||INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS
1. Tenders should be submitted online and follow the activities as per the schedule.
2. GST and/or other duties/levies legally leviable and intended to be claimed should be distinctly shown in the relevant fields.
3. The minimum validity of the tender shall be as follows:
(a) Public Tender/Global Tender (Two-Part) - 120 days from the date of Tender Opening (Part-I) and 60 days from the date of opening of Part-II
(b) Limited Tender (Two-Part) - 120 days from the date of Tender Opening (Part-I) and 60 days from the date of opening of Part-II
(c) Open/Public Tender (Single Part) - 90 days from the date of Tender Opening.
(d) Limited Tender (Single Part) - 90 days from the date of Tender Opening.
4. Prices are required to be quoted according to the units indicated. When quotations are given in terms of units other than those specified in the tender form, relationship between the two sets of units must be furnished.
5. The purchaser shall be under no obligation to accept the lowest or any tender and reserves the right of acceptance of the whole or any part of the tender or portions of the quantity offered and the tenderers shall supply the same at the rates quoted.
6. Corrections, if any, must be attested. All amounts shall be indicated both in words as well as in figures. Where there is difference between amount quoted in words and figures, amount quoted in words shall prevail.
7. The tenderer should supply along with their tender, the name of their bankers as well as the latest Income-Tax clearance certificate duly countersigned by the Income-Tax Officer of the Circle concerned under the seal of his office, if required by the Purchaser.
8. The Purchaser reserves the right to place order on the successful tenderer for additional quantity up to 25% of the quantity offered by them at the rates quoted.
9. The authority of the person signing the tender, if called for, should be produced.