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GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS

Burma Circle

Area between Mandalay and Thabeitkyin
Area north of Thabeitkyin
Amherst district
Yengan State, Kyaukse and Meiktila districts

Sino-British Boundary Commission
North-eastern Circle

Garo Hills, Assam

Khasi and Jaintia Hills district, Assam
North-western Circle

Baluchistan
South Waziristan
North Waziristan
Peshawar and Mardan districts, North-West Frontier Pro-

vince.
Baramula and Uri districts, Kashmir
Karakoram, Shaksgam, Aghil
Udhampur and Jammu districts, Jammu, Kashmir
Simla Hills, Punjab
Kangra district, Chamba State, Hoshiarpur and Ambala

districts and Patiala State, Punjab
Garhwal district, Tehri Garhwal State, Dehra Dun district,

United Provinces ; Sirmur State, Punjab
Southern Circle

Bastar State, Eastern States Agency
Bhandara district, Central Provinces, Nandgaon and Khaira-

garh States, Eastern States Agency
Drug district, Central Provinces

Jashpur State, Eastern States Agency BIBLIOGRAPHY

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DURING the period under report the officers of the Department

as

DR. C. S. Fox

Superintending Geologists.

Returned from the field in Assam on the

20th February, 1937. Granted leave out of India on average pay from the 16th March, 1937, to the 23rd November, 1937. Attended the XVIIth session of the International Geological

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MR. E. L. G. CLEGG

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on

Mr. H. CROOKSHANK

Congress in Russia in interruption of leave from the 1st July, 1937, to the 31st July,

1937.

On return from leave placed in charge of the Northeastern Circle and continued the geological survey of the Garo Hills district, Assam. Left for the field

the 11th December, 1937. Continued in charge of the Burma Circle,

working near Mandalay and Thabeitkyin. Placed foreign service in Burma from the 1st April, 1937, in charge of the Burma Geological Department. Returned from the field

the 17th April, 1937. Granted combined leave out of India from the 1st June to the 14th Novem

ber, 1937. Continued in charge of the Southern

Circle, mapping in the Bastar State. Investigated the water-supply problem

of Belgaum cantonment and visited a deposit of

copper-ore Udaigiri in the Nellore district between the 12th and 23rd January, 1937. Returned to headquarters on the 4th May, 1937. Left for the field on the 7th November, 1937, to continue his systematic survey of the Bastar State. Visited the Kerendi Hill, Jubbulpore, in connection with a water-supply problem on the 24th

November, 1937.
Geological survey

in the North-West Frontier Province and in charge of the North-western Circle. Investigated the water-supply problems of certain areas in Baluchistan between the 4th and 9th January, 1937. Visited the Makerwal Colliery from the 4th to

near

DR. A. L. COULSON

the 6th February, 1937. Examined the Malakand Hydro-electric works between the 18th and the 20th March, 1937. Returned from the field on the 19th August, 1937.

MR. E. J. BRADSHAW

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as

MR. D. N. WADIA

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Geologists. . Continued

Resident Government Geologist, Yenangyaung,

and official member of the Advisory Board of the Yenangyaung

and

Singu Oilfields. Placed on foreign service under the Government of Burma from the 1st April, 1937. Officiated Superintending Geologist from 1st June to

14th November, 1937.
At headquarters. Officiated as Superin-

tending Geologist vice Dr. Fox
leave and held charge of the North-
eastern Circle from the 16th March,
1937, to the 23rd November, 1937.
Attached to the North-western Circle

continue his previous work in Kash-
mir and Jammu State.
Remained at headquarters Petro-

logist. Continued in charge of the office as Assist

ant Director till the 29th April, 1937. Visited the

the salt mines of Khewra, Chanuwala, Makrach and Kalabagh and the Makerwal Colliery between the 25th January, 1937 and the 7th February, 1937. Examined

well site at Tinpahar in Santal Parganas and visited the sandstone quarries of Mangal Hat on the 24th February, 1937. Granted leave out of India on average pay for 6 months combined with study leave for 12 months from the 30th April, 1937.

Dr. J. A. DUNN

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MR. W. D. WEST

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DR. M. S. KRISHNAN

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Mapping in the Central Provinces. Examined
the Pench
River dam site

between the 11th and the 14th January, 1937. Visited Rewa State in connection with a hydro-electric scheme from the 13th to the 19th February, 1937.

Returned to headquarters

20th February, 1937. As member of the North-western Circle left for field work in the Simla Hills on the 1st March, 1937. Returned to Calcutta the 25th April, 1937, and placed in charge of the office

Assistant Director from the 30th April, 1937. Relinquished office member of the

Coal Mining Committee and resumed charge of his duties in the Geological Survey of India on the 10th April, 1937. Attached to the Southern Circle to work in Singhbhum and in the Eastern States Agency. Left for the

field on the 19th November, 1937. Mapping in the Mussoorie Himalayas.

Returned to headquarters on the 10th
April, 1937. Left for work with the
Karakoram Expedition on the 29th
April, 1937, and returned on the
10th September,

1937.

Granted combined leave out of India for 11 months and 24 days from the 21st

October, 1937.
Returned to Rangoon after work with

the Sino-British Boundary Commis-
sion to the Wa States

on the 22nd May, 1937. Arrived in Calcutta transfer

on
the

27th May, 1937. Granted combined leave out of India for 16 months and

and 16 days from the 19th June, 1937. Returned to headquarters from the

Bastar State on the 21st April, 1937.

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DR. P. K. GHOSH.

DR. M. R. SAHNI

Me. A. M. N. GHOSH

Attached to the Southern Circle

Circle to work in the Bastar State. Left for the field on the 15th November,

1937. Remained at

at headquarters as Palaeontologist. Returned from the field on the 7th May,

1937. Attached to the North-eastern Circle for work in the Khasi and Jaintia Hills district, Assam. Left for

the field on the 28th December, 1937. Appointed Geologist, Geological Survey

of India, and joined the Department from the 13th May, 1937. Attached to the Southern Circle. Left for field work in the Jubbulpore district the 7th November,

and returned to headquarters on

on the 26th November, 1937. Detailed for work in the Eastern States Agency.

DR. B. C. Roy

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1937,

Chemist.
Dr. R. K. DUTTA Roy. Remained at headquarters.

MR. D. BHATTACHARJI

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MR. B. C. GUPTA

Assistant Geologists.
Returned from the field the 2nd

May, 1937. Attached to the
Southern Circle for work in the
Balaghat district, and in the Khaira-
garh and Kawardha States, C. P. Left

for the field on the 14th November, 1937. Returned from the field on the 29th April, 1937. Granted leave

average pay for 1 month and 24 days from the 25th May, 1937. Attached to the Southern Circle and detailed to tinue geological survey in the Drug district and in the Nandgaon State, C. P. Left for the field on the 15th November,

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