari Vajpayee (UNC)2020QA Rs.1004038
25Bicentenenary of Paika Bidroha (Proof)2020QA Rs.2004317
26Bicentenenary of Paika Bidroha (UNC)2020QA Rs.2004038
2775th Years of First Flag Hosting by Netaji (Proof)2020QA Rs.754317
2875th Years of First Flag Hosting by Netaji (UNC)2020QA Rs.753749
29350th Prakash Utsav of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji (Proof)2020QA Rs.3503579
30350th Prakash Utsav of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji (UNC)2020QA Rs.3503451

Note:

  1. The coin sets available for countersale can be purchased by visiting the counter in person only.
  2. No request for booking and delivery through post will be entertained and Mint will not be responsible for the demnd drafts / pay orders sent by post/courier for booking these coin sets.
  3. 10(Ten) sets of each variety of every theme can be purchased by an individual.
  4. The above listed coin sets can also be purchased online by visiting the link. (Online Counter Sale)
  5. The coin set at counter can be booked through Credit Card/Debit Card and UPI only.

PS: The availability of the themes may vary depending upon the sale of coin sets of individual themes with respect to daily stock position.

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