CCTNS - National Crime Records Bureau

CCTNS - National Crime Records Bureau
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
E-Governance Mission Mode Project (MMP)
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems
(CCTNS)
Request for proposal for
Selection of System Integrator
for
Implementation, Commissioning and
Maintenance of CCTNS
In
Maharashtra state
Volume – I: Techno-Functional Requirements
Released By: Maharashtra Police
Government of Maharashtra
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Calendar of Events and Other Relevant Details
S.
No
Information
Details
1.
RFP Reference No and Date
DGP/XVII/6162/CCTNS2011-12/RFP/SI/2011
5th April 2011
2
Non Refundable Tender Cost
Rs. 10,000 /-
3
Sale of RFP Document
5th April 2011
4
EMD
Rs. 2,00,00,000 / -
5.
Last date for submission of
written queries for
clarifications
11th April 2011 by 3:00 PM
6.
Date of pre-bid conference
and
Venue
13th April 2011 at 12:00 PM
1st Floor Conference Hall, Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg, Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
7.
Tender Preparation Deadline
27th April 2011 by 5:00 PM
8.
Tender Submission Deadline
28th April 2011 by 5:00 PM
9.
Opening of Technical
proposals received in
response to the RFP notice
29th April 2011 at 12:00 PM
10.
Opening of Financial
proposals received in
response to the RFP notice
4th May 2011 at 12:00 PM
11.
Contact Person for queries
Shri. Pankaj Gupta, Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
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Addressee and Address at
which proposal in response
to RFP notice is to be
submitted:
Maharashtra Police
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C, Maharashtra Police
Mukhyalaya, Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg, Colaba, Mumbai –
400001 Email : [email protected]
[email protected]
Tel: +91 22 22023399
Fax: +91 22 22023399
Note:
All bid related activities (Process) like Tender Document Download, Bid Preparation and Hash
Submission, Bid Submission and submission of EMD and other documents will be governed
by
the
time
schedule
mentioned
on
the
e-tendering
website
(http://mapo.maharashtra.etenders.in/).
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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
Acronym
ACP
Definition
Assistant Commissioner of Police
ADGP
Additional Director General of Police
AMC
Annual Maintenance Contract
ASI
Assistant Sub-inspector
ATS
Annual Technical Support
BOM
Bill of Material
BPR
Business Process Re-engineering
CAS
Core Application Software
CB
Capacity building
CB-CM
Capacity building-Change Management
CBT
Computer Based Training
CCIS
Crime and Criminal Information Systems
CCTNS
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems
CID
Criminal Investigation Department
CIPA
Common Integrated Police Application
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CMS
Content Management System
COTS
Commercial OF the Shelf
CP
Commissioner of Police
CPMU
Maharashtra Police
Central Project Management Unit
CSC
Common Service Center
CSV
Comma Separated Value
DB
Data Base
DC
Data Center
DRC
Disaster Recovery Center
DCO
Data Center Operator
DCP
Deputy Commissioner of Police
DCRB
District Crime Records Bureau
DCTC
District Computer Training Center
DDHQ
Divisional District Head Quarter
DGP
Director General of Police
DHQ
District Head Quarter
DIG
Deputy Inspector General
DIT
Directorate of Information Technology
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DMS
Document Management System
DNS
Domain Name Server
DR
Disaster Recovery
DTC
District Training Center
EAPOL
Extensible Authentication Protocol over LAN
EMD
Earnest Money Deposit
EMS
Enterprise Management System
FC
Fibre Channel
FCP
Fibre Channel Port
FIR
First Information Report
FRS
Functional Requirements Specifications
GOI
Government of India
HLD
High Level Design
HO
Head Office
HQ
Head Quarters
IAFIS
Maharashtra Police
Integrated Automatic Fingerprint Identification System
IG
Inspector General
IIF
Integrated Investigation Forms
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ILT
Instructor-Led Training
IO
Investigating Officer
LLD
Low Level Design
MFP
Multi functional Printer
MHA
Ministry of Home Affairs
MIS
Management Information System
MMP
Mission Mode Project
MPF
Modernization of State Police Forces (MPF)
MSWAN
Maharashtra Police
Maharashtra State Wide Area Network
MTBF
Mean Time Between Failures
MTTR
Mean Time To Resolve
MVCS
Motor Vehicle Coordination System
NCRB
National Crime Records Bureau
NeGP
National eGovernance Plan
NIC
National Informatics Center
NMS
Network Management System
NOC
Network Operations Center
OCIS
Organized Crime Information System
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OPE
Out of Pocket Expenses
OS
Operating System
PCR
Police Control Room
PI
PIM
Maharashtra Police
Police Inspector
Project Implementation and Monitoring (report)
PS
Police Station
PTC
Police Training Center
RFP
Request for Proposal
RTC
Regional Training Center
RTI
Right to Information
SAN
Storage Area Network
SCRB
State Crime Records Bureau
SDA
Software Development Agency (Wipro Ltd)
SDA
State Designated Agency (Maharashtra State Police Housing & Welfare Corp.,
Mumbai)
SDC
State Data Center
SDPO
Sub-Divisional Police Officer
SHO
Station House Officer
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SHQ
SI
State Head Quarter
System Integrator
SIO
State Informatics Officer
SP
Superintendent of Police
SPMC
State Project Management Consultant
SPMU
State Project Management Unit
SRS
Software/System Requirement Specifications
SSDG
State Service Delivery Gateway
SWAN
State Wide Area Network
THQ
Taluka Head Quarters
TPA
Third Party Auditor
UAT
User Acceptance Testing
UT
VPN
Maharashtra Police
Union Territory
Virtual Private Network
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................. 13
1.1.
PROJECT BACKGROUND ........................................................................................................................ 13
1.2.
BACKGROUND OF POLICE SYSTEMS IN INDIA ............................................................................................. 13
1.2.1.
Crime and Criminals Information System (CCIS) ........................................................................ 13
1.2.2.
Common Integrated Police Application (CIPA) .......................................................................... 14
1.2.3.
Crime and Criminal Tracking Network System (CCTNS) ............................................................. 15
1.3.
1.3.1.
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CCTNS IMPLEMENTATION FRAMEWORK ................................................................................................. 16
Goals of this Request for Proposal (RFP) ................................................................................... 16
PROJECT OVERVIEW ...................................................................................................................... 18
2.1.
NEED FOR THE PROJECT ........................................................................................................................ 18
2.2.
VISION AND OBJECTIVES OF PROJECT ...................................................................................................... 18
2.3.
STAKEHOLDERS OF PROJECT .................................................................................................................. 19
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STATE POLICE DEPARTMENT ......................................................................................................... 20
3.1.
ABOUT MAHARASHTRA POLICE .............................................................................................................. 20
3.2.
ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE .................................................................................................................. 25
3.3.
EXISTING LEGACY SYSTEMS ................................................................................................................... 28
3.3.1.
Crime Criminal Information System (CCIS) ................................................................................ 28
3.3.2.
Motor Vehicle Coordination System (MVCS) ............................................................................. 28
3.3.3.
Talash Software ......................................................................................................................... 29
3.3.4.
Organised Crime Intelligence System (OCIS) ............................................................................. 29
3.3.5.
Common Integrated Police Application (CIPA) .......................................................................... 29
3.4.
PROPOSED DATA CENTER INFRASTRUCTURE – MAHARASHTRA STATE DATA CENTRE (SDC) .............................. 31
3.5.
EXISTING WAN INFRASTRUCTURE .......................................................................................................... 31
3.6.
EXISTING CLIENT SITE INFRASTRUCTURE................................................................................................... 33
3.7.
EXISTING CAPACITY BUILDING INFRASTRUCTURE (DCTC/RTCS/PTCS/POLICE ACADEMIES) .............................. 34
3.8.
CORE APPLICATION SOFTWARE (CAS) ..................................................................................................... 36
3.8.1.
CAS - Scope of Services .............................................................................................................. 36
3.9.
CAS (CENTER).................................................................................................................................... 37
3.10.
CAS (STATE) ...................................................................................................................................... 38
3.11.
DEVELOPMENT OF CCTNS CORE APPLICATION SOFTWARE (CAS) ................................................................ 42
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TECHNOLOGY STACK FOR CAS (STATE).................................................................................................... 43
ROLE OF SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (SDA) IN SUPPORTING CAS .................................... 44
4.1.
GEOGRAPHICAL SCOPE ......................................................................................................................... 47
4.2.
FUNCTIONAL SCOPE............................................................................................................................. 48
4.2.1.
CCTNS Functional Module ......................................................................................................... 49
4.2.2.
Solution & Technology Architecture .......................................................................................... 52
4.2.3.
Integration and Interfacing Requirements ................................................................................ 54
4.3.
4.3.1.
SCOPE OF SERVICES DURING IMPLEMENTATION PHASE ............................................................................... 58
Project Planning and Management ........................................................................................... 58
4.3.2.
Configuration, Customization, and Extension (New Modules) of CAS (State) and Integration
with CAS (Center) and External Agencies .......................................................................................................... 62
4.4.
INFRASTRUCTURE AT THE DISTRICT TRAINING CENTERS ............................................................................... 66
4.5.
SITE PREPARATION AT POLICE STATIONS AND HIGHER OFFICES .................................................................... 67
4.6.
INFRASTRUCTURE AT THE CLIENT SIDE LOCATIONS ..................................................................................... 67
4.7.
NETWORK CONNECTIVITY FOR POLICE STATIONS, HIGHER OFFICES, AND TRAINING CENTERS ............................. 70
4.8.
IT INFRASTRUCTURE AT THE DATA CENTER AND DISASTER RECOVERY CENTER .................................................. 71
4.9.
DATA DIGITIZATION & DATA MIGRATION ................................................................................................ 78
4.10.
MIGRATION OF CIPA AND CCIS POLICE STATIONS / HIGHER OFFICES TO CCTNS ........................................... 83
4.11.
CAPACITY BUILDING............................................................................................................................. 83
4.12.
HANDHOLDING SUPPORT ...................................................................................................................... 91
4.13.
REQUIREMENT ON ADHERENCE TO STANDARDS ........................................................................................ 93
4.14.
SUPPORT TO ACCEPTANCE TESTING, AUDIT AND CERTIFICATION ................................................................... 93
4.15.
SCOPE OF SERVICES DURING POST-IMPLEMENTATION PHASE ....................................................................... 96
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IMPLEMENTATION AND ROLL – OUT PLAN ................................................................................... 98
5.1.
LIST OF INDICATIVE DELIVERABLES: ......................................................................................................... 99
5.2.
SERVICE LEVELS................................................................................................................................. 100
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ANNEXURE I: DETAILS OF TECHNOLOGY STACKS – CAS (STATE) AND CAS (CENTER) .................... 101
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ANNEXURE II: POST IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT SERVICES ....................................................... 106
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ANNEXURE III: SERVICE LEVELS .................................................................................................. 113
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ANNEXURE IV: GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE ................................................................................. 141
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ANNEXURE V: NETWORK CONNECTIVITY SOLUTION ................................................................... 146
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ANNEXURE VI: INDICATIVE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................. 149
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ANNEXURE VII: MAHARASHTRA POLICE STATIONS INDICATIVE LIST ........................................... 161
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ANNEXURE VIII: MAHARASHTRA POLICE PERSONNEL STRENGTH INDICATIVE LIST ..................... 250
14
ANNEXURE IX: EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE DETAILS ................................................................... 256
15
ANNEXURE X: MSWAN DETAILS .................................................................................................. 434
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INTRODUCTION
1.1. PROJECT BACKGROUND
Availability of relevant and timely information is of utmost importance in conduct of business
by Police, particularly in investigation of crime and in tracking & detection of criminals. Police
organizations everywhere have been handling large amounts of information and huge volume of
records pertaining to crime and criminals. Information Technology (IT) can play a very vital role in
improving outcomes in the areas of Crime Investigation and Criminals Detection and other
functioning of the Police organizations, by facilitating easy recording, retrieval, analysis and
sharing of the pile of Information. Quick and timely information availability about different facets
of Police functions to the right functionaries can bring in a sea change both in Crime & Criminals
handling and related Operations, as well as administrative processes.
Creation and maintenance of databases on Crime & Criminals in digital form for sharing by all
the stakeholders in the system is therefore very essential in order to effectively meet the
challenges of Crime Control and maintenance of public order. In order to achieve this, all
the States should meet a common minimum threshold in the use of IT, especially for crime &
criminals related functions.
Additional information can be found on NCRB website (http://ncrb.nic.in)
1.2. BACKGROUND OF POLICE SYSTEMS IN INDIA
Several initiatives have been introduced in the past to leverage IT in police functioning. Some of
these initiatives include centrally initiated programs such as the NCRB-led CCIS (Crime and
Criminals Information System) and CIPA (Common Integrated Police Application), and State-led
initiatives such as e-COPS (in Andhra Pradesh), Police IT (in Karnataka), Thana Tracking System (in
West Bengal), CAARUS (in Tamil Nadu) and HD IITS (in Gujarat).
Presently automation in the area of Civil Police is addressed mainly through the two GoI led
initiatives CCIS and CIPA and in some States such as Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Gujarat,
through State-led initiatives.
This section explores the details of such GoI-led initiatives.
1.2.1. CRIME AND CRIMINALS INFORMATION SYSTEM (CCIS)
CCIS is an NCRB-driven program and has been launched in 1990. Since then, it has been
implemented in 35 states and union territories and spans over 700 locations. Most of the State
police headquarters and district headquarters are covered by CCIS and so are some of the
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14,000+ police stations in the country.
CCIS is primarily an initiative to create crime- and criminals-related database that can be used for
crime monitoring by monitoring agencies such as National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB),
State Crime Records Bureaus (SCRBx) and District Crime Records Bureaus (DCRBx) and to facilitate
statistical analysis of crime and criminals related information with the States and monitoring
agencies.
CCIS data is used for publishing online reports such as Missing Persons report and is also used
as the basis for online query facilities that are available through the NCRB website. In addition, it
is also used by NCRB to publish an annual nation-wide Crime Report. CCIS focuses exclusively in
Crime and Criminals information and does not address the other aspects of Police functioning.
CCIS was originally built on Unix OS and Ingres database, but has since been ported to Windows
platform and has released its last three versions on Windows (the last release having taken place
in September 2002).
1.2.2. COMMON INTEGRATED POLICE APPLICATION (CIPA)
A feature common to most of the early efforts has been a predominant focus on collection of
data as required by the monitoring agencies and on specific functions such as records
management, statistical analysis and office automation; rather than on police stations, which are
the primary sources of crime- and criminals-related data generation.
In order to provide an application that supports police station operations and the investigation
process, and that is common across all states and union territories, MHA had conceptualized
the Common Integrated Police Application (CIPA) in 2004. It has been initiated as part of the
“Modernization of State Police Forces (MPF)” scheme of the Ministry of Home Affairs. The aim of
CIPA is to bring about computerization and automation in the functioning at the police station
with a view to bringing in efficiency and transparency in various processes and functions at the
police station level and improve service delivery to the citizens. So far about 2,760 police
stations, out of a total of 14,000+ police stations across the country, have been covered under
the Scheme.
CIPA is a stand-alone application developed to be installed in police stations and to support the
crime investigation and prosecution functions. CIPA is a centrally managed application: an
application core centrally developed and is installed in police station. Any state-specific
customizations are evaluated and made on a need basis.
The core focus of the CIPA application is the automation of police station operations. Its core
functionality includes the following modules: (i) Registration Module (ii) Investigation Module (iii)
Prosecution Module. There is also a Reporting module that addresses basic reporting needs.
CIPA is built on client-server architecture on a NIC Linux platform using Java and Postgres
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SQL database.
Benefits realized from CIPA include the ability to enter registration (FIR) details into the system
and print out copies and the ability to create and manage police station registers on the system,
etc.
It was felt, however, that a standalone application couldn’t provide the enhanced outcomes
in the areas of Crime Investigation and Criminals Detection that are necessary. And for this
reason, MHA has decided to launch the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network System
(CCTNS) program.
1.2.3. CRIME AND CRIMINAL TRACKING NETWORK SYSTEM (CCTNS)
The Crime and Criminal Tracking Network Systems* (CCTNS) was conceptualized by the Ministry
of Home Affairs in detailed consultation with all stakeholders and will be implemented as a
“Mission Mode Project (MMP)” and will adopt the guidelines of the National e-Governance Plan
(NeGP).
CCTNS aims at creating a comprehensive and integrated system for enhancing the efficiency and
effectiveness of policing at all levels and especially at the Police Station level through adoption of
principles of e-Governance. CCTNS will operate through the creation of a nationwide networked
infrastructure for evolution of IT-enabled state-of-the- art tracking system around “investigation
of crime and detection of criminals” in real time, which is a critical requirement in the context of
the present day internal security scenario.
The scope of CCTNS1 spans all 35 States and Union Territories and covers all Police Stations
(approximately 14,000 in number) and all Higher Police Offices (approximately 6,000 in number)
in the country. The CCTNS project includes vertical connectivity of police units (linking police units
at various levels within the States – police stations, district police offices, state headquarters,
SCRB and other police formations – and States, through state headquarters and SCRB,
to NCRB at GoI level) as well as horizontal connectivity, linking police functions at State and
Central level to external entities. CCTNS also provides for a citizen’s interface to provide basic
services to citizens.
1 Also refer NCRB website (http://ncrb.nic.in)
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1.3. CCTNS IMPLEMENTATION FRAMEWORK
CCTNS would be implemented in a way where the States and UTs play a major role. CCTNS would be
implemented in alignment with the NeGP principle of “centralized planning and de-centralized
implementation”. MHA and NCRB would play a key role in planning the program in collaboration
with the Police leadership within States, in the development of a few core components and in
monitoring and reviewing the program. It is, however, the States and UTs that would drive the
planning and implementation at the State level.
The role of the Centre (MHA and NCRB) focuses primarily around planning, providing the Core
Application Software (CAS) (to be configured, customized, enhanced and deployed in States. States
would drive the implementation at the state level and would continue to own the system after
deployment.
The implementation of CCTNS would be taking an “integrated service delivery” approach rather than
that of procurement of hardware and software.
The central feature of CCTNS implementation at the State level is the “bundling of services” concept.
According to this, each States selects one System Integrator (SI) who would be the single point of
contact for the State for all the components of CCTNS. These components include the application
(the changes made to the core application provided by MHA), hardware, communications
infrastructure, associated services such as Capacity Building and Handholding, etc.
1.3.1. GOALS OF THIS REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)
The primary goal of this RFP is to help the state of Maharashtra to select System Integrator (SI)
through a competitive bidding process for implementing state wide CCTNS. This volume of RFP
intends to bring out all the details with respect to solution and other requirements that are deemed
necessary to share with the potential bidders. The goals of RFP are further elaborated below:
• To seek proposals from potential bidders for providing the “bundle of services” in
implementing and managing the CCTNS solution in states.
• To understand from the bidders how they propose to meet the technical and
operational requirements of CCTNS.
• To ascertain how potential bidders propose to deliver the services and sustain the
demand and growth in the requirements.
• To ascertain from bidders on how they will ensure scalability and upgradeability of
the infrastructure and solution proposed to be deployed.
• To understand from the bidders as to how they intend to innovate further on this
service delivery model.
State of Maharashtra (through CCTNS Apex Committee and Empowered Committee) shall be the
final authority with respect to qualifying a bidder through this RFP. Their decision with regard to
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the choice of the SI who qualifies through this RFP shall be final and the State reserves the
right to reject any or all the bids without assigning any reason. The State further reserves the right to
negotiate with the selected agency to enhance the value through this project and to create a more
amicable environment for the smooth execution of the project.
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PROJECT OVERVIEW
2.1. NEED FOR THE PROJECT
The Ministry of Home Affairs has conceptualized the Crime & Criminals Tracking Network and
Systems (CCTNS) project as a Mission Mode Project under the National e- Governance Plan (NeGP).
This is an effort of the Government of India to modernize the police force giving top priority to citizen
services, information gathering, and its dissemination among various police organizations and units
across the country.
A need has been felt to adopt a holistic approach to address the requirements of the police, mainly
with relation to functions in the police station and traffic management. There is also a need to
strengthen the citizen interfaces with the police. Interfaces need to be built with external
agencies like courts, transport authorities, hospitals, and municipal authorities etc to be able to
share information between departments. Therefore, it becomes critical that information and
communication technologies are made an integral part of policing in order to enhance the efficiency
and effectiveness of the Police Department.
In order to realize the benefits of e-Governance fully, it is essential that a holistic approach is
adopted that includes re-engineering and standardizing key functions of the police and creating a
sustainable and secure mechanism for sharing critical crime information across all Police Formations.
The CCTNS has been conceptualized in response to the need for establishing a comprehensive eGovernance system in police stations across the country.
2.2. VISION AND OBJECTIVES OF PROJECT
The broad objectives of the project are as follows:
i. Improve Service Delivery to the Public
Citizens should be able to access police services through multiple, transparent, and easily accessible
channels (Portal, Mobile, Call Centre etc.) in a citizen-friendly manner. The focus is not only to
improve the current modes of the service delivery but also provide alternate modes such as
internet for the public to communicate with the police.
ii. Provide Enhanced Tools for Law & Order Maintenance, Investigation, Crime Prevention
Law & Order Maintenance, Investigation, Crime Prevention, and Traffic Management are core
components of policing work. Information technology can both enable and improve the
effectiveness and efficiency of the core activities of the police. Police should be provided with
data amenable for easier and faster analysis in order to enable them to make better and informed
decisions.
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iii. Increase Operational Efficiency
Police should spend more time on the public facing functions. Information technology solutions
should help in reducing the repetitive paperwork/records and making the back-office functions more
efficient.
iv. Create a platform for sharing crime & criminal information across the country
There is a critical need to create a platform for sharing crime and criminal information across police
stations within and between the different states in order to increase the effectiveness in dealing with
criminals across the state borders.
2.3. STAKEHOLDERS OF PROJECT
The impact of the police subject being sensitive, a consultative and a bottom-up approach
has to be adopted in designing the MMP impacting the following stakeholders:
• Citizens/ Citizens groups
• MHA/NCRB
• State Police department
• External Departments of the State such as Courts, Passport Office, Transport
Department, Hospitals etc.
• Non-Government/Private sector organizations
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STATE POLICE DEPARTMENT
3.1. ABOUT MAHARASHTRA POLICE
Maharashtra, the third largest State in Republic of India, has one of the largest police forces in the
country. Besides 236 Indian Police Service officers borne on the State Cadre, it consists of 121
Superintendents of Police, 770 Deputy Superintendents of Police, 3136 Inspectors, 2641 Assistant
Police Inspectors, 8001 Sub Inspectors and 1, 48,912 men (members of constabulary).
Maharashtra, a highly industrialized State with large urban conglomerates, has adopted
Commissionerates system for policing its large cities. The State has 10 Commissionerates and 35
district police units. The Maharashtra Police is committed to PROTECTING THE RIGHTOUS AND
CONTROLLING & ANNIHILATING THE EVIL. Maharashtra Police is headed by Director General of Police.
The State police Head Quarter is located at Mumbai. The various special units of the Police
Department are •
STATE INTELLIGENCE DEPARTMENT MAHARASHTRA
State Intelligence Department deals with collection of Intelligence in the State of Maharashtra. It
came into existence in 1905 on the recommendations of Frazer Commission during the colonial rule in
India as C.I.D. (Intelligence Wing), The HQ of the CID (Intelligence Wing) was at Pune. It was
reorganized in 1981 and renamed as State Intelligence Department (S.I.D.). SID deals with collection,
collation, analysis and dissemination of information in on such as Political, Security, Communal,
Labour activity, Security concern & matters affecting Law & Order.
•
ANTI - TERRORISM SQUAD (ATS)
This outfit was created by Government of Maharashtra to counter the menace of terrorism. It aims at
collecting and collating information about anti-national elements working in any part of Maharashtra.
It works in co-ordination with Central Agencies, like IB, RAW. ATS also keeps in touch with similar
agencies of other States. It aims at tracking and neutralizing activities of terror-groups, mafia and
other organized crime syndicates, and detecting rackets of counterfeit currency notes and smuggling
of narcotic substances.
•
MAHARASHTRA HIGHWAY POLICE
The Highway Police was formulated in the year 1993. Previously it was known as the State Traffic
Branch. A Traffic Engineering Unit under an Executive Engineer works under this unit and analyses the
causes of accidents and suggests preventive measures. Currently, the Highway Police has 43 Traffic
Aid Posts on the prominent National & State Highways. The Highway Police is headed by Addl.
Director General of Police, Traffic,
and Maharashtra State. He is assisted by 4 Superintendents of
Police, 4 Dy. Superintendents of Police, 10 Inspectors, 132 Sub-Inspectors, and 1528 Policemen.
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STATE RESERVE POLICE FORCE
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The State Reserve Police Force or SRPF as it is popularly known was raised on 6th March, 1948 as a
Special Armed Police Force of the State of Maharashtra. In order to make Maharashtra self sufficient
in matters of Internal Security, two units were raised at Purandar and Sambra (Belgaon, Karnataka).
After the re-organization of the States, the strength of the force increased with the amalgamation of
the armed Police Units from Old Hyderabad State Police Force and C.P. and Berar. During the mid
1970, the onerous duties of guarding vital installations like BARC and the Bombay Airport also led to
the expansion of the force. The advent of Naxalism in Maharashtra in the form of Peoples War Group
brought about the expansion in the SRPF units and Groups were raised at Hingoli and Gadchiroli.
Today, the SRPF is a proud-armed Police Unit, which is an integral and an extremely important part of
Maharashtra State Police. Organized into 13 Groups at Mumbai, Pune, Daund, Solapur, Jalna,
Amravati, Nagpur, Hingoli & Dhule, it is a 16000 strong force, with a long and proud tradition of
courage & dedication to duty and bravery. 35 SRPF Police personnel have lost their lives during the
Counter Insurgency operations against Naxalites of the Peoples War Group, since 1987. SRPF
personnel have always been in the forefront in tackling communal riot situations, in almost all the
communal hot spots in the State. They have performed the task assigned to them with dedication,
sincerity and in adversity, with aplomb and continue to be the bulwark of the State power in the State
of Maharashtra and various parts of the Country. It would be pertinent to note the SRPF Gr. II, Pune
has had the privilege of taking active part in the Goa Police operations in 1961, where it was honoured
by the then Prime Minister, Pandit Nehru.
Its various units have taken part in the operations in the North-Eastern States during the 1962
operations on the Indo-China Border. It has also given an outstanding account of its capability, where
its assistance has been called by other States like Gujarat, Tamilnadu, Delhi, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh,
Uttar Pradesh, etc. The main responsibilities of SRPF are •
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•
•
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Maintenance of Law & Order
Disaster Management
Anti-Militancy Operations
Security of Vital Installations
Feeding Training Units
TRAINING DIRECTORATE
With the dawn of independence, the police were expected to play the role of the benevolent
protector of free people's rights and guardians of public peace and property. The fundamental rights
are very precious for the survival and progress of a democratic way of life. The barriers of age-old
prejudices are to be removed before the police could take their right place in the life of the
community. Although the change of attitudes both on the part of public and police has not been as
steady as one might expect, yet a very definite trend in the right direction has been visible in the postindependence era. If a right type of training system is developed to impart training to the police
personnel to make them understand their new responsibilities with adequate seriousness, the task of
establishing the desired police-community relations can be accomplished.
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There can be no gainsaying the fact that much responsibility rests with the police organization which
has to be geared up to make itself an institution of great efficiency, honesty and purposefulness. In
order to achieve this objective, the contribution of police training at all levels and at all stages is quite
important.
While the primary object of police training is to impart a thorough knowledge of police skills and
provide an insight into the tasks of the police, it can also facilitate the development of 'esprit de
corps', which is very essential for a coherent functioning of the police organization.
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PROTECTION OF CIVIL RIGHT CELL
In order to deal effectively with atrocities on the members of Scheduled Castes and Tribes, a Special
Cell known as Protection of Civil Rights Cell had been set up by the Govt. of Maharashtra since 1977 at
State Police Headquarters in the office of the Director General of Police. The Protection of Civil Rights
Cell is now headed by Addl. Director General of Police. It oversees implementation of the P.C.R. Act
1955 and SC & ST (POA) Act 1989 in the State of Maharashtra and also supervises the work of various
PCR Cells at Range and District levels, which are headed by Superintendents of Police.
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MOTOR TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT
The Motor Transport Section was established in 1948 to cater to the needs of mobility of Maharashtra
Police. It was then headed by an officer of the rank of Superintendent of Police; a technocrat having
expertise in the field of automobile engineering. Several Dy.S.P and Inspectors (having technical
background, assisted him.
Every district unit and battalions of S.R.P.F. has a Motor Transport Section to look after the day to day
maintenance of Police vehicles. Major repairs are carried out at three central workshops located at
Pune, Aurangabad & Nagpur whereas body-building work is done at Pune.
Mobility plays a vital role in the efficient performance by the State police force. Road worthy &
mechanically reliable vehicles are always required for attending to law and order problems, VVIP
bandobast & general police working. This important task is efficiently handled by the Motor Transport
Organization. Motor Transport Organization expanded very rapidly during the eighties. MT Sections of
almost all district units and S.R.P.F. battalions are presently headed by officers holding the rank of
police inspector. Since 1994, this organization is being headed by an officer of the rank of D.I.G.P./
I.G.P. who, with the assistance of a Superintendent of Police, MT at Pune and a DCP, MT at Mumbai
looks after the administration of the State M.T. Organization. The Central Store Purchase Branch,
located at Pune purchases spares, tyres, tubes, batteries and other miscellaneous items in bulk on rate
contract/tenders & caters to the requirements of various units (except Mumbai). Presently, the State
Police has 7871 vehicles, 5 speed boats and 6 other boats. A full-fledged training centre at Pune
provides training to officers, technicians and drivers. This training centre is equipped with modern
gadgets like driving simulator for greater efficiency and better performance.
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DIRECTORATE OF POLICE WIRELESS
The Directorate of Police Wireless was created in December 1946 in the erstwhile Bombay State. Prior
to its creation, the State Police was completely dependent upon telegraph for transmission of urgent
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messages. HF wireless stations were initially set up at 13 important district Police headquarters to
connect them to Pune, the then headquarters of the State Police. After independence, Shri S.M.Nabar,
a technocrat, was appointed as S.P.Wireless and wireless wing was also separated from State Police
Headquarter. Initially, wireless stations were erected with the equipment procured from Disposals
Directorate of the Armed Forces. These stations were manned by educated police constables who
were trained in wireless telegraphy at the Army and Air Force Signals School at Pune. In the expansion
phase, wireless stations were set up at taluka places as well as at other strategic locations. Once HF
Telegraphy had stabilized in the districts, VHF communication was introduced in Bombay City.
Modified and reconditioned wireless equipment was put into operation with a temporary control
room at Police Commissioner's office in Mumbai with a VHF network of 40 patrolling mobiles.
Repeater stations were thereafter set up at vantage points in various districts to enable wireless and
voice communication between the State Police H.Q. at Bombay and Pune, and the various district
H.Qs. over VHF. This is known as Trunk Auto Repeater Stations (TARS) link. In 1984, this facility was
expanded so as to connect the various Police Stations in the State with their district H.Q.s Morse has,
so far, been the most reliable means of communicating data. This, however, was extremely tedious
and slow. In 1988, Automatic Communication System (ACS) was introduced to transmit data by
wireless using microprocessors. With this, it was now possible to communicate large chunks of data at
high speed. In 1990, Electronic Exchanges using C-DOT technology was introduced at State, Range,
and District H.Qs and thereby bringing in considerable improvement over the operator based manual
exchanges. In 1995, UHF (400 MHz) wireless was gradually introduced in Pune and Nagpur and in parts
of Mumbai, in place of VHF. This had the advantage of better voice quality, and of greater penetration
through standard urban obstacles such as high rise buildings.
In 1997, UHF (800 MHz) Analog Radio Trunking was introduced in Mumbai on a turnkey basis. This is a
radically new technology in which channel redundancy is completely eliminated and switching is
seamless. Using this, individuals connected to the Mumbai Police Trunking Network can combine the
privacy of the telephone with the vast access of conventional wireless. This was the first such
technology used in India.
In 1998, Satellite communication using SCPC DAMA technology was introduced for voice and data
communication. The heart of the system is the NMS (Network Management System) at Wireless H.Qs.
Pune, which directs signals bounced off by INSAT 3-B satellite. 49 V-SAT stations were also set up to
facilitate voice, data, and image communication.
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ANTI CORRUPTION BUREAU
The Maharashtra State Anti-Corruption Bureau was constituted under the Government of
Maharashtra, Home Department, and Resolution No. ACB. 1857/C-3019-V, dated the 26th November
1957, with a view to eradicating the evil of bribery and corruption. The Bureau has its Headquarters at
Mumbai and functions under the overall control and supervision of the Director, ACB, appointed by
the Government under Government Resolution, Home Department, No. ACB. 1857/ C-3019-V, dated
the 7th April, 1959. The Director, who was earlier of the rank of a Deputy Inspector-General of Police,
was given the status of Head of the Department. The post was later upgraded to that of a Director
General of Police. The Director is independent of the state Director General of Police and functions
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directly under the administrative control of Government in the Home Department. There are eight
Units / Ranges of this Bureau, with headquarters at Mumbai, Thane, Nasik, Pune, Amravati, Nagpur,
Aurangabad and Nanded. Except Mumbai, each of these units is in charge of a Superintendent of
Police with the requisite subordinate staff attached to it. An officer of the rank of Addl. Commissioner
of Police is in charge of the Mumbai unit of the Anti Corruption Bureau. A Deputy Superintendent of
Police of this Bureau is stationed in each District, in the rural areas. Addl. Director General of Police or
Inspector General of Police exercises general check over the work of these eight Units.
Vision - To create a dynamic and result oriented Anti Corruption system in terms of
•
•
•
Professionalism,
Effective implementation of Law,
Efficiency.
Mission - To effectively enforce Anti Corruption Laws with integrity & impartiality strive to achieve the
highest standards in the duties we perform, the services we render & the professionalism we display.
Strategy
Focus Areas –
•
•
•
•
•
Exercising effective Corruption control
Effective implementation of laws against corrupt officials
Booking the corrupt elements & thereby preventing heavy loss to the State Exchequer
Collecting intelligence with regard to Disproportionate Assets, Misuse of Powers i.e.
Criminal Misconduct by Corrupt Government Officials
Preventing & Detecting Corruption related crime
Values
•
•
•
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Integrity: To maintain the high standards of Integrity through an unbiased application
of policies & practices
Courtesy: To treat each member of the Public and their complaints with Respect,
Courtesy & Compassion.
Efficiency: Be tough, assertive and appreciative of different perspectives to meet the
specific needs of our mission.
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DEPARTMENT (CID)
CID was commissioned following the recommendation of the Frazer Commission in 1905
headquartered at Pune. CID was commissioned to uphold and enforce the law through impartial and
expeditious investigation of cases. We shall also strive to build Criminal Intelligence System and assist
police units in curbing organized crime. CID continuously improves the standard of investigation by
assimilating modern science and technology and work to instill a sense of security among citizens and
a feeling of justice in the minds of victims of crime and the weaker sections of the society.
The vision of CID is to make Maharashtra the safest State in India.
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The Action Plan of CID is –
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Expeditious and impartial investigation of all cases, particularly, cases of custodial
death.
Assimilate modern technology to upgrade Finger Print Bureau and Handwriting and
Photographic Bureau.
Work in tandem with National Crime Records Bureau to update Crime and Criminal
Information System.
Analyze crime patterns and advise the government on remedial measures.
Always maintain high ethics and integrity. Encourage initiative and innovation.
Adopt professionalism and scientific attitude in investigations and inquiries.
Respect constitutional and human rights of the citizens.
3.2. ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE
Reporting hierarchy under the DGP
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State Headquarters hierarchy
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District HQ hierarchy
Commissionrate hierarchy
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Police station hierarchy
3.3. EXISTING LEGACY SYSTEMS
3.3.1. CRIME CRIMINAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (CCIS)
CCIS has been implemented in all 45 units of Maharashtra successfully. Information is given for day to
day investigation. The threshold data of all these units has been consolidated at SCRB & further
processed and sent to NCRB on regular basis for appending in the national database. The crime data is
being used by the respective districts as an aid towards investigation of crime as and when required.
Also the inter-district data pertaining to crime and criminal is accessed from the SCRB server by
remote districts as and when required. The national level crime and criminal data available on the
NCRB server is been accessed by the units using appropriate userid & password as informed by NCRB.
Necessary directives have been issued by SCRB.
The system is working on Client Server Technology. The system is working on Windows platform
(Windows 2003 O/S) and the Database is SQL SERVER 2000.
CCIS system is successfully implemented & Maharashtra is the leading state in implementation of CCIS
& was appreciated by NCRB.
3.3.2. MOTOR VEHICLE COORDINATION SYSTEM (MVCS)
The main objective of the software is to provide information to public, police and other agencies
regarding the stolen, seized, recovered or lost motor vehicle. MVCS of NCRB has been implemented at
45 units of Maharashtra. Data related to stolen, seized, recovered or lost motor vehicle is entered in
this software at each 45 units on daily basis and flat file is sent to NCRB through email. Besides NCRB
updates the data & the consolidated data of entire nation is kept on NCRB website which is
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downloaded by each district and used for tracking the vehicles. The system is widely used by all the
districts.
The system is working on Windows platform (Windows 2003 O/S) and the Database is SQL SERVER
2000.
3.3.3. TALASH SOFTWARE
Talash Software is used for entering and co-ordinating the persons Arrested, Wanted, Missing,
Kidnapped, Escapees, Deserters, Unidentified persons and Unidentified dead bodies.
The Talash software has been implemented in 45 units of Maharashtra. The data is keyed in at district
level. The data is sent to SCRB in flat file format. The data received from districts at SCRB is
consolidated and the consolidated file is sent to NCRB for consolidation in National level NCRB
database. The application is in primitive stage.
The system is working on Windows platform (Windows 2003 O/S) and the Database is SQL SERVER
2000.
3.3.4. ORGANISED CRIME INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM (OCIS)
Maharashtra state has been selected as pilot state for implementation OCIS system. OCIS Software
caters to the requirement of gang profile information. In this respect the information about the gangs
received in prescribed format from each of the units is captured under OCIS & the respective data is
sent to NCRB for appending in the national database.
The system is working on Windows platform (Windows 2003 O/S) and the Database is SQL SERVER
2000.
3.3.5. COMMON INTEGRATED POLICE APPLICATION (CIPA)
Common Integrated Police Application (CIPA) aims at automation of all functions carried out at the
police stations. The core focus of the CIPA application is the automation of police station operations.
Its core functionality includes the following modules:
•
Registration Module
•
Investigation Module
•
Prosecution Module.
•
There is also a Reporting module that addresses basic reporting needs.
The database for CIPA is installed on standalone machines and used by police stations. The data
accumulated in CIPA application at respective police stations is used by that particular police station.
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However CIPA implementation is in primitive stage and the crime, criminal and property database is in
process of building.
SCRB, Maharashtra has timely followed up with NIC / NCRB for providing bridge software to bring the
data from CCIS format into CIPA format and vice versa, however it is pending at NCRB level. As the
CIPA oriented equipment have not been provided to district, Commissionarate offices, SCRB and other
supervisory offices, the consolidated or centralised database is not available for sharing the
information.
CIPA is built on client-server architecture on a NIC Linux platform using Java and PostgreSQL database.
CIPA is a stand-alone application developed to be installed in police stations.
CIPA is implemented successfully in 358 police stations of Maharashtra in 3 phases.
Phase 1:
The implementation of phase-1 was started in 2007-08. Nine Commissionerates excluding
Mumbai Commissionerate and 127 police stations were covered in phase-1. The implementation
at all locations in phase-1 is completed and usage of the CIPA system has been started in all 127
police stations w.e.f. 1/10/2008.
Phase 2:
The implementation of phase-2 was started on 1st January 2009 in 190 police stations of 8
Districts. The implementation at all locations in phase-2 is completed and usage of the CIPA
system has been started in all 190 police stations.
Phase 3:
The implementation of phase 3 was started on 25th July 2009. Additional police stations of phase 1
and phase 2 as well as 16 police stations of Ratnagiri and 1 police station of Sindhudurg districts
are covered in phase 3. A total of 41 police stations are covered in Phase 3.
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3.4. PROPOSED DATA CENTER INFRASTRUCTURE – MAHARASHTRA STATE DATA CENTRE
(SDC)
SDC is envisioned as the ‘Shared, reliable and secure infrastructure services centre for hosting and
managing the e-Governance Applications of State and its constituent departments’. SDC is envisaged
to establish a robust infrastructure to enable the Government to deliver the services quickly and
effectively to its stakeholders. The proposed State Data Centre being setup at New Administrative
Building, Opp. Mantralaya, Mumbai, would be connected to the State Wide Area Network (SWAN) and
shall provide the access to the e- Governance applications & Services to Government employees
through Intranet and to the citizens through public Internet/CSCs etc. Through such a Shared Service
Centre implemented and managed by a competent Implementation Agency, the individual
departments can focus more on the service delivery rather than on the issues surrounding the
Infrastructure.
3.5. EXISTING WAN INFRASTRUCTURE
MSWAN consists of a 3 Tier structure. These tiers are:
1. State Head Quarter (SHQ)
2. District Head Quarter (DHQ) & Divisional Head Quarter (Div HQ)
3. Taluka Head Quarter(THQ)
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These tiers have Point of Presence and Point of Interconnectivity for various horizontal offices. All
departments & Existing Network are expected to get connected to SWAN. MSWAN has been designed
to carry data, video and voice traffic between different offices of Government of Maharashtra at
State, District and Taluka level.
MSWAN would connect 35 District Head Quarters to the State head quarter, 358 Taluka Head
Quarters to District Head Quarters and 6 Divisional Head Quarters to District Head Quarters. The
detailed listing of Districts and their respective Taluka s is given in Annexure X.
MSWAN POP
Total No. of POPs
State Head Quarter (SHQ)
1
District Head Quarter (DHQ)
35
Taluka Head Quarter (THQ)
323 *
TOTAL
359
* Considering Co location 35 Talukas out of 358 Talukas and 6 Div HQ would not be considered POPs.
These Offices would be connected as Horizontal Offices.
All primary POPs of MSWAN backbone will have various Horizontal connectivity facilities. The
following numbers of horizontal offices are expected to get connected at different tiers of MSWAN
NOC/POP
No. Of NOC/POP
No. Of Horizontal
Office per
NOC/POP
Total No. Of
Horizontal
Offices
SHQ NOC
1
30
30
DHQ POP
35
10
350
THQ POP
358
5
1790
TOTAL
2170
All District Head Quarters shall be connected to SHQ at Mantralaya; Mumbai through Bandwidth
Service Provider 4 Mbps leased Link. All 323 THQs shall be connected to corresponding DHQs through
Bandwidth Service Provider 4Mbps Link and 35 co-located THQ & 6 Divisional Offices shall be
connected to corresponding DHQ as horizontal offices.
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The bandwidth for the SHQ-DHQ links can be upgraded upto 32 Mbps and that for the DHQ-THQ links
could be upgraded upto 4 Mbps. However the bandwidth up gradation is subject to actual usage and
utilization for the particular channel. The up gradation decision will be taken by Setu – Maharashtra in
consultation with the GoM and DIT, GoI.
3.6. EXISTING CLIENT SITE INFRASTRUCTURE
SERVERS INFRASTRUCTURE INFORMATION
Server
Name
(Utilit
y of
the
server
)
Location
Make
&
Model
1.
Web
server
CID HQ,
Pune
HP,
Polnet
Windo
ws
2003
2.
CIPA
Server
Districts
HCL
Windo
ws
2003
S.
N
o
Memory
No. of
Processors
(with
processor
information)
Opera
ting
Syste
m
HDD
RAM
Other
Server
configu
ration
-
160
GB
1 GB
-
1
-
120
GB
1 GB
-
44
No. of
Components
STORAGE INFRASTRUCTURE INFORMATION
S.No
1
Storage Device
/ Platform
Make & Model
Location
Storage
Capacity
(Current)
Supported
Storage
Capacity
(Scalability)
Storage
Configuration
Information
Current Storage
Capacity
Utilization %
Tape Drive
CID HQ,
Pune
72 GB
-
HP made
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2
External Hard
disk
CID HQ,
Pune
160 GB
-
-
-
3
External Hard
disk
CID HQ,
Pune
250 GB
-
-
-
Details of the existing client systems and network infrastructure have been depicted in Annexure IX.
3.7. EXISTING CAPACITY BUILDING INFRASTRUCTURE (DCTC/RTCS/PTCS/POLICE
ACADEMIES)
Training Institution Type
District Computer training centers
(DCTC)
No. of
Training
Institutio
ns
Infrastructure requirements
53
10 terminals & 1 server. Adequate site
preparation.
1
A training center with 20 terminals, 1
server and associated peripherals/
infrastructure.
12
12 training centers with 20 terminals,
2 servers and associated peripherals/
infrastructure each center
SCRB
RTC/PTC/ Academy
Detailed distribution of Training Centres is as follows:No of training Centres
Location
42
DCTC across districts (Other than Mumbai, Pune, Thane, Nagpur)
5
DCTC at Mumbai
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2
DCTC at Pune
2
DCTC at Thane
2
DCTC at Nagpur
1
Maharashtra Policy Academy at Nasik
1
Detective Training School at Nasik
10
Police Training Schools across Maharashtra
1
SCRB
Site name
Number
of sites
Server
Clients
Laser
Printer
Multifunction
printer
UPS (3 kVA)
DCTC at
Mumbai
5
1
10
1
1
1
DCTC at
Pune
2
1
10
1
1
1
DCTC at
Thane
2
1
10
1
1
1
DCTC at
Nagpur
2
1
10
1
1
1
DCTC across
districts
(Other than
Mumbai,
Pune, Thane,
Nagpur)
42
1
10
1
1
1
Maharashtra
Police
1
2
20
2
2
2
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Academy at
Nasik
Detective
Training
School at
Nasik
1
1
10
1
1
1
Police
Training
Schools
across
Maharashtra
10
1
10
1
1
1
SCRB
1
2
20
2
2
2
TOTAL
66
11
110
11
11
11
*Apart from the above mentioned items, each of the office mentioned above has been provided
funds for: 1 LCD projector, 1 digital camera, 1 16 port switch, 1 white board, 1 book shelf, 1
electronic clock and required furniture, electric setup, LAN setup and site preparation.
3.8. CORE APPLICATION SOFTWARE (CAS)
The CCTNS application software will contain a “core” for the States that is common across all 35
States and UTs. The CCTNS Core Application Software (henceforth referred to as CAS) will be
developed at NCRB premises and provided to State for deployment. State System Integrator will
have to customize the CAS according to the unique requirements of the State and thereafter
commission the same. State has the option to develop and deploy additional applications over and
above the customized CAS. The choice of such applications lies exclusively with the Maharashtra
State. The Core application Software (CAS) is expected to be ready by July 2011.
For details of the CAS modules and customization, please refer to the Functional Requirements
Specifications (FRS) document attached as a separate Annexure to this RFP.
3.8.1. CAS - SCOPE OF SERVICES
This section provides the details of the CAS (State) and CAS (Center) that will be developed by the
Software Development Agency at the Center. The details provided here should be read in
conjunction with the RFP and the associated addendums issued by NCRB for the selection of the
Software Development Agency for the Design, Development and Management of CCTNS Core
Application Software (CAS). The functional requirements and the technical architecture of the CAS
(State) and CAS (Center) are also provided in the RFP issued by NCRB for the selection of the SDA.
The CCTNS application software can be conceptualized as comprising different services that fall
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under two broad categories, CAS (Center) and CAS (State).
3.9. CAS (CENTER)
CAS (Centre): CAS (Centre) would reside at NCRB and would cater to the functionality that is
required at the GOI level (by MHA and NCRB). Like CAS (State), CAS (Centre) would also be
developed by NCRB. CAS (Centre) would enable NCRB to receive crime and criminals’ related
data from States in order to organize it suitably to serve NCRB’s requirements and to provide
NCRB with the analysis and reporting abilities to meet their objective as the central level
crime and criminals’ data repository of the nation. This would address the crime and criminals
related information needs of MHA, NCRB, the Parliament, and central government ministries
and agencies, citizens and citizen groups. CAS (Centre) also facilitates the flow if crime and
criminals information across States on a need-basis. CAS (Centre) will be developed and
deployed at NCRB. Also, CAS (Centre) is expected to interface with external agencies such
as passports, Transport authorities, etc.
Overview of Services for CAS (Center)
State-SCRB-NCRB Data Transfer and Management
The service shall enable the NCRB to receive, transform, and collate the crime, criminal, and
related data from States, to organize it suitably to serve NCRB requirements.
Crime and Criminal Reports
The service shall enable authorized personnel to generate the reports and perform analysis on
the central crime, criminals, and related data repository of the nation.
Crime and Criminal Records and Query Management
The service shall enable the authorized personnel to view various registers and perform basic
and advanced queries on the central crime, criminals, and related data repository of the nation.
Talaash Service
The service will enable the user to search for missing persons across a central/ national
database.
Person of Interest
The service will enable the user to search for persons of interest such as persons wanted on
outstanding warrants, accused, charged habitual offenders, convicts, etc. across the national
database.
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Registered Vehicle and Vehicle of Interest Service
The service will enable the user to search for registered vehicles and vehicles of interest such
as, missing / stolen vehicles, abandoned / unclaimed vehicles, and vehicles involved in traffic
incidents across the national database.
Publication Service
This functionality will help the NCRB to publish the periodic crime reviews to the NCRB portal.
NCRB Citizen Interface
The service shall enable the citizens to access/ search the NCRB National Database on the data
(ex, Stolen Vehicles / Property, Missing Persons, etc.) that is approved to be made accessible to
public.
NCRB Interface for RTI
Due to the sensitivity of the information that pertains to national security and harmony, this
service shall enable a limited and restricted access to the authorized external stakeholders to
search the NCRB National Database, upon submission of any RTI requests.
3.10. CAS (STATE)
CAS (State) covers functionality that is central to the goals of CCTNS and is common to the
State. It would focus primarily on functionality at police station with special emphasis on crime
investigation and criminals’ detection. This part would be developed at NCRB and provided to
the State for configuration, customization and enhancements / extensions. The State would
determine the requirements for configuration, customization and enhancements / extensions.
The following are the main function blocks that would comprise CAS (State):
•Registration
•Investigation
•Prosecution
•Records Management
•Search and Basic Reporting
CAS (State) will also include the functionality required at Higher Offices such as State
Police HQ, Range Offices, District HQ and SCRB.
It is envisioned that CAS (State), once operational, will significantly enhance the
outcomes in core police functions at Police Stations. It will do so primarily through its role- and
event-orientation, providing role based user access and controls and an event driven interface
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that helps police personnel (playing different roles) in more effectively performing
their core functions and that relieves police personnel from repetitive tasks that claim
much of their time while returning low or no value.
In order for CAS (State) to achieve the above goals, it is envisaged to meet the following
requirements:
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It will lay special emphasis on the functions at police stations with focus on
usability and ease of use of the application
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It will be designed to provide clear and tangible value to key roles at the
Police Station: specifically the SHO (Station House Officer) and the IO
(Investigation Officer).
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It will be event and role-driven. Access controls will be developed and role
based access will be provided in the application.
•
It will be content/forms-based, with customized forms based on requirements
•
It will be a flexible application, event and role-driven system where actions on a
case can be taken as required without rigid sequence / workflows
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It will eliminate the need for duplicate and redundant entry of data, and the
need for repetitive, manual report preparation – this freeing valuable time and
resources for the performance of core police functions
•
It will be intelligent and help police perform their roles by providing alerts,
highlighting key action areas, etc.
•
Ability to view and exchange information amongst Police Stations, between Police
Stations and other Police formations and with external entities including citizens.
•
Reporting and data requirements of higher offices must be met at the State
Data Centre/SCRB level and not percolate to the police station level.
•
Central facilitation and coordination; but primarily driven and owned by States
where States can configure and customize the CAS for their unique
requirements without the intervention of the central entity
Services in CAS (State)
Citizen Interface/ Portal Module
This module will be designed for citizens to seek Police services through Call for Service Internet medium and for Police officials providing role/ designation based single sign-on
access of all CAS modules and access of data/ information across various databases and
knowledge base.
Call for Service Module
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Call for Service module would help the citizens register a service request through a Police
Control room in every District. Citizens would be able to call for Service using any medium such
as a phone call, email, walk-ins in emergency or a non-emergency situation. Number 100 would
be used as the single/universal contact number to avail any police service anywhere in the state.
The requests can be any general service petition like No Objection Certificate (NOC) for job, NOC
for vehicle theft, NOC for lost cell phone/passport, Licenses for arms, processions, lost/stolen
property, unclaimed/abandon property, complaints (Non Cognizable Offenses), missing person,
Un-natural death, Unidentified Dead Body, Lost Property, Unclaimed/ Abandoned Property etc.
Registration Module
This module would be used by the Police Officials to register cognizable complaints or to report
non- cognizable offences etc. The police personnel will register the complaint and generate an
FIR/NCR, Missing Persons Report, Un-natural death Report, Unidentified Dead Body Report,
Lost Property Report, Unclaimed/ Abandoned Property.
Investigation Module
After a complaint is registered, police initiates the investigation process. The case is assigned to
an Investigation Officer (IO). During the course of investigation, additional details are
captured to build further to the information gathered during the registration phase. This
system would allow the Investigation officer/ Inquiry Officer to record the investigation/ inquiry
details respectively.
In case of NCR (Non Cognizable Report), the system should allow user to capture the
investigation details relevant to a non cognizable offence and the approval from the court and
prepare a final report for closure of the NCR. System should allow the user to generate an
alteration memo and subsequently modify the acts and section details of the complaint.
Prosecution Module
At the end of the investigation, a Police Report is filed in the court. Interfacing with the courts
during the prosecution of cases is an integral part of the responsibility of police personnel. This
will help the police personnel in preparing the charge sheet and recording the prosecution / trial
details.
Crime and Crimnal Records and Query Management Service Module
This module is sub divided into two parts – Internal Search and External Search. Internal Search
module functionality will help the police personnel in searching (Quick & Advanced) the
complaint, crime, criminal, abandoned / unclaimed property, stolen / lost property, missing
persons, arrested, released from jails, convicted, acquitted, pending warrants, pending
summons and other investigation-toolkit-data (Vehicle Registration, Driver License, Cell Phone
Numbers, Voter Details, Education Data etc.). Search facility would be integrated with all the
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modules proposed in this document. This module would work as a one stop search facility for
anything stored in the information/ knowledge base of Maharashtra Police.
External Search module is a search engine based application for search of Database of various
other Departments required to be used during the course of investigation, crime detection,
Antecedents verification etc. It will satisfy long felt need of Police Officers in reducing time and
effort in obtaining such information from other Departments. This data would be available to all
the Police Officers On-line at their workplace on 24/7 basis.
This data could also be secured by Investigating Officers in the Field by sending an SMS to
the Data Centre, Maharashtra Police Headquarters.
Configuration Module
This functionality will help the state to configure the application to suit to their requirements.
The configurability would be by a business user through the user interface of the application or
through a technical user by changes to the master data at the database without any
requirements of changes to code or redeployment of the application.
Police Email and Messaging Service
The service shall enable the police personnel to send / receive official as well as personal
correspondence.
Periodic Crime, and Law & Order Reports and Review Dashboard Service Module
The service shall enable the police personnel to view relevant reports and dashboards and to
conduct periodic crime, and law & order reviews of the police station(s) under the officer’s
jurisdiction.
Notification of Alerts, Important Events, Reminders and Activity Calendar or Tasks
Service
The service shall capture / generate the required alerts, important events, reminders, activity
calendar and tasks.
State-SCRB-NCRB Data Transfer and Management Service
The service shall enable the State to collate, transform and transfer the crime, criminal, and
other related data from state to NCRB.
Petition Management Service
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General Service Petition can be any of No Objection Certificate (NOC) for job, NOC for vehicle
theft, NOC for lost cell phone/passport, Licenses for arms, processions etc.
User Help and Assistance Service
The service shall enable the end user to view the help manuals of the application and in guiding
the end user in using the application.
User Feedback Tracking and Resolution Service
The service shall enable the police personnel in logging the issues/defects occurred while using
the system.
Activity Log Tracking and Audit Service
The service shall capture the audit trail resulting from execution of a business process or system
function.
User Access and Authorization Management Service
The service shall enable the administrative user in setting the access privileges and will provide
authentication and authorization functionality.
3.11. DEVELOPMENT OF CCTNS CORE APPLICATION SOFTWARE (CAS)
CAS (Centre) and CAS (State) will be developed at NCRB under the overall guidance and
supervision of MHA, and a dedicated team from NCRB. NCRB, on behalf of MHA, engaged a
professional software development agency (SDA) to design and develop CAS (Centre) and CAS
(State) and offer associated services. The SDA would enhance and maintain CAS (Centre) and
CAS (State) until the end of the engagement with NCRB and subsequent to that, CAS (Centre)
would be managed by NCRB under the guidance of NIC, DIT and MHA and CAS (State)
would be managed by the State under guidance of the State DIT.
CAS (State) would be built as a platform at NCRB addressing the core requirements of the
Police Station to provide a basic framework to capture and process crime and criminal
information at the police station while providing the State with the flexibility to build their
state specific applications around it and in addition to it. CAS (State) will be provided to State
for deployment. Each State would customize the CAS according to their unique requirements
and thereafter commission the same.
In order to achieve the above stated goals of simultaneously ensuring consistency and
standardization across State (where necessary and possible), and enabling State to meet their
unique requirements, CAS will be built as a highly configurable and customizable application.
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CAS would therefore be a product-like application that could be centrally managed and at
the same time customized to meet the unique requirements of the State a n d deployed in
all States. The following sections provide details of the configuration and customization
requirements of CAS.
In order to achieve the key CCTNS goal of facilitating the availability of real time information
across police stations and between police stations and higher offices, CAS would be built as
a web application. However, given the connectivity challenges faced in a number of police
stations, especially rural police stations, the application must be built to work in police
stations with low and/or unreliable connectivity.
3.12. TECHNOLOGY STACK FOR CAS (STATE)
CAS (State) will be developed in two distinct technology stacks by the Software
Development Agency at the Center. The details of the Technology Stacks are provided as
Annexure I to this RFP. The SI is expected to bid with one of the technology stacks in
response to this RFP. SI shall procure all necessary underlying solution components required
to deploy CAS (State) solution for the State.
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ROLE OF SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (SDA) IN SUPPORTING CAS
The SDA will provide Services for CAS (State) for a period of three (3) years followed by two
optional one-year periods from the date of successful completion of the CAS (State)
Certification. The decision on the two optional one-year periods will be taken in entirety by
NCRB. During the contract period, the SDA shall offer the following services:
i.
Application maintenance and management Services for CAS (Center) and
CAS (state).
ii. Technical Program Management of Implementation of CAS (State) for all
35 States and UTs throughout the duration of the engagement with NCRB/MHA.
Each of these activities is detailed out below:
Application Management Services for CAS (State) and CAS (Center)
The SDA shall provide Application Management services to the CAS (State) and CAS (Center).
The application management services include the following:
• Provision of bug fixes, minor changes, error resolutions and minor enhancements.
• Minor enhancements (the usual run-of-the-mill enhancements and not the
ones identified as part of Continuous Improvement).
• Change request management based on feedback from the users.
• Release Management; Version control of CAS (State) to be managed centrally,
with state-specific configuration incorporated.
• Any changes to CAS code that may be required because of patches to licensed
software being used (if any).
• Updating and maintenance of all project documents.
• SI shall be responsible for application management services and maintenance
support for additional applications, customizations and extensions at the State.
All planned changes to the application, especially major enhancements and changes in
functionality that are deviations from the signed-off FRS/SRS, shall be coordinated within
established Change control processes to ensure that:
Appropriate communication on change required has taken place.
• Proper approvals have been received from CAS Core Group/CPMU.
• Cost and effort estimate shall be mutually agreed upon between SDA and
NCRB
The SDA will define the Software Change Management and version control process and obtain
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approval for the same from NCRB. For all proposed changes to the application, the SDA will
prepare detailed documentation including proposed changes, impact on the system in terms
of functional outcomes/additional features added to the system, etc.
Technical Program Management of Implementation of CAS (State)
After successful certification, the SDA (Software Development Agency) will handover the
certified CAS (State) to States and UTs through NCRB. While NCRB will facilitate the transfer,
the successful transfer of CAS to State on time is SDA’s responsibility. During the period of CAS
Solution Design and Development and the Operations and Maintenance Phase following that,
the SDA shall provide technical program management services in implementing CAS in State.
Through the Technical Program Management, the SDA shall extend all the necessary support
to the State SI and ensure that the SI successfully configures, customizes and deploys CAS
(State) in State. The SDA’s Technical Program Management responsibilities include but are
not limited to:
• Preparation of technical manuals to enable the SI to configure, customize, enhance
and deploy CAS in States ; to be made available to SIs through the CAS online
repository managed by the SDA.
• Preparation of “CAS Implementation toolkits” that comprehensively covers details
on all the aspects of the CAS (State) and CAS (Centre) applications including but not
limited to technical details of CAS, configuration, customization, and extension
details, infrastructure sizing details, installation, commissioning, maintenance,
infrastructure environment turning, and performance tuning details that are
required for the SI to successfully commission the CAS (State) application in the
State, integrate CAS (State) with external agencies and third party solutions in the
State and integrate CAS (State) with CAS (Centre) to seamless transfer the
required data to NCRB.
The implementation toolkit shall also include the following:
o
o
o
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All completed and updated training and support material needed for
customizing and deploying CAS
All completed and updated project documents including FRS, SRS, HLD, LLD
and Test Plans
Relevant software assets/artifacts (including configuration utilities /
tools, deployment scripts to state SIs to deploy CAS (State) in States )
Relevant standards and design guidelines to the SI for customization,
further enhancements, and integration of the application with external
systems and third party components that will be implemented by the SI at
the State
• Conduct of direct knowledge transfer through monthly contact sessions at
NCRB covering all State SIs during the contract period. During the contact sessions,
the SDA shall conduct structured training sessions on the CAS Implementation
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Toolkit prepared by the SDA
• Dedicated State Points of Contact: Members of the SDA’s team shall act as points of
contacts for the state level SIs. The number of States serviced by each SDA contact
person shall be determined in consultation between the CAS Core Group and the
SDA. The point of contact will be responsible for addressing queries from an SI and
in meeting SLA targets (in responding to State’s needs).
• Helpdesk Support: SDA shall provide Helpdesk support to the State SIs during
customization, deployment and stabilization phases with 8 contact hours (during
normal business hours of 10 AM to 6 PM), 6 days (Monday through Saturday, both
included). The SDA shall deploy a team of at least 5 qualified and certified
resources in NCRB to address the questions from the SIs.
• Deployment Scripts: The SDA shall develop the necessary deployment scripts to
deploy CAS (State) in State and provide the same to State’s SI.
• Data Migration Utility: The SDA shall develop a Data Migration Utility/application
with all the formats and tools to load the data into the state databases. This will be
provided to States will enable the State SIs to migrate data from legacy/paper
based systems to the CAS databases. The data migration tool will be an extension
of the one provided by the SDA. In case the Data Migration Tool developed by
the SDA does not incorporate support for any state specific formats etc, the
Data Migration Tool developed by the SI will have to support these.
• Language Localization Support: Proving interface in local languages is a key
requirement of CAS (State). The SDA shall build CAS (State) with interfaces in
English and Hindi; and also build CAS (State) in such a way that it can be configured
for interfaces in other local languages at the State level by the State SIs. It is the
responsibility of the SI to customize CAS (State) for development of local language
interfaces. However the SDA shall assist the State SIs where ever required only to
support the development of such interfaces.
• Supporting the SI to ensure that the CAS (State) that is configured and customized
by the SI in the State successfully passes the User Acceptance Testing (UAT)
milestone.
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Configuration of CAS (State)
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Customization of CAS (State)
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Data Migration of CAS (State) related data from the legacy systems and
/ or manual records to CAS (State)
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Infrastructure Sizing related to CAS (State)
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Commissioning and Deployment of CAS (State)
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Infrastructure Environment Performance Turning related to CAS (State)
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Maintenance of CAS (State)
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Integration of CAS (State) with external agency solutions
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Integration of CAS (State) with additional solutions being integrated by the
SI at the State
• Seamless data exchange from CAS (State) to CAS (Centre)
• Troubleshooting, resolution and escalation with State SIs; and ownership of end-toend data exchange between the CAS (State) and CAS (Centre) needs to ensure
seamless and real-time data exchange.
SCOPE OF THE PROJECT
4.1. GEOGRAPHICAL SCOPE
It is proposed to roll out CCTNS in two phases. Deployment of hardware, site preparation,
connectivity and other infrastructure across all police stations, higher offices and other police
units, Customization & Rollout of Core Modules of CAS, Capacity Building & handholding would
take place in the first phase. Release of subsequent versions of CAS & customization at state
level, Capacity building & Handholding will be covered in second phase. The core focus of each
of the two phases is delineated below:
Numbers of locations within the state to be covered for implementing CCTNS project are as
follows:
Police Stations & Higher Offices
Indicative Number
Police Station (CIPA)
358
Police Station (Non CIPA)
675
Sub Division (SDPO / Dy. SP , ACP)
389
Range
9
SCRB
1
Commissionerates
10
Districts
36
Addl. SP/DCP
99
Jt. CP & Addl. CP
24
DGP office
1
Special Offices
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Forensic Lab & Finger Print
2
Police Control Room
55
Total
1672
The aforementioned locations would be covered for implementing CCTNS project including but
not limiting to, Site Preparation, procurement, deployment and commissioning of requisite
Hardware, Network connectivity, deployment and commissioning of CAS (State) and additional
modules (with proper integration) as per the requirement of Maharashtra Police, training &
handholding support and further provisioning of the all the services mentioned as per scope of
work of this RFP.
The list of police stations has been provided in the Annexure VII.
The details of Maharashtra Police personnel strength units wise has been provided in the
Annexure VIII.
Phase-wise Geographical Scope: CCTNS Phase-I
During the first phase of the project, CCTNS would be rolled out in all Police Stations & Higher
Offices. The roll out would include Site preparation, Procurement, Installation & commissioning
of Hardware, connectivity, other infrastructure, customization of Core Modules of CAS, rollout
of CAS at Police Stations and Supervisory Offices, integration of CAS with External Agencies such
as Courts, Jails etc., Data Centre commissioning, Digitization of Historical Data, Capacity Building
and associated services such as handholding.
Condition of Police stations in Maharashtra varies across various locations. SI would do site
survey and identify appropriate room in Police stations for the installation of computer systems
and other peripherals.
CCTNS Phase-II
All police units & higher offices in the State of Maharashtra would have been covered for the
installation and commissioning of hardware, connectivity and other infrastructure by the end of
Phase-I. CCTNS Phase-II is planned around the release of subsequent versions of CAS and the
large enhancements initiated at the state level.
4.2. FUNCTIONAL SCOPE
Police Officers at Police Station render a variety of services in area of maintenance of law and
order, crime investigation, protection of state assets, VIP protection, traffic control, prosecution
and witness trial management, intelligence gathering and crime prevention, etc. Police stations
also serves as front-end of the entire police department in dealing with public complaints and
requests, and at the same time they occupy a pivotal place as the primary information
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collecting agent for the other functions/wings within the department.
4.2.1. CCTNS FUNCTIONAL MODULE
A brief of the customized Functional Modules being proposed as part of the scope of SI under
Maharashtra CCTNS Solution is as follows:
Sr.
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
CCTNS Module
Functional Requirements
Citizen Interface/ Portal
Module
This module will be designed for Citizens to seek
Police services through ―Call for Service‖ - Internet
medium; and for Police Officials providing role/
designation based single sign-on access of all CAS
modules and access of data/ information across
various databases and knowledge base.
Call for Service Module
Call for Service module would help the citizens
register a service request through a Police Control
Room in every District. Citizens would be able to Call
for Service using any medium such as Internet, E-mail,
Mobile phone, SMS, CSCs, Physical Visit, etc
Registration Module
This module would be used by the Police Officials
to register cognizable complaints or to report noncognizable offences etc. The police personnel will
register the complaint and generate an FIR/NCR,
Missing Persons Report, Un-natural death Report,
Unidentified Dead Body Report, Lost Property Report,
Unclaimed/ Abandoned Property Report using this
module.
Investigation Module
This system would allow the Investigation officer/
Inquiry Officer to record the investigation/ inquiry
details in the module.
Prosecution Module
Interfacing with the courts during the prosecution
of cases is an integral part of the responsibility of
police personnel. This will help the police personnel
in preparing the charge sheet and recording the
prosecution / trial details
QuickFind Module
The module is divided into two parts. Internal Search:
This module will help the police personnel in
searching (Quick & Advanced) the complaint, crime,
criminal, abandoned / unclaimed property, stolen /
lost property, missing persons, arrested, released
from jails, convicted, acquitted, pending warrants,
pending summons and other investigation-toolkitdata (Vehicle Registration, Driver License, Cell Phone
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Functional Requirements
Numbers, Voter Details, Education Data etc.).
External Search: This sub module is a search engine
based application for search of Database of various
other Departments (Voter IDs, Driving License, Ration
Cards, Landline Phone, Cell Phone Subscribers)
required to be used during the course of
investigation,
crime
detection,
Antecedents
verification etc. The system should allow the users to
access these databases through SMS.
Configuration Module
This functionality will help the state to configure the
application to suit to their requirements. The
configurability would be by a business user through
the user interface of the application or through a
technical user by changes to the master data at the
database without any requirements of changes to
code or redeployment of the application.
Police Email and Messaging
Service Module
The Police Messaging system is role based
communication system to help the police personnel
send ―Faster‖ and ―Secure‖ official correspondence
within / across the multiple wings within / across the
Police departments. It would provide general mailbox
features such as address book, send / receive mail
with attachments, creation / deletion of folders,
moving mail to folders, spell check, mail filters,
calendar, rich text editor, auto responders, signatures,
server side mail filters, spam filters and support the
mail protocols (IMAP and SMTP).
9
Periodic Crime and Law &
Order Reports and Review
Dashboard Module
This functionality will help the police personnel to
view the snapshot of the various statistics within and
across police stations on petitions/ complaints, cases,
NCR, FIR, warrants, wanted offenders/suspects etc.,.
This will also be used by the higher officers at all
levels/roles to conduct periodic reviews of the police
stations in their jurisdiction.
10
Notification of Alerts,
Important Events, Reminders
and Activity Calendar or Task
Service Module
This module would assist the police personnel’s to get
notification of alerts; important events, reminders
and activity calendar to help them get latest
information about arrest, vehicles recovered, unknown dead bodies, Date of VIP bandobust etc.
11
State SCRB- NCRB Data
Transfer and Management
Service Module
This functionality will enable the states to transfer
the crime and criminal data from the state, organize
it suitably to serve the NCRB requirements.
7
8
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CCTNS Module
Functional Requirements
12
Petition Management Module
The Verification module would help the police
officials provide results of the police verification to
other Departments through the system. This would
include passport verification, job verification, tenants/
servant verification etc.
13
User Help and Assistance
Service
14
15
16
User Feedback Tracking and
Resolution Service
Activity Log Tracking and Audit
Service
User Access and Authorization
Management Service
This functionality will help the user in providing the
details about each page and also help in guiding the
police personnel in capturing the data.
This functionality will help the police personnel in
logging the issues/defects occurred while using the
system on to Issue tracking system.
An audit trail is a record of actions taken by either the
user or the system triggers. This includes actions
taken by users or Administrators, or actions initiated
automatically by the system as a result of system
parameters. The System must keep an unalterable
audit trail capable of automatically capturing and
storing information about:
•
All the actions (create/read/update/delete)
that are taken upon the critical entities (case,
suspect, property,…) in the system
•
The user initiating and or carrying out the
action;
•
The date and time of the event.Administrative
parameters
The service shall enable the administrative user in
setting the access privileges and will provide
authentication and authorization functionality
Note: Detailed Functional Requirement Specifications are attached as separate volume to this
RFP.
SI will be required to customize the CAS (State) as received from NCRB and shall also be
responsible for developing/ deploying other additional Modules meeting the functional
requirements mentioned in the Functional Requirement Specifications attached as a separate
Volume to this document and other integration requirements.
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4.2.2. SOLUTION & TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURE 1
National Crime Record Bureau, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India is the driving
group behind the development of Core Application Software at the Central level, therefore
Solution and Technology Architecture have been defined at that very level. However, a detailed
TO BE state for the ICT Hardware and solution & technology architecture has been developed
for Maharashtra Police with focus on how the solution will enable the Maharashtra Police to
provide a consolidated suite of applications that can seamlessly interface with external sources
such as other States, Centre, and other external agencies.
CCTNS is deployed on a centralized architecture wherein application would be deployed at the
State Data Center and various offices of Police Department will connect to the system through
WAN. The overall technology solution would be based upon most relevant and suitable
architecture standards including standards for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), XML
services & necessary protocols for internet applications, Data Center standards etc.
Deployment Architecture
The proposed overall solution framework for the Department is presented in this section
depicting the overall ‘Big Picture’ of the key target areas of IT initiatives and their interrelationships. This blue print would be used as a communication tool that provides a snapshot
of the overall goal/ direction to be taken up for implementation of CCTNS project to which all
the stakeholders could relate to, without getting into the complex details of the internal
workings of each of these initiatives. All the modules depicted in the overall solution framework
and explained in detail as part of the Functional Requirement Specification – provides the
overall goal of the Department, including the adoption of core applications modeled under the
CCTNS scheme.
It is required that all the additional modules to be developed by SI should be complying to DIT,
GoI standards and guidelines for open standards. This would enable ease of interoperability and
also be significantly more economical for the Maharashtra Police. It is recommended that SI will
opt for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) for implementing CCTNS application modules.
The SI shall choose the technology such that:
•
It can help businesses (Police functions) respond more quickly and cost-effectively to
changing market conditions.
•
It shall promote reuse at the macro (service) level rather than micro (classes) level. It
can also simplify interconnection to - and usage of - existing IT (legacy) assets.
•
It shall also support the principles of good design: Granularity, interoperability
modularity.
1
This is an indicative solution & Technology Architecture. SI will carry out detailed study to develop the exact solution &
Technology for Maharashtra CCTNS solution considering NCRB guidelines.
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The issues related to performance, manageability, and scalability shall be well
addressed and system shall provide a more manageable system and less contention for
resources.
The overall Solution Blue-print of the Maharashtra CCTNS is depicted in the figure below:
Proposed Solution – Overall Solution
Sub
Divisions
District
Headquarters
Range
Headquarters
User Layer
Police
Stations
State
Headquarter
Maharashtra State Wide Area Network
Information Databases
Telephone
Number
Information
Crime
Information
Case
Information
Forensic
Information
Foreigners
Information
Inventory
Information
Financial
Information
HR
Information
Property
Information
Missing
Person
Information
Complaint
Information
Criminal
Information
Vehicle
Information
CCTNS Core Application Modules
Interfaces
SCRB-NCRB
data transfer
CAS (Center)
Call for Service
Configuration
module
Petition
Management
Module
Customer
Service Center
Registration
Module
Police Email &
Messaging
Service
User Help &
Assistance
Periodic Crime and
Law & Order
Reporting
User Feedback
Tracking 7 Resolution
Service
Prosecution
Module
e-Forms , eCourts & Jail
Police Control
Room
NSDG
Application Layer
Citizen
portal
QuickFind
module
Investigation
Module
Data Layer
Master
Information
Maharashtra
State Data
Centre
9AS System
Notifications &
Alerts
Activity Log Tracking
& Audit Service
CSC State
Portal
BI/Data Mining
Portal (Internet/ Citizen
Intranet/Extranet)
Citizen Service
Centres
Mail ,
Phone
Mobile/ PDA
External
Call Centre/ Help
Desk
Service
Delivery
Portal and Gateway Interface / Webservice Integration Layer
Core Modules of CAS (State)
Supporting modules of CAS (State)
The ‘User’ Layer: This layer forms the internal departmental users accessing the applications
over Internet or through the Maharashtra State Wide Area Network. Role based access would
be defined for the internal users for having accessibility to the respective application modules,
such as HRMS, which would be accessed by all the Police Officers but higher Police authorities
would essentially be accessing reporting modules which would help them in decision making
and monitoring the overall Policing at various levels. Integrated database structure would
ensure a one point stop search available to all the police units.
The ‘Data’ Layer: The overall solution would be based on a hybrid architecture comprising of
centrally located databases at State Data Centre as central repository and locally deployed
databases at other police units (mainly Police Stations). All the proposed applications would be
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able to function in an offline mode and on availability of connectivity, data would automatically
replicate with the central repository in State Data Centre. This approach would cater to the
functionalities of all the key processes and functions performed at Police Station level and
would also allow the users to have an access to the central repository for comprehensive
information as when required. The State Data Centre would securely host the aforementioned
information databases on servers specifically for Maharashtra Police Department. It is
recommended that the State Data Center (SDC) should be the preferred to Third Party Data
Centre option mainly on account of the following:
•
The specialized skills needed to manage a data-centre (such as security access management
through multiple delivery channels, data encryption, storage management, database
administration, etc.) are already being provided for at the SDC. Continuous replication,
maintenance and upgradation would be a redundant effort at the departmental level.
•
Easier to integrate with overall e-Governance initiatives in the State (i.e. integration and
interoperability with applications and databases being developed and maintained by other
departments at the SDC) in the future, if and when required
•
Cost effective option as the IT infrastructure investments would be required only for
enhancing the capacity of SDC (e.g. additional servers, Storage capacity, upgraded
connectivity, etc.).
Networking: The overall networking solution would be based on a combination of Leased line,
VPN over Broadband and Maharashtra SWAN (i.e. the State Wide Area Network established by
the State Government) ensuring optimum uptime at all the desired locations.
The ‘Application’ Layer represents three categories of modules, i.e. core and supporting
modules of CAS (State), existing modules of the State department which would either be
integrated as it is or would undergo certain customization to integrate with the CAS and lastly,
the additional modules proposed by the department which would be either developed afresh
by the SI. These modules will communicate with each other by sharing of data with one
another, or by coordinating an activity between two or more services. Users can easily access
solution components (CCTNS Core Application Software modules) having a single sign-on facility
either through internet or through SWAN. All the modules would be supported with Business
Intelligence/ Data Mining tools coupled with Bi-lingual support, e-payment gateway and
workflow engine.
The ‘Service Delivery’ Layer represents the different modes/media of service delivery, which
would be used for availing/accessing the services of Police. Services would be primarily
provided through Dial 100 system accessed over internet, Mobile and SMS.
4.2.3. INTEGRATION AND INTERFACING REQUIREMENTS
In addition to the Configuration, Customization and Extensions of CAS (State), it is imperative
for the entire solution to get integrated with the CAS (Center) and External Agencies. System
Integrator will be required to integrate the complete set of solution with CAS (Center) and
create interfaces for further integration with External Agencies. The integration and interfacing
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model is as follows, however a detailed integration and interfacing model would emerge out of
the detailed study of System Integrator. The integration has been depicted in the figure below: -
NCRB Portal Interface
CAS
Center
Talaash,
Person of
Interest
Reports &
Query
Crime &
Criminal
Reports
Interface
Vehicles
Mgmt
Publication
Services
Citizen
Portal
RTI
Interface
Data Analysis
State-SCRB-NCRB Data Transfer and Management Service
Interface
User Interface
User Help
Assistance
Service
Petition Mgmt.
Abandon
property
CAS
State
Complaint &
FIR
Admin and
Configuratio
n Mgmt
PCR Call
Interface
Investigation
Mgmt
User
Feedback
Tracking
and
Resolution
Service
Activity Log
Tracking &
Audit
Email &
messaging
User Access
and
Authorization
Notification
of Alerts,
Reminders ,
Calendar
and Tasks
e-Forms
e-Courts
Periodic
Reports
and Review
Dashboard
Jails
Police
Control
Room
Hospitals
Mobile
Service
Provider
Customer
Service
Center
Prosecution
Mgmt
Records &
Query
It is necessary for the System Integrator to conduct a detailed study for deriving the
Integration and Interfacing requirements of CAS (State). At the outset, System Integrator
would also be required to study the National Level initiatives or projects for interfacing and
integration requirements with CAS (State). External Interfacing shall be provided to interface
with, but not limited to, Common Service Centres (CSC), e- forms applications (of State
portals), Transport Department, Courts, Jails, Hospitals, Universities, Telephone Service
Providers, other external government departments etc. to facilitate electronic exchange of
information.
List of state MMPs that needs to be integrated with the CCTNS:
1. National Service Delivery Gateway (NSDG)/ State Service Delivery Gateway
(SSDG): The System Integrator at the state level shall register as a Service
Provider with the NSDG or SSDGs on behalf of the Maharashtra State
Government and provide CCTNS based services. Initially if NSDG/SSDG services
are not available the CCTNS application shall access services through the
existing broadband networks and SDA shall develop APIs for the required
departments during CAS development to enable interoperability and
interconnectivity for its eventual integration with NSDG/SSDG. C-DAC as
Gateway Service Provider of NSDG/SSDG shall provide connectors/Adapters and
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guidelines for hosting services through NSDG/SSDG after the SI register as a
Service Provider on behalf of the Maharahstra State Government.
2. eCourts
Brief Description of Police Station Process
The police station is a hub of several activities. Maintenance of law and order, crime
investigation, protection of state assets, VIP protection, traffic control, service of summons,
production of witnesses in courts, intelligence gathering, bandobust duties, crime
prevention are some of multifarious functions that the police station and its officers have to
discharge. Police stations also serve as front-end of the entire police department in
dealing with public complaints and requests, and at the same time they occupy a pivotal
place as the primary information collection agent for the other functions/wings within the
department. In order to achieve the end-objective of bringing in efficiency and effectiveness in
the police station, it is crucial to understand the different responsibilities of the police station
and identify the key services that need to be addressed in this study.
The first step in identifying the key functions is to segment them under core and
supporting, where the core includes services like crime prevention, petition handling and the
supporting include the employee related personnel and pay functions, store management etc.
The efficiency gains are achieved through addressing the supporting services where the
police station is provided with tools to perform the tasks faster with fewer resources, and the
effectiveness gains are achieved by addressing the core services where the police station can
improve the quality of the services.
Based on the study in the police stations, the various functions of a police station have been
mapped in the diagram below.
The police functions are mainly divided under the following heads –
• Public facing
• Call response
• Crime prevention
• Detection and Investigation
• Court and prosecution
• Law and order
• Back office
• Employee related
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4.3. SCOPE OF SERVICES DURING IMPLEMENTATION PHASE
This section provides the detailed scope of CCTNS project in the State through
implementation of Bundle of Services to be provided by the System Integrator. The scope of
work shall comprise the following activities:
a) Project planning and management
b) System study and Design
c) Core Application Software (State) Deployment as provided by NCRB, MHA
d) Customization of CAS as per requirement of Sate, including but not limiting to its
configuration and Extension (New Modules) of CAS (State)
e) Integration of CAS (State) with CAS (Centre) and External Agencies and their
external applications
f)
Site preparation at the Client site locations (Police Stations, Commissionerates,
Ranges, SCRB, SDPOs, District HQ, and State HQ)
g) IT Infrastructure at the Client site locations ((Police Stations, Commissionerates,
Ranges, SCRB, SDPOs, District HQ, and State HQ)
h) Commissioning and operation of application at the State data centre and the
disaster recovery site.
i)
Data migration and Digitization of Historical Data
Migration of CIPA and CCIS Police Stations / Higher Offices to CCTNS
j) Capacity building and Change Management
k) Handholding Support
l) Support to 3rd party acceptance testing, audit and certification
In implementing the above, the SI shall strictly adhere to the standards set by the MHA,
NCRB, and State. The project will be managed out of the Office of the State Nodal Office in
State HQ. At all points in the execution of the project, key senior resources including the
project manager must be based at State Nodal Officer’s office in State HQ.
4.3.1. PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
This project is a geographically spread initiative involving multiple stakeholders. Its
implementation is complex and though its ultimate success depends on all the stakeholders;
the role of SI is key and hence SI is required to design and implement a comprehensive and
effective project management methodology together with efficient & reliable tools.
To have an effective project management system in place, it is necessary for the SI to use a
Project Management Information System (PMIS). The SI shall address at the minimum the
following using PMIS:
a. Create an organized set of activities for the project
b.
Coordinate and collaborate with various
police departments, SPMU, CPMU and SDA
stakeholders
including
the
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c. Establish and measure resource assignments and responsibilities
d. Construct a project plan schedule including milestones
e. Measure project deadlines, budget figures, and performance objectives
f. Communicate the project plan to stakeholders with meaningful reports
g. Provide facility for detecting problems and inconsistencies in the plan
h.
During the project implementation the SI shall report to the State Nodal
Officer, on following items:
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
Results accomplished during the period
Cumulative deviations to date from schedule of progress on milestones
as specified in this RFP read with the agreed and finalized Project Plan
Corrective actions to be taken to return to planned schedule of progress
Proposed revision to planned schedule provided such revision
is necessitated by reasons beyond the control of the SI
Other issues and outstanding problems, and actions proposed to be taken
Interventions which the SI expects to be made by the Project Director
and /or actions to be taken by the Project Director before the next
reporting period
i.
Progress reports on a fortnightly basis
j.
Interventions which the SI expects to be made by the State Nodal Officer
and/or actions to be taken by the State Nodal Officer before the next reporting
period;
k. Project quality assurance reports
l. Change control mechanism
m. A s part of the project management activities, the SI shall also undertake:
i. Issue Management to identify and track the issues that need attention
and resolution from the State.
ii. Scope Management to manage the scope and changes through a
formal management and approval process
iii. Risk Management to identify and manage the risks that can hinder
the project progress
The Project plan prepared by the SI would be reviewed by the Governance Structure
(please refer to Annexure on details on Governance Structure to be setup in the State) in the
State and approved by the Apex / Empowered Committee on the advice of the State
Mission Team and State Project Management Unit.
The SI would update and maintain the Project Plan throughout the duration of the
engagement. All changes are to be reviewed and approved by the CAS Core Group.
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Requirements Traceability Matrix
The SI would ensure that developed solution is fully compliant with the requirements and
specifications provided in the RFP such as functional, non-functional and technical
requirements. For ensuring this, the SI shall prepare a Requirements Traceability Matrix on the
basis of Functional Requirements Specifications (FRS), Non Functional Requirements
Specification, and Technical Requirements provided by State (updated, expanded and finetuned by the SI as necessary) and the System Requirements Specifications (SRS) prepared by
the SI. This matrix would keep track of the requirements and trace their compliance through
different stages of the project including software design, coding, unit testing and acceptance
testing. The Requirements Traceability Matrix would be a live document throughout the
project, with the SI team updating the matrix at every stage to reflect the meeting of each
specification at every stage.
Through the duration of the project, the State Mission Team will periodically review the
Traceability Matrix. State Governance Structure would provide the final approval on the advice
of the State Mission Team and SPMU once they are satisfied that all requirements are met.
ProjectDocumentation
The SI shall create and maintain all project documents that would be passed on to State as
deliverables as per the agreed project timelines. The documents created by the SI will
be reviewed and approved by the Governance Structure Setup in the State (Please refer
to Annexure for details on Governing Structure to be set up in the State). State Mission Team
would also approve any changes required to these documents during the course of the
project. State will finally sign-off on the documents on the recommendation of State Mission
Team / SPMU / Empowered Committee.
Project documents include but are not limited to the following:
•
Detailed Project Plan
•
Updated/vetted FRS
•
SRS document
•
HLD documents (including but not limited to)
o Application architecture documents
o ER diagrams and other data modeling documents
o Logical and physical database design
o Data dictionary and data definitions
o Application component design including component deployment views,
control flows, etc.
•
LLD documents (including but not limited to)
o Application flows and logic including pseudo code
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o GUI design (screen design, navigation, etc.)
•
All Test Plans
•
Requirements Traceability Matrix
•
Change Management and Capacity Building Plans
•
SLA and Performance Monitoring Plan
•
Training and Knowledge Transfer Plans
•
Issue Logs
The SI shall submit a list of deliverables that they would submit based on the methodology
they propose. The SI shall prepare the formats/templates for each of the deliverables upfront
based upon industry standards and the same will be approved by State prior to its use for
deliverables.
All project documents are to be kept up-to-date during the course of the project.
The SI shall maintain a log of the internal review of all the deliverables submitted. The logs
shall be submitted to State Nodal Officer on request.
All project documentation shall conform to the highest standards of software engineering
documentation.
Procure, Commission and maintain Project Management, Configuration Management and
Issue Tracker Tools at State HQ / SCRB
Project Management Tool: The SI shall keep the project plan and all related artifacts up-todate during the course of the project. In order to help with the project management, the SI
shall use a suitable standard, proven off-the-shelf project management tool (preferably
with unrestricted redistribution licenses). The SI shall install the project management software
at State’s premises right at the beginning of the project. The tool shall provide the dashboard
view of the progress on project milestones by the Nodal Officer and other Supervisory Officers
of CCTNS.
Configuration Management Tool: The SI shall keep all project documents up-to-date during
the course of the project. In order to help with the version/configuration management for all
documents (including source code and all other project artifacts), the SI shall use a suitable
standard, proven off-the-shelf configuration management tool (preferably with unrestricted
redistribution licenses). The SI shall install the configuration management software at State’s
premises right at the beginning of the project.
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Issue Tracker: The SI shall employ a suitable and proven tool for tracking issues (preferably
with unrestricted redistribution licenses) through the execution of the project. The SI shall
install the Issue Tracking System at State’s premises to enable State’s users to access and use
the same.
The SI shall procure and commission the required infrastructure (software, servers) for Project
Management Tool, Configuration Management Tool and Issue Tracker tool and maintain
the same through the duration of the project. These tools along with the servers on which they
are deployed will become property of the State and will be used by State even beyond the
contract period.
The SI would setup an online repository on PMIS / Configuration Management Tool for
providing centralized access to all project documents including manuals and other materials.
The online repository would be maintained by the SI through the engagement period. The SI
should ensure that the repository is built on appropriate security features such as role- and
necessity-based access to documents.
4.3.2. CONFIGURATION, CUSTOMIZATION, AND EXTENSION (NEW MODULES) OF
CAS (STATE) AND INTEGRATION WITH CAS (CENTER) AND EXTERNAL
AGENCIES
System Study, Design, Application Development and Integration
In terms of functionality, CAS would cover those police functions that are central to the
goals of the CCTNS project and are common across States. This includes core functions in the
areas of Complaints/ Case Management, Police Station Efficiency and Analysis & Reporting. It
is estimated that of the possible police functions that could potentially be part of the CCTNS
application at the State level, the functionality covered by CAS is a relatively small part.
Therefore, CAS is being developed as a product-like application that could be centrally
managed and at the same time customized to meet the unique requirements of the States
a n d deployed in all States. SI would be responsible for adding the functionality over and
above the CAS (State) as provided in the Annexure.
CAS (State) contains functionality that is common across all States. CAS (State) would be
configured, customized, extended by the SI based on the unique requirements of the State and
deployed at the State Data Centre. In order to ensure consistency between States and
facilitate the exchange of crime and criminals related information between States and the
Centre and between States, NCRB would develop, own and maintain the CAS. The services
that will be provided by the Software Development Agency (SDA) for the CAS (State)
are articulated in Annexure 1.
For the additional functionality that the State wants to be added to CAS (State), the SI shall
carry out a detailed systems study to refine the Functional Requirements Specifications
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provided as Annexure to this RFP and formulate the System R e q u i r e m e n t s
S p e c i f i c a t i o n s ( SRS) i n c o r p o r a t i n g t h e f u n c t i o n a l s p e c i f i c a t i o n s a n d
standards provided by the NCRB and the state-specific requirements. The SRS preparation
shall take into account the BPR recommendations suggested by the NCRB.
The SI shall carry out a detailed systems study to refine the Functional Requirements
Specifications provided as Annexure to this RFP and formulate the System Requirements
Specifications (SRS) incorporating the functional specifications and standards provided by the
NCRB and the state-specific requirements. The SI shall also study CAS-State and CAS-Center
being developed at NCRB and / or already running application in the State during the system
study phase. The study should also include different integration points of CAS state with
external agencies as per state requirement. The SRS preparation shall take into account the
BPR recommendations suggested by the NCRB / State. The SI should also prepare a
detailed document on the implementation of CAS (State) with respect to configuration,
customization and extension as per the requirement of state. The SI would also prepare a
change/reference document based on changes or deviations from the base version of the CAS
(State) with appropriate references to all the artifacts /documents provided by NCRB / State.
1. Conduct of System Study at the following locations:
•
•
•
Aurangabad:
o
One police station (city)
o
One Divisional office
o
Commissionerate
o
One police station (rural)
o
One police station (city)
o
One police station (city)
o
Pune Rural Police HQ (SP office)
Nasik:
Pune:
2. Preparation of System Requirements Specifications (SRS) for additional
functionalities and different integration points with CAS (Center) and External agencies.
3. Preparation of CAS(State) implementation document with respect to
Configuration, Customization and extensions as per the requirement of state.
4. Preparation of the Solution Design
5. Solution Development and/or Customization and/or Configuration and/or
Extension as required
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6. Development of reports
7. Formulation of test plans and test cases for additional functionalities and
different integrations with external agencies including CAS (Center)
8. Change/Reference document include all the changes or deviations from the base
version of the CAS(State)
9. Testing of the configured solution (CAS) and additional functionalities.
Enhancements of functions / additions of new modules / services to CAS-State as per state
specific requirements / integration requirements to various interfaces / SSDGs shall also be
incorporated in the SRS and shall form the scope of work for the SI.
Creation of TestPlans
Once the SRS is approved and design is started, the SI would prepare all necessary Test Plans
(including test cases), i.e., plans for Unit Testing, Integration and System Testing and User
Acceptance Testing. Test cases for UAT would be developed in collaboration with
domain experts identified at state headquarters. The Test Plans also include planning for the
testing any integration with 3rd party COTS solutions, CAS (Center), any external agencies. The
Test Plans should also specify any assistance required from State and should be followed
upon by the SI.
The SI should have the Test Plans reviewed and approved by the State Mission Team/SPMU/
Empowered Committee. The State headquarters will sign off on the test plans on the advice of
State Mission Team/SPMU.
High Level Design (HLD)
Once the SRS is approved, the SI would complete the HLD and all HLD documents of the
additional functionalities, integration with CAS Center and external agencies upon the
approved SRS. The SI would prepare the HLD and have it reviewed and approved by the State
mission team/SPMU. The State will sign off on the HLD documents on the advice of State
Mission Team/ SPMU.
Detailed (Low Level) Design (LLD)
The LLD would interpret the approved HLD to help application development and would include
detailed service descriptions and specifications, application logic (including “pseudo code”)
and UI design (screen design and navigation). The preparation of test cases will also be
completed during this stage. The SI would have the design documents reviewed and approved
by the State Mission Team/SPMU. State headquarters/Nodal officer will sign off on the LLD
documents upon the advice of State Mission Team/SPMU.
Application Development and Unit Testing
The SI would develop the application in accordance with the approved requirements
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specifications and design specifications and according to the approved Project Plan; and
carry out the Unit Testing of the application in accordance with the approved test plans. The SI
shall consider the local language support and prepare necessary configuration files for both
CAS and additional functionalities/modules developed as part of CAS.
The SI would also implement the changes proposed in the Change/Reference document to
Core Application Software and carry out a thorough regression testing includes running some
of the previously executed scripts for the functionality from the traceability matrix provided by
NCRB/State.
The SI shall also develop a Data Migration Utility/application for the additional functionalities
with all the formats and tools to load the data into the state databases. This will migrate data
from legacy/paper based systems of the new modules to the CAS databases.
The user acceptance testing and fine-tuning of the application would be at State Headquarters
premises. Also, the key senior resources would continue to be based onsite at State
Headquarter premises.
Configuration of CAS (State)
The SI shall configure CAS (State) to the requirements of the State that include but not limited
to:
1. Developing Local Language Interfaces and Support
2. Configuring users
3. Configuring Police Stations / Higher Offices
4. Configuration of the UI as required by the State
The collection of the data required for the configuration of the CAS (State) shall be the
responsibility of the SI. SPMC in coordination with the State Departments shall validate the
data collected by the SI.
Setup of Technical Environment at State Headquarters
The SI shall procure, setup and maintain the required software and the infrastructure for
systems testing, functional testing and User Acceptance Testing; and training activities within
State Headquarter premises; and for any other activities that may be carried out of State
Headquarter premises such as issue management (Issue Tracker), document repository
(configuration management tool), etc.
Regression, Integration, System and Functional Testing
After successful unit testing of all components, the SI would conduct full-fledged integration
testing, system testing and functional testing in accordance with the approved Test Plans for
the configured/customized CAS (State), additional functionalities and also integration with CAS
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(Center) and external agencies. This would include exhaustive testing including functional
testing, performance testing (including load and stress), scalability testing and security testing.
Functional testing will be led by the SI’s experts.
A thorough regression testing should be conducted for those functionalities identified in
Change/Reference document to provide a general assurance that no additional errors were
cropped up in the process of addressing the customizations and/or Extensions. Customized
CAS (State) Integrations with CAS (Center) and with any external agencies should be
thoroughly tested.
Making all necessary arrangements for testing including the preparation of test data, scripts if
necessary and setup of test environment (across multiple platforms) shall be the responsibility
of the SI.
The SI along with State Mission Team/ SPMU should take the responsibility in coordinating
with NCRB and other external agencies for a smooth integration.
Test Reports
The SI shall create test reports from testing activities and submit to State
Mission Team/SPMU/Empowered Committee for validation.
Test Data Preparation
The SI shall prepare the required test data and get it vetted by State Mission Team/SPMU. The
test data shall be comprehensive and address all scenarios identified in the test cases. The SI
should also prepare the test data for all required integrations including CAS (Center) and
external agencies.
User Acceptance Testing (UAT)
Test Plans for UAT would be prepared by the SI in collaboration with the State Mission
Team /SPMU domain experts. The SI will plan all aspects of UAT (including the preparation of
test data) and obtain required assistance from State Headquarters to ensure its success. State
Mission Team/SPMU will assemble representatives from different user groups based on
inputs from the SI and would facilitate UAT. The SI would make the necessary changes to the
application to ensure that CAS successfully goes through UAT.
It’s mandatory for SI to incorporate/consider test cases as part of UAT test cases for those
customized and/or extensions and/or configured functionalities identified from traceability
matrix provided by NCRB / State.
4.4.
INFRASTRUCTURE AT THE DISTRICT TRAINING CENTERS
The details of existing training infrastructure available in the state has been specified in the
section 3.7 above, SI may use the existing training infrastructure for capacity building purpose
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and if required provide additional infrastructure based on the meeting project timelines and
requirements of Maharashtra Police.
4.5. SITE PREPARATION AT POLICE STATIONS AND HIGHER OFFICES
The SI is expected to prepare the client sites for setting up the necessary client site
infrastructure. Site preparation at Police Stations & Higher Offices will include but not limited
to:
i. Provision of Local area network (LAN cables, LAN ports,)
ii. Provision of computer furniture for Police Stations
iii. Ensure adequate power points in adequate numbers with proper electric-earthling
iv. Earthing and electric cabling as required at the site
v. In addition to the above Supply and fixing of furniture like computer tables, chairs and
other item shall be carried out to ensure successful site preparation and installation of
CCTNS at every access location
Site Preparation shall cover all the activities necessary to enable the Police Station to setup the
client side infrastructure and operate on CCTNS.
4.6. INFRASTRUCTURE AT THE CLIENT SIDE LOCATIONS
The premises for offices will be provided by the department at respective locations. The list of
Police Stations, Circle offices, and other locations where the infrastructure is required is
provided under the Geographical Scope Section. SI shall procure the CCTNS infrastructure
required at the locations statewide.
At each such location the following shall be carried out.
1. Supply of the hardware, software, networking equipments, UPS, DG set to the location
as per the requirements
2. Redundant Network Connectivity - Ensuring last mile connectivity and testing. (At some
locations SWAN may be available. SI shall ensure there is redundancy in the
connection)
3. Installation, Testing and Commissioning of UPS, DG-Set
4. Physical Installation of Desktops, Printer, Scanner, /MFD, Switch- Connecting
peripherals, devices, Plugging in
5. Operating System Installation and Configuration
6. Installation of Antivirus and other support software if any
7. Configuring the security at the desktops, switch and broadband connection routers
8. Network and browser Configuration
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9. Test accessibility and functionality of CCTNS application from the desktops
10. Ensuring all the systems required are supplied, installed, configured, tested and
commissioned and declaring the site to be operational.
11. In addition to the above supply and fixing of furniture like computer tables, chairs and
other items shall be carried out to ensure successful site preparation and installation of
CCTNS at every location
CCTNS application will be accessed and used at various access locations across the state like
Police Stations, Circle Office, Sub Division office, District Office and other higher offices.
Police Station Hardware / Site Preparation for nonCIPA and CIPA (Phase 1) police stations (802 nos.)
Items
Qty
Client Systems (Including Antivirus,
Operating Systems and Office Suite)
4
HDD 160GB
1
Duplex Laser Printer
1
Multi-Function Laser (Print/Scan/Copy)
1
UPS for 120min backup
1
2KVA Generator Set
1
16-Port Switch
1
Fingerprint Reader
1
Digital Camera
1
Electronic Pen
1
Site Preparation
1
Operational Expenses per location for 3 yrs
1
Police Station Hardware / Site Preparation for CIPA
(Phase 2 & 3) police stations (231 nos.)
Items
HDD 160GB
Qty
1
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2KVA Generator Set
1
Fingerprint Reader
1
Digital Camera
1
Electronic Pen
1
Site Preparation
1
Operational Expenses per
location for 3 yrs
1
The infrastructure required at Higher Offices includes:
Higher Offices
PC
UPS
MFP
Switch
Paper / Toner
Sub-Division
Qty/Office
3
1
1
1
For 3 Years
Range
Qty/Office
4
1
1
1
For 3 Years
ACP
Qty/Office
3
1
1
1
For 3 Years
SCRB
Qty/Office
10
2
1
1
For 3 Years
DCP
Qty/Office
1
1
1
For 3 Years
Addl. SP
Qty/Office
3
1
1
For 3 Years
Jt. CP and Addl.
CP
Qty/Office
4
1
1
For 3 Years
Special Offices
Qty/Office
4
1
1
For 3 Years
Commissionerate Qty/Office
25
25
1
For 3 Years
Districts
Qty/Office
10
10
1
For 3 Years
Police
Headquarters
Qty/Office
50
50
1
For 3 Years
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4.7. NETWORK CONNECTIVITY FOR POLICE STATIONS, HIGHER OFFICES, AND TRAINING
CENTERS
The Networking solution of CCTNS project shall be based on a Hybrid Model which will consist of
Maharashtra State Wide Area Network (SWAN) operated by Maharashtra under SWAN scheme
and Data network operated by Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) which consists of Point to
point leased lines, VPNoBB, WiMax, VSAT and MPLS technologies. BSNL shall be providing the
Networking & Connectivity services along with Operations & Maintenance for all the locations
implemented by BSNL in Maharashtra. BSNL shall also provide connectivity on MPLS VPN network
for aggregated bandwidth at each SDC (State Data Center) for the locations connected on VPNoBB,
WiMax and VSAT network and also provide connectivity for SDCs (State Data Centre) at State Head
quarters (SHQs) to the National Data Centre (NDC) of NCRB. Further BSNL shall provide MPLS VPN
network for connecting SDC and Disaster Recovery Centre (DRC) of the State/UT. The DRC location
needs to be finalized by the States/UTs and the SDCs of other States/UTs may be mutually
considered as DRCs of each other.
Please refer to Annexure V for details on the proposed network connectivity solution for CCTNS
project.
Scope of Work for BSNL: The details of scope of work of BSNL are as under:
a) Provisioning of 2Mbps Point to Point Lease Line (P2PLL) for locations to be connected with
the nearest SWAN POP.
b) Provisioning of WAN connectivity on VPNoBB/WiMax/VSAT for locations which are not
feasible to be connected directly with the SWAN on P2PLL.
c) Provisioning of the Routers (at CCTNS site) and Modems for locations to be connected
directly with SWAN and all other hardware and network infrastructure provided for
VPNoBB/WiMax/VSAT connectivity.
d) Provisioning of Aggregated bandwidth on MPLS network at each States/UTs SDC for the
locations connected on VPNoBB, WiMax and VSAT network.
e) Provisioning of MPLS connectivity between State/UT SDCs and DRC.
f) Provisioning of MPLS connectivity between NDC and State/UT SDCs
g) Maintaining the network including hardware supplied for minimum period of 3 years.
Role to System Integrator: The SI shall coordinate with BSNL and the State/UT Police Department
for implementation of the Network and Connectivity solution of CCTNS project. The following are
the key responsibilities of the SI with respect to Networking and Connectivity.
a) Site preparation at all locations for establishment and installation of networking and
connectivity solution.
b) Coordination with the Maharashtra State Police Department and nominated officials of
BSNL for Installation, Configuration, Testing and Commissioning of BSNL’s 2Mbps Point to
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Point Leased Lines for connecting with SWAN, VPNoBB, WiMax, VSAT and MPLS links.
c) Coordination with BSNL for ensuring Operations and Maintenance of networking hardware
to ensure compliance to the SLAs as offered by BSNL.
d) The SI will also be coordinating with BSNL and Maharashtra State Police Department for
SLA Monitoring, Fault Reporting & Troubleshooting of the links for meeting the Service
levels and Master Service Agreement.
e) The Police Stations and Higher Offices which are within the proximity of SWAN PoP (Point
of Presence) will be connecting on LAN directly from SWAN PoP. The SI shall also
coordinate with SWAN operator (Appointed under SWAN project) for Installation,
Configuration, Testing and Commissioning of LAN connectivity for sites co-located within
the SWAN PoP and LAN connectivity from SWAN NOC (Network Operation Centre) to the
SDC. The SI shall be coordinating with SWAN operator for SLA Monitoring, Fault Reporting
& Troubleshooting of the LAN links as per SWAN SLA.
f) SI shall also coordinate with Maharahstra State CCTNS Nodal Officer for finalizing Police
stations lists for the connectivity options, issuing commissioning report for demand
note/payment clearance, reporting SLA and providing for link status updates.
4.8. IT INFRASTRUCTURE AT THE DATA CENTER AND DISASTER RECOVERY CENTER
The SI shall provide system integration services to procure and commission the required software
and infrastructure at the State Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Centre, deploy the configured
and customized CAS (State), addition modules developed if any, and integrate with CAS (Centre)
and any External Agencies as provided in the functional scope.
The SI shall be completely responsible for the sourcing, installation, commissioning, testing and
certification of the necessary software licenses and infrastructure required to deploy the Solution
at the State Data Centre and at the Disaster Recovery Centre (DRC).
SI shall ensure that support and maintenance, performance and up-time levels are compliant with
SLAs. SI shall coordinate with SDC in isolating the issues between solution stack and common
infrastructure provided by SDC; and in ensuring that they are reported to concerned parties so that
they are resolved in timely manner.
To ensure redundancy requirements are met, SI shall ensure that infrastructure procured by the SI
has redundancy built in. SI shall also provide descriptive ‘Deployment Model, Diagrams and Details’
so that redundancy requirements for the common Data Center infrastructure can be addressed
CAS (State) will be developed in two distinct technology stacks by the SDA at the Center. The SI
is expected to bid with one of the technology stacks in the response to this RFP. SI shall procure
all the necessary underlying solution components required to deploy the CAS (State) solution
for the State .
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the Disaster Recovery Centre (DRC). The SI is responsible for sizing the hardware to support the
scalability and performance requirements of the solution. The SI shall ensure that the servers and
storage are sized adequately and redundancy is built into the architecture that is required meet
the service levels mentioned in the RFP.
• The SI shall be responsible for the sizing of necessary hardware and determining the
specifications of the same in order to meet the requirements of State.
• SI shall provide a Bill of Material that specifies all the hardware, software and any
additional networking components of solution for the State Data Centre and DRC, in
detail so as to facilitate sizing of common Data Centre and DRC infrastructure such as
Racks, Power and Cooling, Bandwidth among other components. The common DC and
DRC infrastructure shall be provided by State.
• SI shall ensure that effective Remote Management features exist in solution so that
issues can be addressed by the SI in a timely and effective manner; and frequent visits to
Data Centre /DRC can be avoided.
• After commissioning and testing of the entire system at State Data Center / DRC, the SI
shall support the State in getting the system certified by a 3rd party agency identified
by State.
• State will provide the premises for Primary Data Centre (DC) and Disaster Recovery
Centre (DRC) for hosting the solution. The solution shall be hosted in a collocation model
in the Data Centers.
The following common data Centre services will be available to the SI through the Data Centre
Operator / Data Centre Service Provider (DCO):
1. Rack
2. Power and Cooling
3. UPS, DG set power backup
4. Bandwidth and Connectivity
5. LAN
6. VPN
7. Firewall
8. Intrusion Protection System
9. Fire prevention
10. Physical security surveillance
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11. Network Operation Centre
12. Common Data Centre facility Maintenance and Support
The SI is responsible for the below at the Data Centre / DRC:
1. Servers (Web, Application, Database)
2. All necessary software components including but not limited to Operating System
etc.
The indicative specifications for the Web Server, Application Server, Database Server and
Networking components are provided as Annexure VI to this RFP.
SI shall provide Bill of Materials for all the hardware, infrastructure items and other items which
are part of the scope.
Indicative Bill of Materials:
Bill of materials for police stations (CIPA and non CIPA)
Item
Unit of measurement
Quantity # (units)
Client System (PCincluding Antivirus,
Operating System and
Office Suite)
Nos.
3208
Duplex laser printer
Nos.
802
Multi-Function Laser
(Print/Scan/Copy)
Nos.
802
UPS for 120min
backup (1KVA)
Nos.
802
2KVA Generator Set
Nos.
1033
Nos.
802
Fingerprint Reader
Nos.
1033
Digital Camera
Nos.
1033
Electronic Pen
Nos.
1033
Digital signature with
certificates
Nos.
1033
16 Port switch
OEM
Dax/Linksy
s/ZyEXL
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Hard Disk Drive 160
GB
Maharashtra Police
Nos.
1033
BOM for higher offices:
Bill of materials for Sub-Division (SDPO/Dy. SP, ACP) offices
Item
OEM
Unit of
measurement
Quantity# (units)
Client System (PC –
including Antivirus,
Operating System and
Office Suite)
Nos.
1167
Multi-Function Laser
(Print/Scan/Copy)
Nos.
389
UPS for 120min backup
(1KVA)
Nos.
389
OPE (Paper/toner)
Nos.
389
Nos.
389
Nos.
389
16 Port switch
Dax/Linksys
/ZyEXL
Digital signature with
certificates
Bill of materials for Ranges
Item
OEM
Unit of measurement
Quantity# (units)
Client System (PC
– including
Antivirus,
Operating System
and Office Suite)
Nos.
36
Multi-Function
Laser
(Print/Scan/Copy)
Nos.
9
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UPS for 120min
backup (1KVA)
Nos.
9
OPE
(Paper/toner)
Nos.
9
Nos.
9
Nos.
9
16 Port switch
Dax/Lin
ksys/ZyE
XL
Digital signature
with certificates
Bill of materials for SCRB
Item
OEM
Unit of measurement
Quantity # (units)
Client System (PC
– including
Antivirus,
Operating System
and Office Suite)
Nos.
10
Multi-Function
Laser
(Print/Scan/Copy)
Nos.
1
UPS for 120min
backup (1KVA)
Nos.
2
OPE
(Paper/toner)
Nos.
1
Nos.
1
Nos.
1
16 Port switch
Dax/Lin
ksys/ZyE
XL
Digital signature
with certificates
Bill of materials for Commissionerates
Item
OEM
Unit of measurement
Quantity # (units)
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Client System (PC
– including
Antivirus,
Operating System
and Office Suite)
Nos.
250
Multi-Function
Laser
(Print/Scan/Copy)
Nos.
250
UPS for 120min
backup (15KVA)
Nos.
10
OPE
(Paper/toner)
Nos.
10
Nos.
10
Nos.
10
48 Port switch
Dax/Lin
ksys/ZyE
XL
Digital signature
with certificates
Bill of materials for Districts HQs
Item
OEM
Unit of measurement
Quantity # (units)
Client System (PC
PC – including
Antivirus,
Operating System
and Office Suite)
Nos.
360
Multi-Function
Laser
(Print/Scan/Copy)
Nos.
360
UPS for 120min
backup (5KVA)
Nos.
36
OPE
(Paper/toner)
Nos.
36
Nos.
36
Nos.
36
24 Port switch
Dax/Lin
ksys/ZyE
XL
Digital signature
with certificates
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Bill of materials for State HQ (DGP office)
Item
OEM
Unit of measurement
Quantity # (units)
Client System (PC
– including
Antivirus,
Operating System
and Office Suite)
Nos.
50
Multi-Function
Laser
(Print/Scan/Copy)
Nos.
50
UPS for 120min
backup (15 KVA)
Nos.
2
OPE
(Paper/toner)
Nos.
1
Dax/Lin
ksys/ZyE
XL
Nos.
1
Dax/Lin
ksys/ZyE
XL
Nos.
1
Nos.
50
48 Port switch
24 Port switch
Digital signature
with certificates
Bill of materials for Police Control Rooms (PCRs)
Item
OEM
Client Systems
(Including
Antivirus,
Operating System
and Office Suite)
Item
Unit of measurement
Quantity # (units)
Nos.
OE
M
Data Center
database Server
Unit of measurement
Nos.
55
Quantity # (units)
1
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Data Center App.
Server
Nos.
1
Data Recovery
Server
Nos.
1
4.9. DATA DIGITIZATION & DATA MIGRATION
Data Migration
Migrating the data from the other systems/manual operations to the new system will include
identification of data migration requirements, collection and migration of user data, collection and
migration of master data, closing or migration of open transactions, collection and migration of
documentary information, and migration of data from the legacy systems.
The SI shall perform the data digitization & migration from manual and/or the existing
systems to the new system. The Data digitization & migration to be performed by the SI shall be
preceded by an appropriate data migration need assessment including data quality assessment.
The Data migration strategy and methodology shall be prepared by SI and approved by State. In
case these have already been prepared by the SPMC, the SI can take the SPMC’s documents as
inputs and add / modify as necessary. Though State is required to provide formal approval for the
Data Migration Strategy, it is the ultimate responsibility of SI to ensure that all the data sets which
are required for operation of the agreed user requirements are digitized or migrated.
Any corrections identified by State or any appointed agency, during Data Quality Assessment and
Review, in the data digitized/ migrated by SI, shall be addressed by SI at no additional cost to
State . So far as the legacy data is concerned, they are either available as structured data in the
IT systems that are currently used by State for related work or in the form of paper documents
(Cases Documents and Police Station Registers). Almost all of such data items relevant for a Police
Station are maintained at the same Police Station.
Data Migration Requirements
1. Since there could be structural differences in the data as stored currently from the new system
there should be a mapping done between the source and target data models that should be
approved by Project Director
2. Carry out the migration of legacy electronic data
3. Carry out the migration of the data available in the existing registers, reports, case
files,etc.(Physical Copies)
4. Scan images and pictures within the case file in color and store them in the digital format.
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5. Provide checklists from the migrated data to State Nodal Officer for verification, including
number of records, validations (where possible), other controls / hash totals. Highlight errors,
abnormalities and deviations.
6. Incorporate corrections for the errors discovered during verification process, as proposed
7. Get final sign off from State Nodal Officer/ Empowered Committee for migrated / digitized
data
8. At the end of migration, all the data for old cases and registers must be available in the new
system
Scope of Data Migration
1. Last 10 years relevant historical data to be digitized, approx 23.5 Lakh records
2. Data digitization has been going on under CCIS and CIPA
3. Only that data which has not been digitized under CCIS and CIPA will be digitized
under CCTNS
4. The unit of data digitization would be one case file (containing upto 7 IIF forms)
The table details the number of records (approx) under each head which is required to be
digitized/ migrated to the new system.
S.N
Registers/Form
Name
Number of records
Data Digitization/ Migration
Requirements
IIF form 1 (FIR Register) – Data is
available both in Manual Forms
and in digitized fashion. Approx
76% of FIRs have been digitized.
•
Integrated
Investigation
Form I
Approximately
23.5
lakh
Criminal Cases have been
registered in all Police Stations
of the State in last 10 years.
•
Integrated
Investigation
Form II.
Approximately 23.5 lakh crime Approx 65% of IIF 2 forms have
details forms have been filled been digitized. This need to be
migrated & remaining need to be
in last 10 years.
digitized.
•
Integrated
Investigation
Form III
Total 23.5 lakh crimes have Approx 73% of IIF 3 forms have
been digitized. This need to be
been registered.
migrated & remaining need to be
digitized.
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•
Integrated
Investigation
Form IV
Total 23.5 lakh crimes have Approx 23% of IIF 4 forms have
been digitized. This need to be
been registered.
migrated & remaining need to be
digitized.
•
Integrated
Investigation
Form V
Approximately 23.5 lakh final Approx 47% of IIF 5 forms have
forms have been filled in last been digitized. This need to be
migrated & remaining need to be
10 years.
digitized.
•
Integrated
Investigation
Form VI
Total 23.5 lakh crimes have Approx 7.8% of IIF 6 forms have
been digitized. This need to be
been registered.
migrated & remaining need to be
digitized.
•
Integrated
Investigation
Form VII
Total 23.5 lakh crimes have Approx 3% of IIF 7 forms have
been digitized. This need to be
been registered.
migrated & remaining need to be
digitized.
Assumptions:1. It is assumed that each case for which FIR is registered, requires filling up all the other
IIF forms.(Although for every FIR, other IIF forms may not be filled always, but this
assumption can give us data as upper limit)
2. All the forms filled are available to us either in digitized or manual form.
3. Data available to us is consolidated data for last 12.75 years (12 years & 1st three
quarters of 2010). Therefore to obtain no of records for last 10 years, it is assumed that
crimes have been registered uniformly over last 13 years.
The data reconciliation and de-duplication is a major activity to be carried out as part of
the data migration.
Recommended Methodology of Data Migration
Data migration methodology will comprise the following steps, explained as below. However
this is just a guideline for data migration effort and the SI will be required to devise his own
detailed methodology and get it approved by State Nodal Officer.
1. Analysis
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Analysis of the legacy data and its creation, conversion, migration and transfer to the
proposed new data base schema will be started during the scoping phase and shall take a
parallel path during the design and development phase of the application. It will cover the
following steps:
a) Analyze the existing procedures, policies, formats of data in lieu of the new
proposed system to understand the amount of the data and the applicability
in CCTNS
b) Write a specification to create, transfer and migrate the data set
c) Document all exceptions, complex scenarios of the
data
d) This phase will generate the specification for Data Take–On routines
2. Transformation
Transformation phase can be commenced after integration testing phase. It will entail the
following steps:
a) Identify the fields, columns to be added/deleted from the existing system
b) Identify the default values to be populated for all ‘not null’
columns
c) Develop routines to create (Entry if any by data entry operators), migrate,
convert the data from hard copies, old database (if any), computer records to
the new database
d) Develop test programs to check the migrated data from old database to
the new database
e) Test the migration programs using the snapshot of the production data
f)
Tune the migration programs & iterate the Test cycle
g) Validate migrated data using the application by running all the test cases
h) Test the success of the data take-on by doing system test
3. Data Take–On
Take–On phase will be initiated when the proposed solution is ready to be deployed. It will
entail the following steps:
a) Schedule data transfer of the computerized data that has been newly created by
the data entry operators based on the hard copy records.
b) Schedule data transfer of the existing digital data in the proposed new format
c) Migrate the data from an old system (legacy) to the envisaged database
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d) Test on the staging servers after the data take-on with testing routines
e) Migrate from staging servers to production servers
f)
Deploy and rollout the system as per the project plan
Additional Guidelines for Data Migration
1. SI shall migrate/convert/digitize the data at the implementation sites of State.
2.
SI shall formulate the “Data Migration Strategy document” which will also include
internal quality assurance mechanism. This will be reviewed and signed–off by State
prior to commencement of data migration.
3.
SI shall incorporate all comments and suggestions of State in the Data Migration
Strategy and process documents before obtaining sign–off from State.
4. SI shall perform mock data migration tests to validate the conversion programs.
5. SI shall ensure complete data cleaning and validation for all data migrated from
the legacy systems to the new application.
6. SI shall validate the data before uploading the same to the production environment.
7. SI shall generate appropriate control reports before and after migration to
ensure accuracy and completeness of the data.
8.
SI shall convey to State in advance all the mandatory data fields required for
functioning of the proposed solution and which are not available in the legacy
systems and are required to be obtained by State.
9. In the event State is unable to obtain all the mandatory fields as conveyed by SI, SI
shall suggest the most suitable workaround to State. SI shall document the suggested
workaround and sign-off will be obtained from State for the suggested workaround.
10. SI shall develop data entry programs / applications that may be required for the
purpose of data migration in order to capture data available with / obtained by State
in non – electronic format.
11. SI shall conduct the acceptance testing and verify the completeness and accuracy of
the data migrated from the legacy systems to the proposed solution.
12. State may, at its will, verify the test results provided by SI.
Data Digitization
In addition to the data migration SI would also digitize the historical data (covering the last 10
years). The historical data to be digitized would include crime (case/incident) data,
criminals’ data, the data from the 7 IIF and relevant historical information parameters/data
used to generate registers and reports. The unit of data digitization shall be one case file. Each
case file shall consist of information pertaining to all 7 IIFs, information parameters relevant
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to generate specific registers from that case file and information parameters relevant to
generate specific reports from that particular case file.
4.10. MIGRATION OF CIPA AND CCIS POLICE STATIONS / HIGHER OFFICES TO CCTNS
The SI is also responsible for migrating the Police Stations and Higher Offices currently
operational on CIPA and CCIS to CCTNS as part of the CCTNS implementation in the State . SI
shall validate the data in the CIPA systems and migrate the data to CCTNS. In addition, the
State may also decide to cover other applications currently being used under this data
migration and integration effort if felt necessary.
4.11. CAPACITY BUILDING
Identification of Trainers (Internal)
The State Nodal Agency shall identify qualified Trainers with relevant IT experience and
training competency within each District Mission Team and State Mission Team who will
be directly trained by the System Integrator and will be responsible for interfacing with the
System Integrator for all the Capacity Building Initiatives. These Trainers will be responsible for
implementing the Capacity Building interventions beyond the scope of the System
Integrator.The System integrator is responsible for providing the following tranings for CCTNS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Awareness and sensitization of benefits of IT
Basic Computer Awareness & Role based training for application users
Trainers Training
Administration & Support Training
Identification of Trainers (Police Training Colleges)
The State Nodal Agency shall identify the Trainers within each of the Police Training
Colleges in the State who will be directly trained by the System Integrator. These trainers will
be responsible for including training on CCTNS within the training college curriculum and
impart the training on CCTNS to the new recruits and current personnel (refresher training) at
the Police Training Colleges.
Identification of Trainees
Based on the nature of their responsibilities and their requirements from CCTNS, police staff
can be classified into the following categories for training purposes:
• Group I: Identify the key senior officers (ADGP, IG, DIG) responsible for Crime, Law
and Order, who are directly impacted by the CCTNS with respect to
receiving/analyzing the reports through CCTNS.
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Maharashtra Police
Role-based training will be carried out for these officers at suitable
location in the State Headquarters by the System Integrator
• Group II: Identify the key officers (IG, DIG, SP, DCP, ACP) in charge of
a zone/range/district/sub-division who are directly impacted by the CCTNS with
respect to reviewing the police station performance through CCTNS, reviewing
the reports generated by the system, carrying out the required analysis using CCTNS
and providing the necessary guidance to the officers at the cutting edge.
o
Role-based training will be carried out for these officers at suitable location
in the State Headquarters and respective Districts/Commissionerates (if
any) by the System Integrator
• Group III: Identify the key officers (SHO, SI, ASI,) in the Police Stations and
Higher Offices who will use CCTNS for police station management, filing the
necessary investigation forms, and utilize the basic and advance search features of
CCTNS to facilitate their investigation process.
o
In addition to the computer awareness training, role-based training will be
carried out
for
these officers at District Training Centers in
the respective Districts/Commissionerates (if any) by the System Integrator
o
Refresher training can be carried out by the internal trainers subsequent to
the System Integrator trainings
• Group IV: Identify at least 3-4 key officers/constables (Station Writers, Court Duty,
Head Constables, Constables,) in each of the Police Stations and Higher Offices who
will use CCTNS for capturing the data/investigation forms, generating the reports
and utilize the basic and advance s e a r c h features of CCTNS to service the
general service requests and aid in investigation process.
o
In addition to the computer awareness training, role-based training will be
carried out for the identified officers at District Training Centers in the
respective Districts/Commissionerates (if any) by the System Integrator
o
Refresher training, subsequent training to the remaining officers/constables
in the Police Station and Higher Offices can be carried out by the internal
trainers subsequent to the System Integrator trainings
• Group V: Identify 2 constables for each Circle Office that can provide the basic
computer operation support to the police stations within the Circle.
o
Technical training will be carried out for the identified constables at
District Training Centers in the respective Districts/Commissionerates (if any)
by the System Integrator
The main challenges to be addressed effectively by the SI are the geographically
dispersed trainee base, wide variability in education and computer proficiency and minimal
availability of time. The SI holds the responsibility for creation of a detailed and effective
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training strategy, user groups and classifications, training plan and guidelines, detailed
training material, training program designed their delivery to the target groups.
The SI holds the responsibility for creation of training material, designing the training
programs and their delivery to the target group. The State SI shall be responsible for the
following activities as part of the End User and Train the Trainer Training:
Develop Overall Training Plan
SI shall be responsible for finalizing a detailed Training Plan for the program in consultation
with State ’s Nodal Agency covering the training strategy, environment, training need analysis
and role based training curriculum. SI shall own the overall Training plan working closely with
the State’s Nodal Agency’s Training team. SI shall coordinate overall training effort.
Develop District-Wise Training Schedule and Curriculum
SI shall develop and manage the District-Wise training schedule in consultation with State’s
Nodal Agency, aligned with the overall implementation roadmap of the project and
coordinate the same with all parties involved. Training schedule shall be developed by solution
and shall be optimized to reduce business impact and effective utilization of Training
infrastructure and capacities. The training curriculum for the CCTNS training program should
be organized by modules and these should be used to develop the training materials. The
training curriculum outlines the mode of delivery, module structure and outline, duration and
target audience. These sessions should be conducted such that the users of the
application/modules are trained by the time the application “goes-live” in the District with
possibly no more than a week’s gap between completion of training and going live of
modules. Continuous reporting (MIS) and assessment should be an integral function of
training. SI shall also identify the languages to be used by the end-user for entering data and
ensuring multi-language training to the end users as per requirement.
Develop Training Material
Based on their needs and the objectives of CCTNS, training programs could be organized under
the following themes:
1. Basic IT skills and use of computers to creating awareness about the benefits of ICT
and basic computer skills
2. Role-based training on the CCTNS application – Basic and Advanced. This training
should be in a role based, benchmarked and standardized format, multi-lingual and
lead to learning completion and assessment. It should also allow for self-learning and
retraining. Training would include mechanism for demonstration using
audio/video/simulated/demo practice exercises and evaluation of trainees.
3. “Train the Trainer” programs, where members of the police staff would be trained to
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enable them to conduct further training programs, thus helping build up scalability in
the training program and also reducing the dependency on external vendors for
training.
4. System Administrator training: a few members of the police staff with high aptitude
would be trained to act as system administrators and troubleshooters for CCTNS.
5. Customization of the Training Manuals, User Manuals, Operational and Maintenance
6. Manuals provided along with the CCTNS CAS Software
7. Design and development of the Training Manuals, User Manuals, Operational and
8. Maintenance Manuals for the modules developed at the State level.
In cases where the training material may be made available by MHA/NCRB, it is the
SI’s responsibility to ensure the relevance of the material to the State , customize if necessary
and own up the delivery and effectiveness.
SI shall ensure that the training content meets all the objectives of the training course.
The material shall be developed in English, Hindi and vernacular language. SI shall also develop
the training material for delivery through Computer Based Training, Instructor Led Training,
Online User Material/Help Manuals and Job Aids.SI shall provide detailed training material
providing step-by-step approach in soft and hard copies to all police stations and offices for
reference.
Deliver Training to End Users
SI shall deliver training to the end users utilizing the infrastructure at the District Training
Centers. Role-based training for the Senior Officers will be carried out for at suitable location
in the State Headquarters by the System Integrator.
SI shall also impart simulated training on the actual CAS (State) with some real life like
database. The SI should create case studies and simulation modules that would be as close to
the real life scenario as possible. The objective of conducting such trainings would be to give
first had view of benefits of using CAS system. Such specialized training should also be able to
provide the participant a clear comparison between the old way of crime and criminal
investigation against the post CCTNS scenario. This training needs to be conducted by the SI at
the very end when all the other trainings are successfully completed. This training may
seem similar to role play training mentioned in the section above however, in this simulated
training, the SI would ensure that the IO’s are provided an environment that would be exactly
similar at a Police Station post CAS (State) implementation.
Most of the training would be an Instructor-Led Training (ILT) conducted by trained and
qualified instructors in a classroom setting. To maintain consistency across CCTNS trainings,
standard templates should be used for each component of a module.
An ILT course will have the following components:
• Course Presentation (PowerPoint)
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• Instruction Demonstrations (CAS - Application training environment)
• Hands-on Exercises (CAS - Application training environment)
• Application Simulations: Miniature version of CAS Application with dummy data
providing exposure to the IOs to a real life scenario post implementation of CAS
• Job Aids (if required)
• Course Evaluations (Inquisition)
In addition to the ILT, for the modules that may be more appropriate to be conducted through
a Computer Based Training (CBT), a CBT should be developed for them. CBT should involve
training delivered through computers with self instructions, screenshots, simulated process
walk- through and self assessment modules.
Select set of police staff with high aptitude group and/or relevant prior training, are to be
imparted with the training/skills to act as system administrators and also as troubleshooters
with basic systems maintenance tasks including hardware and network.
Deliver Training to Trainers (Internal and Trainers from the Training Colleges)
SI shall help State’s Nodal Agency in assessing and selecting the internal trainers as well as
the trainers at training colleges who can conduct the end user training subsequent to the
training by the SI. SI shall coordinate the ‘Train the Trainer’ session for the identified trainers
to ensure that they have the capability to deliver efficient training.
In addition to the training delivered to the end-users, the trainers should also be trained on
effectively facilitate and deliver training to end users. Also, it is advisable to always run pilots
for any training program before deployment. This training will hence serve as the pilot and as
a training session for trainers as well. In addition the end-user training sessions, ToT training
will consist of three segments:
1. The first segment will be set of workshops covering effective presentation skills
and coaching techniques and discussing the benefits and structure of the trainer
model.
2.
The second segment will be the formal CCTNS training which will consist of all
modules of CCTNS relevant for their role.
3. The third segment will be a teach-back session where trained trainers will present
course content and receive feedback regarding content, flow, and presentation
techniques. This will also include a feedback session where trainers can provide
feedback on the training materials, flow, comprehension level, and accuracy.
Training Effectiveness Evaluation
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SI shall evaluate the effectiveness of all end users trainings using electronic or manual
surveys. SI shall be responsible for analyzing the feedback and arrange for conducting
refresher training, wherever needed.
State will periodically monitor the training effectiveness through the performance metrics and
Service levels and the SI shall comply with the same.
SI shall help the State with complete Change Management exercise needed to make this
project a success. In fact Change Management will have to subsume ‘training’ as a key enabler
for change. Following outlines the responsibilities of SI with respect to designing and
implementation of change management plan for the Project.
The State Nodal Agency shall form various stakeholder groups to address the Change
Management Initiative. Stakeholders are all those who need to be considered in achieving
project goals and whose participation and support are crucial to its success. A key individual
stakeholder or stakeholder group is a person or group of people with significant involvement
and/or interest in the success of the project. Stakeholder analysis identifies all primary and
secondary stakeholders who have an interest in the issues with which the CCTNS project is
concerned. The stakeholder groups will be the set of core users (Change Agents) who
will directly participate in the awareness and communication initiatives, workshops, and
provide feedback to the District and State Mission Teams.
Change management
Stakeholder groups can be categorized into below categories, based on their influence and role
in managing the change and making it successful:
• Group I: Identify the key senior officers (ADGP, IG, DIG) responsible for Crime, Law
and Order, who are directly impacted by the CCTNS with respect to
receiving/analyzing the reports through CCTNS.
• Group II: Identify a few of the key officers (IG, DIG, DCP, ACP, SP) in charge of
a zone/range/district/sub-division who are directly impacted by the CCTNS with
respect to reviewing the police station performance through CCTNS, reviewing the
reports generated by the system, carrying out the required analysis using CCTNS and
providing the necessary guidance to the officers at the cutting edge.
• Group III: Identify a few of the key officers (SHO, SI, ASI,…) in the Police Stations
and Higher Offices who will use CCTNS for police station management, filing the
necessary investigation forms, and utilize the basic and advance search features of
CCTNS to facilitate their investigation process.
• Group IV: Identify a few of the key officers/constables (Station Writers, Court Duty,
Head Constables,…) in the Police Stations and Higher Offices who will use
CCTNS for capturing the data/investigation forms, generating the reports and utilize
the basic and advance search features of CCTNS to service the general service
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requests and aid in investigation process.
Communication and Awareness
Communication & Awareness campaigns will be conducted throughout the duration of the
implementation of the CCTNS project across the State at Project, Program level as well as for
General awareness. SI shall work with the identified internal change agents (identified from
the District and State Mission Teams) for all the Communication and Awareness Programs. SI
shall utilize existing channels of communication and at the same time use innovative methods of
communication for effectiveness. SI should ensure that the communication messages are
consistent, continuous and easy to understand and wherever possible in Marathi using all
available channels. SI shall align communication content, timing and delivery to the deployment
phases/plan of each solution. The activity details are listed in the table below -
Sr.
No.
Activities
Details
Frequency
1
Develop detailed
communication
plan
SI shall prepare a detailed
communication plan for the program
in line with the implementation
timelines of each solution.
Once
SI shall ensure that all the impacted
audience is covered in the
communication plan and most
appropriate mode of communication
is being used to deliver the messages
to the target audience
2
Develop
communication
content
SI shall be responsible for developing
the content for the communication
material In English and Marathi
Recurring activity
over the entire
duration of the
project
SI shall ensure that the
communication is simple, continuous
and consistent
3
Deliver
communication
events
Prior to implementing the plan, the SI
shall obtain the necessary sign-offs
from State on the Communication
Strategy & plan and make necessary
Recurring activity
(once a month) over
the entire duration of
the project
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changes as recommended by State.
SI shall determine who needs to
approve communications prior to
dissemination, who is responsible for
distributing the message, and who is
responsible for ensuring that those
accountable for specific elements of
the plan follow through on their
responsibilities.
SI
shall
organize
the
communication
events
or
interventions for the target audience.
SI
shall
ensure
consistency
between messages delivered via
different interventions, since the
engagement of a key individual
stakeholder or stakeholder group is an
integrated effort, aiming at the same
objective.
Change Management Workshops
SI shall conduct Change Management workshops build appreciation of change management
and develop change leadership across the stakeholder groups. SI shall design the necessary
content (reading material, presentations) in English, and Marathi for the Change
Management Workshops. SI shall conduct at least three Change Management
Workshops (minimum of one-day) in the State Headquarters and at least one Change
Management Workshop (minimum of one-day) all of the Districts (at the District
Headquarters) covering at least 3 officers/constables (SHO, SI/ASI/HC, and Station Writer)
from each police station in the district.
The SI is required to conduct the Change Management Workshops for all the identified Police
personnel in a phased manner in line with the overall implementation plan. These
workshops shall be conducted at the locations provided by the State. The workshop content
& material shall be designed with specific focus on the requirements of the personnel. SI shall
conduct workshops for each group of personnel in sync with the training plan and as part of
the training module. SI is required to provide the necessary material for the workshops
including presentations, training material etc in both soft and hard copy formats.
SI shall also associate and train the identified internal change agents (identified from the
District and State Mission Teams) during these workshops so that subsequent workshops can
be conducted by the internal change agents.
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4.12. HANDHOLDING SUPPORT
System Integrator would be required to provide Handholding support to the department once
the department has commissioned CCTNS solution in the entire state of Maharashtra. As part
of handholding support the System Integrator will provide one qualified and trained person
exclusively per two police stations and per Higher Offices for a period of 1 year to handhold
the staff in the police station / higher office and ensure that the staffs in that police station /
higher offices are able to use CCTNS on their own by the end of the handholding period.
Handholding support would be required only after the successful commissioning of Core
Application and the necessary infrastructure and completion of capacity building and change
management initiatives in respective police stations / Higher Offices. The deployed qualified
trained person should support the office for 9 hours on all weekdays and may remain off from
duty on Sundays. However, if situation demands the trained person shall remain present late
during the day or on the holidays (including Sundays).
As part of handholding the SI will be required to provide training to the concerned staff
members of the Police Station and other concerned officers regarding implemented CCTNS
solution on continuous basis for a period of six months and help them to resolve their issues
with the new system on a day to day basis to meet the Service Levels mentioned for
Handholding supporting in the annexure to this RFP document. The training should be focused
on providing knowledge transfer to the staff members of the Police Stations so as to increase
their awareness and acceptability of the application and the new computerized system as a
whole. The scope in terms of providing training shall include the following:
•
The SI will be required to provide training to the staff members of the Police Station
and other concerned officers (as required by conducting workshops) on the software
applications to be developed as a part of this project. The training should cover both
the general aspects of the computer educations as well as about the application
software.
•
The SI will bear the cost of providing the training; supply of course material, any
consumables, and IT infrastructure required for training etc. while Maharashtra
Police will provide the training premises.
•
The SI will carry out all the major amendments required by Maharashtra Police in the
CCTNS application. It is important to mention that the requests for amendments
during Handholding support, i.e. for six months post Go-Live of complete system in
the State shall not be eligible for any type of Change requests by SI.
•
Continuity of operations
o
As and when newer versions of system or application software are
introduced within the currency of handholding support, SI will provide
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required training documentation along with each release of patch / upgrade
and will provide training to the concerned police officers.
o
In case of new additions to the staff members in the Police Station, the SI will
be required to provide the aforementioned training to them as well, during
the currency of handholding support (i.e. six months).
The desired qualification of the handholding staff has been specified below –
Handholding Staff
Desired Qualification /
Experience
•
M. Sc (IT/CS) / PGDCA / BCA /B.Sc
(IT/CS)
•
Overall experience of 1-2 year of
Application Software/LAN/WAN/PC
troubleshooting, Data Entry on
Computer Applications, Working
proficiency on office suite.
•
Full computer literacy and excellent
communication fluency in Marathi
language.
Location
Police Stations
Manpower
1033
Service Window
12 (9 am to 9 pm) X 6
Information of all Police locations regarding engagement of handholding personnel has been
provided in Geographical scope in this RFP.
The SI should provide resource deployment chart as per the format below, for the entire
handholding period covering all locations.
Sr
No.
Name
of
Police
Station
Name of
person
deployed for
handholding
support
Responsibility
Qualification
/
Certification
Period of
deployment
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4.13. REQUIREMENT ON ADHERENCE TO STANDARDS
CCTNS system must be designed following open standards, to the extent feasible and in line
with overall system requirements set out in this RFP, in order to provide for good inter
operability with multiple platforms and avoid any technology or technology provider lock-in.
Compliance with Industry Standards
In addition to above, the proposed solution has to be based on and compliant with industry
standards (their latest versions as on date) wherever applicable. This will apply to all the
aspects of solution including but not limited to design, development, security, installation, and
testing. There are many standards that are indicated throughout this volume as well as
summarizedbelow. However the list below is just for reference and is not to be treated as
exhaustive.
Portal development
W3C specifications
Information access/transfer protocols
SOAP, HTTP/HTTPS
Interoperability
Web Services, Open standards
Photograph
JPEG (minimum resolution of 640 x 480
pixels)
TIFF (Resolution of 600 X 600 dpi)
Scanned documents
Biometric framework
Finger print scanning
BioAPI 2.0 (ISO/IEC 19784-1:2005)
specification
IAFIS specifications
Digital signature
RSA standards
Document encryption
PKCS specifications
Information Security
CCTNS system to be ISO 27001 certified
Operational integrity & security
management
IT Infrastructure management
CCTNS system to be ISO 17799 compliant
Service Management
ISO 20000 specifications
Project Documentation
IEEE/ISO specifications for documentation
ITIL / EITM specifications
The SI shall adhere to the standards published by the Department of Information Technology,
Government of India.
4.14. SUPPORT TO ACCEPTANCE TESTING, AUDIT AND CERTIFICATION
The primary goal of Acceptance Testing, Audit & Certification is to ensure that the system
meets requirements, standards, and specifications as set out in this RFP and as needed to
achieve the desired outcomes. The basic approach for this will be ensuring that the following
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are associated with clear and quantifiable metrics for accountability:
1. Functional requirements
2. Test cases and Requirements Mapping
3. Infrastructure Compliance Review
4. Availability of Services in the defined locations
5. Performance and Scalability
6. Security / Digital Signatures
7. Manageability and Interoperability
8. SLA Reporting System
9. Project Documentation
10. Data Quality Review
As part of Acceptance testing, audit and certification, performed through a third party agency,
State shall review all aspects of project development and implementation covering software,
hardware and networking including the processes relating to the design of solution
architecture, design
of
systems and sub-systems, coding, testing, business process
description, documentation, version control, change management, security, service
oriented architecture, performance in relation to defined requirements, interoperability,
scalability, availability and compliance with all the technical and functional requirements of
the RFP and the agreement. Here it is important to mention that there may be two agencies
selected by State, one for audit & certification of security and control aspect of the system and
the other for audit & certification of overall application software.
State will establish appropriate processes for notifying the SI of any deviations from defined
requirements at the earliest instance after noticing the same to enable the SI to take
corrective action. Such an involvement of the Acceptance Testing & Certification agencies,
nominated by State, will not, however, absolve the operator of the fundamental responsibility
of designing, developing, installing, testing and commissioning the various components of the
project to deliver the services in perfect conformity with the SLAs.
Following discusses the acceptance criteria to be adopted for system as mentioned
above:
1. Functional Requirements Review
The system developed/customized by SI shall be reviewed and verified by the agency against
the Functional Requirements signed-off between State and SI. Any gaps, identified as a
severe or critical in nature, shall be addressed by SI immediately prior to Go-live of the
system. One of the key inputs for this testing shall be the traceability matrix to be developed
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by the SI from system. Apart from Traceability Matrix, agency may develop its own testing
plans for validation of compliance of system against the defined requirements. The acceptance
testing w.r.t. the functional requirements shall be performed by both independent third
party agency (external audit) as well as the select internal department users (i.e. User
Acceptance Testing).
2. Infrastructure Compliance Review
Third party agency shall perform the Infrastructure Compliance Review to verify the
conformity of the Infrastructure supplied by the SI against the requirements and specifications
provided in the RFP and/or as proposed in the proposal submitted by SI. Compliance review
shall not absolve SI from ensuring that proposed infrastructure meets the SLA requirements.
3. Security Review
The software developed/customized for system shall be audited by the agency from a security
& controls perspective. Such audit shall also include the IT infrastructure and network
deployed for system. Following are the broad activities to be performed by the Agency as part
of Security Review. The security review shall subject the system for the following activities:
a. Audit of Network, Server and Application security mechanisms
b. Assessment of authentication mechanism provided in the
application /components/ modules
c. Assessment of data encryption mechanisms implemented for the solution
d. Assessment of data access privileges, retention periods and
archival mechanisms
e. Server and Application security features incorporated etc
4. Performance
Performance is another key requirement for system and agency shall review the performance
of the deployed solution against certain key parameters defined in SLA described in this RFP
and/or agreement between State and SI. Such parameters include request-response time,
work- flow processing time, concurrent sessions supported by the system, Time for
recovery from failure, Disaster Recovery drill etc. The performance review also includes
verification of scalability provisioned in the system for catering to the requirements of
application volume growth in future.
5. Availability
The system should be designed to remove all single point failures. Appropriate redundancy
shall be built into all the critical components to provide the ability to recover from failures.
The agency shall perform various tests including network, server, security, DC/DR fail-over
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tests to verify the availability of the services in case of component/location failures. The
agency shall also verify the availability of services to all the users in the defined locations.
6. Manageability Review
The agency shall verify the manageability of the system and its supporting infrastructure
deployed using the Enterprise Management System (EMS) proposed by the SI. The
manageability requirements such as remote monitoring, administration, configuration,
inventory management, fault identification etc. shall have to be tested out.
7. SLA Reporting System
SI shall use the Enterprise Management System (EMS) provided by the State Data centre and
shall also use any additional tools required to monitor the performance indicators listed under
SLA prescribed in this RFP. The Acceptance Testing & Certification agency shall verify the
accuracy and completeness of the information captured by the SLA monitoring system used by
the SI and shall certify the same.
8. Project Documentation
The Agency shall review the project documents developed by SI including requirements,
design, source code, installation, training and administration manuals, version control etc.
Any issues/gaps identified by the Agency, in any of the above areas, shall be addressed to the
complete satisfaction of State.
9. Data Quality
The Agency shall perform the Data Quality Assessment for the Data digitized/ migrated by SI
to the system. The errors/gaps identified during the Data Quality Assessment shall be
addressed by SI before moving the data into production environment, which is a key mile
stone for Go-live of the solution. SI shall only provide requisite support and coordinate with
the State Department for Audit, User acceptance and Certification.
4.15. SCOPE OF SERVICES DURING POST-IMPLEMENTATION PHASE
The SI shall be responsible for the overall management of the system including the application
and entire related IT Infrastructure. The details of the post implementation support services
are provided as an Annexure II to this RFP.
SI shall provide the Operations and Maintenance Services for period of 5 years following the
deployment and “Go-Live” of the solution in the State. In case each District is declared as “GoLive” at different instances during the project roll-out, the Operations and Maintenance
Services for the District will start following the deployment and “Go-Live” of the solution in
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the District and SI shall continue to provide the Operations and Maintenance Support for
a period of 5 years following the deployment and “Go-Live” of the solution in the last District.
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IMPLEMENTATION AND ROLL – OUT PLAN
The overall timelines for implementation and Roll-out are depicted in the table below.
The rollout plan shall be defined date-wise, location-wise, module-wise and training completion
and change management completion wise. A detailed rollout checklist should be maintained for
migrating application to production as well as for location readiness.
SI shall prepare a detailed roll-out plan for each of the Districts in the Phase and get the same
approved by the Maharashtra Police. SI is also responsible for conducting workshops for the key
officers (State Mission Team, District Mission Team, and District Core Team) of the Districts /
State for presenting the District-Wise roll-out plan and get the approval from the District Teams
before getting the final approval of the State Nodal Officer. The SI shall also provide the
necessary assistance for the key officers (State Mission Team, District Mission Team, and
District Core Team) of the Districts / State during the design and implementation of CCTNS in
the Maharashtra Police.
One of the important factors that would determine the success of the CCTNS implementation in
the Maharashtra Police is the continuous availability of domain experts to the implementation
team. SI shall put together a team of domain experts with a minimum of 10 years of experience
in the State Police Department who will work on this project on a full time basis during the
entire duration of the project.
Phase 1
Timelines (Weeks)
Kick off meeting with System Integrator (SI)
T2
Process & System study by the SI
T+3
Site preparation
T+18
Procurement and installation of hardware
T +21
Customization of core modules of CAS
T+253
"Integration of CAS with External Agencies such as Courts, Jails etc."
T+25
2
3
Actual Start from the date of signing of Contract between Maharashtra Police and System Integartor
Subject to receipt of CAS (State) from NCRB
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Data Centre commissioning
T+26
Inter-connectiivty of police offices and police stations
T+29
Preparation of data digitization templates/application
T+8
Data entry into the templates/application
T+26
Final acceptance and Roll out of CAS at Police Stations and
Supervisory Offices
T+30
Capacity building (Training of personnel)
T+39 (Ongoing Activity)
T+39 (Ongoing Activity after
Final Acceptance for 6
months )
Handholding
Phase 2 – Ongoing Activities
Release of subsequent versions of CAS (if available) and
customization if any at the state level
Capacity building (Training of personnel)
T+51
T+51 (Ongoing Activity)
T+57 (Ongoing Activity after
Final Acceptance for 6
months )
Handholding
5.1. LIST OF INDICATIVE DELIVERABLES:
1. Overall Project Plan
2. CAS Configuration / Customization / Extension
a. Requirements Traceability Matrix
b. Refined Functional Requirements Specification
c. Systems Requirement Specification
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d.
e.
f.
g.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Design Document (High Level Design and Low Level Design)
Test Plans
CAS Configuration / Customization / Extension Document
Change / Reference Document documenting changes to the base version of CAS
(State)
Network Connectivity
a. Network Architecture
b. Network diagrams (LAN and WAN) for PS / HO to State DC / DRC
c. Network diagrams for connectivity between State DC / DRC to NCRB DC / DRC
Data Migration Strategy and Methodology including Detailed Data Migration Plan
Change Management and Capacity Building
a. Overall Change Management Plan
b. Content for Change Management including Awareness and Communications
Program
c. Overall Capacity Building Plan and District-wise Training Schedule and
Curriculum
d. Training Material
District-wise Roll-out / Implementation Plans
5.2. SERVICE LEVELS
This section describes the service levels to be established for the Services offered by the SI to
Maharashtra Police. The SI shall monitor and maintain the stated service levels to provide
quality service to Maharashtra Police. The Service levels are provided in Annexure-III of this
RFP.
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ANNEXURE I: DETAILS OF TECHNOLOGY STACKS – CAS (STATE) AND CAS
(CENTER)
CAS (State) will be developed in two distinct technology stacks by the SDA at the Center.
The Technical Details for CAS (State) Solution Stack 1 and Stack 2, CAS (State) Offline solution,
CAS (Centre) Solutions are provided in subsequent tables:
CAS (State) Solution - Stack 1
Web server
Application
Server
Proposed Solution
by Software
Development
Agency
Version
and
Year of
Release
Original
Supplier
Description
(include major
features/ services
only)
Support
Provided
By
Sun Java System
Web
Server 7.0
Glassfish
7.0
SUN
HTTP Server
SUN
3.0
SUN
J2EE
Application
Server
SUN
Application
Server
Database
MySQL
5.1
SUN
DB Store
SUN
Operating
System
Solaris
10
SUN
Operating
System
SUN
Reporting
Engine
Jasper Reports
3.7
Jasper
Reporting
Services
Email/
Messaging
Q-Mail
1.4
Qmail
Communi
ty
E-Mail
Solution
Search
Engine
Search:
Unstructured
data: using open
CMS search
features
Structured Data
MySQL & Custom
application
interface
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Portal Server
Glassfish
Application
Server
3.0
SUN
J2EE
Application
Server
SUN
Others
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Proposed Solution
by Software
Development
Agency
Version
and
Year of
Release
Original
Supplier
Description
(include major
features/ services
only)
Workflow
Engine
jBPM
4.0
JBoss
Workflow
engine
Rules Engine
Custom Built
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Directory
Services
Sun Directory
Services
7.0
SUN
LDAP
SUN
DMS/CMS
openCMS
7.5.1
OpenC
MS
Content
Management
System
Security
Physical Security,
Network Security,
DB Encryption
(MySQL), DB
Access Controls,
Role Based
Access Control
(Custom
Open
SSO
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
7.0
SUN
LDAP
SUN
Audit
log4j,
Custom
Built
application audit
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
ETL
Custom Built
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Identity
Management
Support
Provided
By
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CAS (State) Solution - Stack 2
Webserver
Application
Server
Database
Proposed
Solution by
Software
Development
Agency
IIS
IIS
SQL Server 2008
Operating
System
Others
Windows Server
2008
Reporting
Engine
SQL Server
Reporting
Services
Email/Messaging
Q-Mail
Search Engine
Search
Unstructured
data using
openCMS
search Features
Structured Data:
SQL DB Search
Engine &
Custom
application
interface
IIS
Portal Server
Version
and
Year of
Release
Original
Supplier
6
Microsoft
6
Microsoft
2008
Microsoft
2008
Microsoft
Description
(include
major
features/
services only)
Web & App
Server
Web & App
Server
DB Store
Operating
System
Support
Provided By
Microsoft
Microsoft
Microsoft
Microsoft
Microsoft
2008
Microsoft
Reporting
Services
1.4
Q-mail
Community
E-Mail
Solution
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
6
Microsoft
Web & App
Server
Microsoft
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Microsoft
Workflow
Engine
Windows
Workflow
Foundation
Rules Engine
Custom Built
Directory
Services
DMS/CMS
Microsoft
2008
Microsoft
LDAP
Microsoft
Windows
SharePoint
Services
N/A
N/A
N/A
Microsoft
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Security
Identity
Management
Audit
Proposed
Solution by
Software
Development
Agency
Physical
Security,
Network
Security,
DB Encryption
(MySQL), DB
Access Controls,
Role
Based
Microsoft
Version
and
Year of
Release
Maharashtra Police
Original
Supplier
Description
(include
major
features/
services only)
Support
Provided By
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2008
Microsoft
LDAP
Microsoft
IIS Log, Custom
Built
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
SQL Server ETL
2008
Microsoft
ETL
Microsoft
ETL
CAS (State) Offline Solution
Proposed
Solution by
Software
Development
Agency
Synchronization
Solution
Application
Container
Database
Version
Original
and Year Supplier
of
Release
Description
(include
major
features/
services only)
Support
Provided By
N/A
Custom Built
N/A
N/A
N/A
Apache
Tomcat
6.0
Apache
Foundation
J2EE
Application
Container
MySQL / SQL
Express
5.1/2008
SUN /
Microsoft
DB Store
SUN /
Microsoft
CAS (Center) Solution
Webserver
Proposed
Solution by
Software
Devel
opment Agency
Sun Java System
Web
Server 7.0
Version
and
Year of
Release
7.0
Original
Supplier
SUN
Description
Support
(include major Provided By
features/
services only)
HTTP Server
SUN
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Server
Proposed
Solution by
Software
Devel
opment Agency
Glass Application
Server
Version
and
Year of
Release
Maharashtra Police
Original
Supplier
Description
Support
(include major Provided By
features/
services only)
J2EE
Application
Server
3.0
SUN
Sybase IQ
Enterprise
Solaris
15.1
Sybase
ETL
Jasper Reports
3.7
Jasper
Reporting
Services
N/a
N/a
N/a
N/a
7.0
SUN
HTTP Server
SUN
jBPM
4.0
JBoss
Rules Engine
Custom Built
N/a
N/a
N/a
N/a
Directory
Services
Sun Directory
Services
7.0
SUN
LDAP
SUN
Database
Operating
System
SUN
Sybase
Others
Reporting
Engine
Search
Engine
Portal Server
Search:
Unstructured
data: using
Alfresco search
features
Structured Data:
Sybase DB
Search Engine &
Glassfish
Application
Server
Workflow
Engine
DMS/CMS
Workflo
w engine
Alfresco
Email/
Messaging
N/A
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ANNEXURE II: POST IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT SERVICES
As part of the post implementation services, the SI shall provide support for the software,
hardware, and other infrastructure provided as part of this RFP. SI shall provide Five years of
comprehensive AMC that includes
1. Warranty support
2. Annual Technical Support (ATS)
3. Handholding Services
a. Operations and maintenance services for the server and related infrastructure
supplied and commissioned by the SI for the application at the Data Center and
Disaster Recovery Center.
b. Central Helpdesk from the Maharashtra Police designated premises.
c. Support for the end users at each of the locations including deployment of one
competent person at each police station for a period of six months to handhold
the staff after the Core application and the necessary infrastructure are
successfully commissioned in the police stations.
d. Software maintenance and support services.
e. Application functional support services
The services shall be rendered onsite from the State/UT designated premises. To provide the
support for the police stations, circle offices, sub-divisional offices, district headquarters /
Commissionerates, ranges, zones, State/UT police headquarters and other locations across the
State / UT where the software, hardware, and other infrastructure will be rolled out, SI is
expected to provide experienced and skilled personnel at each location. The SI will also ensure
that there is a Service Center available or setup at each district or a group of districts of the
State, as per mutual understanding between State and the SI.The SI shall develop a work plan
for the knowledge sharing as per scope defined in this RFP for use in future phases of the
project.
As part of the warranty services SI shall provide:
1. SI shall provide a comprehensive warranty and on-site free service warranty for 5 years
from the date of Go Live.
2. SI shall obtain the five year product warranty and five year onsite free service warranty
on all licensed software, computer hardware and peripherals, networking equipments
and other equipment.
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3. SI shall provide the comprehensive manufacturer's warranty in respect of proper
design, quality and workmanship of all hardware, equipment, accessories etc. covered
by the RFP. SI must warrant all hardware, equipment, accessories, spare parts, and
software etc. procured and implemented as per this RFP against any manufacturing
defects during the warranty period.
4. SI shall provide the performance warranty in respect of performance of the installed
hardware and software to meet the performance requirements and service levels in the
RFP.
5. SI is responsible for sizing and procuring the necessary hardware and software licenses
as per the performance requirements provided in the RFP. During the warranty period
SI shall replace or augment or procure higher-level new equipment or additional
licenses at no additional cost to the Maharashtra Police in case the procured hardware
or software is not adequate to meet the service levels.
6. Mean Time between Failures (MTBF) If during contract period, any equipment
has a hardware failure on four or more occasions in a period of less than three months
or six times in a period of less than twelve months, it shall be replaced by equivalent or
higher-level new equipment by the SI at no cost to State . However, if the new
equipment supplied is priced lower than the price at which the original item was
supplied, the differential cost should be refunded to Maharashtra Police. For any delay
in making available the replacement and repaired equipments for inspection, delivery
of equipments or for commissioning of the systems or for acceptance tests / checks on
per site basis, Maharashtra Police reserve the right to charge a penalty.
7. During the warranty period SI shall maintain the systems and repair / replace at the
installed site, at no charge to Maharashtra Police, all defective components that are
brought to the SI's notice.
8. The SI shall as far as possible repair the equipment at site.
9. In case any hard disk drive of any server, SAN, or client machine is replaced during
warranty / AMC the unserviceable HDD will be property of Maharashtra Police and will
not be returned to SI.
10. Warranty should not become void, if Maharashtra Police buys, any other supplemental
hardware from a third party and installs it within these machines under intimation to
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the SI. However, the warranty will not apply to such supplemental hardware items
installed.
11. The SI shall carry out Preventive Maintenance (PM), including cleaning of interior
and exterior, of all hardware and testing for virus, if any, and should maintain proper
records at each site for such PM. Failure to carry out such PM will be a breach of
warranty and the warranty period will be extended by the period of delay in PM.
12. SI shall monitor warranties to check adherence to preventive and repair maintenance
terms and conditions.
13. The SI shall ensure that the warranty complies with the agreed Technical Standards,
Security Requirements, Operating Procedures, and Recovery Procedures.
14. SI shall have to stock and provide adequate onsite and offsite spare parts and
spare component to ensure that the uptime commitment as per SLA is met.
15. Any component that is reported to be down on a given date should be either fully
repaired or replaced by temporary substitute (of equivalent configuration) within the
time frame indicated in the Service Level Agreement (SLA).
16. The SI shall develop and maintain an inventory database to include the registered
hardware warranties.
As part of the ATS services SI shall provide:
1. SI shall maintain data regarding entitlement for software upgrades, enhancements,
refreshes, replacements and maintenance.
2. If the Operating System or additional copies of Operating System are required to be
installed / reinstalled / de-installed, the same should be done as part of ATS.
3. SI should carry out any requisite adjustments / changes in the configuration for
implementing different versions of Application Software.
4. Updates/Upgrades/New releases/New versions. The SI shall provide from time to
time the Updates/Upgrades/New releases/New versions of the software and
operating systems as required. The SI should provide free upgrades, updates &
patches of the software and tools to Maharashtra Police as and when released by
OEM.
5. SI shall provide patches to the licensed software including the software, operating
system, databases and other applications.
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6. Software License Management. The SI shall provide for software license
management and control. SI shall maintain data regarding entitlement for software
upgrades, enhancements, refreshes, replacements, and maintenance.
7. SI shall provide complete manufacturer’s technical support for all the licensed
software problems and/or questions, technical guidance, defect and non-defect
related issues. SI shall provide a single-point-of-contact for software support and
provide licensed software support including but not limited to problem tracking,
problem source identification, problem impact (severity) determination, bypass and
recovery support, problem resolution, and management reporting.
8. The manufacturer’s technical support shall at a minimum include online technical
support and telephone support during the Maharashtra Police’s business hours
(Business hours in Maharashtra Police will be from 0830 hours to 2030 hours on all
days (Mon-Sun)) with access for Maharashtra Police and SI to the manufacturer’s
technical support staff to provide a maximum of 4 hour response turnaround time.
There should not be any limits on the number of incidents reported to the
manufacturer. Maharashtra Police shall have access to the online support and tools
provided by the manufacturer. Maharashtra Police shall also have 24x7 accesses to a
variety of technical resources including the manufacturer’s knowledge base with
complete collections of technical articles.
As part of the Handholding services to provide Operations and maintenance support for the
server and related infrastructure supplied and commissioned by the SI for the application at the
Data Center and Disaster Recovery Center SI shall provide:
9. The scope of the services for overall IT infrastructure management as per ITIL
framework shall include 365x24x7 on site Monitoring, Maintenance and
Management of the server and related infrastructure supplied and commissioned by
the SI for the application at the Data Center and Disaster Recovery Center. The
business hours in Maharashtra Police will be from 0830 hours to 2030 hours on all
days (Mon-Sun). SI will plan these services accordingly. The SI shall provide the MIS
reports for all the devices installed in the Data Center and Disaster Recovery Center
in format and media as mutually agreed with the Maharashtra Police on a monthly
basis. Whenever required by Maharashtra Police, SI should be able to provide
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additional reports in a pre-specified format. The indicative services as part of this
support are as below:
a. System Administration, Maintenance & Management Services
b. Application Monitoring Services
c. Network Management Services
d. Backend Services (Mail, messaging, etc)
e. Storage Administration and Management Services
f.
IT Security Administration Services and Services for ISO 27001 and ISO
20000 compliance
g. Backup and Restore Services
As part of the Handholding services to provide Centralized Helpdesk and Support for end
users at each location SI shall provide:
1. The service will be provided in the local language of the Maharashtra Police.
2. The help desk service that will serve as a single point of contact for all ICT related
incidents and service requests. The service will provide a Single Point of Contact
(SPOC) and also resolution of incidents. Maharashtra Police requires the SI to provide
Help Desk services to track and route requests for service and to assist end users in
answering questions and resolving problems related to the software application,
network, Data Center, Disaster Recovery Center, Client side infrastructure, and
operating systems at all locations. It becomes the central collection point for contact
and control of the problem, change, and service management processes. This
includes both incident management and service request management.
3. SI shall provide a second level of support for application and technical support at
police stations, circle offices, sub-divisional offices, district headquarters /
Commissionerates (if any), range offices, zone offices, Maharashtra Police
headquarters and
other locations across the Maharashtra Police where the
software, hardware, and other infrastructure will be rolled out.
4. For all the services of Maharashtra Police within the scope of this RFP, SI shall
provide the following integrated customer support and help.
5. Establish 16X6 Help Desk facilities for reporting issues/ problems with the software,
hardware and other infrastructure.
6. SI shall maintain and support to all client side infrastructure including hardware,
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networking components, and other peripherals.
7. SI shall provide maintenance of Hardware, including preventive, scheduled and
predictive Hardware support, as well as repair and / or replacement activity
after a problem has occurred.
8. SI shall track and report observed Mean Time between Failures (MTBF) for
Hardware.
9. SI shall provide functional support on the application components to the end users.
10. SI shall also provide system administration, maintenance and management services,
LAN management services, and IT security administration services.
As part of the Handholding services to provide software maintenance and support services
SI shall provide:
1. The Software Maintenance and Support Services shall be provided for all software
procured and implemented by the SI. The SI shall render both on-site and off-site
maintenance and support services to Maharashtra Police to all the designated
locations. The Maintenance and Support Services will cover, all product upgrades,
modifications, and enhancements.
2. Updates/Upgrades/New releases/New versions. The SI will implement from time to
time the updates/Upgrades/New releases/New versions of the software and
operating systems as required after necessary approvals from Maharashtra Police
about the same.
3. Tuning of application, databases, third party software’s and any other components
provided as part of the solution to optimize the performance.
4. The SI shall apply regular patches to the licensed software including the operating
system and databases as released by the OEMs.
5. Software Distribution. SI shall formulate a distribution plan prior to rollout and
distribute/install the configured and tested software as per the plan.
6. Software License Management. The SI shall provide for software license management
and control. SI shall maintain data regarding entitlement for software upgrades,
enhancements, refreshes, replacements, and maintenance. SI should perform periodic
audits to measure license compliance against the number of valid End User
software licenses consistent with the terms and conditions of site license
agreements, volume purchase agreements, and other mutually agreed upon licensed
software terms and conditions and report to Maharashtra Police on any exceptions to
SI terms and conditions, to the extent such exceptions are discovered.
7. The SI shall undertake regular preventive maintenance of the licensed software.
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As part of the Handholding services to provide application functional support services SI shall
provide:
1. The Application Functional Support Services shall be provided for all software
procured and implemented by the SI. The SI shall render both on-site maintenance
and support services to Maharashtra Police from the development center in
Maharashtra Police.
2. Enhancements and defect fixes. SI shall incorporate technological changes, and
provide enhancements as per the requests made by Maharashtra Police. SI shall
perform minor changes, bug fixes, error resolutions and minor enhancements that
are incidental to proper and complete working of the application.
3. Routine functional changes that include user and access management, creating new
report formats, and configuration of reports.
4. SI shall provide user support in case of technical difficulties in use of the software,
answering procedural questions, providing recovery and backup information, and
any other requirement that may be incidental/ancillary to the complete usage of the
application.
5. The SI shall migrate all current functionality to the new / enhanced version at no
additional cost to Maharashtra Police and any future upgrades, modifications or
enhancements.
6. The SI shall perform user ID and group management services.
7. The SI shall maintain access controls to protect and limit access to the authorized
End Users of the Maharashtra Police.
8. The services shall include administrative support for user registration, creating
and maintaining user profiles, granting user access and authorization, providing
ongoing user password support, announcing and providing networking services for
users and providing administrative support for print, file, directory and e-mail
servers.
Exit Management and Transition – Capacity Building at State
After the exit of the SI, State shall take up the management of CAS (State). Therefore before
the exit of the SI, State must be strengthened and capacity must be developed for State to
manage CAS. The SI must plan the capacity building initiative to enable State manages
CAS, and will collaborate with State to implement the plan.
The SI shall create a detailed plan for Capacity Building (CB) required at State to manage
CAS and a Transition Plan (implemented over a minimum period of three months) to affect
the handover to State; and implement the same in collaboration with State before the
completion of their engagement.
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ANNEXURE III: SERVICE LEVELS
1. This document describes the service levels to be established for the Services offered by
the SI to the Maharashtra Police. The SI shall monitor and maintain the stated service
levels to provide quality service to the Maharashtra Police.
2. Definitions:
a. “Scheduled Maintenance Time” shall mean the time that the System is not
in service due to a scheduled activity as defined in this SLA. The scheduled
maintenance time would not be during 16X6 timeframe. Further, scheduled
maintenance time is planned downtime with the prior permission of the
Maharashtra Police.
b. “Scheduled operation time” means the scheduled operating hours of the
System for the month. All scheduled maintenance time on the system would be
deducted from the total operation time for the month to give the scheduled
operation time. The total operation time for the systems and applications within
the Primary DC, DRC and critical client site infrastructure will be 24X7X365. The
total operation time for the client site systems shall be 18 hours.
c. “System or Application downtime” means accumulated time during which
the System is totally inoperable within the Scheduled Operation Time but
outside the scheduled maintenance time and measured from the time the
Maharashtra Police and/or its employees log a call with the SI team of the failure
or the failure is known to the SI from the availability measurement tools to the
time when the System is returned to proper operation.
d. “Availability” means the time for which the services and facilities are available
for conducting operations on the Maharashtra Police system including application
and associated infrastructure. Availability is defined as:
{(Scheduled Operation Time – System Downtime) / (Scheduled Operation
Time)} * 100%
e. “Helpdesk Support” shall mean the 16x6 basis support centre which shall handle
Fault reporting, Trouble Ticketing and related enquiries during this contract.
f.
“Incident” refers to any event / abnormalities in the functioning of the Data
Centre Equipment / Services that may lead to disruption in normal operations of
the Data Centre, System or Application services.
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3. Interpretations
a. The business hours are 8:30AM to 5:30PM on all working days (Mon-Sat)
excluding Public Holidays or any other Holidays observed by the Maharashtra
Police. The SI however recognizes the fact that the Maharashtra Police offices will
require to work beyond the business hours on need basis.
b. "Non-Business Hours" shall mean hours excluding “Business Hours”.
c.
18X7 shall mean hours between 06:00AM -12.00 midnight on all days of the week.
d. If the operations at Primary DC are not switched to DRC within the
stipulated timeframe (Recovery Time Objective), it will be added to the system
downtime.
e. The availability for a cluster will be the average of availability computed across all
the servers in a cluster, rather than on individual servers. However, non
compliance with performance parameters for infrastructure and system / service
degradation will be considered for downtime calculation.
f.
The SLA parameters shall be monitored on a monthly basis as per the individual
SLA parameter requirements. However, if the performance of the system/services
is degraded significantly at any given point in time during the contract and if the
immediate measures are not implemented and issues are not rectified to
the complete satisfaction of the Maharashtra Police or an agency designated by
them, then the Maharashtra Police will have the right to take appropriate
disciplinary actions including termination of the contract.
g. A Service Level violation will occur if the SI fails to meet Minimum Service Levels,
as measured on a half yearly basis, for a particular Service Level. Overall
Availability and Performance Measurements will be on a monthly basis for
the purpose of Service Level reporting. An “Availability and Performance Report”
will be provided by the SI on monthly basis in the Maharashtra Police suggested
format and a review shall be conducted based on this report. A monthly
Availability and Performance Report shall be provided to the Maharashtra Police
at the end of every month containing the summary of all incidents reported and
associated SI performance measurement for that period. The monthly Availability
and Performance Report will be deemed to be accepted by the Maharashtra Police
upon review and signoff by both SI and the Maharashtra Police. Where required,
some of the Service Levels will be assessed through audits or reports e.g.
utilization reports, measurements reports, etc., as appropriate to be provided by
the SI on a monthly basis, in the formats as required by the Maharashtra Police
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The tools to perform the audit will need to be provided by the SI. Audits will
normally be done on regular basis or as required by the Maharashtra Police and
will be performed by the Maharashtra Police or the Maharashtra Police appointed
third party agencies.
h. The Post Implementation SLAs will prevail from the start of the Operations
and Maintenance Phase. However, SLAs will be subject to being redefined, to the
extent necessitated by field experience at the police stations / higher offices and
the developments of technology practices globally. The SLAs may be reviewed on
an annual/bi-annual basis as the Maharashtra Police decides after taking the
advice of the SI and other agencies. All the changes would be made by the
Maharashtra Police in consultation with the SI.
i.
The SI is expected to provide the following service levels. In case these
service levels cannot be achieved at service levels defined in the tables below, it
shall result in a breach of contract and invoke the penalty clause. Payments to
the SI are linked to the compliance with the SLA metrics laid down in the tables
below. The penalties will be computed and calculated as per the computation
explained in this Annexure. During the contract period, it is envisaged that there
could be changes to the SLA, in terms of addition, alteration or deletion of certain
parameters, based on mutual consent of both the parties i.e. the Maharashtra
Police and SI.
j.
Following tables outlines the key service level requirements for the system,
which needs be ensured by the SI during the operations and maintenance period.
These requirements shall be strictly imposed and either the Maharashtra Police or
a third party audit/certification agency shall be deployed for certifying the
performance of the SI against the target performance metrics as outlined in the
tables below.
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Implementation Phase SLAs
1. Capacity Building
Service Level
Description
Capacity Building
Measurement
At least 80% of the trainees within the training program should give a rating of
satisfactory or above.
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored and measured on a per District basis
through feedback survey to be provided to each attendee within the program.
If the training quality in the program falls below the minimum service level, it will be
treated as one (1) violation.
2. Data Migration / Digitization
Service Level
Description
Measurement
Data Migration
Error rate in a batch should be less than 0.5%.
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be measured on a monthly basis for each Police Station /
Higher Office.
If the data migration / digitization service level in a police station / higher
office falls below the minimum service level, it will be treated as one (1) violation
The total number of violations for the payment period will be the cumulative
number of violations across all the police stations / higher offices in the payment
period.
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Delivery Related Service Level Agreement (SLA) Criteria
Explanation: The deduction mentioned in this table shall be made from the next due payment to the vendor for services provided on
Statewide basis.
Sr.
No.
1
Service
Metrics
Parameters
Delivery of
reports/
deliverables
due
Baseline
Lower Performance
Violation of Service
level agreement
Metric
Metric
Metric
Deduction
As per the dates
as mentioned in
the contract
One
week
after
the
due
date
>1
week
after
the due
date
Rs. 20,000
for every
week of
delay
Dates for delivery of
reports as mentioned
in the contract
5 months from
date of signing
of contract
Rs. 1,00,000 More
5-7
months
than 7
months
Rs.
Months taken after
beginning of the
assignment to
develop and test
the application
at the Data center by
the Operator, not
including the
software audit by TPA
for this
section
2
Development
, deployment
and testing of
CAS (State)
application
Deduction
Rs. 10,000
1,00,000
per month
of delay
Basis of
Measurement
Remarks
The centralized
application
should be tested for
desired functionalities,
security,
and
completeness as well as
compliance with SLA,
within the period
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Delivery Related Service Level Agreement (SLA) Criteria
Explanation: The deduction mentioned in this table shall be made from the next due payment to the vendor for services provided on
Statewide basis.
Sr.
No.
1
2
Service
Metrics
Parameters
Lower Performance
Violation of Service level agreement
Basis of
Remarks
Measurement
Metric
Metric
Deduction
Metric
Deduction
Supply,
Installation
and
commissionin
g of hardware
at offices
3
months
3-4
Mont
hs
For noncompliance at
each point of
deployment, Rs.
30000
> 4 Months
For noncompliance at
each point of
deployment, Rs.
45000
Supply,
6
months
from the
date of
signing
of
contract
6-7
months
Rs. 100,000
More than 7
months
Rs. 100,000 every
month of delay
Months taken after
beginning of the
assignment
All the
trainees
should
pass the
training
Less
Rs.
Result of
examination, post
training
Installation
and
Commissioni
ng of the
Data Center
Equipment
3
Baseline
Capacity
building
than
80%
and
more
Rs. 500 / trainee Less than
60% Marks
obtained by a
trainee
1,000 per
trainee
Months after taking
The deduction
over of the office
shall be made
site for project
per site basis,
where criterion
is not satisfied
than
60%
Marks
obtaine
d by a
trainee
Maharashtra
Police may
conduct
independent
Audit to
verify that
the data
center is as
per the
specifications
.
The feedback
of the
attendees
must be
taken after
every training
session and
this feedback
should be
leveraged for
improving
the capacity
building
program
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5
Data
Digitization
Maintenance
phase
Error
rate in a
batch
during
verificati
on
should
be less
than
0.5%
Error
betwe
en
All the
issues
reported
regardin
g
hardwar
e,
software
etc.
should
be
resolved
within
Resolu
tion
Rs. 5,000 /
batch and
correction of
records
Error r a t e o f
over 1%.
Rs. 10,000 / batch
and the entire
batch to be redone
Error rate in a batch
during verification
Resolution of
the issue after
2 working days
Rs. 1000 for every
day
delay over and
above beyond
Time and date of
reporting of the issue
0.5 %
to 1%
of
issues
within
Rs. 500
Maharashtra Police
Error rate
is measured
by
percentage
of the
records with
corrections
marked by
designated
officials
2work
ing
days
1
working
day)
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3. Violations and Associated Penalties
a. The primary intent of Penalties is to ensure that the system performs in
accordance with the defined service levels. Penalties are not meant to be
punitive or, conversely, a vehicle for additional fees.
b. Penalty Calculations : The framework for Penalties, as a result of not meeting
the Service Level Targets is as follows:
i. The performance will be measured for each of the defined service level
metric against the minimum / target service level requirements and the
violations will be calculated accordingly.
ii. The number of violations in the reporting period for each level of severity
will be summed up and used for the calculation of Penalties.
iii. Penalties applicable for each of the high severity violations are
0.1% of respective payment-period payment to the SI.
iv. Penalties applicable for each of the medium severity violations are
0.05% of respective payment-period payment to the SI.
Post Implementation Phase SLAs
1. Primary DC/DRC Site Infrastructure Systems and Application Availability
and Performance
a. Production CAS Systems. The failure or disruption has a direct
impact on the state ’s ability to service its police stations / higher
offices, ability to perform critical back- office functions or a direct
impact on the organization. This includes but not limited to
i. Storage and related switches at Primary DC and DRC.
ii. Web, Application, Database, and Backup Servers at Primary
DC and DRC.
iii. Primary DC to DRC connectivity.
iv. Primary DC and DRC network infrastructure.
v. Primary DC and DRC security infrastructure.
b. Non-CAS Systems in Production and Non Production Systems
(Development, QA, and Training): The failure or disruption has no
direct impact on the Maharashtra Police’s ability to serve its police
stations / higher offices, or perform critical back-office functions.
i. Production Non CAS Servers.
ii. Test, QA and Training Servers.
iii. Helpdesk infrastructure & applications.
c. CAS Solution Components: The failure or disruption has a direct
impact on the Maharashtra Police’s ability to service its police
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stations / higher offices, ability to perform critical back-office
functions or a direct impact on the organization.
d. Non ERP Solution Components: The failure or disruption has no
direct impact on the Maharashtra Police’s ability to serve its police
stations / higher offices, or perform critical back- office functions.
e. These service levels will be monitored on a monthly basis.
f.
The below tables gives details on the Service Levels the SI should
maintain.
Service
Level
Description
Measurement
Availability of production CAS systems shall be at least 99%
Severity of Violation : High
Infrastructure
Availability
Availability over the
period
< 99% & >= 98.5%
six- month
Violations for calculation of penalty
1
< 98.5% & >= 98%
2
< 98%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the six- month period
falls below 98%, one (1) additional violation will be added for each such month to
the overall violations for this service level.
Availability of non-CAS systems in production and non-production systems shall be
at least 97%.
Infrastructure
Availability
Severity of Violation: Medium
Availability over the six- month
period
< 97% & >= 96.5%
Violations for calculation of penalty
1
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Level
Description
Maharashtra Police
Measurement
< 96.5% & >= 96%
2
< 96%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the six- month period
falls below 96%, one (1) additional violation will be added for each such month to
the overall violations for this service level.
Recovery Time Objective (RTO) shall be less than or equal to six (6) hours.
Severity of Violation: High
Infrastructure
Availability
Each instance of non-meeting this service level will be treated as one
(1) Violation.
Recovery Point Objective (RPO) (Zero data loss in case of failure at Primary DC)
should be zero minutes
Severity of Violation: High
Infrastructure
Availability
Each instance of non-meeting this service level will be treated as two
(2) Violations.
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Level
Description
Maharashtra Police
Measurement
Sustained period of peak CPU utilization of any server crossing 70% (with the
exception of batch processing) shall be less than or equal to 30 minutes.
Severity of Violation: High
Each occurrence where the peak CPU utilization of any server crosses 70% (with the
exception of batch processing) and stays above 70% for time more than 30 minutes
will be treated as one (1) instance.
Infrastructure
Performance
Number of instances over
the six month period
>0 & <=3
Violations for calculation
of penalty
1
>3
2
In addition to the above, if the number of instances in any month in the six-month
period exceeds 3, one (1) additional violation will be added for each such month to
the overall violations for this service level.
Sustained period of peak I/O utilization of any server crossing 70% (with the
exception of batch processing) shall be less than or equal to 30 minutes.
Severity of Violation: High
Infrastructure
Performance
Each occurrence where the peak I/O utilization of any server crosses 70% (with the
exception of batch processing) and stays above 70% for time more than 30 minutes
will be treated as one (1) instance.
Number of instances over the
six month period
Violations for calculation of
penalty
>0 & <=3
1
>3
2
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Level
Description
Maharashtra Police
Measurement
Sustained period of peak memory utilization of any server crossing 70% (with the
exception of batch processing) shall be less than or equal to 30 minutes.
Severity of Violation: High
Each occurrence where the peak memory utilization of any server crosses 70%
(with the exception of batch processing) and stays above 70% for time more than 30
minutes will be treated as one (1) instance.
Infrastructure
Performance
Number of instances over the Violations for calculation
six month period
of penalty
>0 & <=3
1
>3
2
In addition to the above, if the number of instances in any month in the six-month
period exceeds 3, one (1) additional violation will be added for each such month to
the overall violations for this service level.
Availability of CAS solution components measured within the Data Center shall be at
least 99.9%
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Application
Availability
Availability over
month period
the
six-
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 99.9% & >= 99.5%
1
< 99.5% & >= 99%
2
< 99%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the six- month period
falls below 99%, one (1) additional violation will be added for each such month to
the overall violations for this service level.
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Level
Description
Maharashtra Police
Measurement
Availability of non-CAS solution components measured within the Data Center shall
be at least 97%
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Application
Availability
Availability over
month period
the
six-
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 97% & >= 96%
1
< 96%
2
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the six- month period
falls below 96%, one (1) additional violation will be added for each such month to
the overall violations for this service level.
Average application response time during peak usage hours as measured from a
client terminal within the Data Center shall not exceed 4 seconds.
Severity of Violation: High
The list of critical business functions and peak usage hours will be identified by the
Maharashtra Police during the Supply and System Integration Phase.
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Application
Performance
Average
application
response time
over
Violations for calculation
the
six-month
of penalty
> 4s & <= 5s
2
> 5s & <= 6s
4
> 6s
5
In addition to the above, if the average turnaround time in any month in the sixmonth period goes beyond 6s, one (1) additional violation will be added for each
such month to the overall violations for this service level.
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2. Client Site Infrastructure Systems
a. Critical Client Site Systems. The failure or disruption results in
inability of the police station / higher offices to service its dependent
offices or perform critical back-office functions. Critical client site
infrastructure means the IT infrastructure at client site which are
shared by multiple users i.e., Core Switch, Core Routers, etc.
b. This service level will be measured on a monthly basis for each
implementation site
c. The below tables gives details on the Service Levels the SI should
maintain.
Service
Level
Description
Measurement
Availability of the critical client site infrastructure components at all
the implementation sites shall be at least 99%
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be measured on a monthly basis for each
implementation site.
Client Site Systems
Availability
If the availability in a month for an implementation site falls below
the minimum service level, it will be treated as one (1) violation.
The total number of violations for the six-month period will be the
cumulative number of violations across all the months across all
sites in the six-month period.
3. Handholding Support: Client Site Support
a. Level 1 Incident The incident has an immediate impact on the
Maharashtra Police’s ability to service its police stations / higher
offices, to perform critical back-office functions or has a direct
impact on the organization.
b. Level 2 Incidents The incident has an impact on the Maharashtra
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Police’s ability to service its police stations / higher offices that while
not immediate, can cause service to degrade if not resolved within
reasonable time frames
c. The severity of the individual incidents will be mutually determined
by the Maharashtra Police and SI.
d. The scheduled operation time for the client site systems shall be
the business hours of the Maharashtra Police.
e. This service level will be measured on a monthly basis for each
implementation site.
f.
The tables on the following page give details of the Service Levels
the SI is required to maintain.
Service
Level
Description
Measurement
80% of the Level 1 Incidents at each site should be resolved within 2
business hours from the time call is received / logged whichever is
earlier. The maximum resolution time for any incident of this nature
shall not exceed 8 business hours.
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be measured on a monthly basis for each
implementation site.
If the performance in a month for an implementation site falls
Client Site Support
below the minimum service level, it will be treated as one (1)
Performance
instance. The total number of instances for the six-month period will
be the cumulative number of instances across all the months across
all sites in the six- month period.
Average number of instances per month = (Total number of
instances for the six-month period) / 6
Average number of instances per month
Violations for
calculation of
penalty
>0 & <=4
1
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Level
Description
Maharashtra Police
Measurement
>4 & <=8
2
>8 & <=12
3
>12
4
80% of the Level 2 Incidents at each site should be resolved within 6
business hours from the time a call is received / logged whichever is
earlier. The maximum resolution time for any incident of this nature
Client Site Support shall not exceed 48 hours.
Performance
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be measured on a monthly basis for each
implementation site.
If the performance in a month for an implementation site falls
below the minimum service level, it will be treated as one (1)
instance. The total number of instances for the six-month period will
be the cumulative number of instances across all the months across
all sites in the six- month period.
Average number of instances per month = (Total number of
instances for the six-month period) / 6
Average number of instances per
month
Violations for calculation
penalty
>0 & <=4
1
>4 & <=8
2
>8 & <=12
3
>12
4
Replacement of hardware equipment shall be done within 7 days of
notification by the Maharashtra Police. These equipments would
Client Site Support have failed on four or more occasions in a period of less than three
months or six times in a period of less than twelve months. (Mean
Performance
Time Between Failure Condition)
Severity of Violation: High
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4. Handholding Support: Application Support
a. Level 1 Defects The failure to fix has an immediate impact on the
Maharashtra Police’s ability to service its police stations / higher
offices, inability to perform critical back-office functions or a direct
impact on the organization.
b. Level 2 Defects: The failure to fix has an impact on the Maharashtra
Police’s ability to service its police stations / higher offices that while
not immediate, can cause service to degrade if not resolved within
reasonable time frames.
c. Level 3 Defects: The failure to fix has no direct impact on the
Maharashtra Police’s ability to serve its police stations / higher
officers, or perform critical back-office functions.
d. The severity of the individual defects will be mutually determined
by the Maharashtra Police and SI.
e. This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
f. The below tables gives details on the Service Levels the SI should
maintain.
Service Level
Description
Measurement
95% of the Level 1 defects shall be resolved within 4 business hours from
the time of reporting full details.
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Application
Support
Performance
Performance over the six- month
period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 95% & >= 90%
1
< 90% & >= 85%
2
< 85%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 85%, one (1) additional violation will be added
for each such month to the overall violations for this service level.
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Service Level
Description
Maharashtra Police
Measurement
95% of the Level 2 defects shall be resolved within 72 hours from the time
of reporting full details.
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Application Support
Performance
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 95% & >= 90%
1
< 90% & >= 85%
2
< 85%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 85%, one (1) additional violation will be added
for each such month to the overall violations for this service level.
Application Support
100% of the Level 3 defects shall be resolved within 120 hours from the
Performance
time of reporting full details.
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 100% & >= 90%
1
< 90% & >= 80%
2
< 80%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the six-month
period falls below 80%, one (1) additional violation will be added for each
such month to the overall violations for this service level.
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Service Level
Description
Maharashtra Police
Measurement
Application Support
Up to date of the documentation of the design, modifications,
Performance
enhancements, and defect-fixes in the half-yearly period.
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be measured on a half-yearly basis.
Each instance of non-meeting this service level will be treated as one (1)
violation.
5. Network Uptime
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
The below tables gives details on the Service Levels the SI should maintain.
Service Level
Description
Measurement
Availability of the network and all related components at all the
implementation sites shall be at least 99%
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be measured on a monthly basis for each
implementation site.
Network Uptime
If the network availability in a month falls below the minimum service
level, it will be treated as one (1) violation.
The total number of violations for the six-month period will be the
cumulative number of violations across all the months across all sites in
the six-month period.
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6. Handholding Support: Helpdesk and Data Center Support
a. Level 1 Calls: The failure to fix has an immediate impact on the
Maharashtra Police’s ability to service its police stations / higher
offices, inability to perform critical back-office functions or a direct
impact on the organization.
b. Level 2 Calls: The failure to fix has an impact on the Maharashtra
Police’s ability to service its police stations / higher offices that while
not immediate, can cause service to degrade if not resolved within
reasonable time frames.
c. Level 3 Calls: The failure to fix has no direct impact on the
Maharashtra Police’s ability to serve its police stations / higher
offices, or perform critical back-office functions.
d. This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
e. The below tables gives details on the Service Levels the SI should
maintain.
Service Level
Description
Measurement
98% of the calls shall be answered within 45 seconds.
Severity of Violation: High
Helpdesk
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Performance
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation of
penalty
< 98% & >= 90%
1
< 90% & >= 80%
2
< 80%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 80%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
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Description
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Measurement
98% of the incidents within helpdesk resolution capacity shall
be resolved in a cycle time of 24 hours
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Helpdesk
Performance
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 98% & >= 90%
1
< 90% & >= 80%
2
< 80%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 80%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
level.
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Service Level
Description
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Measurement
98% of the non SI supported incidents shall be routed to the
appropriate service provider within 30 minutes.
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Helpdesk
Performance
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 98% & >= 90%
1
< 90% & >= 80%
2
< 80%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 80%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
level.
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Service Level
Description
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Measurement
80% of the Level 1 calls shall be resolved within 2 hours from call
received / logged whichever is earlier. The maximum resolution
time for any incident of this nature shall not exceed 8 business
hours.
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Helpdesk
Performance
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 80% & >= 70%
1
< 70% & >= 60%
2
< 60%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 60%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
level.
80% of the Level 2 calls shall be resolved within 6 hours from call
received / logged whichever is earlier. The maximum resolution
time for any incident of this nature shall not exceed 48 hours.
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Helpdesk
Performance
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 80% & >= 70%
1
< 70% & >= 60%
2
< 60%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 60%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
level.
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Description
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Measurement
80% of the Level 3 calls shall be reported on status and action to be
communicated within 24 hours from call received / logged
whichever is earlier. The maximum resolution time for any incident
of this nature shall not exceed 72 hours.
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Helpdesk
Performance
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 80% & >= 70%
1
< 70% & >= 60%
2
< 60%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 60%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
level.
Datacenter Support
Performance
Replacement of hardware equipment shall be done within 15 days
of notification by the Maharashtra Police. These equipments would
have failed on four or more occasions in a period of less than three
months or six times in a period of less than twelve months. (Mean
Time Between Failure Condition)
Severity of Violation: High
Each instance of non-meeting this service level will be treated as
one (1) violation.
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Service Level
Description
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Measurement
Up to date of the documentation of the design, modifications,
enhancements, and fixes.
Datacenter Support
Performance
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be measured on a half-yearly basis.
Each instance of non-meeting this service level will be treated as
one (1) violation
7. Reporting
a. The below tables gives details on the Service Levels the SI should
maintain for client site systems availability.
Service
Level
Measurement
Description
Provide monthly SLA compliance reports, monitoring and
maintenance related MIS reports by the 5th of the following
month.
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Availability and
Performance
Report
If the monthly SLA compliance report related to the service
level metrics is not provided in the given timeframe, it will be
treated as one (1) instance.
The total number of instances for the six-month period will be
the cumulative number of instances across all the months in the
six-month period.
Total number of instances Violations for calculation
over
of penalty
>0 & the
<=3six month period
1
>3
2
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8. Credits for Successful Application Uptake
a. The below tables gives details of the credits that can gain by the SI
for successful uptake of the application in the State. The credits will
not be calculated for the first reporting period.
Service
Description
Level
Measurement
The following metrics will be measured at the end of each reporting
period for each District that has been declared as “Go Live”:
1.
Number of key transactions carried through internet
(ex: Transactional such as submitting an application
for a no-objection certificate and Informational such a
requesting the status of a case)
2. Number of active users profiles in CCTNS
3. Number of read-write transactions on CCTNS system
4. Number of Searches carried out on data in CCTNS
5. Total number of FIRs prepared through CCTNS
CCTNS Uptake
6. Total number of Crime Details Forms prepared
through CCTNS
7. Total number of Key Investigation Forms prepared
through CCTNS
8. Total number of Arrest Cards prepared through CCTNS
9. Total number of Charge Sheets prepared through CCTNS
10. Quality (recency and accuracy) of information
available in CCTNS
11. Number of cases reported to be solved because of
the availability of CCTNS
12. Number of ad-hoc requests successfully responded to
using CCTNS
13. Turnaround Time for submitting the monthly and
annual crime/criminal information to NCRB from the State
A credit will be gained for each of the above parameters if the uptake
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for that parameter shows significant improvement.
The following table applies for each of the above parameters:
%
increase
over the
measurement in the last
reporting period
>5 & <=10%
Credits
2
>10 & <=15%
3
> 15%
4
14. Violations and Associated Penalties
a. The primary intent of Penalties is to ensure that the system
performs in accordance with the defined service levels. Penalties
are not meant to be punitive or, conversely, a vehicle for additional
fees.
b. A six monthly performance evaluation will be conducted using the
six monthly reporting periods of that period.
c. Penalty Calculations The framework for Penalties, as a result of
not meeting the Service Level Targets is as follows:
i. The performance will be measured for each of the defined
service level metric against the minimum / target service
level requirements and the violations will be calculated
accordingly.
ii. The number of violations in the reporting period for each
level of severity will be totaled and used for the calculation
of Penalties.
1. If the total number of credits gained by the SI is
lower than the total number of high severity
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violations in the reporting period, the total
number of credits will be subtracted from the
total number of High Severity Violations in the
reporting period for the calculation of Penalties.
iii.
iv.
v.
vi.
vii.
viii.
ix.
2. If the total number of credits gained by the SI is
higher than the total number of high severity
violations in the reporting period, the resultant total
number of high severity violations in the reporting
period for calculation of penalties will be considered
as zero (0).
Penalties applicable for each of the high severity violations
are two (2) % of respective half yearly payment to the SI.
A penalty applicable for each of the medium severity
violations is one (1%) of respective half yearly payment to
the SI.
Penalties applicable for each of the low severity violations
is half percentage (0.5%) of respective half yearly payment
to the SI.
Penalties applicable for not meeting a high (H) critical
performance target in two consecutive half years on same
criteria shall result in additional deduction of 5% of the
respective half yearly payment to the SI Penalty shall
be applicable separately for each such high critical activity
Penalties applicable for not meeting a medium (M) critical
performance target in two consecutive half yearly periods on
same criteria shall result in additional deduction of 3% of the
respective half yearly payment to the SI. Penalty shall be
applicable separately for each such medium critical activity
Penalties applicable for not meeting a low (L) critical
performance target in two consecutive half yearly periods
on same criteria shall result in additional deduction of
2% of the respective half yearly payment to the SI.
Penalty shall be applicable separately for each such medium
critical activity
It is to be noted that if the overall penalty applicable for any
of the review period during the currency of the contract
exceeds 25% or if the overall penalty applicable for any of
the successive half year periods during the currency of
the contract is above 15%; then the Maharashtra Police
shall have the right to terminate the contract.
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9
Maharashtra Police
ANNEXURE IV: GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE
The following governance committees, recommended by DIT shall review progress,
implementation, and rollout, shall monitor utilization of funds and issue Policy
Directions/Guidelines for CCTNS project at the State level.
•
•
•
•
State Apex Committee
State Empowered Committee
State Mission Team
District Mission Team
The committees are to be formed as per the guidelines below. It is requested that after the
states form all teams for implementation, they inform the details to MHA/NCRB.
State Apex Committee
This committee will be headed by the Chief Secretary and will be responsible for
following:
•
•
•
•
Review progress of project
Monitor utilization of funds
Issuance of Policy Directions
Issuance of Guidelines etc.
The composition of the State Apex Committee is as following:
Members
Composition Suggested
Member 1 (Chairperson)
Chief Secretary
Member 2 (Co-Chair)
Additional Chief Secretary, Home
Member 3
Secretary, Finance
Member 4
Secretary, IT Department
Member Secretary
DGP, Maharashtra
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Member 6
Addl. DGP, Head of CID, Maharashtra
Member 7
State Informatics Officer, NIC
Member 8
Representative of NCRB
Member 9(Convener)
Spl. IG of Police, SCRB, CID MS Pune
Member 10
Any other member co-opted from the field of IT,
Telecom, etc.
Frequency of Meeting: Once in a quarter
State Empowered Committee
This Committee will be headed by the DGP and will be responsible for following:
•
Allocation of funds
•
Approval of BPR (Business Process Reengineering) proposals.
•
Sanction for various project components, as may be specified, including the
Hardware/Software procurement.
•
Approval of various functionalities to be covered in the Project.
•
Review progress of the Project.
•
Ensure proper Training arrangements.
•
Ensure deployment of appropriate handholding personnel.
•
Other important policy and procedural issues.
•
Guidance to State/District Mission Teams.
The composition of State Empowered Committee is as following:
Members
Composition
Member 1 (Chairperson)
DGP, Maharashtra
Member 2 (Co-Chair)
Addl. DGP, CID, Pune, Maharashtra
Member 3 (Secretary)
Spl. IG of Police, SCRB, CID MS Pune
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Member 4
Representative of NCRB
Member 5
Jt Secretary, State Home Department
Member 6
Dy Secretary, State Finance Department
Member 7
Representative of State IT Department
Member 8
State Informatics Officer, NIC
Member 9
Representative of Project Consultants
Member 10 Nodal Officer as Convener ADGP/IG level office as nominated by DGP
The Committee may co-opt any other member whenever, felt necessary.
Frequency of Meeting: Once a month
State Mission Team
The State Mission Team will be headed by the Nodal Officer for CCTNS Project/Head ofSCRB,
whoever is senior. The State Mission Team will be responsible for following:
•
Operational responsibility for the Project.
•
Formulating Project Proposals.
•
Getting sanction of GOI for various projects.
•
Hardware rollout and commissioning
•
Co-ordination with various agencies.
•
Resolution of all software related issues, including customization.
•
Resolution of all other issues hindering the Project Progress.
•
Any other decision to ensure speedy implementation of the project.
•
Assist the State Apex and Empowered Committees
The composition of State Mission Team is as following
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Members
Composition
Member 1 (Mission Leader)
Addl. DGP, CID, Pune, Maharashtra
Member 2 (Nodal Officer)
Spl. IG of Police, SCRB, CID MS Pune
Member 3
State Informatics Officer (SIO), NIC
Member 4
Project Consultants
Nodal Officer/ Head of SCRB, whoever is senior will be the Mission Leader
Frequency of meeting: Once a month
District Mission Team
The District Mission Team will be headed by the SSP/SP of the respective district and
will perform the following functions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Prepare District Project Proposal.
Ensure proper Rollout of the Project in each selected Police Station.
Ensure hardware and software installation, and operationalization of the Project.
Training of all police personnel in the District.
Site preparation and availability of all utilities.
Ensure separate account keeping for the Project.
Appointment and proper utilization of handholding personnel.
The composition of District Mission Team will have the following members
Members
Composition
Member1 (Chairperson)
Unit Commander (Commissioner of Police/Superintendent of
Police)
Member 2 (Member Secretary)
Dy. Commissioner of Police/ Addl. SP
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Member 3
Maharashtra Police
District Information Officer of the respective NIC District
Centre
Member 4
PI, LCB/Incharge Officer, DCRB
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10 ANNEXURE V: NETWORK CONNECTIVITY SOLUTION
The network connectivity model for CCTNS would be a hybrid model based on following
connectivities –
•
•
•
SWAN Connectivity
VPNoBB/WiMax/VSAT Connectivity
MPLS VPN Connectivity
The Proposed connectivity model will be as follows –
•
•
•
•
•
SWAN Connectivity
o Sites co-located with the SWAN PoP
o Sites within 7 km from nearest SWAN PoP
VPNoBB Connectivity
o Sites more than 7 km from SWAN PoP
o DSLAM availability in that exchange
WiMax Connectivity
o SWAN and VPNoBB not available/feasible
VSAT Connectivity
o SWAN and VPNoBB/WiMax not available/feasible
MPLS VPN Connectivity
o Aggregated MPLS bandwidth at PHQ/SDC for VPNoBB, WiMax and VSAT links
o MPLS Bandwidth for connecting States/UTs SDC with NDC
The network architecture at the central and the state level are depicted in the following figures
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CCTNS Network Connectivity – At Central Level
CCTNS Network Connectivity – At State Level
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The network connectivity uptime matrix has been depicted below –
Priority level
Connectivity Type
Bandwidth
Uptime
1
LAN Connectivity (Sites colocated within SWAN PoP)
LAN connectivity to
be provided by
State
As per SWAN
2
Point to point leased line
(Sites within 7km for nearest
SWAN PoP)
2 Mbps
As per SWAN:
99% on MLLN
92% on Non-MLLN
3
VPNoBB for sites more than
7km from SWAN PoP
512Kbps (Max)
97%
4
WiMax (Sites non feasible on
SWAN & VPNoBB)
512Kbps (Max)
96%
5
VSAT (Sites not feasible on
SWAN, VPNoBB or WiMax)
CAR: 64Kbps
96%
MAR: 512Kbps
6
Aggregated bandwidth from
SWAN NOC to SDC (Sites on
SWAN connectivity )
LAN connectivity to
be provided by
SWAN NOC/State
SI
As per SWAN
7
Aggregated MPLS Bandwidth
from BSNL to SDC (Sites on
VPNoBB, WiMax and VSAT)
2 -45 Mbps
(Proposed, may
vary during
implementation)
99%
8
MPLS Connectivity between
each State/UT SDC and DR
site
2 – 8 Mbps
99%
9
MPLS Connectivity between
NDC and State’s/UT’s SDC
20 – 45 Mbps at
NDC
99%
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11 ANNEXURE VI: INDICATIVE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Minimum Technical Specifications for client system (PC) at police stations/Higher
Offices/other offices
Items
Make
Technical Specifications
Must be Specified. Manufactured in Plant having Cert (ISO 9000 &
14001)
Model
Must be Specified. All the relevant product brochures and manuals
must be submitted as per specifications.
Processor
Intel Core i5-650 processor @ 3.20 GHz with Q57 Chipset with 4 MB
Cache or AMD Phenom II X4 955 processor @ 3.2 GHz with AMD 785
chipset with 4 MB Cache or equivalent
Memory Type
4 GB DDR3 SDRAM @ 1066 MHz expandable to 8 GB Min. 1 DIMM Slot
free for future upgrades
Mother board
OEM Motherboard with 2 PCI, , PCI Express x 16 downward compatible
to PCI Express x1, 1- Serial, 1-RJ45, 1-VGA, 4-USB, Line in line out, mic,
Integrated graphics and sound device
Internal hard disk
500 GB SATA [email protected] 7200 rpm
/speed
Optical Drive
DVDRW (OEM make)
Display size
18.5'' Wide TFT 1024 X 768, Above TCO 03 Certified. Monitor of the
same make of offered PC brand
Display controller
Integrated (on board) graphics
Ethernet and
Integrated 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit LAN, with Wake On LAN
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Support, One serial port , Min 4 USB 2.0 port of which at least two
ports
should be on front side, 1- Parallel, 2- PS2, 1- RJ45, 1-VGA, 2 Line-in
(stereo/microphone); 2 Line-out (headphone/speaker)
Form Factor
Convertible Minitower
Bilingual Keyboard
Heavy duty Bi-lingual (INSCRIPT) Etched Membrane Keyboard
Pointing device
Optical Mouse with scroll wheel
Power Supply
250 watts or more Surge Protected SMPS Compliance Onboard line
purification (Active/Passive Power Factor Correction)
Shielded/Sheathed cable AC ripple voltage should not exceed ±0.1
Volts. Variation in voltage at each rail should not exceed 3% under Idle
and Full load.
Power
APM (Advanced Power Management)/ ACPI (Advance Configuration &
Management
Power Interface) feature.
Security
a. Set up password b. Power On Password c. Security Loop d.
Administrator Password e. Serial, Parallel & USB interface control.
Accessories
Good quality Mouse Pad and Dust Covers
Operating System
Preloaded with 64 bit Linux based OS or preloaded 64 bit Windows
based OS with Certificate of Authenticity recovery / restore media CD
along with patches and updates for 5 years.
Office Productivity
Pre installed with Office suite
Suite
Antivirus
Preloaded with Antivirus along with patches & Updates for 5 years
Warranty
3 years comprehensive on site and 3 years of AMC
Duplex laser
printer
• Mini. Resolution of 600X600 dpi
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• Mini. duty cycle of 5000 sheets/month
• Linux. Windows XP, Vista, 7 compatible
• Mini. print speed 23 ppm
• Interface: High Speed USB 2.0 with cable, 10/100 Mbps Tx network
card
• A4, Executive, Legal, Letter, custom sizes
• Three years onsite warranty
Multi-Function
Laser
(Print/Scan/Copy)
• Mini. Resolution of 600X600 dpi
• Mini. duty cycle of 10000 sheets/month
• Interface: USB 2.0 and Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbps
• Flatbed scanning and copying
• Mini. 64 mb memory
• Mini. print speed 25 ppm
• Fax
• Linux. Windows XP, Vista, 7 compatible
• A4, Executive, Legal, Letter, custom sizes
• Three years onsite warranty
UPS for 120min
backup (1KVA)
• Battery backup: mini. 120 minutes
• Rating: 1KVA
• PWM Technology using Microprocessor Controlled, True On-Line
Double Conversion Technology, switching frequency : 20KHz or
higher
• Crest Factor: Minimum 3:1 at full load
• Output Wave Form: Sine wave
• Cold Start feature (DC Power on)
Should be provided
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• Input Power Factor at Full Load>0.90
• Input: Single Phase 3 Wire
• Input voltage: 160 V AC to 260 V AC
• Input frequency: 50 Hz +/- 3Hz
• Output Voltage: 230V AC, Single Phase,+/- 2% from no load to full
load and over entire input voltage/frequency range)
• Output Frequency: 50Hz+/- 0.5% (Free running); +/- 3% (Sync.
Mode)
• Inverter efficiency: >85%
• Over All AC-AC Efficiency: >85%
• Static Switch(Bidirectional): Should be provided and should take
care of 100% load transfer
• Load Power Factor: Should be at least 0.7lagging (i.e. 5KVA = 3.5KW
or better)
• Overload Capacity: 105%-infinite, 125%-1 Minute,150%- 1 second
• UPS Shutdown: UPS should shutdown with an alarm and indication
on following conditions 1)Output over voltage 2)Output under
voltage 3)Battery low 4)Inverter overload 5)Over temperature
6)Output short
• Protections: Input should have MCB and output should be
electronically protected, also battery connection should have
MCB/MCCB/Fuse, surge protection, battery low warning
• Bypass Switch: Required for all ratings
• Total Harmonic Distortion: <3% for linear load and <8% for NonLinear Load
• Indicators: AC Mains, Load on Battery, Load Level, Battery Low
Warning, Inverter On, UPS on Bypass, Overload, etc
• Metering: Input Voltage, Output Voltage and frequency, battery
voltage, output current etc (LCD /LED or through Software)
• Battery: Sealed Maintenance Free
• Battery housings: Closed housing in a cubicle with suitable louvers
or racks
• Audio Alarm: Battery low, Mains Failure, over temperature, Inverter
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overload, Fault, etc.
• Operating Temperature: 0 to 45 degrees centigrade
• Humidity: 10-90% Relative humidity
• Warranty: OEM Warranty on site for three years for UPS and
battery
• Short Circuit Protection: MCB/MCCB should trip or UPS should
shutdown without blowing any fuses
• Input Over Voltage: UPS should be absolutely safe in case of high
voltage at input
UPS for 120min
backup (5KVA)
• Battery backup: mini. 120 minutes
• Rating: 5KVA
• PWM Technology using Microprocessor Controlled, True On-Line
Double Conversion Technology, switching frequency : 20KHz or
higher
• Crest Factor: Minimum 3:1 at full load
• Output Wave Form: Sine wave
• Cold Start feature (DC Power on)
Should be provided
• Input Power Factor at Full Load>0.90
• Input: Single Phase 3 Wire
• Input voltage: 160 V AC to 260 V AC
• Input frequency: 50 Hz +/- 3Hz
• Output Voltage: 230V AC, Single Phase,+/- 2% from no load to full
load and over entire input voltage/frequency range)
• Output Frequency: 50Hz+/- 0.5% (Free running); +/- 3% (Sync.
Mode)
• Inverter efficiency: >85%
• Over All AC-AC Efficiency: >85%
• Static Switch(Bidirectional): Should be provided and should take
care of 100% load transfer
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• Load Power Factor: Should be at least 0.7lagging (i.e. 5KVA = 3.5KW
or better)
• Overload Capacity: 105%-infinite, 125%-1 Minute,150%- 1 second
• UPS Shutdown: UPS should shutdown with an alarm and indication
on following conditions 1)Output over voltage 2)Output under
voltage 3)Battery low 4)Inverter overload 5)Over temperature
6)Output short
• Protections: Input should have MCB and output should be
electronically protected, also battery connection should have
MCB/MCCB/Fuse, surge protection, battery low warning
• Bypass Switch: Required for all ratings
• Total Harmonic Distortion: <3% for linear load and <8% for NonLinear Load
• Indicators: AC Mains, Load on Battery, Load Level, Battery Low
Warning, Inverter On, UPS on Bypass, Overload, etc
• Metering: Input Voltage, Output Voltage and frequency, battery
voltage, output current etc (LCD /LED or through Software)
• Battery: Sealed Maintenance Free
• Battery housings: Closed housing in a cubicle with suitable louvers
or racks
• Audio Alarm: Battery low, Mains Failure, Over temperature,
Inverter overload, Fault, etc.
• Operating Temperature: 0 to 45 degrees centigrade
• Humidity: 10-90% Relative humidity
• Warranty: OEM Warranty on site for three years for UPS and
battery
• Short Circuit Protection: MCB/MCCB should trip or UPS should
shutdown without blowing any fuses
• Input Over Voltage: UPS should be absolutely safe in case of high
voltage at input
UPS for 120min
• Battery backup: mini. 120 minutes
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backup (15KVA)
• Rating: 15KVA
• PWM Technology using Microprocessor Controlled, True On-Line
Double Conversion Technology, switching frequency : 20KHz or
higher
• Crest Factor: Minimum 3:1 at full load
• Output Wave Form: Sine wave
• Cold Start feature (DC Power on)
Should be provided
• Input Power Factor at Full Load>0.90
• Input: Single Phase 3 Wire
• Input voltage: 160 V AC to 260 V AC
• Input frequency: 50 Hz +/- 3Hz
• Output Voltage: 230V AC, Single Phase,+/- 2% from no load to full
load and over entire input voltage/frequency range)
• Output Frequency: 50Hz+/- 0.5% (Free running); +/- 3% (Sync.
Mode)
• Inverter efficiency: >85%
• Over All AC-AC Efficiency: >85%
• Static Switch(Bidirectional): Should be provided and should take
care of 100% load transfer
• Load Power Factor: Should be at least 0.7lagging (i.e. 5KVA = 3.5KW
or better)
• Overload Capacity: 105%-infinite, 125%-1 Minute,150%- 1 second
• UPS Shutdown: UPS should shutdown with an alarm and indication
on following conditions 1)Output over voltage 2)Output under
voltage 3)Battery low 4)Inverter overload 5)Over temperature
6)Output short
• Protections: Input should have MCB and output should be
electronically protected, also battery connection should have
MCB/MCCB/Fuse, surge protection, battery low warning
• Bypass Switch: Required for all ratings
• Total Harmonic Distortion: <3% for linear load and <8% for NonLinear Load
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• Indicators: AC Mains, Load on Battery, Load Level, Battery Low
Warning, Inverter On, UPS on Bypass, Overload, etc
• Metering: Input Voltage, Output Voltage and frequency, battery
voltage, output current etc (LCD /LED or through Software)
• Battery: Sealed Maintenance Free
• Battery housings: Closed housing in a cubicle with suitable louvers
or racks
• Audio Alarm: Battery low, Mains Failure, Over temperature,
Inverter overload,Fault, etc.
• Operating Temperature: 0 to 45 degrees centigrade
• Humidity: 10-90% Relative humidity
• Warranty: OEM Warranty on site for three years for UPS and
battery
• Short Circuit Protection: MCB/MCCB should trip or UPS should
shutdown without blowing any fuses
• Input Over Voltage: UPS should be absolutely safe in case of high
voltage at input
2KVA Generator
Set
• The proposed DG set should be able to support the Police Unit
equipments along with AC, in absence of primary power source.
• Engine shall be vertical multi cylinder 4 stroke type in accordance
with IS 10002-1981 with latest amendments.
• Type : Multi cylinder
• Method of starting: Electric start 12 V DC
• Type of cooling: Water cooled /Air cooled
• Type of governor: Mechanical/Electronic
• Type of fuel: High speed diesel
• Rating: Continuous
• Output: Suitable HP rated to match the alternator
• Rated speed: 1500 RPM
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• Over load capacity: 10% overload – minimum 1 hour
50% overload – minimum 1 minute
Accessories
♦
Flywheel to suitable diameter and fuel injection equipment
♦
Air cleaner
♦
Lubricating oil cooler
♦
Electric motor starting equipment like motor, battery, charging
generator with voltage regulator etc.
♦
Heavy duty radiator with fan
♦
Residential type silencer with exhaust piping with vibration
isolator
♦
Fuel tank suitable for 8 Hrs of continuous running with necessary
piping and fuel gauge, drain valve, inlet and outlet connections.
♦
Anti vibration mounting pads (Dunlop)
♦
Speed controlling governor
♦
Suitable coupling system to the Alternator
♦
Tachometer
♦
Lubricating oil pressure gauge
♦
Hour meter to indicate number of Hrs of operation
♦
Auto trip on low oil pressure
♦
Over speed alarm with trip
♦
Thermal insulation for exhaust line with glass wool, Aluminium
sheet, chicken mesh, Diesel line 12 mm dia including beads
flanger etc
♦
Battery 12 V with lead and terminal
♦
Battery charger.
♦
Protection:
Protection against low lubricating oil pressure,
high water temperature and over speed shall be provided for
engine with alarm and fuel shut off.
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Minimum technical specifications for data center and disaster recovery sites:
1 Database Server (Intel / AMD 64) – 2 nos. (min)
2
•
Minimum 4x Quad core processor with 2.1GHz or above with 1066Mhz FSB /
2000 MT /s expandable to 4 physical processor with min 4 MB L3 cache per
processor
•
Processor should be latest series/generation for the server model being quoted
•
OS support: Microsoft® Windows Server 2003 / 2008, Enterprise Edition / Red
Hat® Enterprise Linux 5 & 4 AP / SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server 9 / Solaris for
x86
•
Memory (RAM): Min. 64 GB scalable to 256 GB
•
RAID controller with RAID 0/1/5 with 256 MB cache
•
HDD hot pluggable: 4 x 146 GB 2.5” 10 K RPM HDD or more
•
Disk bays: Support for min 8 small form factor hot plug SAS / SCSI hard drives in
disk drive carriers that slides out from front
•
Atleast 4 x 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet ports or more
•
2 x 4 Gbps Fiber Channel Ports
•
Ports Rear: Two USB ports (Ver 2.0); RJ-45 Ethernet; keyboard and mouse; no
parallel port Front: One USB (Ver 2.0)
•
Graphics controller: SVGA / PCI bus / ATI® ES 1000 / min 16MB SDRAM std/max
/ 1280x1024 at 16M colors
•
Optical / diskette: 8X / 24X slim-line DVD ROM drive shared across chassis
•
Security: Power-on password / admin password / unattended boot / selectable
boot / boot without keyboard
•
Power supplies: Hot plug redundant AC power supply
•
Management feature to identify failed components even when server is
switched off.
•
Rack Mountable
•
It should provide Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 128 bit
•
Encryption and Secure Shell (SSH) Version 2 and support VPN for secure access
over internet.
•
Should be able to manage systems through a web-browser.
Production CAS (State) Application Services related servers (Web, Portal, Application,
Database, Directory, etc…)
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Blade Chassis Specification
•
Single blade chassis should accommodate minimum 6 (Quad core Processor) / 8
(Dual core Processor) or higher hot pluggable blades.
•
Processor should be latest series/generation for the server model being quoted
•
6U to 12U Rack-mountable
•
Dual network connectivity for each blade server for redundancy should be
provided. Backplane should be completely passive device. If it is active, dual
backplane should be provided for redundancy
•
Should accommodate Intel, AMD, RISC / EPIC Processor based Blade Servers for
future applications
•
Should have the capability for installing industry standard flavours of Windows,
Linux, Unix, Solaris for x86 Operating Environments
•
Single console for all blades in the enclosure or KVM Module
•
DVD ROM can be internal or external, which can be shared by all the blades
allowing remote installation of S/W and OS
•
Minimum 2 external USB connections functionality
•
Two hot-plug, redundant 1Gbps Ethernet module with minimum 10 ports
(cumulative), which enable connectivity to Ethernet via switch. Switch should
be (Internal/external) having Layer 3 functionality - routing, filtering, traffic
queuing etc
•
Two hot-plugs, redundant 4 Gbps Fiber Channel for connectivity to the external
Fiber channel Switch and ultimately to the storage device.
•
Power Supplies
o
Hot Swap redundant power supplies to be provided
o
Power supplies should have N+N. All Power Supplies modules should be
populated in the chassis
•
Hot Swappable and redundant Cooling Unit
•
Management
o
Systems Management and deployment tools to aid in Blade Server
configuration and OS deployment,
o
Remote management capabilities through internet browser
o
It should provide Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 128 bit encryption and
Secure Shell (SSH) Version 2 and support VPN for secure access over
internet.
o
Ability to measure power historically for servers or group of servers for
optimum power usage
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Blade enclosure should have provision to connect to display console /
central console for local management like trouble shooting,
configuration, system status / health display
•
Built in KVM switch or Virtual KVM feature over IP.
•
Dedicated management network port should have separate path for
management
•
Support heterogeneous environment: AMD, Xeon and RISC/EPIC CPU blades
must be in same chassis with scope to run Win2003/2008 Server, Red Hat Linux
/ 64 Bit UNIX, Suse Linux / 64 Bit UNIX / Solaris x86
Blade Servers (Web, Portal, Application, Directory, etc…)
•
Blade can be half / full height with I/O connectivity to backplane
•
2 Quad core @ 2.0 GHz or above with 4 MB shared L2 cache, 1066 MHz / 2000
MT/s FSB
•
Processor should be latest series/generation for the server model being quoted
•
Min 32 GB FBD RAM with min 8 Nos. free slots for future expandability.
•
Minimum Memory: 32 GB scalable to 128 GB per blade
•
The Blade should have redundant 4 Gbps Fiber Channel HBA (only for database
server)
•
2 X (1000BASE-T) Tx Gigabit LAN ports with TCP / IP offload engine support /
dedicated chipset for network I/O on blade server
•
2 X 146GB HDD or more hot swappable system disk with mirroring using
integrated RAID 0,1 on internal disks, or min.16 GB compact flash card to be
provided. It should be possible to hot swap the drives without shutting down
the server.
•
VGA / Graphics Port / Controller
•
Should support heterogeneous OS platforms
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12 ANNEXURE VII: MAHARASHTRA POLICE STATIONS INDICATIVE LIST
SR NO
UNIT
Indicative Number of Police Station
1
MUMBAI CITY
92
2
PUNE CITY
34
3
THANE CITY
34
4
NAGPUR CITY
27
5
AURANGABAD CITY
12
6
NASHIK CITY
12
7
SOLAPUR CITY
7
8
NEW MUMBAI
18
9
AMARAVATI CITY
9
10
RAILWAY MUMBAI
17
11
THANE RURAL
33
12
RAIGAD – ALIBAG
26
13
SINDHUDURG
13
14
RATNAGIRI
16
15
KOLHAPUR
28
16
SATARA
27
17
SANGLI
22
18
SOLAPUR RURAL
23
19
PUNE RURAL
31
20
NASHIK RURAL
39
21
DHULE
15
22
JALGAON
33
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SR NO
UNIT
Indicative Number of Police Station
23
AHMADNAGAR
27
24
NANDURBAR
11
25
NAGPUR RURAL
23
26
WARDHA
17
27
BHANDARA
13
28
GONDIA
16
29
CHANDRAPUR
32
30
GADCHIROLI
9
31
AHERI
6
32
AMRAVATI RURAL
30
33
YAVATMAL
29
34
BULDHANA
29
35
AKOLA
19
36
WASHIM
11
37
AURANGABAD RURAL
21
38
JALNA
18
39
BEED
27
40
OSMANABAD
17
41
NANDED
36
42
LATUR
23
43
PARBHANI
17
44
HINGOLI
12
45
RAILWAY PUNE
6
46
RAILWAY NAGPUR
16
Total
1033
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
Mumbai city
1
1.
Colaba Police Station
2.
Cuffe Parade Police Station
3.
Marine Lines Police Station
4.
Azad Maidan Police Station
5.
M.R.A. Marg Police Station
6.
Dongri Police Station
7.
J.J. Marg Police Station
8.
Pydhooni Police Station
9.
L.T. Marg Police Station
10.
V.P. Marg Police Station
11.
D.B. Marg Police Station
12.
Gamdevi Police Station
13.
Malbar Hill Police Station
14.
Yellow Gate Police Station
15.
Mumbai Coastal Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
16.
Wadala Police Station
17.
Shiwadi Police Station
18.
Tardeo Police Station
19.
Nagpada Police Station
20.
Agripada Police Station
21.
Byculla Police Station
22.
Worli Police Station
23.
N.M.Joshi Marg Police Station
24.
Bhoiwada Police Station
25.
Kalachowky Police Station
26.
Matunga Police Station
27.
R.A.K. Marg Police Station
28.
Sion Police Station
29.
Antop Hill Police Station
30.
Wadala Truck Terminus Police Station
31.
Dadar Police Station
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UNIT
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
32.
Shivaji Park Police Station
33.
Mahim Police Station
34.
Shahu Nagar Police Station
35.
Kurla Police Station
36.
Dharavi Police Station
37.
Vinoba Bhave Police Station
38.
Chembur Police Station
39.
Nehru Nagar Police Station
40.
Trombay Police Station
41.
Govandi Police Station
42.
R.C.F. Police Station
43.
Deonar Police Station
44.
Shivaji Nagar Police Station
45.
Tilak Nagar Police Station
46.
Mankhurd Police Station
47.
Ghatkopar Police Station
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UNIT
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
48.
Pant Nagar Police Station
49.
Vikroli Police Station
50.
Park Site Police Station
51.
Bhandup Police Station
52.
Kanjur Marg Police Station
53.
Mulund Police Station
54.
Navghar Police Station
55.
Vakola Police Station
56.
Vile Parle (E) Police Station
57.
Kherwadi Police Station
58.
Bandra-Kurla Complex Police Station
59.
Nirmal Nagar Police Station
60.
Airport Police Station
61.
Sahar Police Station
62.
Vile Parle (W) Police Station
63.
Bandra Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
64.
Khar Police Station
65.
Santacruz Police Station
66.
Juhu Police Station
67.
D.N. Nagar Police Station
68.
Versova Coastal Police Station
69.
Oshiwara Police Station
70.
Amboli Police Station
71.
Meghwadi Police Station
72.
Jogeshawari Police Station
73.
Sakinaka Police Station
74.
Pawai Police Station
75.
Andheri Police Station
76.
M.I.D.C.Police Station
77.
Goregoan Police Station
78.
Malad Police Station
79.
Bangur Nagar Link Road
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UNIT
Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
80.
Malavani Police Station
81.
Kandivali Police Station
82.
Charcop Police Station
83.
Borivali Police Station
84.
M.H.B.Coloney Police Station
85.
Govarai Police Station
86.
Dindoshi Police Station
87.
Goregaon (E) Police Station
88.
Aare Sub Police Station
89.
Samta Nagar Police Station
90.
Kurar Police Station
91.
Dahisar Police Station
92.
Kasturba Marg Police Station
92
2
Pune City
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Khadak Police Station
2.
Faraskhana Police Station
3.
Shivajinagar Police Station
4.
Vishrambag Police Station
5.
Deccan Police Station
6.
Kothrud Police Station
7.
Warje Malvadi Police Station
8.
Samarth Police Station
9.
Bandgarden Police Station
10.
Lashkar Police Station
11.
Koregaon park Police Station
12.
Swargate Police Station
13.
Sahakarnagar Police Station
14.
Bibvewadi Police Station
15.
Bharti Vidyapith Police Station
16.
Dattawadi Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
17.
Pimpari Police Station
18.
Bhosari M.I.D.C.Police Station
19.
Bhosari Police Station
20.
Nigadi Police Station
21.
Chinchawad Police Station
22.
Hijawadi Police Station
23.
Chatrashungi Police Station
24.
Sangavi Police Station
25.
Khadaki Police Station
26.
Visharant Wadi Police Station
27.
Yerawada Police Station
28.
Vimantal Police Station
29.
Wanwadi Police Station
30.
Hadapasar Police Station
31.
Kondhawa Police Station
32.
Mundhawa Police Station
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UNIT
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
33.
Market Yard Police Station
34.
M.S.E.B.Police Station
34
3
THANE CITY
(M.S.E.B.Added)
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Thanenagar Police Station
2.
Naupada Police Station
3.
Rabodi Police Station
4.
Mumbra Police Station
5.
Dayghar Police Station
6.
Kalwa Police Station
7.
Bhiwandi City Police Station
8.
Nijampura Police Station
9.
Bhoiwada Police Station
10.
Shantinagar Police Station
11.
Kongaon Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
12.
Narpoli Police Station
13.
Mahatma Phule Chowk Police Station
14.
Bazar Peth Police Station
15.
Kolsewadi Police Station
16.
M.S.E.B Police Station
17.
Manpada Police Station
18.
Vishanu Nagar Police Station
19.
Dombivali Police Station
20.
Tilak Nagar Police Station
21.
Ulhasnagar Police Station
22.
Madhayawari Police Station
23.
Vitthalwadi Police Station
24.
Hill Line Police Station
25.
Ambarnath Police Station
26.
Shivaji Nagar Police Station
27.
Badalapur (E) Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
28.
Badalapur (W) Police Station
29.
Kopari Police Station
30.
Shrinagar Police Station
31.
Wartaknagar Police Station
32.
Waghale Estate
33.
Kapurbawadi
34.
Kasarwadawali
34
4
NAGPUR CITY
(M.S.E.B.Added)
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Sitabardi Police Station
2.
Bajaj Nagar Police Station
3.
Ambazari Police Station
4.
MIDC Police Station
5.
Wadi Police Station
6.
Sonegaon Police Station
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UNIT
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
7.
Pratapnagar Police Station
8.
Sadar Police Station
9.
Gittikhadan Police Station
10.
Pachpawali Police Station
11.
Jaripataka Police Station
12.
Koradi Police Station
13.
Manakapur Police Station
14.
Kotawali Police Station
15.
Tahashil Police Station
16.
Ganeshpeth Police Station
17.
Lakadganj Police Station
18.
Shantinagar Police Station
19.
Kalamana Police Station
20.
Yashodhara Nagar Police Station
21.
Anjani Police Station
22.
Dhantoli Police Station
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UNIT
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
23.
Emamwada Police Station
24.
Sakkardara Police Station
25.
Hudakeshwar Police Station
26.
Nandanwan Police Station
27.
M.S.E.B Police Station
27
5
AURANGABAD CITY
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
City Chowk Police Station
2.
Kranti Chowk Police Station
3.
Jinsi Police Station
4.
Osmanpura Police Station
5.
CIDCO Police Station
6.
MIDC CIDCO Police Station
7.
Mukund wadi Police Station
8.
Jawahar Nagar Police Station
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UNIT
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
9.
Begampura Police Station
10.
Chawani Police Station
11.
Waluj Police Station
12.
MIDC Waluj Police Station
12
6
NASHIK CITY
(M.S.E.B.Added)
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Bhadrakali Police Station
2.
Sarakarwada Police Station
3.
Panchawati Police Station
4.
Adagaon Police Station
5.
Gangapur Police Station
6.
Satpur Police Station
7.
Dewali Camp Police Station
8.
Ambad Police Station
9.
Nashik Road Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
10.
Upanagar Police Station
11.
MSEB Police Station
12.
Indra Nagar Police Station
12
7
SOLAPUR CITY
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Jelroed Police Station
2.
Fausdar Chawadi Police Station
3.
Sadar Bazar Police Station
4.
Wijapur Naka Police Station
5.
Salagar Wasti Police Station
6.
MIDC Police Station
7.
Jodbhawi Peth Police Station
7
8
NEW MUMBAI (Coastal
Added)
1.
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
Rabale Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
2.
Vashi Police Station
3.
APMC Police Station
4.
Koparkhairane Police Station
5.
Rabale M.I.D..C
6.
Turbhe Police Station
7.
Turbhe M.I.D.C.
8.
CBD Police Station
9.
Nerul Police Station
10.
NRI (Coastal Police Station)
11.
Panvel Police Station
12.
New Panvel Police Station
13.
Kharghar Police Station
14.
Kalamboli Police Station
15.
Taloja Police Station
16.
Uran Police Station
17.
Nhavasheva Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
18.
Mora (Coastal Police Station)
18
9
AMARAVATI CITY
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Kotawali Police Station
2.
Rajapeth Police Station
3.
Nagpuri Gate Police Station
4.
Frejarpura Police Station
5.
Badanera Police Station
6.
Nandagaon Peth Police Station
7.
Gadagenagar Police Station
8.
Kholapuri Gate Police Station
9.
Valgaona Police Station
9
10
RAILWAY MUMBAI
1.
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
C.S.T. Police Station
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2.
Dadar Police Station
3.
Kurla Police Station
4.
Wadala Police Station
5.
Vashi Police Station
6.
Panvel Police Station
7.
Thane Police Station
8.
Dombivli Police Station
9.
Kalyan Police Station
10.
Karjat Police Station
11.
Churchgate Police Station
12.
Mumbai Central Terminal Police Station
13.
Bandra Police Station
14.
Andheri Police Station
15.
Borivali Police Station
16.
Vasai Road Police Station
17.
Palghar Police Station
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THANE RURAL (Coastal
Added)
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Kashimira Police Station
2.
Mira Road Police Station
3.
Bhaindar Police Station
4.
Navaghar Police Station
5.
Vasai Police Station
6.
Manikpur Police Station
7.
Virar Police Station
8.
Nalasopara Police Station
9.
Palghar Police Station
10.
Saphala Police Station
11.
Satapati (Coastal Police Station)
12.
Manor Police Station
13.
Tarapur Police Station
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14.
Boisar Police Station
15.
Wangaon Police Station
16.
Dahanu Police Station
17.
Gholwad Police Station
18.
Talasari Police Station
19.
Jawahar Police Station
20.
Vikramgad Police Station
21.
Mokhada Police Station
22.
Kasa Police Station
23.
Shahapur Police Station
24.
Kasara Police Station
25.
Padakha Police Station
26.
Murbad Police Station
27.
Kulgaon Police Station
28.
Kalyan Taluka Police Station
29.
Kinnwali Police Station
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30.
Tokawade Police Station
31.
Ganeshpuri Police Station
32.
Wadha Police Station
33.
Bhiwandi Police Station
33
12
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(Coastal Added)
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Alibag Police Station
2.
Rewdanda Police Station
3.
Murud Police Station
4.
Mandwa (Coastal Police Station)
5.
Pen Police Station
6.
WadKhal Police Station
7.
Poynad Police Station
8.
Roha Police Station
9.
Pali Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
10.
Nagothane Police Station
11.
Mahad City Police Station
12.
Mahad Taluka Police Station
13.
MIDC Mahad Police Station
14.
Poladpur Police Station
15.
Shriwardhan Police Station
16.
Mhasala Police Station
17.
Dighi Police Station (Coastal Police Station)
18.
Mangaon Police Station
19.
Goregaon Police Station
20.
Tala Police Station
21.
Karjat Police Station
22.
Neral Police Station
23.
Matheran Police Station
24.
Khalapur Police Station
25.
Khopoli Police Station
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26.
Rasayani Police Station
26
13
SINDHUDURG (Coastal
Added)
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Wanda Police Station
2.
Dodamarg Police Station
3.
Sawantwadi Police Station
4.
Vengurla (Coastal Police Station)
5.
Nivati (Coastal Police Station)
6.
Kudal Police Station
7.
Aoros Police Station
8.
Malwan (Coastal Police Station)
9.
Aachara (Coastal Police Station)
10.
Devagad (Coastal Police Station)
11.
Vijaydurg (Coastal Police Station)
12.
Kankawali Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
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Vaibhavwadi Police Station
13
14
RATNAGIRI (Coastal
Added)
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Ratnagiri City Police Station
2.
Ratnagiri Rular Police Station
3.
Sangameshawar Police Station
4.
Jaygad (Coastal Police Station)
5.
Rajapur Police Station
6.
Lanja Police Station
7.
Dewarukh Police Station
8.
Nate (Coastal Police Station)
9.
Chipalun Police Station
10.
Sawarde Police Station
11.
Guhagar Police Station
12.
Alore Police Station
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13.
Khed Police Station
14.
Dapoli Police Station
15.
Mandangad Police Station
16.
Bankot (Coastal Police Station)
16
15
KOLHAPUR
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Laxmipuri Police Station
2.
Juna Rajwada Police Station
3.
Shahupuri Police Station
4.
Rajarampuri Police Station
5.
Karwir Police Station
6.
Gandhi Nagar Police Station
7.
Shiroli MIDC Police Station
8.
Kagal Police Station
9.
Murgud Police Station
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10.
M.I.D.C.Gokul Shrigaon
11.
Gadhinglaj Police Station
12.
Nesari Police Station
13.
Aajar Police Station
14.
Chandgad Police Station
15.
Bhudargad Police Station
16.
Echalkarnji Police Station
17.
Shivaji Nagar Police Station
18.
Hupari Police Station
19.
Kurundwad Police Station
20.
Jaysingpur Police Station
21.
Shirol Police Station
22.
Hatkangale Police Station
23.
Wadgaon Police Station
24.
Shahuwadi Police Station
25.
Panhala Police Station
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26.
Kodoli Police Station
27.
Gaganbawada Police Station
28.
Radhanagari Police Station
28
16
SATARA
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Satara City Police Station
2.
Satare Taluka Police Station
3.
Borgaon Police Station
4.
Koregaon Police Station
5.
Rahimatpur Police Station
6.
Pusegaon Police Station
7.
Wathar Police Station
8.
Wai Police Station
9.
Medha Police Station
10.
Bhuinj Police Station
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11.
Pachgani Police Station
12.
Mahabaleshwar Police Station
13.
Karad City Police Station
14.
Karad Taluka Police Station
15.
Talbid Police Station
16.
Umbraj Police Station
17.
Fhaltan Taluka Police Station
18.
Lonand Police Station
19.
Khandala Police Station
20.
Dahiwadi Police Station
21.
Mhasawad Police Station
22.
Waduj Police Station
23.
Aundh Police Station
24.
Dhebewadi Police Station
25.
Koyana Nagar Police Station
26.
Falatan ® Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
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Patan Police Station
27
17
SANGLI
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Sangli City Police Station
2.
Vishrambag Police Station
3.
Sangli Rural Police Station
4.
Miraj City Police Station
5.
Miraj Rural Police Station
6.
MIDC Kupwad Police Station
7.
Jat Police Station
8.
Umadi Police Station
9.
Kawathemahakal Police Station
10.
Tasgaon Police Station
11.
Kundal Police Station
12.
Palus Police Station
13.
Vita Police Station
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14.
Kadegaon Police Station
15.
Chinchnivangi Police Station
16.
Aatapadi Police Station
17.
Eslampur Police Station
18.
Aasta Police Station
19.
Kokrud Police Station
20.
Kurlap Police Station
21.
Kasegaon Police Station
22.
Shirala Police Station
22
18
SOLAPUR RURAL
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Solapur Taluka Police Station
2.
Mohol Police Station
3.
Kamati Police Station
4.
Mandrup Police Station
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5.
Akkalkot North Police Station
6.
Akkalkot South Police Station
7.
Valsang Police Station
8.
Barshi City Police Station
9.
Pangri Police Station
10.
Vairagi Police Station
11.
Madha Police Station
12.
Karmala Police Station
13.
Tembhurni Police Station
14.
Kurduwadi Police Station
15.
Pandharpur City Police Station
16.
Pandharpur Taluka Police Station
17.
Karkamb Police Station
18.
Mangalvedha Police Station
19.
Sangola Police Station
20.
Akaluj Police Station
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21.
Malsiras Police Station
22.
Velapur Police Station
23.
Natepute Police Station
23
19
PUNE RURAL
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Haweli Police Station
2.
Lonikarbhor Police Station
3.
Lonikand Police Station
4.
Velha Police Station
5.
Baramati City Police Station
6.
Baramati Taluka Police Station
7.
Walchandnagar Police Station
8.
Endapur Police Station
9.
Wadgaon Nimbalkar Police Station
10.
Daund Police Station
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11.
Shirul Police Station
12.
Shikrapur Police Station
13.
Yawat (Talegaon Dhamdhere) Police Station
14.
Khed Police Station
15.
Chakan Police Station
16.
Alandi Police Station
17.
Ghodegaon Police Station
18.
Manchar Police Station
19.
Lonawala City Police Station
20.
Lonawala Rular Police Station
21.
Wadgaon Mawal Police Station
22.
Dehuroad Police Station
23.
Talegaon Dabhade Police Station
24.
Pound Police Station
25.
Junnar Police Station
26.
Narayangaon Police Station
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27.
Otur Police Station
28.
Bhor Police Station
29.
Rajgad Police Station
30.
Saswad Police Station
31.
Jejuri Police Station
31
20
NASHIK RURAL
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Eagatpuri Police Station
2.
Ghoti Police Station
3.
Wadiwarhe Police Station
4.
Ozar Police Station
5.
Pimpalgaon Police Station
6.
Nifhad Police Station
7.
Sinnar Police Station
8.
Lasalgaon Police Station
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9.
Wawi Police Station
10.
Saykheda Police Station
11.
Peth Police Station
12.
Nashik Taluka Police Station
13.
Harsul Police Station
14.
Trambakeshwar Police Station
15.
Kalwan Police Station
16.
Dewala Police Station
17.
Abhona Police Station
18.
Dindori Police Station
19.
Wani Police Station
20.
Surgana Police Station
21.
Barhe Police Station
22.
Manmad Police Station
23.
Nandgaon Police Station
24.
Chandwad Police Station
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25.
Wadner Bhairaw Police Station
26.
Yevala City Police Station
27.
Yevala Taluka Police Station
28.
Malegaon City Police Station
29.
Aazad Nagar Police Station
30.
Aayesha Nagar Police Station
31.
Ramjanpura Police Station
32.
Malegaon Taluka Police Station
33.
Satana Police Station
34.
Jaykheda Police Station
35.
Wadner Kha Police Station
36.
Malegaon Chawani Police Station
37.
Malegaon Killa Police Station
38.
Malegaon Camp Police Station
39.
Pawarwadi Police Station
39
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DHULE
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Dhule City Police Station
2.
Aazadnagar Police Station
3.
Dewpur Police Station
4.
Mohadinagar Police Station
5.
Dhule Taluka Police Station
6.
Sakri Police Station
7.
Pimpalner Police Station
8.
Nijampur Police Station
9.
Songir Police Station
10.
Shirpur Police Station
11.
Nardana Police Station
12.
Shindkhed Police Station
13.
Thalner Police Station
14.
Dhondaicha Police Station
15.
Dewpur West Police Station
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22
JALGAON
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Bhusaval City Police Station
2.
Bazarpeth Police Station
3.
Bhusaval Tal. Police Station
4.
Nashirabad Police Station
5.
Muktainagar Police Station
6.
Bodwad Police Station
7.
Sawada Police Station
8.
Varangaon Police Station
9.
Chalisgaon Police Station
10.
Bhadgaon Police Station
11.
Mehunbare Police Station
12.
Kasoda Police Station
13.
Adawad Police Station
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14.
Chopda City Police Station
15.
Chopda Rural Police Station
16.
Dharangaon Police Station
17.
Pachora Police Station
18.
Pimpalgaon Hare Police Station
19.
Jamner Police Station
20.
Pahur Police Station
21.
Zillapeth Police Station
22.
Jalgaon City Police Station
23.
Shanipeth Police Station
24.
Jalgaon Taluka Police Station
25.
M.I.D.C. Police Station
26.
Amelner Police Station
27.
Marwad Police Station
28.
Parola Police Station
29.
Erandol Police Station
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30.
Faijpur Police Station
31.
Yawal Police Station
32.
Nimbhora Police Station
33.
Raver Police Station
33
23
AHMADNAGAR
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Tofkhana Police Station
2.
Camp Police Station
3.
Kotwali Police Station
4.
Ahmadnagar Taluka Police Station
5.
MIDC Police Station
6.
Parner Police Station
7.
Karjat Police Station
8.
Shrigonda Police Station
9.
Jamkhed Police Station
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10.
Shewgaon Police Station
11.
Pathardi Police Station
12.
Newasa Police Station
13.
Sonai Police Station
14.
Shirdi Police Station
15.
Kopargaon Police Station
16.
Loni Police Station
17.
Rahata Police Station
18.
Sangamner Taluka Police Station
19.
Sangamner City Police Station
20.
Akole Police Station
21.
Rajur Police Station
22.
Shrirampur City Police Station
23.
Shrirampur Taluka Police Station
24.
Rahuri Police Station
25.
Belwandi Police Station
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26.
Supa Police Station
27.
Ghargaon Police Station
27
24
NANDURBAR
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Nandurbar City Police Station
2.
Nandurbar Taluka Police Station
3.
Nawapur Police Station
4.
Visarwadi Police Station
5.
Shahada Police Station
6.
Sarang Kheda Police Station
7.
Dhadgaon Police Station
8.
Mhasawad Police Station
9.
Taloda Police Station
10.
Akkalkuwa Police Station
11.
Molagi Police Station
11
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NAGPUR RURAL
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Kamti Police Station
2.
Kanhan Police Station
3.
Mauda Police Station
4.
Khapar Kheda Police Station
5.
Ramtek Police Station
6.
Parshiwani Police Station
7.
Aroli Police Station
8.
Dewalapar Police Station
9.
Bori Police Station
10.
Bela Police Station
11.
Hingna Police Station
12.
Umred Police Station
13.
Kuhi Police Station
14.
Beltur Police Station
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15.
Bhiwapur Police Station
16.
Katol Police Station
17.
Jalal Kheda Police Station
18.
Narkhed Police Station
19.
Kondhali Police Station
20.
Sawner Police Station
21.
Kalameshwar Police Station
22.
Khapa Police Station
23.
Kelwad Police Station
23
26
WARDHA
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Wardha Police Station
2.
Seloo Police Station
3.
Sindi Police Station
4.
Dahegaon (Gosavi) Police Station
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5.
Sevagram Police Station
6.
Arvi Police Station
7.
Talegaon Police Station
8.
Asthi Police Station
9.
Karanja Police Station
10.
Pulgaon Police Station
11.
Kharangana Police Station
12.
Allipur Police Station
13.
Devli Police Station
14.
Hinganghat Police Station
15.
Girad Police Station
16.
Samudrapur Police Station
17.
Wadner Police Station
17
27
BHANDARA
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
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1.
Bhandara Police Station
2.
Jawahar Nagar Police Station
3.
Mohadi Police Station
4.
Tumasar Police Station
5.
Sihora Police Station
6.
Andhalgaon Police Station
7.
Pawani Police Station
8.
Adayal Police Station
9.
Lakhandur Police Station
10.
Sakoli Police Station
11.
Lakhani Police Station
12.
Palandur Police Station
13.
Gobarwahi Police Station
13
28
GONDIA
Name of Police Station &
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& Coastal Police Station
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1.
Gondia City Police Station
2.
Gondia Rulra Police Station
3.
Ramnagar Police Station
4.
Rawanwadi Police Station
5.
Tiroda Police Station
6.
Dawaniwada Police Station
7.
Gangazhari Police Station
8.
Dewari Police Station
9.
Chinchawad Police Station
10.
Argunimor Police Station
11.
Navegaonbandh Police Station
12.
Keshori Police Station
13.
Duggipar Police Station
14.
Amagoan Police Station
15.
Salekasa Police Station
16.
Goregoan Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
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& Coastal Police Station
16
29
CHANDRAPUR
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Chandrapur City Police Station
2.
Ramnagar Police Station
3.
Durgapur Police Station
4.
Ballashah Police Station
5.
Ghuggus Police Station
6.
Varora Police Station
7.
Majari Police Station
8.
Bhadravati Police Station
9.
Chimur Police Station
10.
Bhisi Police Station
11.
Shegaon Police Station
12.
Bramhpuri Police Station
13.
Nagbhid Police Station
14.
Sindewahi Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
15.
Pathri Police Station
16.
Mul Police Station
17.
Savali Police Station
18.
Rajura Police Station
19.
Kothari Police Station
20.
Gondpipari Police Station
21.
Virur Police Station
22.
Umari Potadar Vani Camp Sub Police Station
23.
Lathi Sub Police Station
24.
Pombhurni Sub Police Station
25.
Dhaba Sub Police Station
26.
Gadchandur Police Station
27.
Givati Police Station
28.
Korpana Police Station
29.
Tekamandva Police Station
30.
Pinttiguda Sub Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
31.
Bhari Sub Police Station
32.
Patan Sub Police Station
32
30
GADCHIROLI
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Gadchiroli Police Station
2.
Charmoshi Police Station
3.
Dhanora Police Station
4.
Desaiganj Police Station
5.
Kurkheda Police Station
6.
Aarmori Police Station
7.
Purada Police Station
8.
Korachi Police Station
9.
Jarawandi Police Station
9
31
AHERI
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Aheri Police Station
2.
Mulchera Police Station
3.
Yetapalli Police Station
4.
Bhamaragad Police Station
5.
Sironcha Police Station
6.
Asaralli Police Station
6
32
AMRAVATI RURAL
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Nadgaon Khandeshawar Police Station
2.
Loni Police Station
3.
Kholapur Police Station
4.
Aasegaon Police Station
5.
Mahuli Jahagir Police Station
6.
Bhatkuli Police Station
7.
Morshi Police Station
8.
Warud Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
9.
Shedurjana Ghat Police Station
10.
Benoda Police Station
11.
Shirkhed Police Station
12.
Achalpur Police Station
13.
Shirajagaon Police Station
14.
Pathrot Police Station
15.
Chandur Bajar Police Station
16.
Daryapur Police Station
17.
Yewada Police Station
18.
Khallar Police Station
19.
Chandur Rly Police Station
20.
Dattapur Police Station
21.
Tiwasa Police Station
22.
Talegaon Police Station
23.
Mangul Dastagir Police Station
24.
Kurha Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
25.
Dharani Police Station
26.
Chikhaldara Police Station
27.
Paratawada Police Station
28.
Aanjangaon Police Station
29.
Rahimapur Police Station
30.
Samaraspura Police Station
30
33
YAVATMAL
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Babulgaon Police Station
2.
Kalamb Police Station
3.
Wadgaon Police Station
4.
Wadgaon Road Police Station
5.
Yavatmal City Police Station
6.
Yavatmal Rural Police Station
7.
Arni Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
8.
Darwha Police Station
9.
Digras Police Station
10.
Ladkhed Police Station
11.
Ner Police Station
12.
Bitargaon Police Station
13.
Darati Police Station
14.
Khandala Police Station
15.
Mahagaon Police Station
16.
Pusad (City) Police Station
17.
Pusad ® Police Station
18.
Pophali Police Station
19.
Umarkhed Police Station
20.
Ghatanji Police Station
21.
Parwa Police Station
22.
Pandharkawda Police Station
23.
Ralegaon Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
24.
Wadaki Police Station
25.
Maregaon Police Station
26.
Mukutban Police Station
27.
Patan Police Station
28.
Shirpur Police Station
29.
Wani Police Station
29
34
BULDHANA
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Buldhana City Police Station
2.
Buldhana Rural Police Station
3.
Dhad Police Station
4.
Raypur Police Station
5.
Chikali Police Station
6.
Amadapur Police Station
7.
Borakhedi Police Station
8.
Dhamangaon Badhe Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
9.
Deulgaon Raja Police Station
10.
Andhera Police Station
11.
Kingaon Raja Police Station
12.
Sindhkhed Raja Police Station
13.
Mehkar Police Station
14.
Dongaon Police Station
15.
Lonar Police Station
16.
Sakarkheda Police Station
17.
Janefal Police Station
18.
Khamgaon City Police Station
19.
Shivaji Nagar Police Station
20.
Khamgaon Rural Police Station
21.
Shegaon Police Station
22.
Hiwar Khed Police Station
23.
Pimpalgaon Raja Police Station
24.
Jalamb Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
25.
Malakapur City Police Station
26.
Malakapur Rural Police Station
27.
Nandura Police Station
28.
Tamgaon Police Station
29.
Jalgaon Jamod Police Station
29
35
AKOLA
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
City Kotawali Police Station
2.
Ramdas Peth Police Station
3.
Civil Line Police Station
4.
Khadan Police Station
5.
June City Police Station
6.
Akot File Police Station
7.
Balapur Police Station
8.
Patur Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
9.
Channi Police Station
10.
Ural Police Station
11.
Akot Police Station
12.
Evarkhed Police Station
13.
Tillara Police Station
14.
Dahihanda Police Station
15.
Murtijapur Police Station
16.
Borgaon Police Station
17.
Mana Police Station
18.
Barshitakali Police Station
19.
Pinjar Police Station
19
36
WASHIM
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Washim Police Station
2.
Malegaon Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
3.
Shirpur Police Station
4.
Risod Police Station
5.
Karanja Police Station
6.
Manora Police Station
7.
Dhanaj Police Station
8.
Mangrulpir Police Station
9.
Jaulaka Police Station
10.
Anasing Police Station
11.
Aasegaon Police Station
11
37
AURANGABAD RURAL
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Chikalthana Police Station
2.
Karmad Police Station
3.
Vadodbazar Police Station
4.
Fhulambri Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
5.
Paithan Police Station
6.
MIDC Paithan Police Station
7.
Pachod Police Station
8.
Bidkin Police Station
9.
Gangapur Police Station
10.
Shillegaon Police Station
11.
Dewgaon Police Station
12.
Kannad Police Station
13.
Pishor Police Station
14.
Khulatabad Police Station
15.
Sillod City Police Station
16.
Sillod Rural Police Station
17.
Ajintha Police Station
18.
Soygaon Police Station
19.
Vaijapur Police Station
20.
Virgaon Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
21.
Shivur Police Station
21
38
JALNA (MSEB Added)
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Kadim Jalna Police Station
2.
Badanapur Police Station
3.
Taluka Jalna Police Station
4.
Sadar Bazar Police Station
5.
Ambad Police Station
6.
Godi Police Station
7.
Ghansawangi Police Station
8.
Hasanabad Police Station
9.
Bhokardan Police Station
10.
Paradh Police Station
11.
Jafharabad Police Station
12.
Tembhurni Police Station
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UNIT
Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
13.
Partur Police Station
14.
Matha Police Station
15.
Aasti Police Station
16.
Maujpuri Police Station
17.
M.S.E.B. Police Station
18.
Shevali Police Station
18
39
BEED
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Beed City Police Station
2.
Peth Beed Police Station
3.
Beed Rural Police Station
4.
Pimpelner Police Station
5.
Shivajinagar Police Station
6.
Gevrai Police Station
7.
Chaklamba Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
8.
Talwade Police Station
9.
Ambajogai City Police Station
10.
Ambajogai Rural (New P Stn)
11.
Bardapur Police Station
12.
Parli City Police Station
13.
Parli Rural Police Station
14.
Majalgaon City Police Station
15.
Dindrud Police Station
16.
Sirsala Police Station
17.
Vadwani (New P Stn) Police Station
18.
Kej Police Station
19.
Dharur Police Station
20.
Yusuf Vadgaon Police Station
21.
Neknur Police Station
22.
Aashti Police Station
23.
Ambhora Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
24.
Patoda Police Station
25.
Amalner Police Station
26.
Majalgaon ® Police Station
27.
Shirur Police Station
27
40
OSMANABAD
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Osamanabad City Police Station
2.
Osamanabad ® Police Station
3.
Bembali Police Station
4.
Kalamb Police Station
5.
Shiradhon Police Station
6.
Yeramala Police Station
7.
Dhoki Police Station
8.
Bhum Police Station
9.
Washi Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
10.
Paranda Police Station
11.
Ambhi Police Station
12.
Tulajapur Police Station
13.
Tamalwadi Police Station
14.
Naldurg Police Station
15.
Umaraga Police Station
16.
Lohara Police Station
17.
Murum Police Station
17
41
NANDED
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Wajirabad Police Station
2.
Shivajinagar Police Station
3.
Bhagyanagar Police Station
4.
Vimantal Police Station
5.
Etawara Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
6.
Nanded Rural Police Station
7.
Sonkhed Police Station
8.
Limbgaon Police Station
9.
Ardhapur Police Station
10.
Mudkhed Police Station
11.
Barad Police Station
12.
Kandhar Police Station
13.
Loha Police Station
14.
Malakoli Police Station
15.
Osamannagar Police Station
16.
Bhokar Police Station
17.
Tamasa Police Station
18.
Hadgaon Police Station
19.
Manatha Police Station
20.
Himayatanagar Police Station
21.
Kinawat Police Station
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Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
22.
Esalapur Police Station
23.
Degalur Police Station
24.
Markhel Police Station
25.
Mukramabad Police Station
26.
Mukhed Police Station
27.
Biloli Police Station
28.
Naygaon Police Station
29.
Ramtirth Police Station
30.
Kutur Police Station
31.
Dharmabad Police Station
32.
Umari Police Station
33.
Kondalwadi Police Station
34.
Mahur Police Station
35.
Sinkhed Police Station
36.
Mandavi Police Station
36
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Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
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LATUR (MSEB Added)
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Gandhi Chowk Police Station
2.
Shivaji Nagar Police Station
3.
M.I.D.C.Latur Police Station
4.
Ousa Police Station
5.
Bhada Police Station
6.
Killari Police Station
7.
Nilanga Police Station
8.
Kasarshirsi Police Station
9.
Ourad Police Station
10.
Devani Police Station
11.
Ahamadapur Police Station
12.
Kingaon Police Station
13.
Wadawana Police Station
14.
Jalkhot Police Station
15.
Udagir City Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
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16.
Udagir ® Police Station
17.
Chakur Police Station
18.
Renapur Police Station
19.
Sirur Anantpal Police Station
20.
Latur ® Police Station
21.
Murud Police Station
22.
Gategaon Police Station
23.
M.S.E.B.Police Station
23
43
PARBHANI
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Nanalpeth Police Station
2.
Mondha Police Station
3.
Kotwali Police Station
4.
Parbhani Rural Police Station
5.
Tadalkas Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
6.
Daithana Police Station
7.
Sailu Police Station
8.
Manvat Police Station
9.
Pathri Police Station
10.
Gangakhed Police Station
11.
Sonpeth Police Station
12.
Pimpaldari Police Station
13.
Jintur Police Station
14.
Bori Police Station
15.
Bamni Police Station
16.
Purna Police Station
17.
Palam Police Station
17
44
HINGOLI
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Hingoli City Police Station
2.
Kalamnuri Police Station
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3.
Basamba Police Station
4.
Hingoli Rural Police Station
5.
Odha (Nagnath) Police Station
6.
Narsi (Namdeo) Police Station
7.
Sengaon Police Station
8.
Goregaon Police Station
9.
Wasamat Police Station
10.
Hatta Police Station
11.
Kurunda Police Station
12.
Balapur Police Station
12
45
RAILWAY PUNE
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Railway Pune Police Station
2.
Railway Daund Police Station
3.
Railway Ahamadanagar Police Station
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UNIT
Maharashtra Police
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
4.
Railway Miraj Police Station
5.
Railway Kurduwadi Police Station
6.
Railway Solapur Police Station
7.
6
RAILWAY NAGPUR
Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
& Coastal Police Station
1.
Gondia Police Station
2.
Etawara Police Station
3.
Nagpur Police Station
4.
Wardha Police Station
5.
Badnera Police Station
6.
Akola Police Station
7.
Jalamb Police Station
8.
Bhusawal Police Station
9.
Nandurbar Police Station
10.
Chalisgaon Police Station
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Name of Police Station &
MSEB Police Station
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11.
Manmad Police Station
12.
Nasik Road Police Station
13.
Egatpuri Police Station
14.
Aurangabad Police Station
15.
Parali Vaijanath Police Station
16.
Nanded Police Station
16
Grand Total
1033
CIPA Police Stations
Sr. No
Units
Police Stations
1
Thane Commissionerate
Thane Town
2
Naupada
3
Kalwa
4
Mumbra
5
Shanti Nagar
6
Narpoli
7
Bhoiwada
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Nizampura
9
Bhiwandi Town
10
Manmad
11
Vishnu Nagar
12
Dombivali
13
Mahatma Fule
14
Bazarpeth
15
Kolsewadi
16
UlhasNagar
17
Central
18
Vitthalwadi
19
Hill Line
20
Ambarnath
21
Badlapur
22
Vartak Nagar
23
Wagle Estate
24
Kapur Baudi
25
Kopari
26
Amravati
Commissionerate
Maharashtra Police
Rajapeth
27
Kotwali
28
Kholapuri Gate
29
Frezarpura
30
Nandgaon Peth
31
Badnera
32
Gadgenagar
33
Nagpuri Gate
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35
Walgon
Solapur Commissionerate
Faujdar Chawadi
36
Jail Road
37
Sadar Bazar
38
Vijapur Naka
39
Salgar Wasti
40
Aurangabad
Commissionerate
City Chowk
41
Kranti Chowk
42
Cantonment
43
Jinsi
44
CIDCO
45
Jawahar-Nagar
46
Aurangabad
Commissionerate
Waluj
47
MIDC Waluj
48
MIDC CIDO
49
Aurangabad
Commissionerate
Mukund-wadi
50
Osmanpura
51
Begampura
52
Maharashtra Police
Navi Mumbai
Commissionerate
Vashi
53
APMC
54
Rabale
55
Turbhe
56
Nerul
57
CBD
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Kalamboli
59
Panvel Town
60
Taloja
61
Nhavaseva
62
Uran
63
Nashik Commissionerate
Ambad
64
Bhadrakali
65
Gangapur
66
Panchwati
67
Sarkarwada
68
Satpur
69
Nasik Road
70
Deolali Camp
71
Nagpur Commissionerate
Maharashtra Police
Ajni
72
Ambazari
73
Ganesh Peth
74
Kotwali
75
Lakadganj
76
Pachpawali
77
Sadar
78
Sakkardara
79
Sitaburdi
80
Sonegaon
81
Tahasil
82
Wadi
83
MIDC
84
Koradi
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Dhantoli
86
Jaripatka
87
RanaPratap Nagar
88
Imamwada
89
Kalmana
90
Gittikhadan
91
Mumbai Railway
Commissionerate
CST Rly
92
Dadar Rly
93
Kurla Rly
94
Thane Rly
95
Dombivli Rly
96
Kalyan Rly
97
Karjat Rly
98
Wadala Rly
99
Vashi Rly
100
Panvel Rly
101
Charch Gate Rly
102
Mumbai Central Rly
103
Bandra Rly
104
Andheri Rly
105
Borivali
106
Vasai Road Rly
107
Palghar Rly
108
Maharashtra Police
Pune Commissionerate
Bundgarden
109
Lashkar
110
Chatursinghi
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Deccan
112
Faraskhana
113
Khadak
114
Khadaki
115
Pimpari
116
Swargate
117
Vishrambag
118
Wanowadi
119
Bhosari
120
Samarth
121
Vishrantwadi
122
Yerawada
123
Nigadi
124
Kothrud
125
Sahakarnagar
126
Hinjawadi
127
Hadapsar
128
Nagpur City
Nandanwan
129
Thane City
Kasarwadawali
130
Rabodi
131
Shrinagar
132
Daighar
133
Navi Mumbai
134
135
Maharashtra Police
Mora Sagari
N.R.I. Sagari
Pune City
Dattawadi
136
Warje Malwadi
137
Shivajinagar
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Sangvi
139
Chinchwad
140
Kondhawa
141
Vimantal
142
Bharti Vidhyapith
143
Raigad
Mandava Sagari
144
Dighi Sagari
145
Vadkhal
146
Jalgaon
Muktainagar
147
Sindhudurg
Kankawali
148
Pune rural
Alandi
149
Lonikand
150
Rajgad
151
Dehu Road
152
Shikrapur
153
Ratnagiri
Alore
154
Bankot
155
Chiplun
156
Dapoli
157
Deorukh
158
Guhaghar
159
Jaigad
160
Khed
161
Lanja
162
Mandangad
163
Ratnagiri
164
Maharashtra Police
Rajapur
Ratnagiri City
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165
Ratnagiri Rural
166
Sangame-Shwar
167
Sawarda
168
Nate
169
Raigad
Alibag
170
Poynad
171
Pali
172
Pen
173
Revdanda
174
Rasayani
175
Nagothane
176
Roha
177
Khalapur
178
Khopoli
179
Karjat
180
Matheran
181
Nerul
182
Mahad
183
Mahad City
184
Mangaon
185
Mhasla
186
Murud
187
Poladpur
188
Shriwardhan
189
Goregaon
190
Midc
191
Nandurbar
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Nandurbar City
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192
Nandurbar Taluka
193
Navapur
194
Visarwadi
195
Shahada
196
Dhadgaon
197
Mhasavad
198
Sarangkheda
199
Akkalkuawa
200
Taloda
201
Molgi
202
Ahmednagar
Maharashtra Police
Ahmednagar City
203
Nagar Taluka
204
Camp
205
Tophkhana
206
Midc
207
Parner
208
Shrigonda
209
Rahuri
210
Jamkhed
211
Pathardi
212
Karjat
213
Shevgaon
214
Shirdi
215
Loni
216
Sonai
217
Shrirampur Taluka
218
Newasa
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Sangamner Taluka
220
Sangamner City
221
Shrirampur City
222
Akole
223
Rajur
224
Kopargaon
225
Rahata
226
Jalgaon
Maharashtra Police
Jilhapeth
227
Jalgaon City
228
Pachora
229
Pahur
230
Jamner
231
Pimpalgaon
232
Chalisgaon
233
Bhadgaon
234
Mehunbare
235
Kasoda
236
Bodwad
237
Shanipeth
238
Jalgaon Taluka
239
Erandol
240
Parola
241
Marwad Nandra Road
242
Chopda City
243
Chopda Taluka
244
Dharangaon
245
Adawad
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Yawal
247
Amalner
248
MIDC Ajintha Road
249
Bhusawal City
250
Bazarpeth
251
Bhusawal Taluka
252
Nashirabad
253
Varangaon
254
Savda
255
Faijpur Nhavi Darvaja
256
Raver
257
Nimbhora
258
Pune rural
Maharashtra Police
Baramati City
259
Baramati ®
260
Vadgaon Nimbalkar
261
Walchandnagar
262
Indapur
263
Daund
264
Yawat
265
Shirur
266
Bhor
267
Saswad
268
Jejuri
269
Haveli
270
Lonikalbhor
271
Velha
272
Paud
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Talegaon Dabhade
274
Lonavala City
275
Lonavala Rural
276
Vadgaon Maval
277
Khed
278
Chakan
279
Manchar
280
Ghodegaon
281
Junner
282
Narayangaon
283
Otur
284
Kolhapur
Maharashtra Police
Ajara
285
Bhudargad
286
Chandgad
287
Gadhinglaj
288
Gaganbavada
289
Hatkanangale
290
Ichalkaranji
291
Jaisingpur
292
Juna Rajwada
293
Kagal
294
Karwir Taluka
295
Kurndwad
296
Laksmipuri
297
Murgud
298
Panhala
299
Radhanagari
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300
Rajarampuri
301
Shahupuri
302
Shahuwadi
303
Shirol
304
Shivajinagar Ichalkarnji
305
Wadgaon
306
Nesari
307
Kodoli
308
Midc Shiroli
309
Hupari
310
Gandhinagar
311
Dhule
Dhule City
312
Azadnagar
313
Deopur
314
Mohadi
315
Dhule
316
Sakri
317
Pimpalner
318
Nizampur
319
Songir
320
Shirpur
321
Thalner
322
Shindhakheda
323
Dondaicha
324
Nardana
325
Nasik rural
326
Maharashtra Police
Igatpuri
Ghoti
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327
Vadivarhe
328
Ozar
329
Pimpalgaon
330
Niphad
331
Lasalgaon
332
Sinnar
333
Vavi
334
Manmad
335
Nandgaon
336
Yeola City
337
Yeola Taluka
338
Chandwad
339
Vadner Bhairao
340
Peth
341
Harsul
342
Trimbakeshwar
343
Nasik Taluka
344
Kalwan
345
Abhona
346
Surgana
347
Vani
348
Dindori
349
Satana
350
Malegaon Taluka
351
Jaikheda
352
Vadner Khakurdi
353
Malegaon City
Maharashtra Police
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354
Ayeshnagar
355
Malegaon Killa
356
Malegaon Chavani
357
Azadnagar
358
Navi mumbai
Maharashtra Police
Navin Panvel
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13 ANNEXURE VIII: MAHARASHTRA POLICE PERSONNEL STRENGTH INDICATIVE
LIST
SR.
DG/Addl.DG/
S.P./D.C.P./
I.G.P./
COMMNDT./
D.I.G.P.
A.S.P.
UNIT
DY.SP/ P.I./A.P.I/ A.S.I./H.C./
NO.
A.C.P.
P.S.I.
GRAND
TOTAL
P.N./P.C.
1
Akola
0
2
5
70
1940
2017
2
Amravati (R)
0
2
6
115
2225
2348
3
Buldhana
0
3
4
89
2274
2370
4
Yavatmal
0
2
6
97
2227
2332
5
Washim
0
2
3
58
2022
2085
Amravati Range Office
1
0
1
0
0
2
Amravati Range
1
11
25
429
10688
11154
6
A'bad (R)
0
2
6
87
1489
1584
7
Jalna
0
1
4
77
1388
1470
8
Beed
0
2
6
95
1943
2046
9
Osmanabad
0
2
5
71
1442
1520
Aurangabad Range
Office
1
0
1
0
0
2
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Aurangabad Range
1
7
22
330
6262
6622
10
Nanded
0
2
10
148
2873
3033
11
Latur
0
2
6
79
1718
1805
12
Parbhani
0
2
5
65
1457
1529
13
Hingoli
0
2
4
46
969
1021
Nanded Range Office
1
0
1
7
17
26
Nanded Range
1
8
26
345
7034
7414
14
Kolhapur
0
3
5
101
2192
2301
15
Pune (R)
0
3
6
107
2456
2572
16
Sangli
0
2
5
71
1922
2000
17
Satara
0
2
6
82
2472
2562
18
Solapur (R)
0
2
7
75
1897
1981
Kolhapur Range Office
1
0
0
0
0
1
Kolhapur Range
1
12
29
436
10939
11417
19
Bhandara
0
2
5
71
1120
1198
20
Chandrapur
0
2
6
134
2472
2614
21
Gadchiroli
0
2
9
145
3158
3314
22
Nagpur (R)
0
2
6
95
1808
1911
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Wardha
0
2
5
67
1423
1497
24
Gondia
0
2
5
82
1856
1945
Nagpur Range Office
1
0
0
1
0
2
Nagpur Range
1
12
36
595
11837
12481
25
Ahmednagar
0
3
8
104
2473
2588
26
Dhule
0
2
3
74
1549
1628
27
Jalgaon
0
3
8
127
3153
3291
28
Nasik (R)
0
3
8
122
2924
3057
29
Nandurbar
0
2
3
50
1312
1367
Nasik Range Office
1
0
1
0
0
2
Nasik Range
1
13
31
477
11411
11933
30
Raigad
0
2
9
115
1641
1767
31
Ratnagiri
0
2
5
78
1415
1500
32
Sindhudurg
0
2
2
46
1060
1110
33
Thane (R)
0
3
10
197
3828
4038
Thane Range Office
1
0
5
0
0
6
Thane Range
1
9
31
436
7944
8421
Mumbai
3
2
7
93
3619
3724
34
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Rlys.(Commissionerate)
35
Pune Rlys.
0
2
2
27
834
865
36
Nagpur Rlys.
0
2
2
48
1056
1108
Railways Range Office
1
0
0
1
0
2
Railways Range
4
6
11
169
5509
5699
37
Nagpur (C)
5
7
9
331
5857
6209
38
Pune (C)
5
9
17
427
7448
7906
39
Thane (C)
6
9
22
408
7369
7814
40
Mumbai (C)
18
31
101
2808
35271
38229
41
Nasik (C)
1
3
7
100
2085
2196
42
A'bad (C)
1
2
6
115
2719
2843
43
Solapur (C)
1
3
7
68
1776
1855
44
Navi Mumbai (C)
1
3
8
161
2965
3138
45
Amravati (C)
1
1
6
66
1468
1542
Total of Commrs.
39
68
183
4484
66958
71732
Total of
Dists./Commrs. (A)
50
146
394
7701
138582
146873
SR.
UNIT
DG/Addl.DG/
S.P./D.C.P./
DY.SP/
P.I./A.P.I/
A.S.I./H.C.
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NO.
I.G.P./D.I.G.P. COMMNDT./A.S.P.
Maharashtra Police
A.C.P.
P.S.I.
P.N./P.C.
TOTAL
1
D.G.P. Office Mumbai
9
4
3
13
0
29
2
A.C.B. Mumbai
5
6
11
113
0
135
3
C.I.D. (Int.) Mumbai
2
7
15
199
0
223
4
C.I.D. (Crime), Pune
4
10
12
88
0
114
5
Addl. D.I.G.P., ANO,
Nagpur
1
1
1
4
0
7
6
Addl. D.G.P. Traffic
Office, Mumbai
1
3
0
89
0
93
7
Addl. D.G.P. P.C.R.
Mumbai
2
6
8
48
0
64
8
Addl. D.G.P., Wireless,
Pune
2
3
3
311
2665
2984
9
ADDL. D.G.P. S.R.P.F.
Mumbai
2
0
0
0
0
2
10
SPL.I.G.P. S.R.P.F. Pune
1
0
4
13
0
18
11
SPL. I.G.P. S.R.P.F.
Nagpur
1
0
0
0
0
1
12
S.R.P.F. Gr.I to XIV
0
14
14
370
13412
13810
13
Addl. D.G.P. Training
Mumbai
2
0
0
0
0
2
14
Director, MPA, Nasik
2
6
8
10
0
26
15
Training centres (TotalVIII)
0
8
8
102
0
118
16
Spl. Prot. Trg School
Wadachi Wadi
1
0
8
0
0
9
17
Principal U.O. Trg
Centre Nagpur
0
1
1
3
0
5
18
Spl. Protection Unit,
Mumbai
0
0
2
326
0
328
19
DTS Nasik
0
1
1
4
0
6
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Caste verification Units
(S.W.)
0
0
5
23
0
28
21
Caste verification Units
(Tribal)
0
0
6
23
0
29
22
Spl. I.G.P., P.A.W.
Mumbai
1
0
1
0
0
2
23
SPL.I.G.P. M.T. Pune
1
2
3
44
715
765
24
SPL.I.G.P. Prison, Pune
4
0
1
7
0
12
Total other than
Dists/Commrs(B)
41
72
115
1790
16792
18810
Total of M.S. (A + B)
91
218
509
9491
155374
165683
Note: The list is updated as of Police strength data on 31/12/2009.There might be an in crease in
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14 ANNEXURE IX: EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE DETAILS
Details of Existing Client Systems available at Police Stations
S.N
o
Location
Mode
l
Operatin
g System
Processo
r
HD
D
(GB
)
RA
M
(MB
)
No of
Component
s
Vartak Nagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
2
Wagale Estate
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
3
Thane Town
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
4
Naupada
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
5
Kopari
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
6
Kapurbaudi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
7
Kalwa
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
8
Mumbra
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
9
Manpada
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
10
VishnuNagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
11
Dombivli
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
12
MFC
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
13
BazarPeth
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
14
Kolsewadi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
1
District
Thane
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Shanti Nagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
16
Narpoli
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
17
Bhoiwada
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
18
Nijampura
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
19
Bhiwandi
Town
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
20
Ulhasnagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
21
Central
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
22
Vithalwadi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
23
Hill Line
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
24
Ambarnath
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
25
Badlapur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Rajapeth
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Kotwali
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
28
Kholapuri
Gate
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
29
Badnera
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
30
Nandgaon
Peth
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
26
27
Amravati
Commissio
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Frezarpura
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
32
Gadgenagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
33
Walgon
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
34
Nagpuri Gate
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Faujdar
Chawadi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
36
Jail Road
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
37
Sadar Bazar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
38
Vijapur Naka
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
39
Salgar Wasti
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
City Chowk
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Waluj
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
42
MIDC Waluj
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
43
MIDC CIDO
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
44
Mukund-wadi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
45
Osmanpura
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
46
Begampura
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Vashi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
35
40
41
47
Solapur
Commissio
n-erate
Aurangaba
d
Commissio
n-erate
Navi
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Mumbai
Commissio
n-erate
Maharashtra Police
APMC
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
49
Rabale
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
50
Turbhe
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
51
Nerul
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
52
CBD
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
53
Kalamboli
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
54
Panvel Town
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
55
Taloja
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
56
Nhavaseva
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
57
Uran
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Ambad
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Bhadrakali
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
60
Gangapur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
61
Panchwati
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
62
Sarkarwada
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
63
Satpur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
64
Nasik Road
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
58
59
Nashik
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Maharashtra Police
Deolali Camp
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Ajni
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Ambazari
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
68
Ganesh Peth
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
69
Kotwali
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
70
Lakadganj
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
71
Pachpawali
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
72
Sadar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
73
Sakkardara
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
74
Sitaburdi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
75
Sonegaon
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
76
Tahasil
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
77
Wadi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
78
MIDC
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
79
Koradi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
80
Dhantoli
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
81
Jaripatka
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
82
RanaPratap
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
66
67
Nagpur
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83
Imamwada
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
84
Kalmana
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
85
Gittikhadan
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
CST Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Dadar Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
88
Kurla Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
89
Thane Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
90
Dombivli Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
91
Kalyan Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
92
Karjat Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
93
Wadala Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
94
Vashi Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
95
Panvel Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
96
Charch Gate
Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
97
Mumbai
Central Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
98
Bandra Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
86
87
Mumbai
Rly.
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Andheri Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
100
Borivali
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
101
Vasai Road Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
102
Palghar Rly
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Bundgarden
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Lashkar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
105
Chatursinghi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
106
Deccan
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
107
Faraskhana
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
108
Khadak
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
109
Khadaki
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
110
Pimpari
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
111
Swargate
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
112
Vishrambag
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
113
Wanowadi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
114
Bhosari
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
115
Samarth
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
116
Vishrantwadi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
103
104
Pune
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117
Yerawada
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
118
Nigadi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
119
Kothrud
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
120
Sahakarnagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
121
Hinjawadi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
122
Hadapsar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Alibag ps tal.
Alibag
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
124
Poynad ps tal.
Alibag
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
125
Revdanda ps
tal. Alibag
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
126
Murud ps tal.
Murud
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
127
Roha ps tal.
Roha
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
128
Pali ps tal.
Pali
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
129
Nagothane ps
tal. Roha
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
130
Pen ps tal.
Pen
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
123
Raigad
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Mahad city ps
tal. Mahad
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
132
Mahad taluka
ps tal. Mahad
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
133
Poladpur ps
tal. Poladpur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
134
Midc ps tal.
Mahad
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
135
Goregaon ps
tal. Mangaon
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
136
Mangaon ps
tal. Mangaon
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
137
Mhasla ps
tal. Mhasla
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
138
Shriwardhan
ps tal.
Shriwardhan
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
139
Khopoli ps
tal. Khalapur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
140
Khalapur ps
tal. Khalapur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
141
Rasayani ps
tal. Khalapur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
142
Karjat ps tal.
Karjat
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
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Matheran ps
tal. Karjat
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
144
Nerul ps tal.
Nerul
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Nandurbar
city ps tahasil
office campus
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
146
Nandurbar
taluka ps
tahasil office
campus
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
147
Navapur ps
tahasil offices
campus tal.
Navapur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
148
Visarwadi ps
tal. Navapur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
149
Shahada ps
tahasil office
campus tal.
Shahada
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
150
Sarangkheda
ps tal.
Shahada
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
151
Mhasavad ps
tal. Shahada
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
152
Dhadgaon ps
tal. Dhadgaon
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
145
Nandurbar
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Akkalkkuawa
ps tahasil
office campus
tal.
Akkalkkuawa
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
154
Taloda ps
tahasil office
campus tal.
Taloda
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
155
Molgi ps tal.
Akkalkkuawa
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Nagar city
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
157
Nagar taluka
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
158
Camp bhingar
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
159
Tophkhana
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
160
M.i.d.c.
Ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
161
Parner dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
162
Srigonda dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
163
Rahuri dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
156
Ahmed
nagar
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Jamkhed dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
165
Pathardi dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
166
Karjat dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
167
Shevgaon dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
168
Shirdi dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
169
Loni dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
170
Sonai dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
171
Srirampur
taluka dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
172
Nevasa dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
173
Sangamner
taluka dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
174
Sangamner
city dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
175
Srirampur city
dist
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
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176
Akole dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
177
Rajur dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
178
Kopargaon
dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
179
Rahata dist
ahmednagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Jalgaon city ps
near shastri
tower chowk
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
181
Jilhapeth ps
opp. Bhaskar
market
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
182
Shanipeth ps
near
gurunanak
nagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
183
Midc ps
ajintha road
behind
president
cottage
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
184
Jalgaon taluka
ps tahashil
office
premises
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
180
Jalgaon
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Bhusawal city
ps near
tahashil office
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
186
Bazarpeth ps
near railway
bridge
bhusawal
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
187
Bhusawal
taluka ps near
weekly
market
bhusawal
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
188
Nashirabad ps
near national
highway 6
nashirabad
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
189
Bodwad ps
jamthi road
bodwad
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
190
Varangaon ps
near national
highway 6
varangaon
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
191
Savda ps
station road
savda tal.
Raver
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
192
Faijpur ps
nhavi darvaja
faijpur tal.
Yawal
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
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Raver ps
tahashil office
premises
raver
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
194
Nimbhora ps
near railway
sation
nimbhora
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
195
Yawal ps near
bus stand
yawal
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
196
Amalner ps
mandal road
amalner
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
197
Erandol ps
tahashil office
erandol
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
198
Parola ps
tahashil office
premises tal.
Parola
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
199
Marwad ps
nandra road
tal. Amalner
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
200
Chopda city
ps tahashil
office
premises tal.
Chopda
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
201
Chopda taluka
ps shirpur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
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road tal.
Chopda
202
Dharangaon
ps opp. Bus
stand tal.
Dharangaon
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
203
Adawad ps
chopda road
tal. Chopda
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
204
Pachora ps
tahashil office
premises tal.
Pachora
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
205
Pahur ps
pachora
pahur road
tal. Pachora
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
206
Jamner ps
tahashil office
premises tal.
Jamner
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
207
Pimpalgaon
ps weekly
bazar tal.
Pachora
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
208
Chalisgaon ps
tahashil office
premises tal.
Chalisgaon
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
209
Bhadgaon ps
tahashil office
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
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premises tal.
Bhadgaon
210
Mehunbare
ps dhule road
tal.
Chalisgaon
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
211
Kasoda ps
talai road tal.
Erandol
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Baramati city
at baramati
city tal
baramati dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
213
Baramati rural
at baramati
rural tal
baramati dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
214
Vadgaon
nimbalkar at
vadgaon
nimbalkar tal
baramati dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
215
Walchandnag
ar at
walchandnaga
r tal baramati
dist pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
216
Indapur
at indapur tal
baramati dist
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
212
Pune rural
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Daund
at daund tal
daund dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
218
Yawat
at yawat tal
daund dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
219
Shirur
at shirur tal
shirur dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
220
Bhor
at bhor tal
bhor dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
221
Jejuri
at jejuri tal
purandhar
dist pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
222
Saswad
at saswad tal
purandhar
dist pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
223
Haveli
at haveli tal
haveli dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
224
Lonikalbhor
at lonikalbhor
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
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tal haveli dist
pune
225
Velha
at velha tal
haveli dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
226
Lonavala city
at lonavala tal
maval dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
227
Lonavala rural
at lonaval tal
maval dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
228
Vadgaon
maval
at. Vadgaon
maval tal
maval dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
229
Paud
at paud tal
mulshi dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
230
Talegaon
dabhade
at. Talegaon
dabhade tal
maval dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
231
Khed
at khed tal
khed dist
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
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Chakan
at chakan tal
khed dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
233
Manchar
at manchar tal
ambegaon
dist pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
234
Ghodegaon
at ghodegaon
tal ambegaon
dist pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
235
Junner
at junner tal
junner dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
236
Narayangaon
at
narayangaon
tal junner dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
237
Otur
at otur tal
junner dist
pune
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Ajra
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
239
Bhudargad
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
240
Chandgad
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
238
Kolhapur
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Gadhinglaj
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
242
G bawada
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
243
Hatkanangale
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
244
Ichalkaranji
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
245
Jaisingpur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
246
Junarajwada
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
247
Kagal
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
248
Karvir
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
249
Kurundwad
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
250
Laxmipuri
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
251
Murgud
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
252
Panhala
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
253
Radhanagari
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
254
Rajarampuri
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
255
Shahupuri
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
256
Shahuwadi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
257
Shirol
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
258
Shivajinagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
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Wadgaon
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
260
Nesari
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
261
Kodoli
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
262
Shiroli midc
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
263
Hupari
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
264
Gandinagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Dhule city ps
near
ambedkar
statue
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
266
Azadnagar ps
in market
dhule
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
267
Deopur ps
old dsp office
deopur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
268
Mohadi ps tal.
Mohadi
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
269
Dhule taluka
ps dhule
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
270
Sakri ps tal.
Sakri
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
271
Pimpalner ps
tal. Sakri
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
265
Dhule
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Nizampur ps
tal. Nizampur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
273
Songir ps tal.
Dhule
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
274
Shirpur ps tal.
Shirpur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
275
Thalner ps tal.
Shirpur
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
276
Shindhakheda
ps tal.
Shindhakheda
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
277
Dondaicha ps
tal.
Shindhakheda
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
278
Nardana ps
tal.
Shindhakheda
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Igatpuri ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
280
Ghoti ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
281
Vadivarhe ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
282
Ozar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
283
Pimpalgaon
ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
284
Niphad ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
279
Nasik rural
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Lasalgaon ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
286
Sinnar ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
287
Vavi ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
288
Manmad ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
289
Nandgaon ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
290
Yeola city ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
291
Yeola talukd
ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
292
Chandwad ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
293
Vadner
bhairao ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
294
Peth ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
295
Harsul ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
296
Trimbakeshw
ar ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
297
Nasik taluka
ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
298
Kalwan ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
299
Abhona ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
300
Surgana ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
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Vani ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
302
Dindori ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
303
Satana ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
304
Malegaon
taluka ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
305
Jaikheda ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
306
Vadner
khakurdi ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
307
Malegaon city
ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
308
Ayeshnagar ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
309
Malegaon
killa ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
310
Malegaon
chavani ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
311
Azadnagar ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
312
Navi
mumbai
Navin panvel
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
313
Nagpur city
Nandanvan
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
314
Thane city
Kasarwadawal
i ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Rabodi ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
315
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316
Shrinagar ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
317
Daighar ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Mora sagari
ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
N.r.i. Sagari ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Dattawadi ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
321
Warje
malwadi ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
322
Shivajinagar
ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
323
Sangvi ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
324
Chinchwad ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
325
Kondhawa ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
326
Vimantal ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
327
Bharti
vidhyapith ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Mandava
sagari ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
329
Dighi sagari ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
330
Vadkhal ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Muktainagar
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
318
Navi
mumbai
319
320
328
331
Pune city
Raigad
Jalgaon
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ps
332
Sindhudurg
Kankawali ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
333
Pune rural
Alandi ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
334
Lonikand ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
335
Rajgad ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
336
Dehu road ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
337
Shikrapur ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
Alore ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
339
Bankot ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
340
Chiplun ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
341
Dapoli ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
342
Deorukh ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
343
Guhaghar ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
344
Jaigad ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
345
Khed ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
346
Lanja ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
347
Mandangad
ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
338
Ratnagiri
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Rajapur ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
349
Ratnagiri city
ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
350
Ratnagiri rural
ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
351
Sangameshwa
r ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
352
Sawarda ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
353
Nate ps
HCL
Linux
2.8 Ghz
80
512
5
HCL
Windows
NT
Intel, 2.8
Ghz
40
256
5
354
Remaining
police
stations
Details of the existing networking infrastructure:
NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE INFORMATION
#
1
Networ
k
Device
Utility
Location
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP Zone,
Amravati
Make & Model
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
IOS
Versi
on
-
Interface / Network
Cards Information
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
M
e
m
or
y
No. of
Comp
onent
s
-
1
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ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kotawali
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Rajapeth
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nagpuri
Gate
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Frezar
pura
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Badnera
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nandgaon
Peth
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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10/100/1000 switch
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Gadge
nagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kholapuri
Gate
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
10
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Walgaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
11
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Loni
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
12
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kholapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
13
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Aasegaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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CH
Maharashtra Police
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
14
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mahuli
Jahagir
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
15
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhatkuli
(Akaryanw
it)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
16
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Morshi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
17
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Varud
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
18
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shedurjan
a Ghat
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Benoda
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
20
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shirkhed
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
21
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Achalpur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
22
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pathrot
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
23
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Chandur
Bazar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
24
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Daryapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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10/100/1000 switch
25
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Yevada
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
26
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Anjangaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
27
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Chikaldhar
a
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
28
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dattapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
29
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dharni
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
30
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Nandgaon
Khandesh
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
CH
war
5024 GS
31
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Paratwada
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
32
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Rahimatpu
r
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
33
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Akot
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
34
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Barshitakli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
35
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Murtijapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Patur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Killara
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
38
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Balapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
39
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Deolgaon
Raja
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
40
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jalgaon
Jamod
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
41
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Khamgaon
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
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Lonar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
43
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Malkapur
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
44
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mehkar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
45
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shivaji
Nagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
46
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nandura
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
47
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Tamgaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
48
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R/SWIT
CH
Shegaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
49
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Chikali
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
50
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sindkhed
Raja
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
51
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Buldhana
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
52
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Borakhedi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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Jalamb
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
54
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Karanja
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
55
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Malegaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
56
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mangrulpi
r
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
57
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Manora
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
58
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Risod
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
59
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Arni
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
60
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Babhulgao
n
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
61
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Darwah
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
62
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Digras
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
63
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ghatanji
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
64
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Kalamb
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
65
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Yavatmal
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
66
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mahagaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
67
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Maregaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
68
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ner
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
69
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pusad
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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R/SWIT
CH
Ralegaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
71
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Umarkhed
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
72
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vani
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
73
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pandharka
wda
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
74
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wadgaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
75
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wadgaon
Road
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
76
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Patan
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
77
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shirpur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
78
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP Zone,
Aurangaba
d
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
79
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
City
Chowk
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
80
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kranti
Chowk
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
81
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Jinsi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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ROUTE
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CH
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
Osmanpur
a
Maharashtra Police
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
83
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
CIDCO
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
84
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MIDC
CIDCO
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
85
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mukund
wadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
86
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jawahar
Nagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Chawani
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
88
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Waluj
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
89
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MIDC
Waluj
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
90
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Begampur
a
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
91
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Chikhaltha
na
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
92
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Karmad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
93
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Phulambry
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
94
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wadod
Bazar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
95
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MIDC
Paithan
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
96
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Beedkin
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
97
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pachod
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
98
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Veergaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
99
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shivar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
10
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Gangapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
10
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shillegaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
10
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sillod City
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
10
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ajantha
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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4
ROUTE
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CH
MT
workshop
Aurangbad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
10
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kannad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
10
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Khuldabad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
10
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Paithan
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
10
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sillod
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
10
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Soygaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
11
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vaijapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
11
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ambejogai
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
11
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ashti
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
11
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dharur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
11
4
ROUTE
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Georai
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
11
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Kaij
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
11
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Majalgaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
11
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Parali
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
11
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Patoda
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
11
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shirur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
12
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wadwani
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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1
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R/SWIT
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Aundha
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
12
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Basmat
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
12
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kalamnuri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
12
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sengaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
12
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ambad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
12
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Badnapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
12
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhokardan
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
12
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ghansavan Router : Dax DXgi
1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
12
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jafrabad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
13
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mantha
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
13
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Partur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
13
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Ahmedpur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
13
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shirur
Anantpal
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
13
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ausa
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
13
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Chakur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
13
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Deoni
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
13
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jalkot
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nilanga
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
13
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Renapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
14
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Udgir
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
14
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kinvat
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
14
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Loha
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
14
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mahur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
14
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhoom
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
14
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kalamb
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
14
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Lohara
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
14
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Paranda
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
14
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Tuljapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
14
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Umarga
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
15
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vashi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
15
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Gangakhe
d
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
15
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jintur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
15
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Manwat
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
15
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Palam
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pathri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
15
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Purna
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
15
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sailu
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
15
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sonpeth
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
15
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP Zone-I
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
16
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Colaba
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
16
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Cuffe
Parade
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
16
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Marine
Lines
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
16
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Azad
Maidan
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
16
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
M.R.A.
Marg
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
16
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dongri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
16
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
J.J. Marg
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
16
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneII
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
16
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pydhonie
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
16
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
L.T. Marg
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
17
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
D.B. Marg
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
17
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
V.P. Marg
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Gamdevi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
17
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Malbar Hill
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
17
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP Port
Zone
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
17
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wadala
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
17
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sewree
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
17
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Yellow
Gate
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
17
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Versova
(Coastal)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
17
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneIII
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
18
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Tardeo
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
18
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nagpada
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
18
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Agripada
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
18
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Byculla
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
18
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Worli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
18
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
N.M. Joshi
Marg
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
18
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneIV
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
18
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhoiwada
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
18
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kalachowk
y
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Matunga
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
19
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R.A.K.
Marg
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
19
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sion
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
19
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Antop Hill
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
19
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wadala
Truck
Terminus
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
19
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneV
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
19
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dadar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
19
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shivaji
Park
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
19
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mahim
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
19
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shahu
Nagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
19
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kurla
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
20
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Dharavi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
20
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vinoba
Bhave
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
20
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneVI
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
20
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Chembur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
20
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nehru
Nagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
20
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Trombay
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
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R.C.F.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
20
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Deonar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
20
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shivaji
Nagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
20
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Tilak
Nagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
21
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneVII
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
21
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ghatkopar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
21
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pant
Nagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
21
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vikhroli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
21
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Park Site
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
21
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhandup
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
21
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kanjur
Marg
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
21
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Mulund
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
21
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Navghar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
21
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneVIII
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
22
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Airport
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
22
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sahar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
22
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vakola
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vile Parle
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
22
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kherwadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
22
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nirmal
Nagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
22
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
BandraKurla
Complex
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
22
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneIX
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
22
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bandra
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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10/100/1000 switch
22
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Khar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
23
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Santacruz
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
23
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Juhu
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
23
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
D.N. Nagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
23
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Oshiwara
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
23
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Versova
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
23
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneX
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
23
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Andheri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
23
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MIDC
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
23
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sakinaka
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
23
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Powai
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Meghwadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
24
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jogeshawa
ri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
24
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneXI
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
24
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Goregaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
24
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Malad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
24
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Malwani
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
24
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kandivali
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
24
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Charcop
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
24
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Gorai
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
24
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MHB
Colony
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
25
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneXII
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
25
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Dindoshi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
25
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Aarey Sub
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
25
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Goregaon
East
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
25
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Samta
Nagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
25
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kurar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
25
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dahisar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kasturba
Marg
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
25
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Amboli
(New P
Stn)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
25
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bagur
Nagar
(Link
Road)
(New P
Stn)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
26
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP MT
Mumbai
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
26
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Gowandi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
26
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Borivali
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
26
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vile Parle
(W)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
26
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Karjat
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
26
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Khalapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
26
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mahad
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
26
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mangaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
26
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Murud
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
26
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Khopoli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
27
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pen
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
27
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wadkhal
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
27
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Roha
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
27
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Alibagh
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Poladpur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
27
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pali
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
27
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mahad
MIDC
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
27
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Guhagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
27
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ratnagiri
City
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
27
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ratnagiri
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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10/100/1000 switch
28
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Lanja
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
28
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mandanga
d
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
28
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Rajapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
28
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Khed
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
28
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Chiplun
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
28
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Banda
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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CH
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
28
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Devgad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
28
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kankavli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
28
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kudal
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
28
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Malvan
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
29
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nivati
(Coastal)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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29
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sawantwa
di
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
29
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vaibhavwa
di
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
29
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vengurla
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
29
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dodamarg
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
29
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jawhar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
29
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mokhada
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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10/100/1000 switch
29
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Palghar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
29
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Talasari
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
29
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vikramgad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
30
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wada
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
30
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jt.CP,
Nagpur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
30
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
DCP,
Traffic,
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
CH
Nagpur
5024 GS
30
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Addl.CP,
South
Region,Na
gpur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
30
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP Zone-I
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
30
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sitabardi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
30
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ambazari
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
30
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
M.I.D.C.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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30
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
30
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sonegaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
31
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pratapnag
ar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
31
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneIV
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
31
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ajani
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
31
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dhantoli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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Page | 338
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Maharashtra Police
10/100/1000 switch
31
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
31
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
31
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
31
7
Imamwad
a
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
Hudkeshw
ar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nandanva
n
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
31
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Addl.CP,
North
Region,Na
gpur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
31
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
DCP ZoneII
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
Sakkardar
a
______________________________________________________________________________________
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 339
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
CH
Maharashtra Police
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
32
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sadar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
32
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Gittikhada
n
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
32
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Panchpaoli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
32
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jaripataka
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
32
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Koradi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Maharashtra Police
32
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneIII
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
32
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kotwali
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
32
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Tahsil
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
32
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ganeshpet
h
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
32
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Lakadganj
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
33
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kalmana
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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Page | 341
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Maharashtra Police
10/100/1000 switch
33
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Yashodhar
anagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
33
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MT
workshop
nagpur
Katole
Road
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
33
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Lakhani
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
33
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Lakhandur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
33
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mohadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
33
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Pauni
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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CH
Maharashtra Police
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
33
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sakoli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
33
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Tumsar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
33
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhandara
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
34
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ballarshah
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Bhadravati
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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Brahmapu
ri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Chimur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Gondpipri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
34
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Korpana
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
34
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Mul
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
34
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CH
Nagbhir
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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Pomrbhur
ni
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Rajura
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Sawli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
35
1
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R/SWIT
CH
Sindevahi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
35
2
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CH
Warora
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
35
3
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Ramnagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
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Armori
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
35
5
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CH
Charmoshi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
35
6
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R/SWIT
CH
Desaiganj
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
35
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dhanora
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
35
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Gadhchirol
i
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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Korachi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
36
0
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R/SWIT
CH
Kurkheda
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
36
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Aheri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
36
2
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R/SWIT
CH
Bahmraga
d
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
36
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Itapalli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
36
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mulchera
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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Sironcha
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
36
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Amgaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
36
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Arjuni
Moregaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
36
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Goregaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
36
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Salekasa
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
37
0
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Tirora
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
37
1
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R/SWIT
CH
Deori
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
37
2
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R/SWIT
CH
Hingna
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
37
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kalmeshw
ar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
37
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sawner
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
37
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Parseoni
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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Ramtek
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
37
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Umred
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
37
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Aarvi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
37
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Aashti
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
38
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Deoli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
38
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Hingangha
t
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
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Karanja
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
38
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Samudrap
ur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
38
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Selu
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
38
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sevagram
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
38
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wardha
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
38
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
DCP
Zone,Nash
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
CH
ik
5024 GS
38
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Panchwati
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
38
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sarkarwad
a
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
39
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhadrakali
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
39
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Gangapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
39
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nasik
Road
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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Deolali
Camp
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
39
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Satpur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
39
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ambad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
39
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nasik (Spl
p. stn)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
39
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Indira
Nagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
39
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Akole
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jamkhed
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
40
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Karjat
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
40
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kopargaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
40
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Parner
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
40
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pathardi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
40
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Rahta
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
40
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Rahuri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
40
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sangamne
r Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
40
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shevgaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
40
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shrigonda
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
40
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shrirampu
r Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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Newasa
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
41
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ahmednag
ar Taluka
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
41
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dhule
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
41
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mohadina
gar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
41
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sakri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
41
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shindkhed
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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Shirpur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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7
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Amalner
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
41
8
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Bhadgaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
41
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhusawal
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
42
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bodwad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
42
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Chalisgaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
42
2
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R/SWIT
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Chopda
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
42
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dharangao
n
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
42
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Erandol
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
42
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jamner
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
42
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jalgaon
Taluka
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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Muktainag
ar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
42
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pachora
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
42
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Parola
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
43
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Raver
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
43
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Yawal
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
43
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Navapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
43
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shahada
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
43
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Taloda
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
43
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Akkalkuva
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
43
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nandurbar
Taluka
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
43
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dindori
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
43
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Igatpuri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
43
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kalvan
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
44
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Malegaon
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
44
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nandgaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
44
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Niphad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
44
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Peth
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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4
ROUTE
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Satana
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
44
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sinnar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
44
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Surgana
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
44
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Yeola
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
44
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Yeola City
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
44
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jt.CP,
Pune
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
45
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP,
Traffic,
Pune
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
45
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP,
Crime
Branch,
Pune
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
45
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Addl.CP,
Crime,
Pune
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
45
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP Zone-I
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
45
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Khadak
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
45
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Vishramba
ug
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
45
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shivajinag
ar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
45
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Deccan
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
45
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kothrud
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
45
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Warje
Malvadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
46
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneII
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Swargate
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
46
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dattawadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
46
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sahakarna
gar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
46
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bharati
Vidyapeet
h New P
Stn
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
46
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Lashkar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
46
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bandgarde
n
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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10/100/1000 switch
46
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneIII
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
46
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Chaturshr
ungi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
46
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Hinjewadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
47
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sangvi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
47
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pimpri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
47
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Bhosari
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
47
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nigadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
47
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Chinchwad Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
47
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP ZoneIV
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
47
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Khadki
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
47
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vishrantw
adi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Yerwada
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
47
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Airport
(Vimantal)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
48
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wanvadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
48
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Hadapsar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
48
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kondhwa
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
48
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mundhwa
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
48
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Market
Yard
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
48
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MT
Worksop
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
48
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MT Sata
Bhandhani
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
48
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Baramati
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
48
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhor
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
48
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Haveli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
49
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Indapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Junnar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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R/SWIT
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Khed
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
49
3
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R/SWIT
CH
Ghodegao
n
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
49
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wadgaon
Mawal
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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Baramati
City
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
49
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dehuroad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
49
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Paoda
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
49
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shirur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
49
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Velha
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
50
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Daund
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
50
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wadgaon
Nimbalkar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
50
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Talegaon
Dabhade
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
50
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Saswad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
50
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Atpadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
50
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jat
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
50
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Kavtemah
akal
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
50
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vishramba
g
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
50
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Miraj City
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
50
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MIDC
Kupwad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
51
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Islampur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
51
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Miraj
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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CH
Palus
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
51
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shirala
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
51
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Tasgaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
51
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kasegaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
51
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kundal
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
51
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kurlap
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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10/100/1000 switch
51
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sangli
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
51
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vita
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
52
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Karad
Taluka
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
52
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Khandala
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
52
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhuinj
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
52
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Koregaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
52
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mahabales Router : Dax DX1831F
hwar
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
52
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Patan
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
52
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Phaltan
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
52
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wai
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
52
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Satara City
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Satara
Taluka
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
53
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dahiwadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
53
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Medha
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
53
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Phaltan
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
53
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Waduj
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
53
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wathar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
53
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP Zone,
Solapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
53
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jail Road
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
53
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Faujdar
Chawdi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
53
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sadarbaza
r
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
53
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vijapur
Naka
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
54
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Salgarvasti
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
54
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MIDC
(New P
Stn)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
54
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jodbhavi
Peth
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
54
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Akkalkot
South
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
54
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Akkalkot
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
54
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Barshi City
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Karmala
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
54
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Madha
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
54
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Malshiras
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
54
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mandrup
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
55
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mangalwe
dhe
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
55
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mohol
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
55
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pandharpu
r City
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
55
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pandharpu
r Taluka
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
55
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sangola
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
55
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Solapur
Taluka
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
55
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kurduwadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
55
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Jt.CP,
Thane
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
55
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Addl.CP(Cr
ime),
Thane
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
55
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MT Boat
workshop
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
56
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Juna
Rajwada
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
56
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Laxmipuri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
56
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shahupuri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Rajarampu
ri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
56
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kodoli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
56
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Gandhinag
ar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
56
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Murgud
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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7
ROUTE
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Shiroli
MIDC
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
56
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ichalkaranj
i
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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56
9
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Shivajinag
ar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
57
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Hupri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
57
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kurundwa
d
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
57
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jaysingpur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
57
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wadgaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
57
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Nesari
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
57
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Aajra
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
57
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhudargad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
57
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Chandgad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
57
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Gadhinglaj
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
57
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Gaganbaw
da
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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0
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CH
Hathkanan
gle
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
58
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kagal
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
58
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Karvir
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
58
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Panhala
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
58
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Radhangri
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
58
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shahuwadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
58
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shirol
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
58
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nardana
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
58
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sangamne
r City
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
58
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kamthi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
59
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kanhan
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
59
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Mouda
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
59
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Khaparkhe
da
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
59
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Aroli (New
P Stn)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
59
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Devalapar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
59
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bori
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
59
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kuhi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Veltur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
59
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhiwapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
59
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jalalkheda
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
60
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Narkhed
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
60
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kondhali
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
60
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Khapa
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
60
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kelwad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
60
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wazirabad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
60
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shivajinag
ar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
60
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhagyanag
ar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
60
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Itwara
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
60
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Nanded
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
60
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sonkheda
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
61
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Limbgoan
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
61
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ardhapura
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
61
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mudakhed
a
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
61
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Barad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Manatha
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
61
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Himayatna
gar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
61
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Hadgaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
61
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhokar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
61
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Tamsa
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
61
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ramtirth
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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10/100/1000 switch
62
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kuntur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
62
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Billoli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
62
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Degloor
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
62
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Markhel
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
62
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mukramab
ad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
62
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Mukhed
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
62
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Umari
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
62
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kondalwa
di
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
62
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dharmaba
d
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
62
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Osmannag
ar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
63
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Malkoli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
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1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kandhar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
63
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ghoti
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
63
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wadiware
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
63
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ozar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
63
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pimpalgao
n
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
63
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Harsul
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
63
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Trimbakes
hwar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
63
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nasik
Taluka
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
63
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Lasalgaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
64
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wavi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
64
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Saykheda
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
64
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Abhona
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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Page | 396
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CH
Maharashtra Police
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
64
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wani
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
64
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Deola
(New P
Stn)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
64
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wadner
Khakurdi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
64
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jaikheda
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
64
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Malegaon
City
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Page | 397
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Maharashtra Police
64
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Aayeshana
gar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
64
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Azadnagar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
65
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Malegaon
Camp
(New P
Stn)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
65
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Malegaon
Killa PS
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
65
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Manmad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
65
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Chandwad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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Page | 398
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Maharashtra Police
10/100/1000 switch
65
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wadner
Bhairao
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
65
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pawar
wadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
65
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Safala
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
65
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Satpati
(Coastal)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
65
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Manor
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
65
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Tarapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 399
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
CH
Maharashtra Police
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
66
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Boisar
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
66
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Wangaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
66
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dahanu
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
66
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Gholwad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
66
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kasa
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 400
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
66
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Shahapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
66
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kasara
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
66
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Padagha
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
66
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Murabad
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
66
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kulgaon
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
67
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kalyan
Taluka
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 401
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
10/100/1000 switch
67
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kinhvali
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
67
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Tokawade
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
67
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ganeshpur
i
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
67
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhiwandi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
67
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Konkan
Bhavan
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
67
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Sup. Of
Police
Office,
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 402
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
CH
Alibaug
Road,
Raigad-
5024 GS
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
67
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office, Jail
Road,Ratn
agiri 415612
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
67
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office, At
Post-Oros,
TalKudal,Dist.
Sindhudur
ga-416812
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
67
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Spl.
I.G.P.office
,
Maaltekdi
Road,
Amravati 444603.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
68
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
Civil Line,
Washim 444505.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
68
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office, LIC
Chawk,
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
-
1
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Page | 403
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Near
Collector
Office,
Yavatmal 445001.
Maharashtra Police
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
68
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
State Bank
Chawk,
Buldhana 44301.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
68
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Addl.DGP,
AntiNaxali
te
Operation
Administra
tive
Building,
Civil
Line,Nagp
ur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
68
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Spl.
I.G.P.office
, Near
Police
Station
Sadar, Civil
Line,
Nagpur 440001.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
68
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Gadchiroli
Complex,
Police
Sankul,
Gadchiroli.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 404
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
10/100/1000 switch
68
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sub
Divisional
Aheri,
Pranhitta,
Tal - Aheri,
Dist Gadchiroli
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
68
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
Civil Line,
Nagpur
Rural 440025.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
68
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office, Old
Secret
Building,
Civil Line,
Nagpir-
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
68
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
SRPF
Gr.IV,
Hingana
Rd.,
Nagpur
440016
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
69
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
office,
Collector
Chowk,
Bandara441904
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 405
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
69
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
Gandhi
Pratima
Chawk,
Gondia.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
69
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,Nea
r Civil Line
Bus-stand,
Chandrapu
r-004045
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
69
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
Gadchiroli
- 442605.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
69
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
Near
Gandhi
Statue,
Wardha442001
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
69
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Spl.
I.G.P.office
, Shri
Nagar
Nanded 431603.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 406
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
69
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
Police
Head
Quarter,
Vajirabad,
Nanded431301
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
69
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.Of
Police
Office,
Shivaji
Chowk.
Latur.413531
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
69
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
Near
Shivaji
Statue,
Parbhani431401.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
69
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup. Of
Police
Office,
Railway
Station
road,
Hingoli431513
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
70
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Spl.
I.G.P.office
,
Aurangaba
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
-
1
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Page | 407
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
d Range,
Baba
Petrol
Pump,
Near Uth
Hostel,
Station
Road,
Aurangaba
d431001.
5024 GS
Maharashtra Police
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
70
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
Servay
No.488,
Near
Collector
Office,
Jalna 431203.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
70
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
Near
Shivaji
Statue,
Beed 411133.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
70
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
Near
Police
Head
Quarter,
Osmanaba
d-
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Page | 408
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
313501.
70
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Spl.
I.G.P.office
, Kolhapur
Range,
Kasba
Bawda
Road,
Tarabai
Park,
Kolhapur 416003.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
70
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bodygate,
Aundh,
Pune -7
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
70
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
S.C.R.B.,Sa
ngam
Bridge,
M.S, Pune.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
70
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
Sangam
Bridge CID
Compound
, Pune411005
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
70
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
S R P F GRI,
Ramtekadi
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 409
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Pune,4100
22
5024 GS
Maharashtra Police
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
70
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
SRPF, Gr.I,
Ramtekadi
, Pune,
410022
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
71
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
Near
Police
Head
Quarter,
Malhar
Peth,
Satara 415002.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
71
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Spl.
I.G.P.office
, LIC
Signal,
Gadkari
Chawk,
Dakshata
Buldg,
Nashik
City.
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
71
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Tryambak
Road,
Nashik422002
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 410
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
71
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
Dhule424001
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
71
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sup.of
Police
Office,
Tokar Lake
Road,
Near
Collector
Office,
Nandurbar
-
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
71
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ahmednag
ar SP
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
71
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Director
General of
Police,
Maharasht
ra State,
Mumbai
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
71
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
CP Navi
Mumbai
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 411
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
71
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
CP
Railway,
Mumbai
(Wadibun
der,
Mazgaon)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
71
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
CP, THANE
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
72
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
CP, PUNE
CITY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
72
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
CP.
AMRAVATI
CITY
(Aironet
Wireless)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
72
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
SP AKOLA
CITY
(Aironet
Wireless)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
72
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
CP.
AURANGA
BAD CITY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 412
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
10/100/1000 switch
72
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
CP,
NAGPUR
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
72
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
CP.
NASHIK
CITY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
72
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
CP.
SOLAPUR
CITY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
72
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
SP. THANE
RURAL
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
72
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DPW Pune
DR SITE
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
72
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Vashi DCP
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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Government of Maharashtra
Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 413
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
CH
Maharashtra Police
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
73
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vashi
Police
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
73
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vashi
APMC
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
73
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Turbhe
Police
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
73
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nerul
Police
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
73
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
C.B.D.
Police
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 414
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
73
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vashi
Railway
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
73
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Taloja
Police
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
73
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Panvel
Railway
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
73
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vasai
Railway
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
73
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vasai
Additional
SP
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
74
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Palghar
Railway
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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Government of Maharashtra
Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 415
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
10/100/1000 switch
74
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Manikpur
(SP Thane
Rural)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
74
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Virar (SP
Thane
Rural)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
74
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Nalasopar
a (SP
Thane
Rural)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
74
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Miraroad
(SP Thane
Rural)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
74
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhayendar
(SP Thane
Rural)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
74
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Navghar
(SP Thane
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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Government of Maharashtra
Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 416
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
CH
Rural)
5024 GS
74
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kashimira
(SP Thane
Rural)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
74
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vasai (SP
Thane
Rural)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
74
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Panvel
DCP
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
75
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Panvel City
Police
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
75
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
New
Panvel
Police
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 417
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
75
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kalamboli
Police
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
75
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Uran
Police
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
75
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Navha
Sheva
Police
Station
(ONGC)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
75
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Mora
(Costal)
Police
Station
(JNPT)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
75
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kharghar
Police
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
75
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP Traffic
Navi
Mumbai
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 418
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
10/100/1000 switch
75
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
NRI
Complex,
Belapur
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
75
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Koparkhair
ane Police
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
76
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Rabale
Police
Station
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
76
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Pune Rural
SP
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
76
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Amravati
Rural SP
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
76
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Aurangaba
d SP Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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Government of Maharashtra
Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 419
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
CH
Maharashtra Police
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
5024 GS
76
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Solapur SP
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
76
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Jalgaon SP
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
76
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kolhapur
SP
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
76
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Sangli SP
Rural
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
76
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Thane
Additional
CP
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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Government of Maharashtra
Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 420
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
76
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kalyan
Additonal
CP
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
77
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Thane City
DCP Zone I
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
77
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhiwandi
DCP Zone
2
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
77
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kalyan
DCP Zone
III
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
77
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Ulhasnaga Router : Dax DXr DCP Zone 1831F
IV
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
77
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Thane DCP
Zone V
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
______________________________________________________________________________________
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Request for Proposal for Selection of System Integrator
Page | 421
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
10/100/1000 switch
77
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DCP Traffic
(CP Thane)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
77
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Bhiwandi
City Police
Station (Cp
Thane)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
77
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kolsewadi
Police
Station (CP
Thane)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
77
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kalyan
Police
Station (CP
Thane)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
77
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Kalyan
Railway
Station (CP
Railway)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
78
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
Dombivali Router : Dax DXPolice
1831F
Station (CP Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
CH
Thane)
5024 GS
78
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Vishnunag
ar Police
Station (
CP Thane)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
78
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Tilaknagar
Police
Station (CP
Thane)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
78
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Manpada
Police
Station (
CP Thane)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
78
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
Dombivali
Railway
Station (CP
Railway)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
78
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
CP
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
ATS
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
78
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
JOINT CP
(TRAFFIC)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
78
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
ADD CP
SOUTH
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
78
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
ADD CP
CENTRAL(
Byculla)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
79
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
ADD CP
EAST(Che
mbur)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
79
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
ADD CP
WEST
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
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10/100/1000 switch
79
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
ADD CP
NORTH(Ka
ndewali)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
79
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
ADD CP
PROTECTI
ON
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
79
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
ADD CP
ARMED
POLICE(Da
dar)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
79
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
COMPUTE
R CELL
CRIME BR
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
79
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
ADD CP SB
I
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
79
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
MUMBAI
ADD CP SB
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
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interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
CH
II
5024 GS
79
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
PTS
MAROL
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
79
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
SRPF
GROUP
VIII
GOREGAO
N
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
80
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
THANENA
GAR
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
80
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
NAUPADA
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
80
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
RABODI
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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80
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
DIAGHAR
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
80
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
KALWA
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
80
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBRA
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
80
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
BHOIWAD
A POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
80
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
NIJAMPUR
A POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
80
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
SHANTINA
GAR
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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10/100/1000 switch
80
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
NARPOLI
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
81
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MAHATM
A PHULE
CHAUK
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
81
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
BAZARPET
H POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
81
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
ULHASNA
GAR
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
81
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MADHYAR
VATI
POLICE
STATTION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
81
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
VITTHALW
ADI
POLICE
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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Maharashtra Police
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
CH
STATION
5024 GS
81
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
HILL LINE
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
81
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
AMBERNA
TH(W)
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
81
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
AMBERNA
TH(E)
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
81
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
BADLAPUR
(E) POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
81
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
BADLAPUR
(W)
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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82
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
KOPRI
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
82
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
WAGLE
ESTATE
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
82
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
SHRINAGA
R POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
82
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
KAPURBA
WDI
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
82
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
VARTAKN
AGAR
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
82
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
KASARWA
DAVALI
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
-
1
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10/100/1000 switch
82
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
KONGAON
POLICE
STATION
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
82
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
ADG
RAILWAY
MAHARAS
HTRA
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
82
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
DCP
CENTRAL
RAILWAY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
82
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
DCP
WESTERN
RAILWAY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
83
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
CST
POLICE
STATION
RAILWAY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
83
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
MUMBAI
DADAR
POLICE
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX-
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
-
1
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CH
STATION
RLY
5024 GS
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
83
2
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
KURLA
POLICE
STATION
RLY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
83
3
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
WADALA
POLICE
STATION
RLY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
83
4
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
THANE
POLICE
STATION
RLY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
83
5
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
KARJAT
POLICE
STATION
RLY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
83
6
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBA
CHURCHG
ATE
POLICE
STATION
RLY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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83
7
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
CENTRAL
POLICE
STATION
RLY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
83
8
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
BANDRA
POLICE
STATION
RLY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
83
9
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
ANDHERI
POLICE
STATION
RLY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
84
0
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
MUMBAI
BORIVALI
POLICE
STATION
RLY
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
84
1
ROUTE
R/SWIT
CH
NASHIK SP
RURAL
(LAN)
Router : Dax DX1831F
Switch : DAX DX5024 GS
-
Router : 2 LAN / 2 WAN
ports loaded with 2port
Async / Sync serial
interface card and cable
Switch : 24 port
10/100/1000 switch
-
1
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15 ANNEXURE X: MSWAN DETAILS
District Head Quarter – Taluka Head Quarter Listing
Taluka
No
1
District No
1
District
Nandurbar
Taluka
Akkalkuwa
2
Akrani
3
Talode
4
Shahade
5
Nandurbar
6
Nawapur
7
2
Dhule
Shirpur
8
Sindkhede
9
Sakri
10
Dhule
11
3
Jalgaon
Chopda
12
Yawal
13
Raver
14
Edlabad(Muktainagar)
15
Bodvad
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
16
Bhusawal
17
Jalgaon
18
Erandol
19
Dharangaon
20
Amalner
21
Parola
22
Bhadegaon
23
Chalisgaon
24
Pachora
25
Jamner
26
4
Buldhana
Jalgaon(Jamod)
27
Sangrampur
28
Shegaon
29
Nandura
30
Malkapur
31
Motala
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Page | 435
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
32
Khamgaon
33
Mehkar
34
Chikhli
35
Buldana
36
Deolgaon Raja
37
Sindkhed Raja
38
Lonar
39
Akola
Telhara
40
Akot
41
Balapur
42
Akola
43
Murtijapur
44
Patur
45
Barshitakli
46
47
Washim
Malegaon
Mangrulpir
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
48
Karanja
49
Manora
50
Washim
51
Risod
52
Amravati
Dharni
53
Chikhaldara
54
Anjangaon surji
55
Achalpur
56
Chandurbazar
57
Morshi
58
Warud
59
Teosa
60
Amravati
61
Bhatkuli
62
Daryapur
63
Nandgaon-Khaneshwar
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
64
Chandur railway
65
Dhamangaon Railway
66
Wardha
Ashti
67
Karanja
68
Arvi
69
Seloo
70
Wardha
71
Deoli
72
Hinganghat
73
Samudrapur
74
Nagpur
Narkhed
75
Katol
76
Kalameshwar
77
Savner
78
Parseoni
79
Ramtek
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
80
Mauda
81
Kamptee
82
Nagpur(Rural)
83
Nagpur(urban)
84
Hingna
85
Umred
86
Kuhi
87
Bhiwapur
88
Bhandara
Tumsar
89
Mohadi
90
Bhandara
91
Sakoli
92
Lakhani
93
Pauni
94
Lakhandur
95
Gondiya
Tirora
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
96
Goregaon
97
Gondiya
98
Amgaon
99
Salekasa
100
sadak-Arjuni
101
Arjuni Moregaon
102
Deori
103
Gadchiroli
Desaiganj(Vadasa)
104
Armori
105
Kurkheda
106
Korchi
107
Dhanora
108
Gadchiroli
109
Chamorshi
110
Mulchera
111
Etapalli
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
112
Bhamragad
113
Aheri
114
Sironcha
115
Chandrapur
Warora
116
Chimur
117
Nagbhir
118
Brahmapuri
119
Sawali
120
Sindewahi
121
Bhadravati
122
Chandrapur
123
Mul
124
Pombhurna
125
Ballarpur
126
Korpana
127
Rajura
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No
District No
District
128
129
Maharashtra Police
Taluka
Gondpipri
Yavatmal
Ner
130
Babulgaon
131
Kalamb
132
Yavatmal
133
Darwha
134
Digras
135
Pusad
136
Umarkhed
137
Mahagaon
138
Arni
139
Ghatanji
140
Kelapur
141
Ralegaon
142
Maregaon
143
Zari-jamani
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
144
wani
145
Mahoor
146
Nanded
Kinwat
147
Himayatnagar
148
Hadgaon
149
Ardhapur
150
Nanded
151
Mudkhed
152
Bhokar
153
Umri
154
Dharmabad
155
Biloli
156
Naigaon(Khairgaon)
157
Loha
158
Kandhar
159
Mukhed
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Taluka
No
District No
District
160
161
Maharashtra Police
Taluka
Deglur
Hingoli
Sengaon
162
Hingoli
163
Aundha(Nagnath)
164
Kalamnuri
165
Basmath
166
Parbhani
Sailu
167
Jintur
168
Parbhani
169
Manwath
170
Pathri
171
Sonpeth
172
Gangakhed
173
Palam
174
Purna
175
Jalna
Bhokardan
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
176
Jafferabad
177
Jalna
178
Badnapur
179
Ambad
180
Ghansawangi
181
Partur
183
Mantha
184
Aurangabad
Kannad
185
Soegaon
186
Sillod
187
Phulambri
188
Mantha
189
Aurangabad
190
Khuldabad
191
Vaijapur
192
Gangapur
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Taluka
No
District No
District
193
194
Maharashtra Police
Taluka
Paithan
Nashik
Surgana
195
Kalwan
196
Deola
197
Baglan
198
Malegaon
199
Nandgaon
200
Chandvad
201
Dindori
202
Peint
203
Trimbakeshwar
204
Nashik
205
Igatpuri
206
Sinnar
207
Niphad
208
Yevla
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Taluka
No
District No
209
Maharashtra Police
District
Thane
Taluka
Talasari
210
Dahanu
211
Vikramgad
212
Jawhar
213
Mokhada
214
Vada
215
Palghar
216
Vasai
217
Thane
218
Bhiwandi
219
Shahpur
220
Kalyan
221
Ulhasnagar
222
Ambarnath
223
Murbad
224
Mumbai(Suburban)
Andheri
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
225
Borivali
226
kurla
227
Bandra
228
Mumbai
Mumbai
229
Raigarh
Uran
230
Panvel
231
Karjat
232
Khalapur
233
Pen
234
Alibag
235
Murud
236
Roha
240
Sudhagad
241
Mangaon
242
Mahad
243
Poladpur
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Taluka
No
District No
244
Maharashtra Police
District
Pune
Taluka
Junnar
245
Ambegaon
246
Shirur
247
Khed
248
Mawal
249
Mulshi
250
Haveli
251
Pune city
252
Daund
253
Purandhar
254
Velhe
255
Bhor
256
Baramati
257
Indapur
258
259
Ahmednagar
Akola
Sangamner
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
260
Kopargaon
261
Rahta
262
Shrirampur
263
Nevasa
264
Shevgaon
265
Pathardi
266
Nagar
267
Rahuri
268
Parner
269
Shrigonda
270
Karjat
271
Jamkhed
272
Bid
Ashti
273
Patoda
274
Shirur(Kasar)
275
Georai
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
276
Manjalegaon
277
Wadwani
278
Bid
279
Kaij
280
Dharur
281
Parli
282
Ambejogai
283
Latur
Latur
284
Renapur
285
Ahmadpur
286
Jalkot
287
Chakur
288
Shirur-Anantpal
289
Ausa
290
Nilanga
291
Deoni
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Taluka
No
District No
District
292
293
Maharashtra Police
Taluka
Udgir
Osmanabad
Paranda
294
Bhum
295
Washi
296
Kalamb
297
Osmanabad
298
Tuljapur
299
Lohara
300
Umarga
301
Solapur
Karmala
302
Madha
303
Barshi
304
Solapur North
305
Mohol
306
Pandharpur
307
Malshiras
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
308
Sangole
309
Mangalvedhe
310
Solapur South
311
Akkalkot
312
Satara
Mahabaleshwar
313
Wai
314
khandala
315
Phaltan
316
Man
317
Khatav
318
Koregaon
319
Satara
320
Jaoli
321
Patan
322
Karad
323
Ratnagiri
Mandangad
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
324
Khed
325
Chiplun
326
Guhagar
327
Ratnagiri
328
Sangameshwar
329
Lanja
330
Rajapur
331
Sindhudurg
Devgad
332
Vaibhavwadi
333
Kankavli
334
malwan
335
Vengurla
336
Kudal
337
Sawantwadi
338
Dodamarg
339
Kolhapur
Shahuwadi
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Taluka
No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
340
Panhala
341
Hatkanangle
342
Shirol
343
Karvir
344
Bavda
345
Radhanagari
346
Kagal
347
Bhudargad
348
Ajra
349
Gadhinglaj
350
Chandgad
351
Sangli
Shirala
352
Walwa
353
Palus
354
Khanapur
355
Atpadi
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No
District No
Maharashtra Police
District
Taluka
356
Tasgaon
357
Miraj
358
Kavathe-Mahankal
359
Jat
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E-Governance Mission Mode Project (MMP)
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems
(CCTNS)
Request for Proposal for
Selection of System Integrator
for
Implementation, Commissioning and
Maintenance of CCTNS
In
Maharashtra State
Volume-II: Evaluation and Payment Terms
Released By: Maharashtra Police
Government of Maharashtra
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS .................................................................................................. 2
ABBREVIATIONS / ACRONYMS ................................................................................... 4
1.
2.
3.
INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................... 5
1.1.
INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS............................................................................................... 5
1.2.
BID SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................................ 8
BID OPENING AND EVALUATION PROCESS .................................................... 16
2.1.
BID OPENING SESSIONS .................................................................................................. 16
2.2.
OVERALL EVALUATION PROCESS .................................................................................... 16
2.3.
EVALUATION OF TECHNICAL PROPOSALS ......................................................................... 17
2.4.
PRE-QUALIFICATION CRITERIA ........................................................................................ 18
2.5.
CONSORTIUM CRITERIA .................................................................................................. 20
2.6.
TECHNICAL EVALUATION CRITERIA .................................................................................. 21
2.7.
TECHNICAL EVALUATION SCORING MATRIX: ..................................................................... 23
2.8.
TECHNICAL PROPOSAL ................................................................................................... 33
2.9.
EVALUATION OF COMMERCIAL BIDS ................................................................................. 34
AWARD OF CONTRACT ...................................................................................... 37
3.1.
AWARD CRITERIA ........................................................................................................... 37
3.2.
MAHARASHTRA POLICE’S RIGHT TO ACCEPT ANY PROPOSAL AND TO REJECT ANY OR ALL
PROPOSALS ................................................................................................................................ 37
4.
3.3.
NOTIFICATION OF AWARD................................................................................................ 37
3.4.
CONTRACT FINALIZATION AND AWARD ............................................................................. 37
3.5.
SIGNING OF CONTRACT................................................................................................... 38
3.6.
FAILURE TO AGREE WITH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE RFP ................................. 38
PAYMENT TERMS AND SCHEDULE .................................................................. 39
4.1.
PERFORMANCE BANK GUARANTEE .................................................................................. 39
4.2.
LIQUIDATED DAMAGES .................................................................................................... 39
4.3.
PAYMENT SCHEDULES AND MILESTONES ......................................................................... 39
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FORMATS FOR RESPONSE – PRE-QUALIFICATION BID ........................................ 43
6.
FORMATS FOR RESPONSE - TECHNICAL BID ................................................. 50
7.
FORMAT FOR BID RESPONSE – COMMERCIAL BID........................................ 66
8.
ANNEXURE – OTHER FORMATS........................................................................ 76
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ABBREVIATIONS / ACRONYMS
AMC
Annual Maintenance Contract
ATS
Annual Technical Support
BG
Bank Guarantee
CAS
CCTNS Core Application Software
CCTNS
Crime and Criminals Tracking Network System
LD
Liquidated Damages
MHA
Ministry of Home Affairs
NCRB
National Crime Records Bureau
PBG
Performance Bank Guarantee
RFC
Request for Clarification
RFP
Request for Proposal
SDA
Software Development Agency
UAT
User Acceptance Testing
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1. INTRODUCTION
The SI (System Integrator) RFP is structured in two volumes. As already stated, Volume I
comprises Techno-functional requirements for implementation of CCTNS project.
This is the Volume II of the SI RFP template that comprises of the bidding guidelines,
instructions to the bidders, evaluation criteria, formats for bid response etc.
1.1. INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
a. The RFP document consists of four volumes:
i.
RFP Volume I: Technical and Functional Requirements
ii.
RFP Volume II: Commercial and Bidding Terms
iii.
RFP Volume III: Contractual and Legal Specifications
iv.
RFP Volume FRS : Functional Requirements Specifications
Note:
All bid related activities (Process) like Tender Document Download, Bid Preparation and Hash
Submission, Bid Submission and submission of EMD and other documents will be governed by
the time schedule mentioned on the e-tendering website.
b. RFP Document Fees:
All activities of this tender shall be carried out online on the website
http://mapo.maharashtra.etenders.in. The tender document is uploaded / Released on
Government of Maharashtra (GOM) e-tendering website http://mapo.maharashtra.etenders.in
and has to be downloaded as well as filled up and submitted online ONLY. A crossed Demand
Draft for Rs. 10,000/- as tender fee drawn on any Nationalised Bank in favour of the Director
General of Police, Maharashtra, payable at Mumbai at par should be submitted manually before
the last time and date of Bid submission without which tender will be taken as incomplete and
non responsive and shall not be considered. The D.D. shall be kept in separate envelope. The
tender fee shall be non refundable.
c. The bidders are expected to examine all instructions, forms, terms, project requirements
and other information in the RFP documents. Failure to furnish all information required as
mentioned in the RFP documents or submission of a proposal not substantially responsive to the
RFP documents in every respect will be at the bidder's risk and may result in rejection of the
proposal and forfeiture of the bid security.
d. Pre-Bid Conference
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Maharashtra state will host a Pre-Bid Conference for queries by the interested bidders. The
conference will be held on 13th April 2011 at 12:00 PM and the venue of the conference will be
1st Floor Conference Hall, Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya, Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg, Colaba,
Mumbai – 400001. The representatives of the interested organizations may attend the pre-bid
conference at their own cost. The purpose of the conference is to provide bidders with
information regarding the RFP and the proposed solution requirements in reference to the
particular RFP. Pre-Bid Conference will also provide each bidder with an opportunity to seek
clarifications regarding any aspect of the RFP and the project.
e. Response to Bidder’s Enquiries
All enquiries from the bidders relating to this RFP must be submitted in writing exclusively to the
contact person. Contact details are provided in Volume I of this RFP. The queries should
necessarily be submitted in the following format:
S.
No
Bidding Document
Reference(s) (section
number/ page number)
Content of RFP requiring
Points of clarification
Clarification
required
All enquiries should be sent either through email or Fax. The Maharashtra Police shall not be
responsible for ensuring that bidders’ enquiries have been received by them. However,
Maharashtra Police neither makes any representation or warranty as to the completeness or
accuracy of the responses, nor does it undertakes to answer all the queries that have been
posed by the bidders. All responses given by Maharashtra Police will be distributed to all the
bidders.
f.
Supplementary Information / Corrigendum / Amendment to the RFP
i.
If Maharashtra Police deems it appropriate to revise any part of this RFP or to issue
additional data to clarify an interpretation of the provisions of this RFP, it may issue
supplements/corrigendum to this RFP. Such supplemental information will be
communicated to all the bidders by e-mail or fax and will also be made available on
Maharashtra Police’s website. Any such supplement shall be deemed to be incorporated
by this reference into this RFP.
ii.
At any time prior to the deadline (or as extended by Maharashtra Police) for submission
of bids, Maharashtra Police, for any reason, whether at its own initiative or in response
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to clarifications requested by prospective bidder may modify the RFP document by
issuing amendment(s). All bidders will be notified of such amendment(s) by publishing
on the websites, and these will be binding on all the bidders.
iii.
In order to allow bidders a reasonable time to take the amendment(s) into account in
preparing their bids, Maharashtra Police, at its discretion, may extend the deadline for
the submission of bids.
g. Proposal Preparation Costs
The bidder shall be responsible for all costs incurred in connection with participation in the RFP
process, including, but not limited to, costs incurred in conduct of informative and other
diligence activities, participation in meetings/discussions/presentations, preparation of
proposal, in providing any additional information required by Maharashtra Police to facilitate
the evaluation process, and in negotiating a definitive Service Agreement (Master Service
Agreement provided in Volume III) and all such activities related to the bid process. This RFP
does not commit Maharashtra Police to award a contract or to engage in negotiations. Further,
no reimbursable cost may be incurred in anticipation of award of the contract for
implementation of the project.
h. Maharashtra Police’s Right to terminate the Process
Maharashtra Police makes no commitments, explicit or implicit, that this process will result in a
business transaction with anyone. Further, this RFP does not constitute an offer by Maharashtra
Police. The bidder’s participation in this process may result in Maharashtra Police selecting the
bidder to engage in further discussions and negotiations towards execution of a contract. The
commencement of such negotiations does not, however, signify a commitment by Maharashtra
Police to execute a contract or to continue negotiations.
i.
Earnest Money Deposit (EMD)
i.
Bidders shall submit, along with their Bids, EMD of Rs. 2,00,00,000 (Rs. Two Crores) only,
in the form of a Demand Draft/ Bank Guarantee issued by any Nationalised bank or
Private Sector Banks authorized by the Government to conduct Government
transaction, in favour of Director General of Police, Maharashtra and should be valid for
180 days from the due date of the tender. Bid security in any other form will not be
accepted. Format for bid security is provided in Annexure – Other Formats. Bank
Guarantees to be provided against this tender should have been issued by Indian Public
Sector Banks or Private Sector Banks authorized by the Government to conduct
Government transaction. Apart from nationalized banks, at present HDFC Bank, ICICI
Bank and AXIS Bank are the three private sector banks authorized by the Government.
ii.
The bid security of all unsuccessful bidders would be refunded by Maharashtra Police
within three months of the bidder being notified as being unsuccessful. The bid security,
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for the amount mentioned above, of successful bidder would be returned upon
submission of Performance Guarantee.
j.
iii.
The bid security amount is interest free and will be refundable to the unsuccessful
bidders without any accrued interest on it.
iv.
The bid submitted without bid security, mentioned above, will be summarily rejected.
v.
The bid security may be forfeited:
o
If a bidder withdraws its bid during the period of bid validity
o
In case of a successful bidder, if the bidder fails to sign the contract in
accordance with terms and conditions
Authentication of Bids
A letter of authorization shall be supported by a written power-of-attorney accompanying the
bid.
k. Interlineations in Bids
The bid shall contain no interlineations, erasures or overwriting except as necessary to correct
errors made by the Bidder, in which case such corrections shall be initialled by the person or
persons signing the bid.
l.
Venue & Deadline for submission of proposals
Proposals, in its complete form in all respects as specified in the RFP, must be submitted online.
Last Date & Time of online tender Preparation: 27.04.2011 before 5:00 PM
Last Date & Time of online tender Submission: 28.04.2011 before 5:00 PM
m. Late Bids
Bids received after the due date and the specified time (including the extended period if any) for
any reason whatsoever, shall not be entertained and shall be returned unopened.
1.2. BID SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS
Proposals must be direct, concise, and complete. Maharashtra Police will evaluate bidder’s
proposal based on its clarity and the directness of its response to the requirements of the
project as outlined in this RFP.
a. Mode of Submission
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The two bids system shall be followed. All bid documents must be submitted online at
http://mapo.maharashtra.etenders.in as per the instructions on the portal. The demand drafts
for the bid processing fee or earnest money deposit should be submitted in sealed envelopes.
EMD
The envelope containing the EMD shall be sealed and super scribed
“Earnest Money Deposit – Maharashtra CCTNS”. This envelope should
not contain any Commercials, in either explicit or implicit form, in
which case the bid will be rejected.
A board resolution authorizing the Bidder to sign/ execute all the
proposals (Pre-qualification, Technical and Commercial) as a binding
document and also to execute all relevant agreements forming part of
RFP shall be included.
Response to PreQualification
Requirements
Response to the Pre-Qualification Requirements shall be prepared in
accordance with the requirements specified in this RFP and in the
format prescribed in this Volume. The document should be submitted
online http://mapo.maharashtra.etenders.in as per the instructions on
the portal. This document should not contain any Commercials, in
either explicit or implicit form, in which case the bid will be rejected.
The Technical Proposal shall be prepared in accordance with the
requirements specified in this RFP and in the formats prescribed in
this volume.
Technical Proposal
This document should not contain any Commercials, in either explicit
or implicit form, in which case the bid will be rejected.
Technical Offer must be submitted online at
http://mapo.maharashtra.etenders.in as per the instructions on the
portal
All Commercial Offers must be submitted online at
http://mapo.maharashtra.etenders.in as per the instructions on the
portal.
Commercial
Proposal
Forms and formats to fill the tender shall be scrupulously followed.
Any deviation in it shall be taken as major deviation and bid shall not
be considered
Price quotation accompanied by vague and conditional expressions
such as "subject to immediate acceptance", "subject to confirmation
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before sales", etc. will be treated as being at variance and shall be
liable for rejection.
i.
Maharashtra Police will not accept submission of proposal in any manner other than
that specified in this volume. Proposal submitted in any other manner shall be treated
as defective, invalid and rejected.
ii.
The technical and commercial proposals should be submitted along with a certified true
copy of the corporate sanctions/approvals authorizing its authorized representative to
sign/act/execute documents forming part of this proposal including various RFP
documents and binding contract, at the address and time as specified in this RFP.
iii.
The proposals shall be valid for a period of Six (6) months from the date of opening of
the proposals. A proposal valid for a shorter period may be rejected as non-responsive.
On completion of the validity period, unless the bidder withdraws his proposal in
writing, it will be deemed to be valid until such time that the bidder formally (in writing)
withdraws his proposal.
iv.
In exceptional circumstances, at its discretion, Maharashtra Police may solicit the
bidder's consent for an extension of the validity period. The request and the responses
thereto shall be made in writing or by fax or email.
b. Commercial Proposal
i.
The Bidder is expected to price all the items and services proposed in the Technical
Proposal. Maharashtra Police may seek clarifications from the Bidder on the Technical
Proposal. Any of the clarifications by the Bidder on the technical proposal should not
have any commercial implications. The Commercial Proposal submitted by the Bidder
should be inclusive of all the items in the technical proposal and should incorporate all
the clarifications provided by the Bidder on the technical proposal during the evaluation
of the technical offer.
ii.
Unless expressly indicated in this RFP, bidder shall not include any technical information
regarding the services in the commercial proposal. Additional information directly
relevant to the scope of services provided in Vol I may be submitted to accompany the
proposal. However, this information will not be considered for evaluation purposes. All
the Prices/ Commercials shall be quoted entirely in Indian Rupees for preparation of
Commercial Proposal against this RFP. The Commercial Proposal must be detailed and
must cover each year of the contract term. The Commercial Proposal should not
comprise of any direct/ indirect conditions. It is required that the all the proposals
submitted against the RFP should be unconditional.
iii.
Correction of Error
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iv.
Maharashtra Police
•
Bidders are advised to exercise adequate care in quoting the prices. No excuse
for corrections in the quoted figures will be entertained after the commercial
proposals are received by Maharashtra Police. All corrections, if any, should be
initialled by the person signing the proposal form before submission, failing
which the figures for such items may not be considered.
•
Arithmetic errors in proposals will be corrected as follows: In case of
discrepancy between the amounts mentioned in figures and in words, the
amount in words shall govern. The amount stated in the proposal form,
adjusted in accordance with the above procedure, shall be considered as
binding, unless it causes the overall proposal price to rise, in which case the
proposal price shall govern.
Prices and Price Information
•
The Bidder shall quote a price for all the components, the services of the
solution to meet the requirements of Maharashtra Police as listed in the Volume
I of this RFP. All the prices will be in Indian Rupees
•
No adjustment of the price quoted in the Commercial Proposal shall be made on
account of any variations in costs of labour and materials, currency exchange
fluctuations with international currency or any other cost component affecting
the total cost in fulfilling the obligations under the contract
•
The price quoted in the Commercial Proposal shall be the only payment,
payable by Maharashtra Police to the successful Bidder for completion of the
contractual obligations by the successful Bidder under the Contract, subject to
the terms of payment specified as in the proposed commercial bid or the one
agreed between Maharashtra Police and the Bidder after negotiations. The price
would be inclusive of all taxes, duties, charges and levies as applicable.
•
The prices, once offered, must remain fixed and must not be subject to
escalation for any reason whatsoever within the period of the validity of the
proposal and the contract. A proposal submitted with an adjustable price
quotation or conditional proposal may be rejected as non-responsive.
•
Bidder should provide all prices, quantities as per the prescribed format given in
Format for Bid Response – Commercial Bid. Bidder should not leave any field
blank. In case the field is not applicable, Bidder must indicate “0” (zero) in all
such fields.
•
It is mandatory to provide the break-up of all components in the format
specified for detailed Bill of Material. The commercial bid should include the
unit price and proposed number of units for each component provided in the
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Bill of Material in the commercial bid. In case of a discrepancy between the Bill
of Material and the commercial bid, the technical Bill of Material remains valid.
In no circumstances shall the commercial bid be allowed to be changed /
modified.
•
It is mandatory to provide break-up of all taxes, duties and levies wherever
applicable and/or payable. All the taxes of any nature whatsoever shall be borne
by the Bidder including any additional taxes/levies due to change in tax rates
through the validity of the bid and contract. The bid amount shall be inclusive of
packing, forwarding, transportation, insurance till Go Live, delivery charges and
any other charges as applicable.
•
All costs incurred due to delay of any sort, shall be borne by the Bidder.
•
Maharashtra Police reserves the right to ask the Bidder to submit proof of
payment against any of the taxes, duties, levies indicated within specified time
frames.
c. Language of Proposals
The proposal and all correspondence and documents shall be written in English. All proposals
and accompanying documentation will become the property of Maharashtra Police and will not
be returned.
d. Conditions Under which this RFP is issued
i.
This RFP is not an offer and is issued with no commitment. Maharashtra Police reserves
the right to withdraw the RFP and change or vary any part thereof at any stage.
Maharashtra Police also reserves the right to disqualify any bidder should it be so
necessary at any stage.
ii.
Timing and sequence of events resulting from this RFP shall ultimately be determined by
Maharashtra Police.
iii.
No oral conversations or agreements with any official, agent, or employee of
Maharashtra Police shall affect or modify any terms of this RFP and any alleged oral
agreement or arrangement made by a bidder with any department, agency, official or
employee of Maharashtra Police shall be superseded by the definitive agreement that
results from this RFP process. Oral communications by Maharashtra Police to bidders
shall not be considered binding on it, nor shall any written materials provided by any
person other than Maharashtra Police.
iv.
Neither the bidder nor any of the bidder’s representatives shall have any claims
whatsoever against Maharashtra Police or any of their respective officials, agents, or
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employees arising out of or relating to this RFP or these procedures (other than those
arising under a definitive service agreement with the bidder in accordance with the
terms thereof).
v.
Until the contract is awarded and during the currency of the contract, bidders shall not,
directly or indirectly, solicit any employee of Maharashtra Police to leave Maharashtra
Police or any other officials involved in this RFP process in order to accept employment
with the bidder, or any person acting in concert with the bidder, without prior written
approval of Maharashtra Police.
e. Rights to the Content of the Proposal
All proposals and accompanying documentation of the Technical proposal will become the
property of Maharashtra Police and will not be returned after opening of the technical
proposals. The commercial proposals that are not opened will be returned to the bidders.
Maharashtra Police is not restricted in its rights to use or disclose any or all of the information
contained in the proposal and can do so without compensation to the bidders. Maharashtra
Police shall not be bound by any language in the proposal indicating the confidentiality of the
proposal or any other restriction on its use or disclosure.
f.
Modification and Withdrawal of Proposals
No proposal may be withdrawn in the interval between the deadline for submission of proposals
and the expiration of the validity period specified by the bidder on the proposal form. Entire bid
security may be forfeited if any of the bidders withdraw their bid during the validity period.
g. Non-Conforming Proposals
i.
A proposal may be construed as a non-conforming proposal and ineligible for
consideration:
a. If it does not comply with the requirements of this RFP. Failure to comply with the
technical requirements, and acknowledgment of receipt of amendments, are
common causes for holding proposals non-conforming
b. If a proposal appears to be “canned” presentations of promotional materials that do
not follow the format requested in this RFP or do not appear to address the
particular requirements of the proposed solution, and any such bidders may also be
disqualified
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h. Disqualification
The proposal is liable to be disqualified in the following cases or in case bidder fails to meet the
bidding requirements as indicated in this RFP:
i.
Proposal not submitted in accordance with the procedure and formats prescribed in this
document or treated as non-conforming proposal
ii.
During validity of the proposal, or its extended period, if any, the bidder increases his
quoted prices
iii.
The bidder qualifies the proposal with his own conditions
iv.
Proposal is received in incomplete form
v.
Proposal is received after due date and time at the designated venue
vi.
Proposal is not accompanied by all the requisite documents
vii.
If bidder provides quotation only for a part of the project
viii.
Information submitted in technical proposal is found to be misrepresented, incorrect or
false, accidentally, unwittingly or otherwise, at any time during the processing of
the contract (no matter at what stage) or during the tenure of the contract
including the extension period if any
ix.
Commercial proposal is enclosed with the same envelope as technical proposal
x.
Bidder
tries
to
influence
the
proposal
evaluation
process
unlawful/corrupt/fraudulent means at any point of time during the bid process
xi.
In case any one bidder submits multiple proposals or if common interests are found in
two or more bidders, the bidders are likely to be disqualified, unless additional
proposals/bidders are withdrawn upon notice immediately
xii.
Bidder fails to deposit the Performance Bank Guarantee (PBG) or fails to enter into a
contract within 30 working days of the date of notice of award of contract or within
such extended period, as may be specified by Maharashtra Police.
xiii.
Bidders may specifically note that while evaluating the proposals, if it comes to
Maharashtra Police’s knowledge expressly or implied, that some bidders may have
colluded in any manner whatsoever or otherwise joined to form an alliance resulting in
delaying the processing of proposal then the bidders so involved are liable to be
disqualified for this contract as well as for a further period of three years from
participation in any of the tenders floated by Maharashtra Police.
xiv.
The bid security envelope, response to the pre-qualification criteria, technical proposal
and the entire documentation (including the hard and soft/electronic copies of the
same) submitted along with that should not contain any information on price,
pricing policy, pricing mechanism or any information indicative of the commercial
aspects of the bid.
by
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Maharashtra Police
Conflict of Interest
Bidder shall furnish an affirmative statement as to the absence of, actual or potential conflict of
interest on the part of the Bidder or any consortium partner due to prior, current, or proposed
contracts, engagements, or affiliations with NCRB/ MHA or State Government. Additionally, such
disclosure shall address any and all potential elements (time frame for service delivery,
resource, financial or other) that would adversely impact the ability of the Bidder to complete
the requirements as given in the RFP. Please use form given in Annexure – Other Formats for
making declaration to this effect.
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2. BID OPENING AND EVALUATION PROCESS
2.1. BID OPENING SESSIONS
a. Total transparency will be observed while opening the proposals/bids.
b. Maharashtra Police reserves the rights at all times to postpone or cancel a scheduled bid
opening.
c. The bids will be opened, in two sessions, one for pre-qualification & Technical and one for
Commercial of those bidders whose technical bids qualify, in the presence of bidders’
representatives who choose to attend the Bid opening sessions on the specified date, time
and address. The bidders’ representatives who are present shall sign a register evidencing
their attendance. In the event of the specified date of bid opening being declared a holiday
for Maharashtra Police, the Bids shall be opened at the same time and location on the next
working day. However if there is no representative of the bidder, Maharashtra Police shall
go ahead and open the bid of the bidders.
d. Preliminary scrutiny of the uploaded bid documents will be made to determine whether
they are complete, whether required bid security has been furnished, and requisite
documents have been uploaded. Bids not conforming to such preliminary requirements will
be prima facie rejected.
e. The bid security will be opened by Maharashtra Police for bid evaluation, in the presence of
bidders’ representatives (only one) who may choose to attend the session on the specified
date, time and address. The Bid Security envelope of the bidders will be opened on the
same day and time, on which the Technical Bid is opened, and bids not accompanied with
the requisite Bid Security or whose Bid Security is not in order shall be rejected.
2.2. OVERALL EVALUATION PROCESS
a. A tiered evaluation procedure will be adopted for evaluation of proposals, with the technical
evaluation being completed before the commercial proposals are opened and compared.
b. Maharashtra Police will review the technical bids of the short-listed bidders to determine
whether the technical bids are substantially responsive. Bids that are not substantially
responsive are liable to be disqualified. Maharashtra Police may seek inputs from their
professional, external experts in the technical and commercial evaluation process.
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c. The Maharashtra Police shall assign technical score to the bidders based on the technical
evaluation criteria. The bidders with a technical score above the threshold as specified in the
technical evaluation criteria shall technically qualify for the commercial evaluation stage.
d. The commercial bids for the technically qualified bidders will then be opened and reviewed
to determine whether the commercial bids are substantially responsive.
2.3. EVALUATION OF TECHNICAL PROPOSALS
a. The evaluation of the Technical bids will be carried out in the following manner:
b. The bidders' technical solution proposed in the bid document is evaluated as per the
requirements specified in the RFP and adopting the evaluation criteria spelt out in this RFP.
The Bidders are required to submit all required documentation in support of the evaluation
criteria specified (e.g. detailed project citations and completion certificates, client contact
information for verification, profiles of project resources and all others) as required for
technical evaluation.
c. Proposal Presentations: The Tender Evaluation Committee constituted by the Maharashtra
Police may invite each bidder to make a presentation to Maharashtra Police at a date, time
and venue decided by Maharashtra Police. The purpose of such presentations would be to
allow the bidders to present their proposed solutions to the committee and orchestrate the
key points in their proposals.
d. The committee may seek oral clarifications from the bidders. The primary function of
clarifications in the evaluation process is to clarify ambiguities and uncertainties arising out
of the evaluation of the bid documents. Oral clarifications provide the opportunity for
the committee to state its requirements clearly and for the bidder to more clearly
state its proposal. The committee may seek inputs from their professional and technical
experts in the evaluation process.
e. Following will be the technical evaluation methodology:
o
Each Technical Bid will be assigned a technical score out of a maximum of 100
points.
o
Only the bidders, who score above the minimum cut-off score in all of the sections
AND score a total Technical score of 70 (Seventy) or more, will qualify for the
evaluation of their commercial bids. In addition, the bidders are also required to
score the minimum cut-off mark defined for each section, as explained in the
Technical Evaluation Criteria.
o
The commercial bids of bidders who do not qualify technically shall be returned
unopened to the bidder’s representatives after the completion of the evaluation
process.
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o
The committee shall indicate to all the bidders the results of the technical
evaluation through a written communication. The technical scores of the bidders
will be announced prior to the opening of the financial bids.
o
The technically short listed bidders will be informed of the date and venue of the
opening of the commercial bids through a written communication.
2.4. PRE-QUALIFICATION CRITERIA
a. The invitation for bids is open to all entities registered in India who fulfil prequalification
criteria as specified below
b. In case of a consortium, the prequalification criteria have to be met by the lead/prime
bidder on its own. MoU / Letter of Association amongst Consortium members must be
furnished with the Technical bid.
c. Bidders declared by Maharashtra Police to be ineligible to participate for unsatisfactory past
performance, corrupt, fraudulent or any other unethical business practices shall not be
eligible.
d. The bidder should not have been blacklisted by any state / central government department,
agency, corporation, urban local body, PSU anytime in the past 3 years.
e. Breach of general or specific instructions for bidding, general and special conditions of
contract with Maharashtra Police or any other Department/ Agency/ Undertaking or
Company under the control of Government of Maharashtra, during the past 5 years may
make a firm ineligible to participate in the bidding process
f. Maharashtra Police reserves its right to subject the bidders to security clearances as it
deems necessary
g. The participation is restricted to companies registered in India.
h. The Bidder shall satisfy all of the criteria below:
i. The Bidder should be an Information Technology System Integrator with a
registered office and operations in India. The company should be operational in
India for at least the last five financial years as on 31st March 2010. The Bidder
has to be a single legal entity.
ii. The bidder (System Integrator) must have an office in Maharashtra or should
furnish an undertaking that the same would be established within two months
of signing the contract.
iii. The Bidder (System Integrator), a single legal entity registered in India, should
be a profitable vendor for the last three years as on 31st March 2010 and must
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have an annual turnover of not less than Rs. 500 Crores in each of the last three
financial years (as on 31-03-2010) from IT services.
iv. The Bidder (System Integrator) must have a proven track record of providing a
successful ‘Turnkey Solution’ for at least five (5) IT-projects1 in last 5 years as on
31st March 2010. Atleast one of the 5 quoted projects should be an integrated
turnkey project of a value of 20 Crores or above in India including setting up and
configuring the hardware (Servers, Desktop, Network Clients) and implementing
software solution including Operating Systems, Infrastructure Management
Software, RDBMS, establishment of LAN / WAN including Firewalls, IPS, PKI, etc.
and providing life cycle support. Work order and completion certificate from
client must be submitted as a proof of work done
v. The Bidder (System Integrator) must have a proven track record of
implementing at least two (2) e-Governance projects2 summing up to a value of
Rs. 10 Crores or above in last 2 years as on 31st March 2010. Work order and
completion certificate from client must be submitted as a proof of work done
vi. The bidder (System Integrator) must have prior experience of working on at
least 1 Software Services Project3 for Government of India, any of the State/UT
governments or Public Sector Units. The project must be worth at least Rs. 1
Crore. Work order and completion certificate from client must be submitted as
a proof of work done
vii. The bidder (System Integrator) must have been assessed and must possess a
valid certification for CMMi Level 3 or above as on the date of contract signing
and the certificate should be valid for atleast a period of one year from the date
of submission of the bid. It is clarified that if the CMMi Level 3 certification of a
company is under renewal, the Bidder may submit the following with his Bid:
1. The last valid CMMi Level 3 or above certificate of the company
2. A proof from the certifying agency stating that the renewal of the
certification is under progress and the date when such renewal was
applied for by the company.
1
Here completion would mean project successfully completed and closed, however partial completion
would mean project implementation successfully completed and project is currently in O&M phase.
2
Here completion would mean project successfully completed and closed, however partial completion
would mean project implementation successfully completed and project is currently in O&M phase.
3
Here completion would mean project successfully completed and closed, however partial completion
would mean project implementation successfully completed and project is currently in O&M phase.
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Such a Bidder will however be required to produce the renewed and active CMMi Level 3 or
above certification of the company before the opening of Commercial Bid. If the Bidder fails to
do so, his Bid will be declared technically disqualified and not considered for further evaluation.
viii. The bidder (System Integrator) must have been assessed and must possess a
valid ISO 9001 or above certificate as on the date of contract signing and the
certificate should be valid for atleast a period of one year from the date of
submission of the bid.
.
Notes:
1. ‘IT-projects’ relates to projects involving IT Infrastructure procurement and commissioning, IT
Application Customization, Integration with legacy systems, Deployment and Maintenance
2. ’E-Governance projects’ is defined as ‘deployment of IT systems for Central/ State Government
Departments or Government Undertakings.
3. ‘Software Services Project’ relates to projects involving development or deployment of an IT
application and Maintenance of the same.
4. In respect of both 1 and 2 above, the respondent should have been directly responsible for the
implementation of the projects and not just a member of a consortium.
5. For items such as Site Preparation, data digitization/ migration, Capacity Building (Training
Personnel) and Handholding the bidder may seek consortium partner for the work, however
Maharashtra Police would be required to provide written approval of such agency. The bidder,
strictly, cannot seek consortium partner for the core activities such as application development
and roll-out of the application. Use of services of a consortium partner for non-core activities as
mentioned above must fulfil the following conditions:
a. The consortium partner must be ISO 9001 in IT services. (ISO 27001) certification
wherever relevant)
b. The consortium partner should have been in Information Technology business for 5
years
c. The consortium partner must have Service Tax registration no./PAN no/Provident
Fund Commissionerate number
d. The consortium partner must have completed 5 projects for Government/PSU
including one project preferably with the State Police Department involving
implementation at Police Stations and Higher Offices
2.5. CONSORTIUM CRITERIA
The following are the requirements for a Consortium:
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•
Maharashtra Police
In order to provide Bundle of services for Implementation, Commissioning and
Maintenance of CCTNS in Maharashtra State the bidder has an option to form a
consortium with other entities.
The number of members in a consortium shall not be more than four (4).
However, the SI shall be the prime bidder and shall be solely responsible for all
implementation of the entire scope of the project;
•
The bid should contain details of all the members of the consortium including their legal
status and specify their roles and responsibilities in the project;
•
The members of the consortium shall enter into a Memorandum of Understanding
(MoU) for the purpose of submitting the proposal and the same shall be submitted to
State/UT with the proposal;
•
Lead member of the consortium shall independently fulfill the qualification criteria and as
a signatory to the agreement be solely responsible for all obligations under the agreement.
2.6. TECHNICAL EVALUATION CRITERIA
The bidders shall meet all the mandatory compliance criteria mentioned below. Failure in
meeting the mandatory compliance criteria will result in disqualification of the bidder.
Mandatory Compliance
The technical response must meet all the following mandatory compliance requirements.
Failure to meet any of the following criteria will result in the disqualification of the technical bid
response.
1.
Submission of Undertaking on Patent Rights in the format prescribed in this RFP
2.
Submission of Undertaking on Conflict of Interest in the format prescribed in this RFP
3.
Submission of Undertaking on Non-malicious Code Certificate in the format
prescribed in this RFP
4.
Submission of Undertaking on Pricing of Items of Technical Response in the format
prescribed in this RFP
5.
Submission of undertaking on Offline Functionality in the format prescribed in this
RFP
6.
Submission of undertaking on Provision of Required Storage Capacity in the format
prescribed in this RFP
7.
Submission of undertaking on Compliance and Sizing of Infrastructure in the format
prescribed in this RFP
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8.
Submission of undertaking on Provision for Support for Software in the format
prescribed in this RFP
9.
Submission of undertaking on Service Level Compliance in the format prescribed in
this RFP
10.
Submission of undertaking on Deliverables in the format prescribed in this RFP
11.
Submission of undertaking on Training for Users in the format prescribed in this RFP
12.
Submission of undertaking on Support to Certification in the format prescribed in
this RFP
13.
Submission of undertaking on Exit Management and Transition in the format
prescribed in this RFP
14.
Submission of undertaking on Continuous Improvement in the format prescribed in
this RFP
15.
Submission of undertaking on Personnel in the format prescribed in this RFP
16.
Submission of undertaking on Provision of Work Environment in the format
prescribed in this RFP
17.
Submission of undertaking on Changes to the Contract Clauses in the format
prescribed in this RFP
18.
The client side, server side, and network infrastructure proposed shall meet all the
specifications mentioned in this RFP. The bidder shall provide compliance matrix for
each of the proposed components indicating compliance.
19.
Detailed logic of arriving at the Storage Capacity provided by the bidder and the
details of the storage configuration (usage space, number of FC and SATA disks with
RAID levels, storage expandability/capability in terms of maximum number of disks,).
20.
Submission of undertaking on OEM Authorization
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2.7. TECHNICAL EVALUATION SCORING MATRIX:
Evaluation Criteria/ Sub-Criteria
A
Description and Evaluation System
Previous Project Experience
Max. Score
35
Previous Software Services (design/development of solution)
project experience in the chosen technology stack
Criteria Cutoff Score
25
Project Size > 2 Cr. = 1
Project Size > 4 Cr. = 2
Project Size > 6 Cr. = 3
Following parameters will be examined for evaluation:
Project start in last 3 years = 1,
Before 3 years = 0
Project value
Recency of the project
A1
Stage of completion of the project (Completed / on-going)
Completed = 1, On-going = 0.5
5
NA
Bidder must provide as a supporting documentary proof in
form of work orders confirming year and Area of activity, value
of services to be delivered for each of the two projects,
Completion / Partial Completion Certificate from Client
confirming year and value of Bidder’s scope of work, scope of
work completed by the Bidder and its value along with
Reference details of the Client
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Evaluation Criteria/ Sub-Criteria
Maharashtra Police
Description and Evaluation System
Max. Score
Criteria Cutoff Score
Project Size > 25 Cr. = 1
Previous project experience related to Site Preparation and
Installation and Commissioning of Client Side Infrastructure
Project Size > 40 Cr. = 2
Project Size > 75 Cr. = 3
for multi-site, geographically spread project locations
A2
5
Project value
Project start in last 3 years = 1,
Before 3 years = 0
Recency of the project
Stage of completion of the project (Completed / on-going)
Completed = 1, On-going = 0.5
A3
Previous project experience related to Networking for multi
site, geographically spread project locations
Project Size > 25 Cr. = 1
Following parameters will be examined for evaluation:
Project Size > 75 Cr. = 3
Project Size > 40 Cr. = 2
Project value
5
Project start in last 3 years = 1,
Before 3 years = 0
Recency of the project
Stage of completion of the project (Completed / ongoing)
Completed = 1, On-going = 0.5
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Evaluation Criteria/ Sub-Criteria
Previous project experience related to Setting up of
Infrastructure (Server, Storage,…) for a Data Center and
Disaster Recovery Center
Maharashtra Police
Description and Evaluation System
Max. Score
Criteria Cutoff Score
Project Size > 2 Cr. = 1
Project Size > 4 Cr. = 2
Project Size > 6 Cr. = 3
Following parameters will be examined for evaluation:
A4
Project value
Project start in last 3 years = 1,
Before 3 years = 0
Recency of the project
Stage of completion of the project (Completed / on-going)
A5
5
Completed = 1, On-going = 0.5
Previous project experience in implementing Capacity Building
/ Change Management
Project Size > 2 Cr. = 1
Following parameters will be examined for evaluation:
Project Size > 6 Cr. = 3
Project Size > 4 Cr. = 2
Project value
5
Recency of the project
Stage of completion of the project (Completed / on-going)
Project start in last 3 years = 1,
Before 3 years = 0
Completed = 1, On-going = 0.5
A6
Previous project experience in Data Migration / Data
Digitization
Project Size > 2 Cr. = 1
Following parameters will be examined for evaluation:
Project Size > 6 Cr. = 3
Project Size > 4 Cr. = 2
5
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Evaluation Criteria/ Sub-Criteria
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Description and Evaluation System
Max. Score
Criteria Cutoff Score
15
10
Project value
Recency of the project
Stage of completion of the project (Completed / on-going)
A7
Previous project experience in Operations and Maintenance of
the project
B
Detailed Methodology
B1
Methodology for Data Migration/Data Digitization
B2
Methodology for Change Management and Capacity Building
B3
Methodology for Exit Management
Project start in last 3 years = 1,
Before 3 years = 0
Completed = 1, On-going = 0.5
> 1 Year = 3
> 2 Years = 4
> 3 Years = 5
Basic Project structure, feasibility and
risk analysis. = 2
Management / Technical
approaches = 1
Implementation Management, Quality
assurance and estimates of efforts = 2
Basic Project structure, feasibility and
risk analysis. = 2
Management / Technical
approaches = 1
Implementation Management, Quality
assurance and estimates of efforts = 2
Comprehensiveness and Completeness
of the Plan = 2
5
5
5
5
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Description and Evaluation System
Max. Score
Criteria Cutoff Score
35
25
Suitability of the plan to the States
requirements = 3
C
C1
Proposed Team and Governance Structure
Proposed Governance Structure and Escalation Mechanism
Proposed team and profiles for CAS (State)-implementation
C2
and rollout, Configuration, Customization and Application
development
C3
C4
C5
Proposed team and profiles for Capacity Building/Change
management
Proposed team and profiles for Data Migration / Data
Digitization
Proposed team and profiles for Infrastructure setup (Data
Centre establishment)
Refer to Matrix for the Evaluation of
Project Team & Governance Structure
provided below
5
Refer to Matrix for the Evaluation of
Project Team & Governance Structure
provided below
8
Refer to Matrix for the Evaluation of
Project Team & Governance Structure
provided below
5
Refer to Matrix for the Evaluation of
Project Team & Governance Structure
provided below
2
Refer to Matrix for the Evaluation of
Project Team & Governance Structure
provided below
6
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Description and Evaluation System
Max. Score
Refer to Matrix for the Evaluation of
Project Team & Governance Structure
provided below
3
Proposed team and profiles for Domain Experts
Refer to Matrix for the Evaluation of
Project Team & Governance Structure
provided below
3
C8
Proposed team for Operations and Maintenance
Refer to Matrix for the Evaluation of
Project Team & Governance Structure
provided below
3
D
Project Plan
C6
C7
Proposed team and profiles for Networking and related
components
15
Criteria Cutoff Score
10
Solution meeting the technical
requirement of project = 2,
Not meeting the technical
requirement = 0
D1
Comprehensiveness of the project plan
D2
Activities, sequencing, dependencies among activities
Proper implementation plan given
using
project management tool = 1 ,
No project plan submission = 0
Project Plan document wherein the
phases for the project will be described
3
3
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Description and Evaluation System
Max. Score
Criteria Cutoff Score
and a timeline will be provided for
each activity. = 2
No Plan submission = 0
Proposal with monthly plan for
activities
based on the scope of the work = 1,
No Plan Submission = 0
D3
Resource planning, allocation and loading
Proper allocation plan for proposed
deployment of manpower for timely
completion of project = 3,
Resource Allocation planning not
3
given = 0
Reporting mechanism clearly defined
as per requirement of RFP = 2
Reporting method not defined = 0
D4
Proposed Status Reporting mechanism
D5
Risk Management & Mitigation plan
Project Monitoring Tools and System
offered = 1
Project Monitoring Tool and System
not
offered = 0
Risk Management and Mitigation plan
submitted = 3
3
3
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Description and Evaluation System
Max. Score
Criteria Cutoff Score
100
70
Non submission of risk management
and mitigation plan = 0
Total Technical Score
Matrix for the Evaluation of Project Team & Governance Structure
Academic Qualifications
Team Details
Total Experience in related
field
Proposed size of the
team
Max Marks
> 10 Years Exp. = 2
>= 5 Years Exp. = 1
< 5 Years Exp. = 0
> = 1 PM = 1
5
>= 2 Years Experience = 2
< 2 Years Experience = 0
> = 30 No = 4
>= 20 No. = 2
< 20 No. = 0
8
Criteria
BE / BTech with MBA
and PMP / PRINCE2 certification
C1 - Project Manager
C2 - Proposed team and
profiles for CAS
Customization,
Configuration and
Compliance = 2
Non Compliance = 0
BE / BTech / MCA with Product
certification for proposed stack
Compliance = 2
Non Compliance = 0
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Integration
C3 - Proposed team and
profiles for Capacity
Building/Change
management
C4 - Proposed team and
profiles for Data Migration
C5 - Proposed team and
profiles for Infrastructure
setup (Data Centre
establishment)
C6 - Proposed team and
profiles for Networking
and
related components
C7 - Proposed team and
profiles for Domain
Experts
MCA / MBA / MSC / BSC / BCA or
equivalent
Compliance = 2
Non Compliance = 0
BE / BTech / MCA/ MSC (CS/IT) with
Product certification for proposed stack
Compliance = 1
Non Compliance = 0
For DBA - BE / BTech/ MCA with
Certification on proposed database
Compliance = 1
Non Compliance = 0
For System Administrator - BE /BTech /
MCA with Certification on proposed OS
and DC Equipments
Compliance = 1
Non Compliance = 0
For Network Administrator - B. Tech or
BE/ BTech/ M.Sc. (IT/CS) with Certification
(CCNA/CCNP) on proposed Networking
items
Compliance = 1
Non Compliance = 0
BE / BTech / MCA / MBA or equivalent
Compliance = 1
Non Compliance = 0
>= 2 Years Experience = 1
< 2 Years Experience = 0
>=100 No. =
2
< 100 No. =
0
5
>= 2 Years Experience = 0.5
< 2 Years Experience = 0
>=5 No. = 0.5
< 5 No. = 0
2
>= 2 Years Experience = 2
< 2 Years Experience= 0
>=5 No. = 2
< 5 No. = 0
6
>= 2 Years Experience = 1
< 2 Years Experience = 0
>=3 No. = 1
< 3 No. = 0
3
>= 2 Years Experience = 1
< 2 Years Experience = 0
>=3 No. = 1
< 3 No. = 0
3
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C8 - Proposed team for
Operations and
Maintenance
BE (CS) / MCA / M.Sc. (IT/CS) or equivalent
Compliance = 1
Non Compliance = 0
Maharashtra Police
>= 2 Years Experience = 1
< 2 Years Experience = 0
>= 12 No. = 1
< 12 No. = 0
3
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2.8. TECHNICAL PROPOSAL
1. All the mandatory undertakings
2. The technical proposal should address all the areas/ sections as specified by the RFP and
should contain a detailed description of how the bidder will provide the required services
outlined in this RFP. It should articulate in detail, as to how the bidder’s Technical Solution
meets the requirements specified in the RFP Volume I. The technical proposal must not
contain any pricing information. In submitting additional information, please mark it as
“supplementary” to the required response. If the bidder wishes to propose additional
services (or enhanced levels of services) beyond the scope of this RFP, the proposal must
include a description of such services as a separate and distinct attachment to the
proposal.
3. Previous Project Experience for all the criterion in the technical evaluation matrix in the
format provided in the RFP
4. Proposed Methodology for Data Migration/ Digitization, Change Management / Capacity
Building, and Exit Management
5. The Technical Proposal should address the following:
•
Overview of the proposed solution that meets the requirements specified in the RFP
•
Overall proposed Solution, technology, and deployment architecture
•
Security architecture
•
Integration and Interfacing Architecture
•
Network architecture
•
Details of the Solution as per the format provided in the RFP
•
Bill of material of all the components (i.e. software, hardware, etc.) as per the
formats provided in the RFP
•
Approach & methodology for project development and implementation including
the project plan
•
Overall Governance Structure and Escalation Mechanism
•
Project team structure, size, capability and deployment plan (Total Staffing
plan including numbers)
•
Training and Communication Strategy for key stakeholders of the project
•
Key Deliverables (along with example deliverables, where possible)
•
Project Management, reporting and review methodology
•
Strategy for conducting Operations & Maintenance
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•
Risk Management approach and plan
•
Certification from the OEMs on the Infrastructure proposed by bidder
•
Bidder’s experience in all the project related areas as highlighted in Bid evaluation
criteria
6. Bidder must provide the team structure and the resumes of key profiles within each team
such as Project manager(s), technical experts, domain experts, etc. responsible for the
management of this project in the format provided in the RFP
7. Comprehensive Project Plan Along with Manpower deployment plan and resources to be
dedicated to the project.
8. The technical proposal shall also contain bidder’s plan to address the key challenges
anticipated during the execution of the project
9. Maharashtra Police is also open to any suggestions that the bidder may want to render with
respect to the approach adopted for the assignment in the light of their expertise or
experience from similar assignments. However, this should not lead to the submission
date being missed or extended.
2.9. EVALUATION OF COMMERCIAL BIDS
1. The Commercial Bids of only the technically qualified bidders will be opened for evaluation.
2. Since the payments to the SI will made over a period of over six years (a period of 12
months for the Implementation Phase followed by five years for Operations and
Maintenance Services), the DCF method will be used to compare different payment terms,
including advance payments and progressive stage payments to the SI so as to bring them to
a common denomination for determining lowest bidder.
3. The Maharashtra Police will evaluate the offers received by adopting Discounted Cash Flow
(DCF) method with a discounting rate in consonance with the existing government
borrowing rate. The DCF is defined in the Glossary of Management and Accounting Terms,
published by the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India. DCF method would be
used for evaluation of bids. The bid with the lowest Net Present Value (NPV) determined
using the DCF method will be selected.
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4. Detailed modalities for applying DCF technique are as below:
•
Net Present Value (NPV) method will be used for evaluation of the Commercial
Offer. The Net Present Value of a contract is equal to the sum of the present values
of all the cash flows associated with it. The formula for calculating NPV of a
Commercial Offer is illustrated in Para (6) below.
•
Discounting rate to be used under the method is to be the Government of India’s
lending rate on loans given to State / UT Governments. These rates are notified by
Budget Division of Ministry of Finance annually. The latest one is Ministry of Finance
OM No F5 (3) PD/2008 dated 30 October 2008 (as per which the borrowing rate is
9%). The State / UT will evaluate the offers received by adopting Discounted Cash
Flow (NPV) method with a discounting rate of 9%.
•
NPV will be calculated on the annual cash outflows.
•
Standard software for example ‘Excel’, ‘Lotus 1-2-3’ or any other spreadsheet, which
comes preloaded as part of a personal computer will be used for NPV analysis.
•
The blended person month cost for 300 person months will be considered in the
cash flows in the first year
•
The NPV will be calculated using the formula below:
NPV = C0 + C1/(1+r)1 + C2/(1+r)2 + C3/(1+r)3 + C4/(1+r)4 + C5/(1+r)5
+…..+Cn/(1+r)n
Where,
i.
C0 ... Cn are the yearly cash outflows as illustrated below
ii.
C0 is the Sum of the below components
a. Sub-total for Services Provided During Implementation Phase
(Sum of items 1 – 7, refer to Pricing Summary Sheet)
b. Blended Person Month Cost for 300 Person Months (refer to
Pricing Summary Sheet)
iii.
Cn is Cost of Operations and Maintenance Services for the nth year
after “Go-Live”
iv.
r is the annual discounting rate as specified in Para (2) above
For Quality and Cost based Evaluation (QCBS), the following formula will be used for the
evaluation of the bids.
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The scores will be calculated as:
Bn = 0.3*Tn + (0.7)*(Cmin/Cb * 100)
Where
i.
Bn = overall score of bidder under consideration (calculated up to
two decimal points)
ii.
Tn = Technical score for the bidder under consideration
iii.
Cb = NPV (as calculated above) for the bidder under consideration
iv.
Cmin = Lowest NPV (as calculated above) among the financial
proposals under consideration
The bidder achieving the highest overall score will be invited for negotiations for awarding the
contract. In case of a tie where two or more bidders achieve the same highest overall score, the
bidder with the higher technical score will be invited first for negotiations for awarding the
contract.
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3. AWARD OF CONTRACT
3.1. AWARD CRITERIA
Maharashtra Police will award the Contract to the successful bidder whose proposal has been
determined to be substantially responsive and has been determined as the best value proposal.
3.2. MAHARASHTRA POLICE’S RIGHT TO ACCEPT ANY PROPOSAL AND TO REJECT
ANY OR ALL PROPOSALS
Maharashtra Police reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal, and to annul the
tendering process and reject all proposals at any time prior to award of contract, without
thereby incurring any liability to the affected bidder or bidders or any obligation to inform the
affected bidder or bidders of the grounds for Maharashtra Police's action.
3.3. NOTIFICATION OF AWARD
Prior to the expiration of the validity period, Maharashtra Police will notify the successful bidder
in writing or by fax or email, to be confirmed in writing by letter, that its proposal has been
accepted. The notification of award will constitute the formation of the contract. Upon the
successful bidder's furnishing of performance bank guarantee, Maharashtra Police will promptly
notify each unsuccessful bidder and return their EMD/ Bid Security.
3.4. CONTRACT FINALIZATION AND AWARD
The Maharashtra Police shall reserve the right to negotiate with the bidder(s) whose proposal
has been ranked best value bid on the basis of Technical and Commercial Evaluation to the
proposed Project. If it is unable to finalize the contract with the bidder ranked first due to any
reason, the Maharashtra Police may proceed to and negotiate with the next ranked bidder, and
so on as per General Financial Rules (GFR) until a contract is awarded. Maharashtra Police
reserves the right to present a contract to the bidder selected for negotiations. A contract will
be awarded to the responsible, responsive bidder whose proposal conforms to the RFP and is, in
the opinion of the Maharashtra Police, the most advantageous and represents the best value to
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the proposed project, price and other factors considered. Evaluations will be based on the
proposals, and any additional information requested by the Maharashtra Police. Proposed
project will involve the payment for the contract based on not only successful delivery of the
solution but also on the success of the project after “Go-live”.
3.5. SIGNING OF CONTRACT
At the same time as Maharashtra Police notifies the successful bidder that its proposal has been
accepted, Maharashtra Police shall enter into a separate contract, incorporating all agreements
(to be discussed and agreed upon separately) between Maharashtra Police and the successful
bidder. The Model agreement (Draft MSA) is provided in RFP Volume III.
Maharashtra Police shall have the right to annul the award in case there is a delay of more than
30 days in signing of contract, for reasons attributable to the successful bidder.
3.6. FAILURE TO AGREE WITH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE RFP
Failure of the successful bidder to agree with the Terms & Conditions of the RFP shall constitute
sufficient grounds for the annulment of the award, in which event Maharashtra Police may
award the contract to the next best value bidder as per section 2.8 in this Volume or call for new
proposals or invoke the PBG.
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4. PAYMENT TERMS AND SCHEDULE
4.1. PERFORMANCE BANK GUARANTEE
•
A PBG of 10% of value of the contract would be furnished by the bidder in the form of a
Bank Guarantee as per the format provided in this RFP from Indian Public Sector Banks or
Private Sector Banks authorized by the Government to conduct Government transaction. At
present HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank and AXIS Bank are the only three private sector banks
authorized by the Government. Details of the bank are to be furnished in the commercial
offer.
•
The PBG should be furnished within 15 calendar days from the signing of the contract and
should be valid for entire term of the contract.
•
Nodal Agency may forfeit the Performance Guarantee for any failure on part of Bidder to
complete its obligations under the Agreement.
•
The Performance Guarantee shall be returned to the Bidder within 30 days of the date of
successful discharge of all contractual obligations at the end of the period of the Agreement
by the Nodal Agency
•
In the event of any amendments to Agreement, the Bidder shall within 15 days of receipt of
such amendment furnish the amendment to the Performance Guarantee as required.
4.2. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES
In the event of the Bidder's failure to submit the Bonds, Guarantees and Documents and supply
the solution / equipment as per schedule specified in this RFP, Maharashtra Police may at its
discretion withhold any payment until the completion of the contract. Maharashtra Police may
also deduct from the Bidder as agreed, liquidated damages to the sum of 0.5% of the contract
price of the delayed/undelivered services (as detailed in Volume I of this RFP) for every week of
delay or part of a week, subject to the maximum value of the Liquidated Damages being not
more than 10% of the value of delayed services. This right to claim any liquidated damages shall
be without prejudice to other rights and remedies available to Maharashtra Police under the
contract and law.
4.3. PAYMENT SCHEDULES AND MILESTONES
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The successful bidder will sign a Service Level Agreement (SLA) with Maharashtra Police covering
all the required services.
The payment schedule and milestones are divided into two phases:
A. Implementation Phase
B. Operations and Maintenance Phase
S. No.
Payment Milestones for the Implementation phase
% Payment
A. Implementation Phase
1.
M1: Advance against submission of Bank Guarantee
5%
2.
M2: Pre – Go Live Readiness* at all Police Stations & higher
offices in all Districts
15%
3.
M3: Go-Live** at all Police Stations & higher offices in all
Districts
20%
4.
M4: Successful integration with CAS (Center) and successful
transfer of the data for three months in succession
5%
B. Operations and Maintenance Phase***
5.
Ten half-yearly installments over Five years from the “Go-Live” 55%
date, each installment being a maximum of 5.5% of total
contract value depending upon the quarterly performance
level assessed on the basis of SLAs defined in this RFP
Note: All payments to the Implementation Vendor shall be made upon submission of invoices
along with relevant sign-offs from Maharashtra Police.
1. *Pre – Go Live Readiness of Districts requires Completion and Acceptance of the following
activities in at least 50% of the Police Stations / Higher Offices in each of the Districts
SRS, design documents, test cases and test plan
Data Migration / Digitization
Capacity Building Program covering the targeted personnel
Change Management Initiatives covering the targeted personnel
Site Preparation
Delivery and Commissioning of Client Side Infrastructure
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Networking
2. **Go-Live requires Completion and Acceptance of the following activities in at least 85% of
the Police Stations / Higher Offices in each of the Districts
o
SRS, design documents, test cases and test plan
o
Data Migration / Digitization
o
Capacity Building Program covering the targeted personnel
o
Change Management Initiatives covering the targeted personnel
o
Site Preparation
o
Delivery and Commissioning of Client Side Infrastructure
o
Networking
o
Commission of the Configured, Customized, and Extended CAS (State)
o
The PS / HO have completely migrated to the new application and the police
station and the higher offices’ personnel are successfully conducting the
intended functions through the application
The above payments are subject to meeting of SLA’s failing which the appropriate deductions as
mentioned in the SLA section of Vol 1 of this RFP
3. ***The operations and maintenance phase is for a period of five years post Go-Live in the
last district. The lump-sum cost quoted for the Operations and Maintenance Phase will be
divided into 10 equated instalments and made as 10 equal payments upon satisfactorily
adhering to the SLAs. The payments during the Operations and Maintenance Phase will be
made at the end of every six months after the delivery of the services upon satisfactorily
adhering to the SLAs defined in the volume 1 of this RFP. The successful bidder will be
required to submit a compliance report at the end of every month and a consolidated
compliance report at the end of 6 months based on which these payments would be made.
Please note:
The above payments are subject to meeting of SLA’s failing which the appropriate
deductions as mentioned in the SLA section of Vol. 1 of this RFP
All the hardware proposed under this project should be along with an AMC for 5 years
post Successful Go-Live of the project
The successful bidder will also be responsible to maintain the AMC for the existing
hardware that bidder will use during the implementation of this project.
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The payment will be made on the basis of the actual quantity of the items procured.
CLIENT will have the right for reduction / addition in the quantity proposed. Any
payments will be done on the basis of the unit rates quoted by the bidder in the
Commercial bid.
The cost for the manpower will also be done on the actual basis i.e. category of the
manpower deployed and the period of deployment.
For the payment purposes, price reduction shall be applied on pro rata basis on all head,
sub heads and items of the commercial bid.
Any fluctuation in prices due to inflation, tax regulations, will be borne by the bidder
and not be passed on to CLIENT
Whenever the penalty is levied on System Integrator for failing to meet the required
SLA, the half year instalment shall be paid and the penalty (if any) will be adjusted in the
subsequent half yearly instalment (s)
Any delay on account of CLIENT officials (and not attributable to the SI) shall not be
taken into account while computing adherence to service levels for the SI. While CLIENT
will ensure that any Sign off / Comments are provided within a period of 15 working
days from the submission of deliverables by the SI.
Any monetary figure in decimal shall be rounded off to the nearest INR
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FORMATS FOR RESPONSE – PRE-QUALIFICATION BID
Pre-Qualification Requirements Proposal: Bidders are requested to submit their responses for
the Pre-Qualification Requirements in five (5) parts, clearly labeled according to the following
categories.
1. Part I – Details of the Organization
a. This part must include a general background of the respondent organization (limited to 400
words) along with other details of the organization as per the format provided in the RFP.
Enclose the mandatory supporting documents listed in format provided in the RFP.
b. The bidder must also provide the financial details of the organization (as per format
provided in the RFP). Enclose the mandatory supporting documents listed in format
provided in the RFP.
c. Address of the Office in the Maharashtra or alternatively an undertaking that the same
would be established within two months of signing the contract.
2. Part II – Relevant IT Project Experience
a. Respondents must provide details of IT project experience in the areas relevant to the
CCTNS implementation requirements, as per the format provided in the RFP. The projects
mentioned here should match with the projects quoted by the respondent in order to
satisfy the qualification requirements. Enclose the mandatory supporting documents listed
in format provided in the RFP.
3. Part III – Relevant e-Governance Project Experience
a. Respondents must provide details of e-Governance project experience in the areas relevant
to the CCTNS implementation requirements, as per the format provided in the RFP. The
projects mentioned here should match with the projects quoted by the respondent in order
to satisfy the qualification requirements. Enclose the mandatory supporting documents
listed in format provided in the RFP.
4. Part IV – Relevant Software Services Project Experience
a. Respondents must provide details of Software Services project experience in the areas
relevant to the CCTNS implementation requirements, as per the format provided in the RFP.
The projects mentioned here should match with the projects quoted by the respondent in
order to satisfy the qualification requirements. Enclose the mandatory supporting
documents listed in format provided in the RFP.
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5. Part V – Proof of Certification
a. Assessment and Certification of the required certification (CMMi Level 3 or above and ISO
9001 or above)
A. Organizational Details
Details of the Organization
Name
Nature of the legal status in India
Nature of business in India
Date of Incorporation
Date of Commencement of Business
Address of the Headquarters
Address of the Registered Office in India
Other Relevant Information
Mandatory Supporting Documents:
a) Certificate of Incorporation from Registrar Of Companies( ROC)
b) Relevant sections of Memorandum of Association of the company or filings to the
stock exchanges to indicate the nature of business of the company
B. Financial Strength Details
Financial Information
FY 2007-08
FY 2008-09
FY 2009-10
Revenue (in INR crores)
Profit Before Tax (in INR crores)
Other Relevant Information
Mandatory Supporting Documents:
a) Auditor Certified financial statements for the last three financial years; 2007-08, 200809, and 2009-10 (Please include only the sections on P&L, revenue and the assets, not
the entire balance sheet.)
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Maharashtra Police
Project Experience
Relevant IT project experience
General Information
Name of the project
Client for which the project was executed
Name and contact details of the client
Project Details
Description of the project
Scope of services
Service levels being offered/ Quality of
service (QOS)
Technologies used
Outcomes of the project
Other Details
Total cost of the project
Total cost of the services provided by the
respondent
Duration of the project (no. of months,
start date, completion date, current status)
Other Relevant Information
Mandatory Supporting Documents:
a) Letter from the client to indicate the successful completion of the projects
Project Capability Demonstration
Complete details of the scope of the project shall be provided to indicate the relevance to the
pre-qualification criterion (which is part of minimum qualification criteria).
These capabilities may be spread over the five projects (which are part of minimum
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qualification criteria) and not essentially in this project alone.
D.
Relevant eGovernance Project Experience
Relevant e-Governance project experience
General Information
Name of the project
Client for which the project was executed
Name and contact details of the client
Project Details
Description of the project
Scope of services
Service levels being offered/ Quality of
service (QOS)
Technologies used
Outcomes of the project
Other Details
Total cost of the project
Total cost of the services provided by the
respondent
Place (town, state) where the project was
executed (deployment, operations and
maintenance)
Duration of the project (no. of months,
start date,
completion date, current
status)
Other Relevant Information
Project Capability Demonstration
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Relevant e-Governance project experience
Complete details of the scope of the project shall be provided to indicate the relevance to
the pre-qualification criterion (which are part of minimum qualification criteria)
Following are the capabilities essential for the project. These capabilities may be spread over
the 2 projects (which are part of minimum qualification criteria) and not essentially in this
project alone. However, demonstration of these capabilities is compulsory. Respondents are
required to provide information substantiating their qualification related to the any/ all of
the capabilities. The capabilities are:
1. Online Portal Applications using SOA/Web Services with Service Orchestration –
Software Architecture, Design, Development, and Maintenance:
Should have demonstrated this in multiple large-scale projects
Should have implemented in situations requiring high availability, security and scalability
Should have demonstrated capabilities to meet and exceed performance levels and service
levels
2. System Integration:
Should have demonstrated ability to deliver turnkey projects successfully from design
through deployment
Should have a demonstrated ability to integrate with legacy systems as well as other new
software systems
Should have demonstrated experience in installation, commissioning and provisioning of
hardware, software, network in Data Centre environments
3. Project and Program Management:
Should have extensive experience in large scale project and program management
Should have experience handling multiple stakeholders and locations
Should have extensive experience in implementing and supporting projects for users in
multiple locations.
4. Financial Strength:
Should have financial capability to mobilize resources for large multi-year e-governance
projects
5. Capacity Building and Change Management, Awareness and Promotion:
Should have demonstrated capability in conducting capacity building and change
management programs for government stakeholders
Should have demonstrated capability in conducting promotion and awareness campaigns for
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Relevant e-Governance project experience
user communities
E.
Relevant Software Services Project Experience
Relevant IT project experience
General Information
Name of the project
Client for
executed
which
the
project
was
Name and contact details of the client
Project Details
Description of the project
Scope of services
Service levels being offered/ Quality of
service (QOS)
Technologies used
Outcomes of the project
Other Details
Total cost of the project
Total cost of the services provided by the
respondent
Duration of the project (no. of months,
start date, completion date, current
status)
Other Relevant Information
Mandatory Supporting Documents:
a) Letter from the client to indicate the successful completion of the projects
Project Capability Demonstration
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Relevant IT project experience
Complete details of the scope of the project shall be provided to indicate the relevance to
the pre-qualification criterion (which are part of minimum qualification criteria)
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6. FORMATS FOR RESPONSE - TECHNICAL BID
A. Profiles of Previous Project Experience
Relevant Project experience4
General Information
Name of the project
Client for which the project was executed
Name and contact details of the client
Project Details
Description of the project
Scope of services
Service levels being offered/ Quality of
service (QOS)
Technologies used
Outcomes of the project
Other Details
Total cost of the project
Total cost of the services provided by the
respondent
Duration of the project (no. of months,
start date,
completion date, current
status)
Other Relevant Information
Mandatory Supporting Documents:
a) Letter from the client to indicate the successful completion of the projects
4
No. of citations have been defined in section 2.6
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Project Capability Demonstration
Please provide complete details regarding the scope of the project to indicate the relevance to
the requested technical evaluation criterion.
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B. Solution Information
The below list is
indicative only
Proposed Solution
5
(Provide the Product
Name or fill Custom
Built, in case of a new
development)
Version & Year
of Release
OEM
Features &
Functionalities
O&M Support
(Warranty/ATS/… as
required as per RFP)
Provided By
Reference in the
Submitted
Proposal (Please
provide page
number/sectionnumber/volume)
CAS (State)
Solution
Web Server
Application Server
Database
Operating System
Others
Reporting Engine
5
It is possible that the SI has not suggested the solution as the list is indicative only. In case any of the item is not provided, the SI may indicate N/A in the
corresponding cells
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The below list is
indicative only
Proposed Solution
5
(Provide the Product
Name or fill Custom
Built, in case of a new
development)
Version & Year
of Release
Maharashtra Police
OEM
Features &
Functionalities
O&M Support
(Warranty/ATS/… as
required as per RFP)
Provided By
Reference in the
Submitted
Proposal (Please
provide page
number/sectionnumber/volume)
Email/Messaging
Search Engine
Portal Server
Workflow Engine
Rules Engine
Directory Services
DMS/CMS
Security
Identity
Management
Audit
ETL
Any Other
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indicative only
Proposed Solution
5
(Provide the Product
Name or fill Custom
Built, in case of a new
development)
Version & Year
of Release
Maharashtra Police
OEM
Features &
Functionalities
O&M Support
(Warranty/ATS/… as
required as per RFP)
Provided By
Reference in the
Submitted
Proposal (Please
provide page
number/sectionnumber/volume)
Proposed
CAS (State) Offline
Solution
Synchronization
Solution
Application
Container
Database
Others
Operating System
(In case the
suggested solution
will need a
particular kind of
O/S on the client
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indicative only
Proposed Solution
5
(Provide the Product
Name or fill Custom
Built, in case of a new
development)
Version & Year
of Release
Maharashtra Police
OEM
Features &
Functionalities
O&M Support
(Warranty/ATS/… as
required as per RFP)
Provided By
Reference in the
Submitted
Proposal (Please
provide page
number/sectionnumber/volume)
machine)
Any Other
Proposed
Technical
Environment
Project
Management
Information
System (PMIS)
Please provide
the
list
of
services offered
as part of the
PMIS solution
Configuration
Management
Issue Tracker
Any Other
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indicative only
Proposed Solution
5
(Provide the Product
Name or fill Custom
Built, in case of a new
development)
Version & Year
of Release
Maharashtra Police
OEM
Features &
Functionalities
O&M Support
(Warranty/ATS/… as
required as per RFP)
Provided By
Reference in the
Submitted
Proposal (Please
provide page
number/sectionnumber/volume)
Proposed
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C. Bill of Material – Software Solution
The below list is
indicative only 6
Proposed
Solution (Provide
the Product
Name or fill
Custom Built, in
case of a new
development) 7
Unit of
Measurem
ent
Number of
Licences
(Development
Environment) 8
Number of
Licences (UAT)
5
Number of
Licences
(Training) 5
Number of
Licenses
(Data Center
- Production)
Number of
Licences (DR
Site)5
5
CAS (State) Solution
Web server
Application Server
Database
6
In case the number of licenses offered are different for each of the services within the solution (ex, multiple services within EMS are provisioned with different licenses), please insert
rows under the solution head and provide the information
7
8
It is possible that the SI has not suggested the solution as the list is indicative only. In case any of the item is not provided, the SI may indicate N/A in the corresponding cells
Please indicate N/A where not applicable. Please indicate N/L where there is no license requirement
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indicative only 6
Proposed
Solution (Provide
the Product
Name or fill
Custom Built, in
case of a new
development) 7
Unit of
Measurem
ent
Maharashtra Police
Number of
Licences
(Development
Environment) 8
Number of
Licences (UAT)
5
Number of
Licences
(Training) 5
Number of
Licenses
(Data Center
- Production)
Number of
Licences (DR
Site)5
5
Operating System
Others
Reporting Engine
Email/Messaging
Search Engine
Portal Server
Workflow Engine
Rules Engine
Directory Services
DMS/CMS
Security
Identity Management
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The below list is
indicative only 6
Proposed
Solution (Provide
the Product
Name or fill
Custom Built, in
case of a new
development) 7
Unit of
Measurem
ent
Maharashtra Police
Number of
Licences
(Development
Environment) 8
Number of
Licences (UAT)
5
Number of
Licences
(Training) 5
Number of
Licenses
(Data Center
- Production)
Number of
Licences (DR
Site)5
5
Audit
ETL
Any Other Proposed
CAS (State)
Solution
Offline
Synchronization
Solution
Application Container
Database
Others
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indicative only 6
Proposed
Solution (Provide
the Product
Name or fill
Custom Built, in
case of a new
development) 7
Unit of
Measurem
ent
Maharashtra Police
Number of
Licences
(Development
Environment) 8
Number of
Licences (UAT)
5
Number of
Licences
(Training) 5
Number of
Licenses
(Data Center
- Production)
Number of
Licences (DR
Site)5
5
Operating System (In
case the suggested
solution will need a
particular kind of O/S
on the client machine)
Any Other Proposed
Technical
Environment at NCRB
Project Management
Information System
Configuration
Management
Issue Tracker
Any Other Proposed
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D. Bill of Material - Infrastructure
number/
section
number/
Additional
Information as
HBA (if applicable)
LAN Ports (if applicable)
the
Server
HDD (if applicable)
hosted on
Compliance
Matrix
RAM (if applicable)
be
Year of Introduction
Proposal(Pl
ease
provide
page
proposed
to
Make and Model
information
in the
Submitted
Services
Qty
/storage
Architecture (RISC/EPIC/CISC) (if applicable)
Server
Operating System along with Version (if
applicable)
Reference
of the
Processors and number of cores offered (if
applicable)
Technical Bill of Materials – H/W
Require to
indicate the
compliance to
the
requirements
in the RFP (ex,
Capacity, Disk
Space)
Provided as
per the
format given
in the RFP
(Yes/No)
In case the
matrix is not
provided,
Data Sheets
Provided in the
Proposal
(Yes/No)
In case the
datasheets are
not provided,
please provide
the same
Please provide
the same
volume)
Data Centre
Production CAS
(State)Application
Services Related
Servers(Web,
Portal,
Application,
Database,
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Directory)
Insert each item in
a separate row as
required
Technical
Environment at
NCRB (Project
Management,
Configuration
Management,
Issue Tracker,…)
Insert each
item in a separate
row as required
UAT Environment
Insert each item in
a separate row as
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required
Training
Environment
Insert each item in
a separate row as
required
Disaster Recovery
Production CAS
(State) Application
Services Related
Servers (Web,
Portal,
Application,
Database,
Directory..)
Insert each item in
a separate row as
required
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E. Team Profile
Format for the Profiles
Name of the person
Current Designation / Job Title
Current job responsibilities
Proposed Role in the Project
Proposed Responsibilities in the Project
Academic Qualifications:
•
Degree
•
Academic institution graduated from
•
Year of graduation
•
Specialization (if any)
•
Key achievements and other relevant information (if any)
Professional Certifications (if any)
Total number of years of experience
Number of years with the current company (the SDA)
Summary of the Professional / Domain Experience
Number of complete life cycle implementations carried out
The names of customers (Please provide the relevant names)
Past assignment details (For each assignment provide details
regarding name of organizations worked for, designation,
responsibilities, tenure)
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Prior Professional Experience covering:
•
•
Organizations worked for in the past
o
Organization name
o
Duration and dates of entry and exit
o
Designation
o
Location(s)
o
Key responsibilities
Prior project experience
o
Project name
o
Client
o
Key project features in brief
o
Location of the project
o
Designation
o
Role
o
Responsibilities and activities
o
Duration of the project
Please provide only relevant projects.
Proficient in languages (Against each language listed indicate if
read/write/both)
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7. FORMAT FOR BID RESPONSE – COMMERCIAL BID
A. Commercial Proposal Cover Letter
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Dear Sir,
Ref: RFP for Selection of System Integrator for the Implementation of CCTNS in Maharashtra
Police
Having examined the RFP Document, the receipt of which is hereby duly acknowledged, we, the
undersigned, offer to provide the services, as required and outlined in the RFP. In order to meet
such requirements and to provide services as set out in the RFP document, following is our
quotation summarizing our Commercial Proposal.
We attach hereto the Commercial Proposal as required by the Bid document, which constitutes
our proposal.
We undertake, if our proposal is accepted, to the services as put forward in the RFP or such
modified requirements as may subsequently be agreed mutually by us and Maharashtra Police
or its appointed representatives.
We will obtain necessary bank guarantees in the formats given in the bid document issued by a
bank in India, acceptable to Maharashtra Police and furnish them within the time frames set out
in the RFP
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We agree for unconditional acceptance of all the terms and conditions in the bid document and
we also agree to abide by this bid response for a period of SIX (6) MONTHS from the date fixed
for commercial bid opening and it shall be valid proposal till such period with full force and
virtue. Until within this period a formal contract is prepared and executed, this bid response,
together with your written acceptance thereof in your notification of award, shall constitute a
binding contract between Maharashtra Police and us.
We confirm that the information contained in this proposal or any part thereof, including its
exhibits, schedules, and other documents and instruments delivered or to be delivered to
Maharashtra Police is true, accurate, and complete. This proposal includes all information
necessary to ensure that the statements therein do not in whole or in part mislead Maharashtra
Police as to any material fact.
We agree that you are not bound to accept the lowest or any bid response you may receive. We
also agree that you reserve the right in absolute sense to reject all or any if the products/ service
specified in the bid response without assigning any reason whatsoever.
It is hereby confirmed that I/We are entitled to act on behalf of our corporation/company/
agency/organization and empowered to sign this document as well as such other documents,
which may be required in this connection.
Dated this
2011
Day of
(Signature)
(In the capacity of)
Duly authorized to sign the Bid Response for and on behalf of:
(Name and Address of Company)
Seal/Stamp of SI
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CERTIFICATE AS TO AUTHORISED SIGNATORIES
I, certify that I am
……………….
of
the
…………………………….,
and
that
……………………………………………………………… who signed the above proposal is authorized to bind
the company, pursuant to the resolution passed in the meeting of Board of Directors of the
company on _________(date).
Date
(Seal here)
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B. Form 1 – Pricing Summary
Sr.
No.
Description
Total
Price
(INR)
Services
Phase
Provided
During
Taxes
and
Other
Duties
Total
Amount
(INR)
Total
Amount
in Words
Implementation
1.
Systems Study and Configuration
Customization and Extension (New
Modules) of CAS (State) and Integration
with CAS (Center) and External Agencies
and Support to 3rd party acceptance
testing, audit and certification
2.
Site preparation at the Client site
locations (police stations, circle offices,
Commissionerates, Range offices, Zones,
SCRB, SDPOs, District HQ and State HQ),
Training Centres and Data Center.
3.
IT Infrastructure at the Client site
locations (police stations, circle offices,
Commissionerates, Range offices, Zones,
SCRB, SDPOs, District HQ and State HQ).
4.
IT infrastructure at Data centre and
Disaster recovery site including the
necessary hardware and software
5.
Data migration and Digitization of
Historical Data
6.
Change Management , Capacity Building
7.
Handholding Support ( 1 person per
Police station for 6 months)
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Maharashtra Police
Sub-total for Services Provided During
Implementation Phase (Sum of items 1
– 7):
Services Provided During Post Implementation
Phase
8.
Operations and Maintenance Services
for the 1st year after “Go-Live”
9.
Operations and Maintenance Services
for the 2nd year after “Go-Live”
10.
Operations and Maintenance Services
for the 3rd year after “Go-Live”
11.
Operations and Maintenance Services
for the 4th year after “Go-Live”
12.
Operations and Maintenance Services
for the 5th year after “Go-Live”
B
Sub-total for Services Provided During
Post Implementation Phase (Sum of
items 8 – 12):
C
Blended Person Month Cost for 300
Person Months
Grand Total for
Consideration of L1 (A + B + C)
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Form 2: Detailed Component-Wise Pricing
Sr. No.
Category
Component
No. of
Components /
Units of
Service (X)
Rate (Per
unit)
Total Cost
(=X*Y )
(Y)
A: Hardware Related Costs with the AMC for the period of 5 years from the Go-Live of the project
1.
Infrastructure /
Hardware
2.
PCs
4733
HDD 160GB
1033
Duplex Laser
Printer
802
Multi-Function
Laser
(Print/Scan/Copy)
1618
UPS for 120min
backup
1006
2KVA Generator
Set
1033
Fingerprint Reader
1033
Digital Camera
1033
Electronic Pen
1033
OPE (Paper/Toner)
Across 1363
for 3 years
Infrastructure
Installation and
Testing /
Miscellaneous
Charges
Total A.
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Category
Component
No. of
Components /
Units of
Service (X)
Maharashtra Police
Rate (Per
unit)
Total Cost
(=X*Y )
(Y)
B : Application Development &
1.
Application and
Portal
Development
Total B.
C: Operations and Maintenance Costs (Quarterly Expenses for 5 years of contract after ‘”GoLive”) – as detailed in RFP Volume 1
1.
Application
Maintenance &
Operational
Expense
including
upgradation,
deployment of
patches, fixes
etc.
2.
Infrastructure
Maintenance
Expense
(Helpdesk,
deployed
hardware etc.)
Total C.
D: Support Manpower
1.
Programmer
2.
System
Analyst
3.
Database
Administrator
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Category
4.
Project
Manager
5.
Any other
Component
No. of
Components /
Units of
Service (X)
Maharashtra Police
Rate (Per
unit)
Total Cost
(=X*Y )
(Y)
Total D.
E.
Data Digitization
1.
Cost of
digitization of
Data for the
last 10 Years
Integrated
Investigation
Forms Records
2344800
(Avg. no of fields
per record – 40
Avg. no of
characters per
field – 25)
Total E.
F.
1.
2.
Training Cost
Awareness
and
sensitization
of benefits of
IT
Approx 3739
Personnel
Basic
Computer
Awareness &
Role based
training for
application
Approx 93211
Personnel
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Category
Component
Maharashtra Police
No. of
Components /
Units of
Service (X)
Rate (Per
unit)
Total Cost
(=X*Y )
(Y)
users
3.
Trainers
Training
4.
Approx - 443
Personnel
System
Administration
Approx 5244
Personnel
Total F.
G.
Data Centre Related Costs
1.
Deployment
of requisite
infrastructure
at Data Centre
2.
3.
4.
5.
Data Center
Storage Cost
1
Disaster
Recovery
(DR)
Storage
Cost
1
Data Center
Server Cost
1
DR Center
Server Cost
1
Outsourced
manpower for
Data Centers
2nos. x 3shifts
for 4 yrs., with
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Category
Component
No. of
Components /
Units of
Service (X)
Maharashtra Police
Rate (Per
unit)
Total Cost
(=X*Y )
(Y)
10% increase in
cost / year
Total G.
H.
1.
2.
O&M of Data Center (AMC @ 10% for 3 years)
All the O&M
cost for
managing the
data center
services
Manpower
Maintenance of
the H/w &
system software
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8. ANNEXURE – OTHER FORMATS
Bidder shall separately submit these undertakings and declaration.
A. Non – Disclosure Agreement (NDA)
[Company Letterhead]
This AGREEMENT (hereinafter called the “Agreement”) is made on the [day] day of the month of
[month], [year], between, Maharashtra Police, on the one hand, (hereinafter called the
“Purchaser”) and, on the other hand, [Name of the bidder] (hereinafter called the “Bidder”)
having its registered office at [Address]
WHEREAS
The “Purchaser” has issued a public notice inviting various organizations to propose for hiring
services of an organization for provision of services under the CCTNS Project (hereinafter called
the “Project”) of the Purchaser;
The Bidder, having represented to the “Purchaser” that it is interested to bid for the proposed
Project,
The Purchaser and the Bidder agree as follows:
1. In connection with the “Project”, the Purchaser agrees to provide to the Bidder a Detailed
Document on the Project vide the Request for Proposal contained in three volumes. The
Request for Proposal contains details and information of the Purchaser operations that are
considered confidential.
2. The Bidder to whom this Information (Request for Proposal) is disclosed shall:
a. Hold such Information in confidence with the same degree of care with which the
Bidder protects its own confidential and proprietary information;
b. Restrict disclosure of the Information solely to its employees, agents and
contractors with a need to know such Information and advise those persons of their
obligations hereunder with respect to such Information;
c. Use the Information only as needed for the purpose of bidding for the Project;
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d. Except for the purpose of bidding for the Project, not copy or otherwise duplicate
such Information or knowingly allow anyone else to copy or otherwise duplicate
such Information; and
e. Undertake to document the number of copies it makes
f.
On completion of the bidding process and in case unsuccessful, promptly return to
the Purchaser, all Information in a tangible form or certify to the Purchaser that it
has destroyed such Information.
3. The Bidder shall have no obligation to preserve the confidential or proprietary nature of any
Information which:
a. Was previously known to the Bidder free of any obligation to keep it confidential at
the time of its disclosure as evidenced by the Bidder’s written records prepared
prior to such disclosure; or
b. Is or becomes publicly known through no wrongful act of the Bidder; or
c. Is independently developed by an employee, agent or contractor of the Bidder not
associated with the Project and who did not have any direct or indirect access to the
Information.
4. The Agreement shall apply to all Information relating to the Project disclosed by the
Purchaser to the Bidder under this Agreement.
5. The Purchaser will have the right to obtain an immediate injunction enjoining any breach of
this Agreement, as well as the right to pursue any and all other rights and remedies available
at law or in equity for such a breach.
6. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed as granting or conferring rights of
license or otherwise, to the bidder, in any of the Information. Notwithstanding the
disclosure of any Information by the Purchaser to the Bidder, the Purchaser shall retain title
and all intellectual property and proprietary rights in the Information. No license under any
trademark, patent or copyright, or application for same that are now or thereafter may be
obtained by such party is either granted or implied by the conveying of Information. The
Bidder shall not alter or obliterate any trademark, trademark notice, copyright notice,
confidentiality notice or any notice of any other proprietary right of the Purchaser on any
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copy of the Information, and shall reproduce any such mark or notice on all copies of such
Information.
7. This Agreement shall be effective from the date the last signature is affixed to this
Agreement and shall continue in perpetuity.
8. Upon written demand of the Purchaser, the Bidder shall (i) cease using the Information, (ii)
return the Information and all copies, notes or extracts thereof to the Purchaser forthwith
after receipt of notice, and (iii) upon request of the Purchaser, certify in writing that the
Bidder has complied with the obligations set forth in this paragraph.
9. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties relating to the
matters discussed herein and supersedes any and all prior oral discussions and/or written
correspondence or agreements between the parties. This Agreement may be amended or
modified only with the mutual written consent of the parties. Neither this Agreement nor
any right granted hereunder shall be assignable or otherwise transferable.
10. CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION IS PROVIDED “AS IS” WITH ALL FAULTS. IN NO EVENT SHALL
THE PURCHASER BE LIABLE FOR THE ACCURACY OR COMPLETENESS OF THE CONFIDENTIAL
INFORMATION.
11. This Agreement shall benefit and be binding upon the Purchaser and the Bidder and their
respective subsidiaries, affiliate, successors and assigns.
12. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the Indian laws.
For and on behalf of the Bidder
____(Signature)______
(Name of the Authorized Signatory)
Date
Address
Location:
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B. Format for submission of Queries for CLarifiation
Bidders requiring specific points of clarification may communicate with Maharashtra Police
during the specified period using the following format:
<<Name & Address>>
BIDDER’S REQUEST FOR CLARIFICATION
Full formal address of the
Name of Organization
Name & position of person
submitting request
submitting request
organization including phone,
fax and email points of
contact
Tel:
Fax:
Email:
S.
No
Bidding Document
Reference(s) (section
number/ page)
Content of RFP requiring
Points of clarification
Clarification
required
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C.
Maharashtra Police
Earnest Money Deposit
1.
In consideration of ________________ (hereinafter called the “Government”)
represented by ________________, on the first part and M/s ____________ of ___________
(hereinafter referred to as “Bidder”) on the Second part, having agreed to accept the Earnest
Money Deposit of Rs. ________ (Rupees _________) in the form of Bank Guarantee for the
Request for Proposal for procurement of _________ we __________ (Name of the Bank),
(hereinafter referred to as the “Bank”), do hereby undertake to pay to the Government
forthwith on demand without any demur and without seeking any reasons whatsoever, an
amount not exceeding ______ (Rupees _______) and the guarantee will remain valid up to a
period of 180 days from the due date of the tender. It will, however, be open to the
Government to return the Guarantee earlier than this period to the System Integrator, in case
the System Integrator does not qualify for the commercial negotiations by the Commercial
Negotiations Committee (CNC) as constituted by the Government after a recommendation is
made by the CNC on the bid(s) after an evaluation.
2.
In the event of the System Integrator withdrawing the tender before the completion of
the stages prior to the Commercial negotiations or during the Commercial negotiations, as the
case may be, the Guarantee deposited by the System Integrator stands forfeited to the
Government. We also undertake not to revoke this guarantee during this period except with the
previous consent of the Government in writing and we further agree that our liability under the
Guarantee shall not be discharged by any variation in the term of the said tender and we shall
be deemed to have agreed to any such variation.
3.
No interest shall be payable by the Government to the System Integrator on the
guarantee for the period of its currency.
Dated this______________________day of ____________________ 2011
For the Bank of _______________
(Agent/Manager)
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D. Bid Cover Letter
[Cover Letter]
[Date]
To,
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Dear Sir,
Ref: RFP for Selection of System Integrator for Implementation of CCTNS in Maharashtra
Police
Having examined the RFP, the receipt of which is hereby duly acknowledged, we, the
undersigned, offer to provide the professional services as required and outlined in the RFP for
the CCTNS Project.
We attach hereto the technical response as required by the RFP, which constitutes our proposal.
We confirm that the information contained in this response or any part thereof, including its
exhibits, and other documents and instruments delivered or to be delivered to Maharashtra
Police is true, accurate, verifiable and complete. This response includes all information
necessary to ensure that the statements therein do not in whole or in part mislead the
department in its short-listing process.
We fully understand and agree to comply that on verification, if any of the information provided
here is found to be misleading the short listing process, we are liable to be dismissed from the
selection process or termination of the contract during the project, if selected to do so.
We agree for unconditional acceptance of all the terms and conditions set out in the RFP
document and also agree to abide by this tender response for a period of <<SIX MONTHS>>
from the date fixed for bid opening.
We hereby declare that in case the contract is awarded to us, we shall submit the contract
performance guarantee bond in the form prescribed in the Annexure 6.10 of this RFP.
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We agree that you are not bound to accept any tender response you may receive. We also agree
that you reserve the right in absolute sense to reject all or any of the products/ services
specified in the tender response.
It is hereby confirmed that I/We are entitled to act on behalf of our company/ corporation/
firm/ organization and empowered to sign this document as well as such other documents,
which may be required in this connection.
Dated this
Day of
(Signature)
2011
(In the capacity of)
(Name)
Duly authorized to sign the Tender Response for and on behalf of:
(Name and Address of Company)
Seal/Stamp of bidder
Witness Signature:
Witness Name:
Witness Address:
CERTIFICATE AS TO AUTHORISED SIGNATORIES
I,,……………………………, the Company Secretary of …….…………………,
certify
that
……………………………………………………………… who signed the above Bid is authorized to do so and
bind the company by authority of its board/ governing body.
Date:
Signature:
(Company Seal)
(Name)
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E.
Maharashtra Police
Undertaking on Patent Rights
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Patent Rights
Sir,
I/We as System Integrator (SI) do hereby undertake that none of the deliverables being
provided by us is infringing on any patent or intellectual and industrial property rights as per
the applicable laws of relevant jurisdictions having requisite competence.
2. I/We also confirm that there shall be no infringement of any patent or intellectual and
industrial property rights as per the applicable laws of relevant jurisdictions having requisite
competence, in respect of the equipments, systems or any part thereof to be supplied by us.
We shall indemnify Maharashtra Police against all cost/claims/legal claims/liabilities arising
from third party claim in this regard at any time on account of the infringement or
unauthorized use of patent or intellectual and industrial property rights of any such parties,
whether such claims arise in respect of manufacture or use. Without prejudice to the
aforesaid indemnity, the SI shall be responsible for the completion of the supplies including
spares and uninterrupted use of the equipment and/or system or any part thereof to
Maharashtra Police and persons authorized by Maharashtra Police, irrespective of the fact
of claims of infringement of any or all the rights mentioned above.
3. If it is found that it does infringe on patent rights, I/We absolve Maharashtra Police of any
legal action.
1.
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
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F.
Maharashtra Police
Undertaking on Conflict of Interest
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Conflict of Interest
Sir,
I/We as System Integrator (SI) do hereby undertake that there is, absence of, actual or potential
conflict of interest on the part of the SI or any consortium partner due to prior, current, or
proposed contracts, engagements, or affiliations with Maharashtra Police.
I/We also confirm that there are no potential elements (time frame for service delivery,
resource, financial or other) that would adversely impact the ability of the SI to complete the
requirements as given in the RFP.
We undertake and agree to indemnify and hold Maharashtra Police harmless against all claims,
losses, damages, costs, expenses, proceeding fees of legal advisors (on a reimbursement basis)
and fees of other professionals incurred (in the case of legal fees & fees of professionals,
reasonably) by Maharashtra Police and/or its representatives, if any such conflict arises later.
Yours faithfully,
Authorised Signatory
Designation
______________________________________________________________________________________
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G. Non-Malicious Code Certificate
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Non-Malicious Code Certificate
Sir,
1. I/We hereby certify that the software being offered / developed as part of the contract does
not and will not contain any kind of malicious code that would activate procedures to:
a) Inhibit the desired and the designed function of the equipment / solution.
b) Cause damage to the user or his equipment / solution during the operational exploitation of
the equipment / solution.
c) Tap information regarding network, network users and information stored on the network
that is classified and / or relating to National Security, thereby contravening Official Secrets
Act 1923.
2. There are / will be no Trojans, Viruses, Worms, Spywares or any malicious software on the
system and in the software offered or software that will be developed.
3.Without prejudice to any other rights and remedies available to Maharashtra Police, we are
liable under Information Technology Act, 2000 and Indian Penal Code 1860 in case of physical
damage, loss of information and those relating to copyright and Intellectual Property rights
(IPRs), caused due to activation of any such malicious code in offered / developed software.
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Yours faithfully,
Authorised Signatory
Designation
______________________________________________________________________________________
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H. Undertaking On Pricing of Items of Technical Response
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Clarifications sent to Maharashtra Police
Sir,
I/We do hereby undertake that Commercial Proposal submitted by us is inclusive of all the items
in the technical proposal and is inclusive of all the clarifications provided/may be provided by us
on the technical proposal during the evaluation of the technical offer. We understand and agree
that our Commercial Proposal is firm and final and that any clarifications sought by you and
provided by us would not have any impact on the Commercial Proposal submitted by us.
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
______________________________________________________________________________________
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I.
Maharashtra Police
Undertaking on Functional Requirement Specifications
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Functional Requirement Specifications
Sir,
1. I/We as System Integrator do hereby undertake to adhere to all the functional and non –
functional requirement specifications defined for Maharashtra Police for implementing CCTNS
solution.
2. We acknowledge that the functional and non-functional requirements as stated in Volume – I
of the RFP is indicative and that the complete range of functionalities will be identified and
clarified during the systems study phase of the CCTNS project. We further confirm that we
undertake to design and develop the all the functionalities identified during the systems study
phase as required by Maharashtra Police as part of this CCTNS Project.
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
______________________________________________________________________________________
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J.
Maharashtra Police
Undertaking on Offline Functionality
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Offline Functionality
Sir,
1.
I/We as System Integrator do hereby undertake to design and develop all the offline
functionality required by Maharashtra Police for the CCTNS.
2.
We acknowledge that the offline functionality requirement stated in Volume – I of the
RFP is indicative and that the complete range of required offline functionality will be identified
and clarified during the systems study phase of the CCTNS project. We further confirm that we
undertake to design and develop the offline functionality identified during the systems study
phase as required by Maharashtra Police to be part of CCTNS Project.
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
______________________________________________________________________________________
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K. Undertaking on Provision for Required Storage Capacity
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Provision for Required Storage Capacity
Sir,
1. I/We as System Integrator do hereby undertake that the proposed storage at the Data
Center meets the minimum RFP requirements in terms of a minimum usable capacity of
XXTB (with XXTB on FC and XXTB on SATA or equivalent drives with storage array (FC)
configured on Raid XX configuration) on the day of commissioning the infrastructure. The
same will be applicable to the Disaster Recovery Site also.
2. I/We as System Integrator do hereby undertake that the proposed storage at the Data
Center and Disaster Recovery Site as per our sizing will be sufficient to meet the RFP
requirements in terms of storing the case information for XX police stations with an average
of XX cases per month per police station for the historical data of 10 years and future data
of 5 years.
3. Any augmentation of the storage up to XX TB to meet the above said requirements (case
information for XX police stations with an average of XX cases per month per police station
for the historical data of 10 years and future data of 5 years, with an average case file size of
XMB per case file) will be carried out at no additional cost to Maharashtra Police
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
______________________________________________________________________________________
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L.
Maharashtra Police
Undertaking on Compliance and Sizing of Infrastructure
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Compliance and Sizing of Infrastructure
Sir,
1. I/We as System Integrator do hereby undertake that we have proposed and sized the
hardware and all software (including licenses) based on information provided by
Maharashtra Police in it’s RFP document and in accordance with the Service Level
requirements and minimum specifications provided for Software licenses, Servers, SAN
Storage, SAN Switch, Tape Library, Enterprise Management System, Anti Virus, Backup
Software and assure Maharashtra Police that the sizing is for all the functionality envisaged
in the RFP document.
2. Any augmentation of the proposed solution or sizing of any of the proposed solutions
(software, hardware,…) in order to meet the minimum tender requirements and/or the
requisite Service Level requirements given by Maharashtra Police will be carried out at no
additional cost to Maharashtra Police.
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
______________________________________________________________________________________
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M. Undertaking on Provision of Support for Software
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Provision of Support for Software
Sir,
1.
I/We as System Integrator do hereby undertake the provision for ATS/Warranty support
(Services as defined in Section XXX of Volume I (Scope Services) of RFP) by OEM/OSV/IV for all
the primary components (Web Server, Application Server, Database and Operating System) of
the Core Application Software for both State and Centre during the duration of the contract
period.
2.
We also undertake to provide the support needed for any 3rd party products proposed
as part of Application Software during the duration of the contract period.
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
______________________________________________________________________________________
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N. Undertaking on Service Level Compliance
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Service Level Compliance
Sir,
1. I/We as System Integrator do hereby undertake that we shall monitor, maintain, and comply
with the service levels stated in the Addendum to the RFP to provide quality service to
Maharashtra Police.
2. However, if the proposed number of resources is found to be not sufficient in meeting the
tender and/or the Service Level requirements given by Maharashtra Police, then we will
augment the team without any additional cost to Maharashtra Police.
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
______________________________________________________________________________________
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O. Undertaking on Deliverables
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Deliverables
Sir,
1.
I/We as System Integrator do hereby undertake the adherence of CMMi Level 3 or
above certification & ISO 9001 or above certification standards to the processes,
deliverables/artefacts to be submitted to Maharashtra Police proposed as part of the CCTNS
Software for both State and Centre.
2.
We also recognize and undertake that the Deliverables/artefacts shall be presented and
explained to Maharashtra Police and other key stakeholders (identified by Maharashtra Police),
and also take the responsibility to provided clarifications as requested by Maharashtra Police.
3.
We also understand that the acceptance, approval and sign-off of the deliverables by
Maharashtra Police will be done on the advice of State Mission Team/ SPMU. We understand
that while all efforts shall be made to accept and convey the acceptance of each deliverable in
accordance with the project schedule, no deliverable will be considered accepted until a specific
written communication to that effect is made by Maharashtra Police.
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
______________________________________________________________________________________
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P.
Maharashtra Police
Undertaking on Training the Users
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Training the Users
Sir,
1. I/We hereby undertake to train users as per Maharashtra Police’s requirements stated in
the Request for Proposal (RFP). We further undertake that:
i.
We shall carry out a comprehensive training needs analysis and accordingly design
the training program
ii.
Our training program would include, at the minimum, classroom training followed
by supervised work sessions
iii. We shall prepare all necessary training materials and deliver the training
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
______________________________________________________________________________________
Government of Maharashtra
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Q. Undertaking on Support to Certification
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Support to Certification
Sir,
1.
I/We understand that application (including the application and the associated IT
systems) have to be certified by a 3rd party agency (to be identified by Maharashtra Police)
before the system is commissioned.
2.
I/We understand that while the certification expenses will be borne by Maharashtra
Police, the responsibility to ensure successful certification lies with the System Integrator.
3.
I/We hereby undertake that we shall do all that is required of the System Integrator to
ensure that system will meet all the conditions required for successful certification.
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
______________________________________________________________________________________
Government of Maharashtra
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R. Undertaking on Exit Management and Transition
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Exit Management and Transition
Sir,
1.
I/We hereby undertake that at the time of completion of the engagement, we shall
successfully carry out the exit management and transition (to Maharashtra Police or to an
agency identified by Maharashtra Police) to Maharashtra Police’s satisfaction.
2.
I/We further undertake to complete the following as part of the Exit Management and
Transition:
i.
Capacity Building at Maharashtra Police
a. We undertake to design team/organization structure at Maharashtra Police
to manage the system
b. We undertake to carryout an analysis of the skill set requirement at
Maharashtra Police to manage system and carry out the training &
knowledge transfer required at Maharashtra Police to manage system
ii.
Transition of project artefacts and assets
a. We undertake to complete the updating of all project documents and other
artefacts and handover the same to Maharashtra Police before transition
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b. We undertake to design Standard Operating Procedures to manage system
(including application and IT systems), document the same and train
Maharashtra Police personnel on the same.
3.
I/We also understand that the Exit Management and Transition will be considered
complete on the basis of approval from Maharashtra Police.
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
______________________________________________________________________________________
Government of Maharashtra
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S.
Maharashtra Police
Undertaking on Continuous Improvement
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Continuous Improvement
Sir,
1.
I/We understand that Continuous improvement of application is highly critical for
Maharashtra Police and that the System Integrator is expected to be the prime driver of
continuous improvement during the application management phase.
2.
I/We also understand that the improvements proposed as part of this Continuous
Improvement initiative will not be the usual run-of-the-mill enhancements, but will be
significant changes that result in a quantum leap in meeting user needs and improving the
outcomes in policing.
3.
I/We further understand that whether a proposed change forms part of Continuous
Improvement or is a minor change that will have to be incorporated into the application as part
of the Application Management Services will be determined by the State Mission Team. \
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
______________________________________________________________________________________
Government of Maharashtra
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T.
Maharashtra Police
Undertaking on Personnel
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Personnel
Sir,
1. I/We as System Integrator do hereby undertake that those persons whose profiles were
part of the basis for evaluation of the bids and have been identified as “Key Personnel”
of the proposed team, including Project Manager, Lead Technical Architects,
Modelling/Database Expert, Lead Business Analyst, Technical Writer, and Domain Expert
for the design and development of software for the CCTNS project, shall be deployed
during the Project as per our bid submitted in response to the RFP.
2. We undertake that any of the identified “Key Personnel” shall not be removed or
replaced without the prior written consent of Maharashtra Police.
3. Under exceptional circumstances, if the Key Personnel are to be replaced or removed,
we shall put forward the profiles of personnel being proposed as replacements, which
will be either equivalent or better than the ones being replaced. However, whether
these profiles are better or equivalent to the ones being replaced will be decided by
Maharashtra Police. Maharashtra Police will have the right to accept or reject these
substitute profiles.
4. We also undertake to staff the Project with competent team members in case any of the
proposed team members leave the Project either due to voluntary severance or
disciplinary actions against them.
5. We acknowledge that Maharashtra Police has the right to seek the replacement of any
member of the Project team being deployed by us, based on the assessment of
Maharashtra Police that the person in question is incompetent to carry out the tasks
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expected of him/her or found that person does not really possess the skills
/experience/qualifications as projected in his/her profile or on the ground of security
concerns or breach of ethics.
6. In case we assign or reassign any of the team members, we shall be responsible, at our
expense, for transferring all appropriate knowledge from personnel being replaced to
their replacements within a reasonable time.
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
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U. Undertaking on Provision of Work Environment at the Nodal Agency
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Provision of Work Environment at premises of Nodal Agency
Sir,
1. I/We as System Integrator do hereby understand that the onsite team of Software
Development Agency operating out of Maharashtra Police premises will be provided
only with seating space. Any other requirements such as desktops, software will be
System Integrator’s responsibility.
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
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V. Undertaking on Changes to the Contract Clauses
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Undertaking on Changes to Contract Clauses
Sir,
1.
I/We as System Integrator do hereby acknowledge that we understand that the
request for changes to contract clauses and any other terms and conditions in the
RFP, submitted in our proposal as per the RFP are just suggestions for change.
2.
We understand that it is neither guaranteed that these requests for changes will be
accepted in the final contract nor this process will be construed as any commitment
from Maharashtra Police to consider those suggestions.
Yours faithfully,
Authorized Signatory
Designation
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W. Undertaking from OEM on Authorization of use of their OEM products
(Company letterhead)
[Date]
To
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Sub:
Authorization of <company name of SI> to Provide Services Based on Our Product(s)
Sir,
This is to certify that I/We am/are the Original Equipment Manufacturer in respect of the
products listed below. I/We confirm that <name of SI> (“SI”) have due authorization from us to
provide services, to Maharashtra Police, that are based on our product(s) listed below as per
Request for Proposal (RFP) document relating to providing of the solution, Implementation,
training & maintenance services, Information Technology Infrastructure and System Integration
services to Maharashtra Police. We further endorse the warranty, contracting and licensing
terms provided by SI to Maharashtra Police
Sr. No.
Product Name
Remarks
1.
2.
3.
Yours faithfully,
Authorised Signatory
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Designation
OEM’s company name
CC: SI’s corporate name
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E-Governance Mission Mode Project (MMP)
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems
(CCTNS)
Request for proposal for
Selection of System Integrator
for
Implementation, Commissioning and
Maintenance of CCTNS
In
Maharashtra State
Volume – III: Master Service Agreement
Released By: Maharashtra Police
Government Of Maharashtra
Crime & Criminal Tracking Network and Systems Project
Maharashtra Police
TABLE OF CONTENTS
(i)
MASTER SERVICE AGREEMENT .....................................................................................................8
1.
ARTICLE I - DEFINITIONS & INTERPRETATION .................................................................................... 10
1.1. Definitions................................................................................................................................... 10
1.2. Interpretation ............................................................................................................................. 11
1.3. Measurements and Arithmetic Conventions ............................................................................. 12
1.4. Ambiguities within Agreement ................................................................................................... 12
1.5. Priority of documents ................................................................................................................. 13
1.6. Structure ..................................................................................................................................... 13
1.7. Conditions Precedent ................................................................................................................. 14
1.8. Fraud & Corruption..................................................................................................................... 15
2.
ARTICLE II – INITIALIZATION PHASE ................................................................................................. 17
2.1. Scope of Contract ....................................................................................................................... 17
2.2. Scope and Provision of the Deliverables and Services ............................................................... 17
2.3. Acceptance Testing and Certification of the Application for “Go-Live” ..................................... 18
2.4. Commencement and Duration of The SLA ................................................................................. 19
2.5. Approvals and Required Consents.............................................................................................. 19
2.6. Use and Acquisition of Assets ..................................................................................................... 20
2.7. Access to the Department’s or It’s Nominated Agencies’ Location ........................................... 21
3.
ARTICLE III – MANAGEMENT PHASE ................................................................................................ 23
3.1. Governance................................................................................................................................. 23
3.2. Use of Services ............................................................................................................................ 23
3.3. Changes ...................................................................................................................................... 23
3.4. Security and Safety ..................................................................................................................... 23
3.5. Co-Operation .............................................................................................................................. 24
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3.6. Project Review ............................................................................................................................ 24
4.
ARTICLE IV- FINANCIAL ISSUES........................................................................................................ 25
4.1. Terms of Payment and Service Credits and Debits..................................................................... 25
4.2. Invoicing and Settlement ............................................................................................................ 25
4.3. Tax............................................................................................................................................... 25
4.4. Liquidated Damages ................................................................................................................... 26
4.5. Penalties ..................................................................................................................................... 26
5.
ARTICLE V - BREACH AND RECTIFICATION ......................................................................................... 27
5.1. Breach by System Integrator ...................................................................................................... 27
5.2. Termination ................................................................................................................................ 28
5.3. Effects of Termination ................................................................................................................ 28
6.
ARTICLE VI – PROTECTION & LIMITATIONS....................................................................................... 30
6.1. Warranties .................................................................................................................................. 30
6.2. Third Party Claims ....................................................................................................................... 32
6.3. Limitation of Liability .................................................................................................................. 33
6.4. Force Majeure............................................................................................................................. 33
6.5. Data Protection........................................................................................................................... 35
6.6. Confidentiality ............................................................................................................................ 35
6.7. Audit, Access and Reporting ....................................................................................................... 36
6.8. Conflicts of Interest .................................................................................................................... 36
6.9. Non-benefit of Commissions, Discounts .................................................................................... 36
7.
ARTICLE VII - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ............................................................................................ 37
7.1. Intellectual Property ................................................................................................................... 37
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ARTICLE VIII – MISCELLANEOUS ..................................................................................................... 41
8.1. Confidentiality ............................................................................................................................ 41
8.2. Personnel .................................................................................................................................... 43
8.3. Independent Contractor ............................................................................................................. 44
8.4. Sub-Contractors .......................................................................................................................... 44
8.5. Assignment ................................................................................................................................. 45
8.6. Trademarks, Publicity ................................................................................................................. 45
8.7. Notices ........................................................................................................................................ 45
8.8. Variations and Further Assurance .............................................................................................. 46
8.9. Severability and Waiver .............................................................................................................. 46
8.10. Compliance with Laws and Regulations ..................................................................................... 46
8.11. Ethics........................................................................................................................................... 46
8.12. Entire Agreement ....................................................................................................................... 47
8.13. Survivability ................................................................................................................................ 47
9.
ARTICLE IX - DISPUTES AND LAW .................................................................................................... 48
9.1. Dispute Resolution...................................................................................................................... 48
9.2. Amendment ................................................................................................................................ 48
(ii)
SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENT .............................................................................................. 50
1.
ARTICLE I: General Provisions of the Service Level Agreement ................................................. 51
1.1. Structure ..................................................................................................................................... 52
1.2. Objectives of the Agreement...................................................................................................... 53
1.3. Scope of the Agreement ............................................................................................................. 53
1.4. Agreement Owners..................................................................................................................... 53
1.5. Commencement and Duration of This SLA ................................................................................. 54
1.6. Terms of Payment and Service Credits and Debits..................................................................... 54
1.7. Updating the Service Level Agreement ...................................................................................... 54
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1.8. Document History ....................................................................................................................... 55
1.9. Scope of services ........................................................................................................................ 55
1.10. Annexure: Detailed SLAs............................................................................................................. 57
(iii)
NON DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT ......................................................................................... 86
(i)
LIST OF SCHEDULES..................................................................................................................... 90
1.
SCHEDULE I: CHANGE CONTROL SCHEDULE ........................................................................ 90
1.1. Change Control Procedure ......................................................................................................... 90
1.2. Change Control Note ("CCN") ..................................................................................................... 90
1.3. Quotation.................................................................................................................................... 91
1.4. Costs ........................................................................................................................................... 92
1.5. Reporting/Review ....................................................................................................................... 92
1.6. Obligations .................................................................................................................................. 92
2.
SCHEDULE II: EXIT MANAGEMENT SCHEDULE..................................................................... 95
2.1. Exit Management........................................................................................................................ 95
2.1.1. Purpose ....................................................................................................................................... 95
2.1.2. Transfer of Project Assets ........................................................................................................... 95
2.1.3. Cooperation and Provision of Information................................................................................. 96
2.1.4. Confidential Information, Security And Data ............................................................................. 96
2.1.5. Employees................................................................................................................................... 97
2.1.6. Transfer Of Certain Agreements................................................................................................. 98
2.1.7. Rights Of Access To Premises ..................................................................................................... 98
2.1.8. General Obligations Of The System Integrator .......................................................................... 98
2.2. Exit Management Plan................................................................................................................ 98
2.2.1. Exit Management at the end of the Contract Period ................................................................. 99
2.2.2. Transfer Cost............................................................................................................................. 100
3.
SCHEDULE III: AUDIT, ACCESS AND REPORTING SCHEDULE ............................................... 101
3.1. Purpose ..................................................................................................................................... 101
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3.2. Audit Notice And Timing ........................................................................................................... 101
3.3. Access ....................................................................................................................................... 102
3.4. Audit Rights............................................................................................................................... 102
3.5. Audit Rights of Sub-Contractors, Suppliers and Agents ........................................................... 102
3.6. Action and Review .................................................................................................................... 103
3.7. Terms of Payment For Audit ..................................................................................................... 103
3.8. Records and Information .......................................................................................................... 103
4.
SCHEDULE IV: GOVERNANCE SCHEDULE........................................................................... 103
4.1. Purpose ..................................................................................................................................... 103
4.2. Governance Structure............................................................................................................... 104
4.3. Governance Procedures ........................................................................................................... 104
4.4. Liaison Between The Sub Contractors (Arbitration) ................................................................. 105
4.5. System Integrator’s Project Management (PM) Structure Requirement................................. 105
5.
SCHEDULE V: INVOICING AND SETTLEMENT SCHEDULE .................................................... 107
6.
SCHEDULE VI: TERMS OF PAYMENT SCHEDULE................................................................. 109
6.1. Payment Terms ......................................................................................................................... 109
6.2. Third Party Audits ..................................................................................................................... 110
6.3. Additional Costs ........................................................................................................................ 110
6.4. Taxes and Statutory Payments ................................................................................................. 110
6.5. Pricing Schedule........................................................................................................................ 111
6.6. Payment Schedule .................................................................................................................... 111
7.
SCHEDULE VII: IMPLEMENTATION PLAN, AND DELIVERABLES ........................................... 113
8.
SCHEDULE VIII: PROJECT FINANCIALS SCHEDULE .............................................................. 116
8.1. Form 1 - Pricing Summary........................................................................................................ 116
8.2. Form 2 - Details of Cost Components ...................................................................................... 118
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KEY TERMS
For the purposes of this agreement, some key terms have been defined as below:
Term
Definition
The Department
Maharashtra Police, Government of Maharashtra
Auditor
Auditor shall mean ‘Third Party Auditor’ deployed by Maharashtra Police
Go-Live
The date on which the proposed solution becomes operational after
successful conclusion of all acceptance tests to the satisfaction of
Maharashtra Police or as provided in this RFP
Acceptance of the proposed solution by Maharashtra Police after
clearance by the ‘Third Party Auditor’ deployed by Maharashtra Police
Acceptance
Proposals
Proposal submitted by bidders in response to this RFP issued by
Maharashtra Police
Contract Value /
Total Contract
Value
Value finally agreed between Maharashtra Police and the selected Bidder
for the delivery of services mentioned in this RFP; which will be the
maximum value paid to the selected bidder on this contract
Note: The agreement provided below is a draft of the agreement that will be signed between
Maharashtra Police and the Selected Bidder. Maharashtra Police however reserves the right
to change any part of this agreement before it is actually signed.
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(i) MASTER SERVICE AGREEMENT
THIS AGREEMENT is made this ___ day of [
], 2011, by and between:
(i) The Maharashtra Police, Government of Maharashtra having its Head office at
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya, Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg, Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
hereinafter referred to as "Maharashtra Police" (which term or expression unless
excluded by or repugnant to the subject or context shall mean and include its
successors-in- office and assigns) of the FIRST PART;
AND
(ii) ___________, a company registered under the Indian Companies Act, 1956 having its
registered office at __________ and place of business at _________________________
(hereinafter referred to as "System Integrator", which expression, unless excluded by or
repugnant to the subject or context thereof, shall mean and include its successors-in office
and assigns) of the SECOND PART.
WHEREAS
A. Maharashtra Police is desirous that the System Integrator should assist in implementation of
Project CCTNS for the Department.
B. Maharashtra Police undertook selection of an System Integrator adopting an open tender
route, through competitive bidding for the implementation of Crime and Criminal Tracking
and Network Systems for Maharashtra Police and issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) dated
[…./…/2011];
C. The System Integrator has been selected as the successful bidder to undertake the
Implementation
of
CCTNS
for
Maharashtra
Police
involving the design (if any), development, implementation, operation & maintenance of
entire solution for meeting the scope of work and the service levels prescribed for the same,
by Maharashtra Police.
D. Maharashtra Police intends to accord to the System Integrator the right to undertake and
implement CCTNS for Maharashtra Police on the terms and conditions set forth in the
agreement;
E. The System Integrator in pursuance of its proposal undertakes to implement CCTNS for
Maharashtra Police during the period as stated in the Section 5 of Volume I of this RFP.
F. The System integrator is ready in pursuance of its bid to undertake to implement CCTNS for
Maharashtra Police during the specified Term. As part of the acceptance inter alia, the
System integrator shall furnish the Performance Guarantee as defined in this Agreement;
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G. All the conditions stated in the Request of Proposal (RFP) and the minutes of the pre-bid
conference shall form part of the Agreement. In case of inconsistency between the RFP or
the minutes and this Agreement, the Agreement shall prevail.
NOW THEREFORE, IN VIEW OF THE MUTUAL PROMISES AND CONSIDERATION SET OUT HEREIN,
Maharashtra Police and the System integrator (each individually a “Party” hereto and
collectively the “Parties”) have agreed to enter into this Master Services Agreement ("MSA") to
govern the way in which System integrator will build and maintain the facilities specified under
this Agreement and the Service Level Agreement (“SLA”) in accordance with roles and
responsibilities of Maharashtra Police and its nominated agencies and the System integrator as
set forth in Section 4, Volume I of this RFP.
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1.
Maharashtra Police
ARTICLE I - DEFINITIONS & INTERPRETATION
1.1.
Definitions
In this Agreement, unless the context requires otherwise:
i.
“Agreement/Contract" means all Schedules and the contents and specifications of the
Volumes I and II, including the annexure, sub-annexure and any further amendments
issued by Maharashtra Police, of the RFP. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the event of
a conflict between this Agreement and Volume I and Volume II of the RFP, the terms of
this Agreement shall prevail. In the event of a conflict between the Agreement and the
Schedules, the terms of the agreement shall prevail;
ii.
“Applicable Law” means the laws and any other instruments having the force of law in
India for the time being.
iii.
“Software” means the software designed, developed, tested and deployed by the
System Integrator for the purposes of rendering the Services to the Stakeholders of the
“Crime and Criminal Tracking and Network Systems” Project and includes the source
code along with associated documentation, which is the work product of the
development efforts involved in the “Crime and Criminal Tracking and Network Systems”
Project and the improvements and enhancements effected during the term of the
Project “This Project”: The project “Crime and Criminal Tracking and Network Systems”
for which this RFP has been issued. This includes all activities, requirements and
specifications as defined in the Volume I and II of this RFP.
iv.
"Deliverables" means the products, infrastructure and services agreed to be delivered
by the System Integrator in pursuance of the agreement as defined more elaborately in
Volume I of the RFP in relation to the Scope of work of the Project and the Operations
and Maintenance Phase and includes all documents related to the solution, user manual,
technical manual, design, process and operating manuals, service mechanisms, policies
and guidelines and source code and all its modifications;
v.
“Effective Date” means the date on which this Agreement is signed;
vi.
“Parties” means Maharashtra Police and System Integrator for the purposes of this SLA.
vii.
“Performance Guarantee” shall mean the guarantee provided by a Nationalized Bank in
favor of Maharashtra Police for an amount specified in Section 4.5 of Volume II of this
RFP;
viii.
Project Implementation” means Project Implementation as per the testing standards
and acceptance criteria prescribed in and in terms of Volume I of the RFP;
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ix.
“Project Engagement Definition” means a written document in the form of a work
order or a letter of engagement issued to the System integrator by Maharashtra Police
or its nominated agencies, or any other written document approved from time to time
by Maharashtra Police or its nominated agencies to evidence the Parties' intention to
engage System integrator to provide Services to Maharashtra Police or its nominated
agencies under the SLA in accordance with this Agreement and to describe the services
to be performed including a Statement of Work
x.
"Proprietary Information" means processes, methodologies and technical and business
information, including designs, flow charts, application software already owned by, or
granted by third Parties to a Party hereto prior to its being made available under this
Agreement, the SLA, or a Project Engagement Definition;
xi.
“RFP” or “Request for Proposal” means the documents containing the Technical,
Functional, Commercial and Legal Specifications for the implementation of this Project,
issued in 3 volumes (referred to as Volume I, Volume II and Volume III including
Annexure, Sub-annexure and schedules) and includes the clarifications, explanations
and amendments issued from time to time by Maharashtra Police.
xii.
"Service Level" means the level of service and other performance criteria which will
apply to the Services as set out in any applicable Project Engagement Definition;
xiii.
“Service Level Agreement (SLA)” means the agreement which shall be executed by the
System Integrator and between the Parties containing the terms and conditions
governing the Service Level requirements applicable to the Services as set out in the RFP
including Volume I, II and III.
xiv.
“Sign-off” shall mean a written certification issued by Maharashtra Police evidencing
the acceptance, approval or completion, as the case may be, of any deliverable including
any documentation or testing, that may be required in terms of the Agreement;
xv.
“Stakeholders” means the Department of Home, Maharashtra Police, other State
Governments agencies, Treasury, Banks, Maharashtra Police Employees, the Project
Consultants & Citizens
xvi.
“Working Day” means all days excluding Maharashtra Government Holidays and other
holidays as applicable for Maharashtra Police
1.2.
Interpretation
In this Agreement, unless otherwise specified:
a) References to Clauses, Sub-Clauses, Paragraphs, Schedules and Annexure are to
clauses, sub-clauses, paragraphs, schedules and annexure to this Agreement;
b) References to any statute or statutory provision include a reference to that
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c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
1.3.
Maharashtra Police
statute or statutory provision as from time to time amended, extended, reenacted or consolidated and to all statutory instruments made pursuant to it.
Words denoting the singular shall include the plural and vice versa
use of any gender includes the other genders;
references to a ‘company’ shall be construed so as to include any company,
corporation or other body corporate, wherever and however incorporated or
established;
references to a ‘person’ shall be construed so as to include any individual, firm,
company, government, state or agency of a state, local or municipal authority or
government body or any joint venture, association or partnership (whether or
not having separate legal personality);
any reference to a ‘day’ shall mean a period of 24 hours running from midnight
to midnight;
references to times are to Indian Standard Time;
a reference to any other document referred to in this Agreement is a reference
to that other document as amended, varied, novated or supplemented at any
time; and all headings and titles are inserted for convenience only. They are to
be ignored in the interpretation of this Agreement.
System integrator (SI) or Vendor or Implementation Agency (IA) has been used
for the same entity i.e. bidder selected for the project.
Unless otherwise expressly stated, the words "herein", "hereof", "hereunder"
and similar words refer to this Agreement as a whole and not to any particular
Article, Schedule. The term Articles, refers to Articles of this Agreement. The
words "include" and "including" shall not be construed as terms of limitation.
The words "day" and "month" mean "calendar day" and "calendar month"
unless otherwise stated. Where, because of a difference in time zone, the
calendar day or calendar month in one Country differs from another Country,
then the calendar day or calendar month shall be deemed to be the calendar
day or calendar month applicable to India. The words "writing" and "written"
mean "in documented form", whether electronic or hard copy, unless otherwise
stated. Any reference to attorneys' fees shall include fees of the professional
assistants of such attorneys.
Measurements and Arithmetic Conventions
All measurements and calculations shall be in the metric system and calculations done to 2
(two) decimal places, with the third digit of 5 (five) or above being rounded up and below 5
(five) being rounded down except in money calculations where such amounts shall be rounded
off to the nearest INR.
1.4.
Ambiguities within Agreement
In case of ambiguities or discrepancies within this Agreement, the following principles shall
apply:
•
as between two Clauses of this Agreement, the provisions of a specific Clause
relevant to the issue under consideration shall prevail over those in a general
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•
•
1.5.
Maharashtra Police
Clause;
as between the provisions of this Agreement and the Schedules, the Agreement
shall prevail, save and except as expressly provided otherwise in the Agreement
or the Schedules; and
as between any value written in numerals and that in words, the value in words
shall prevail.
Priority of documents
This Agreement, including its Schedules, represents the entire agreement between the Parties
as noted in this Clause. If in the event of a dispute as to the interpretation or meaning of this
Agreement it should be necessary for the Parties to refer to documents forming part of the
bidding process leading to this Agreement, then such documents shall be relied upon and
interpreted in the following descending order of priority:
a) This Agreement along with the SLA agreement, NDA agreement, Schedules and
Annexures;
b) Request for Proposal and Addendum / Corrigendum to the Request for Proposal
(if any).
For the avoidance of doubt, it is expressly clarified that in the event of a conflict between this
Agreement, Annexure / Schedules or the contents of the RFP, the terms of this Agreement shall
prevail over the Annexure / Schedules and Annexure / Schedules shall prevail over the contents
and specifications of the RFP.
1.6.
Structure
a. This Agreement shall operate as a legally binding services agreement specifying the
master terms which apply to the Parties under this Agreement and to the provision of
the Services by the System Integrator to Maharashtra Police under the duly executed
Master Service Agreement.
b. The range of the Services under the Agreement shall not be varied, reduced or increased
except by the prior written agreement of Maharashtra Police and System Integrator in
accordance with the Change Control Schedule.
c. The Parties shall execute the MSA, where required, to implement a Project Engagement
Definition.
d. The SLAs in respect of all the activities, within the Scope of Work (as mentioned in
Volume 1 of the RFP) is being entered into concurrently with this Agreement between
the System Integrator and Maharashtra Police. In respect of any future SLAs entered
into between the Parties, each of the Parties shall observe and perform the obligations
set out herein.
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In the event of a change in Control of the System Integrator during this
Agreement, System Integrator shall promptly notify to Maharashtra Police of the
same and in the event that the net worth of the surviving entity is less than that
of System Integrator prior to the change of Control, Maharashtra Police may
within 30 days of his/ her becoming aware of the change in Control, require a
replacement of existing Performance Guarantee furnished by the System
Integrator from a guarantor acceptable to Maharashtra Police (which shall not be
the System Integrator or any of its associated entities). If such a guarantee cannot
be obtained within 30 days of Maharashtra Police becoming aware of the change
in Control, he/ she may exercise its right to terminate the agreement within a
further 30 days by written notice, to become effective when specified in such
notice.
e. Pursuant to termination, the consequences of termination as set out in Article V Section
5.3 will become effective. The internal reorganization of the System Integrator shall not
be deemed an event of a change in Control for purposes of this Article unless the
surviving entity is of less net worth than the predecessor entity. In addition, if the
required qualifications and experience doesn’t exist with the surviving entity, which are
demonstrated through sufficient evidence and documentation, Maharashtra Police
reserves the right to terminate the contract.
f.
The SLA shall be a separate divisible contract in respect of this Agreement.
Conditions Precedent
Subject to express terms to the contrary, the rights and obligations under this Agreement shall
be effective (at any point of time during the course of the Agreement) only upon fulfillment of
all the Conditions Precedent set out in this section. However, Maharashtra Police, may at any
time at its sole discretion waive fully or partially any of the Conditions Precedent for the System
integrator.
1.7.
1.1.1
Conditions Precedent for System integrator
The System integrator shall have to fulfill Conditions Precedent, which are as follows:
a. Provide Performance Security/ Guarantee and other guarantees/ payments to
Maharashtra Police or its nominated agencies, as specified in Volume II of this RFP
which shall stand valid for the entire duration of the project.
b. Provide Maharashtra Police, certified true copies of its constitutional documents and
board resolutions authorizing the execution, delivery and performance of this
Agreement with Maharashtra Police
c. The System integrator will, upon the award of the Project in its favour, declare the
status of all the System integrator Proprietary Information, related to the
products/tools/any another component proposed for “Implementation of CCTNS for
Maharashtra Police” Project, along with documentary support sufficient to establish its
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sole legal rights in the aforesaid Proprietary Information to Maharashtra Police. This
Proprietary Information shall refer to that which has been owned by the System
integrator prior to commencement of the MSA.
d. The System integrator shall have completed/ achieved the acceptance testing and
certification and commissioning of the Total Solution and providing the Services to the
Stakeholders in conformity to this Agreement, successfully and to the satisfaction of
Maharashtra Police as stated in Governance Schedule.
1.1.2
Non-fulfillment of Conditions Precedent
In the event that any of the Conditions Precedent relating to System Integrator has not been
fulfilled and the same has not been waived in writing by Maharashtra Police fully or partially,
this Agreement shall cease to have any effect as of that date.
In the event that the Agreement fails to come into effect on account of non-fulfillment of the
System Integrator's Conditions Precedent, Maharashtra Police shall forthwith forfeit the
Performance Guarantee without any liability in any manner whatsoever to the System
Integrator.
In the event that vacant possession of any of Maharashtra Police’s facilities and/or Maharashtra
Police Data has been delivered to the System Integrator prior to the fulfillment in full of the
Conditions Precedent, upon the termination of this Agreement such Data/facilities shall
immediately revert to Maharashtra Police, free and clear from any encumbrances or claims.
Instead of terminating this Agreement as provided in paragraph 1.3.2(a) above, the Parties may
extend the time for fulfilling the Conditions Precedent and the Term of this Agreement by
mutual agreement. It is clarified that any extension of time shall be subject to imposition of
penalties on the System Integrator linked to the delay in fulfilling the Conditions Precedent. The
penalties to be levied in implementation of the project are referred in Schedule VI of this
agreement.
1.8.
1.1.3
Fraud & Corruption
Definitions:
It is Maharashtra Police’s policy to require that Maharashtra Police as well as the System
Integrator observe the highest standard of ethics during the execution of this Agreement. In
pursuance of this policy, Maharashtra Police defines, for the purpose of this provision, the terms
set forth below as follows:
a. “Corrupt practice” means the offering, receiving or soliciting directly or indirectly, or
anything of value to influence the action of a public official in the selection process or in
the agreement execution;
b. “Fraudulent practice” means a misrepresentation or omission of facts in order to
influence a selection process or the execution of an agreement;
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c. “Collusive practices” means a scheme or arrangement between two or more consultants,
with or without the knowledge of Maharashtra Police, designed to establish prices at
artificial, non-competitive levels;
d. “Coercive practices” means harming or threatening to harm, directly or indirectly,
persons or their property to influence their participation in a selection or procurement
process, or affect the execution of an agreement.
1.1.4
Measures to be taken by the Maharashtra Police
a. Notwithstanding anything else contained in this Agreement, Maharashtra Police may
terminate the agreement if it finds that the representatives of the System Integrator,
were engaged in corrupt, fraudulent, collusive or coercive practices during the selection
process or the execution of the Agreement, and the System Integrator having failed to
take timely and appropriate action satisfactory to Maharashtra Police to remedy the
situation;
b. Maharashtra Police may also impose sanctions against the System Integrator, including
declaring the System Integrator ineligible, either indefinitely or for a stated period of
time, to be awarded a contract if at any time it determines that the System Integrator
has directly or through an agent, engaged in corrupt, fraudulent, collusive or coercive
practices in competing for, or in executing, a Maharashtra Police financed contract.
1.1.5
Commissions and Fees
At the time of execution of this Agreement, the System Integrator shall disclose any
commission or fees that may have been paid or is agreed to be paid to agents,
representatives, or commission agents with respect to the selection process or
execution of this Agreement. The information disclosed must include at least the name
and address of the agent, representative, or commission agent, the amount and
currency, and the purpose of the commission or fee.
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2.
Maharashtra Police
ARTICLE II – INITIALIZATION PHASE
Scope of Contract
This Agreement shall govern the provision of the contracted professional services under the SLA
to Maharashtra Police and its nominated agencies. It is anticipated that new or renewal
agreements may be undertaken by creating a separate SLA, with schedules and exhibits as
required, under this Agreement for each engagement.
2.1.
COMMENCEMENT AND DURATION OF THIS AGREEMENT
This agreement shall come into effect on _____2011 (hereinafter called the “Effective Date”)
and shall continue till the completion of 5 years from date of State-wide rollout of the project,
subject to fulfillment of the rights and obligations of the Parties under the Agreement.
Scope and Provision of the Deliverables and Services
2.2.
a. The provision of Deliverables and Services to the Stakeholders, as the case may be, with
certainty and speed is the essence of the Agreement between the Parties. The scope of
services and deliverables to be provided by the System Integrator are provided in
Volume I of the RFP.
b. The System Integrator assures that it is a competent provider of a variety of information
technology and business process management services. System Integrator will keep
abreast of the relevant technical, managerial and operational requirements applicable
to the provision of the Services and best practices in this area and will share their
knowledge with Maharashtra Police, regarding matters which would assist Maharashtra
Police, in its use of the Services, provided that System Integrator shall not be obligated
to share other client information or confidential information of System Integrator not
relevant to this Agreement.
c.
The Services shall be performed by the System Integrator pursuant to project
engagements under the SLA entered into in accordance with the MSA.
d. The System Integrator shall perform the Services:
1. In a good professional manner commensurate with professional industry
and technical standards which are generally in effect for international
projects and innovations pursuant thereon similar to those contemplated by
this Agreement with minimal disruptions to Maharashtra Polices normal
business and statutory operations.
2. So as to comply with the applicable Service Levels, if any, in accordance with
the Terms and Conditions of the applicable Project Engagement Definition.
e. The Parties shall each ensure that the range of the Services under the SLA shall not be
varied, reduced or increased except by the prior written agreement of Maharashtra
Police and System integrator in accordance with the Change Control Schedule. Save for
the express terms of the Terms of Payment Schedule, Maharashtra Police or its
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nominated agencies and its users shall be obliged to purchase any particular category of
Services that may become necessary as per the Change Control Schedule, without the
need to go for a separate procurement process.
f.
2.3.
No Party to this Agreement or to the SLAs will at any time perform, or omit to perform,
any act which they are aware, at the time of performance, will place the other Party in
default under any insurance policy, mortgage or lease, governing activities at any
location provided by Maharashtra Police.
Acceptance Testing and Certification of the Application for “Go-Live”
a. Maharashtra Police may undertake an exercise of Testing, Acceptance and Certification
of the Total Solution deployed under this project through a third party (Third Party
Auditor) nominated by Maharashtra Police, as soon as the Partner declares the
implementation to be ready for Acceptance at Pilot District, which declaration shall not
be later than 6 months from the effective date. The Partner shall coordinate with
Maharashtra Police and the nominated agency for performing the Acceptance Testing
and Certification. The following methodology will be adopted for carrying out the
Acceptance Testing
b. Maharashtra Police will nominate/select a suitable neutral and technically competent
Testing and Certifying Agent for conducting acceptance testing in accordance with the
criteria mentioned in Section 7 (‘Acceptance Testing and Certification’) of Volume I of
this RFP. The Third Party Auditor shall issue a certificate of acceptance on the
compliance of the acceptance criteria as mentioned in the RFP.
c. The Third Party Auditor will lay down a set of guidelines following internationally
accepted norms and e-Government Standards for the Acceptance Testing in all aspects
of development and implementation of the Pilot Phase, covering software, hardware
and networking, including the processes relating to the design of the solution
architecture, design of systems and sub-systems, coding, testing, business process
description, documentation, version control, change management, security, service
oriented architecture, performance in relation to compliance with SLA metrics,
interoperability, scalability, availability and compliance with all the technical and
functional requirements specified in the Evaluation Criteria. The System integrator shall
provide unconditional access to the Third party auditor to the Project IT infrastructure,
documentation for preparation of test guidelines and test cases, which shall be
communicated to the System integrator prior to actual testing. The Partner shall be
exonerated of any liability or responsibility for any delay caused by the Third Party
Auditor in formulating the guidelines, conduct of Acceptance Testing or issuance of
Acceptance Certificate.
d. The Third Party Auditor will establish appropriate processes for notifying the Partner of
any deviations from the norms, standards or guidelines at the earliest instance after
noticing the same, to enable the Partner to take corrective action.
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e. Such an involvement of and guidance by the Third Party Auditor will not, however,
absolve the Partner of the fundamental responsibility of designing, developing, installing,
testing and commissioning the various components of the project to deliver the services
in perfect conformity with the SLAs.
f.
Should Acceptance Testing not be concluded to the satisfaction of the Third Party
Auditor or Maharashtra Police or its nominated agencies, the Partner shall repair all the
defects and deficiencies as per timelines indicated in Schedule VII of Vol 3 of RFP. In
the event the Partner is unable to rectify the defects or deficiencies within the
aforementioned timelines, Maharashtra Police shall have the right to reject the Services
and terminate this Agreement. Upon termination of this Agreement by Maharashtra
Police, the Parties will comply with the Exit Management Schedule as contained in
Section (v) Schedule II to the MSA.
g. Upon compliance of the criteria with respect to the Project Evaluation, by the Partner,
the third party Testing & Certification agency, Maharashtra Police and any of its
nominated agencies shall certify such compliance, in writing (‘Acceptance Certificate’).
Pursuant to such certification issued by Maharashtra Police and the Third Party Testing
and Certification Agency, the System integrator will prepare for the “Go-Live” of the
solution across all offices and other locations covered under the Scope of Work. Similar
process for Acceptance of State-wide rollout will be adopted as indicated above in c to
f for Acceptance of Pilot implementation. Third Party Acceptance of the State-wide
roll out should be completed within timelines indicated in Schedule VII of Vol 3 of RFP.
h. Any delay or defect not directly attributable to the System integrator, shall not amount
to breach or Material breach by the System integrator of this Agreement. Maharashtra
Police shall be entitled to, at its discretion, to extend the time period for
implementation and acceptance of the Total Solution of the Project, for any delay or
defects or non-performance not directly attributable to the Partner.
2.4.
Commencement and Duration of The SLA
All SLAs other than Roll-Out will commence from the date when the Project Implementation has
been completed to the satisfaction of Maharashtra Police, and certified in accordance with the
terms of the Agreement and shall run for a period of Sixty Months unless terminated as
provided herein.
The Roll-Out SLAs shall commence as per the implementation timelines as specified in Volume 1
of this RFP or the implementation timelines proposed by the Bidder, whichever is earlier.
2.5.
Approvals and Required Consents
The Parties shall cooperate to procure, maintain and observe all relevant and customary
regulatory and governmental licenses, clearances and applicable approvals (hereinafter the
“Approvals”) necessary for the System Integrator to provide the Services. The costs of such
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Approvals shall be borne by the Party normally responsible for such costs according to local
custom and practice in the locations where the Services are to be provided.
Both Parties will give each other all co-operation and information reasonably required to meet
their respective obligations under this Agreement.
Maharashtra Police shall use reasonable endeavors to assist System Integrator in obtaining the
required consents in relation to execution of responsibilities of System Integrator as stated in
Volume I of RFP. In the event that any required consent is not obtained, the System Integrator
and Maharashtra Police will co-operate with each other in achieving a reasonable alternative
arrangement as soon as reasonably practicable for Maharashtra Police to continue to process its
work with as minimal interruption to its business operations as is commercially reasonable until
such required consent is obtained, provided that the System Integrator shall not be relieved of
its obligations to provide the Services and to achieve the Service Levels until the required
consents are obtained if and to the extent that the System Integrator 's obligations are
dependent upon such required consents.
2.6.
Use and Acquisition of Assets
During the Term the System Integrator shall:
a. Take all reasonable and proper care of the entire hardware and software, network or
any other information technology infrastructure components used for the Project and
other facilities leased / owned by the System Integrator exclusively in terms of the
delivery of the Services as per this Agreement (hereinafter the “Assets”) in proportion to
their use and control of such Assets which will include all upgrades/ enhancements and
improvements to meet the current needs of the Project; and
b. Keep all the tangible Assets in good and serviceable condition (reasonable wear and tear
excepted) and/or the intangible Assets suitably upgraded subject to the relevant
standards as stated in Volume I of the RFP as at the date the System Integrator takes
control of and/ or first uses the Assets and during the entire term of the Agreement.
c. Ensure that any instructions or manuals supplied by the manufacturer of the Assets for
use of the Assets and which are provided to the System Integrator will be followed by
the System Integrator and any person who will be responsible for the use of the Assets;
and
d. Take such steps as may be recommended by the manufacturer of the Assets and
notified to the System Integrator or as may be necessary to use the Assets in a safe
manner; and
e. Provide a well-prepared documentation for users in the form of a user's manual, a clear
plan for training, educating and hand holding the users and shall form part of
handholding phase until bringing up the users to use software solution with speed and
efficiency; and
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Train the team identified by Maharashtra Police, which will be in place during handholding and will be responsible for trouble shooting all post-implementation and
maintenance activities.
g. To the extent that the Assets are under the control of the System Integrator, keep the
Assets suitably housed and in conformity with any statutory requirements from time to
time applicable to them; and
h. Provide access to Maharashtra Police or its nominated agencies and any persons duly
authorized by him/ her to enter any land or premises on which the Assets are for the
time being sited so as to inspect the same, subject to any reasonable third party
requirements; and
i.
Not, knowingly or negligently use or permit any of the Assets to be used in
contravention of any statutory provisions or regulation or in any way contrary to law;
and
j.
Use the Assets exclusively for the purpose of providing the Services as appropriate; and
k. Not sell, offer for sale, assign, mortgage, encumbrance, pledge, sub-let or lend out any
of the Assets; and
l.
Use the Assets only in accordance with the terms hereof and those contained in the
SLAs; and
m. Maintain standard forms of comprehensive insurance including liability insurance,
system and facility insurance and any other insurance for the Assets, data, software, etc
in the joint names of Maharashtra Police and the System Integrator, where Maharashtra
Police shall be designated as the ‘loss payee’ in such insurance policies.; and
n. Transfer the ownership of the Assets (not already with Maharashtra Police which shall
include the solution and Software including the source code and associated
documentation which is the work product of the development efforts involved in the
Project.) to Maharashtra Police at the appropriate time (in synchronization with the
submission of deliverables thereof by the Vendor) or in accordance with the terms of
this agreement; and
o. Ensure the integration of the software with hardware to be installed and the current
Assets in order to ensure the smooth operations of the entire solution architecture to
provide efficient services to all the Stakeholders of this Project in an efficient and
speedy manner; and
p. Obtain a sign off from Maharashtra Police or its nominated agencies at each stage as is
essential to close each of the above considerations.
2.7.
Access to the Department’s or It’s Nominated Agencies’ Location
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For so long as the System Integrator provides Services from Maharashtra Police office location
on a non-permanent basis and to the extent necessary for the System Integrator to provide the
Services and at no cost to the System Integrator, Maharashtra Police, shall, subject to
compliance by the System Integrator with any safety and security guidelines which may be
provided by Maharashtra Police and notified to the System Integrator in writing, provide the
System Integrator with:
a. Reasonable access, to Maharashtra Police / Departmental locations for as much time as
deemed necessary for delivery of services as defined in Section 3 of Volume 1 of this
RFP; and
b. Access to office equipment as mutually agreed and other related support services in
such location and at such other Maharashtra Police location, if any, as may be
reasonably necessary for the System Integrator to perform its obligations hereunder
and under the SLAs.
c. Locations and items shall be made available to the System Integrator on an "as is, where
is" basis by Maharashtra Police. The System Integrator agrees to ensure that its
employees, agents and contractors do not use the location, services and items:
i.
For the transmission of any material which is defamatory, offensive or
abusive or of an obscene or menacing character; or
ii.
In a manner which constitutes a violation or infringement of the rights of
any person, firm or company (including but not limited to rights of copyright
or confidentiality); or
iii.
In violation of the provisions of any law in force in India.
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Maharashtra Police
ARTICLE III – MANAGEMENT PHASE
Governance
The review and management process of this Agreement shall be carried out in accordance with
the Governance Schedule and shall cover all the management aspects as set out in this RFP.
3.1.
Use of Services
3.2.
Maharashtra Police or its nominated agencies will undertake and use the Services in
accordance with any instructions or procedures as per the acceptance criteria as set out
in the SLAs that has been agreed by the Parties from time to time.
b. Maharashtra Police or its nominated agencies shall be responsible for the operation and
use of the Deliverables resulting from the Services.
a.
3.3.
Changes
Unless expressly dealt with elsewhere in this Agreement, any changes under or to this
Agreement or under or to the SLAs shall be dealt with in accordance with the Change Control
Schedule contained in Schedule I to this agreement.
3.4.
Security and Safety
a. The System Integrator will comply with the directions issued from time to time by
Maharashtra Police and the standards related to the security and safety insofar as it
applies to the provision of the Services.
b. Each Party to the SLA shall also comply with the “Implementation of CCTNS for
Maharashtra Police” Project’s information technology security and standard policies in
force from time to time at each location of which Maharashtra Police makes the System
Integrator aware in writing, in so far as the same apply to the provision of the Services.
c. The Parties to the SLA shall use reasonable endeavors to report forthwith in writing to
each other all identified attempts (whether successful or not) by unauthorized persons
(including unauthorized persons who are employees of any Party) either to gain access
to or interfere with Maharashtra Police's data, facilities or Confidential Information.
d. The System Integrator shall upon reasonable request by Maharashtra Police or his/her
nominee(s) participate in regular meetings when safety and information technology
security matters are reviewed.
e. The Parties to the Agreement and under the SLAs shall promptly report in writing to
each other any act or omission which they are aware that could have an adverse effect
on the proper conduct of safety and information technology security at Maharashtra
Police’s Facilities.
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3.5.
Maharashtra Police
Co-Operation
a. Except as otherwise provided elsewhere in this Agreement or the SLAs, each Party
("Providing Party") to this Agreement or to the SLAs undertakes promptly to provide the
other Party ("Receiving Party") with all such information and co-operation which the
Receiving Party reasonably requests, provided that such information and co-operation:
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
does not require material expenditure by the Providing Party to provide; and
is reasonably required by the Receiving Party in order for it to comply with its
obligations under this Agreement or the SLA; and
is not the Providing Party’s Confidential Information; and
is capable of being provided by the Providing Party.
b. Each Party agrees to co-operate with the contractors and sub-contractors of the other
Party as reasonably requested in order to accomplish the purposes of this Agreement.
3.6.
Project Review
a. Maharashtra Police or its nominated agencies will conduct the project review meetings,
on a fortnightly basis during implementation and monthly basis during operations &
management, to review the status, progress, quality of services/outputs delivered by
the System Integrator and monitor the progress through a Performa evolved by the
parties. Maharashtra Police may also conduct an ad-hoc project review meetings based
on project requirements and nature of issues seen during the implementation,
operations and maintenance.
b. It is mandatory for the Project Manager, the respective team leaders and other key
resources of System Integrator to attend such project review meetings held by
Maharashtra Police.
c. Maharashtra Police shall provide a one week notice for the scheduled meetings and one
day notice for ad-hoc review meetings in case of emergencies.
d. Failure of System Integrator to attend such review meetings shall be treated as material
breach and Maharashtra Police reserves the right to invoke the Performance Bank
Guarantee for failure of the System Integrator in this regard.
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4.
4.1.
Maharashtra Police
ARTICLE IV- FINANCIAL ISSUES
Terms of Payment and Service Credits and Debits
a. In consideration of the Services and subject to the provisions of this Agreement and of
the SLAs, Maharashtra Police shall pay the System Integrator for the Services rendered
in pursuance of this agreement, in accordance with the Terms of Payment Schedule, as
contained in Schedule VI of this Agreement.
b. All payments are subject to the application of service credits and debits as may be
provided for in any applicable Project Engagement Definition. It is clarified here that
Maharashtra Police will pay for the service credits as stated in accordance with the
Terms of Payment Schedule and Maharashtra Police would also calculate a financial sum
and debit the same against the terms of payment as defined in the Terms of Payment
Schedule as a result of the failure of the Partner to meet the Service Level under the
affected Project Engagement Definition, such sum being determined in accordance with
the terms of the Project Engagement Definition Document,
c. Except as otherwise provided for herein or as agreed between the Parties in writing,
Maharashtra Police shall not be required to make any payments in respect of the
Services other than those covered by the terms of payment as stated in the Terms of
Payment Schedule.
4.2.
Invoicing and Settlement
The provisions of the Invoicing Schedule contained in Schedule V of this Agreement shall apply.
4.3.
Tax
a. Maharashtra Police or its nominated agency shall be responsible for withholding taxes
from the amounts due and payable to the System Integrator wherever applicable. The
System Integrator shall pay for all other taxes, duties or levies in connection with this
Agreement, SLAs, and any other Project Engagement Definition including, but not
limited to, property, sales, use, excise duty, value-added, goods and services,
consumption and other applicable taxes, duties or levies. Maharashtra Police or its
nominated agency shall provide the System Integrator with the original tax receipt of
any withholding taxes paid by Maharashtra Police or its nominated agencies on
payments under this Agreement. The System Integrator agrees to reimburse and hold
Maharashtra Police or any of its nominated agencies harmless from any deficiency
(including penalties and interest) relating to taxes that are its responsibility under this
paragraph. For purposes of this Agreement, taxes, duties or levies shall include taxes,
duties or levies incurred on transactions between and among Maharashtra Police, the
System Integrator and third party subcontractors.
b. In the event of any increase or decrease of the rate of taxes, duties or levies, changes in
currency exchange rates etc due to any statutory notification/s during the Term of the
Agreement the consequential effect shall be to the account of the System Integrator.
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c. The Parties shall cooperate to enable each Party to accurately determine its own tax
liability and to minimize such liability to the extent legally permissible. In connection
therewith, the Parties shall provide each other with (i) any resale certificates, (ii) any
relevant information regarding use of out-of-state materials, equipment or services and
(iii) any exemption certificates or information reasonably requested by the other Party.
4.4.
Liquidated Damages
In the event of the System Integrator:
(i)
Failing to meet the milestones provided for in the Schedule VII of this
Agreement,
(ii)
Failing to perform the responsibilities and obligations as set out in
Section 4.4 of Volume I to the complete satisfaction of Maharashtra
Police or any of its nominated agencies,
(iii)
Misrepresenting facts/information submitted to Maharashtra Police,
Maharashtra Police shall be entitled without prejudice to its other rights and remedies, to
deduct from the Price payable to the System integrator under Schedule VI of this Agreement
and may also encash the PBG, provided the total amount recovered does not exceed the Total
Contract Value
4.5.
Penalties
In the event, the System Integrator fails to meet the project responsibilities including target
service levels as stipulated in the SLAs or any damages caused by System Integrator including its
employees, contractors, sub-contractors to Maharashtra Police properties, personnel, data etc,
the System Integrator shall be liable for penalty stipulated in the SLAs in terms of the SLA
contained in SLA Agreement of the Volume III of this RFP and any additional penalty towards the
damages as mentioned above. Maharashtra Police without prejudice to his/her other rights and
remedies, to deduct from the Price as payable in terms of Article 4.1 of this Agreement, or
receive as payment, at the discretion of Maharashtra Police or any of its nominated agencies,
the penalties that are imposed in terms of this Article.
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ARTICLE V - BREACH AND RECTIFICATION
5.1.
Breach by System Integrator
Maharashtra Police
In the event that Maharashtra Police or any of its nominated agencies reasonably believes that
the System Integrator is in breach of its obligations under this Agreement or any SLA,
Maharashtra Police may terminate this Agreement upon notice to the other Party. Any notice
served pursuant to this Article shall give reasonable details of the breach, which includes but is
not limited to the following.
(i) If there is breach which translates into default in providing Services by the System Integrator
as per any SLA and this Agreement, continuously for more than one payment period, then
Maharashtra Police or any of its nominated agencies will serve a thirty days notice for curing
this material breach. In case the material breach continues after the notice period,
Maharashtra Police will have the option to terminate the Agreement. Maharashtra Police
would further have the right to encash the Performance Bank Guarantee
(ii) Because time is the essence of the contract, in case, for reasons prima facie attributable to
the System Integrator, there is a delay of more than 3 months in the Project ‘Go-Live’,
Maharashtra Police may terminate this Agreement after affording a reasonable opportunity
to the System Integrator to explain the circumstances leading to such a delay. Further,
Maharashtra Police may also invoke the Performance Guarantee of the System Integrator.
(iii) If the System Integrator fails to comply with any final decision reached as a result of
arbitration proceedings pursuant to Section (i) Article 9.1 (b) on issuance of a notice of not
less than thirty (30) days.
(iv) If the System Integrator in the judgment of Maharashtra Police or any of its nominated
agencies has engaged in corrupt or fraudulent practices in competing for or in executing this
Agreement on issuance of a notice of not less than thirty (30) days.
(v) If the System Integrator submits to Maharashtra Police a false statement which has a
material effect on the rights, obligations or interests of Maharashtra Police or any of its
nominated agencies on issuance of a notice of not less than thirty (30) days
(vi) If the System Integrator places itself in a position of conflict of interest or fails to disclose
promptly any conflict of interest to Maharashtra Police or any of its nominated agencies on
issuance of a notice of not less than thirty (30) days.
(vii) If the System Integrator is in breach of any of its obligations under the Agreement on
issuance of a notice of not less than thirty (30) days within which period the breach remains
un-remedied.
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(viii)
Where a change of management of the System Integrator has occurred whereby the
System Integrator -company has merged, amalgamated or been taken over, due to which
the majority shareholding of the Private System integrator has been transferred to another
entity, Maharashtra Police or any of its nominated agencies can by a 90 days written notice,
terminate this Agreement and such notice shall become effective at the end of the notice
period.
5.2.
Termination
5.2.1.Termination for Bankruptcy
a. Maharashtra Police may serve written notice on System Integrator at any time
to terminate this Agreement with immediate effect in the event of a reasonable
apprehension of bankruptcy of the System Integrator:
b. System Integrator shall in the event of an apprehension of bankruptcy
immediately inform Maharashtra Police, well in advance (at least 4 months)
about such a development;
5.2.2.Termination for Default
c. Maharashtra Police reserves the right to terminate the contract in case System
Integrator gets blacklisted by the Government of Maharashtra, or any other
Ministry of Government of India or any of their agencies during the course of
“Implementation of CCTNS for Maharashtra Police” or if the System Integrator is
penalized in a tax evasion case or convicted for any offence by any court of Law.
d. If at any stage of Tendering process or during the currency of the Contract, any
suppression / falsification of information with respect to any of the conditions in
the RFP comes to the knowledge of Maharashtra Police, Maharashtra Police
shall have the right to reject the bid or terminate the contract, as the case may
be, without any compensation to the Bidder
5.2.3.Termination for Convenience
e. Maharashtra Police, by written notice sent to the System Integrator, may
terminate the Contract, in whole or in part, at any time for its convenience. The
notice of termination shall specify that termination is for its convenience and
the System Integrator will be given 3 months before termination of contract
takes effect.
f.
On termination of this Agreement for any reason, the SLAs shall automatically
terminate forthwith and Maharashtra Police will decide the appropriate course
of action.
g. The termination provisions set out in Section (i) Article V of this Agreement shall
also apply to the SLAs.
5.3.
Effects of Termination
a. In the event of Maharashtra Police, terminating this Agreement for its convenience,
the System Integrator will be paid the amount due to it for the services rendered. The
compensation will be decided in accordance with the Terms of Payment Schedule
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including other aspects such as cost of selection of alternate service provider, penalties,
pro-rata payments etc.
b. Upon termination of this Agreement for any reason, the Parties will comply with the
Exit Management Schedule as contained in Section (v) Schedule II to the MSA.
c. In the event that Maharashtra Police terminates this Agreement due to the breach of
the Partner of conditions in 5.1 (i) to 5.1 (iii) of this agreement, then Maharashtra Police
shall be entitled to invoke the Performance Guarantee submitted for this Project.
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6.
Maharashtra Police
ARTICLE VI – PROTECTION & LIMITATIONS
6.1.
a.
Warranties
The System Integrator warrants and represents to Maharashtra Police that:
i.
It has full capacity and authority and all necessary approvals to enter into and to
perform its obligations under this Agreement;
ii.
This Agreement is executed by a duly authorized representative of the System
Integrator;
iii.
It shall discharge its obligations under this Agreement with due skill, care and
diligence so as to comply with Section (i) Sub section 2.2 of the MSA.
b. In the case of the SLAs, the System Integrator warrants and represents to Maharashtra
Police, that:
i.
the System Integrator has full capacity and authority and all necessary approvals
to enter into and perform its obligations under the SLAs and to provide the
Services;
ii.
the SLAs have been executed by a duly authorized representative of the System
Integrator;
iii.
the System Integrator is experienced in managing and providing works similar to
the Services and that it will perform the Services with all due skill, care and
diligence so as to comply with Section (i) Sub section 2.2 of this agreement;
iv.
the Services will be provided and rendered by appropriately qualified, trained
and experienced personnel as mentioned in the RFP and approved by
Maharashtra Police;
v.
System Integrator has and will have all necessary licenses, approvals, consents
of third Parties and all necessary technology, hardware and software to enable
it to provide the Services;
vi.
the Services will be supplied in conformance with all applicable laws,
enactments, orders and regulations;
vii.
System Integrator will use its reasonable endeavors to ensure that the
equipment, software and hardware supplied and/or used in the course of the
provision of the Services, are operational and functional; and
viii.
System Integrator will warrant that the goods supplied under the contract are
new, unused, of the most recent version/ models and incorporate all recent
improvements in design and materials unless provided otherwise in the contract.
The System Integrator further warrants that the goods supplied under this
contract shall have no defects arising from design, materials or workmanship.
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ix.
The System Integrator shall provide a warranty for a period of sixty months from
the date of ‘Go-Live’, for all the components, equipments, software and
hardware manufactured, developed or supplied by it or any third party for the
purpose of providing Services under “Implementation of CCTNS for
Maharashtra Police” as per the Agreement. The System Integrator shall ensure
defect free operation of the entire solution and shall replace any such
components, equipments, software and hardware which are found defective
and during the entire warranty period the System Integrator shall apply all the
latest upgrades/patches/releases for the software after appropriate testing. No
additional costs shall be paid separately for the warranty other that what are
the costs quoted by the System Integrator and as specified in the MSA.
x.
If the System Integrator uses in the course of the provision of the Services,
components, equipment, software or hardware manufactured by any third
party and which are embedded in the Deliverables or are essential for the
successful use of the Deliverables, it will pass through third party
manufacturer's warranties relating to those components, equipment, software
and hardware to the extent possible.
Subject to the fulfillment of the obligations of the System Integrator as provided for
in Article 6.1 (b) (viii) above, in the event that such warranties cannot be enforced
by Maharashtra Police, the System Integrator will enforce such warranties on behalf
of Maharashtra Police and pass on to Maharashtra Police, the benefit of any other
remedy received in relation to such warranties.
xi.
Maharashtra Police shall promptly notify the System Integrator in writing of any
issues with the operation and functioning of the System. Upon receipt of such
notice, the System Integrator shall, with all reasonable speed, repair or replace
the defective systems, without costs to Maharashtra Police to achieve the
service levels as per terms defined in the ‘Service Level Agreement’
xii.
If the System Integrator, having been notified, fails to remedy the defect(s)
within the period specified in the contract, Maharashtra Police may proceed to
take penal action as defined in this contract.
xiii.
During the comprehensive warranty period, the System Integrator will provide
all product(s) and documentation updates, patches/ fixes, and version upgrades
as required to meet the service level and other requirements of the Project
within 15 days of their availability and should carry out installation and make
operational the same at no additional cost to Maharashtra Police.
c. Notwithstanding what has been stated elsewhere in this Agreement and the Schedules
attached herein, in the event the System Integrator is unable to meet the obligations
pursuant to the implementation of the Project, Operations and Maintenance Services
and any related scope of work as stated in this Agreement and the Schedules attached
herein, Maharashtra Police will have the option to invoke the Performance Guarantee
after serving a written notice of thirty (30) days on the System Integrator.
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6.2.
Maharashtra Police
Third Party Claims
a. Subject to Article 6.2(b) below, the System Integrator (the "Indemnifying Party")
undertakes to indemnify Maharashtra Police (the "Indemnified Party") from and against
all losses, claims and damages on account of bodily injury, death or damage to tangible
personal property arising in favour of any person, corporation or other entity (including
the Indemnified Party) attributable to the Indemnifying Party's performance or nonperformance under this Agreement or the SLAs.
b. The indemnities set out in Articles 6.2(a) shall be subject to the following conditions:
i.
the Indemnified Party, as promptly as practicable, informs the Indemnifying
Party in writing of the claim or proceedings and provides all relevant evidence,
documentary or otherwise;
ii.
the Indemnified Party shall, at the cost of the Indemnifying Party, give the
Indemnifying Party all reasonable assistance in the defence of such claim
including reasonable access to all relevant information, documentation and
personnel provided that the Indemnified Party may, at its sole cost and expense,
reasonably participate, through its attorneys or otherwise, in such defense;
iii.
if the Indemnifying Party does not assume full control over the defense of a
claim as provided in this Article, the Indemnifying Party may participate in such
defense at its sole cost and expense, and the Indemnified Party will have the
right to defend the claim in such manner as it may deem appropriate, and the
cost and expense of the Indemnified Party will be included in Losses;
iv.
the Indemnified Party shall not prejudice, pay or accept any proceedings or
claim, or compromise any proceedings or claim, without the written consent of
the Indemnifying Party;
v.
all settlements of claims subject to indemnification under this Article will: (a) be
entered into only with the consent of the Indemnified Party, which consent will
not be unreasonably withheld and include an unconditional release to the
Indemnified Party from the claimant for all liability in respect of such claim; and
(b) include any appropriate confidentiality agreement prohibiting disclosure of
the terms of such settlement;
vi.
the Indemnified Party shall account to the Indemnifying Party for all awards,
settlements, damages and costs (if any) finally awarded in favour of the
Indemnified Party which are to be paid to it in connection with any such claim or
proceedings;
vii.
the Indemnified Party shall take steps that the Indemnifying Party may
reasonably require to mitigate or reduce its loss as a result of such a claim or
proceedings; and
viii.
in the event that the Indemnifying Party is obligated to indemnify an
Indemnified Party pursuant to this Article, the Indemnifying Party will, upon
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payment of such indemnity in full, be subrogated to all rights and defenses of
the Indemnified Party with respect to the claims to which such indemnification
relates;
ix.
6.3.
in the event that the Indemnifying Party is obligated to indemnify the
Indemnified Party pursuant to this Article, the Indemnified Party will be entitled
to invoke the Performance Bank Guarantee, if such indemnity is not paid, either
in full or in part, and on the invocation of the Performance Bank Guarantee, the
Indemnifying Party shall be subrogated to all rights and defenses of the
Indemnified Party with respect to the claims to which such indemnification
relates.
Limitation of Liability
a. In case of
loss of revenue arising out of willful misconduct or gross negligence on part of SI
or any of his nominees/representatives on this project, the liability to the SI will be
capped to a maximum of Rs 50 Crores for period of contract
• any damages for bodily injury, the SI will be subject to a minimum liability of Rs
10000 up to a maximum of Rs 50000 for period of contract
• death, the SI will be subject to a minimum liability of Rs 1 Lac up to a maximum of
Rs 5 Lacs for period of contract
b. Damage to real property and tangible personal property, the SI will be subject to pay the
actual up to a maximum of Rs 50 Lacs for period of contract. This Agreement does not
grant or create any rights, benefits, claims, obligations or causes of action in, to or on
behalf of any person or entity (including any third party) other than between the
respective Parties to this Agreement , as the case may be.
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c. Any claim or series of claims arising out or in connection with this Agreement shall be
time barred and invalid if legal proceedings are not commenced by the relevant Party
against the other Party within a period of Eighteen (18) months from the date when the
cause of action first arose or within such longer period as may be permitted by
applicable law without the possibility of contractual waiver or limitation.
d. Maharashtra Police shall be entitled to claim the remedy of specific performance under
this Agreement or the SLAs.
e. Except for damages mentioned in Article 6.3 (a), the System Integrator’s aggregate
liability under this Agreement in respect of any or all claims arising under this
Agreement shall not exceed the Total Contract Value.
6.4.
Force Majeure
a. Neither Party to this Agreement shall be liable to the other for any loss or damage which
may be suffered by the other due (directly) to the extent and for the duration of any
cause beyond the reasonable control of the Party unable to perform the services due to
events such as but not limited to acts of God not confined to the premises of the Party
claiming the Force Majeure, flood, drought, lightning or fire, earthquakes, strike, lock-
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outs beyond its control, labour disturbance not caused at the instance of the Party
claiming Force Majeure, acts of government or other competent authority, war, terrorist
activities, military operations, riots, epidemics, civil commotions etc.
b.
The Party seeking to rely on Force Majeure shall promptly, within 2 days, notify the
other Party of the occurrence of a Force Majeure event as a condition precedent to the
availability of this defence with particulars detail in writing to the other Party and shall
demonstrate that it has and is taking all reasonable measures to mitigate the events of
Force Majeure.
c.
Force Majeure shall not include insufficiency of funds or inability to make any payment
required under the Agreement.
d.
In the event the Force Majeure substantially prevents, hinders or delays the System
Integrator's performance of Services necessary for the operation of Maharashtra
Police's critical business functions for a period in excess of 15 days, Maharashtra Police
may declare that an emergency exists. The Maharashtra Police will issue a notice to the
System Integrator to resume normal services at all affected sites and for all operations
within a period of seven days. In the event that the System Integrator is not able to
resume services within the next 7 days, Maharashtra Police may terminate the
Agreement and/or obtain substitute performance from an alternate supplier and costs
incurred by Maharashtra Police in obtaining such services from alternate supplier shall
be recovered by Maharashtra Police from System Integrator. However, the event of
Force Majeure is to be reviewed under two categories i.e. prior to commencement of
operations and post commencement of operations respectively.
1. Prior to commencement of operations: If the event of Force Majeure occurs
prior to commencement of operations and continues for a period in excess of
ten days, then Maharashtra Police will grant a period of 7 days to the System
Integrator to resume normal activities under this Agreement. In case the default
continues, then Maharashtra Police may discuss the issue with the System
Integrator and revise the existing timelines for the Project. If the System
Integrator does not complete the Project Implementation in accordance with
the revised timelines, Maharashtra Police will have the option to invoke the
Performance Guarantee and/or terminate this Agreement.
2. Post commencement of operations: If the event of Force Majeure occurs post
commencement of operations and continues for a period in excess of five (5)
days, then Maharashtra Police will grant a period of 7 days to the System
Integrator to resume normal services under this Agreement. In case the default
continues, Maharashtra Police may grant an extension of time to the System
Integrator for rectifying the situation. However, Maharashtra Police will deduct
for each day of the extension period a percentage proportionate to the number
of days and the affected areas/s from the next payable amount as per Payment
Schedule. If there is any further delay despite the extended period, Maharashtra
Police will have the option to invoke the Performance Guarantee and/or
terminate the Agreement.
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e.
Maharashtra Police
All payments pursuant to termination due to Force Majeure event shall be in
accordance with the Terms of Payment Schedule.
Notwithstanding the terms of this Article, the failure on the part of the System Integrator under
any SLA or Project Engagement Definition to implement any disaster contingency planning or
back-up and other data safeguards in accordance with the terms of the SLA or Project
Engagement Definition against natural disaster, fire, sabotage or other similar occurrence shall
not be an event of Force Majeure.
6.5.
Data Protection
a. In the course of providing the Services the System Integrator may be compiling,
processing and storing proprietary Maharashtra Police Data relating to the Dealers/
businesses.
b. The System Integrator and each user are responsible for complying with its respective
obligations under the applicable data protection laws and regulations governing
Maharashtra Police data.
c. The System Integrator is required to perform or adhere to only those security measures
concerning the “Implementation of CCTNS for Maharashtra Police” project Data which
were in place (i) as of the Effective Date; and (ii) those made available to it in writing
from time to time in accordance with a Project Engagement Definition Document.
d. As a processor of Maharashtra Police Data, the System Integrator will process
Maharashtra Police Data in accordance with the Project Engagement Definition
Document.
e. The System Integrator shall not transfer any Maharashtra Police Data unless otherwise
authorized by Maharashtra Police in this regard.
f.
6.6.
Upon reasonable written request from a Party to the agreement, the other Party to the
agreement will provide the requesting Party with such information that it has regarding
Maharashtra Police Data and its processing which is necessary to enable the requesting
party to comply with its obligations under the applicable data protection law or
regulation.
Confidentiality
a. Maharashtra Police may permit the System Integrator to come into possession of
confidential public records as per the needs of the project and the System Integrator
shall maintain the highest level of secrecy, confidentiality and privacy with regard
thereto.
b. Additionally, the System Integrator shall keep confidential all the details and
information with regard to the Project, including systems, facilities, operations,
management and maintenance of the systems/ facilities.
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c. The Maharashtra Police shall retain all rights to prevent, stop and if required take the
necessary punitive action against the System Integrator regarding any forbidden
disclosure.
d. The System Integrator shall ensure that all its employees, agents and subcontractors
execute individual non-disclosure agreements, which have been duly approved by
Maharashtra Police, with respect to this Project. The System Integrator is required to
submit copies of all such agreements with employees, agents and sub-contractors to
Maharashtra Police.
e. The aforesaid provisions shall not apply to the information
i.
Already in the public domain; and
ii.
Which has been received from a third party who had the right to disclose the
aforesaid information;
iii.
Disclosed to the public due to a court order.
6.7.
Audit, Access and Reporting
a. The Parties shall comply with the Audit, Access and Reporting Schedule provided in
Schedule III to the MSA.
b. The System Integrator shall, on request, allow access to Maharashtra Police and all its
nominated agencies to all information which is in the possession or control of the
System Integrator, which relates to the provision of the Services as set out in the Audit,
Access and Reporting Schedule and is reasonably required to comply with the terms of
the Audit, Access and Reporting Schedule.
6.8.
Conflicts of Interest
a. The System Integrator shall hold Maharashtra Police’s interests paramount, without any
consideration for future work, and strictly avoid conflict of interest with other
assignments or their own Departmental interests. If during the period of this Agreement,
a conflict of interest arises for any reasons, the System Integrator shall promptly
disclose the same to Maharashtra Police.
b. The System Integrator shall also cause its personnel and subcontractors not to engage
either directly or indirectly, in any business or professional activities that would conflict
with the activities assigned to them under or pursuant to this Agreement.
6.9.
Non-benefit of Commissions, Discounts
a. The payment to System Integrator pursuant to Article 4.1 shall constitute the System
Integrator’s only payment in connection with this Agreement. The System Integrator
shall not accept for its own benefit any trade commission, discount or similar payment
in connection with the activities pursuant to this Agreement or in the discharge of
obligations hereunder, and the System Integrator shall use its best efforts to ensure that
any of the System Integrator’s Consultants or sub-contractors, as well as the personnel
and agents of either of them, similarly shall not receive any additional payment.
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7.
7.1.
Maharashtra Police
ARTICLE VII - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Intellectual Property
a. Products and fixes: All products and related solutions and fixes provided pursuant to
this work order shall be licensed according to the terms of the license agreement
packaged with or otherwise applicable to such product. Bidder would be responsible for
arranging any licenses associated with products.
a. “Product” means any computer code, web-based services, or materials
comprising commercially released, pre-release or beta products (whether
licensed for a fee or no charge) and any derivatives of the foregoing which are
made available to Maharashtra Police for license which is published by product
owner or its affiliates, or a third party.
b. “Fixes” means product fixes that are either released generally (such as
commercial product service packs) or that are provided to you when performing
services (such as workarounds, patches, bug fixes, beta fixes and beta builds)
and any derivatives of the foregoing.
b. For an Bespoke development, Maharashtra Police shall retain exclusive intellectual
property rights to the software (including source code), forms and the compilations that
were developed or generated during the course of the Project to which Maharashtra
Police has sovereign rights and nothing herein shall or will be construed or deemed to
grant to the System Integrator any right, title, license, sub-license, proprietary right or
other claim against or interest in, to or under (whether by estoppels, by implication or
otherwise) to the aforesaid rights.
c. All right, title and interest in and to, and ownership in, Proprietary Information of
System Integrator, which is provided to Maharashtra Police for the Project including
source code of any pre-existing application of the Implementing agency, shall remain
solely with the System Integrator. Maharashtra Police shall be entitled to use such
System Integrator Proprietary Information only in connection with the Services or to the
extent necessary for the Project’s normal operational, repair and maintenance purposes
related to the Services. Maharashtra Police shall not have the right to resale or
redistribute such proprietary information of the System Integrator.
However, any software that may be acquired from third Parties during the term of the
Agreement and that which may be developed by the System Integrator during the
course of the Agreement specifically for the Project shall not be considered as System
Integrator’s Proprietary Information by Maharashtra Police.
Accordingly, all right, title and interest in and to, and ownership in, any modifications,
enhancements, customizations of the Implementing agency’s pre-existing work that
may have been done by the System Integrator during the course of the Agreement
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specifically for the Project or as a result of Services rendered by the System Integrator
hereunder shall remain solely with Maharashtra Police.
d. All right, title and interest in and to, and ownership in, proprietary information of the
Project which is provided to System Integrator by Maharashtra Police; and all
modifications, enhancements and other derivative works of such Project Proprietary
Information ("Proprietary Information"); any modifications, enhancements,
customizations of the Implementing agency’s pre-existing work that may have been
done by the System Integrator during the course of the Agreement specifically for the
Project or as a result of Services rendered by the System Integrator hereunder shall
remain solely with Maharashtra Police. System Integrator shall be entitled to use such
Proprietary Information only during the Agreement Term and only for the purposes of
providing the Services or to the extent necessary for System Integrator’s normal
operational, repair and maintenance purposes related to the Services. The Maharashtra
Police shall retain ownership of all Intellectual Property Rights related to
“Implementation of CCTNS for Maharashtra Police” project proprietary information.
e. With respect to ownership of the Deliverables, the Parties agree that the following shall
apply:
Deliverables provided to Maharashtra Police by System Integrator during the course of
its performance under this Agreement, which includes but is not limited to Software as
defined in this Agreement, in which, subject to the foregoing provisions of this Article,
all right, title and interest in and to such Deliverables, shall, as between System
Integrator and Maharashtra Police, immediately upon creation, vest in Maharashtra
Police. To the extent that the System Integrator Proprietary Information is incorporated
within the Deliverables, System Integrator and its employees engaged hereby grant to
Maharashtra Police a worldwide, perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive, transferable,
paid-up right and license to use, copy, modify (or have modified), transport to
Maharashtra Police facilities, and prepare from them, use and copy derivative works for
the benefit of and internal use of Maharashtra Police, of such System Integrator
Proprietary Information. Maharashtra Police’s rights pursuant to the preceding sentence
include the right to disclose such System Integrator Proprietary Information to third
party contractors solely for use on the Project provided that all such third party
contractors execute, deliver and comply with any customary confidentiality and
nondisclosure agreements reasonably required by Maharashtra Police.
f.
Maharashtra Police hereby grants to System Integrator a non-exclusive right and license
to access and use the Department offices and information solely for the purpose of
providing Services on this Project. Subject to Article 7.1 above such right and license
shall terminate upon the expiration or termination of this Agreement.
g. Without limiting the generality of Article 7.1(b) and except to the extent otherwise
expressly agreed by the Parties to this Agreement in writing, nothing contained in this
Agreement shall or will be construed or deemed to grant to the System Integrator any
right, title, license or other interest in, to or under (whether by estoppels, by implication
or otherwise) any logo, trademark, trade name, service mark or similar designations of
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Maharashtra Police or its respective affiliates/nominees or any confusingly similar
designations of Maharashtra Police.
h. Subject to any sole or exclusive rights granted by Maharashtra Police to a third party
prior to the Effective Date, Maharashtra Police grants to the System Integrator and any
sub-contractors to the System Integrator solely in their performance of services for
Maharashtra Police or its nominated agencies, non-exclusive, paid-up, royalty-free right
and license during the Term of this Agreement, but not the right to sub-license, to use
Maharashtra Police Data including the right to copy, perform, display, execute,
reproduce, modify, enhance and improve Maharashtra Police Data to the extent
reasonably necessary or useful for the provision of Services hereunder.
i.
System Integrator shall not use Maharashtra Police Data to provide services for the
benefit of any third party, as a service bureau or in any other manner.
j.
System Integrator shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Maharashtra Police and
their employees, successors and assigns, from and against any and all losses arising from
claims by third Parties that any Deliverable (or the access, use or other rights thereto),
any equipment, software, information, methods of operation or other intellectual
property created by System Integrator or sub contractors pursuant to this Agreement,
or the SLAs or a Project Engagement Definition under the SLA (i) infringes a copyright
enforceable in India, (ii) infringes a patent issued in India, or (iii) constitutes
misappropriation or unlawful disclosure or use of another Party's trade secret under the
laws of the India (collectively, "Infringement Claims"); provided, however, that this will
not apply to any Deliverable (or the access, use or other rights thereto) created by
(i)
“Implementation of CCTNS for Maharashtra Police“ Project by itself or through
other persons other than System Integrator or its sub-contractors ;
(ii) Third Parties (i.e., other than System Integrator or sub contractors) at the direction
of Maharashtra Police.
k. Maharashtra Police shall have no liability or obligation to System Integrator or any other
Party under Article 7.1(e) above to the extent the Infringement Claim is based upon any
use of the equipment, software, information, methods of operation or other intellectual
property (or the access, use or other rights thereto) for the benefit of any Party
(including any use by System Integrator or its nominees outside the scope of the
Services) other than for the Project.
l.
Notwithstanding any provisions of this Agreement to the contrary, the foregoing
remedies constitute the Parties' sole and exclusive remedies and each Party's entire
liability, with respect to Infringement Claims.
m. Upon the expiration or any termination of this Agreement, System Integrator shall
undertake the actions set forth below in this Article to assist Maharashtra Police to
procure replacement services equivalent to Services provided hereunder.
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i. Further the System Integrator undertakes to negotiate in good faith with
Maharashtra Police and any relevant Replacement System Integrator in respect of
commercial terms applying to all System Integrator Intellectual Property Rights and
which Maharashtra Police and any relevant Replacement System Integrator require
to enable to provide or receive services substantially equivalent to the Services
hereunder.
ii. In respect of System Integrator third party Intellectual Property Rights, System
Integrator undertakes to assist Maharashtra Police to secure such consents or
licenses from such third Parties as are necessary to enable “Implementation of
CCTNS for Maharashtra Police” Project to receive services substantially equivalent
to the Services hereunder. The obligations of the System Integrator under this
Article shall be considered part of the services performed by the System Integrator
under the obligations contained in the Exit Management Schedule.
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8.
Maharashtra Police
ARTICLE VIII – MISCELLANEOUS
Confidentiality
a. The System Integrator recognizes that during the term of this Agreement and the SLAs,
sensitive data will be procured and made available to it, its Sub contractors and agents
and others working for or under the System Integrator. Disclosure or usage of the data
by any such recipient may constitute a breach of applicable laws causing harm not only
to the Department whose data is used but also to its stakeholders. The function of
Maharashtra Police requires the System Integrator, its Subcontractors and agents to
demonstrate utmost care, sensitivity and strict confidentiality. Any breach of this Article
will result in Maharashtra Police and its nominees receiving a right to seek injunctive
relief and damages without any limit, from the System Integrator.
8.1.
b. Each Party agrees as to any Confidential Information disclosed by a Party to this
Agreement or the SLAs (the "Discloser") to the other Party to this Agreement or the
SLAs (the "Recipient"):
i.
to take such steps necessary to protect the Discloser's Confidential Information
from unauthorized use, reproduction and disclosure, as the Recipient takes in
relation to its own Confidential Information of the same type, but in no event less
than reasonable care; and
ii.
to use such Confidential Information only for the purposes of this Agreement or the
SLAs or as otherwise expressly permitted or expressly required by this Agreement or
the SLAs or as otherwise permitted by the Discloser in writing; and
iii.
not, without the Discloser's prior written consent, to copy the Confidential
Information or cause or allow it to be copied, directly or indirectly, in whole or in
part, except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement or the SLA, or as
required in connection with Recipient's use as permitted under this Article, or as
needed for the purposes of this Agreement or the SLAs, provided that any
proprietary legends and notices (whether of the Discloser or of a Third Party) are
not removed or obscured; and
iv.
Not, without the Discloser's prior written consent, to disclose, transfer, publish or
communicate the Confidential Information in any manner to any person except as
permitted under this Agreement or the SLAs.
c. The restrictions of this Article shall not apply to Confidential Information that:
i.
is or becomes generally available to the public through no breach of this Article by
the Recipient; and
ii.
was in the Recipient's possession free of any obligation of confidence prior to the
time of receipt of it by the Recipient hereunder; and
iii.
is developed by the Recipient independently of any of Discloser's Confidential
Information; and
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iv.
is rightfully obtained by the Recipient from third Parties authorized at that time to
make such disclosure without restriction; and
v.
is identified in writing by the Discloser as no longer proprietary or confidential; or
vi.
is required to be disclosed by law, regulation or Court Order, provided that the
Recipient gives prompt written notice to the Discloser of such legal and regulatory
requirement to disclose so as to allow the Discloser reasonable opportunity to
contest such disclosure.
d. To the extent that such disclosure is required for the purposes of this Agreement or the
SLAs, either Party may disclose Confidential Information to:
i.
its employees, agents and independent contractors and to any of its affiliates and
their respective independent contractors or employees; and
ii.
its professional advisors and auditors, who require access for the purposes of this
Agreement or the SLAs, whom the relevant Party has informed of its obligations
under this Article and in respect of whom the relevant Party has used commercially
reasonable efforts to ensure that they are contractually obliged to keep such
Confidential Information confidential on terms substantially the same as set forth in
this Article. Either Party may also disclose Confidential Information to any entity
with the other Party's prior written consent.
e. The provisions of this Article shall survive the expiration or any earlier termination of
this Agreement.
f.
Confidential Information shall be and remain the property of the Discloser and nothing
in this Article shall be construed to grant either Party any right or licence with respect
to the other Party's Confidential Information otherwise than as is expressly set out in
this Agreement.
g. Subject as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement all Confidential Information
in tangible or electronic form under the control of the Recipient shall either be
destroyed, erased or returned to the Discloser promptly upon the earlier of: (i) the
written request of the Discloser, or, (ii) termination or expiry of this Agreement or, in
respect of the SLAs, the termination or expiry of the SLAs. Notwithstanding the
forgoing, both Parties may retain, subject to the terms of this Article, a reasonable
number of copies of the other Party's Confidential Information solely for confirmation
of compliance with the confidentiality obligations of this Agreement.
h. Neither Party is restricted by the provisions of Article 8.1 from using (including using to
provide products or perform services on behalf of third Parties) any ideas, concepts,
know-how and techniques that are related to the Recipient's business activities and
which are retained in unaided memories of the Recipient's employees or agents (and
not intentionally memorized for the purpose of later recording or use) (collectively, the
"Residuals"). This Article shall not permit the disclosure or use by either Party of any
financial (including business plans), statistical, product, personnel or customer data of
the other Party. Each Party agrees not to disclose the source of the Residuals.
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8.2.
Maharashtra Police
i.
Both Parties agree that monetary damages would not be a sufficient remedy for any
breach of this Article by the other Party and that Maharashtra Police and System
Integrator, as appropriate, shall be entitled to equitable relief, including injunction and
specific performance as a remedy for any such breach. Such remedies shall not be
deemed to be the exclusive remedies for a breach by a Party of this Article, but shall be
in addition to all other remedies available at law or equity to the damaged Party.
j.
In connection with the Services, System Integrator may from time to time undertake
one or more quality assessment reviews for the purpose of improving the
“Implementation of CCTNS for Maharashtra Police” Project. In order for such reviews
to be frank and candid, for the greatest benefit to both Maharashtra Police and System
Integrator, they shall be kept confidential to the greatest extent possible. The Parties
agree that any documentation created in connection with such quality assessment
reviews shall be Confidential Information of System Integrator which is licensed to
Maharashtra Police for any internal use except that in no event shall such
documentation or the results of such reviews be discoverable or admissible (or used
for any purpose) in any arbitration or legal proceedings against System Integrator
related to this Agreement or the Services.
Personnel
a. Personnel assigned by System Integrator to perform the Services shall be employees of
System Integrator, and under no circumstances will such personnel be considered
employees of Maharashtra Police. System Integrator shall have the sole responsibility
for supervision and control of its personnel and for payment of such personnel's entire
compensation, including salary, withholding of income taxes and social security taxes,
worker's compensation, employee and disability benefits and the like and shall be
responsible for all employer obligations under all applicable laws.
b. System Integrator shall use its best efforts to ensure that sufficient System Integrator
personnel are employed to perform the Services, and that, such personnel have
appropriate qualifications to perform the Services. Maharashtra Police or its nominated
agencies shall have the right to require the removal or replacement of any System
Integrator personnel performing work under this Agreement. In the event that
Maharashtra Police requests that any System Integrator personnel be replaced, the
substitution of such personnel shall be accomplished pursuant to a mutually agreed
upon schedule and upon clearance of the personnel based on profile review and
personal interview by Maharashtra Police or its nominated agencies, within not later
than 30 working days.
c. The System Integrator shall also be responsible to train identified employees of
Maharashtra Police with regard to the Services being provided by the System Integrator
as and when required by Maharashtra Police during the Term of this Project. The
parameters of the training required for these employees of Maharashtra Police shall be
communicated by Maharashtra Police to the System Integrator periodically and shall be
in accordance with the latest procedures and processes available in the relevant areas
of work.
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d. The profiles of resources proposed by System Integrator in the technical proposal, which
are considered for Technical bid evaluation, shall be construed as ‘Key Personnel’ and
the System Integrator shall not remove such personnel without the prior written
consent of Maharashtra Police. For any changes to the proposed resources, System
Integrator shall provide equivalent or more experienced resources in consultation with
Maharashtra Police.
e. Except as stated in this Article, nothing in this Agreement will limit the ability of System
Integrator freely to assign or reassign its employees; provided that System Integrator
shall be responsible, at its expense, for transferring all appropriate knowledge from
personnel being replaced to their replacements. Maharashtra Police shall have the right
to review and approve System Integrator’s plan for any such knowledge transfer.
System Integrator shall maintain the same standards for skills and professionalism
among replacement personnel as in personnel being replaced.
f.
Each Party shall be responsible for the performance of all its obligations under this
Agreement and shall be liable for the acts and omissions of its employees and agents in
connection therewith.
g. Neither Party will solicit for employment or knowingly hire an employee of the other
Party with whom such Party has contact pursuant to project engagements under this
Agreement till the end of the contract period.
Independent Contractor
Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as establishing or implying any Partnership or joint
venture between the Parties to this Agreement or the SLAs and, except as expressly stated in
this Agreement, nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed to constitute any Parties as the
agent of any other Party or authorizes either Party
8.3.
(i) to incur any expenses on behalf of the other Party,
(ii) to enter into any engagement or make any representation or warranty on behalf of the
other Party,
(iii) to pledge the credit of or otherwise bind or oblige the other Party, or
(iv) to commit the other Party in any way whatsoever without in each case obtaining the
other Party's prior written consent.
Sub-Contractors
System Integrator shall not subcontract any work related to this Project to be performed under
this Agreement without Maharashtra Police’s prior written consent and approval.
8.4.
In case of any such appointment of sub contractor, the System Integrator shall be the principal
employer for all claims arising from the liabilities statutory or otherwise, concerning the subcontractors. The System Integrator undertakes to indemnify Maharashtra Police or its
nominated agencies from any claims on the grounds stated hereinabove.
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Assignment
All terms and provisions of this Agreement shall be binding on and shall inure to the benefit of
Maharashtra Police, System Integrator and subject to the terms of the Agreement, any
assignment or transfer of this Agreement or the SLAs or any rights hereunder by either Party
shall be strictly prohibited.
8.5.
Trademarks, Publicity
Neither Party may use the trademarks of the other Party without the prior written consent of
the other Party. Except as required by law or the rules and regulations of the stock exchange
upon which the securities of the System Integrator is listed, neither Party shall publish or permit
to be published either along or in conjunction with any other person any press release,
information, article, photograph, illustration or any other material of whatever kind relating to
this Agreement or the business of the Parties without prior reference to and approval in writing
from the other Party, such approval not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed.
8.6.
8.7.
Notices
a. Any notice or other document, which may be given by either Party under this
Agreement, shall be given in writing in person or by Registered post or by facsimile
transmission.
b. In relation to a notice given under this Agreement , any such notice or other document
shall be addressed to the other Party's principal or registered office address as set out
below
Addl. Director General of Police, P & C
Maharashtra Police Mukhyalaya,
Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg,
Colaba, Mumbai – 400001
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +91 (022) 22023399, Voice - 505
Fax: +91 (022) 22023399
Contact Person: Shri. Pankaj Gupta, Addl. DGP, (P & C), MS
System Integrator:
Tel:
Fax:
Contact:
c. Any notice or other document shall be deemed to have been given to the other Party
(or, if relevant, its relevant associated company) when delivered (if delivered in person)
if delivered between the hours of 9.00 am and 5.00 pm at the address of the other Party
set forth above or if sent by fax, provided the copy fax is accompanied by a confirmation
of transmission, or on the next working day thereafter if delivered outside such hours,
and 7 days from the date of posting (if by letter).
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d. Either Party to this Agreement may change its address, telephone number, facsimile
number and nominated contact for notification purposes by giving the other reasonable
prior written notice of the new information and its effective date.
8.8.
Variations and Further Assurance
a. No amendment, variation or other change to this Agreement or the SLAs shall be valid
unless authorized in accordance with the change control procedure as set out in the
Change Control Schedule and made in writing and signed by the duly authorized
representatives of the Parties to this Agreement.
b. Each Party to this Agreement or the SLAs agree to enter into or execute, without
limitation, whatever other agreement, document, consent and waiver and to do all
other things which shall or may be reasonably required to complete and deliver the
obligations set out in this Agreement or the SLAs.
8.9.
Severability and Waiver
a. If any provision of this Agreement or the SLAs, or any part thereof, shall be found by any
court or administrative body of competent jurisdiction to be illegal, invalid or
unenforceable the illegality, invalidity or unenforceability of such provision or part
provision shall not affect the other provisions of this Agreement or the SLAs or the
remainder of the provisions in question which shall remain in full force and effect. The
relevant Parties shall negotiate in good faith in order to agree to substitute for any
illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision a valid and enforceable provision which
achieves to the greatest extent possible the economic, legal and commercial objectives
of the illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision or part provision within 7 working days .
b. No failure to exercise or enforce and no delay in exercising or enforcing on the part of
either Party to this Agreement or the SLAs of any right, remedy or provision of this
Agreement or the SLAs shall operate as a waiver of such right, remedy or provision in
any future application nor shall any single or partial exercise or enforcement of any right,
remedy or provision preclude any other or further exercise or enforcement of such right,
remedy or provision or the exercise or enforcement of any other right, remedy or
provision.
8.10.
Compliance with Laws and Regulations
Each Party to this Agreement and the SLAs accept that its individual conduct shall (to the
extent applicable to it) at all times comply with all applicable laws, rules and regulations.
For the avoidance of doubt the obligations of the Parties to this Agreement are subject
to their respective compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
8.11.
Ethics
System Integrator represents, warrants and covenants that it has given no commitments,
payments, gifts, kickbacks, lavish or expensive entertainment, or other things of value to
any employee or agent of Maharashtra Police, or its nominated agencies in connection
with this agreement and acknowledges that the giving of any such payment, gifts,
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entertainment, or other things of value is strictly in violation of Government of
Maharashtra’s standard policies and may result in cancellation of this Agreement.
8.12.
Entire Agreement
This MSA, the SLAs, the Project Engagement Definitions, and all schedules appended
thereto and the contents and specifications of the Volumes I and II of the RFP constitute
the entire agreement between the Parties with respect to their subject matter, and as
to all other representations, understandings or agreements which are not fully
expressed herein.
8.13.
Survivability
The termination or expiry of this Agreement or the SLAs for any reason shall not affect
or prejudice any terms of this Agreement, or the rights of the Parties under them which
are either expressly or by implication intended to come into effect or continue in effect
after such expiry or termination.
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9.
9.1.
Maharashtra Police
ARTICLE IX - DISPUTES AND LAW
Dispute Resolution
a. Any dispute arising out of or in connection with this Agreement or the SLAs shall in the
first instance be dealt with in accordance with the escalation procedure as set out in the
Governance Schedule as contained in Schedule IV to this Agreement.
Any dispute or difference whatsoever arising between the Parties to this Agreement out
of or relating to the construction, meaning, scope, operation or effect of this Agreement
or the validity of the breach thereof, which cannot be resolved through the application
of the provisions of the Governance Schedule, shall be referred to sole arbitration of the
Director General of Police, Government of Maharashtra or any other person appointed
by him and the award of the arbitrator shall be final and binding on both the parties. In
the event of such Arbitrator to whom the matter is originally referred to is being
transferred or vacates his office on resignation or otherwise or refuses to do work or
neglecting his work or being unable to act as Arbitrator for any reasons whatsoever,
Director General of Police, Government of Maharashtra shall appoint another person to
act as Arbitrator in place of outgoing Arbitrator and the person so appointed shall be
entitled to proceed further with the reference from the stage at which it was left by his
predecessor. The said Arbitrator shall act under the Provisions of the Arbitration and
conciliation Act, 1996 or any statutory modifications or re-enactment there of or any
rules made thereof. The Arbitration proceedings will be held at Mumbai, Maharashtra.
Court at Mumbai shall have the jurisdiction over all kinds of disputes.
9.2.
Amendment
The Parties acknowledge and agree that amendment to this agreement shall be made in
writing in accordance with the procedure, in which this Agreement is executed and
signed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the Parties have, by duly authorized representatives set their respective
hands and seal on the date first above written in the presence of:
WITNESSES:
Signed by:
(Name and Designation)
For and on behalf of Maharashtra Police
(FIRST PARTY)
Signed by:
(Name and designation)
An authorized signatory duly nominated
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Pursuant to Board Resolution No._______ dated_______
(SYSTEM INTEGRATOR)
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(ii) SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENT
The objective of this section is to provide the draft Service Level Agreement to be signed
between the Authorized Representative, Maharashtra Police and the successful bidder. The
agreement is the draft and can be changed after discussion between the two parties before
signing the agreement.
THIS AGREEMENT is made this _______________ day of ______________ 2011
BETWEEN:
Authorized Representative, Maharashtra Police having its administrative office at Mumbai,
India hereinafter referred to as “Buyer” (which term or expression unless excluded by or
repugnant to the subject or context shall mean and include its successors-in-office and assigns)
of the FIRST PART;
AND
[
], a registered company under the Indian Companies Act, 1956 having a registered
office at ________ and place of business at ___________ (hereinafter referred to as "SI").
WHEREAS
A. Buyer and [__________________] have entered into a Master Services Agreement dated
[__________] (the "MSA").
B. In accordance with Article [__________] of the MSA, Buyer and System integrator wish to
enter into this Service-Level Agreement (‘Agreement/SLA’) on the following terms.
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1.
Maharashtra Police
ARTICLE I: General Provisions of the Service Level Agreement
a. Definitions
i. In this Agreement, unless the context requires otherwise:
“Go Live”
The date on which the proposed solution becomes operational after successful conclusion of all
acceptance tests to the satisfaction of Maharashtra Police or as provided in this RFP.
‘Acceptance’
Acceptance of the proposed solution by Maharashtra Police after clearance by the ‘Third Party
Auditor’ deployed by Maharashtra Police.
“Service Level” means the level of service and other performance criteria which will apply to the
Services as set out in the SLA parameters effective during the Term of this SLA.
b. Interpretation
In this Agreement, unless otherwise specified:
a) References to Clauses, Sub-Clauses, Paragraphs, Schedules and Annexures are
to clauses, sub-clauses, paragraphs, schedules and annexures to this
Agreement;
b) References to any statute or statutory provision include a reference to that
statute or statutory provision as from time to time amended, extended, reenacted or consolidated and to all statutory instruments made pursuant to it.
c) Words denoting the singular shall include the plural and vice versa
d) use of any gender includes the other genders;
e) references to a ‘company’ shall be construed so as to include any company,
corporation or other body corporate, wherever and however incorporated or
established;
f) references to a ‘person’ shall be construed so as to include any individual, firm,
company, government, state or agency of a state, local or municipal authority or
government body or any joint venture, association or partnership (whether or
not having separate legal personality);
g) any reference to a ‘day’ shall mean a period of 24 hours running from midnight
to midnight;
h) references to times are to Indian Standard Time;
i) a reference to any other document referred to in this Agreement is a reference
to that other document as amended, varied, novated or supplemented at any
time; and
j) All headings and titles are inserted for convenience only. They are to be ignored
in the interpretation of this Agreement.
k) System integrator (SI) or System integrator (SI) has been used for the same
entity i.e. bidder selected for the project.
l) Unless otherwise expressly stated, the words "herein", "hereof", "hereunder"
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and similar words refer to this Agreement as a whole and not to any particular
Article, Schedule. The term Articles, refers to Articles of this Agreement. The
words "include" and "including" shall not be construed as terms of limitation.
The words "day" and "month" mean "calendar day" and "calendar month"
unless otherwise stated. Where, because of a difference in time zone, the
calendar day or calendar month in one Country differs from another Country,
then the calendar day or calendar month shall be deemed to be the calendar
day or calendar month applicable to India. The words "writing" and "written"
mean "in documented form", whether electronic or hard copy, unless otherwise
stated. Any reference to attorneys' fees shall include fees of the professional
assistants of such attorneys.
c. Measurements and Arithmetic Conventions
All measurements and calculations shall be in the metric system and calculations done to 2
(two) decimal places, with the third digit of 5 (five) or above being rounded up and below 5
(five) being rounded down except in money calculations where such amounts shall be rounded
off to the nearest INR.
d. Ambiguities within Agreement
In case of ambiguities or discrepancies within this Agreement, the following principles shall
apply:
•
•
•
as between two Clauses of this Agreement, the provisions of a specific Clause
relevant to the issue under consideration shall prevail over those in a general
Clause;
as between the provisions of this Agreement and the Schedules, the Agreement
shall prevail, save and except as expressly provided otherwise in the Agreement
or the Schedules; and
as between any value written in numerals and that in words, the value in words
shall prevail.
e. Priority of documents
The Parties hereby expressly agree that for the purpose of giving full and proper effect to
this Agreement, the MSA and this Agreement shall be read together and construed
harmoniously. In the event of any conflict between the MSA and this Agreement, the
provisions contained in the MSA shall prevail over this Agreement.
1.1.
Structure
This SLA shall operate as a legally binding services agreement specifying terms which apply to
the Parties and to the provision of the Services by the System integrator to Buyer under this SLA
and the MSA.
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Objectives of the Agreement
The System integrator is to provide Service Levels which will ensure the following:
1. Improving the efficiency of operations for the police departments.
2. Leveraging the benefits of ICT in new system
a. Reduction of manual records with computerized standardized documents.
b. Infuse transparency in operations by enabling the stakeholders to have easy
access to the records and provision of login ids and biometrics to infuse
accountability in operations.
c. Faster request processing in delivery of services with better turnaround time.
d. Automated data transfer with statewide connectivity to prevent unnecessary
duplication & simplify preparation of registers and reports.
e. Generation of meaningful MIS from the system.
f. Inbuilt mechanism of security and quality control for crucial dealer data.
1.2.
To meet the aforementioned objectives the System integrator will provide the Service Levels in
accordance with the performance metrics as more particularly described in Section (ii) Sub
Section 1.9 of the SLA mentioned in this volume of the RFP. Further this SLA shall govern the
provision of the contracted professional services to the Buyer or its nominees after the Effective
Date.
Scope of the Agreement
1.3.
This Agreement encompasses the outsourcing portion of the Total Solution as covered in the
Scope of Work in Section 3 of Volume I of the RFP between the parties. This Service Level
Agreement (SLA) will do the following:
• Establish mutual responsibilities and accountability
• Define each party’s expectations in terms of services provided
• Establish performance measurement criteria
• Define availability expectations
• Establish framework for SLA change management
• Parties Covered by this Agreement
The following parties are obligated to follow the procedures as specified by this Service Level
Agreement:
•
•
1.4.
Buyer
System integrator
Agreement Owners
The following personnel must be notified to discuss Service Level Agreement considerations and
take SLA change requests:
Title
Telephone
E-Mail
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Buyer
System integrator
Contact List
Any changes to the listed contacts must be communicated and updated prior to the change
occurring to the Principal contact of the other party.
Principal Contacts
The Buyer and the System integrator will nominate a senior staff member to be the principal
contact regarding operation of this Service Level Agreement (SLA). At the start date of this SLA,
the nominated principal contacts are:
Buyer principal contact:
_________________________
System integrator principal contact: _________________________
1.5.
Commencement and Duration of This SLA
This SLA shall commence on the date on which it is fully executed by the Buyer and the System
integrator (hereinafter the ‘Effective Date’) and shall, unless terminated earlier in accordance
with its terms or unless otherwise agreed by the Parties, expire on the date on which this SLA
expires or terminates for any reason, which shall be Five years from the “Go-Live” of the Project.
1.6.
Terms of Payment and Service Credits and Debits
1. In consideration of the Services and subject to the provisions of the MSA and this SLA,
the Buyer shall pay the amounts in accordance with the Terms of Payment Schedule of
the MSA.
2. It is clarified here that the Buyer or its nominated agencies can also calculate a financial
sum and debit the same against the terms of payment as defined in the Terms of
Payment Schedule of the MSA as a result of the failure of the System integrator to meet
the Service Level under the affected Project Engagement Definition, such sum being
determined in accordance with the terms of the Project Engagement Definition.
1.7.
Updating the Service Level Agreement
1. Any and all changes to the agreement will be initiated in writing between the Buyer and
the System integrator. The service levels in this agreement are considered to be
standard for the Buyer and will only be modified if both parties agree to an appended
set of terms and conditions.
2. This Service Level Agreement is not a fixed document to be produced once and used
forever. Instead, it must be re-evaluated and updated as the work environment changes.
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As technology changes, the services and systems covered by this Agreement will change.
New areas of responsibility must be documented.
3. This document will be reviewed and revised annually. Changes to the Service Level
Agreement may be required at other times to include new systems, change in operating
hours, etc.
4. This agreement is effective on the Go-Live Date, and is in effect until SLA is terminated
by either party. The buyer and the System integrator must agree upon any additions
and changes to this SLA.
5. Service Level Agreement Change Request Process
i. SI and/or Buyer identify a requirement different from any in the current Service
Level Agreement.
ii. SI or Buyer completes a Service Level Agreement Change Request.
iii. SLA Change Request is presented to Buyer and SI for review.
iv. Each party must approve all Service Level Agreement changes within stipulated
time frame.
v. If the change is approved, the approval information is filled in on the change
form, the requesting party is notified of the implementation date, the approved
request is communicated in writing to both Buyer and SI, and the Service Level
Agreement Change Request is appended to the Service Level Agreement. If the
changes are not approved, the Requestor of the change will be notified. The
Service Level Agreement is updated once a year, with the appended changes
and republished to Buyer and System integrator.
1.8.
Document History
All revisions made to this document are listed here in chronological order.
Version
1.9.
Date
Description of Change
Scope of services
Services provided to the Buyer from System integrator
The SI services will be available to all the office locations of the Maharashtra Police on all days as
per the standards defined for each activity/ service in the Service Level Requirements detailed in
Section (ii) Sub Section 1.9 of the SLA as defined in this volume of the RFP.
Responsibilities and Obligations
RFP Volume I define the Buyer and SI roles and responsibilities typically required to successfully
support the initiative.
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Performance Review
The Principal Contacts will meet quarterly to discuss priorities, service levels and system
performance. Additional meetings may be held at the request of either the Buyer or the SI. The
Agenda for these meetings will at least cover:
i.
Service Performance
ii.
Review of Specific Problems/Exceptions and Priorities
iii.
Review Operation of the SLA and determine corrective action to overcome
deficiencies.
Interpretation
Apart from the provisions as set out hereinabove, the terms and conditions stated in the MSA
shall apply mutatis mutandis to this SLA. In the event of a conflict in interpretation of any Article
in the MSA and the SLA, the provisions of the MSA shall prevail.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the Parties have by duly authorized representatives set their respective
hands and seal on the date first above written in the presence of:
WITNESSES:
Signed by:
(Name and designation)
Authorized Signatory of Buyer
Signed by:
(Name and designation)
(System integrator)
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1.10.
Maharashtra Police
Annexure: Detailed SLAs
1. This annexure describes the service levels to be established for the Services offered by the SI to the
Maharashtra Police. The SI shall monitor and maintain the stated service levels to provide quality
service to the Maharashtra Police.
2. Definitions :
a. “Scheduled Maintenance Time” shall mean the time that the System is not in service
due to a scheduled activity as defined in this SLA. The scheduled maintenance time would not
be during 16X6 timeframe. Further, scheduled maintenance time is planned downtime with the
prior permission of the Maharashtra Police.
b. “Scheduled operation time” means the scheduled operating hours of the System for the
month. All scheduled maintenance time on the system would be deducted from the total
operation time for the month to give the scheduled operation time. The total operation time
for the systems and applications within the Primary DC, DRC and critical client site
infrastructure will be 24X7X365. The total operation time for the client site systems shall be 18
hours.
c. “System or Application downtime” means accumulated time during which the System is
totally inoperable within the Scheduled Operation Time but outside the scheduled
maintenance time and measured from the time the Maharashtra Police and/or its employees
log a call with the SI team of the failure or the failure is known to the SI from the availability
measurement tools to the time when the System is returned to proper operation.
d. “Availability” means the time for which the services and facilities are available for
conducting operations on the Maharashtra Police system including application and associated
infrastructure. Availability is defined as:
{(Scheduled Operation Time – System Downtime) / (Scheduled Operation Time)} * 100%
e. “Helpdesk Support” shall mean the 16x6 basis support centre which shall handle Fault
reporting, Trouble Ticketing and related enquiries during this contract.
f.
“Incident” refers to any event / abnormalities in the functioning of the Data Centre
Equipment / Services that may lead to disruption in normal operations of the Data Centre,
System or Application services.
3. Interpretations
a. The business hours are 08:30 AM hrs to 08:30 PM working days (Mon-Sat) excluding Public
Holidays or any other Holidays observed by the Maharashtra Police. The SI however recognizes
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the fact that the Maharashtra Police offices will require to work beyond the business hours on
need basis.
b. "Non-Business Hours" shall mean hours excluding “Business Hours”.
c. 18X7 shall mean hours between 06:00AM -12.00 midnight on all days of the week.
d. If the operations at Primary DC are not switched to DRC within the stipulated
timeframe (Recovery Time Objective), it will be added to the system downtime.
e. The availability for a cluster will be the average of availability computed across all the servers
in a cluster, rather than on individual servers. However, non compliance with performance
parameters for infrastructure and system / service degradation will be considered for
downtime calculation.
f. The SLA parameters shall be monitored on a monthly basis as per the individual SLA parameter
requirements. However, if the performance of the system/services is degraded significantly at
any given point in time during the contract and if the immediate measures are not
implemented and issues are not rectified to the complete satisfaction of the Maharashtra
Police or an agency designated by them, then the Maharashtra Police will have the right to
take appropriate disciplinary actions including termination of the contract.
g. A Service Level violation will occur if the SI fails to meet Minimum Service Levels, as measured
on a half yearly basis, for a particular Service Level. Overall Availability and Performance
Measurements will be on a monthly basis for the purpose of Service Level reporting. An
“Availability and Performance Report” will be provided by the SI on monthly basis in the
Maharashtra Police suggested format and a review shall be conducted based on this report. A
monthly Availability and Performance Report shall be provided to the Maharashtra Police at
the end of every month containing the summary of all incidents reported and associated SI
performance measurement for that period. The monthly Availability and Performance Report
will be deemed to be accepted by the Maharashtra Police upon review and signoff by both SI
and the Maharashtra Police. Where required, some of the Service Levels will be assessed
through audits or reports e.g. utilization reports, measurements reports, etc., as appropriate to
be provided by the SI on a monthly basis, in the formats as required by the Maharashtra Police
The tools to perform the audit will need to be provided by the SI. Audits will normally be done
on regular basis or as required by the Maharashtra Police and will be performed by the
Maharashtra Police or the Maharashtra Police appointed third party agencies.
h. EMS system as specified in this RFP shall play a critical role in monitoring the SLA compliance
and hence will have to be customized accordingly. The 3rd party testing and audit of the
system shall put sufficient emphasis on ensuring the capability of EMS system to capture
SLA compliance correctly and as specified in this RFP. The selected System Integrator (SI) must
deploy EMS tool and develop additional scripts (if required) for capturing the required data for
SLA report generation in automated way. This tool should generate the SLA Monitoring report
in the end of every month which is to be shared with the Maharashtra Police on a monthly
basis. The tool should also be capable of generating SLA reports for a half-year. The
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i.
j.
Maharashtra Police
Maharashtra Police will audit the tool and the scripts on a regular basis.
The Post Implementation SLAs will prevail from the start of the Operations and
Maintenance Phase. However, SLAs will be subject to being redefined, to the extent
neces sitate d b y fi eld exp erienc e at the police stations / higher of fice s and the
d evelopments of technology practices globally. The SLAs may be reviewed on an annual/biannual basis as the Maharashtra Police decides after taking the advice of the SI and other
agencies. All the changes would be made by the Maharashtra Police in consultation with the SI.
The SI is expected to provide the following service levels. In case these service levels
cannot be achieved at service levels defined in the tables below, it shall result in a breach of
contract and invo ke t he penalty clause. Payme nts to the SI are linked to the compliance
with the SLA metrics laid down in the tables below. The penalties will be computed and
calculated as per the computation explained in this Annexure. During the contract period, it is
envisaged that there could be changes to the SLA, in terms of addition, alteration or deletion of
certain parameters, based on mutual consent of both the parties i.e. the Maharashtra Police
and SI.
k. Following tables outlines the key service level requirements for the system, which needs be
ensured by the SI during the operations and maintenance period. These requirements shall be
strictly imposed and either the Maharashtra Police or a third party audit/certification agency
shall be deployed for certifying the performance of the SI against the target performance
metrics as outlined in the tables below.
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Implementation Phase SLAs
1. Capacity Building
Service Level
Description
Capacity Building
Measurement
At least 80% of the trainees within the training program should give a rating of
satisfactory or above.
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored and measured on a per District basis
through feedback survey to be provided to each attendee within the program.
If the training quality in the program falls below the minimum service level, it will be
treated as one (1) violation.
The total number of violations for the payment period will be the cumulative
number of violations across all the programs across all Districts in the payment
period.
2. Data Migration / Digitization
Service Level
Description
Data Migration
Measurement
Error rate in a batch should be less than 5%.
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be measured on a monthly basis for each Police Station /
Higher Office.
If the data migration / digitization service level in a police station / higher
office falls below the minimum service level, it will be treated as one (1) violation
The total number of violations for the payment period will be the cumulative number
of violations across all the police stations / higher offices in the payment period.
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Delivery Related Service Level Agreement (SLA) Criteria
Explanation: The deduction mentioned in this table shall be made from the next due payment to the vendor for services provided on Statewide
basis.
S.
No.
Service Metrics
Baseline
Lower Performance
Violation of Service
agreement
Metric
Metric
Metric
level
Basis
of
Measurement
Remarks
Parameters
Deduction
Deduction
1
Delivery of the
reports/
deliverables due
for this section
week Rs. 10,000
As per the One
as after the due
dates
mentioned in date
the contract
>1 week after Rs. 20,000 for Dates
the due date every week of delivery
delay
reports
mentioned
the contract
2
Development,
deployment and
testing of CAS
(State) application
5
months 5-7 months
from date of
signing
of
contract
More than 7 Rs. 1,00,000 Months taken
months
per month of after beginning
delay
of
the
assignment to
develop
and
the
test
application
at the Data
center by the
Operator,
not
including
the
software audit
by TPA
100,000
Rupees
for
of
as
in
The centralized
application
should be tested
for
desired
functionalities,
security,
and
completeness as
well
as
compliance with
SLA, within the
period
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Delivery Related Service Level Agreement (SLA) Criteria
Explanation: The deduction mentioned in this table shall be made from the next due payment to the vendor for services provided on
Statewide basis.
Sr.
No.
Service Metrics
Parameters
Baseline
Lower Performance
Violation of Service
agreement
Metric
Metric
Deduction
Metric
3-4 months
For
non- > 4 months
compliance at
each point of
deployment:
Rs. 30,000
1.
Supply,
3 months
installation and
Commissioning of
hardware
at
offices
2.
Supply,
installation and
Commissioning of
the Data Center
Equipment
6
months 6-7 months
from the date
of signing of
contract
Rs. 100,000
level Basis
of
Measurement
Remarks
Deduction
For
noncompliance at
each point of
deployment:
Rs. 45,000
Months
after
taking over of
the office site
for project
The deduction
shall be made
per site basis,
where criterion
is not satisfied
More than 7 Rs. 100,000
months
for
every
month
of delay
Months taken
after beginning
of
the
assignment
Maharashtra
Police may
conduct
independent
audit to verify
that the data
center is as per
the
specifications.
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Delivery Related Service Level Agreement (SLA) Criteria
Explanation: The deduction mentioned in this table shall be made from the next due payment to the vendor for services provided on
Statewide basis.
Sr.
No.
Service Metrics
Parameters
Baseline
Lower Performance
Violation of Service
agreement
Metric
Metric
Metric
Less
than Rs. 15,000 /
80%
and training
more
than session
60%
attendees
find
the
training
satisfactory
3.
Capacity building
At least 80%
of the
training
audience
should give a
rating
of
satisfactory
or above
4
Data Digitization
Error rate in Error
rate
a
batch between 5%
during
- 10%
verification
should
be
less than 5%
Deduction
level Basis
of
Measurement
Remarks
Deduction
Less
than Rs.
25,000
per
training
60% of the
session
attendees
find
the
training
satisfactory
Rs. 5,000 / Error rate of
batch
and over 10%.
correction of
records
Feedback
survey to be
provided
to
each attendee
The feedback of
the attendees
must be taken
after
every
training session
and
this
feedback should
be leveraged for
improving the
capacity building
program
Rs. 10,000 / Error rate in a
batch and the batch
during
entire batch to verification
be re-done
Error rate is
measured
by
percentage of
the records
with corrections
marked
by
designated
officials
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Delivery Related Service Level Agreement (SLA) Criteria
Explanation: The deduction mentioned in this table shall be made from the next due payment to the vendor for services provided on
Statewide basis.
Sr.
No.
Service Metrics
Parameters
5
Maintenance
phase
Baseline
Lower Performance
Violation of Service
agreement
Metric
Metric
Metric
Deduction
All the issues
reported
regarding
hardware,
software etc.
should
be
resolved
within
24
hours
Resolution of Rs. 500
issues within
2
working
days
of
reporting
Resolution of
the
issue
after 2
working days
Rs. 1000 for Time and date
every
day of reporting of
delay
over the issue
and
above
beyond
Deduction
level Basis
of
Measurement
Remarks
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3. Violations and Associated Penalties
a. The primary intent of Penalties is to ensure that the system
performs in accordance with the defined service levels. Penalties are
not meant to be punitive or, conversely, a vehicle for additional fees.
b. Penalty Calculations : The framework for Penalties, as a result of not
meeting the Service Level Targets is as follows:
i. The performance will be measured for each of the defined
service level metric against the minimum / target service level
requirements and the violations will be calculated accordingly.
ii. The number of violations in the reporting period for each level
of severity will be totalled and used for the calculation of
Penalties.
iii. Penalties applicable for each of the high severity violations
are 0.1% of respective payment-period payment to the SI.
iv. Penalties applicable for each of the medium severity
violations are 0.05% of respective payment-period payment to
the SI.
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Post Implementation Phase SLAs
1. Primary DC/DRC Site Infrastructure Systems and Application Availability and
Performance
a. Production CAS Systems. The failure or disruption has a direct impact
on the state / UT’s ability to service its police stations / higher offices,
ability to perform critical back- office functions or a direct impact on the
organization. This includes but not limited to
i. Storage and related switches at Primary DC and DRC.
ii. Web, Application, Database, and Backup Servers at Primary DC
and DRC.
iii. Primary DC to DRC connectivity.
iv. Primary DC and DRC network infrastructure.
v. Primary DC and DRC security infrastructure.
b. Non-CAS Systems in Production and Non Production Systems
(Development, QA, and Training): The failure or disruption has no direct
impact on the Maharashtra Police’s ability to serve its police stations /
higher offices, or perform critical back-office functions.
i. Production Non CAS Servers.
ii. Test, QA and Training Servers.
iii. Helpdesk infrastructure & applications.
iv. EMS Infrastructure.
c. CAS Solution Components: The failure or disruption has a direct impact
on the Maharashtra Police’s ability to service its police stations / higher
offices, ability to perform critical back-office functions or a direct impact
on the organization.
d. Non ERP Solution Components: The failure or disruption has no direct
impact on the Maharashtra Police’s ability to serve its police stations /
higher offices, or perform critical back- office functions.
e. These service levels will be monitored on a monthly basis.
f.
The below tables gives details on the Service Levels the SI should
maintain.
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Service
Measurement
Level
Description
Infrastructure Availability of production CAS systems shall be at least 99%
Availability
Severity of Violation : High
Availability over
period
the
six- month
Violations for calculation of
penalty
< 99% & >= 98.5%
1
< 98.5% & >= 98%
2
< 98%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the six- month
period falls below 98%, one (1) additional violation will be added for each
such month to the overall violations for this service level.
Infrastructure Availability o f no n -CAS syst e m s i n p ro d u c t io n an d n o n -production
systems shall be at least 97%.
Availability
Severity of Violation: Medium
Availability over the six- month
period
Violations for calculation of
penalty
< 97% & >= 96.5%
1
< 96.5% & >= 96%
2
< 96%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the six- month
period falls below 96%, one (1) additional violation will be added for each
such month to the overall violations for this service level.
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Service
Measurement
Level
Description
Infrastructure Recovery Time Objective (RTO) shall be less than or
equal to six (6) hours.
Availability
Severity of Violation: High
Each instance of non-meeting this service level will be treated as one
(1) Violation.
Infrastructure Recovery Point Objective (RPO) (Zero data loss in case of failure at Primary
DC) should be zero minutes
Availability
Severity of Violation: High
Each instance of non-meeting this service level will be treated as two
(2) Violations.
Infrastructure Sustained period of peak CPU utilization of any server crossing 70% (with the
exception of batch processing) shall be less than or equal to 30 minutes.
Performance
Severity of Violation: High
Each occurrence where the peak CPU utilization of any server crosses 70%
(with the exception of batch processing) and stays above 70% for time more
than 30 minutes will be treated as one (1) instance.
Number of instances over
the six month period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
>0 & <=3
1
>3
2
In addition to the above, if the number of instances in any month in the sixmonth period exceeds 3, one (1) additional violation will be added for each
such month to the overall violations for this service level.
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Service
Measurement
Level
Description
Infrastructure Sustained period of peak I/O utilization of any server crossing 70% (with the
exception of batch processing) shall be less than or equal to 30 minutes.
Performance
Severity of Violation: High
Each occurrence where the peak I/O utilization of any server crosses 70%
(with the exception of batch processing) and stays above 70% for time more
than 30 minutes will be treated as one (1) instance.
Number of instances over the
Violations for calculation of
six month period
penalty
>0 & <=3
1
>3
2
In addition to the above, if the number of instances in any month in the sixmonth period exceeds 3, one (1) additional violation will be added for each
such month to the overall violations for this service level.
Infrastructure Sustained period of peak memory utilization of any server crossing 70% (with
the exception of batch processing) shall be less than or equal to 30 minutes.
Performance
Severity of Violation: High
Each occurrence where the peak memory utilization of any server
crosses 70% (with the exception of batch processing) and stays above 70%
for time more than 30 minutes will be treated as one (1) instance.
Number of instances over the Violations for calculation
six month period
of penalty
>0 & <=3
1
>3
2
In addition to the above, if the number of instances in any month in the sixmonth period exceeds 3, one (1) additional violation will be added for each
such month to the overall violations for this service level.
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Service
Level
Description
Application
Availability
Maharashtra Police
Measurement
Availability of CAS solution components measured within the Data Center
shall be at least 99.9%
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Availability over
month period
the
six-
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 99.9% & >= 99.5%
1
< 99.5% & >= 99%
2
< 99%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the six- month
period falls below 99%, one (1) additional violation will be added for each
such month to the overall violations for this service level.
Application
Availability
Availability of non-CAS solution components measured within the Data
Center shall be at least 97%
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Availability over
month period
the
six-
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 97% & >= 96%
1
< 96%
2
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the six- month
period falls below 96%, one (1) additional violation will be added for each
such month to the overall violations for this service level.
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Service
Measurement
Level
Description
Average application response time during peak usage hours as measured
Application
from a client terminal within the Data Center shall not exceed 4 seconds.
Performance
Severity of Violation: High
The list of critical business functions and peak usage hours will be identified
by the Maharashtra Police during the Supply and System Integration Phase.
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Average
application
Violations for calculation
response time
over
of penalty
the
six-month
period
> 4s & <= 5s
2
> 5s & <= 6s
4
> 6s
5
In addition to the above, if the average turnaround time in any month in the
six-month period goes beyond 6s, one (1) additional violation will be added
for each such month to the overall violations for this service level.
2. Client Site Infrastructure Systems
a. Critical Client Site Systems. The failure or disruption results in inability
of the police station / higher offices to service its dependent offices or
perform critical back-office functions. Critical client site infrastructure
means the IT infrastructure at client site which are shared by multiple
users i.e., Core Switch, Core Routers, etc.
b. This service level will be measured on a monthly basis for each
implementation site
c. The below tables gives details on the Service Levels the SI should
maintain.
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Service
Level
Description
Measurement
Client Site Systems
Availability
Availability of the critical client site infrastructure components at all
the implementation sites shall be at least 99%
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be measured on a monthly basis for each
implementation site.
If the availability in a month for an implementation site falls below the
minimum service level, it will be treated as one (1) violation.
The total number of violations for the six-month period will be the
cumulative number of violations across all the months across all sites
in the six-month period.
3. Handholding Support: Client Site Support
a. Level 1 Incident The incident has an immediate impact on the
Maharashtra Police’s ability to service its police stations / higher offices,
to perform critical back-office functions or has a direct impact on the
organization.
b. Level 2 Incidents The incident has an impact on the Maharashtra
Police’s ability to service its police stations / higher offices that while not
immediate, can cause service to degrade if not resolved within
reasonable time frames
c. The severity of the individual incidents will be mutually determined by
the Maharashtra Police and SI.
d. The scheduled operation time for the client site systems shall be the
business hours of the Maharashtra Police.
e. This service level will be measured on a monthly basis for each
implementation site.
f.
The tables on the following page give details of the Service Levels the SI
is required to maintain.
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Service
Level
Description
Measurement
Client Site Support
Performance
80% of the Level 1 Incidents at each site should be resolved within 2
business hours from the time call is received / logged whichever is
earlier. The maximum resolution time for any incident of this nature
shall not exceed 8 business hours.
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be measured on a monthly basis for each
implementation site.
If the performance in a month for an implementation site falls below
the minimum service level, it will be treated as one (1) instance. The
total number of instances for the six-month period will be the
cumulative number of instances across all the months across all sites
in the six- month period.
Average number of instances per month = (Total number of instances
for the six-month period) / 6
Client Site Support
Performance
Average number of instances per month
Violations for
calculation
>0 & <=4
1
>4 & <=8
2
>8 & <=12
3
>12
4
80% of the Level 2 Incidents at each site should be resolved within 6
business hours from the time a call is received / logged whichever is
earlier. The maximum resolution time for any incident of this nature
shall not exceed 48 hours.
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be measured on a monthly basis for each
implementation site.
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Service
Level
Description
Maharashtra Police
Measurement
If the performance in a month for an implementation site falls below
the minimum service level, it will be treated as one (1) instance. The
total number of instances for the six-month period will be the
cumulative number of instances across all the months across all sites
in the six- month period.
Average number of instances per month = (Total number of instances
for the six-month period) / 6
Client Site Support
Performance
Average number of instances per
month
Violations for calculation
penalty
>0 & <=4
1
>4 & <=8
2
>8 & <=12
3
>12
4
Replacement of hardware equipment shall be done within 7 days of
notification by the Maharashtra Police. These equipments would have
failed on four or more occasions in a period of less than three months
or six times in a period of less than twelve months. (Mean Time
Between Failure Condition)
Severity of Violation: High
Each instance of non-meeting this service level will be treated as one
(1) violation.
4. Handholding Support: Application Support
a. Level 1 Defects The failure to fix has an immediate impact on the
Maharashtra Police’s ability to service its police stations / higher offices,
inability to perform critical back-office functions or a direct impact on
the organization.
b. Level 2 Defects: The failure to fix has an impact on the Maharashtra
Police’s ability to service its police stations / higher offices that while not
immediate, can cause service to degrade if not resolved within
reasonable time frames.
c. Level 3 Defects: The failure to fix has no direct impact on the
Maharashtra Police’s ability to serve its police stations / higher officers,
or perform critical back-office functions.
d. The severity of the individual defects will be mutually determined by
the Maharashtra Police and SI.
e. This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
f. The below tables gives details on the Service Levels the SI should
maintain.
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Service Level
Description
Measurement
Application
Support
Performance
95% of the Level 1 defects shall be resolved within 4 business hours
from the time of reporting full details.
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Performance over the six- month Violations for calculation
period
of penalty
< 95% & >= 90%
1
< 90% & >= 85%
2
< 85%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 85%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
level.
Application Support 95% of the Level 2 defects shall be resolved within 72 hours from the
time of reporting full details.
Performance
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 95% & >= 90%
1
< 90% & >= 85%
2
< 85%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 85%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
level.
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Service Level
Description
Maharashtra Police
Measurement
Application Support 100% of the Level 3 defects shall be resolved within 120 hours from
the time of reporting full details.
Performance
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 100% & >= 90%
1
< 90% & >= 80%
2
< 80%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 80%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
level.
Application Support Up to date of the documentation of the design, modifications,
enhancements, and defect-fixes in the half-yearly period.
Performance
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be measured on a half-yearly basis.
Each instance of non-meeting this service level will be treated as one
(1) violation.
5. Network Uptime
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
The below tables gives details on the Service Levels the SI should maintain.
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Service
Level
Description
Measurement
Network Uptime
Availability of the network and all related components at all the
implementation sites shall be at least 99%
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be measured on a monthly basis for each
implementation site.
If the network availability in a month falls below the minimum
service level, it will be treated as one (1) violation.
The total number of violations for the six-month period will be the
cumulative number of violations across all the months across all sites
in the six-month period.
6. Handholding Support: Helpdesk and Data Center Support
a. Level 1 Calls: The failure to fix has an immediate impact on the
Maharashtra Police’s ability to service its police stations / higher offices,
inability to perform critical back-office functions or a direct impact on
the organization.
b. Level 2 Calls: The failure to fix has an impact on the Maharashtra
Police’s ability to service its police stations / higher offices that while not
immediate, can cause service to degrade if not resolved within
reasonable time frames.
c. Level 3 Calls: The failure to fix has no direct impact on the
Maharashtra Police’s ability to serve its police stations / higher offices,
or perform critical back-office functions.
d. This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
e. The below tables gives details on the Service Levels the SI should
maintain.
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Service
Level
Description
Measurement
Helpdesk
Performance
98% of the calls shall be answered within 45 seconds.
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Helpdesk
Performance
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation of
penalty
< 98% & >= 90%
1
< 90% & >= 80%
2
< 80%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 80%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
level.
98% of the incidents within helpdesk resolution capacity shall
be resolved in a cycle time of 24 hours
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 98% & >= 90%
1
< 90% & >= 80%
2
< 80%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 80%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
level.
Helpdesk
Performance
98% of the non SI supported incidents shall be routed to the
appropriate service provider within 30 minutes.
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
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Service
Level
Description
Maharashtra Police
Measurement
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 98% & >= 90%
1
< 90% & >= 80%
2
< 80%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 80%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
level.
Helpdesk
Performance
80% of the Level 1 calls shall be resolved within 2 hours from call
received / logged whichever is earlier. The maximum resolution
time for any incident of this nature shall not exceed 8 business
hours.
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 80% & >= 70%
1
< 70% & >= 60%
2
< 60%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 60%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
level.
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Service
Level
Description
Measurement
Helpdesk
Performance
80% of the Level 2 calls shall be resolved within 6 hours from call
received / logged whichever is earlier. The maximum resolution
time for any incident of this nature shall not exceed 48 hours.
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 80% & >= 70%
1
< 70% & >= 60%
2
< 60%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 60%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
level.
Helpdesk
Performance
80% of the Level 3 calls shall be reported on status and action to be
communicated within 24 hours from call received / logged
whichever is earlier. The maximum resolution time for any incident
of this nature shall not exceed 72 hours.
Severity of Violation: High
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
Performance over the sixmonth period
Violations for calculation
of penalty
< 80% & >= 70%
1
< 70% & >= 60%
2
< 60%
3
In addition to the above, if the service level in any month in the sixmonth period falls below 60%, one (1) additional violation will be
added for each such month to the overall violations for this service
level.
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Service
Level
Description
Maharashtra Police
Measurement
Datacenter Support Replacement of hardware equipment shall be done within 15 days
of notification by the Maharashtra Police. These equipments would
Performance
have failed on four or more occasions in a period of less than three
months or six times in a period of less than twelve months. (Mean
Time Between Failure Condition)
Severity of Violation: High
Each instance of non-meeting this service level will be treated as
one (1) violation.
Datacenter Support Up to date of the documentation of the design, modifications,
enhancements, and fixes.
Performance
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be measured on a half-yearly basis.
Each instance of non-meeting this service level will be treated as
one (1) violation
7. Reporting
a. The below tables gives details on the Service Levels the SI should
maintain for client site systems availability.
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Service
Level
Description
Measurement
Availability and
Performance Report
Provide monthly SLA compliance reports, monitoring and
maintenance related MIS reports by the 5th of the following
month.
Severity of Violation: Medium
This service level will be monitored on a monthly basis.
If the monthly SLA compliance report related to the service
level metrics is not provided in the given timeframe, it will be
treated as one (1) instance.
The total number of instances for the six-month period will be the
cumulative number of instances across all the months in the sixmonth period.
Violations for calculation
Total number of
instances over the six month of penalty
period
>0 & <=3
1
>3
2
8. Credits for Successful Application Uptake
Service
Level
Description
Measurement
CCTNS Uptake
The following metrics will be measured at the end of each reporting
period for each District that has been declared as “Go Live”:
1. Number of key transactions carried through
internet (ex: Transactional such as submitting an
application for a no-objection certificate and
Informational such a requesting the status of a case)
2. Number of active users profiles in CCTNS
3. Number of read-write transactions on CCTNS system
4. Number of Searches carried out on data in CCTNS
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5. Total number of FIRs prepared through CCTNS
6. Total number of Crime Details Forms prepared
through CCTNS
7. Total number of Key Investigation Forms prepared
through CCTNS
8. Total number of Arrest Cards prepared through
CCTNS
9. Total number of Charge Sheets prepared through
CCTNS
10. Quality (recency and accuracy) of information
available in CCTNS
11. Number of cases reported to be solved because
of the availability of CCTNS
12. Number of ad-hoc requests successfully responded
to using CCTNS
13. Turnaround Time for submitting the monthly and
annual crime/criminal information to NCRB from the
State/UT
A credit will be gained for each of the above parameters if the uptake
for that parameter shows significant improvement.
The following table applies for each of the above parameters:
%
increase
over the
measurement in the last
reporting period
Credits
>5 & <=10%
2
>10 & <=15%
3
> 15%
4
a. The below tables gives details of the credits that can gain by the SI for
successful uptake of the application in the State/UT. The credits will not
be calculated for the first reporting period.
9. Violations and Associated Penalties
a. The primary intent of Penalties is to ensure that the system
performs in accordance with the defined service levels. Penalties are
not meant to be punitive or, conversely, a vehicle for additional fees.
b. A six monthly performance evaluation will be conducted using the six
monthly reporting periods of that period.
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c. Penalty Calculations The framework for Penalties, as a result of not
meeting the Service Level Targets is as follows:
i. The performance will be measured for each of the defined
service level metric against the minimum / target service level
requirements and the violations will be calculated accordingly.
ii. The number of violations in the reporting period for each level
of severity will be totalled and used for the calculation of
Penalties.
1. If the total number of credits gained by the SI is lower
than the total number of high severity violations in
the reporting period, the total number of credits will
be subtracted from the total number of High
Severity Violations in the reporting period for the
calculation of Penalties.
2. If the total number of credits gained by the SI is higher
than the total number of high severity violations in the
reporting period, the resultant total number of high
severity violations in the reporting period for calculation
of penalties will be considered as zero (0).
iii. Penalties applicable for each of the high severity violations are
two (2) % of respective half yearly payment to the SI.
iv. A penalty applicable for each of the medium severity violations
is one (1%) of respective half yearly payment to the SI.
v. Penalties applicable for each of the low severity violations is
half percentage (0.5%) of respective half yearly payment to the
SI.
vi. Penalties applicable for not meeting a high (H) critical
performance target in two consecutive half years on same
criteria shall result in additional deduction of 5% of the
respective half yearly payment to the SI Penalty shall be
applicable separately for each such high critical activity
vii. Penalties applicable for not meeting a medium (M) critical
performance target in two consecutive half yearly periods on
same criteria shall result in additional deduction of 3% of the
respective half yearly payment to the SI. Penalty shall be
applicable separately for each such medium critical activity
viii. Penalties applicable for not meeting a low (L) critical
performance target in two consecutive half yearly periods on
same criteria shall result in additional deduction of 2% of the
respective half yearly payment to the SI. Penalty shall be
applicable separately for each such medium critical activity
ix. It is to be noted that if the overall penalty applicable for any of
the review period during the currency of the contract exceeds
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25% or if the overall penalty applicable for any of the
successive half year periods during the currency of the
contract is above 15%; then the Maharashtra Police shall have
the right to terminate the contract.
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(iii) NON DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT
This Agreement is made as of the ------------- 2011 between the (Maharashtra Police – Government
of Maharashtra), having its headquarters at (
) hereinafter called “Maharashtra Police”
which expression shall unless repugnant to the subject or the context mean and included its
successors, nominees or assigns and M/s ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- a company incorporated under the Indian Companies Act, 1956, and having its
registered office at ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ herein after
called “System integrator” which expression shall unless repugnant to the subject or the context
mean and include its successors, nominees or assigns.
Whereas in order to pursue the mutual business purpose of this particular project as (Maharashtra
Police and M/s---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- recognize
that there is a need to disclose to M/s----------------------------------------- certain information, as
defined in para 1 below, of Maharashtra Police to be used only for the Business Purpose and to
protect such confidential information from unauthorized use and disclosure.
In consideration of the other party’s disclosure of such information, M/s---------------------------------------- agrees as follows:
1. This Agreement will apply to all confidential and proprietary information disclosed by
Maharashtra Police to the System integrator, and other information which the disclosing party
identifies in writing or otherwise as confidential before or within thirty days after disclosure to the
System integrator (“Confidential Information”). Information consists of certain specifications,
documents, software, prototypes and/or technical information, and all copies and derivatives
containing such Information, that may be disclosed to the System integrator for and during the
Purpose, which a party considers proprietary or confidential (“Information”).
Information may be in any form or medium, tangible or intangible, and may be
communicated/disclosed in writing, orally, or through visual observation or by any other means to
the system integrator by Maharashtra Police. Information shall be subject to this Agreement, if it is
in tangible form, only if clearly marked as proprietary or confidential as the case may be, when
disclosed to the System integrator or, if not in tangible form, its proprietary nature must first be
announced, and it must be reduced to writing and furnished to the System integrator within thirty
(30) days of the initial disclosure.
2.
M/s ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- and Maharashtra
Police hereby agreed at during the Confidentiality Period:
a) The System integrator shall use Information only for the Purpose, shall hold Information in
confidence using the same degree of care as it normally exercises to protect its own proprietary
information, but not less than reasonable care, taking into account the nature of the Information,
and shall grant access to Information only to its employees who have a need to know, but only to
the extent necessary to carry out the business purpose of this project, shall cause its employees to
comply with the provisions of this Agreement applicable to the System integrator, shall reproduce
Information only to the extent essential to fulfilling the Purpose, and shall prevent disclosure of
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Information to third parties. The System integrator may, however, disclose the Information to its
contractors with a need to know; provided that by doing so, the System integrator agrees to bind
those consultants and contractors to terms at least as restrictive as those stated herein, advise
them of their obligations, and indemnify Maharashtra Police for any breach of those obligations.
b) Upon the disclosing party's request, the System integrator shall either return to the disclosing
party all Information or shall certify to the disclosing party that all media containing Information
have been destroyed. Provided, however, that an archival copy of the Information may be retained
in the files of the System integrator's counsel, solely for the purpose of proving the contents of the
Information.
3. The foregoing restrictions on each party's use or disclosure of Information shall not apply to
Information that the System integrator can demonstrate:
a. was independently developed by or for the System integrator without reference to the
Information, or was received without restrictions; or
b. has become generally available to the public without breach of confidentiality obligations of
the System integrator; or
c. was in the System integrator's possession without restriction or was known by the System
integrator without restriction at the time of disclosure; or
d. is the subject of a subpoena or other legal or administrative demand for disclosure; provided,
however, that the System integrator has given the disclosing party prompt notice of such
demand for disclosure and the System integrator reasonably cooperates with the disclosing
party's efforts to secure an appropriate protective order; or
e. is disclosed with the prior consent of the disclosing party; or
f. was in its possession or known to it by being in its use or being recorded in its files or
computers or other recording media prior to receipt from the disclosing party and was not
previously acquired by the System integrator from the disclosing party under an obligation of
confidence; or
g. the System integrator obtains or has available from a source other than the disclosing party
without breach by the System integrator or such source of any obligation of confidentiality or
non-use towards the disclosing party.
4. The System integrator agrees not to remove any of the other party’s Confidential Information
from the premises of Maharashtra Police without Maharashtra Police’s prior written approval. The
System integrator agrees to exercise extreme care in protecting the confidentiality of any
Confidential Information which is removed, only with Maharashtra Police’s prior written approval,
from Maharashtra Police’s premises. Each party agrees to comply with any and all terms and
conditions the disclosing party may impose upon any such approved removal, such as conditions
that the removed Confidential Information and all copies must be returned by a certain date, and
that no copies are to be made of the same off the premises.
5. Upon Maharashtra Police’s request, the System integrator will promptly return to Maharashtra
Police all tangible items containing or consisting of the disclosing party’s Confidential Information
all copies thereof. Each party recognizes and agrees that all of the disclosing party’s Confidential
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Information is owned solely by Maharashtra Police (or its licensors) and that the unauthorized
disclosure or use of such Confidential Information would cause irreparable harm and significant
injury, the degree of which may be difficult to ascertain. Accordingly, the System integrator agrees
that Maharashtra Police will have the right to obtain an immediate injunction enjoining any breach
of this Agreement, as well as the right to pursue any and all other rights and remedies available at
law or in equity for such a breach.
7. Access to Information hereunder shall not preclude an individual who has seen such Information
for the purposes of this Agreement from working on future projects for Maharashtra Police which
relate to similar subject matters, provided that such individual does not make reference to the
Information and does not copy the substance of the Information during the Confidentiality Period.
Furthermore, nothing contained herein shall be construed as imposing any restriction on the
System integrator's disclosure or use of any general learning, skills or know-how developed by the
System integrator's personnel under this Agreement, if such disclosure and use would be regarded
by a person of ordinary skill in the relevant area as not constituting a disclosure or use of the
Information.
8. As between the parties, all Information shall remain the property of Maharashtra Police. By
disclosing Information or executing this Agreement, Maharashtra Police does not grant any license,
explicitly or implicitly, under any trademark, patent, copyright, mask work protection right, trade
secret or any other intellectual property right. Maharashtra Police DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES
REGARDING THE INFORMATION, INCLUDING ALL WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO INFRINGEMENT
OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND ALL WARRANTIES AS TO THE ACCURACY OR UTILITY OF
SUCH INFORMATION. Execution of this Agreement and the disclosure of Information pursuant to
this Agreement do not constitute or imply any commitment, promise, or inducement by either
party to make any purchase or sale, or to enter into any additional agreement of any kind.
Maharashtra Police’s failure to enforce any provision, right or remedy under this agreement shall
not constitute a waiver of such provision, right or remedy.
10. This Agreement will be construed in, interpreted and applied in accordance with the laws of
India.
11. That in case of any dispute or differences, breach & violation relating to the terms of the
Agreement. The said matter or dispute, difference shall be referred to sole arbitration of the
Director General of Police, Government of Maharashtra or any other person appointed by him and
the award of the arbitrator shall be final and binding on both the parties. In the event of such
Arbitrator to whom the matter is originally referred to is being transferred or vacates his office on
resignation or otherwise or refuses to do work or neglecting his work or being unable to act as
Arbitrator for any reasons whatsoever, Director General of Police, Government of Maharashtra
shall appoint another person to act as Arbitrator in place of outgoing Arbitrator and the person so
appointed shall be entitled to proceed further with the reference from the stage at which it was left
by his predecessor. The M/s <Name of Selected Bidder> will have No Objection in any such
appointment, that arbitrator so appointed is an employee of Maharashtra Police. The said
Arbitrator shall act under the Provisions of the Arbitration and conciliation Act, 1996 or any
statutory modifications or re-enactment there of or any rules made thereof.
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12. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement of the parties with respect to the parties'
respective obligations in connection with Information disclosed hereunder and supersedes all prior
oral and written agreements and discussions with respect thereto. The parties can amend or
modify this Agreement only by writing, duly executed by their respective authorized
representatives. Neither party shall assign this Agreement without first securing the other party's
written consent.
13. This Agreement will remain in effect for five years from the date of the last disclosure of
Confidential Information, at which time it will terminate, unless extended by the disclosing party in
writing.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement by their duly authorized
officers or representatives.
M/s ------------------------Signature:____________
Printed Name: ________
Title: ________________
Maharashtra Police
Signature:____________
Printed Name: ________
Title: ________________
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(i)
LIST OF SCHEDULES
1.
SCHEDULE I: CHANGE CONTROL SCHEDULE
1.1.
Maharashtra Police
Change Control Procedure
This Schedule describes the procedure to be followed in the event of any proposed change to the
Master Services Agreement (MSA), Service Level Agreement (SLA), or Scope of Work. Such change
shall include, but shall not be limited to, changes in the scope of services provided by the System
Integrator and changes to the terms of payment as stated in the Terms of Payment Schedule.
The Maharashtra Police and the System Integrator recognize that frequent change is an inevitable
part of delivering services and that a significant element of this change can be accomplished by reorganizing processes and responsibilities without a material effect on the cost. The System
Integrator will endeavor, wherever reasonably practicable, to effect change without an increase in
the terms of payment as stated in the Terms of Payment Schedule and Maharashtra Police will
work with the System Integrator to ensure that all changes are discussed and managed in a
constructive manner.
This Change Control Schedule sets out the provisions which will apply to changes to
(a) the Master Services Agreement
(b) Service Level Agreement
(c) Scope of Work
1.2.
Change Control Note ("CCN")
The System Integrator and Maharashtra Police shall consider a change, so, only when such change
is beyond the scope of Services including ancillary and concomitant services required as detailed in
Volume I of the RFP.
Change requests in respect of the MSA, SLA, or Scope of Work will emanate from the Parties'
respective Project Manager who will be responsible for obtaining approval for the change and who
will act as its sponsor throughout the Change Control Process and will complete Part A of the CCN
attached below hereto. CCNs will be presented to the other Party's Project Manager who will
acknowledge receipt by signature of the CCN.
Any change before accepted and implemented, will have to be approved by Maharashtra Police /
its nominated agencies.
The following are to be noted:
a. Value of the CCN request as stated in herein will be calculated using the unit rates
provided by the bidder for various components as per the detailed financial bid
(Schedule IX of Volume 3 of this RFP).
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b. For any items for which the unit rates are not already sought in the Commercial Bid
in Vol III of the RFP, the rates will be mutually agreed between Maharashtra Police
and the System Integrator.
c. If a mutual agreement cannot be arrived at, for all proprietary items such as
licenses, Maharashtra Police shall negotiate and finalize the rates for procurement
with the OEM. For all non-proprietary items, Maharashtra Police shall float a
tender for procurement of the same and the System Integrator shall be required to
procure the items at the lowest rates quoted.
d. If the change arises from increase in scope of work and the change is within 25% of
the contract value, then, additional payment equivalent to value of change will be
made to the System Integrator as per payment schedule agreed with Maharashtra
Police in CCN
e. If the change arises from increase in scope of work and value of change is beyond
25% of the contact value, it will be beyond the scope of the change control process
and may be considered as the subject matter for a separate bid process and a
separate contract or alternately be done as part of same contract on mutually
agreed terms with the Implementing Agency subject to the approval of Governing
Council of Maharashtra Police.
f. If the change arises from decrease in scope of work, and the change is within 25%
of the contract value, the Contract Value for purpose of this agreement will be
revised by deducting an amount value equivalent to value of change
g. If the change arises from decrease in scope of work and value of change is beyond
25% of the contact value, the Contract Value for purpose of this agreement will be
revised by deducting an amount mutually agreed between Maharashtra Police and
Implementing agency subject to the approval of Governing Council of Maharashtra
Police.
1.3.
Quotation
1. The System Integrator shall assess the CCN and complete Part B of the CCN. In completing
Part B of the CCN the System Integrator shall provide as a minimum:
a. A description of the change;
b. A list of deliverables required for implementing the change;
c. A timetable for implementation;
d. An estimate of any proposed change;
e. Any relevant acceptance criteria;
f. An assessment of the value of the proposed change;
g. Material evidence to prove that the proposed change is not already covered within
the scope of Work, SLAs, or MSA.
2. Prior to submission of the completed CCN to Maharashtra Police, or its nominated agencies,
the System Integrator will undertake its own internal review of the proposal and obtain all
necessary internal approvals. As a part of this internal review process, the System
Integrator shall consider the materiality of the proposed change in the context of the
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Agreement, the Project Implementation, Operation and Management SLA affected by the
change and the total effect that may arise from implementation of the change.
3. Materiality criteria will be established by Maharashtra Police and the System Integrator's
Project Manager. Changes requiring no escalation of authority can be implemented.
Discussion and agreement as to materiality will be held in accordance with the Governance
Schedule.
1.4.
Costs
Each Party shall be responsible for its own costs incurred in the quotation, preparation of CCNs and
in the completion of its obligations described in this process provided the System Integrator meets
the obligations as set in the CCN. In the event the System Integrator is unable to meet the
obligations as defined in the CCN then the cost of getting it done by third party will be borne by the
System Integrator.
1.5.
Reporting/Review
The Status on the progress of the Change requests and CCNs will be reported by System Integrator
to Maharashtra Police on a fortnightly basis and same shall be reviewed by both the parties on
Fort-nightly basis. For any changes in the Project, identified by either party, System Integrator shall
prepare a detailed Change Control Note within ten working days from the date of intimation of
such change.
1.6.
Obligations
The System Integrator shall be obliged to implement any proposed changes once approval from
Maharashtra Police in accordance with this CCN has been given, with effect from the date agreed
for implementation.
Format of the Change Control Note (CCN)
Change Control Note
CCN Number:
Part A: Initiation
Title:
Originator:
Sponsor:
Date of Initiation:
Details of Proposed Change
(To include reason for change and appropriate details/specifications. Identify any attachments
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as A1, A2, and A3 etc.)
Authorized
by Date:
Maharashtra Police
Name:
Signature:
Date:
Received
by
the
System Integrator
Name:
Signature:
Part B : Evaluation
Change Control Note
CCN Number:
(Identify any attachments as B1, B2, and B3 etc.)
Changes to Services, charging structure, payment profile, documentation, training, service levels
and component working arrangements and any other contractual issue.
Brief Description of Solution:
Impact:
Deliverables:
Timetable:
Charges for Implementation:
(including a schedule of payments)
Details of Manpower to be provided (Provide CVs of Manpower to be deployed in Proforma as
in Section C of CCN)
Other Relevant Information:
(including value-added and acceptance criteria)
Authorized by the
Date:
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