Governor has been pleased to accord approval for disposal of scrap/ condemned/ obsolete items through e-auction portal of MSTC Limited for which upto 3% of the H1 (sale value) may be allowed to MSTC Limited as service charges.
Public Works Department, Govt. of West Bengal
Public Works Department provides infrastructural support for both original and repair works to all the departments directly under the Govt. of West Bengal. Tabular View
The committee shall act as ‘Directorial Committee’ of Public Works Directorate; The cases relating to preparation and finalization of Gradation List of Group – ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ employees;
The Department of Personnel & Administrative Reforms (e-Governance Cell) has accorded approval in respect of direct engagement under Government and extending service benefits to the above mentioned Computer Operators engaged contractually in different offices under Public Works Department.
An Act to provide for regulation and control the activities of persons dealing with public works under the Government of West Bengal in the Public Works Department and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto;
Requisitioning departments to decide the acceptance of tender or decision of re-tendering and other related issues, once tenders are finalised by PWD Engineering Officers since administrative approval and financial sanction for the project/ scheme is originally accorded by the Department concerned.
Guidelines for streamlining the process and procedures for laying of new pipelines for water supply schemes along/ in existing roads and shifting of pipelines for widening and improvement of roads infrastructure.
To avoid such damages and for the smooth vehicular movement it is hereby directed that no Speed Breakers/ Humps over the roads would be constructed, without getting Departmental concurrence.
With effect from 1st February, 2019 such workers, on attaining the age of 60 (sixty) years, will be entitled to one time terminal benefit of Rs. 3.00 Lakh in place of existing Rs. 2.00 Lakh.
Construction sites have to be specially monitored so that mosquito larvae does not breed in the site. Debris should be removed regularly. No water should be allowed to remain stagnant at the site.
If it is found that roads are damaged and no action has been taken for repair, necessary disciplinary action may be taken against the errant officers.