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									                                 Cement Corporation of India Limited
                                     (A Government of India Enterprise)
                                         Tandur Cement Factory
                                        PO: CCI- Tandur- 501 158
                                         Ranga Reddy Distt ( A.P)

                                               TENDER NOTICE

Sealed and superscribed tenders in prescribed forms are invited for the following items/works.
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Tender No. Brief description               Quantity Starting of Last date Last date Earnest Money
                                                         sale of          for sale of for sub-           deposit
                                                         tender            tender        mission          (Rs.)
                                                       documents           docu-       of tender by
                                                                           ment          2.30PM

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TCF/MECH/ Cement Packing
07/3099/2009 Loading stacking
             of Cement packed
              bags in trucks/ 62,500 MT 29.06.09 27.07.09 28.07.09 Rs.2,00,000=00
              wagons & other  per month
              miscellaneous
              jobs in Packing
              plant.
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Tender documents can be purchased from Sr.Manager(Fin.) at the above mentioned address on any
working day on payment of Rs.500/-(Non-refundable) by Cash/DD for each tender in favour of
Cement Corporation of India Limited, drawn on State Bank of Hyderabad, Karankote (Branch Code
No.2446). Tender documents can also be down loaded from our website ‘’ http ://
www.cementcorporation.co.in

The techno-commercial bids shall be opened at 3.00 P.M., on the last date of submission as mentioned
above. Tenders shall be accepted only in CCI`s prescribed forms. Tenders received late or without
Earnest Money and cost of tender documents (for documents down loaded from website) shall not be
considered. CCI reserves its right to reject any or all tenders without assigning any reasons thereof.



                                                                    ADDL.GENL. MANAGER (MECH)




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                     CEMENT CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
                      (A GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ENTERPRISE )
                          CCI TANDUR- 501 158, R.R.Dist. (A.P.)

Grams: `STATECEM` TANDUR                                             Ph: 08411-247221,247223
                                                                         Fax:08411-247243.

Ref: TCF/MECH/07/3099/2009                                                Date: 25.06.09.

To:
…………………………………
………………………………….
………………………………….
………………………………….

               Sub: Tender for Cement Packing, Loading, Stacking of Cement Packed
                    bags in trucks/wagons and other miscellaneous jobs in Packing
                    Plant..
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We are enclosing our tender documents for the above work, detailed in the enclosed tender
documents.

       Your offer in sealed cover containing separate sealed covers for i)Commercial bid ii)Price bid
iii)Cost of tender forms (for tender forms downloaded from website) along with address in accordance
with our terms and conditions of the tender which should reach us as per the schedule given below:


1. TIME SCHEDULE                           DT. & TIME OF            DT.& TIME OF
                                           SUBMISSION OF            OPENING OF
                                           OFFER                    OFFER


a) Commercial proposal along with
   EMD and copies of CCI’s Tender             28.07.2009             28.07.2009
   Documents duly signed (each page          Upto:14.30 Hrs.         15.00 Hrs.
   should be initialed ) in token of
   acceptance of Terms and Conditions.
                                              28.07.2009                 ----
b) Price Bid                                 Upto:14.30 Hrs.        On the same date
                                                                    or on a later date.


    Offer of eligible tenderers will be opened on 28.07.2009 at 3.00 P.M., followed with subsequent
negotiations if required.

2)     The EMD must be submitted along with the commercial proposal for a value of Rs.2,00,000/-
       by way of DD/FD/BG/ (in CCI’s prescribed format enclosed) and must not be enclosed with



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     the Price bid (refer clause 1 of Part-II) in favour of M/s.CCI Ltd., Tandur payable at SBH,
     Karankote Branch (Code No.2446).

     a)Tenders not submitted in the prescribed format and not completed in all respects are likely to
     be rejected. .

     b)The Tender documents are not transferable. Only those firms can participate in whose name
     the tender has been sold.

     c)The Tender with terms and conditions in Part I, II and III duly signed on each page shall be
     sent along with the EMD, with a covering letter as prescribed. EMD shall not be kept in the
     Price bid, but shall be enclosed with the Commercial bid.

     d)Tenderer shall not be entitled to claim any costs, charges, expenses or incidentals for or in
     connection with the preparation and submission of their tender even though the Corporation
     may decide to withdraw the’ Invitation of Tender’ or reject any/all tender(s) without
     assigning any reason thereof.

     e)In the event of the tender documents were down loaded from website, the tenderer should
     submit their tender with cost of tender document in the form of DD for Rs.500=00 drawn in
     favour of CCI Ltd., Tandur, payable at State Bank of Hyderabad, Karankote branch (Code
     No.2446). The cost of tender document should be kept in separate sealed cover duly
     superscribed as “ Cost of Tender Form “.

     All other terms as above for submission of tenders shall be followed.

3)   OPENING OF TENDER:

          a) Tenders will be opened on the specified date and time in the office of the Officer
             inviting tender or as directed by him, in the presence of such of those tenderers who
             may choose to be present. The representatives will have to establish their identity to
             the satisfaction of the Corporation by producing introductory letters from the
             firms/Company. Otherwise, they may not be allowed to be present at the tender
             opening.

          b) The tenders which are not received in separate covers as explained above and those
             tenders down loaded from website which are not having cost of tender forms are
             liable for rejection.

4)   CLEAR UNDERSTANDING:

     When a tenderer submits his tender in response to this tender document, he will be deemed to
     have understood about the requirements, terms and conditions. No extra payment will be made
     or any other claim whatsoever entertained on the pretext that the tenderer did not have a clear
     idea of any particular point(s)

5)   VALIDITY OF OFFER:

     Tenders shall remain open for acceptance for 120 days or as may be specified from the date of
     opening of Commercial bid. No revision/modifications in the tendered rate will be allowed
     during the period of original validity of tender or the extended period except for any
     reduction/revision as may be asked for specifically by CCI during negotiations.




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6)   REFERENCE LIST:

     The Tenderer(s) should submit along with their tender(s) the list of executed orders in hand, if
     any, for same/similar jobs and period by which jobs are proposed to be completed (proforma
     enclosed)Annexure- C.

7)   The tender documents comprise the following:

          a)   Covering letter which must be submitted by the tenderers duly signed.
          b)   Part – I, Instructions to Tenderers,
          c)   Part – II, General terms and conditions,
          d)   Part – III, Special terms and conditions – I & II
          e)   Price Bid proforma (Price schedule) - Annexure-V

     Please confirm your participation by return post.

     Thanking you,



                                                           Yours faithfully,
                                           For CEMENT CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.



     Encl:a/a.                                       ADDL.GENERAL MANAGER(MECH)




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    COVERING LETTER WHICH MUST BE SUBMITTED BY THE TENDERER DULY FILLED
    IN AND SIGNED.
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    Ref:
    Date:…………………

    To,

    The General Manager,
    Cement Corporation of India Ltd.,
    PO. CCI-Tandur-501 158
    Ranga Reddy dist. (A.P).

    Sub: Tender for

    Ref:
                                                 ……………………………

    Dear Sir,

    With reference to your tender for the above work, We/I hereby submit our/my tender in two
Separate sealed envelopes duly sealed in a common envelope as per instructions in the tender
documents. The required marking as per Clause 2(b) of Part-I indicating reference of tender, has been
done on all the envelopes.

    A)The following documents are enclosed with the Commercial bid.
           1) One copy each of your terms and conditions in Part-I, II & III–I & II and Annexure–V
               duly signed on each page in token of acceptance of the same in its entirely.
           2) List of present contract/orders/in hand as per Annexure-C.
           3) Earnest Money of Rs.2,00,000/-…in the form of Bank Draft/BG/FDR
               No…………………dated……………..in favour of Cement Corporation of India
               Limited, payable at CCI Tandur, B.G. format as per Annexure-A.
           4) Details of job handled, clients name, details of job done and Performance Certificate.
               Certificate whether any office of your Corporation is related to me/us or not
               (Annexure-B).
    B) Price bid in separate sealed envelope.

       We/I hereby declare that we/I have not been debarred from tendering for contracts in any of the
departments of Government/Semi Government/Public Sector Undertakings and Local bodies.

        We/I certify that the information given by us/me in the tender documents is correct and if any
stage the same is found in be incorrect, the contract will be liable to be terminated/rescinded and action
may be taken against us/me by the Corporation for damages.


          We are / I am duly authorized/empowered to sign all the tender documents:-

             a) Name of the Tenderer:……………………………………………….
             b) Full Postal Address :………………………………………………..
                                     …………………………………………………
                                     ………………………………………………….
                                     …………………………………………………..


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c) Telegraphic Address:…………………………………………………….
d) Telephone No………..Resi ;……………………..Off:………………..




                       Fax :   …………………………………………..
e) Cell / Mobile No.           ………………………………………….

f) E-mail No.                  ………………………………………….


                                          Yours faithfully,


Witness (Name & address)              (Signature of the Tenderer)
                                             with seal.
1.
2.




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                                      CEMENT CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
                                        Part – I : Instructions to Tenderers


     1. GENERAL:
        a) The tender should be addressed to the officer who has invited the tenders.

          b)Any offer made in response to this tender, when accepted by the Cement Corporation of
          India  Limited will constitute a contract between the parties.

     2.   SUBMISSION OF TENDER:
          a)Every tender shall be made out in English. All amounts shall be indicated by tenderer in
          figures as well as in words, when there is any difference between prices quoted in figures and
          words, lower of the two shall prevail.Tender should be free from over writings. All corrections
          and alterations should be duly attested by the tenderer. The word `NOT QUOTED` should be
          written against item in the schedule for which the tenderer does not wish to quote.

          b)Tender is to be sent by post or deposited in the tender box kept for this purpose in the office
          of CCI so as to be available within the due date and time fixed, in a sealed envelope in the
          manner prescribed below.

          i)      Techno commercial terms and conditions should be sent in a separate sealed cover and
                 should be superscribed as Techno commercial bid.

          ii)     The price portion should be sent in separate sealed cover and should be superscribed as
                 Price bid.

          iii) Both these sealed covers should be sent in a separate sealed cover and all the envelopes
               should be marked as under:

                  a) Offer for ………………………………………
                  b) CCI’s Tender No. ……………………………..
                  c) Date of Opening of tender …………………………………………..

          iv) In the event of the tender being submitted by a firm, it must be signed separately by each
              partner thereof. In the event of the absence of any partner, it must be signed on his behalf
              by a partner holding power of attorney authorizing to do so.

          v)     In the case of company, the tender should be signed in the manner as laid down in the said
                  Company’s Article of Association.

          vi)      A true copy of the partnership deed (and Articles and Memorandum of Company) duly
                  attested should be furnished.

          vii)     Tenders received after the specified time and date are liable for rejection.

c)        Tenders not submitted in the prescribed format and not completed in all respects are likely to
          be rejected.

d)        The tender documents are not transferable. Only those firms can participate in whose name the
           tender has been sold.



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e)      The tender with terms and conditions in Part-I, II and III duly signed on each page shall be sent
        along with the Earnest Money Deposit, with a covering letter as prescribed. Earnest Money
        Deposit shall not be kept in the PRICE BID, but shall be enclosed with the Commercial Bid.

f)         Tender shall not be entitled to claim any costs, charges, expenses or incidentals for or in
         connection with the preparation and submission of their tender) even though the Corporation
         may decide to withdraw the `Invitation of Tender` or reject any/all tender(s) without assigning
         any reason thereof.



3) OPENING OF TENDER:

a)        Tenders will be opened on the specified date and time in the office of the Officer inviting the
         tender or as directed by him, in the presence of such of those tenderers who may choose to be
         present. The representatives will have to establish their identity to the satisfaction of the
         Corporation by producing introductory letters from the firms/Company. Otherwise they may
         not be allowed to the present at the tender opening.

b)       The tenders which are not received in separate covers as explained above are liable for
         rejection.

4)      CLEAR UNDERSTANDING:

        When a tenderer submits his tender in response to this tender document, he will be deemed to
        have understood about the requirements, terms and conditions. No extra payment will be made
        or any other claim whatsoever entertained on the pretext that the tenderer did not have a clear
        idea of any particular point(s).

5)      VALIDITY OF OFFER:

         Tenders shall remain open for acceptance for 120 days or as may be specified from the date of
         opening of commercial bid. No revision/modifications in the tendered rate will be allowed
         during the period of original validity of tender or the extended period except for any
         reduction/revision as may be asked for specifically by CCI during negotiation.


6)     REFERENCE LIST:

        The tenderer(s) should submit along with their tender(s) the list of unexecuted orders in hand, if
        any, for same/similar jobs and period by which jobs are proposed to be completed (Proforma
        enclosed) Annexure-C.

7)      AWARD OF CONTRACT:

     a) The Corporation reserves the right to accept in its sole and unfettered discretion any tender for
        whole or part quantities/part work or to reject any or all tenders without assigning any reasons
        there of and without, entitling the tenderer to any claims whatsoever.

     b) Firms which have failed to fulfill earlier contractual obligations may not be considered.




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     c) If no separate agreement has been signed by the parties to the contract, the LOI/Order resulting
         from this tender including all negotiations and detailed order to be issued subsequently, with
         items and conditions and stipulations as agreed to by the tenderer and to the extent modified
         during negotiations, constitutes the contract agreement relating to the work between the
         successful tenderer and the Corporation and the parties shall be bound by the terms and
         conditions and all provisions of this contract.

     d) The Corporation does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender to assign any reason for
        non-acceptance of the same.
     e) The Corporation shall mean and include the administrative and executive officers of its
        Corporate Office at New Delhi as well as of factories/projects as the case may be who are
        identified to deal with matter relating to this contract on its behalf.


8)      EXPERIENCE:

        The Tenderer should be well experienced in the line of work under consideration. In proof of
        the same, the tenderer should furnish documentary evidence such as Xerox copies of W.O.S.
        executed by him for the past 2 years in Public Sector/reputed private sector units for the work
        of similar nature. Certificates for satisfactory performance of the works issued by them also
        can be considered. The tenderer should have required personnel, machinery, financial
        soundness so as to be competent and capable for the job under consideration.

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                                CEMENT CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
                                Part – II General Term & Conditions

1.0 EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT: For this tender Rs.2,00,000/- (Rupees Two lakhs only).

      1.1 All tenderers including those registered with the Corporation should furnish earnest money, as
          specified, by way of Bank Draft in favor of Cement Corporation of India Limited, payable at
          CCI Karankote. Tenders received without the Earnest Money Deposit, as specified in the
          tender, will be liable for rejection. Any other money held by or pending with the Corporation
          against any other contracts will not be generally adjusted/treated as EMD for this tender.

      1.2 Earnest Money will be forfeited if the rates are revised or modified upward during the validity
          period or extended period. Earnest money will also be forfeited if the security deposit is not
          furnished or work not started after acceptance of the tenderer`s offer by CCI.

      1.3 The Earnest Money Deposit will not bear any interest.

      1.4 The Earnest Money Deposit of successful tenderers would be adjusted towards the security
          deposit and that of others will be refunded, except in the cases mentioned in 1.2 above, and
          mentioned in clause 2.3 below.

      1.5 Public Sector Undertakings (Central/State) and SSI Units registered with NSIC are exempted
          from submission of Earnest Money Deposit. The SSI Units shall furnish a documentary
          proof to the effect that they are registered with NSIC along with the tender
          documents.

2.0      SECURITY DEPOSIT:

          Security deposit @ 10% for the first Rs.1 Lac of the R.A.Bill, 7 1/2%on the next Rs.1
         Lac of      the R.A.Bill will be recovered, and 5% of the balance order value subject to
         maximum of Rs.5 Lacs will be recovered. S.D.,will be refunded after 03 months of
         successful completion of the contract.


2.1      The amount of Security deposit as specified in the terms and conditions of the tender
         shall be deposited by the successful tenderers within 15 days of acceptance of offer or
         as per advice of the Corporation.

2.2      Failure to furnish Security Deposit in accordance with the conditions of the tender within 15
         days of the award of the contract or as advised alternatively will be considered to be breach of
         contract, which would give the Corporation the right to terminate the contract and forfeit the
         EMD also will be entitled to take any other course of action against the successful tenderer as it
         may deem fit like stoppage of business dealings/debarring from tendering etc.

2.3      The Security deposit may be made either by bank draft or bank guarantee in favour of Cement
          Corporation of India Limited from a schedule Bank in the prescribed form as given in
          Annexure-II valid for a period of 6 months beyond the date of completion of contract. The
          Earnest Money Deposit in the form of Bank Draft will be adjusted towards portion of Security
          Deposit, in the case of successful bidder.

2.4       If work is not started after acceptance of Tenderer’s offer, EMD/SD will be forfeited.



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2.5    In the event of any approved upward revision in the value of the contract, the successful
       tenderer will on receiving intimation from the Corporation, make further deposit as specified by
       the Corporation towards the increased value of the contract.

2.6     The Security deposit will not bear any interest. The Corporation reserves the right to adjust
       security deposit towards any amount due to it from the successful tenderer against this contract
       or against any other contract with this corporation and in such an event the successful tenderer
       on receipt of notice from the Corporation shall make further deposit to restore the security
       deposit to the full amount.
2.7   The Security deposit shall be liable to be forfeited wholly or partly at the sole discretion of the
       Corporation, should the successful tenderer either fail to complete the jobs assigned to
       him/them as per agreed time schedule or to fulfil his/their contractual obligations or to settle in
       full his/their dues to the Corporation.

2.8   The Corporation is empowered to deduct from the Security Deposit or any other outstanding
      amount any sum that may be fixed by the Corporation as being the amount of loss or losses or
      damages suffered by it due to delay in performance or non-performance of any of the conditions
      of the tender/contract. The Corporation will, however, not be bound to prove any demonstrable
      loss or damages suffered.

2.9     The Corporation shall have a lien over any money that may become due and payable to the
      Contractor under this contract or any other contract or transaction of any other nature either all
      alone or jointly with others and unless the contractor pays and clears the claim of the Corporation
      immediately on demand, the Corporation shall be entitled at all times to deduct the said sum due
      from the contractor from any money/security deposit with which may have become payable to
      the contractor or may become due at any future date under this contract or any other contract
      transaction whatsoever between the contractor and the Corporation without prejudice and in
      addition to the other rights of the Corporation to recover the amount of any such claim by other
      remedies legally available.

2.10 Bank Guarantee as required under this contract or agreed to against any advance made by the
     Corporation/Contract performance/equipment performance/guarantee etc, shall be extended by
     the Contractor whenever so required by the Corporation and without any question for covering
     the period of completion and finalisation of work, performance etc., Failure to do so, shall entitle
     the Corporation to encash the Bank Guarantee against it towards any dues, recoveries, L.D. etc.

3.0   MEMBER OF THE CORPORATION NOT INDIVIDUALLY LIABLE:

      No Director or official or employee of the Corporation shall in any way be personally bound or
      liable for acts or obligations of the Corporation under the contract or answerable for any default
      or omission in observance or performance of any of the acts, matters or things which are herein
      contained.

4.0   CORPORATION NOT BOUND BY PERSONAL REPRESENTATION:
      The Contractor shall not be entitled to any increase in the rates or any other right or claim
      whatsoever by reason of any representation, explanation or statement or alleged representation,
      promise or assurance given or alleged to have been given to him by any employee of the
      Corporation.




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5.0   NON-PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACT/CANCELLATION OF CONTRACT/RIGHT
      OF THE CORPORATION:

5.1   The Corporation reserves the right to cancel the contract if the contractor fails to carry out the
      jobs assigned to him as per contract and as per the instruction given by authorized
      representative of the Corporation. In addition, Corporation may also take any other remedial
      measures in such an event as described hereunder.

5.2   Any bribe, commission, gift or advantage given, promised or offered by or on behalf of the
      tenderers, their partners, agents or servants to any officer, servant or representative of the
      Corporation for obtaining or for execution of this or any other contract or for receiving
      payments under the contract shall, in addition to the criminal liability he may incur, will
      subject the tenderer to cancellation of this or any other contracts and also to payment or any
      loss resulting entitled to deduct the amount so payable from any money otherwise due to the
      tenderer under this or any other contract. Any question or dispute as to whether the tenderers
      have incurred any liability under the clause shall be settled by the Corporation in such manner
      and on such evidence or information as it may deem fit and sufficient and the Corporation
      decision in this regard shall be final and conclusive.

5.3   In case of any compelling circumstances or for any other reasons and in the opinion of the
      Corporation, the contract needs to be determined and terminated at any stage during the
      execution, the Corporation shall be entitled to do so, giving one month’s notice in writing. In
      such as eventuality, no compensation, whatsoever, for any arrangement is made by the
      Contractor or for any liabilities incurred by him or any consequential loss will be payable by
      the Corporation except the payment for work actually done at contacted rates, after making
      good all dues recoveries, L.D. if any etc. CCI also reserves its right to suspend the contract for
      any compelling reasons if in the opinion of the Corporation it is so required. In such an
      eventuality, the time of completion will be extended to the extent of suspension period but no
      claim whatsoever for any damages, increase in rates, idle wages machinery etc., will be
      payable to the contractor.

5.4   The Corporation also reserves the right to make risk purchase from the open market by tender
      or by any other mode of purchase at the risk and cost of supplier in respect of such quantities
      that the supplier fails to deliver in accordance with the schedule of delivery agreed to, after
      giving due notice to the supplier.

6.0   SUB-LETTING OF CONTRACT:

      The Contractor shall not sub-let or assign this contract or any part thereof without obtaining,
      prior written permission of the Corporation. In the event of the Contractors Sub-letting or
      assigning the contract or any part there of without such permission, the Corporation shall have
      the right to rescind the contract and the Contractor shall be liable to the Corporation for any
      loss or damage which the Corporation may sustain in consequence or arising out of such
      cancellation. Even in case sub-letting is permitted by the Corporation, the party to whom sub-
      letting is proposed, will be subject to approval of the corporation. However, the Corporation
      will not recognize any contractual obligations with the persons or party to whom the contract
      has been sub-let including compensation under Workmen’s Compensation Act and the
      contractor will be held responsible for the satisfactory due and proper fulfillment of the
      contract.

6.1   The contractor observe all the rules/regulations of the Central and State Govt. and the local
      authorities as relating to transportation of material by road and shall pay all taxes (road taxes,


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      passenger, goods tax etc.) as levied by the authorities. If any breach of the said
      rules/regulations/orders committed by him, he shall be solely responsible for the same.

6.2   All persons employed by the contractor including the drivers and cleaners of the trucks trailors,
       machineryoperators etc., shall be instructed by the contractor to observe strictly all the road
       safety regulations prescribed, either generally or by CCI whilest they are in the premises or the
       factory or the colony or on road and if any person commits breach of any of the regulations, it
       shall be open to the Corporation to disqualify that person from entering the premises of the
       factory or the Corporation to disqualify that person from entering the premises of the factory or
       the colony. The contractor shall be bound to comply with such instruction forthwith.

6.3   The contractor shall abide by the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970.

6.4    If any damage is caused to any property or any injury is caused to or the death occurs of any
       person in the premises of the factory or the colony or any where also due to any act or any
       person employed by the contractor or through his machinery or activities, the contractor will be
       liable for damage/compensation is respect thereof and shall indemnify the Corporation and
       keep the Corporation indemnified against all loses, damages, costs, charges, expenses and all
       liability of whatsoever nature and kind which the Corporation may incur, sustain, suffer or be
       put to in consequence or by any reason of such damage, injury or loss of life.

6.5    If any damages are caused to any of the contractor’s Vehicle / belongings / equipment /
       machinery / materials / establishments etc. or any injury is caused to or death occurs of any
       person employed by him in connection with the performance of this contract, due to negligence
       of any person employed by him or otherwise, the Corporation shall not be liable for damages
       or compensation in respect thereof under the Workmen’s Compensation Act or otherwise.

7.0   CHANGES IN CONSTITUTION:

7.1    Where the contractor is a partnership firm, a new partner shall not be introduced in the firm
       except with the previous consent in writing of the Corporation which may be granted only
       upon furnishing of a written undertaking by the partner to perform the contract and accept all
       liabilities incurred by the firm under the contract prior to the date of such undertaking.

7.2    On the death or retirement of any partner of the contractor’s firm before complete execution
       and performance of the contract, the Corporation, may, at its option, rescind the contract and in
       such case the contractor shall have no claim, whatsoever, to compensation of any kind,
       consequential loss etc., against the Corporation.

7.3    Without prejudice to any of the rights or remedies under this contract, if the contractor is a
       proprietorship concern and the proprietor dies during the subsistence of the contract, the
       Corporation shall have the option to terminate the contract without paying compensation of
       any kind, consequential loss etc., to any claimant i.e., legal heirs and successors.

8.0   FORCE MAJEURE CONDITIONS:

8.1    If at any time during the continuance of the agreement/contract it becomes impossible by
       reasons of war, or war like operations, strikes, lock-outs, riots, civil commotion, epidemical
       sickness, pestilence, earthquake, fire, storm, or floods, the contractor shall, during the
       continuance of such contingencies not be bound to execute the contract during this period as
       per agreement/contract time schedule. The work shall be resumed immediately the
       contingency (ies) has/have ceased or otherwise determined and Contractor’s obligations shall


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       continue to be in force for correspondingly extended period after the resumption of execution.
       The contractor shall however, inform the Corporation by registered post about such acts at the
       beginning and end of the above causes of delay within ten days of occurrence and cessation of
       such force majeure conditions.

8.2    In the event of delay in performance of Corporation work if arising out of causes of force
       majeure, the Corporation reserves the right to cancel the order/contract without any
       compensation, whatsoever, and/or any consequential loss etc.

8.3    Only events of force majeure which effect the work at the time of its occurance shall be taken
       into cognizance. The Corporation shall not be liable to pay any extra costs or increased rates
       due to delay under force majeure conditions. Only appropriate extension of time will be
       granted.


8.4    Liquidated damages

       If the contractor fails to carry out the job during the pendency of the contract period ,
       Corporation at its discretion entitle to take any alternative action at the risk and cost of the
       Contractor.


9.0    NOTICE :

       Any notice hereunder may be served on the contractor by registered post/mail at his last known
       address. Proof of issue of any such notice at this address shall be conclusive proof of having
       received the notice by the contractor.

10.0   DISPUTE UNDER THIS CONTRACT AND ARBITRATION:

10.1   In the event of any question/dispute, breach of or difference arising in respect of the meaning
       and scope of terms and conditions herein or in connection with any matter under this agreement
       (except for those matter which are to be decided as per provisions made in these terms and
       conditions) the same shall be referred to the sole arbitrator by an officer of the Cement
       Corporation of India Limited, New Delhi appointed by its C& MD. There will be no objection
       if the arbitrator is an employee of the Corporation and he had at anytime in discharge of his
       duties as an employee of the Corporation has expressed views on all or any of the matters in
       dispute or difference or dealt with the matter in substance. The Arbitrator shall give award with
       reasons in respect of each claim, dispute or difference referred to him in the event the value of
       the dispute(s) exceeds Rs. 50,000/-. The award of the Arbitrator shall be final and binding on
       both the parties to this contract.

10.2   Subject to aforesaid the Arbitration and Conciliation Ordinance, 1996 and the rules made there-
       under and any statutory modifications thereof for the time being in force shall apply to the
       arbitration proceedings under this clause.


10.3   The work under the contract shall be continued uninterrupted during the pendency of the
       arbitration proceedings and no payment due from one to the other parties therein shall be with-
       held on account of pendency of such proceedings unless such payment related to the matter
       under arbitration.



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10.4   The venue of the arbitration shall be New Delhi or such other place as the arbitral tribunal at
       his discretion may determine.

11.0   JURISDICTION:

       It is hereby agreed by the parties here to that only Courts at Tandur/Hyderabad shall have
       jurisdiction to decide or adjudicate upon any dispute, which may arise out of or be in
       connection with this agreement.

12.0   LAWS GOVERING THE CONTRACT:

       This contract shall be governed by the laws of Union of India in force.

13.0   WAIVER NOT TO IMPAIR THE RIGHT OF THE CORPORATION:

       Any delay in exercising or omission to exercise any right power or remedy accruing to the
       Corporation upon any default under this contract shall not impair any such right, power or
       remedy or shall be construed to be an inaction of the Corporation in respect of any such default
       or any acquiescence by the Corporation effect or impair any right, power of remedy of the
       Corporation under this contract.

14.0   CONDITIONS GIVEN BY THE TENDERERS:

       With the acceptance of the terms and conditions described in this tender, any terms and
       conditions given by the tenderers contrary to those conditions shall be treated as withdrawn by
       the tenderer(s).




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                   CEMENT CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
                            TANDUR CEMENT FACTORY
                                A N N E X UR E - C
                         PRESENT CONTRACTS/JOBS IN HAND
Sl. Name of Client   Nature Tonnage/    Approx. value       Date of                                 Stipulated date of
No.                 of work    Qty.    of Cont.(Rs.in lacs)  start                                    completion.




NOTE:- Please attach photo copies of contracts.


PLACE:                                                                          Signature of the tenderer
DATE:                                                                         (Name and address with seal )

 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                      Cement Corporation of India Limited
                                        TANDUR CEMENT FACTORY
                                              ANNEXURE-B
                                        NO RELATION CERTIFICATE

I declare that the following officers of the Corporation are related to me/no officer of the
Corporation is related to me.
Sl.No.       Name of the Officer                 Post held                  Place of post
__________________________________________________________________________________




__________________________________________________________________________________


PLACE:                                                                          Signature of the tenderer
DATE :                                                                        (Name and address with seal )



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                                                                                                   ANNEXURE – D3

                                     DETAILS OF ORDERS EXECUTED
                  INCLUDING CCI DURING THE LAST THREE YEARS
Name of Firm :
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type of items              Name of the party          Value         Date of      Delivery          Date of actual
(give details)             to whom supplied                          order          date             completion




                                                               Signature

                                                              Name :
   Date:                                                      Designation:



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                          CEMENT CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
                                                                                                ANNEXURE –A
              PROFORMA OF BANK GUARANTEE FOR EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT
WHERE          AS       M/s.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(Name & address of the Party) a Company incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956, having its
Registered Office at --------------------------------------(hereinafter call the ‘TENDERER’) wish to
participate in tender enquiry No.---------------------------------dated----------------------------of the Cement
Corporation of India Ltd., a Company incorporated under the companies Act, 1956, having its
registered office at Core-5, Scope Complex, 7 Lodhi Road, NEW DELHI – 110 003 (hereinafter called
the ‘CORPORATION’) for **execution of----------------------------(name of the work) for-----------------
---------------------------------------------(name of CCI’s Factory).

     AND WHEREAS in terms of the tender conditions the tenderer is required to furnish to the
CORPORATION a Bank Guarantee for the sum of Rs.-------------------------------------------------
(Rupees----------------------------------------------------------------------------------words as ‘Earnest Money
against the TENDERER’s offer aforesaid.
      AND WHEREAS we--------------------------------------------------(Name and address of the Bank)
have at the request of the tenderer agreed to give to the CORPORATION this Guarantee as hereinafter
contained.

We------------------------------------------------------(Name of the Bank) hereby under take and guarantee
to pay immediately to the CORPORATION on demand in writing by the CORPORATION the amount
of Rs.-----------(Rupees------------------------------------------------------------------------ -------------- -------
------------------ - - -(inwords), without any reservations and recourse, if the tenderer shall for any
reason backout, whether expressely or impliedly, from their said tender during the period of its validity
of any extension thereof or the tenderer fails to execute the order/work awarded to them by the
Corporation against the said tender.

We---------------------------------------------(Name of the Bank) further agree that our liability to pay the
aforesaid is not dependent or conditional on the Corporation proceeding against the tenderer and we
shall be liable to pay the amount, without any demur, merely on a claim being raised by the
Corporation.
 The guarantee herein contained shall not be determined or afore affected by the liquidation or winding
up dissolution or change of constitution or insolvency of the said Tenderer but shall in all respects and
for all purpose be binding and operative until payment of all moneys due to Corporation in respect of
such liability or liabilities are paid.

            NOTWITHSTANDING anything to the contrary in aforesaid paragraphs our liability under
the guarantee is restricted to Rs.---------------------------------(Rupees------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------(in words). Our guarantee shall remain inforce till---------------------
---(date). (To be given for four months from the date of opening of Techno-commercial bid). Unless
a suit or action enforce a claim under the guarantee is filled on us within two months from the
aforesaid date Viz.-----------------------------we shall be relieved and discharged from all liability
thereunder.
We----------------------------------------------------------(Name of the Bank) lastly under take not to revoke
this guarantee during its currency except with the previous consent of the Corporation in writing.

                                                                         For: -------------------------------------------
Date:----------------------------
              Delete if not applicable.
            ** Delete whichever not applicable-.


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CCI TANDUR
                      PART III SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS:- I

If there is any difference between a clause under Special Terms and Conditions and a clause in the
General Terms and Conditions, the clause under Special Terms and Conditions shall hold good.

Also, in case of doubt regarding description of work, its meaning/ambit etc, the interpretation of CCI
will be final.

       1.0     SCOPE OF       WORK:

       1.1     The contractor shall be responsible for the continuous running/operation of the Packing
               Plant i.e. branding, packing, loading of Cement bags in trucks/wagons, loading and
               unloading of Gunny/HDPE bags along with related jobs & incidental thereto. The
               quantity expected to be dispatched is 62,500 MT +/- 20% in every month. However,
               this is only indicative and may vary depending on actual requirement.

       1.2     The contractor shall abide by the following terms and conditions for operating the
               Packing Plant.

       1.3      DURATION OF CONTRACT: The Contract shall be for a period of One year
               initially. However, the Corporation reserves its right to extend it further for a period of
               another One year on the same rates, terms and conditions.

       2.0     CONDITIONS:

       2.1     Contractor shall be responsible for operation of the Packing Plant on all the shifts and
               on all the days (including Sundays and Holidays) as directed. In case trucks and
               wagons are not available in shifts, no compensation shall be payable to the Contractor
               or his worker towards idle wages.

       2.2     The Contractor will be responsible for providing adequate number of labourers for the
               due execution of the work satisfactorily in time. Any loss occurring due to non
               engagement of sufficient/required labours shall be at the risk and cost of the contractor.
               In this context, the contractor has to make available adequate number of labourers at the
               Factory gate in each shift and required labourers as per the advice of Packing Plant In
               charge will only be allowed inside the Factory. The Labour so employed will be the
               employees of the Contractor and the Corporation will have no liability,
               whatsoever, except as that of the Principal Employer.

       2.3     The Contractor shall make his own arrangement for accommodation for himself and for
               all his workmen.

       2.4     The employment of labour by the contractor shall be subject to the approval of the
               Corporation and he will not engage any persons not approved by the Corporation.

       2.5     Weekly rest shall be given to the labour without affecting the work in any manner.

       2.6     The Contractor shall be responsible for adherence of the provisions of Contract Labour
               (R&A) Act, 1970 including obtaining the necessary Labour licence. The Contractor


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       will also abide by the Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923 as well as other statutory
       provisions governing the employment of Contract labours. The contractor is required to
       arrange Insurance cover for his labours against risks like, Medical treatment, accidents
       etc. He should furnish a Xerox copy of Insurance Policy taken by him to CCI. CCI will
       reimburse the actual Insurance premium paid against the above Policy.

2.7    All tools and tackles required for the work shall be procured by the contractor and kept
       in good working condition by the contractor at his cost and shall be responsible for their
       safe custody.

2.8    The Contractor must ensure 10% Check weighment by deploying adequate manpower
       and no relaxation whatsoever will be allowed. A proper record on appropriate proforma
       will also be kept by him. Any minor adjustment required in Packer Machine for correct
       weighment will be also done by the Contractor.

2.9    The Contractor shall be responsible for house keeping cleanliness and hygienic
       conditions. The cleaning is required to be made in the entire area of Packing house
       including Railway tracks at loading points, loading chutes etc. after cleaning the swept
       Cement should be put-back in the processes and packed in bags wherever necessary the
       Contractor will remove all the spillages from all the floors and from all the process
       equipments, locations including Cement silos top/bottom, screw conveyors, feed valves,
       hoppers, bucket elevator pits, airlifts of Cement mill but located near Packing house
       area, belt conveyors etc. occur during the process of loading. The spillage shall not be
       allowed to be accumulated and has to be removed on day-to-day basis for which a
       separate gang has to be deployed. Any Cement bag damaged or Cement got set due to
       the negligence of the contractor shall be charged to the contractor as per actual rate.
       The cleaning of the area has to be done on day-to-day basis. Accumulation of Cement
       spillage shall not be allowed for a long period and claims for bags filling/cleaning shall
       not be permitted.

2.10   The Contractor shall follow the instructions, rules and regulations of the Corporation in
       force from time to time.

2.11   The Contractor shall submit every month latest by 30th of the following month, a
       statement showing the names of the various employees employed during the previous
       month along with details of their temporary and permanent address, number of days
       worked and wages paid or any other information desired by the Corporation.

3.0    PAYMENT AND OTHER CONDITIONS:

3.1    The payment to labourers for the work done will be made on piece rate basis, wherever
       applicable linked with Wage Board rates on every month for the work done. No
       payments will be payable to the contractor for the period of non-operation of Packing
       plant for any reasons whatsoever.

3.2    The contractor shall make the payment to his labour engaged on the job in the presence
       of the Corporations authorized representative monthly. Labour engaged for other
       operations not connected by Cement Wage Board will be paid Minimum wages fixed
       by the A.P. State Govt. from time to time and he will maintain the record for the wages
       paid by him. He will be entirely and exclusively responsible for the payment of wages
       to his workers on the due date. The bills for the month shall be prepared and submitted
       by the contractor on or before 5th of succeeding month and payment will be made by


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      the Corporation to the Contractor after verification of bills by Packing Plant In-charge.
      For fringe benefits also bills will be submitted by the Contractor on 5th of succeeding
      month to make the payment by the Corporation to the contractor. The contractor shall
      be responsible for adherence of all the statutory provisions of Payment of Wages Act,
      Minimum Wages Act and any instructions given from time to time.

3.3   The payment against the work done by the Contractor shall be made within a week’s
      time after submission of bills and after the same is verified by Executing dept. for the
      work done by the contractor. The bills should be supported by a schedule of PF
      Recovery and a certificate of payment in the presence of representative of personnel
      dept. to the effect that the wages of labourers have been paid by the contractor for the
      respective month for which bills are submitted for payment. Income tax will be
      deducted on the whole of the bill amount.

3.4   All payments will be made to the contractor on work load basis already determined.
      The Corporation reserves the right to revise the work load upward with introducing
      Technical/Operational improvements. Any rise in labour wages/DA due to enhancement
      of Minimum wages by Cement Wage Board/Govt.orders will be paid by the
      Corporation to the extent of such increase in the labour rates only on work load basis as
      determined on the basis of bills raised by the Contractor.

3.5   The Contractor shall be responsible for deduction of the Contributory Provident Fund
      as per the provisions of Employees Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act
      1952 from the wages of his workmen. As such the total P.F deduction amount as per
      schedule submitted by the contractor along with the bill and certified by the
      Corporation’s Personnel dept., will be deducted from the Contractor’s monthly bill
      along with the additional charges/Inspection charges and the same shall be sent to P.F.
      Trust. The Contractor shall submit PF Schedules to the Corporation latest by 5 th of
      every month. The Contractor shall be responsible for maintenance of individual
      accounts of each worker and the same shall be subject to detailed scrutiny by the
      Corporation or by any authorized person. However, matching contribution (employer’s)
      will be paid by the Corporation to the CPF Trust.

3.6   The Corporation reserves the right to terminate the contract without assigning any
      reason by giving normal notice period of one month. However, if situation warrants on
      account of non fulfillment of commitment by the labours/contractor, the contract would
      be terminated with penalty at the discretion of the Corporation and no notice would be
      given in such an event.

3.7   Before settlement of final payment, the contractor has to deposit all statutory records,
      registers, payment sheets in respect of leave with wages, payment of compensation for
      injuries, payment of compensation towards final payment to the labours and any other
      records that may be deemed necessary by the Corporation within Seven (7 days) of the
      completion/termination of contract and final payment would be released subject to
      clearance from Personnel dept.

3.8   Contractor would be held responsible for any indiscipline on the part of the workmen,
      his supervisors and including contractor failing which the Management reserves the
      right to stop/prevent entry of any of the workmen/supervisor of the Contractor without
      assigning any reason thereof and this will not form a cause for loss of output and
      performance of the Contractor.



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3.9    Any item of work can be added or deleted as deemed fit by the Corporation and the
       work load as decided by the Corporation will be binding on the Contractor and his
       workers.


4.0    SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT (PACKING HOUSE OPERATIONS)

4.1    The daily minimum requirement of Cement loading will mainly depend upon the
       availability of wagons/trucks. The Contractor will have to engage labourers according
       to the availability of the carriers and complete the work as directed by the Officer
       Incharge or the representative of the Corporation/Factory authorities.

4.2    Contractor will maintain close liaison with CCI siding and Tandur Station Railway
       authorities to make availability of required wagons and to arrange round the clock
       supervision so that loading is started as soon as wagons are received at CCI siding.
4.3    The wagons are to be loaded and made available for removal from CCI siding within
       the time stipulated by Railways and as per amendments issued by Railways from time
       to time in this regard.

4.4    Payment of Demurrage and wharfage charges occurring due to the negligence of the
       contractor or delay in loading of the wagons shall be debited to the account of the
       Contractor and recovered from monthly Bills

4.5    The payment for the work done shall be made on the basis of the total quantity loaded
       in wagons/trucks and as certified by the Officer In- charge of the Packing Plant. In any
       case payment claimed should not exceed the total dispatches of Cement in a particular
       month.

4.6    The contractor shall pay his labourers on the basis of Minimum wages fixed for Cement
       Industry from time to time on the basis of any award/statutory law in force. Such rates
       shall be payable on the basis of the work loads for such types of work, as fixed by the
       Corporation.

4.7    The Contractor should engage his labourers in such a way that the wagons placed at any
       time may be despatched within the prescribed time limit and any demurrage due to
       delay in loading, unloading will be borne by the Contractor. Loading will be from belt
       or godown or platform as directed by the Corporation. Any loss arising out of failure to
       employ adequate labour will be borne by the contractor.

4.8    The stenciling and branding of bags/screen printing should be done well in advance as
       per instructions of the Officer In-charge and ISI mark, week end number and year
       should be bold and should not be illegible.

4.9    The stenciling of the week end will have to be done in advance on the day of supplying
       the bags for packing.

4.10   The Contractor will be responsible and accountable for the bags delivered to him for
       packing, loading till they are counted and loaded into the trucks/wagons.

4.11   The Contractor must maintain proper records for the allotment of wagons to his workers
       and for Inspection by Factory/Govt. authorities at any time.



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4.12   The Contractor shall be responsible for arranging medical facilities to his workmen.
       Also refer clause 5-iv of Part III-II.

4.13   The Contractor shall be liable for the due observance of all statutory provisions either
       for engagement of labour or otherwise submission of periodical returns and information
       as many as called for by any authority from time to time.

4.14   The Contractor must issue identity cards/tokens to his workers and those who fail to
       produce identity cards at the gate will not be permitted to enter into the Factory.

4.15   No female labour should be allowed to work under this contract.

4.16   The rates as shown in Annexure-V will not be revised during the pendency of this
       contract.

4.17   The Contractor shall either himself supervise the execution of the contract or shall
       appoint Competent agent. The name of the representative(s) of the contractor who
       would be responsible for taking instructions from the Corporation/Factory authorities
       shall be communicated to the Corporation. The Contractor or his authorized capable
       supervisors should always be available at the site. Contractor has to make all
       payments to these Supervisors so engaged and no payment whatsoever shall be
       made by the Corporation to them.

4.18   All lighting arrangements for wagon loading inside the wagons should be made by the
       Contractor, if required.

4.19   In order to ensure proper dispatch of Cement, CCI Officials will be doing check/test
       weighments of the packed bags. It is imperative on behalf of the Contractor to provide
       necessary help in ensuring smooth process of work weighment of the bags and no
       separate payment for this purpose will be given by CCI.

4.20   In case Contractor’s performance is found to be unsatisfactory, Corporation may
       terminate the contract at any time and forfeit S.D., money without assigning any reasons
       thereof or deploy such agency as the Corporation may deem fit at the cost and risk of
       the Contractor with extra expenditure, if any debited to his account.

4.21   The Contractor will ensure minimum time loss during shifts changing period for
       operation of the equipments by arranging labour at the work spot.

4.22   The Contractor shall submit every month latest by 15th of the following month the
       statement showing names of workers along with address, number of days worked and
       wages paid or any other information as required.

4.23   The Contractor has to follow the instructions and directions of the Corporation as and
       when issued by Packing Plant In-charge or his nominees.

4.24   The bales should be staked in proper way in bags godown which can be accounted at
       any time. Unloading of bags/bales from trucks/wagons to be done in a stipulated time,
       otherwise any demurrage/loss will be deducted from Contractor’s bills.




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    4.25   The Contractor shall be responsible for the accounts of bags issued for packing and
           damaged bags/rejected bags and shift wise accounting should be given to Packing Plant
           In-charge or his nominee.

    4.26   Half filled Cement bags should be refilled and loaded after proper checking of weights
           as per Item No.17(a) of work schedule.

    5.0    In the Annexure -V for each item the Contractor should specify the rate.

    6.0    Packer Operator for operation and maintenance of Packer Machine will be provided by
           the Contractor himself. The operator should be skilled enough to do minor adjustment
           of packing machine and changing rubber spout by himself.

    6.1    All spillages not suitable for reprocessing in Packing Plant shall be required to be
           shifted to the point inside the Factory as per the directions of the Packing house In-
           charge. Necessary labour in this connection shall be supplied by the contractor under
           the cleaning item only.

    6.2    All the garbages removed from the wagons during the process of cleaning them, should
           be disposed-off at the suitable place shown by the Packing Plant In-charge/officials. In
           no case it should be allowed to be kept in Railway tracks for a long period.

    6.3    For any typographical error in these tender documents, meaning shall be considered in
           the right perspective by the Contractor.

                                            For CEMENT CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD


                                                     ADDL.GENERAL MANAGER(MECH)



SIGNATURE OF THE TENDERER
       WITH SEAL




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CCI-TANDUR.           PART-III SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS - II

1) The Contractor shall obtain licence from the appropriate authority for employing minimum 210 contract
labourers under the provisions of Contract Labour (R&A)Act,1970. The licence should be produced to the
Corporation before commencement of work. The contractor shall not employ manpower in excess of the
number for which licence has been obtained/granted during the tenure of the contract.

2). The Contractor shall be responsible for the observance of all the provisions of Contract
Labour(R&A)Act,1970 and maintain all the records as per the said Act and shall produce them for Inspection
by the Corporation officials/Govt .Inspecting officials appointed under the Act.

3) The Contractor shall pay wages and benefits to his workmen as per the recommendations of the Board of
Arbitration for Cement Industry in force or as amended from time to time duly taking care of the changes in
Variable Dearness Allowance in every quarter. Any increase in Variable Dearness Allowance will be added
to the basic wage structure linked to piece rate i.e., of ‘E’ Grade. Such increase in V.D.A., shall be made
good by the Corporation on production of necessary records connected thereto to appropriate authority of the
Corporation. The increases in the fringe benefits etc. as provided by the Wage Board shall also be admissible
to such of the workers of the contractor eligible for Wage Board benefits.

4)The following facilities have to be extended to the Packing Plant Contract Labour by the Contractor.
i) Dust Allowance: Supply of 20 grams of oil and 60 grams of Jaggery per day to each worker and
the same shall be paid to the Contractor by the Corporation on the basis of attendance, as in case of
permanent employees of Cement Wage Board, on production of necessary attendance and other documents
by the Contractor. This shall not be included as an element in the rate/contractor’s margin.

ii) All contract labour are entitled to two pairs of terricot uniform per year subject to the condition that
contract labour has to put in 150 days of attendance in the previous calendar year before he is given the
uniform.The uniform so supplied by the Contractor to his employees shall be paid by the Corporation. The
cost and quality of the uniform shall be the same as given to the permanent workmen or alternatively the
contractor may give/request to the Corporation that uniform cloth which may be given to him by the
Corporation and he will in turn submit to the Corporation acknowledged distribution list of the uniform
given to his contract labour who are eligible for the same. It will not be included as an element in the
rate/contractor’s margin.

iii)   All safety gadgets such as, helmets, respirators/masks or marking cloth(one metre every month )
shall be provided by the Contractor to each worker and the cost thereof shall be paid by the Corporation.

iv)         One pair of shoes every year in accordance with the specifications laid in the policy of the
Corporation and one rain coat once in five years as laid down in the policy of the Corporation, to each
contract labour shall be supplied by the Contractor on the following conditions:

a) Contract labour has to put in not less than 150 days attendance in the previous year for becoming
eligible for the same .
b) The contractor shall maintain a register for this purpose in which the acknowledgement from the
worker for having received the shoes and raincoat shall be recorded.

c ) The Contractor shall issue the above items to the eligible contract labours only and shall be paid
by the Corporation on production of necessary records. He may be paid administrative charges for
procurement of all such items under Clause 4,5 & 6 on production of actual documents amounting to
not more than 5% of procurement cost by CCI of the Procurement of shoes uniform and rain coat may be



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done by the Company and may be given to the contractor in which case the procurement charges of
5% shall not be admissible to the contractor.


5) The Contractor will also provide the following benefits to his workmen.

i).Conveyance allowance: Rs.975/- per month linked with attendance to each worker shall be given by the
Contractor and the same shall be paid by the Corporation. Any increase awarded by the Cement Wage
Board/Arbitration Agreements to the Wage Board Concerned employees shall also be admissible for such
eligible workers of the Contractor. It will not be included as an element in the rate/contractor’s
margin.

ii).Shift allowance: Re.1/- per night linked with attendance as per Arbitration Award,1983. The
eligibility to be given to such labourers who perform duty in the shift after midnight for the shift
they attended the duty. This will also cover the workers who will be working for full shift. The same
will be paid to the Contractor by the Corporation on production of necessary documents/records. It
will not be included as an element in the rate/contractor’s margin.

iii)Washing allowance: The Contractor shall pay Rs.35/- per month to his workmen as Washing allowance
and the same shall be paid by the Corporation to the Contractor on production of records. It will not
be included as an element in the rate/Contractor’s margin.

iv)Medical facilities: Available Medical facilities to the contract labour for self only will be provided in
the CCI Dispensary. No payment of any medicines shall be made to the contractor by CCI if a reference
is made to the outside Doctor. No payment for the purchase of medicine or consultation whatsoever will be
given by the Corporation to the Contractor. It will not be included as an element in the rate/Contractor’s
margin.

v) Periodical allowance of Rs. 235/- per month shall be paid to all the Contract labours of this Packing Plant
comes under Wage Board linked with attendance.

vi) Additional allowance of Rs. 215/- per month shall be paid to all the Contract labours of Packing plant
comes under the Wage Board , linked with attendance.

vii) The Contractor will pay HRA @ Rs.125/- per month or as applicable to wage Board employees to the
eligible workers of the Packing plant in case they put in minimum 15 days attendance during he month for
those who fail to put in minimum 15 days attendance, the same shall be paid on proportionate basis.

viii) The Contractor shall pay L.T.A., @ Rs.8,400/-(Rupees Eight thousand Four hundred only)per year
to all his labour whoever completes 150 days attendance in that year. For those labour who do not
put in minimum 150 days attendance, L.T.A., shall be paid proportionately @ Rs.700/-P.M.,linked with
attendance. This will be paid to the contractor by the Corporation on production of necessary
documents and records. It will not be included as an element in the rate/Contractor’s margin. Any
increase in LTA will also be paid.

ix) The Contractor will pay CEA @ Rs.450/- per montoh or as applicable to the Wage Board employees to
the eligible workers of Packing plant in case they put in minimum 15 days attendance during the month for
those who fails to put in minimum 15 days attendance, the same shall be paid on proportionate basis. The
same shall be paid by the Corporation to the Contractor on production of relevant records and documents.
This will not be included as an element in the rate / Contractor’s margin.



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6)The Gratuity as per payment of Gratuity Act shall be reimbursed to the contractor on production of
details of having made such payment to the eligible contract labour.

7) Payment of Bonus as per the provision of the Payment of Bonus Act 1972 shall be made to the eligible
Contract labours. This will be paid to the contractor on production of necessary documents.

8) i) The Contractor shall be responsible to pay compensation under the Workmen’s Compensation
Act,1923 to such of the workmen who may suffer injuries/death due to accident while on duty.

 ii) The contractor shall take Insurance policy from any of the General Insurance Companies for his
workmen under Workmen’s Compensation Act,1923 and produce the same to the Corporation within 15
days of award of contract.

9) The Contractor shall be responsible for due observance of all provisions of Factories Act in
respect of workmen employed by him and maintain all the records and registers as per the Act.

10) i) The Contractor shall grant 07(Seven)days Casual leave per year (from January to December) to
his workmen as per the provisions of Arbitration Award. The Corporation shall make good the
wages to the Contractor for the Casual leave taken by the contract labour. The basis of payment to
the contractor will be the same as in the case of ordinarily taken for National/Festival holidays and for
other purpose. The amount shall be paid by the Corporation, on production of necessary documents and
records. It will not be included as an element in the rate/Contractor’s margin.

ii) The Contractor shall allow 12(Twelve) days Medical Leave per year (from January to December) to
his workmen on production of necessary Medical certificate and the Corporation shall pay the same
to him for disbursement.

iii) The Contractor shall grant Earned leave as per the Factories Act and as per the existing practice
and agreement with the Union to those who put in minimum 150 days of clear working days in the
preceeding calendar year i.e., one day for every 20 days of actual working, during the next calendar
year. This will be paid by the Corporation to the contractor on production of necessary records and
documents. It will not be included as an element in the rate/Contractor’s margin.

iv) The Contractor shall grant/ paid 08(Eight)days National/Public holidays per year(from January to
December)to his workmen as announced by the Corporation. For this purpose, payment shall be
calculated at the minimum of ‘E’ Grade of Wage Board and that for the Packer operators shall be at
the minimum of ‘C’ Grade of Wage Board. The amount shall be claimed by the Contractor from the
Corporation on production of necessary documents and records. It will not be included as an
element in the rate/Contractor’s margin.

11)Contractor should issue pay slips showing earnings/deductions made to every workmen whenever
wages are paid.

12)The payment by the Contractor to his workmen should be made in the presence of
Official/authorized representative of Personnel and Administration Deptt. The Contractor should
maintain all records such as, wages records etc., in accordance with the payment of Wages Act,
Contributory Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act,1952, Workmen’s Compensation
Act,1923 etc. He has to procure licence under the Inter State Migrant Workmen(RECS)Act,1979 and
maintain all records in this regard.



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He should produce all the records whenever asked for Inspection by any visiting Govt. Official or by
the Personnel & Administration Deptt. In the event of non-production of correctly maintained
records, the Corporation shall have the right to terminate the contract, forfeit the Security Deposit
and may make payment of his workmen directly from the Running bills at the risk and cost of the
Contractor. For such termination one month notice shall be given by the Corporation.

13)The contract workers working in the Packing plant are workmen of the Contractor. It will be his
responsibility to ensure that all benefits mentioned in this contract are percolated down to his
workmen. In the event of any work stoppage on account of any problem regarding benefits or
otherwise he must ensure that Packing plant keeps on running by replacing workers or bringing in
fresh workers etc. Under no circumstances, any work stoppage should occur. He will pay for any
loss incurred by the Corporation on this account if any.

14)The Contractor will directly discuss with his worker or workers union, if any, on matters pertaining
to their grievances and problems. Contractor should ensure that relations with his workmen are
peaceful and harmonious.

15)The Contractor is responsible for compliance of all statutory requirements and all labour
enactments as applicable to this Establishment, in respect of workmen employed by him.

16)In the event if the Contractor fails to pay and provide to his workmen wages and welfare
facilities as per Law/Rules/instructions of the Corporation or in accordance with this contract, the
Corporation may dispose-off such cases paying directly and such amount will be deducted from his
running bills/Security deposit etc

17) The Contractor shall get the character and antecedents verified of all the workmen employed by
him through CCI within three months from the date of issue of LOI/Work Order from the concerned
District authorities and shall issue proper Identity card with photograph duly signed by him with seal
or his authorized agents signature which are subject to check by the Security officials of the Factory at
the Main Gate while allowing them to work etc.

18)The Contractor shall be responsible for proper observance of discipline by all the workmen
employed by him. Any damage caused by any worker shall be deducted from the bill of the
Contractor.

19) No payment shall be made to the Contractor by the Corporation unless a certificate of payment
having been made in the previous month in the presence of authorized representative of P&A Deptt., is
appended with the Running bill. The representative of P&A Deptt.,will also certify that the
disbursement of wages is done in his presence, in the payment of wages register maintained by the
Contractor .

20) In case the implementation of any of the above conditions is violated or obstructed or pro-
erastinated by the Contractor, the Management shall impose penalty as deemed fit by them or with-
hold the running bills or Security deposit.

21)The canteen subsidy as granted to the Corporation employees shall be availed by the Packing
plant Contractor for his workmen and shall not be included in the rate/contractor’s margin. The
canteen subsidy is given to canteen contractor which shall be utilized by the Packing plant Contractor
by allowing his contract labour for the consumption of subsidized canteen eatables as per the laid



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down rules and instructions specified from time to time. The rates of subsidized canteen eatables
shall be prescribed as per instructions/rules from time to time.
In addition to this, the Packing plant Contractor will contribute a sum of Rs.1,000/-per month
towards the recurring welfare facility of canteen. The same shall be deducted from the running bills
and handed over by the Company to the Canteen contractor.

22)Any of the Contractor’s worker creating indiscipline or committing any act detrimental to the
interest of Corporation shall be subject to “gate bandi”. In case it is found that Packing plant
contract labours have not paid for the canteen items consumed by them, the same shall be recovered
from the Running bills of the contractor and the workers acting in such a manner shall be subject to
“gate bandi”(not allowing to enter the premises of the Factory).

23)In case the Contractor replaces or debars a worker from entering the Factory he shall give in
writing to the Security officer/Management/Executing Department for information.


24) Any slow down, concerted stoppage of work or derelection of duty or concerted refusal to work
by the workmen of the contractor which in turn cause loss and damage to the Corporation shall
tantamount to non-fulfillment of conditions of the contract on the part of the Contractor and the
Corporation in such situation reserves the right to terminate the contract without any notice or
engage another agency at the risk and cost of the contractor. The expenditure on this account shall
be deducted from the bills of the Contractor and if there are no bills running or pending, from the
future bills/Security deposit etc.

25) The above Special Terms and Conditions are subject to change as per the change in the
statues/notifications/office orders/Corporate Policy directions etc., forming part of tender documents.

26) The payment of wages to Packer operator as per Grade ‘C’ of the Wage Board is to be quoted
on regular basis i.e., 26 days working in a month. This amount of expenditure shall be reimbursed to
the Contractor by the Corporation on production of necessary rercords to Personnel and Administrative
Department through Mechanical Department. Contractor shall quote his margin separately on this
amount of expenditure. If these Packer operator do not have Packing operator’s job, they will be
utilized for any other alternative jobs on such day. The Packer operators shall work for 08 hours in
each shift and if they do not put in 08 hours work, proportionate deduction will be made from their
wages.


27)The Contractor shall not alter the terms of payment to any contract labour since it will result
into long-drawn Industrial problems. If the Corporation comes to know that the Contractor has done
so with any one or any group of contract labours, the contract shall be liable to be terminated
forthwith.

28) If the Packer operator or any contract labour does not turn-up for duty within 15 minutes of the
commencement of shifts, the Contractor shall make alternative arrangement in his place from the
existing labours and difference of wages between the two kinds of labour, if any, shall be paid to
the persons actually doing the job. The absentee contract labour shall not be paid wages for that day.

29) All allowances and fringe benefits Bonus, Gratuity, Leave benefits etc. paid are not counted for
commission calculations to Contractor except where specifically mentioned that Contractor may charge
procurement charges. They shall not be included as an element in rate/Contractor’s margin.



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30) The contract is on piece rate basis and payment also will be on that basis to the contract labours
except in the case of Packer operators(12 in number)and Silo attendants(03 in number). The number of
such Packer operators or Silo attendants shall not be increased by the Contractor and the work will
be carried on smoothly by replacement arrangements, if required.

31)The Contractor shall not deviate from any terms of payment of wages or perks,. provided in the
contract except as specifically provided for such deviation.

32)The Contractor shall ensure that in each shift there are four loading gangs consisting of 12 loaders
for wagon loading and if in any gang 12 persons are not available, he should call people from other
gang to ensure 12 people in each gang. However, for truck loading, loaders as per requirement
intimated by Packing plant In charge shall only be engaged. In any case, the loading of wagons/trucks
shall not suffer on account of shortage of manpower. The contractor shall ensure a minimum of
1,200 tonnes loading in shift whenever wagons/trucks are available. If the loading is not done when
wagons/trucks are available at this rate, the Contractor shall be liable to be penalized to the extent
of Rs.1,000/- per shift in all cases of short-fall.

33)The Contractor shall issue an Identity card to each workmen along with photograph.

34) In case of dis-investment takes place during the contract period, the contract will be terminated
with one month’s notice.

35) The Contractor shall indemnify the Corporation from all liabilities.

36) The Contractor shall enter into agreement on a non-judicial stamp paper of requisite value within
   a month and before releasing the first RA Bill..

37) In the event of negotiations, only downward revision of rates will be allowed. Any change in
Techno-commercial terms as agreed earlier will not be permitted at this stage. Hence, any qualifying
remarks in the Price bid revised/negotiated offer will not be entertained.


                                          for CEMENT CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.,.


                                                       ADDL.GENERAL MANAGER(MECH)




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                                 CEMENT CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
                                      TANDUR CEMENT FACTORY

                         “FOR PACKING PLANT OPERATIONS” OF CCI TANDUR

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                                                                            ANNEXURE – V

TENDER NO:TCF/MECH/07/3099/2009                                     PRICE BID DATE : 25.06.09

                                                                          PER    CONTRACTORS
S.NO. DESCRIPTION OF WORK                    WORK LOAD       UNIT       MONTH COMMISSION TO BE
                                                                       TENTATIVE QUOTED
                                                                       QUANTITY
  1)                     2)                       3)          4)            5)         6)          7)
                                                                                        IN
                                                                                                IN WORDS
                                                                                     FIGURES
                                                                                       I)          II)
 01)   Unloading, stacking in accountable
       position and allied works connected
       with the receipt of bags.
       a) Gunny bags (500 bags per bale)       33 Bales    Per Bale     3000 Bales
       b) HDPE Bags (500 bags per bale)       300 Bales     Per Bale    3000 Bales
       c) Paper bags (250 bags per bale)      133 Bales     Per Bale    6000 Bales
 02)   Sorting of bags
                                                           Per 1000
       a) Gunny bags                          4000 Bags
                                                              Bags
                                                            per 1000
       b) HDPE Bags                           4000 Bags                14400 Bags
                                                              Bags
                                                            Per 1000
       c) Paper bags                          4000 Bags
                                                              Bags

 03)   a) Branding of ISI Mark month and
       week and number of Gunny
                                                           Per 1000
       bags/Polyjute bags including supply    6000 Bags
                                                            Bags
       of good quality ink and writing
       material by the Contractor.
       b) Branding of ISI Mark month and                   Per 1000     12,50,000
                                              10000 Bags
       week and number on HDPE bags                         Bags          Bags



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      including supply of good quality
      branding ink and writing material
      etc., by the Contractor.
      c) Branding of ISI Mark month and
      week and number on Paper bags
                                                           Per 1000
      including supply of good quality        7500 Bags
                                                             Bags
      branding ink and writing material
      etc., by the Contractor.
      d) Additional branding (as per                       Per 1000     1250000
                                              10000 Bags
      Sl.No.3(b)                                             Bags        Bags
04)   Screen printing is tobe done manually
      by the Contractor on Gunny bags and
      has to supply the screens/stencils as
      desired by CCI (Gunny bales to be
                                                           Per 1000
      shifted from our godown to branding     1000 Bags               1,50,000 Bags
                                                            Bags
      area and bags to be opened, printed
      and stacked in multiples of 20 bags
      are to be returned back to godown, if
      required).
05)   Shifting of Branded bags from
      godown to Packer machine floor.
                                                           Per 1000
      a) Gunny bags / Polyjute bags           5500 Bags                     --
                                                             Bags
                                                           Per 1000     12,50,000
      b) HDPE Bags                            12000 Bags
                                                             Bags         Bags
                                                           Per 1000
      c) Paper bags                           9000 Bags                     --
                                                             Bags


06)   Supply of branded bags from Packer
      Machine Floor to Packer Machine
      Table.
      a) Gunny bags / Polyjute bags           6000 Bags    Per 1000
                                                             Bags
      b) HDPE Bags                            9000 Bags    Per 1000     12,50,000
                                                             Bags         Bags
      c) Paper Bags                                        Per 1000
                                              9000 Bags
                                                             Bags
07)   Loading of packed bags from belt
      which including shifting of chutes as
      and when wherever required.
      (Starting and stopping o belt also)

      a) To closed wagons                       35 MT      Per MT      32500 MT


      b)To Trucks                               50 MT      Per MT      15000 MT

      c) To trucks from Wagon loading
                                                35 MT      Per MT       5000 MT
      platforms.

      d) To Open Wagons                         30 MT      Per MT     10000      MT




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08)   Test check weighment of packed bags
      (10% of packed bags) including
      cleaning of down hopper, packing
      machines, Chutes shifting, operation
                                                   20 MT         Per MT     6250 MT
      of feed valves etc. All Registers/books
      and writing material to be supplied
      by the Contractor for proper records
      keeping.
      a) Test/Check weighment of packed
      bags including adjustment of nozzles,
      weights and proper records keeping
      weightage – 51 % of main activity.
      b) Complete cleaning of inside,
      outside and surrounding areas of
      Packer Machines, spillage hoppers
      and its jam removal. Weightage 32%
      of main activity.
      c) Bags diverting chutes shifting, jam
      removal of chutes, common belts and
      opening and closing of feed valves as
      and when required. Weightage 17%
      of main activity.
09)   Diversion of Packed bags including
      all common belts complete coming
                                                  125 MT         Per MT     62500 MT
      from Packing Machine to loading
      point.
10)   Lifting of spillage Cement from the
      bottom of silos, outside screw               05 MT         Per MT     1000 MT
      conveyors, bucket elevators.


11)   Opening of wagon doors, cleaning of
      wagons, closing the wagon doors
      including revetting after loading and
      loading the same pasting water proof
      compounds including bulk loading.
                                                                  Per        1041.60
      a) 08 Wheeler wagons                       08 Wagons
                                                                 Wagon       Wagons
                                                                  Per         555.55
      b)04 Wheeler wagons                        14 Wagons
                                                                 Wagon       Wagons
      c) Open wagons 08 Wheeler wagons-
      opening of the doors cleaning of
                                                 14 Wagons      Per Wagon
      wagons, closing the doors after
      putting water proof compound.
      d) Covering the Open/Box Wagons
      with tarpaulins (big size 16x5 MTs)
      as per requirement and tieing with        1. 5 Wagons     Per Wagon   22Wagons
      ropes (tarpaulins and rope will be
      supplied by CCI)
      e) Unloading of tarpaulins (big size -
                                                                   Per
      16 x 5 Mts) from truck and stacking       33 Tarpaulins
                                                                Tarpaulin
      the same in Packing Plant godown.
      f) Bulk loading/loading of loose                             Per
                                                  225 MT
      cement into wagons from Silo                                 MT



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12)   Pushing of empty wagons manually
      for placement before the chute
      removal of loaded wagons from the
      Chute for facilitating placement of
      empties whenever CCI Loco Engine
      is under break down.
                                                               Per
      a) For 08 Wheeler wagons                  12 Wagons
                                                              Wagon
                                                               Per
      b) For 04 Weeler wagons                   24 Wagons
                                                              Wagon
13)   a)Head load/Manual loading of
      HDPE filled cement bags from                                       22 M
      wagon loading platform, gallery,                                      T
      truck loading area and anywhere in
      Packing Plant premises upto the lead
      of 30 Metres, into wagons/trucks.           22 MT        MT      450 MT

      b) Segregation and Stacking of
      Packed HDPE good condition cement
      filled bags that fall from belt
      conveyors located in various places of
      Packing Plant.                              24 MT        MT      300 MT

14)   Supply of labourers of following
      grades of Cement wage board for
      miscellaneous jobs (as per
      requirements).
                                                 Actual
                                                               Per      360
      a) "C” Grade                             WBSalary per
                                                              Manday   Mandays
                                                  day
                                                                         150
      b) "E" Grade                                - do -       -do-
                                                                       Mandays
15)   Loading of bags/bales in trucks/
      wagons if required for transfer to
      other CCI Units.
                                                               Per
      a) Gunny bags                              33 Bales
                                                               Bale
                                                               Per
      b)HDPE Bags                                150 Bales
                                                               Bale
                                                               Per
      c)Paper bags                               133 Bales
                                                               Bale
16)   Unloading of filled Cement bags from
      wagons/trucks, if required and
                                                               Per
      stacking properly or re-loading the        30 MT                 100 MT
                                                               MT
      same into trucks placed by the side of
      the wagons, if required.
17)   a) Handling filling and stacking of
      bags after weighing of each bag to the
      extent of 50 Kgs., on loading
      platform, truck loading areas packer,       04 MT       Per MT   350 MT
      floor, common belts and gallery belt
      conveyors belt including 10%
      weighment or fixed bags.




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       b) Putting bags on belt conveyors of         22 MT        Per MT     350 MT
       Packer floor, common belts and
       gallery belts
                                                Labour
                                                supply(600 Nos
       Overall cleaning of Packing plant
18)                                             maxm/month        Per
       area (labour supply as and when                                      600 Nos.
                                                Labour of A.P.   Labour
       required by CCI)
                                                Govt . Minimum
                                                wages).
       NB: 1) The rate quoted doesnot
       include Silo extraction and packer
       operator.
           2) Rate quoted should be exclusive
       of allowances and fringe benefits like
       CPF, LTA , Dust allowance, Uniform,
       shoes, Rain coat, Conveyance
       allowance(Cycle allowance ) Shift
       allowance, washing allowance,
       Children Education allowance,
       Casual and Earned leave, HRA,
       Wages to Packer operators etc, etc.,




DATE


                                                                           SIGNATURE OF TENDER
                                                                              ISSUING OFFICER
       SIGNATURE OF THE TENDERER
              WITH SEAL


                                                                          ADDL. GEN. MGR (MECH)




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