tender document - NPCIL e
NUCLEAR POWER CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
(A Govt. of India Enterprise)
Contracts & Materials Management
Rawatbhata Rajasthan Site.
e-Public Tender
Telephone : (01475)-242071/242018/242159
Fax : (01475)-242158
AGM, C&MM, RR Site, on behalf of Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) invites
online (e-Tender) in Single Part from Indian bidders on e-tendering Portal of NPCIL as per the details
given below:
1.1
Tender No. & Description
:
RRSite/Stations-1&2/C&MM/ECON/64258
for Color LCD Video monitor as per
tender specification
1.2
Tender Fee in Indian Rupees
(Non-refundable)
:
Rs. 562.00
( to be paid online only)
1.3
Last Date & time for downloading of
tender document
:
1.4
Due Date & Time for online submission
of e-Tender
:
1.5
Date & Time for opening of e-Tender
:
(a)
(b)
As per tender
As per tender
As per tender
Qualifying Requirements:- Material shall be supplied strictly as per tender specifications only.
Any offers not complying with the features specified in the tender specifications
are liable for rejection.
(c)
For complete description, tender document & participation details, please visit
our e-Tender website https://npcil.etenders.in
(d)
Prospective bidders if not already registered in our above website, are required to register online on NPCIL eTendering Portal alongwith requisite digital signature to participate in above E-Tender.
(e)
Tender fee shall be paid on-line only by using Debit/Credit Card or Internet Banking. Payment in the
form of DD/Cheque is not acceptable. In any case, the tender fee once paid will not be refunded, though the
bidder has failed to complete the “Final Submission” of the e-bid.
(f)
Firms which are exempted from payment of Tender Fee, may request for Tender Fee waiver by
uploading the valid documentary proof (Ex: Valid NSIC Registration Certificate etc.) online only. If such
documentary proof uploaded is found to be invalid against any e-bid, such e-bid will be summarily rejected. No
physical document is accepted in this regard.
(g)
NPCIL reserves the right to accept / reject any or all bids in part / full without assigning any reason.
(h)
If the due date for opening of Tender happens to be a holiday in NPCIL, the same will be carried out on the
next working day at the same time.
(i) For query, if any, please contact Sr. Manager , C&MM, Vijay Paramanu Bhawan, Ground Floor, RR Site, Anushakti,
Rajasthan- 323303, Phone:- 01475- 242071/242018/242129
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NUCLEAR POWER CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
(A Government of India Enterprise)
CONTRACTS & MATERIALS MANAGEMENT WING
RAWATBHATA RAJASTHAN SITE
TENDER DOCUMENT
Through e-Mode
SECTION-A
INVITATION TO TENDER AND TENDERING
CONDITIONS
SECTION -B
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
SECTION -C
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF STORES
SECTION -D
FORMAT FOR SUBMISSION OF BID
( Online Bidding Forms)
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SECTION-A
INVITATION TO TENDER AND TENDERING CONDITIONS
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NUCLEAR POWER CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
(A Government of India Enterprise)
CONTRACTS & MATERIALS MANAGEMENT WING
CMM Section, Ground Floor
Rajasthan Paramanu Vijay Bhawan
Phone No. 91-1475242071/242128/242018
Fax No.91-1475-242158
RAWATBHATA RAJASTHAN SITE
Plant Site, PO-Anushakti, Via-Kota
(Raj.) 323303
Email: - [email protected]
INVITATION TO TENDER
To
Through e-Mode
STATIONS-1&2/
C&MM/ECON/64258
AS PER E TENDER
AS PER E
TENDER
UPTO 11:00 Hrs. IST
Tender No.
Dated
Due Date
Procurement Unit RAPS-1 to 4(Clause- 9.2 of ITT Not-applicable)
Dear Sirs,
Color LCD Video monitor as per enclosed
Sub: tender specification
For and on behalf of Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd., AGM C&MM, RR Site
invites bids in e-Mode for the above plant/machinery/equipment/materials as detailed in
Section- „C‟ of this tender document. The conditions of contract which will govern the
contract pursuant to the tender are as contained in Section-B of this tender document. If
you are in a position to quote for the supply in accordance with the tender requirements,
please submit your bid in the TENDER FORM CMM-44A/Rev.2 in e-mode.
Your bid must be submitted in e-Mode at our NPCIL E-Tendering Web Site i.e.
https://npcil.etenders.in on or before the due date and time mentioned above.
Yours faithfully,
( K.B.JOSHI )
Manager (C)
For and on behalf of NPCIL
(The Purchaser)
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NUCLEAR POWER CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
Rawatbhata Rajasthan Site
SECTION-A
INVITATION TO TENDER AND TENDERING CONDITIONS
FOR SUPPLY OF INDIGENOUS STORES
(ONE PART TENDER)
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Mode of Submission of Bids
1.1
The bid shall be submitted in E-mode at our NPCIL E-Tendering Web Site i.e
https://npcil.etenders.in as per our calendar attached.
DATED: AS PER E
Tender No. STATIONS-1&2/ C&MM/ECON/64258
TENDER
Last date for receipt of bids :
AS PER E TENDER
Upto 11:00 Hrs. IST.
It is in the interest of the tenderers to ensure that the bids are submitted well in time as
bids received after the last date & time for its receipt will not be considered. Your bid shall
be submitted in E-mode at our NPCIL E-tendering Web site i.e. https://npcil.etenders.in
before the due date.
1.2
This tender document is NON-TRANSFERABLE and to be used only by such intended
tenderers to whom the tender is issued. However, in case of public tender and the tender
document downloaded from the website, then registration details provided for downloading
shall be of the same vendor who is submitting the bid.
1.3
The bid shall be clear without any erasures or alterations failing which such bids are liable
to be rejected.
1.4
One Bid per Bidder: Each bidder shall submit only one bid for one tender. A bidder who
submits or participates in more than one bid will cause the bidder‟s participation to be
disqualified for all the proposals.
1.5
All necessary catalogues/drawings/technical/literature/data as are considered essential for
full and correct evaluation of the bids shall invariably accompany the bids.
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Qualifying Requirements
2.1
Refer to Appendix „X‟ for the details of the requirements need to be met by the bidders.
2.2
The bidders while seeking the Tender documents are required to submit all supporting
documents / information necessary for establishing their qualification. A set of such
documents is also required to be furnished along with bid. Failure to comply with this
requirement will lead to rejection of the bid.
2.3
Tender documents would be issued to those bidders who prima facie meet the qualification
requirements as in ITT clause 2.1 above. This allows only the submission of offer and does
not automatically qualify the tenderer.
2.4
A bidder participating in this tender can participate either as a contractor or as a subcontractor, but not as both contractor and sub-contractor of another contractor. However,
a sub-contractor can participate as sub-contractor to more than one contractor.
2.5
The bidder should not be under liquidation, court receivership or similar proceedings.
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Expenses towards Submission of Quotations and Liability towards Site Visit / Work
3.1
The Purchaser shall not be responsible for expenses incurred towards preparation and
submission of bid documents as well as other expenses incurred towards it such as site
visits.
3.2
In case of erection and commissioning, repairs and such other jobs wherein the bidder‟s
personnel or authorised representatives need to visit the Purchaser‟s site, they can do so
only after obtaining the prior permission of the Purchaser‟s site authorities. However, such
personnel, who are granted permission, are deemed to have explicitly agreed to the
condition that they shall indemnify and hold harmless the Purchaser and its personnel from
and against all liabilities with respect to personal injury, loss or damage to property and any
other loss or expenses incurred by bidder‟s personnel as a result of such visit.
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4.1
Content of Tender Document
The scope of work, bidding procedures, contract terms and technical requirements are
prescribed in the bidding documents. The Tender documents include the following sections:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Section
Section
Section
Section
A: Invitation to Tender and Tendering Conditions
B: General Conditions of Contract & Special Conditions of Contract.
C: Technical Specifications & Drawings
D: Format for Submission of Bid.
4.2
The bidder is expected to examine all instructions, forms, terms, specifications and other
information in the tender documents. Failure to furnish all information required by the
bidding documents or submission of a bid not substantially responsive to the bidding
documents in every respect will be at the bidder‟s risk and may result in rejection of its
bid.
4.3
Clarification of Tender Documents:
4.3.1 The bidder shall be deemed to have carefully examined all Tender documents and obtained
clarifications from the Purchaser where needed, inspected and surveyed the Site and its
surrounding and satisfied himself as to the form and nature of the Site, the quantities
and nature of work and material necessary for the supply of the Stores and the means of
access to the Site, the accommodation he may require and in general obtained all
necessary information as to risks, contingencies and other circumstances which may
influence or affect his tender, to his entire satisfaction before submitting the bid.
4.3.2 In particular and without prejudice to the foregoing conditions and in addition thereto,
when tenders are called furnishing Particulars, the bidder‟s tender to supply in accordance
with such particulars shall be deemed to be an admission on his part that he has fully
acquainted himself with the details thereof and satisfied himself before tendering as to the
correctness and sufficiency of his tender for the Stores and of the rates and prices quoted in
the Schedule of Quantities, which rate and prices shall, except as otherwise provided, cover
all his obligations under the Contract and all matters and things necessary for the Supply of
the Stores.
4.3.3 The bidder acknowledges that any failure to acquaint itself with all such data and
information shall not relieve its responsibility for properly estimating the difficulty or cost
of successfully performing the Facilities.
4.3.4 No claim on his part which may arise on account of non-examination or misunderstanding of
the Particulars and/or matter related to site will, in any circumstances, be considered
payable by the Purchaser.
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4.4
Pre-Bid Meeting: In case of Public Tender, a pre-bid meeting for providing clarifications to
the bidders will be held, if required, at the venue on the date and time specified in the
Instruction Sheet of the tender document. The bidders are required to furnish in writing
their queries (both technical and commercial) on or before the stipulated date in the
Instruction Sheet. A soft copy of the queries should also be sent along with the hardcopy in
a suitable media or by e-mail. Queries / clarification / information sought in any other
manner shall not be responded to. The responses to tenderers queries / clarifications /
information will be sent to all the bidders. Any modification of the bidding document, which
may become necessary as a result of the pre-bid meeting, shall be sent to all bidders.
During the pre-bid meeting and the course of evaluation of bid, the bidders along with the
associates shall take part in the discussions to ensure that all tender requirements are
clearly understood by all the stakeholders.
4.5
Amendments to Tender documents: The Purchaser reserves the right to issue any
amendments, clarifications, etc. to the specifications and documents to all bidders who
have obtained the Bid Documents, giving reasonable time, prior to the bid opening. Such
amendments, clarifications etc., shall be given due considerations by the bidders while they
submit their bids and invariably enclose such documents as a part of the bid. All such
amendments, clarifications, etc., shall be mailed by the Purchaser to the prospective
bidders at the address contained in the letter of request for issue of Bid documents from
the bidders. Purchaser will bear no responsibility or liability arising out of non-receipt of
the same in time or otherwise.
5.
Manner And Method For Submission Of Bids
5.1
All bids shall be made in ENGLISH in the prescribed form attached. Bids submitted in any
language other than ENGLISH must be accompanied by ENGLISH translation. Any printed
literature submitted with the bid in any other language shall be accompanied by
authenticated English translation and for interpretation the English version shall govern.
5.2 a) Technical portion of bid should contain/include only technical specifications, technical
details, literature, references of earlier supplies of similar equipment, drawings, quantity,
time required for submission and approval of drawings, manufacturing and delivery
schedule, inspection/testing procedures etc.
Itemised list of spares and quantity
recommended by the tenderer for purchase should also be included in the bid.
5.2 b) Bid should be submitted in accordance with the format provided by the Purchaser at Section
“D” of this tender document. If any deviation or substitution from the technical
specifications contained in Section “C” to this tender document is involved, such details
should be clearly indicated in the bid and should be added as Annexure-A of Section D, or
otherwise it shall be an admission on the part of the bidder that he will supply the
equipment as specified by the purchaser. However, bidders may note that deviations or
substitutions from the technical specifications may lead to rejection of their bid.
5.2 c) The bidder shall furnish all drawings pertaining to the plant / machinery / equipment /
component to the purchaser along with their bid for correct understanding and appreciation
of the tender in quadruplicate. Bidder‟s drawings will form part of the purchase
order/contract only after these are approved by the purchaser.
5.2 d) Catalogues / Technical Literature: All necessary catalogues/drawing/technical literature
data as are considered essential for full and correct evaluation of the bids shall invariably
accompany the bid.
5.2 e) Instruction / Operation Manual: In respect of plant / machinery / equipment / instrument
/ apparatus, where instruction/ operation manual is normally necessary to enable the user
to put the plant/machinery / equipment / instrument / apparatus to proper use, the
contractor shall furnish such an instruction/ operation manual specific to the stores being
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supplied along with the plant / machinery / equipment / instrument / apparatus. The
bidder shall clearly specify in the bid about his readiness to supply instruction / operation
manual.
5.3
Commercial portion of the bid should contain bidder‟s specific confirmation regarding
compliance of all commercial terms and conditions of the Tender as per ITT (Section-A),
General Conditions of Contract and Special Conditions of Contract (Section B). The Bidders,
in addition, should mention applicability of Statutory Levies like Excise Duty, Sales
Tax/VAT, Octroi etc and all other related information.
5.4
Price Bid should be furnished as per Schedule to Tender Form of Section-D of the tender
document.
5.5
E-bids cannot be submitted after last date and time. Therefore, the bidder shall ensure the
submission of e- bids well within the due date and time.
5.6 Particulars of the Bidders:
5.6.1 The bidder shall in a separate sheet to be annexed to their bid, furnish in case he is a
partnership firm or Joint Hindu Family concern, the names and full particulars of the
partner or the member of the Joint Hindu Family owing the concern. The bid must be
signed:
(a) In the event of the bidder being a sole proprietary concern by the sole proprietor or
by constituted attorney duly authorized to enter into and sign agreement on his
behalf, including agreement to refer disputes arising under or relating to such
agreements to arbitration by power of attorney signed by the proprietor and
authenticated by a Notary Public or Magistrate.
(b) In the event of the bidder being a partnership firm, by all partners or by a
constituted attorney duly authorized to enter into and sign agreements on behalf of
the partnership firm including agreements to refer disputes arising under or relating
to such agreements to arbitration by a power of attorney duly executed by all the
partners and authenticated by Notary Public or a Magistrate.
(c) In the event of the bidder being a Hindu Joint Family concern by the Karta of the
Joint Family when the bid is signed by a constituted attorney of the sole proprietor
of a concern or when the bid is signed on behalf of the firms by a constituted
attorney of its partners as provided in sub clause (a) and (b) above, then original
power of attorney appointing him as such constituted attorney shall be supplied with
the bid or if a bid is executed on behalf of a limited company but its constituted
attorney as provided in sub cases (c) above, the original power of attorney along
with the resolution (if required under its Articles of Association) authorizing the
affixation of its common seal on the power of attorney and a copy of its Articles of
Association shall be supplied with the bid. If however, the power of attorney has
been previously furnished to and approved by the purchaser, the contractor need
not send the same with the bid.
5.13.2 Income Tax Registrations and other Registrations
The bidder shall submit along with their bid, the name and address of his bankers and the
Income Tax Permanent Account Number (PAN). Further, if the bidders are registered with
the Directorate General of Supplies and Disposals or the Executive Director, Directorate of
Contracts and Materials Management, Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited,
Directorate of Purchase & Stores, Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) as an approved
supplier, they shall indicate in the bid such registration number, date and its validity date.
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Validity of Bids
6.1
Bids shall be kept valid for acceptance for a period of 120 ( One hundred twenty days)
days from the last date specified for receipt of bids. Bids with shorter validity period will be
liable for rejection.
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Opening of Tenders
7.1
The tenders will be opened in e-mode at our NPCIL e-Tendering Web site i.e.
https://npcil.etenders.in as per schedule given in the tender document.
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Terms and Conditions of the Contract
8.1
It must be clearly understood that any contract concluded pursuant to invitation to this
tender shall be governed by the General Conditions of Contract and Special Conditions of
Contract given in Section B of this tender document. Tenderers must, therefore, take
special care to go through these conditions of the contract. Tenders made subject to
counter conditions or with deviations from the General Conditions of the Contract /
Special Conditions of Contract (SECTION B) of this tender document are liable to be
ignored. It should also be realized that failure to bring out deviations from the General
Conditions of the Contract contained in Section B of this tender document would imply that
the tenderer is willing to execute the contract as per the Purchaser‟s Terms and Conditions
of the Contract.
8.2
Price Basis, Price Adjustment, Contract Currency and Payments
Please refer Section B – GCC Clause nos. 5.
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Taxes and Duties
9.1
Bid prices shall be exclusive of all Indian Indirect Taxes payable in India for the final
product / services.
9.2
Fiscal Concessions In View Of Mega Power Project Status
9.2.1 Nuclear Power Project of capacity 440 MW or more has been notified as „Mega Power
Project‟. As such, goods required for setting up these projects are subject to „NIL‟ Customs
duty as per the extant policy of Government of India (vide Customs Notification No. 21
dated 1-3-2002 at Sr. No. 401 and as amended from time to time). Similarly, as per the
Foreign Trade Policy 2004-2009 of Government of India, Domestic Contractors supplying
goods for these projects under the procedures of competitive bidding shall be eligible for
benefits of „Deemed Export‟ which include refund of terminal excise duty (presently given
under paragraph 8.2(j) of the Policy and paragraphs 8.2.6 and 8.4.8 of Hand Book of
Procedures) issued by the Director General of Foreign Trade, Department of Commerce,
Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India. Hence, no customs duty and/or
excise duty on goods shall, therefore, be payable/ reimbursable by the Purchaser to the
Contractor. The Purchaser, shall, however, make available only the requisite documents or
certifications as per the extant rules and procedures for availing the above
exemptions/concessions by the Contractor.
9.2.2 The bidders may like to ascertain the availability of Deemed Export Benefits mentioned as
above. They shall be solely responsible for obtaining such benefits, which they have
considered in their bid, and in case of failure to receive such benefits the Purchaser will not
compensate the bidder. However, the bidder must give all information required for issue of
Project Authority/ Payment Certificate in terms of Foreign Trade Policy 2004-09 of the
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Government of India along with the bid. The Project Authority/Payment Certificate will be
issued on this basis only and no subsequent change will be permitted. In this regard Chapter
8 - Deemed Export in the Foreign Trade Policy 2004-09 and Hand Book of Procedures shall
be referred to for ascertaining the above.
9.3
Service Tax:
9.3.1 Service Tax and Education Cess thereon, as applicable is payable at the rate prevailing
within the contractual delivery schedule. Purchaser shall not be liable to pay any increase
in Service Tax, if completion and handing over of the facilities and / or submission of
invoice for the same is delayed beyond the contractual delivery Schedule for reasons not
attributable to the Purchaser.
9.4
Sales Tax, Value Added Tax, Other Local Levies:
9.4.1 Sales Tax, Local Taxes and other levies in respect of ‘Direct Transaction’ between the
Purchaser and the Contractor shall not be included in the price bid and shall be quoted
separately. The scope of „Direct Transaction‟ between the Purchaser and the Contractor
comprises of the following:
a) Items manufactured and supplied by the Contractor.
b) Items manufactured by the sub-contractor and supplied directly to the Purchaser
without routing through Contractor‟s works and sub-contractor‟s name and items to be
supplied are indicated in the Purchase Order in case of inter-state transactions. This is
not applicable for local within the state transactions.
9.4.2 State Sales Tax / Value Added Tax / Central Sales Tax for “Direct Transaction” as per ITT
clause 9.4.1 above, where legally applicable and intended to be claimed should be
distinctly shown. Where this is not done, no claim for State/Central Sales Tax will be
admitted at any later stage and on any ground whatsoever.
9.4.3
a) For local (within the state) supplies, the Purchaser will reimburse VAT as charged by
the contractor as per the applicable rates. For inter-state supplies, Purchaser will
issue Form – C and reimburse central sales tax as charged by Contractor at the
applicable concessional rate (which is currently 2 per cent). In case of inter - state
transaction on a sale in transit basis, Purchaser will issue Form – C and reimburse
central sales tax at the applicable rates (which is currently 2 per cent) as charged by
the Vendor to contractor.
b) For all items/materials to be supplied directly to the Purchaser by the Sub-contractor
of the Contractor, the Contractor shall effect Sale-in-Transit, where such Subcontractor is located outside the state of the consignee (Purchaser).
For effecting the sale in transit, the Contractors shall ensure that his sub-vendor raises
invoices in the Contractor‟s name (and not in the name of Purchaser) with consignee
as Purchaser‟s site and obtains GR/LR/RR in the name of Contractor (and not in the
name of Purchaser) with the consignee as Purchaser‟s site. The Contractor shall
further ensure that he endorses the GR/LR/RR in the name of the Purchaser during
transit of the equipment before the delivery of equipments is taken by the Purchaser.
9.4.4 Entry tax will be reimbursed by the purchaser only in case of inter-state supplies.
9.4.5 When State Sales Tax / Value Added Tax/ Central Sales Tax is claimed as extra by the
Contractor / supplier in general and on packing charges in particular the following
certificates by the Contractors should be submitted to the paying authority with the
invoices.
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(a) Certified that the goods and packing charges on which State Sales Tax / Value Added
Tax / Central sales tax has been charged has not been exempted under the Central Sales
Tax or the State Sales Tax Act / Value Added Tax or the rules made there under and the
amount charged on account of sales tax on these goods and packing charges are not
more than what is payable under the relevant act or the rules there under.
(b) Certified further that we have actually paid State Sales Tax / Value Added Tax / Central
Sales Tax and are being assessed to Sales Tax on packing charges and also that where
there are statutory exemptions, under the relevant act / law of the State Government
concerned, we have availed ourselves of it and certified non availability of such
provision for Sales Tax on packing charges wherever claimed.
(c) Certified that in respect of amount claimed in the bill no claim is pending for refund/or
is admissible. Certified that in the event of our getting refund in whole or in part of the
element of State Sales Tax / Value Added Tax / Central Sales Tax on packing charges,
claimed from Government, we shall pass on the benefit to the Purchaser by remitting
the amount equivalent to the amount of refund obtained by us.
(d) Certified further that we (our Branch or Agent) _________________________________
(address) _________________________________________________ are registered as
dealers in the state of __________________________________________ under Local
Regn. No. _____________________________________________________ and in the state
of ____________________________________________________ under central Regn. No.
______________________________________ for the purpose of Sales Tax.
9.5
Any Other Statutory Levies / Indirect Taxes:
9.5.1 In case of any other new indirect taxes / cess, if levied by Government during the
contractual delivery period, the same shall be reimbursed / paid by the Purchaser, as the
case may be, at actual against documentary evidence. This provision shall not apply to
changes in Personal Income tax or Corporate Income tax or to changes in non-Indian Taxes.
9.6
Excise Duty (In the event of non-applicability of Fiscal Concessions for Mega Power
Projects as per Sr. No. 9.2 above)
9.6.1 In case Excise Duty is claimed separately, the same must be specifically stated in the bid. In
the absence of any such statement no claim for the same will be entertained. The Excise
Duty Tariff Head and the applicable rate of duty shall be clearly mentioned in the
Commercial Terms and Conditions of the bid. The manufacturer‟s price list showing the
actual assessable value of the stores, as approved by the Excise Authorities wherever
applicable shall be submitted.
9.6.2 If Excise Duty is payable as extra, the same is payable on the price of the goods after
exclusion of freight and transit insurance charges. Tenderers are required to adhere to the
provisions of Excise Law to claim deduction. NPCIL shall not reimburse the Excise Duty paid
on freight and insurance charges.
9.6.3 Please note that in case any refund to excise duty is granted to tenderers by Excise
Authorities in respect of stores supplied under the contract, tenderers will pass on the
credit to the purchaser immediately along with a certificate from bidder‟s
Director/Manager/Proprietor/Accountant that the credit so passed on relates to the excise
duty originally paid for the stores supplied under the contract. In case of tenderers failure
to do so within 10 days of the issue of the excise duty refund orders to tenderers by the
Excise Authorities, the Purchaser would be empowered to deduct a sum equivalent to the
amount refunded by the Excise authorities without any further reference to tenderers from
any of tenderers outstanding bills against this or any other pending purchase
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orders/contracts with the purchaser and that no dispute on this account would be raised by
the tenderer.
9.6.4 The bidder is also required to furnish to the paying authority the following certificates:
(a) Certificate with each bill/invoice to the effect that no refund has been obtained in
respect of the reimbursement of excise duty made to contractor during three months
immediately preceding the date of the claim covered by the relevant bill.
(b) Contractors/Suppliers Auditors‟ certificate as to whether any refund have been obtained
or applied for by them or not in the preceding financial year after the annual audit of
their accounts, also indicating details of such refunds/applications, if any. This
certificate should contain reference to all purchase orders/contracts held by the
suppliers / contractors.
(c) A certificate ALONGWITH THE FINAL PAYMENT BILLS of the firm to the effect whether or
not that they have any pending appeal/protest for the refund or partial refund of excise
duties already reimbursed to the firm by the Government pending with the Excise
Authorities and if so, the nature, the amount involved and the position of such appeals.
This certificate should be signed by the Contractors/ suppliers‟ Managing Director /
Manager / Accountant.
9.6.5 AN UNDERTAKING to the effect that in case it is detected by the Government that any
refund from Excise authorities was obtained by the Contractors / Suppliers after obtaining
reimbursement from the paying authority and if the same is not immediately refunded by
the Contractors / Suppliers to the paying authority giving details of particulars of the
transaction, paying authority will have full authority to recover such amounts from the
Contractors / Suppliers outstanding bills against that particular contract or any other
pending Government contracts and that no dispute on this account would be raised by the
supplier.
9.7
Direct Tax: - Tax Deduction at Source
a) The Purchaser shall have the right to withhold taxes on income, excess profits, royalty and
other taxes from payments due to Contractor under this Contract to the extent that such
withholding may be required by the government of India or any relevant authority thereof
or by the government of any other country, and payment by the Purchaser to the respective
governmental office of the amount of money so withheld will relieve the Purchaser from
any further obligation to Contractor with respect to the amount so withheld.
b) The Purchaser shall, at the time of its payments due to the Contractor, withhold the
necessary taxes at such rate as is required by any Government Authority, unless and to the
extent that the Contractor shall produce to the Purchaser any certificate issued by a
Government Authority (having authority to issue such certificate) entitling the Contractor to
receive the payments under the Contract for a prescribed period without deduction of any
tax or deduction at a lower rate.
c) The Purchaser shall provide the necessary withholding tax certificates to the Contractor
within the time stipulated by the relevant law to enable the Contractor to file the same
with the Government Authority as a proof of payment of such taxes.
d) All taxes levied on Contractor‟s corporate income or profits shall be for the account of
Contractor and shall not be reimbursed by the Purchaser. Contractor shall also be
responsible for payment of income taxes of its personnel levied in India or elsewhere.
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10.1
Test Charges, Spares and Accessories AND Supervision of Erection & Commissioning
Charges.
Routine Test, Special tests, Type Test, Special Type Tests, Seismic Qualifications/Testing
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10.1.1 The bidder is required to perform the above tests as specified in the Technical
Specification. As regards Type Tests, Submission of valid Type Test Certificate of previous
tests may be considered in lieu of performing the tests, as provided in Technical
Specifications.
10.1.2
a) Price for supply of items shall include charges for all Routine Test, Type tests etc. No
charges for these tests shall be claimed/ paid separately.
b) Charges for Special Type Tests, Seismic Qualification/Testing shall not be included in
the price of the items and shall be quoted/ claimed separately.
10.2
Spares and Accessories:
10.2.1 Bidders shall also furnish the prices of essential accessories, optional accessories and spares
necessary for satisfactory operation of the plant / machinery / equipment / component,
a) for a period of two years and
b) for a period of five years or
as specified in the Section C: Technical Specifications
10.2.2 The prices for accessories and spares shall be itemized. Bids where only lump sum prices
are indicated are liable to be ignored. Particular care must be taken to list out each item
of spare and quantity recommended and also the individual price for these items.
10.3
The Bidders must clearly and separately furnish in their Price bid the charges for
Supervision of erection and commissioning of items to be supplied under the contract.
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Delivery
11.1
The entire scope covering supply of equipment/ machinery/ plant/ component, etc covered
under this tender document shall be completed within the specified period (if any).
Milestone charts for detailed manufacturing schedule leading to delivery shall be submitted
along with the bid. Tenderers should note that their bid may not be considered by the
purchaser unless the bidders can meet the delivery schedule if specified by the purchaser.
11.2
The stores shall be transported to the purchaser‟s site directly without any transhipment
en-route, in case of transportation by sea and road. In case of transportation through
railways/waterways also the transhipment is generally not allowed. However, transhipment
may be allowed at the discretion of the Purchaser for which the contractor needs to explain
the need for transhipment and take Purchaser‟s prior approval.
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Price Evaluation
12.1 1a) For supply of indigenous stores, bidders are requested to quote prices generally on free
and safe delivery at purchaser‟s site (RR SITE) basis. However, if prices are not quoted as
required and P&F charges not indicated separately, the charges towards transportation and
packing & forwarding will be considered as given below:
a) For transportation on F.O.R. Kota basis @ 0.5% of basic value and for transportation other
than F.O.R. Kota/ RR Site @ 2% of basic value of item.
b) Nil packing & forwarding charges. (It will be deemed that P & F charges are included in
basic value)
12.1b) The price adjustment provisions as indicated in para 8.0 above, shall not be taken into
account for evaluation of offers. Bid evaluation will be done based on the total of Summary
Prices for supply of items and site work portion as per Section D of the Tender document. To
facilitate the evaluation and comparison of prices, all bid prices expressed in foreign currency
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will be converted into Indian Rupees at Bills Selling exchange rates (as established by State
Bank of India) applicable on the day seven days prior to due date of submission of bid. If the
day seven days prior to due date of submission of bid happens to be a holiday, the exchange
rates of next working day will be considered. For items sourced from abroad and directly
delivered to the Purchaser‟s Site, wherever the ocean/air freight and marine insurance to the
port of the Purchaser‟s country are not quoted then, 11% of FOB prices will be considered
towards ocean/air freight and marine insurance to arrive at CIF prices. In the event the actual
cost towards local transportation and other services including customs clearance, port
handling, inland transit insurance etc. in India excluding taxes and duties and other local levies
are not quoted as required, the charges towards the same will be considered as 1 ½% of CIF
Value for items and materials supplied from abroad and delivered directly to the project site
from Indian port of entry.
12.2 For Tender where Fiscal Concessions as per clause no. 9.2 of ITT are available/ applicable,
the following shall apply:
a) For evaluation and comparison of bids, a price preference at 15% would be given to the
domestically manufactured capital goods. For this purpose, the bid price of the bidders
would be increased by 15% of all such CIF components contained in their price bid
including the CIF component of the imported raw materials/ components required for
manufacture of indigenous items. No exchange rate variation is allowed towards the
value of imported raw materials and components included in the Indigenous items. For
the purposes of 15% loading as above, the base exchange rates shall be Bills Selling
exchange rates (as established by State Bank of India) applicable on the day seven days
prior to due date of submission of bid. If the day seven days prior to due date of
submission of bid happens to be a holiday, the exchange rate of next working day will be
considered.
b) Further sales tax and local levies on the domestically manufactured capital goods in
respect of „Direct Transaction‟ between the Purchaser and the Contractor, excise duty
(to be reimbursed by DGFT as per the extant policy), customs duty on the import
components (being „NIL‟ under the extant policy) will not be considered for the purpose
of evaluation of bids.
c) Further the charges for expatriate supervision for erection and commissioning quoted in
foreign currency will not be loaded by 15%.
12.3
The value of mandatory spares will be considered for the bid evaluation as per Section – D
of the Tender. Recommended spares will not be included for bid evaluation.
12.4
The bid evaluation will be done in conjunction with Section: D of the Tender.
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Acceptance of Bids
13.1
The Purchaser reserves the right to accept or reject, lowest /any / all bid(s), in whole or in
part, without assigning any reasons whatsoever and without any liability to the Purchaser.
The bidder not withstanding that his bid has not been accepted in whole shall be bound to
supply the Purchaser, such item or items and such portion or portions of one or more items,
as may be accepted by the Purchaser.
13.2
Acceptance of bids by the purchaser may be sent by priced Letter of Intent / Purchase
Order / Contract within the validity of the bid. In case of such Letter of Intent, the bidder
whose bid is accepted and who is herein after referred to as contractor will proceed with
the execution of the contract on the basis of such advance acceptance of bid without
waiting for a formal purchase order/contract and will be responsible to seek and obtain
whatever clarifications that are necessary from the purchaser to proceed with the
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execution of the contract and contractual delivery period will be reckoned from the date of
such Letter of Intent.
13.3
Unsuccessful bidder will not be informed of the result of their bids.
14
Canvassing
14.1
Canvassing in any form with regard to this tender will lead to rejection of the bid.
15
Corrupt or Fraudulent Practices
15.1
NPCIL requires that bidders / suppliers / contractors under this contract, observe the
highest standard of ethics during the procurement and execution of this contract. In
pursuance of this policy, NPCIL:
(a) defines, for the purpose of these provisions, the terms set forth below as
follows:
(i) “corrupt practice” means the offering, giving, receiving or soliciting of any thing
of value to influence the action of a public official in the procurement process or
in contract execution; and
(ii) “fraudulent practice” means a misrepresentation of facts in order to influence a
procurement process or the execution of a contract to the detriment of NPCIL,
and includes collusive practice among Bidders (prior to or after bid submission)
designed to establish bid prices at artificial non-competitive levels and to
deprive NPCIL of the benefits of free and open competition.
(b) will reject a proposal for award of work if it determines that the Bidder recommended
for award has engaged in corrupt or fraudulent practices in competing for the contract
in question.
(c) will declare a Bidder ineligible, either indefinitely or for a stated period of time, to be
awarded a contract / contracts if at any time it determines that the Bidder has
engaged in corrupt or fraudulent practices in competing for, or in executing, the
contract.
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Disclosures
16.1
Any change in the constitution of the contractor‟s firm, where it is a partnership firm as
declared in the bid should be disclosed to NPCIL, at any time between the submission of
bids and the signing of the contract. The same shall be disclosed during the currency as per
the GCC clause no. 1.11.2 (Changes in Constitution).
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Appendix – X
Qualifying Requirement
STRICTLY AS PER TENDER SPECIFICATIONS ONLY
SECTION – B
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
(FORM NO. GCC/Supply-1/Rev.2)
( ATTACHED SEAPRATELY)
SECTION-C
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF STORES
( AS SPECIFIED IN SCHEDULE TO FORM NO C&MM 44(A) )
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SCHEDULE TO FORM NUMBER C&MM 44(A) 1/22 (A)
NUCLEAR POWER CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
(A Government of India Enterprise)
RAWATBHATA RAJASTHAN SITE
Plant Site, PO-Anushakti, Via-Kota (Raj.) 323303
INDENT NO : 64258
Schedule to Tender No. RR Site/Stations/Unit-1&2/CMM/ECON/64258 Date :
Fax : 01475-242158
DUE DATE & TIME AS PER TENDER DETAILS
Ph. : 01475-242018, 242067, 242071, 242128
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DESCRIPTION
QTY UNIT OF UNIT RATE Total
NO.
MEASURE
TO BE
Amount
QUOTED BY (Rs.)
SUPPLIER
(Rs.)
1 Color LCD Video monitor, 19" or more as per attached specification.
6.00
No.
Through
e-mode
only
2 High resolution 1/3" CCD Camera as per attached specification.
30.00
No.
Through
e-mode
only
3 Color Dome Camera with built-in zoom lens, pan, tilt, controller, complete 3.00
No.
Through
mounting hardware and accessories. per attached specification
e-mode
only
4 Stand for mounting of camera mentioned as item no.2
25.00
No.
Through
e-mode
only
5 DVR as per attached specifications.
2.00
No.
Through
e-mode
only
6 Repeater ADAM-4510.
10.00
Nos.
Through
e-mode
only
7 PAN-TILT UNIT TO MOUNT CAMERA OF WEIGHT 10 KG. (METALLIC UNIT IS 3.00
Nos.
Through
REQUIRED).
e-mode
only
8 BNC CONNECTOR TO CONNECT CAMERA(ITEM No.2) AND DVR(Item No.6).
50.00
Nos.
Through
e-mode
only
4 MORE ITEM DETAILS ARE ENCLOSED IN ANNEXURE
Other terms [Tick wherever applicable]
PRICES :
EXCISE DUTY:
VAT/SALES TAX:
 Free and safe delivery to purchaser’s site  Nil/Included [ ]
 Nil/Included[ ]
 ………% +Surcharge………% on  …………% CST Without 'C' Form[ ]
[]
 FOR Kota- at Transporter’s godown. [ ] Basic ED.[ ]
 …………% CST With 'C' Form [ ]
 Prices are EX- Works [ ]
 …………% of VAT/State ST[ ]
TRANSIT INSURANCE:
FREIGHT:
PACKING & FORWARDING:
 Included [ ]
 Included [ ]
 Included [ ]
 Extra @…………% or Actuals [ ]
 [email protected]…………% or Actuals [ ]  [email protected]…………%or Rs…………/-or Actuals [
 Not included; same shall be born by
]
NPCIL.[ ]
PAYMENT TERMS:
SERVICE TAX:
 As per GCC are acceptable. [ ]
 Nil / Included [ ]
 Validity of offer : …………
 In case of payment through bank or by  ………… %of Service
 Delivery Period : …………
 Place of Delivery : …………
DD, all bank charges shall be to the
tax+ surcharge …………% [ ]
supplier's account only. [ ]
In case of order placed, vender shall have to submit Performance Bank Guarantee(PBG) for 10% amount
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of contract value.
Please enclosed catalogue/ drawing/ sketch of the offered item(s) otherwise your offer may be ignored.
Pre-Dispatch inspection of the above items shall be done.
I / We have understood the terms and conditions of the contract as contained in form No. (GCC / Supply-1 / Rev2)/(CMM-22 / Rev.2) and have thoroughly examined the specification drawing and or pattern quoted or referred to
herein and are fully aware of the nature of the stores required and my / our offer is to supply the stores strictly in
accordance with the requirements under the subject tender.
Stamp and Signature of Tenderer
Date :
STATUS OF SIGNATORY
SCHEDULE TO FORM NUMBER C&MM 44(A) 1/22 (A)
NUCLEAR POWER CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
(A Government of India Enterprise)
RAWATBHATA RAJASTHAN SITE
ANNEXURE
Computer No.: 72132 Indent No.: 64258
S
NO.
DESCRIPTION
9 FLEXIBLE CABLE TO CONNECT ZOOM LENCE- 6 CORE.
10 Motoresed Zoom Lense asd per attached specifications
11 Fixed focus lens for item No.2 above, Focal length 12.5 mm
12 CAMERA AS PER ATTACH SPECIFICATION.
QTY
UNIT
200.00 Meter
4.00
Nos.
20.00 Nos.
2.00
Nos.
UNIT RATE TO BE
QUOTED BY SUPPLIER
(RS.)
Through e-mode
only
Through e-mode
only
Through e-mode
only
Through e-mode
only
ITEM No.1 : Color LCD Video Monitor, 19”
LCD Type
: Approx. 19" TFT
Pixel Pitch
: 0.297 mm
Display Area
: 19" diagonal
Resolution
: 1024 x 768 max.
Brightness
: 250 cd / m2
Contrast Ratio
: 400 : 1
Display Colors
: Multiple colors
Horizontal
: 31.5 KHz - 60 KHz
Scanning Freq.
Vertical Syn.
: 56 Hz - 75 Hz
Input
: Video In, Video Out
Connections
Input Signal
: Analog R.G.B. / Digital
Manual Control
: Manual Select, Adjust (+,-), Power
OSD Functions
: Auto Config, Brightness, Contrast, Color, H & V Position, Phase,
Clock, OSD Position, Recall Input source, Information
Power Supply
: 100 - 240V AC, 50 Hz
Operating Temperature :
0 to 50 ºC
OR The better specification than above will also be acceptable.
ITEM NO. 2 : Color CCD Camera (Fixed focus type) :
Voltage Range
: 220 -240 VAC, 50 Hz +/- 5%
System
: PAL
Imager
: Interline transfer CCD, 1/3" image format.
Active Picture
: 752 H x 582 V
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Elements
Scanning System
:
Scanning
:
Minimum Illumination :
Horizontal Resolution :
Signal-to-noise Ratio :
Electronic Shutter
:
Video Output
:
Synchronization
:
Controls
:
BLC
:
Camera mounting
:
Lens mounting
:
Environmental Temp. :
Humidity
:
Electromagnetic
:
compatibility
2 : 1 interlace
625 lines / 50 fields / 25 frames
0.6 LX at F 0.75, 2.0 LX at F 1.4
480 TVL or better
50 dB
Automatic,1/50 to 1/15000 sec.
Composite video 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms. / BNC connector
Line-Lock : ( When powered by AC only ) should
synchronizes the camera to the power line zero crossing for rollfree vertical interval switching. Vertical phase delay should be
adjusted (0-358 degree) to allow vertical synchronization in multiphase power installations.
Preferably following controls: Video level, AGC: On/Off,
On/Off day & night
Top and Bottom, 1/4-inch 20 UNC.
C and CS selectable
up to 60°C
5 to 95% Non-condensing
EMI & RFI immunity
Item No. 3 : - Dome camera:System
: PAL
Power Supply
: 100~240V AC
Power Consumption : 63W, (with Heater)
Image Pick-up Device 1/4" 960H
Effective Pixels
: 976(H) x 582(V)
Total number of pixel: 1028(H) x 596(V)
Scanning System
: 2:1 Interlace
Scanning Frequency : 15.625KHz(H) / 50Hz(V)
Synchronization
: Internal / Line Lock Selectable
Video Output
: CVBS 1.0 Vp-p / 75 ohms BNC
Horizontal
: Color : 650 TV Lines , Mono : 700 TV Lines
Resolution
Signal to Noise Ratio : More Than 50 dB ( AGC : Off )
Minimum
: Color : 0.1 Lux at F1.4 , Mono : 0.05 Lux at F1.4
Illumination
IP Rating
: IP66
Ambient Operation : - 35°C ~ + 50°C ( -31°F ~ 122°F )
Temperature
Operating Humidity : 0% ~ 90%
Fan Activation On
: 35°C, Off: 25°C
Pan & Tilt
Panning Range
: 360° Endless
Panning Mode
: Manual, Auto, Manual Position, Sequential Position
Panning Speed
: Manual Approx. 0.15°/s ~ 120°/s 8 Steps,
Pre-set Approx. 1°/s ~ 255°/s,
Alarm Trigger Speed 360°/s
Tilting Range
: - 6° ~ + 96°
Tilting Mode
: Manual , Auto , Manual Position , Sequential Position
Tilting Speed
: Manual Approx. 0.15°/s ~ 120°/s 8 Steps,
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Pre-set Approx. 1°/s ~ 255°/s,
Alarm Trigger Speed 360°/s
LENS
Zoom Ratio
Focal Length
Minimum Aperture
Ratio
Minimum Object
Distance
Iris Range
Angle Field of View
Functions
Control Interface
Control Function
Character Display
Password Lock
Digital Zoom Ratio
Zoom Speed
Focus Speed
Auto Focus
Iris
Day & Night
Electronic Image
Stabilizer
Electronic Shutter
Speed
Slow Shutter Speed
Exposure Mode
Wide Dynamic Range
ATR (Adaptive tone
reproduction)
BLC ( Back Light
Compensation )
HLC ( High Light
Compensation )
Sharpness
White Balance
Auto Gain Control
2D+3D Digital Noise
Reduction
Auto Mode
: 36X Optical Zoom
: 3.3 mm ~ 119 mm
: 1 : 1.4 (Wide) ~ 4.2 (Tele)
: 1.5 m (Tele)
: F1.4 ~ 360,Close
: Wide : 69.52° ( D ) 58.00° ( H ) 45.30° ( V ) /
Tele : 2.20° ( D ) 1.72° ( H ) 1.38° ( V )
: RS-485 Transmission
: Pan and Tilt / Zoom and Focus / Iris and ICR / 128 Pre-set Positions
/ Home Position / Patrol
: On / Off ( Pre-set ID : 16 Alphanumeric Characters , Zoom Ratio ,
Alarm message, Date / Time , Pan / Tilt Angle )
: Function Setup
: 256X
: Slow / MID. / Fast Selectable (Fast: Approx. 7.0 Second
(Tele to Wide ) in Manual Mode )
: Slow / MID. / Fast Selectable (Fast: Approx. 7.0 Second
( Far to Near ) in Manual Mode )
: Auto / One Push
: ALC (Adjustable Output Target Level ) / Manual
: Day / Night / Auto / Schedule
: Off / On
: 1/60 to 1/100,000 1/50 to 1/100,000
:
:
:
:
up to 15 fields
Auto / Manual
Off / On ( 60 dB )
Off / On ( Low / Middle / High )
: Off / On
: Off / On / Auto
:
:
:
:
Adjustable
ATW / AWC / Manual (1800K ~10500K)
OFF / Low / Middle / High
OFF / Low / Middle / High
: OFF / AUTO / SEQ / TOUR / PATROL
( STOP / PLAY / LEARN )
Digital Effect
: OFF / V-Flip / Mirror / Rotate
Alarm Input / Output : 6 Input [ Alarm In 1 ~ 6 ( NC / NO ) (TTL 5Vdc)] , 1 Output ( Alarm
Out NC / NO ) (0.5A 120Vac,1A 24Vac)
Schedule Setting
: Alarm Input / Auto Mode / Daylight Saving Time
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Item No. 9:- 6 core cable, 1.5 Sq. mm overall shielded instrument Cable as per following
specification.
Type
: HR-PVC insulated & FRLS sheathed un-armoured overall shielded
instrumentation cable.
Reference Standard : BS-5308 Pt.-2, BS-6360, IS-8130, IS-5831, ASTM D 2843, ASTM D
2863, SS-424-14-75, IS-10810, IEC754-1.
Temperature range : 85-Degree Centigrade.
Conductor :
Material
: Annealed bare solid copper conductor as per IS-8130/BS-6360 Solid,
Single strands
Diameter of strands : 1.38mm
Resistance at 20°C (max) :
12.10 Ohms / KM (Table 1 BS-6360)
Elongation
: 22.5% Minimum as per (Table-7 BS 6360)
Insulation :
Material
: PVC Type-C as per IS 5831:1984.
Insulation thickness : 0.5mm.
Tolerance of thickness :
+-10%.
Shielding:
Material
: Polyester backed aluminium tape with polyester on outer side of
cable.
Overlap
: 25% Min.
Aluminium Thickness : 0.025-mm nominal.
Drain Wire: Material : Annealed
Cross sectional area : 0.75 Sq mm.
Outer Sheath:
Material
: PVC Type-ST2 as per IS 5831:1984 with FRLS properties.
Thickness (Nominal +/- 20%)
: 1.2mm
Overall diameter (Maximum) : 14mm
Sheath colour
: Black
Printing interval
: 1 Meter
Identification Marking :
Several no of pairs X Sq mm FRLS PVC cable 300/500
V……………… Mtr. , Year of Mfg.
Item no. 10. :- MOTORISED ZOOM LENSE:Mount Type
: C-mount
Focal Length Range : 12 ~ 120mm
Zoom Ratio
:
Maximum Aperture Ratio :
1:1.8
Minimum image format : 6.4 x 4.8mm (ø8mm)
Operation
:
Iris
: motorised, F1.8~ 22C
Focus
: motorised, Preset, 1.5m~Inf.
Zoom
: motorised, Preset, 12~ 120mm
Angle of View : 1.2”
D
: 36.4° ~ 3.8°
H
: 29.4° ~ 3.1°
V
: 22.2° ~ 2.3°
Control :
Supply voltage
: 8V DC
Current
: 20mA or less
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Transit time
: 4 sec. approx
Operating temperature : up to 60 deg C
Effective Lens Aperture:
Front
: ø 54.0mm
Rear
: ø 9.2 mm
Back focal length
: 14.4 mm
Flange back length : 17.256 mm
Filter size
: M62X0.75 mm
Weight
: less than 700gm
OR The better specification than above will also be acceptable.
Iten No.12:- Camera
Memory Slots
Minimum One
Available
Additional Features
24.2MP, 3inch screen, Full HD Video
EN-EL14 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery (with terminal Cover), MH-24
Battery Charger, AN-DC3 Strap, EG-CP14 Audio/Video Cable, UC-E17
USB Cable, DK-5 Eyepiece Cap, BS-1 Accessory Shoe Cover, DK-20
Included Components
Rubber Eyecup, BF-1B Body Cap, View NX 2 CD-ROM, Reference
CD, AF-S 18-55mm VR Kit Lens, 4GB Card and Camera Bag, A/V
cable
Number Of Items
1
Display Technology LCD
Screen Size
3 Inches
Display Type
LCD
Image Stabilization
Digital
Optical Zoom
3X
Display Resolution
1080p Full HD
Maximum
Max Resolution
24
Optical Sensor
24.2 Megapixels
Resolution
Max Shutter Speed
30 Seconds
Min Shutter Speed
0.00025 Seconds
Min Aperture
5.6
Min Focal Length
18 Millimeters
Video Capture
1920x1080
Resolution
Batteries Included
Yes
Battery Cell
Probably Lithium Ion
Composition
Continuous Shooting
4.00
Speed
Total Usb Ports
1
Connector Type
usb
Auto, auto with red-eye reduction, auto slow sync, auto slow sync with
Flash Modes
red-eye reduction, fill-flash, red-eye reduction, slow sync, slow sync
Description
with red-eye reduction, rear-curtain with slow sync, rear-curtain sync, off
Viewfinder Type
Optical
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Has Audio Recording Yes
Has Self Timer
Yes
Includes Remote
No
Warranty Terms
One Year
1. Extra battery – One
Include following
2. Tripod stand – One
also
3.Exctrnal Zoom lenses – One 55mm-200mm
Better than above spec is also acceptable.
Item no. 5:- DVR:
1. Devise Should Have OS: Windows XP / Wondows 7 / Linux.
2. Video recording continuously for one month minimum
3. Support cross network video image live/recorded view, configuration, searching and
PTZ control
4. Alarm activation: supports triggered recording, short message,
5. Video detection: motion detection, camera blank, video loss,16-analog camera
composite video input: (NTSC/PAL) BNC (1.0VP- P75Ω),Video Standard PAL (625
line, 50f/s), NTSC (525 line, 60f/s),Six Level adj. video quality, Real-time monitor: D1
704×576/704×480,
6. Various sensitivity levels,
7. Can activate external alarm or screen message prompt, Alarm inputs: (N/O or N/C),
8. For all channels, Backup to 1024 log files, Network: 10M/100M self-adaptable
ethernet port, brightness, contrast, saturation and gain setup for each channel,
9. Support unlimited user /group and access right modification,
10. Hard Disk : 5 TB should included in the system.
11. One Wireless mouse and one wireless Keyboard should be included in Quotation offer
and should be supplied along with DVR.
12. Training and Documentation along with User manual and cards should be included in
the system
13. Better than above specification along with explanation is also acceptable with
compatibility sheet.
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SECTION-D
TENDER FORM
From
Tenderer’s Bid No.:
M/s.
Dated
:
Tender No.:RR
Site/Common/C&MM/ECON/64258
Dated
To
: AS PER E TENDER
Due date : AS PER E TENDER
AGM (C&MM)
Contracts & Material Management
Nuclear Power of Corporation of India
Limited,
Ground Floor, Rajasthan Parmanu Vijay
Bhavan,
PO: Anushakti Via Kota (Raj.) 323 303.
Dear Sir,
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1.
I/We have read the Invitation to Tender and Tendering Conditions and Conditions of
Contract as contained in Section-„B‟ (GCC/Supply-1/Rev.2) of the tender
documents.
2.
I/We have thoroughly examined the specification, drawing and/or pattern quoted or
referred to herein and/or fully aware of the nature of the stores required and
my/our bid is to supply the stores strictly in accordance with the requirements
under this tender as detailed in Section-C of the tender documents.
3.
I/We hereby agree to supply the stores, strictly adhering to the Conditions of the Contract as
contained in Section-B (GCC/Supply-1/Rev.2) of the tender documents.
4.
You will be at liberty to accept any one or more of the items of stores offered by us and I/We
shall be bound to supply you the stores as may be specified in the purchase order/contract.
5.
I/We hereby agree to keep the prices and our bid valid for your acceptance for a period of 120
(one hundred and twenty) days from the due date of this tender.
6.**
Deviations to technical specifications contained in Section-C of the tender documents are
detailed in Annexure-A to the Tender Form and compliance proposed to Conditions of
Contract contained in Section-B of the tender documents are detailed in Annexure-'B' to the
Tender Form.
7.
I/We are also enclosing herewith all the leaflets/catalogues etc. pertaining to the stores
offered.
8.
Details of the stores along with prices and the bid terms are enclosed under schedule to this
tender form.
Yours faithfully,
Stamp and Signature of the Tenderer
**Strike out whichever is not applicable.
Encl: Deviation to technical specifications-Annexure 'A'
Compliance to Conditions of Contract Annexure 'B
Leaflets/Catalogue.
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ANNEXURE A
Deviations to Technical Specifications
(The tenderer may indicate the deviation to technical specification/
item description – if any)
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ANNEXURE B
Tender
1.0) Format for submission of Compliance to the General Conditions of Contract governing
supply of stores - (GCC Supply-1/Rev. 2)
1.1) The tenderer shall note that any deviation to above mentioned terms and conditions of
our tender may lead to disqualification of their bid.
1.2) The compliance/confirmation to the specific clauses may please be furnished as per the
format below:
Bidder’s Compliance
/Confirmation
Sr. No.
Item / Description
I
Acceptance of “Security Deposit” Bank Guarantee” as
per Clause No. 3.4.2 & Performance Bank Guarantee as
per clause No. 3.4.5 under GCC/SUPPLY-1/R-2.
Long Text
Long Text
II
Acceptance of “Subletting / Assignment of Contract” as
per Clause No.3.7 under GCC/SUPPLY-1/R-2.
Long Text
III
Acceptance of “Defect Liability” as per Clause No.6.4
under GCC/SUPPLY-1/R-2.
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Long Text
IV
Acceptance of “Liquidated Damages” as per Clause
No.6.2 under GCC/SUPPLY-1/R-2.
Long Text
Acceptance of Quality Surveillance, Inspection,
V
Acceptance and Rejection” as per Clause No.10 under
GCC/SUPPLY-1/R-2.
Long Text
VI
Acceptance of “Terms of Payment” as per Clause
No.5.6 under GCC/SUPPLY-1/R-2.
Long Text
VII
Acceptance of “Settlement of Dispute” as per Clause
No. 14 under GCC/SUPPLY-1/R-2.
Long Text
VIII
Acceptance of “Confidentiality” as per Clause No. 1.10
under GCC/SUPPLY-1/R-2.
Long Text
IX
Compliance to the remaining clauses of GCC/SUPPLY1/R-2.
Multiple
Filling : No
Digital Signature
MultipleFilling : No
Encryption : No
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