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Contractors whose near relatives are Divisional Accountant or Engineering Officers between the grades of Chief Engineer and Junior Engineer (both inclusive) in the Central Water Commission (CWC) will not be allowed to tender for works in the respective Regional office responsible for award and execution of contract is the one where the near relative is working.
Before submitting the tender it is presumed that the tenderer has understood the exact requirement of the Purchaser and visited hydrological observation sites on rivers run by Central Water Commission to understand the facilities and accessibility.
This rule reflects the minimum requirements of the Missouri Clean Water Commission as regards adequacy of design, submission of plans, approval of plans and approval of completed sewage works.
Background of Organization- Central Water Commission is a premier Technical Organization of India in the field of Water Resources and is presently functioning as an attached office of the Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, Government of India.
If others desire to receive addenda or supplements, please advise the Clean Water Commission so that names can be added to the mailing list.
For conducting electronic tendering, Central Water Commission has decided to use the portal https://www.tcil-india- electronictender.com through TCIL, a Government of India Undertaking.
CAW has imposed an absolute prohibition against any communication or contact ("Cone of Silence") with any other CAW personnel, CAW consultant, or Central Arkansas Water Commission (CAWC) member regarding this solicitation process.
The contract shall arrange for the safety in his operation as required including the provisions in the safety manual published by the Central Water Commission New Delhi.
For conducting electronic tendering, Central Water Commission has decided to use the portal https://www.tcil-india-electronictender.com through TCIL, a Government of India Undertaking.
Central Water Commission, Ministry of Jal Shakti, Government of India has prepared “Operational Procedures for Assessing and Managing Environmental Impacts in Existing Dam Projects” and is under publication as a guiding document for the dam owners to systematically address in advance the environmental safeguard requirements and have discussed in detail all applicable legal requirement.