Directorate of Muncipal Affairs
Government of Nagaland

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  • Programmes under the Department:           

As per the Government MEMO NO.UD/T-179/ULB/09/PT-1 dated Kohima, the 25th July 2015, the Directorate of Municipal Affairs is empowered to perform and carry out the following duties and responsibilities:

 

1.      Preparation of Master Plans.

2.      Assist and co-ordinate the functioning of the ULBs.

3.      Implementation of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) – Housing for All (Urban).

4.      Capacity Building of the ULBs.

5.      Building Bye-Laws.

6.      Finance Commission Awards.

7.     Grants to the ULBs.

8.     Urban Poverty alleviation programs.

9.     Backward region grant fund (BRGF).

10.   Sanitation and Solid Waste Management.

11.   Slum improvement / up gradation.

12.   City Beautification / Aesthetic Programs.

13.   Public Conveniences including street lighting, parking lots etc.

14.   Provision of Urban amenities such as parks, playgrounds.

15.   Burial grounds and crematoria.

16.   Regulation of slaughter house.

 

  • Programmes Implemented under the department:
  1. DMA has successfully implemented Storm Water drainage, Kohima Phase-I which has been accredited by the IRMA as the best workmanship and quality control for all hill states.

          The total length of storm water drainage measuring 19689.82m has  completed in different locations like Sanuo Ru and Tributaries, Themiakethuru,               Daklane, New market, High School area, Kitsubozou and Para-Medical.

 

      ii. It is implementing reconstruction of Kohima Super Market.

                   DMA brought this project during 2011 from the National Building Construction Corporation, New Delhi. The reconstruction work started in the                 month of February, 2012 and is in good progress and committed to be completed in 18 months. 

 

Date of Sanctioning                               :-   18.04.11

Project Cost                                         :-   1199.98 Lakhs

Total GOI Share                                   :-   723.66 Lakhs

Total State Share                                 :-   476.32 Lakhs

Implementing Agency                           :-   Department of Municipal Affairs

Location                                              :-   Kohima Town

Status                                                 :-  The work started in February 2012 and in progress 

iii. It is also implementing Basic Services for the Urban Poor (BSUP) of Kohima. The locaton at K-Badze and Meriema has completed but one location at Ruziezou is yet to be completed. Once completed this will benefit 3504 people living below the poverty line.

  •  Implementation of BSUP in Kohima, a sub-component of JnNURM.
          Phase-I: Construction of 1512 dwelling units by relocation which is   nearing completion at K-Badze, Ruzeizou and Meriema.
          Phase-II:  In -Situ upgradation of 1992 dwelling units has been  completed. 

 

iv. DMA completed preparation of State mega project for development of City Center at Kohima. With the selection of Kohima for Smart City project, the City Center has been incorporated under Smart City. This project will completely change the general outlook of Kohima Town.

  • Preparation of DPR for development of City Centre at Kohima.

    This project is the long felt need of the State in general and Kohima in particular. The proposed City Center with an area of 5.98 acres is to be developed in the old Assembly Secretariat and MLA Hostel which has three Blocks.

 

(a). Commercial Block with a total plinth area of 1521.12 sq.m

b)  Office and Health Block with a total plinth area of 5979.25 sq.m

(c)  Hotel Block with a total plinth area of 5907.82 sq.m

 

v.  DMA and Wipro entered into an agreement on E-Governance for KMC. However, the firm which has been entrusted to take up the project, Mars Telecom based at Bangalore is yet to deliver the software package for the program.

vi.  DMA through the SLTC (State Level Technical Cell) is currently assessing the beneficiary list to be uploaded through MIS for the implementation of PMAY (Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana).

 

  • SCHEMES UNDER THE DEPARTMENT:

Basically the schemes under the Municipal Affairs Department comprises of Centrally Sponsored Schemes, Central Flagship Programmes and the State Plan.

  •  THE CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEMES:

 

            (I) THE PROJECTS IMPLEMENTED UNDER UISDSSMT:

The UISDSSMT is central scheme assistance for development of Small and medium Towns. Under this scheme the Integrated Development of Chumukedima Town Roads has been completed during 2015-16.

 

i.  INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT OF CHUMOUKEDIMA TOWN ROADS:    

           The total project cost is 19.74 Crore, with GOI share 14.57 Crore and State matching share of Rs. 3.54 Crore. 

 

ii.  RAJIV AWAZ YOJANA (RAY)

            The Rajiv Awaz Yojana (RAY) is a path breaking centrally sponsored programme under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation. The Programme was launched in the year 2010. Rajiv Awas Yojana (RAY) for the Slum dwellers and the urban poor envisages a “Slum Free India” through encouraging States/ UTs to tackle the problem of slums in a definitive manner. It calls for multi-pronged approach focusing on bringing existing slums within formal system, redressing the formal system and tackling the shortage of urban land and housing.

  • CONSTRUCTION OF RENTAL HOUSING FOR URBAN POOR AT CHUMOUKEDIMA.

Date of Sanctioning   

:

4/7/2014

 

Project cost

:

18.60 Crore

 

Total GOI Share

:

13.77 Crore

 

Total State Share

:

4.83 Crore

 

Implementing Agency

:

Directorate of Municipal Affairs

 

Location

 

:

Chumoukedima, Dimapur, Nagaland

Number of Dwelling Units

 :

384 DUs

 

 

  • CONSTRUCTION OF HOUSING FOR URBAN POOR AT MEDZIPHEMA UNDER RAY.

 

Date of Sanctioning                       :           4-07-2014    

Project cost                                  :           19.74 Crore

Total GOI Share                            :           14.57 Crore

Total State Share                          :           3.54 Crore

Beneficiary Contribution                 :           1.63 Crore

Implementing Agency                   :           Department Municipal Affairs

Location                                      :           Medziphema, Nagaland

Number of Dwelling Units              :           350 DUs

 

  • 10% LUMPSUM SCHEMES:

The projects implemented under 10% Lumpsum are as follows:

  1. IMPROVEMENT OF ROADS IN PEREN TOWN

Project sanctioned on 05.03.14

Total project cost: Rs. 667.72 lakhs

Physical progress: 35% complete

The project comprises of improvement of existing roads at 7 (seven) locations and construction of a new road.

  

  • INFRASTRUCTURE WORKS AT PHEK

Project sanctioned on 30.05.14

Total project cost : Rs. 1282.24 lakhs

Physical progress : 30% complete

The project comprises construction of Retaining walls at 2 (two) locations and improvement of 4(four) existing roads at Phek Town.

   

  • Other Schemes in the Anvil:

 

i.  Rajiv Rinn Yojana with 5% interest subsidy to the economically Weaker section and low income group. This is the new name of the earlier Interest Subsidy Scheme for Housing the Urban Poor (ISSHUP). Under this scheme, DMA through the ULBs and district administration has identified 4215 applicants from 19 ULBs and ready to submit for approval. This scheme is applicable to all urban areas.

ii.  National Urban Livelihood Mission (NULM). This scheme will Upgrade capacity building of the urban poor and self employment for any income generating scheme. Formations of Urban Self-Help groups are encouraged and can avail Seed capital for entrepreneurship.

 

iii. KOHIMA SMART CITY

The Government of India through the Ministry of Urban Development Department has launched Smart City Mission on 25th June 2015 with focus mainly on Economic growth, Local self Development, Retrofit, redevelop into better planned City and application of Smart solutions through 100 (Hundred)Smart Cities in the Country with duration of 5 (five) years.

          Stage-1 of the competition begins with shortlisting the potential Smart Cities on the basis of the conditions precedent and Scoring Criteria. Kohima was shortlisted based on the Criteria set out in the Guidelines and recommended to participate in stage-2 of the Challenge.

          In the Stage-2 of the competition each of the potential Smart City prepare their proposals outlining their vision Model of development for participation in the City challenge.

          Voyants Solutions Pvt Ltd was selected as the Consulting firm for preparation of Kohima Smart City proposal. Citizens were actively involved in the preparation of Kohima Smart City proposal through various means of Social media, i.e. My Gov Blog, Kohima Smart City Facebook, the Naga Blog, Smart City team visited Schools and Colleges in Kohima and interacted with Students and Faculties. Various consultations were held with all the 19 Wards in Kohima, Taxi Union, NGO’s, Kohima Chamber of Commerce on area based plan and Pan City Solutions with financing and Implementation.

          Smart City Marathon, Mass Social Work, Hornbill Mountain Biking were organized along with Essay and Logo Competition. Smart City Documentary Film was shared on YouTube and Facebook. Banners were displayed on all busy road junctions.

           State level consultation meeting on Smart City was held on 23rd November 2015, where all Head of Departments and Elected representatives’ attended and open discussions were held on possible smart solutions, areas for development.

          Various officials from State Government and Urban Local Bodies attended Idea camp and workshop on Smart cities in Delhi organized by the Ministry of Urban Development Department.

          Based on Citizens consultations, it has been found that priority requirement were Urban Mobility, Drainage, Sewerage system, Water supply, Information Communication & Technology, Solid Waste Management and Public Walkways.

          The Smart City proposal was prepared and approved by the High Power Steering Committee headed by the Chief Secretary, Nagaland on 11/12/2015 and submitted to the Ministry of Urban Development on 15/12/2015.

          Based on the assessment made by a panel of experts and due deliberations by the Apex Committee, the competent authority has approved the list of 20(Twenty) top cities for implementation of proposals in Round 1. Further, while reviewing the assessment, the Apex Committee, with the spirit to spread the message of urban transformation in all parts of the country, another 23(Twenty three) smart cities have been provided with an opportunity to upgrade their proposals on fast track basis and submit their smart city proposals to MoUD by 15th April, 2016. Kohima is in Serial No.20 of the cities to to upgraded in fast track.

  • CITIZENS PARTICIPATION IN THE SMART CITY PLAN PREPARATION:

The Smart City envisages maximum participation of the citizens through various means of sensitization and online participation. The activities engaged in Kohima are shown as below:

  1. GRASS-ROOT LEVEL INTERACTION AND DISCUSSIONS WITH THE CITIZENS.

     2.   ORGANISED ESSAY COMPETITION WITH ATTRACTIVE CASH PRIZES IN TWO CATEGORIES: NAMELY STUDENT CATEGORY AND                         GENERAL CATEGORY.

     3.   LOGO COMPETITION WITH CASH PRIZES.

     4.  MARATHON RACE COMPETITION.

     5.   MASS SOCIAL WORKS.

     6.   PUTTING UP OF SMART CITY BANNERS.

     7.   ADVERTISING AND SENSITIZING THROUGH SPORT ACTIVITIES.

iv. HOUSING FOR ALL (PRADHAM MANTRI AWAS YOJANA)

The Hon’ble President of India, in his address to the Joint Session of Parliament on 9th June, 2014 had announced “By the time the Nation completes 75 years of its Independence, every family will have a pucca house with water connection, toilet facilities, 24x7 electricity supply and access.”

The Hon’ble Prime Minister envisioned Housing for All by 2022 when the Nation completes 75 years of its Independence. In order to achieve this objective, Central Government has launched a compre­hensive mission “Housing for All by 2022”

Housing for All (HFA) mission is since launched in compliance with the above objective of the Gov­ernment and with the approval of competent authority.

The mission seeks to address the housing requirement of urban poor including slum dwellers through following programme verticals:

•          Slum rehabilitation of Slum Dwellers with participation of private developers using land as a resource.

•          Promotion of Affordable Housing for weaker section through credit linked   subsidy.

            •          Affordable Housing in Partnership with Public & Private sectors.

            •          Subsidy for beneficiary-led individual house construction.

 

  • THE SCOPE OF PMAY

“Housing for All” Mission for urban area will be implemented during 2015-2022 and this 1.1 Mission will provide central assistance to implementing agencies through States and UTs for providing houses to all eligible families/beneficiaries by 2022.

Mission will be implemented as Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) except for the component 1.2 of credit linked subsidy which will be implemented as a Central Sector Scheme.

A beneficiary family will comprise husband, wife, unmarried sons and/or unmarried daughters. 1.3 The beneficiary family should not own a pucca house either in his/her name or in the name of any member of his/her family in any part of India to be eligible to receive central assistance under the mission.

States/UTs, at their discretion, may decide a cut-off date on which beneficiaries need to be resident 1.4 of that urban area for being eligible to take benefits under the scheme.

Mission with all its component has become effective from the date 17.06.2015 and will be implemented upto 31.03.2022.

 

  • COVERAGE AND DURATION.

All 4041 statutory towns as per Census 2011 with focus on 500 Class I cities would be covered in three phases as follows:

Phase I (April 2015 - March 2017):        To cover 100 Cities selected from States/UTs as per their willingness.

Phase II (April 2017 - March 2019):       To cover additional 200 Cities.

Phase III (April 2019 - March 2022):      To cover all other remaining Cities.

Ministry, however, will have flexibility regarding inclusion of additional cities in earlier phases in case there is a resource backed demand from States/UTs.

 

  • IMPLEMENTATION METHODOLOGY.

The Mission will be implemented through four verticals giving option to beneficiaries, ULBs and State Governments. These four verticals are as below:

  1. IN-SITU” Slum Redevelopment using land as Resource.

“In-situ” slum rehabilitation using land as a resource with private participation for providing houses to eligible slum dwellers is an important component of the “Housing for All” mission. This approach aims to leverage the locked potential of land under slums to provide houses "In situ" Slum Redevelopment - Using land as a resource - With private participation - Extra FSI/TDR/FAR if required to make projects financially viable.

 

2.  CREDIT LINKED SUBSIDY - Interest subvention subsidy for EWS and LIG for new house or incremental housing - EWS: Annual Household Income        Up to Rs.3 lakh and house sizes upto 30 sq.m - LIG: Annual Household Income Between Rs.3-6 lakhs and house sizes upto 60 sq.m.

3.  AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN PARTNERSHIP - with private sector or public sector including Parastatal agencies - Central Assistance per EWS house in affordable housing projects where 35% of constructed houses are for EWS category.

4.  BENEFICIARY-LED INDIVIDUAL HOUSE CONSTRUCTION - Subsidy for individuals of EWS category requiring individual house - State to prepare a separate project for such beneficiaries - No isolated/ splintered beneficiary to be covered.

 

v. STATE PLAN PROGRAMMES.

 ** GRANTS TO ULBs

The Department constructed various infrastructure Development works under the grants to ULBs in the FY 2015-16.

 

vi. GENDER RESPONSIVE BUDGETING.

        The Municipal Affairs Department proposed in the Annual Plan for gender inclusiveness in the work places by providing conducive working environment especially to young mothers who are vulnerable with infant child.  Unlike the Central provisions of 6 months maternity leave and an additional child care leave provisions up to 2 years, the state government at present could effort only 3 months maternity leave for such group of people. This has affected gravely upon the productivity index in the State Government working establishments. The working hours and the concentration ratio of young mothers are impact upon as they often require attending to infant care. International studies have indicated, the child of an educated mother develops and perform superior mental and intellectual developments than those of uneducated mother. Hence, the care towards such infant and the mother would weave quality fabric towards the development of the state. 

Therefore, to address this issue and create an encouraging working atmosphere to such group of women, the Department is initiating to furnish a women rest room installed with basic necessities for infant child and the working mother at the Directorate office. 

 

vii.  CONSOLIDATED STATUS REPORT OF ONGOING PROJECTS:

                                                                                                                                                         ` in Lakhs

Sl. No

Name of the Project

Project
Cost

Sanctioned Amount

Released Amount

Financial
Progress

Physical  progress

Central Share

State Share

Beneficiary Share

Central Share

State Share

A

JNNURM & RAY

1

Housing for Urban Poor in Kohima under BSUP

13307.92

10560.47

2293.85

45.36

10560.47

2291.27

12851.74

Relocation - 90% completed
Insitu - 100% completed

2

Integrated Development of Chumoukedima Town Roads, Nagaland

1946.43

1751.79

194.64

0.00

875.89

0.00

875.89

30%

3

Construction of Housing for Urban Poor at Tseminyu Town

1805.21

1332.52

316.92

155.78

512.00

0.00

0.00

25%

4

Construction of Rental Housing for Urban Poor at Chumoukedima Town

1859.95

1377.74

482.21

0.00

551.00

0.00

0.00

30%

5

Construction of Housing for Urban Poor at Medziphema Town

1973.87

1457.42

353.65

162.79

560.00

0.00

0.00

15%

B

10% LUMPSUM PROJECTS

1

Reconstruction of Kohima Super Market

1199.98

723.66

476.32

0.00

508.99

0.00

508.99

75%

2

Infrastructure Development at Wokha

3094.94

2785.45

309.49

0.00

1949.80

185.00

2134.80

80%

3

Improvement of Roads in Peren Town

667.72

600.95

66.77

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

30%

                                   

4

Infrastructure Works at Phek

1282.24

1154.02

128.22

0.00

346.20

0.00

0.00

30%

5

Infrastructure Works at Zunheboto Town

401.84

361.66

40.18

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

5%

6

Infrastructure Works at Kiphire

821.34

739.21

82.13

0.00

221.76

0.00

0.00

10%

7

Infrastructure Development Works for Longleng Town

728.29

655.46

72.83

0.00

47.90

0.00

0.00

15%

8

Construction of City Centre at Medziphema, Nagaland

1584.98

1426.48

158.50

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Project sanctioned on 27th April 2015

9

Smart Cities

500.00

450.00

50.00

 

 

 

 

SCP submitted

10

Housing for All

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beneficiary survey in progress

 

EOI, Municipal Affairs Cell, UD

 

GOVERNMENT OF NAGALAND

OFFICE OF THE ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR

MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS CELL, UD

NAGALAND: KOHIMA

INVITES EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FROM INTERESTED COMPANIES

FOR

Engineering, Procurement, Installation, Commissioning & Handing over and Maintenance contract for Solar street light, stand alone Solar PV power and Solar hot water system for Government office buildings in Dimapur in the state of Nagaland.

 

EOI No: UD/MAC/SOLARCITY/2013                                                                                     Dated; Kohima the 4th July'2014

On behalf of the Government of Nagaland, Addl. Director, Municipal Affairs Cell, UD, Nagaland, India, invites companies to participate in the bid for " Engineering, Procurement, Installation, Commissioning & Handing over and Maintenance contract for Solar street light, stand alone Solar PV power and Solar hot water system for Government office buildings in Dimapur in the state of Nagaland."

For the implementation of above mentioned work, Bidders should submit their EOI complete in all aspect on or before 15th July, 2014 up to 3:00 PM in the office of Addl. Director, Municipal Affairs Cell, UD, Nagaland in the prescribed format.

Bidder shall submit EOI along with non-refundable processing fee of Rs. 20,000/- (Rupees Twenty Thousand only) in the form of DD issued in favour of "Addl.Director,MAC", payable at Kohima, Nagaland. EOI received without the prescribed processing fee will be rejected. In the event of any date indicated above is a declared Holiday, the next working day shall become operative for the respective purpose mentioned herein.

EOI documents can be downloaded from website www.municipalaffairsnagaland.com .Any amendment(s) /corrigendum/ clarifications with respect to this EOI shall be uploaded on website only. The Bidder should regularly follow up for any Amendment/ corrigendum/ Clarification on the above website(s).

 

INTRODUCTION:

 

About the state:

The State of Nagaland was formally inaugurated on December 1st, 1963, as the 16th State of the Indian Union. It is bounded by Assam in the West, Myanmar (Burma) on the east, Arunachal Pradesh and part of Assam on the North and Manipur in the South. The State consists of eleven Administrative Districts, inhabited by 16 major tribes alone with other sub-tribes. Each tribe is distinct  in character from the others in terms of customs, language and dress.

 

About the Department:

The Directorate of Urban Development, one of the state government secretaries, headed by Director with its head office at Kohima (Capital of Nagaland), was initially established in 1967 as Town & country planning department. The Department which functioned under the Planning & Co-ordination Department (General Branch) headed by Development Commissioner was segregated from General Branch during 2006. Since then the Administrative Department functions as an independent and full-fledged Department catering to the need of the people of the state in providing infrastructural facilities to the urban populace in conformity to the various guidelines and safety measures adopted and prescribed by Government of India.

 

The Directorate of Municipal Affairs Cell was created in 2011 headed by Additional director to cater to the needs of the 3 Municipal Councils and 16 Towns Councils in Nagaland. It implements all the Centrally sponsored schemes and HUDCO related schemes.

 

Scope of Work:

Design, engineering, procurement, installation and commission of Solar street light, Stand alone solar PV power and solar hot water system in Dimapur on turn-key basis. The EPC Integrator shall also be responsible for maintenance of the system for 10 years from the date of handing over the system. The scope of 10 years maintenance is rectify/repair any damage or malfunctioning of the system and includes cost of spare parts, consumables and manpower/labour. However, the security, theft, any damage to the system due to natural calamity, strike, commotion, war, riots and social disturbance etc are excluded from the scope of 10 years maintenance.  The solar collector and LED street light shall have a minimum life of 20 years considering desk to draw usage of light.

                                                                                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                                                                                   Additional Director

Municipal Affairs Cell

Directorate of Urban Development

Nagaland, India

Website: www.municipalaffairsnagaland.com

E-mail: municipalaffairs_nagaland@yahoo.in

Mobile : 9436001594

 

                     PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONAIRE

 
 

  Questions Answers to be furnished by the       bidder
1 Name of the Firm:  
2 Country of Incorporation:  
3

Head Office Address:

Postal:

Telex No:

Fax No:

E-mail:

Phone No:

 
4 Former name of firm if any:  
5 Branch Office & Address:  
6

Type of Organization:

Individual:

Partnership:

Incorporated company:

 
7 Year & Place of establishment:  
8

Nature of Firm:

Individual:

Member of a group of companies:

 ( If yes, give name, address, connections and descriptions of the other companies)

Subsidiary of large organisation:

(If yes, give name, address and

Descriptions of the main company).

 
9

Has your firm worked as Developer, Joint venture ( give name, address of the partner, and details of contractual arrangement ) Main Contractor, Sub-Contractor ( if yes, please give name, address of prime contractor and details of contractual arrangements with the prime contractor).

 
10

Give brief description of field/areas in which you have executed work. Please furnish details and particulars of such works. Furnish exhibits of the import projects executed by you.

 
11

Are you registered with any other Govt. Department/Public Sector undertaking?

(If Yes give details).

 
12

Do you have an office in Nagaland.

 
13 What type of work is usually sublet by you.
 
 
14

Have you ever failed to complete the work awarded to you? (If so when, where and why).

 

 
15

Have you ever failed to complete the work in time? If any penalty imposed on you, give details.

 
16

In what other line of business are you financially engaged.

 
17

Have you ever been denied tendering facility by any government/public sector under taking of India or any other country ( If so give details).

Have you been debarred from tendering in any Govt. department/undertaking ( If so, give details).

 
18

How many years has your organization been in business under present business name? What were your field of operations, when you established your company, when did you add new fields?

 
19

Has any officer or partner of your organization ever been an officer or partner of any other organization that failed to complete construction contract? (If so, state name of the individual and other organization)

Has any officer or partner of your organization ever failed to complete the construction contract handled in his own name?

 

 
20

Name and address of affiliate subsidiary partnerships, joint ventures and parent companies (indicate nature of the firm and present engagement).

 
21

Name of any international organization for which your firm had already been registered/pre-qualified?

 
22

Have your company ever been declared bankrupt (If yes, please give details).

 
23

What is the maximum value of projects/works that you can handle what is the maximum value of project/work you have handled so far.

 
24

Give the last three years account with auditor’s reports, balance sheet, profit and loss account, and income tax clearance certificate.

 
25

How much is your paid up capital:

How much is your working capital:

How much is your foreign investment:

How much is your annual turnover for the last 5 years? (give separately for each year)

How much is your net income for the last 5 years? (Give separately for each year)

 
26

Do you intend to associate any other organization for the works, which you are bidding? If so, give full particulars of that organization separately under each head of questionnaire and forms.

 

 
27

Relevant Details of Engineers & Managerial Personnel:

Details of Machinery and equipment owned by the company. List of Machinery & equipment that company proposes to take rent and use for the work present activities in which your firm is engaged as a main contractor(last 5 years) Present activities in which your firm is working in joint venture (last 5 years) Present activities in which your firm is working as sub-contractor (last 5 years)Simultaneous contract engagement of the contractor material testing facilities available with the firm ( details of testing equipment both for civil and electrical works are to be mentioned).

 


 

 

Note:

 

In the case of Joint venture/ Consortium/ Group, the lead bidder shall submit the answer as per the above questionnaire to each firm in the group.

(If more space is required, attach addition sheets along with all other scanned certificates/documents mentioned elsewhere in the bid documents).

                                    

 

 

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