• The Civil Construction Wing (CCW) was established on 26th January, 1971. Prior to this, CPWD was handling all the Civil Works pertaining to various units of Ministry of Information & Broadcasting. The construction of buildings for new projects and maintenance of existing buildings of All India Radio and Doordarshan and other media units under the Ministry of I&B, are carried out by Civil Construction Wing, All India Radio.
  • The CCW was declared central public works organization by MIB on 31st Jan 2008.The Rule, 133(2) of GFR 2017 recognizes civil wing (CCW) of Ministry of Information & Broadcasting as Public Works Organization. The CCW as public works organization executes works for other Ministries, Departments, Autonomous Bodies and PSEs.
  • Administratively, CCW is a part of the Directorate General, All India Radio and is headed by the Chief Engineer (Civil). CCW reports to DG: All India Radio through Engineer-in-Chief, AIR. At the Headquarters of Civil Construction Wing, Chief Engineer (Civil) is assisted by Superintending Surveyor of Works, Senior Architects, Engineer Officers, Financial Advisor and other complementary staff working with these officers.
  • The CCW has its presence throughout the country and has 7 Civil Circles, 3 Electrical Circles, 24 Civil Divisions, 11 Electrical divisions and one Architectural Unit. CCW has Technical Staff Strength of 687 employees for construction and maintenance of AIR & Doordarshan buildings from Kargil to Kanyakumari and Ziro (Arunanchal Pradesh) to Bhuj (Gujrat).
  • The Civil Construction Wing has the credit of construction of tallest RCC TV Towers across the country.

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