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Prasar Bharti invites tenders for supply of equipments

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MUMBAI: Prasar Bharati has invited reputed firms, public sector undertakings, Indian agents and representatives authorised by foreign principals dealing with equipments to file in their tenders for a supply of equipment.

The advertisement published on behalf of the president of India appeared in a leading daily, today.

In order to obtain detailed specifications, quality, scope of work and terms and conditions, the interested parties are requested to contact assistant engineer, either personally or via post.

To request for the tender documents, the companies are asked to contact the facilitation counter. The postal address is: Assistant Directorate (purchase), Room No 401, Doordarshan Directorate, Doordarshan Bhawan, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi-110. The advertisement informs that the tender request are to be accompanied by a demand draft - a non-refundable tender fee.

The last date for accepting the tender is a day before the date of opening of the technical bids. The participating tenderer will be required to deposit earnest money deposits (EMD) while submitting the completed tenders forms. Two copies of the tender are to be submitted in separate sealed covers, says the advertisement. The offer is to be submitted on two bid system comprising technical bid and commercial bid sealed in separate covers.

Small scale manufatureres registered with the DDS&D/NCI under single point registration scheme for item required in the NIT will be exempted from payment in respect of cost of tender document/EMD/security deposit as per government instructions subject to submission of documentary evidence of valid registration, says the advertisement. Indian agents quoting on behalf of foreign manufatureres/ principals must be registered with DGS&D, New Delhi for the item being offered , prior to the date of the opening of technical bid.

Information about the tender notices, future extension of closing date if any shall be available at the facilitation counter or on Doordarshan website- www.ddindia.com, adds the advertisement. 

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