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Central Water Commission

(Serving the nation since 1945)

Human Resource Management

Human Resource Wing of Central Water Commission looks into administrative, establishment and personnel service matters such as recruitment/appointments, promotion/ACPs, transfers, deputation, confirmation, seniority, recruitment rules, sanction of leave, grant of various advances, fixation of pay and allowances, maintenance of service books and leave accounts, conduct rules, disciplinary and vigilance matters, cadre review, reimbursement of medical claims, career management of employees of Central Water Commission at headquarters (HQ) as well field formations, matters related to various court cases, maintenance of confidential reports of officers and staff of CWC and training of newly recruited and in-service CWC officers.  
HRM wing is headed by a Chief Engineer and is assisted by Secretary, CWC, Director (Technical Coordination) , Director (Procurement Construction and Planning ), Director (Water Systems Engineering), Director (Training) from Central Water Engineering (Group ‘A’) Services (CWES) and Director (Administration), Director (Establishment) and Deputy Secretary from other services. CE (HRM) directly reports to the Chairman, CWC. 
This wing also deals with service matters of officials belonging to cadres other than CWES Gr ‘A’ Service.    CE, HRM, being its head, periodically reviews the recruitment/promotion aspects of all cadres.

Director (Technical Coordination)

Director  (TC) is  responsible  for,  coordination of technical activities of CWC with MoWR,RD & GR and within CWC particularly  parliament  questions  related  matters, providing  assistance to  Chairman, CWC in technical activities associated with water resources sector, registration and empanelment  of consultants in the field of water resources sector, monitoring and coordinating the  study  on  restructuring   of  CWC, preparation   of Annual Report of CWC, collection, compilation and submission of material for weekly/monthly/half­ yearly/yearly returns to the Ministry. It compiles  significant activities of CWC from  each wing, HRM unit  including Training Dte, and  forward  it  to  S M Dte  for  updating  the CWC web-site on monthly  or periodical basis. This Dte is tasked to prepare/coordinate     the      stand      of     CWC   to counter/buttress views that frequently pop up in media. This unit   provides   feed / inputs to   all   Members   and Chairman, CWC as and when required.

Director (Training)

Training Directorate arranges and co-ordinates activities related  to  capacity building /training  programmes/  seminars/workshops  on Jal Kranti etc. in fields of water Resources Sector for in-service offices of CWC and other Central/State  Govt. Departments  and their Organisations;  Development  of training    facilities    and infrastructure   in    all    field organisations.    Training Directorate    also arranges Apprenticeship Training for fresh     engineering graduates/diploma holders/vocational certificate holders in collaboration with Board of Apprenticeship Training, Kanpur. This directorate also coordinate with all coordination   directorates of CWC to push forward capacity building of Human resources in CWC at all levels.  It also coordinate with NWA for routine meetings of Program Advisory Committee/Advisory Committee of NWA; Collects PIs of NWA/feedbacks of trainees, and place it before higher authorities in CWC; to maintain a pool of distinguished guest faculty of diverse areas, and arrange their talks on diverse/burning topics as often as it is possible at both CWC (HQ) and NWA, Pune. It maintains a database of all officers of their training records, and works for their capacity building aligned with CWC training policy.

Procurement Construction and Planning (PCP) Directorate

Director (PCP) is responsible for, maintenance of office premises as well as physical infrastructure of in Sewa Bhawan, West Block No.1 and West Block No 2, which  include  regular upkeep of space occupied   by  CWC, procurement  and  distribution  of stationery, office furniture  etc., installation/shifting/ maintenance  of  telephones  provided  at  office  & residence  of  officers  and  maintenance  of  EPBAX,  fax, water coolers, photo-copying machines, cars and other vehicles for ewe headquarters.

Secretary, CWC

Secretary, CWC is looking  after establishment matters of officers  belonging CWES and  matters  related  to vigilance,  accounts,  budget,  O&M,   Commission meetings etc. Secretary, CWC is also designated as Vigilance Officer and Grievance officer for CWC. Make attempts to revisit establishment related old OMs/guidelines/office procedures, and tune it to the need of current challenges.  Also, Conducts periodical review of   issues with   all   Directors   (Coordination)   vital   for holding Commission Meeting.

Water System Engineering

Director (WSE) is responsible for, application of various system engineering models for water resources planning, development and management considering basin/sub-basin as hydrological unit, providing technical assistance to state governments in application of system engineering techniques for optimum and efficient utilization & development of water resources and carrying out studies related to drought. Water System Engineering Directorate, CWC has also been entrusted with the managing IEC activities of CWC with help of Social Media accounts etc.