- Notification regarding the recruitment to the post of Office Assistant cum Computer Operator and Driver on temporary basis 10-Dec-2016
- Special Drive from Male Scheduled Tribe Candidates for engagement of Assistant Engine Operator(AEO) and Technical Jugali(TJ) on contract basis 16-Nov-2016
- Rejected list of candidates for the post of AEO(W/s) and TJ 01-Oct-2016
- Notification regarding the collection of Admit Card for the post of AEO & TJ 30-Sep-2016
- Notification regarding the appointment of Section Officer Grade-I on regular basis 27-Aug-2016
- Corrigendum w.r.t the Office Memorandum No. ACE/PHE/TECH/1-2/2014/14/163 dated 20/08/2013 25-Aug-2016
- Notice inviting application from male candidates for appointment of various posts on contract basis for Imphal City Water Supply System & Imphal Sewerage Phase-I 24-Aug-2016
- Corrigendum w.r.t NIT No. ACE/PHE/TECH/TENDER-1/2013-14/3 dated 21/4/2014 11-Jun-2014
- Corrigendum w.r.t NIT No. ACE/PHE/TECH/TENDER-1/2013-14/3 10-Jun-2014
- Office Memorandum w.r.t the changes in the Open Tender Notice No. ACE/PHE/TECH/TENDER-1/2013-14/3 26-May-2014
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The Public Health Engineering Department is dealing with Planning, Investigation, Execution and Operation and Maintenance of both Urban and Rural Water Supply Schemes in the State. In addition, the Department is also looking after Imphal Sewerage project and Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin) in the State...More
RURAL WATER SUPPLY
The Accelerated Rural Water Supply Programme (ARWSP) was introduced in 1972-73 by the Government of India to assist the States and Union Territories (UTs) to accelerate the pace of coverage of drinking water supply. The entire programme was given a Mission approach with the launch of the Technology Mission on Drinking Water and Related Water Management in 1986.
Urban WATER SUPPLY
In over 50 years of political independence and economic development, India has not been able to ensure the most basic of human needs safe drinking water for all its citizens. Rural areas contain the largest number of people without access to safe water but, in common with many developing countries, the fastest growing unserved populations live in urban and peri-urban areas.