The first generation of coal miners is getting a lot of attention this year.
But there are also a lot more issues they need to worry about than the first generation.
A recent report by the Coal Institute of India said that the government is failing to meet the needs of its youngest generation of miners, which has become the face of the coal industry.
The report says the government has been unable to meet their needs because it is too slow in making reforms.
The report is based on a survey of over 400 coal miners in the state of Rajasthan, where there are now around 1.2 million people in the industry.
It found that only 10 per cent of the respondents had a high school diploma, compared to 70 per cent in 2013.
The report said the younger generation had been the main beneficiaries of the mining boom, especially in the mining sector, and they had been able to earn enough money to help their families and to start a family.
The survey also showed that the coal sector has experienced a major downturn in recent years.
The sector’s share of the Indian economy declined by nearly half from its peak in 2013 to 14 per cent today.
The institute said it had identified a number of areas where the government needs to improve the situation for the younger miners.
For instance, they were not given enough time to train to be qualified as mining engineers, and were also not given adequate funding for equipment or training.
They also have been unable get their salaries in line with the growth of the industry, it said.
The new generation of mine owners and managers also face many of the same problems as the older generation.
In fact, they face similar challenges as the younger coal miners.
Their lives are not easy, they have no support system, and their job is often too difficult to do, said the Coal India survey.