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Engineer-in-Chief, RWS&S

 
He is the head of the organization and accountable to the Government in all matters relating to RWS&S Department. He is a responsible advisor to State Government on all matters relating to RWS&S Engineering Department.
Overall control on both administration and technical matters.
Overall incharge of the organization for effective formulation, implementation and monitoring of the programmes and schemes entrusted to the organization with budgetary control.
Overall accountability in matters relating to LF Audit, AG Audit and Public Accounts Committee (PAC).
To recommend to the State Government removal, transfers & Postings of S.Es. & E.Es.
He is empowered to transfer Dy. E.Es. with in their zones.
To see that budget allotments of the year under various schemes and programmes are fully expended.
 
Chief Engineer, (Rural Water Supply & Projects)
 
He works under the control of Engineer-in-chief
Exercise technical control over Superintending Engineers, RWS/ Executive Engineers, RWS/ Dy. Executive Engineers, RWS/Section Officers, RWS and all other subordinate staff working under his control.
Overall incharge of formulation, implementation, monitoring and satisfactory completion of all schemes taken up under RWS, ARWS programmes SMP, NABARD, PMGY etc.
To maintain Hand pump systems and CPWS schemes in the State.
To monitor the pace of implementation and take suitable measures for timely completion of programmes and schemes.
To collect information needed by the Engineer-in-chief or the Government and submit consolidated report in time.
To attend to PAC paras, LF and AG Audits
Timely submission of Utilisation certificates.
He is responsible for obtaining clearance of State Level Advisory Committee for all RWS Schemes.
Overall incharge of implementation of Rural Sanitation Programme.
 
Project Director (PD, SWSM)
 
He works under the control of Engineer-in-chief
He is incharge for Information, Education & Communication (IEC) programme launched by Government of India to create awareness among people awareness through mass media about Water Supply and Sanitation.
In-charge of UNICEF Assisted Training Programmes
To monitor the pace of progress and take suitable measures for timely completion of Water Supply and Sanitation programmes of PRIs.
To collect information needed by the Engineer-in-chief or the Government and submit consolidated report in time.
To attend to PAC paras, LF and AG Audits
Timely submission of Utilisation certificates.
He is responsible for obtaining clearance of State Level Advisory Committee for all RWS Schemes.
He is over all in-charge of maintaining of CARD centre and Water Quality Labs
Overall incharge of implementation of Reform projects like Swajaladhara, Rural Sanitation Programme etc.
 
Chief Engineer, CCDU
 
He works under the control of Engineer-in-Chief
He is over all in-charge of all the training programs of the entire PRED
He has to evolve and conduct training courses for sector professionals and Gross root level training at field level.
To collect information needed by the Engineer-in-chief or the Government and submit consolidated report in time.
 
Chief Engineer (Vigilance and Quality Assurance)
 
He works under the control of Engineer-in-chief
Exercises control over the Vigilance Circles & Divisions
Exercises regular Vigilance and Quality Control checks in respect of all works programme of the department.
In addition to periodic inspections, he shall inspect works on specific complaints received by ENC & Governemnt.
He should see that Quality Audit is done periodically and also evolve suitable action against contractors as well as Engineers in charge of work, in case of violation of proper quality standards.
He is the state Quality Monitor for PMGSY works.
 
Superintending Engineer, RWS & Projects
 
He is under the control of Chief Engineer (RWS) and (Projects)
He is the technical head for RWS Circle
He controls all technical personnel working under him both administratively and technically.
He is responsible to implement, monitor the programmes and ensure quality schemes sanctioned in his jurisdiction under all schemes sanctioned under MNP programme, ARWS programme, SMP, Janmabhoomi, PMGY, NABARD etc.
Establishing and maintenance of Hand pump systems, PWS and CPWS schemes
All works sanctioned under Rural Sanitation Programme
Responsible for the preparation of contingent plan for drought situations and crisis management during cyclones and floods.
He is responsible for preparation of optimum inventory, procurement in time and utilization of materials for maintenance of hand pumps.
To collect information needed by the Chief Engineers, Engineer-in-chief or Government and submit consolidated report in time.
Technical control over E.Es./Dy. E.E.s/and Section Officers, RWS and projects and other subordinate staff working under his control.
To attend to PAC paras, LF and AG Audits
He is responsible for enforcing the conditions of the agreement, in respect of agreements concluded by him.
He has to maintain rapport with the District Administration, ZP and other District Officers particularly Superintending Engineer (AP Transco)
Submission of monthly progress reports and other periodicals insisted by higher authorities.
He has to distribute the grants to various divisions under his control and is responsible for submission of Utilisation Certificates.
inspection of Division offices to ensure proper maintenance of records and adherence of rules.
He has to attend all meetings conducted by the Heads of Department and Government.
 
Executive Engineer, RWS & Projects
 
He is under the control of Superintending Engineer (RWS) and (Projects)
He is the technical head for RWS Division
He is paying authority for all expenditures including work bills and responsible for maintenance of cash book and cheque book.
He controls all technical personnel working under him both administratively and technically.
He is responsible to implement, monitor the programmes and ensure quality schemes sanctioned in his jurisdiction under MNP programme, ARWS programme, SMP, Janmabhoomi, NABARD, PMGY
Establishing and maintenance of Hand pump systems, PWS and CPWS schemes.
All works sanctioned under Rural Sanitation Programme.
Responsible for the preparation of contingent plan for drought situations and crisis management during cyclones and floods.
He is responsible for preparation of optimum inventory, procurement in time and utilization of materials for maintenance of hand pumps.
To collect information needed by the Superintending Engineer (RWS), Chief Engineer (RWS), and Engineer-in-chief and submit consolidated report in time.
Technical and Administrative control over Dy. E.E.s and Section Officers, RWS and projects and other subordinate staff working under his control.
He is responsible for getting all vouchers audited by LF and AG Audits and he has to furnish all records needed by A.G audit at the time of audit
He is responsible for enforcing the conditions of the agreement.
He has to assist Zilla Parishad in all matters related to the Rural water Supply.
Submission of monthly progress reports and other periodicals insisted by higher authorities.
Inspection of Sub-Division offices to ensure proper maintenance of records and adherence of rules.
He is responsible for maintaining the records and correctness of all financial transactions
He is responsible to assist Zilla Parishad in the preparation of Budget and annual account on Engineering accounts.
He is responsible for procuring and using M.Books and maintenance of their account
He is responsible for proper maintenance of Departmental stores in his division and correctness of stock account.
He is responsible for testing of water quality and monitor water quality labs.
 
Executive Engineer (Quality Control & Vigilance)
 
He works under the direct control of Chief Engineer (Vigilance)
Exercises control over Dy. Executive Engineers (V&QC) and section officers (V&QC.)
He can inspect any work of the organization in his jurisdiction to maintain quality and prevention of fraud by making test checks.
He is responsible to inspect works of different categories in his jurisdiction periodically.
He is responsible to enforce quality and correct specification.
He is also responsible for conducting detailed investigation of cases referred to him.
 
Dy. Executive Engineer, Rural Water Supply & Projects
 
  He is under the control of Executive Engineer (RWS)
  He is the technical head for RWS Sub Division.
  He controls all technical personnel working under him both administratively and technically.
  He is responsible for preparation of scheduling to implement monitor ensure quality and monitor complete the programmes and schemes sanctioned in his jurisdiction under the following sectors.
 
i. All Schemes sanctioned under MNP Programme.
ii. All schemes sanctioned under ARWS Programme.
iii. Projects and Schemes sanctioned under Sub-Mission and projects sanctioned under Bilateral projects.
iv. Projects and schemes sanctioned by the State Government.
v. Establishing and maintenance of Hand pump systems, PWS and CPWS schemes.
vi. Responsible for preparation and execution of contingent plan for drought situation and crisis management during cyclones and floods
vii. Supervision of Mandal Parishad and Gram Panchayat works in respect of Rural Water Supply.
He is responsible fro preparation of optimum inventory procurement in time and utilization of materials needed for maintenance of hand pumps and schemes.
He is responsible to accept the work both qualitatively and quantitatively and to recommend payment after check measurement of works.
To collect information needed by the Deputy Executive Engineer (RWS) & Superintending Engineer (RWS), Chief Engineer (RWS) and Engineer-in- Chief and submit consolidated reports in time.
He is responsible for getting all the vouchers audited by L.F Audit. He has to furnish all records needed by AG audit at the time of audit and responsible for submission of detailed replies to PAC paras.
He is responsible for enforcing the specifications for various components of work and maintaining rate of progress.
He is responsible in extending support to Gram Panchayats for the maintenance of PWS schemes and conducting water quality tests periodically.
Submission of monthly progress reports and other periodicals insisted by higher authorities.
Inspection of section offices to ensure proper maintenance of records and adherence of rules.
He is responsible for maintaining the records and correctness of financial transactions.
He is responsible for the maintenance and updating all the records.
He is responsible for safe custody of departmental stores and correctness of stock account.
He is responsible for realizing the cost of departmental material supplied to the contractor.
He has to attend general body meetings of Mandal Parishads.
He is responsible for periodical check of Water quality of all DW sources and to provide safe drinking water with assistance of GPs, Mandals, ZPs.
 
Dy. Executive Engineer (Quality Control & Vigilance)
 
He works under the direct control of Executive Engineer (Vigilance)
Exercises control over section officers V&QC.
He can inspect any work of the organization in his jurisdiction to maintain quality and prevention of fraud as directed by the higher authorities.
He is responsible to inspect works of different categories in his jurisdiction periodically.
He is responsible to enforce quality and correct specification.
He is also responsible for conducting detailed investigation of cases referred to him.
 
Section Officer (Rural Water Supply and Projects)
 
He is under the control of Executive Engineer (RWS)
He control Work Inspectors working under him both administratively and technically.
He is responsible to prepare estimates, scheduling, ensure quality, supervise and complete the works sanctioned in his jurisdiction under the following sectors
Construction all schemes sanctioned under MNP, ARWS, SMP and Bilateral Projects.
Establishing and maintenance of hand Pump systems.
Maintenance of PWS schemes and CPWS schemes.
Responsible for the preparation and execution of contingent plan for drought situation and crisis management during cyclones and floods.
He is responsible for preparation of optimum inventory, procurement in time and utilization of materials needed for the maintenance of hand pumps and schemes.
To collect information needed by the Deputy Executive Engineer (RWS), Executive Engineer (RWS) & Superintending Engineer (RWS) and submit consolidated reports in time.
To monitor the pace of implementation of and take suitable measures for timely completion of programmes and schemes.
He is responsible to accept the work both qualitatively and quantitatively and to recommend payment after check measurement of works.
He is responsible for getting all the vouchers audited by L.F Audit. He is responsible for furnishing the records at the time of AGs audit and also submission of replies to PAC paras.
He is responsible for enforcing the conditions of the Agreement and to maintain rate of progress.
He has to assist Gram Panchayat in maintaining the PWS schemes.
He is responsible for maintenance of the records and correctness of data and updating the data.
Submission of monthly progress reports and other periodicals insisted by higher authorities.
He is responsible for the proper maintenance of departmental stores and correctness of accounts.
He has to attend general body meetings of Mandal Parishads.
He is responsible for proper utilization of T & P.
 
Section Officer (Quality Control & Vigilance)
 
He works under the direct control of Executive Engineer (Vigilance)
He can inspect any work of the organization in his jurisdiction to maintain quality and prevention of fraud as directed by the higher authorities.
He is responsible to inspect works of different categories in his jurisdiction periodically.
He is responsible to enforce quality and correct specification.
He is also responsible for conducting detailed investigation of cases referred to him.
 
JOINT DIRECTOR
 
The Joint Director is the overall incharge of the Hydrogeological and Remote Sensing wing of the Departmental and works under Chief Engineer, RWS.
To co-ordinate with other sister organizations like NGRI, CGWB, SGWD, APSIDC, GSI, NRSA, APSRAC etc. in respect of all Geological/ Geophysical activities.
He exercise control over Senior Geologists and Junior Geologists.
To co-ordinate UNICEF supported Projects and training programme.
To provide required and related information while formulating RWS Schemes and Projects including externally aided Projects.
 
SENIOR GEOLOGIST
 
To co-ordinate with the Superintending Engineer/ Executive Engineers, RWS/Projects in the District regarding the scientific source findings and related problems.
To monitor all drinking water source finalisation under RWS and Drought programmes.
To Monitor Geologists/Geophysicists reports and review the working of the Geologists in his jurisdiction.
To co-ordinate and monitor Pump tests for PWS schemes to evaluate Aquifer parameters.
To give guidance to the Geologists/ Geophysicists whenever required and assist in source finalisation for the chronic problematic habitations.
To monitor Geophysical Equipments and Geophysical investigations.
To collect and analyze the scientificdata related to Ground water and Surface water and prepare reports.
To maintain data base pertaining to the Geological investigations for the Water Supply Schemes.
 
JUNIOR GEOLOGITS
 
The source selection of sites for drinking water source development for all types of Water Supply Schemes and monitoring of these sources is the primary responsibility of the Junior Geologist. The scientific location of ground water sources for developing village water supply involved a multi-disciplinary approach and the following activities are envisaged.
 
a) To collect existing data/map pertaining to the area to be investigated.
b) To carry our Remote Sensing and Aerial Photograph data interpretation to derive the following information to supplement Ground Water investigations.
   
 
i. Geology and Structural Analysis
ii. Hydrogeomorphological studies
iii. Fracture and Dyke frequency Analysis
iv. Landuse/ Land cover
v. Soil types
   
c) To carry out hydrogeological investigations such as:
   
 
i. Well inventory for assessing the degree and extent of weathered and fractured zones and depth to basement and water level fluctuations.
ii. Water quality analysis
   
d) To carry out Geophysical surveys to estimate the physical properties of sub surface layers to pin point source for development.
e) To carry out Geo-hydrological investigations for locating structures to augment the Drinking water sources.
f) To carry out Pumping Test to arrive at Safe yield, depth of installation, capacity of pumps and for sustainable drinking water sources.
g) To maintain the date base on Ground water related parameters.
 
WORK INSPECTOR
 
He is under control of Section Officer. He will assist the Section officer in preparation of estimates scheduling ensure quality and supervise the works sanctioned in his jurisdiction.
 
CHEMIST
 
Water quality monitoring & Surveillance & Checking quality problems during Epidemic outbreaks.
To monitor performance of Assistant Chemists and Junior Water Analysts.
To identify quality problem habitations supported with test results.
 
ASSISTANT CHEMIST
 
Guide the Junior Water Analyst.
To provide feed back to EE (RWS), DEE (RWS) on water quality.
To ensure periodical testings of all sources in his jurisdiction
 
JUNIOR WATER ANALYST
 
Quality identification of drinking water sources.
To provide feed back to EE (RWS), DEE (RWS) on water quality.
To ensure periodical testings of all sources in his jurisdiction
 
N.T.P.A. to Engineer-in-Chief
 
Overall control over the Ministerial staff.
To act as a Financial Advisor to the Engineer-in-Chief on all the matters involving financial implications.
To guide the accounts section in the matters of accounts.
To act as Drawing & Disbursing Officer.
To release budget under plan and non plan schemes as per the instructions of Head of the Department.
To review monthly expenditure with reference to release of funds, timely reconciliation of expenditure with Accountant General and to send reconciliation certificates to Accountant General.
To prepare proposals for supplementary grants/ re-appropriation and to ensure timely preparation of savings and excess.
 
DIVISIONAL ACCOUNTS OFFICER (WORKS)
 
To act as a Financial Advisor to Executive Engineer in Division on all the matters involving financial implications.
Overall control over the Ministerial staff in the division.
To guide the accounts section in the matters of accounts.
To release budget under plan and non plan.
To review monthly expenditure with reference to release of funds.
To get vouchers audited by Local Fund Audit.
To furnish records to Accountant General and replies to PAC.
To reconcile accounts with t\Treasury.
To submit Utilisation Certificates.
To inspect Sub-Divisions.
To prepare proposals for supplementary grants/ re-appropriation and to ensure timely preparation of savings and excesses.
Responsible for timely inspection of Section Officers.
 
SUPERINTENDENT
 
Exercise control over Senior Assistant, Junior Assistant & Typist.
Fixation of pay of the employees
Maintenance of the service registers.
Scrutinise applications for sanction of loans and advances.
To watch the receipt of utilization certificates by maintaining registers of utilization.
To assist the Divisisonal Accounts Officer (Works) and N.T.P.A. in maintenance of accounts etc.
To reconcile accounts with Treasury.
To maintain cash books.
 
SENIOR ASSISTANT & JUNIOR ASSISTANT
 
To assist the Superintendent in maintenance of accounts.
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