:: CGEWHO ::
(Under M/O Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation )
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Central Government Employees Welfare Housing Organization (CGEWHO), was formed in 1990. Begining its inning with its first project at Chennai in 1994, CGEWHO is now 26 years old organization, richly experienced in the housing sector. Having completed 32 projects with 13927 no. of DUs, we are now gearing up to play a wider role in implementing the housing policies of the Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation. CGEWHO is already following the major guidelines of Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA) and is ready to implement its requirements in totality after the issue of notification by the State Governments. As a welfare organization, working on `No Profit – No Loss’ basis, CGEWHO has recently taken up it’s landmark project at Greater Noida, wherein 33 lac Sqft of built up area is being constructed in a multi-storey configuration as an ultra modern housing complex. Important environmental guidelines like Solar Energy usage, Organic Waste Management, Rain Water Harvesting, provisioning of sufficient green areas and facilities like Health Care, Education and Convenient Shopping for residents are being provided to fulfil the aspirations of approximately 10000 populace . In addition to the Greater Noida project, CGEWHO is also coming up with projects in Chennai Phase –III, S A S Nagar, Meerut & Vishakhapatnam in the near future.

We are also participating in the `Housing For All’ mission under Credit Linked Saving Scheme being implemented in CGEWHO projects wherein a maximum subsidy of Rs.2.2 lac is provided to the beneficiaries whose income is less than Rs.6 lacs per annum and have applied for `A’ type dwelling unit which has a carpet area of less than 60 sqm. A land bank is being generated for taking up more projects in future. CGEWHO is gearing up to embrace ISO 9001 for its Head Office, in a bid to have a Professional touch and to keep pace with modern techniques. A quick grievance settlement mechanism is being adopted in the Organisation. In order to make it more beneficiary friendly we are migrating from existing software systems to a latest technology system. A marketing team is being recruited to facilitate various requirements of the beneficiaries.

Despite the country-wide slump in the real estate market which resulted into large number of cancellations, CGEWHO is determined to complete its existing projects to maintain and continue the unflinching trust reposed by the beneficiaries in CGEWHO since its inception in 1990. In the present scenario the marketing plays a vital role of providing information to the prospective beneficiaries.Therefore,the in vogue marketing systems are being followed to dissipate the strengths of CGEWHO to the individuals, who can then take considered decision. The website of CGEWHO has been revamped and now it gives details of vacant DUs / Parkings in the corresponding schemes. The website also gives status of the on-going projects alongwith actual photographs of the same.

We have achieved a turnover of Rs.98 Crs during the year 2015-16 and have ambitiously defined for increasing our turn over to Rs.200 Cr in the coming year 2016-17.

CGEWHO is committed to good quality, speedy construction, transparency and value for money. Our housing complexes are being planned with specifications comparable to reputed builders, at a much lower cost being a No Profit No Loss Organisation.

CGEWHO, today endeavors for an inclusive growth and a win-win situation. It intends to work with a motto of ‘A team work makes the dream works possible’.

I would like to place on record, my appreciation towards commitment and hard work put in by the officers and staff of CGEWHO in achieving its objectives. I would also like to profusely thank the Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation (Govt of India), Members of General Body, Governing Council and Executive Committee of CGEWHO for their valuable guidance and support.

(Bhupinder Singh)
Chief Executive Officer