1 KERALA VETERINARY AND ANIMAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY (KVASU) Office of the Vice Chancellor Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Directorate of Dairy Development Pattom, Trivandrum-695 004 INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) For the Empanelment of Architects/Architectural Firms for Design and Engineering 1. No. of EOI : KVASU/LO/TVM/102/2011 2. Date of publication of EOI : 01/06/2011 3. Closing Date for Submission of EOI : 30/07/2011 2 1. Description Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (KVASU) intends to empanel firms for procuring comprehensive services for the complete Architectural Master Planning and detailed Architectural design and Engineering Services of its campuses across the state. Interested firms having experience in the services envisaged above are hereby invited to submit their Expression of Interest in the prescribed proforma. The completed EOI documents should be submitted in sealed cover with a processing fee of Rs. 5000/- drawn as DD in favour of KVASU before the closing date and time of submission to: Sri. Isaac Thayyil, Officer-on-Special Duty, Office of the Vice Chancellor, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Directorate of Dairy Development, Pattom, Trivandrum-695 004. Telephone: 0471 2550058 Fax: 0471 2550480 2. Background Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (KVASU) was established in December, 2010, as a full-fledged University, offering education, research and extension services in the field of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. Head Quartered in Pookot, Wayanad, in the State of Kerala, KVASU has its academic programs organized into three colleges – (1) College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Mannuthy (2) College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Pookote, (3) College of Dairy Sciences and Technology, Mannuthy; and Research Stations, Veterinary Hospitals and Farms in different parts of Kerala. KVASU also has Research Stations, Veterinary Hospitals and Farms all across Kerala. The University offers Under Graduate, Post Graduate, (Diploma, Doctoral and Certificate) Training Programmes in various disciplines of Veterinary and Animal Sciences and Dairy Sciences. The University is considerably expanding its mandate from Financial Year 2011-12. 3. Scope of Work Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (KVASU) propose to modernize its campuses across the state with ‘state of the art’ infrastructural and scientific facilities catering to the next 20 years development needs. Proposed zones in the campus must be planned in an integrated manner to result in aesthetically appealing, nature friendly, energy efficient, functionally stable & green campus. Planning and design of building & infrastructural facilities need to meet best practice standards in ecologically sustainable design resulting in more efficient use of energy, water and other natural resources and make the campus eco-friendly and also fully accessible for physically challenged persons. The consultant is required to prepare and submit conceptual drawings consisting of layout plan, elevations, sections and perspective in the scale of 1:100 along with computer generated 3-D image of the buildings with ‘walk through’ technique. The consultant shall submit a CD containing the proposed building plans and services. The scope of consultancy work shall also include the planning, designing, preparing preliminary as well as detailed working drawings, construction drawings & completion plans along with estimates, Bill of quantities (BOQ) of the following: 3 1. Architectural 2. Civil 3. Structural 4. Electrical Installations and Substation 5. Sanitary, drainage and water supply including pump sets 6. Lifts with machine room 7. HVAC Central Air conditioning or any other suitable Air conditioning system. 8. Fire fighting system including fire pumps, sprinklers. 9. Non wet fire fighting system 10. Smoke detection and fire alarm system 11. Landscaping and Gardening 12. Landscape lighting and garden lighting 13. DG set 14. Electrical power distribution 15. Various building automation services such as CCTV system, Public Address and Conferencing system, External cleaning, UPS, Audio Visual system, Building Management System, Access Control system, security systems etc. necessary for an office building. 16. Interior & Furnishing including loose furniture, workstations etc., 17. Structural glazing, Alco paneling etc. 18. Façade access system 19. Rain water harvesting system 20. Solar power pack and solar water heating and lighting system. 21. Environmental study and report – if required 22. Sewerage treatment plant 23. Water treatment plant 24. Green building features to the extent possible. 25. Any other services / systems as may be found necessary for functional requirement of the building. The Consultant shall engage the services of well qualified Specialists or sub consultants pertaining to the above services and coordinate with them. The fees to the sub consultants appointed for the above services shall be payable by the consultant, within the overall approved fee payable to the consultant by the University including expenses incurred by the sub consultants towards site / office / market visits required in connection with the project. No extra payments would be committed by the University to sub consultants, if used. The consultant shall also be responsible for all the work, action, and omissions of such sub consultants. However, these specialists / sub consultants would be engaged by the consultant, only after obtaining prior approval of the Authorised Officer of the University. During the course of consultancy, the consultant would be required to interact with the client for which nothing extra shall be payable. If visit(s) out of the state of Kerala are required for attending any meeting on request of the Authorised Officer of the University, economy class to & fro air fare and Rs.1000/- per day per person as incidental charges will be paid by the University. The scope of work of any of the above items may be deleted by the University at its sole discretion and the decision of the University will be final in this regard. The design shall be based on National Code of practice and design norms and other sound Engineering practices. The structural analysis shall be done using structural Engineering software as approved by the Authorised Officer of the University. Two sets of approved design calculation of civil, electrical and all other services shall be submitted to the Authorised Officer of the University for proper proof-checking. 4. General Schema of selection The general schema of selection of the consultant will be as follows: a. Stage I – Empanelment by short listing eligible firms based on eligibility criteria vide section 6 of EOI using score vide section 9. 4 b. Stage II – Inviting short listed firms to develop Technical Bid along with documents and requisite fee and financial bids for all identified items in the master plan of a chosen campus. The Technical Bid is the completed design submitted as desired. c. Stage III – Evaluation of Master Plan submitted by an expert panel which will comprise nationally acclaimed /reputed experts who grade it out of 100 marks on criteria fixed prior to grading and approved by the University. d. Stage IV – Using the score given to each design, by the expert committee, the designs are weighed at 70 along with financial bid weighed at 30 (lowest equated to 30/30) in quality cum cost basis. e. Stage V – The winning firm will be awarded to design all structures/infrastructure upon conclusion of legal agreement with University within time frame mutually agreed. 5. Aim & objective 1 (i) The aim of the empanelment is to shortlist suitable reputed Architectural and Engineering design consultancy firms for participation in a design competition for preparing a master plan for the overall development of the university and for providing architectural concept, architectural-engineering designs required for the construction of ‘state-of-art’ Campus. (ii) The Architect/Architectural firm whose provisional Architectural concept & design is finally selected by a panel of experts constituted by the University shall be finalized as the Architectural Consultants to the University for providing Comprehensive Architectural Design Consultancy Services according to the new master plan. The empanelment by itself does not guarantee appointment as final Design architect and award of such final contract. 2. The short listed firms will have to provide the following services: • Updating the Master plan by locating the new facilities and future needs. • Conceptual Building plans / perspective-3D views, ‘walk through’ technique etc. • Detail Planning / Design of the new buildings and site development. • Revamping the water supply network and sewerage/drainage systems. • Envisaging and Designing energy-efficient Electrical fittings / fixtures • Electronic, communication, acoustics. • Fire detection, fire protection, fire fighting system etc. • Building automation services and in campus transport. • Gardening and Landscaping. • Interior Design & works. • LAN, Communication and Audio Visual facilities. • Functional requirements of its occupants complete with interaction areas for intermingling of various groups, core facilities, cafeteria etc. Overall design must ensure access of differentially-abled individuals addressed as a separate chapter in the submission. 6. Specific Objectives • Updating of Campus Master Layout Plan (Restructuring various zones in view of the additional facilities required) as stated by the University. • Design and Detailing of the various internal and external services related to Architecture & Structural planning. • Application of energy efficient Green Building Concepts in the New Building Design. • Design of additional Roads, Footpaths, Pathways, Street Lighting, Entry Gate(s) etc. • Construction of new buildings, international guest house with continental facility, convention hall, utility center, cafeteria, buildings for various Teaching departments, Laboratory complex, sports complex, 5 Academic Staff College, Guest house, school building, boundary wall, transit hostel, Staff quarters, hostel complexes with accommodation for physically challenged etc. • Construction of academic and research complexes. • Renovation of existing staff quarters and construction of new staff quarters. • Incorporation of Building Automation, Communication, Hi-Tech fire safety/ Security System etc. • Interior designing and Furnishing Works for new facilities. • Horticulture, Landscaping. • Integrated Water supply / distribution system & overhead storage tanks for the campus • Underground Sewerage system for the campus. • Combined water & waste water treatment plant. • Solid Waste Disposal facility. • Water harvesting in all the new structures & the existing structures. • Water bodies and water conservation designs. • Solar lighting, Wind /Bio-gas based facilities & heating designs with a view for conserving energy. (List is only indicative) Proposed Zones The campuses generally comprise of: 1. Academic Zone: Comprising Academic Buildings, Administrative offices, Laboratories, Library, Computer Centre, Auditorium, Central Store, Canteen, and Workshops. 2. Residential Zone: Accommodation for staff and faculty, Guest House, Vice Chancellor Bungalow etc. 3. Hostel Zone and Campus amenities: Hostels, Play Grounds, Community Centre, Recreational Centre, Small Amphitheatre, Gymnasium, Sports Complex, Student Activity Centre, Food Court, Bank Extension counters, ATM etc. 4. Services Zone: Advanced Security, Power Back-up System, Internal roads with bright lanes, Watch Tower, Water distribution & Treatment Plant, WiFi network, Solid & waste water disposal facility etc. 5. Production Zone: Instructional Farms for dairy, poultry, piggery etc. Dairy plant, Meat processing plant, Food processing units etc 6. Scenic Zone: Lush green lawns with flower beds, ponds etc 7. Qualifying criteria The interested firm should meet the following eligibility/prequalification criteria before submitting their proposals as EOI response: Essential Criteria (i) The consultant firm should have at least 15 (Fifteen) years’ post qualification experience in institutional architectural design. (ii) The consultant should have internationally or nationally recognized expertise and specialty practice in higher education institutional design for Universities, research institutions etc. Preference will be given to firms that demonstrate continued excellence through design awards and other industry-wide recognitions for distinction in design, planning and sustainable architecture in the higher education sector at national/International level. 6 (iii)Architect/Consultant involved in the project should be registered with the Indian Institute of Architects/Council of Architecture, India. All legal/professional regulation must be complied with. (iv) Information about the organization along with names & details of various services available in house or Participant Associates to whom job is proposed to be assigned & names of Key personnel to be associated with, their qualifications & experience in relevant formats as indicated in the document. (v) Experience in undertaking at-least three major institutional design projects for Universities/Government/Semi- Government /Government Undertaking / Government Autonomous Bodies/Reputed Private firms etc. having financial outlay of at least 100 crores in each case. (vi)The applicant should have sound financial position during the last five years proven by relevant Income Tax documents. (vii) The applicant should not be under active prosecution for criminal offence, liquidation, court receivership or similar proceedings. 8. General Guidelines a) Applications for empanelment must be submitted in proforma as attached to EOI with all the required details. b) Two sets must be submitted, of all documents, the first set with name of the firm in all documents and second set without any mention of name of the firm. (Left blank where asked in proforma) c) Late applications will not be accepted. d) The University reserves the right to reject all or any of the EOIs received without assigning reasons. e) Any dispute shall be redressed with jurisdiction at Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, only. 9. Mandatory Documents a) Duly signed Expression of Interest b) Company profile with Certificate Form, List of any three agreement document/ letter of information showing the work award from clients/Work Orders for Institutional Projects and letter showing successful completion of the projects c) Annual report of last three years d) Audited accounts of last three years and Income Tax statements e) Details of relevant experience in the last three years (Awards & Recognitions received by the firm shall be cited) 7 f) Short CVs of the key personnel to be associated with the project g) Contact information – website, e mail, mobile numbers and land phone numbers 10. Evaluation Criteria Expression of Interest will be evaluated on their responsiveness to the above requirements based on the following criteria: Organization ……………………………………………… 25 Points i) Organization set up & Office Locations (5 Points) ii) In house Service for Assignment (10 Points) iii) Associates consortia members related to the Assignment and their Experience, Format – IV (5 Points) iv) No. of technical persons available in-house as evidenced by their Curriculum Vitae (5 Points) d. Experience……………………………………………… 50 Points i) Experience in similar institutional projects completed during last ten years (25 Points) ii) Performance Report/Client Certificates (15 Points) iii) Previous experience with State Govt. / Central Govt. (5 Points) iv) Experience, expertise, and past performance in Ecologically sustainable, energy efficient design projects (5 Points) e. Financial Capability ………………………………… 25 Points i) Average annual Net profit after taxes (15 Points) ii) Income Tax paid (last 3 years) (5 Points) f. Suitability to project goals and vision (5 points) Total ……………………………………………… 100 POINTS Expressions of Interest scoring of at least seventy percentage (70%) and above will be treated as pre qualified for the second stage of the project. Note: Please note that no Financial Bid is to be submitted at the 1st stage (EOI). Successful firms alone will be separately called upon to develop a Master Plan of one or more chosen campuses and present it before an Expert Panel. Thereafter, only the successful firm/firms shall be called upon to offer financial bids separately in phase II. The overall empanelment and award process takes place according to the tentative schedule. 1. Advertisement for the empanelment (open for 45 days) 2. Evaluation by panel of experts from 1 (30 days) 3. Short list published from 2 (2 days) 4. Invitation to submit detailed design of designated campus from 3 (30 days) 5. Design window from 4 (60 days) 6. Evaluation of design from 5 (15 days) 8 7. Ranking of succeeding firms from 6 (2 days) (Evaluation criteria to be fixed by empowered committee To be constituted for the purpose) 8. Opening of Financial Bid from 7 (2 days) 9. Identification of winning firms from 8 (2 days) 10. Contract to be finalized with winning firm after legal examination from 9 (15 days) Total 203 days 9 INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST DOCUMENT FOR PREQUALIFICATION AND EMPANELMENT OF ARCHITECTS/ARCHITECTURAL FIRMS E.O.I. Notice No.: FORMAT - I LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL FROM: To The authorised officer of the University Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University SUBJECT: Submission of EOI from Architects / Architectural firms Sir, Having examined the details given in EOI Notice and EOI document for the above project, I/we hereby submit the relevant information. 1. I/We hereby certify that all the statements made and information supplied in the enclosed forms ‘I’ to ‘VII’ and accompanying statements are true and correct. 2. I/We have furnished all information and details necessary for EOI and have no further pertinent information to supply. 3. I/We invite you to make a visit in person or can send any person(s) to verify our competence and general reputation. 4. I/We submit the following certificates in support of our suitability, technical know-how and capability for having successfully completed the following projects along with prescribed format: Sl. No. Name of work Certified by/from Enclosures Signature(s) of Applicant(s) Seal of applicant Date of submission 10 INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST DOCUMENT FOR PREQUALIFICATION OF ARCHITECTS/ARCHITECTURAL FIRMS E.O.I. Notice No.: FORMAT - II ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE (This form to be furnished not only by the Prime Architect/Architectural firm applying for the prequalification, but also furnish separately for each member of consortium / sub consultants who would be associated with this project work) 1 Name & Address of the applicant with Telephone No./Fax No./ Email ID 2 a. Year of Establishment b. Date & Year of commencement of practice. 3 Legal status of the applicant (attach copies of original document defining the legal status) a) A proprietary firm b) A firm in partnership c) A limited company or Corporation / Joint venture/ Consortia 4 Names of Directors & other executives with designation 5 Designation of individuals authorized to act for the organization. 6 Total No. of professional staff (In house):- Architects: Structural Engineers: Quantity Surveyors: Others: 7 Was the applicant ever required to suspend the project for a period of more than six months continuously after you commenced the planning? If so, give the name of the project and reasons of suspension of project. 8 Has the applicant or any partner in case of partnership firm, ever abandoned the awarded project before its completion? If so, give name of the project and reasons for abandonment. 9 Has the applicant or any constituent partner in case of partnership firm, ever been debarred/black listed for competing in any organization at any time? If so, give details. 10 Has the applicant or any constituent partner in case of partnership firm, ever been convicted by a court of law? If so, give details. 11 In which field of Consultancy the applicant has 11 specialization & interest 12 Any other information considered necessary but not included above. 13 Address of local office if any in the state of Kerala 12 INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST DOCUMENT FOR PREQUALIFICATION OF ARCHITECTS/ARCHITECTURAL FIRMS E.O.I. Notice No.: FORMAT - III DETAILS OF IN HOUSE SERVICES AVAILABLE FOR THE ASSIGNMENTS Sl. Inhouse Service Availability of Nos. of In house Staff with experience No. Services Experience Experience Experience of of of 10 years & more than 5 less than 5 Above years years 1 Architectural yes/no 2 Structural Engineering yes/no 3 Public Health yes/no Engineering 4 Electrical yes/no 5 Mechanical yes/no 6 HVAC yes/no 7 Firefighting/Engineering yes/no 8 Landscaping & yes/no Beautification 9 Solar Energy & Water yes/no Harvesting Utilities 10 Administrative/Support yes/no Staff, categories to be mentioned 11 Office Equipments yes/no a. Computers b. Plotters c. Printers d. Scanners e. Photocopying machine f. g. 12 Licensed Softwares yes/no available (to be mentioned) 13 Any other relevant yes/no information 13 INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST DOCUMENT FOR PREQUALIFICATION OF ARCHITECTS/ARCHITECTURAL FIRMS E.O.I. Notice No.: FORMAT- IV DETAILS OF SUB CONSULTANTS / CONSORTIA MEMBERS AND THEIR EXPERIENCE Sl. Proposed Associate For Names & Addresses Years of Years of No. of Associates Experience Association with the Prime Applicant 1 Architectural 2 Structural Engineering 3 Public Health Engineering 4 Electrical 5 Mechanical 6 HVAC 7 Firefighting/Engineering 8 Landscaping 9 Interior Works 10 Landscaping & Beautification 11 Alternative energy resources viz. Solar Energy & Water Harvesting Utilities (Please attach consent agreements to associate with the principal partner of the proposed consortia/partners) 14 INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST DOCUMENT FOR PREQUALIFICATION OF ARCHITECTS/ARCHITECTURAL FIRMS E.O.I. Notice No.: FORMAT - V Brief Bio- Data of Key Professionals (This form to be furnished not only by the Prime Architect/Architectural firm applying for the prequalification, but also furnish separately for each member of consortium / sub consultants who would be associated with this project work) Name of Firm: _____________________________________________________ Professional: (Mention the basic qualification +Name of University)___________ Date of Birth: ______________________________________________________ Years with Firm: ____________________________________________________ Nationality: ________________________________________________________ Membership in Professional Societies: ___________________________________ Detailed Task Assigned: ______________________________________________ Key Qualifications: [Give an outline of staff member’s experience and training relevant to responsibility in context of assignment. Describe degree of responsibility held by staff member on relevant previous assignment and give dates and location. Use up to quarter a page.] Education: [Summarize college/university and other specialized education of staff member, giving names of schools, dates attended and degree(s) obtained. Use up to a quarter page.] Employment Record: [Starting with present position, list in reverse order every employment held. List all positions held by staff member since graduation, giving dates, name(s) of employing organization(s), title of positions held and location of assignments. For experience in last ten years, also give type of activities performed and client references, where appropriate. Use up to three quarter of a page.] Languages: [Indicate proficiency in speaking, reading and writing of English language: excellent, good, fair, or poor.] Certification: I, the undersigned, certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, the biodata, my qualifications, my experience etc are true and correct. Date: 15 INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST DOCUMENT FOR PREQUALIFICATION OF ARCHITECTS/ARCHITECTURAL FIRMS E.O.I. Notice No.: FORMAT - VI DETAILS OF SIMILAR PROJECTS HANDLED / COMPLETED DURING THE LAST FIVE YEARS SIMILAR NATURE OF ASSIGNEMENT – COMPLETED WORKS Sl. Description 1 2 3 No 1. Name of work / Project and location Name & Address of Employer/ 2. Organization, Telephone no. of officer to whom reference may be made. 3. Cost of work in Rs. Lakhs (Attach copy of Work Order) 4. Date of commencement as per contract 5. Stipulated date of completion 6. Actual date of completion 7. Litigation / arbitration pending / in progress with details * 8. Service rendered a. In-house teams b. Associated Consultants/Consortia Members 9. Names of Project In charge & Key staff & nos. of staff involves. Any other information which you 10. feel will be relevant and add to your EOI * Indicate gross amount claimed and amount awarded by the Arbitrator. 16 INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST DOCUMENT FOR PREQUALIFICATION OF ARCHITECTS/ARCHITECTURAL FIRMS E.O.I. Notice No.: FORMAT - VII PROJECT- WISE DETAILS OF SIMILAR NATURED ASSIGNMENTS SIMILAR NATURE OF ASSIGNEMENT – IN HANDS Sl. Description 1 2 3 No 1. Name of work / Project and location Name & Address of Employer / 2. Organization, Telephone no. of officer to whom reference may be made. Cost of work in Rs. Lakhs 3. (Attach copy of Work Order) Date of commencement as per 4. contract Stipulated date of completion 5. Actual date of completion 6. Litigation / arbitration pending / in 7. progress with details * a. Service rendered In-house 8. teams b. Associated Consultants/Consortia 9. Members Names of Project In charge & Key 10. staff & nos. of staff involves. Any other information * Indicate gross amount claimed and amount awarded by the Arbitrator. 17 INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST DOCUMENT FOR PREQUALIFICATION OF ARCHITECTS/ARCHITECTURAL FIRMS E.O.I. Notice No.: FORMAT - VIII FINANCIAL DETAILS I. Financial Analysis – Details to be furnished duly supported by figures in balance sheet/profit and loss account for the last five years duly certified by the Chartered Accountant, as submitted by the applicant to the Income Tax Department (copies to be attached) Particulars Financial Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 i. Gross Annual turnover on construction work (In Lakhs) ii. Profit / Loss iii. Certified by II. Financial arrangements for carrying out the proposed work III. The following certificates are enclosed: (a) Current Income Tax clearance Certificate / Profit & Loss account (b) Solvency Certificate from bankers of Applicant Signature of Chartered Accountant with seal 18 PART – II (FINANCIAL BID) 1. The Expert Panel appointed by the University shall evaluate the Master plan of one or more chosen campuses submitted by successfully empanelled consultants based on the documents/details uploaded as Part-I (TECHNICAL BID). The financial offer in Part II (FINACIAL BID) of only those firms who are found eligible, as evaluated by the Expert Panel, will be opened subsequently, the date for which shall be intimated later to the eligible architects/consultants separately. Financial bids may be submitted only on specific invitation in writing. 2. Award of work The financial bids of those Architects / Architectural consultants /Architectural firms, who are found eligible and qualified by the Expert Panel appointed by the University, will be evaluated based on the evaluation criteria specified in the technical bid documents on a 70 : 30 basis, with 70 for Technical bid and 30 for Financial bid. The financial bids of only those Architects will be opened who score more than 70 rating points in the Technical evaluation of the draft Master Plan submitted. It may be noted that 70% weightage will be given to the Technical bid and 30% weightage will be given to the financial bid of the Architects / Architectural Consultants / Architectural Firms scoring more than 70 rating points. The weightage of 70% on technical bid and 30% on financial bid will be applied; with full score for lowest financial bid. 3. All those Architects/ Architectural consultants/ Architectural firms who have submitted both their technical bids and financial bids and who were found eligible and qualified by the Expert Panel, except the one who is finally selected for award of consultancy work for the project, will be paid only a lump sum amount of Rs.25, 000/- (Rupees Twenty Five Thousand only) as token of compensation for the services rendered. No further costs will be paid for expenses incurred in design, if incurred. 4. The competent authority on behalf of the Chancellor of the university does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any other tender and reserves to himself the authority to reject any or all the tenders received without assigning any reason thereof. 5. The tenders accompanying any/or conditional clause shall be summarily rejected. 6. Canvassing in any form whether directly or indirectly, in connection with tender bid shall strictly be avoided and the tenders submitted by the Consultants who resort to unethical practice of canvassing in any form will be liable for rejection. 7. This notice Inviting Tender shall form part of the contract document. The successful tenderer/ consultant, on acceptance of his tender by the accepting authority, shall within 10 days from the date of issue of acceptance letter, sign the contract consisting of the notice inviting tender, tender document( both Technical & Financial Bids), acceptance letter together with any correspondence leading thereto. 8. The tender shall remain valid for 180 days from the date of opening of the Financial Bids. 19 Authorised Signatory For & on behalf of the Chancellor of University 20 List of Documents to be scanned and uploaded within the period of tender (Master Plan) submission: 1. Demand Draft/Pay order or Banker’s Cheque of any scheduled Bank towards cost of Tender Document. (Rs. 5000/-) 2. Demand Draft/Pay order or Banker’s Cheque of any Schedule Bank towards cost of Tender Processing fee. (Rs. 5000/-) 3. Certificate of Registration for Service Tax and Acknowledgement of up-to-date filed return to Service Tax Department. 4. Registration Certificate of the Architect with the Council of Architecture. SCOPE OF CONSULTANCY SERVICE 1. The consultant is required to prepare and submit conceptual drawings consisting of layout plan, elevations, sections and perspective in the scale of 1:100 along with computer generated 3-D image of the buildings. The consultant shall submit a CD containing the proposed building plans and services with 3 D imaging, and ‘walk through’ demonstration of facility designed. The scope of consultancy work shall also include the planning, designing, preparing preliminary as well as detailed working drawings, construction drawings & completion plans along with estimates, BOQ (Bill of Quantities) of the following: 1. Architectural 2. Civil 3. Structural 4. Electrical Installations and Substation 5. Sanitary, drainage and water supply including pump sets 6. Lifts with machine room 7. HVAC Central Air conditioning or any other suitable Air conditioning system. 8. Fire fighting system including fire pumps, sprinklers. 9. Non wet fire fighting system 10. Smoke detection and fire alarm system 11. Landscaping and Gardening 12. Landscape lighting and garden lighting 13. DG set 14. Electrical power distribution 15. Various building automation services such as CCTV system, Public Address and Conferencing system, External cleaning, UPS, Audio Visual system, Building Management System, Access Control system, security systems etc. necessary for an office building. 16. Interior & Furnishing including loose furniture, workstations etc., 17. Structural glazing, Alco paneling etc. 18. Façade access system 19. Rain water harvesting system 20. Solar power pack and solar water heating and lighting system. 21. Environmental study and report – if required 22. Sewerage treatment plant 23. Water treatment plant 21 24. Green building features to the extent possible. 25. Any other services / systems as may be found necessary for functional requirement of the building. The Consultant shall engage the services of well qualified Specialists or sub consultants pertaining to the above services and coordinate with them. The fees to the sub consultants appointed for the above services shall be payable solely by the consultant, within the overall approved fee payable to the consultant by the University including expenses incurred by the sub consultants towards site / office / market visits required in connection with the project. The consultant shall also be responsible for all the work, action, and omissions of such sub consultants. However, these specialists / sub consultants would be engaged by the consultant, only after obtaining prior approval of the authorised officer of the University. During the course of consultancy, the consultant would be required to interact with the client for which nothing extra shall be payable. If visit(s) out of the state of Kerala are required for attending any meeting on request of the authorised officer of the University, economy class to & fro air fare and Rs.1000/- per day per person as incidental charges will be paid by the University. The scope of work of any of the above items may be deleted by authorised officer of the University at its sole discretion and the decision of the University will be final in this regard and binding. The design shall be based on National Code of practice and design norms, barrier free design for physical challenged as per the GOI norms and other sound Engineering practices. The structural analysis shall be done using structural Engineering software as approved by the authorised officer of the University. Three sets of approved design calculation of civil, electrical and all other services shall be submitted to the authorised officer of the University for proper proof-checking. 2 STAGES OF CONSULTANCY WORK 2.1 Preliminary Stage 2.1.1 Site plan drawing and soil investigation report shall be supplied by the authorised officer of the University. The consultant shall verify the same and incorporate his observations/comments and if required carry out furthers tests and investigations at his/their own cost to ascertain the correctness of all data supplied and/or to get further details of the site and the sub-soil. The consultant shall prepare general layout of all proposed buildings, roads, parking, service layout etc. They would also give details of functional built areas, services areas, plinth areas, FSI permissible and achieved etc. 2.1.2 Preliminary planning and designing of structural system and all internal and external utility services like water supply, sewerage, storm water drainage, acoustics, street lighting / compound lighting, façade lighting, fire fighting, air-conditioning, landscaping, development plans showing roads, paths, parks, paved areas, drains, culverts, compound walls, external lighting, indicating scope, specifications etc. of each subhead. However, authorised officer of the University reserves the right to exclude any of the above services from the scope of the Consultant's work or include any other services specifically not listed above subsequently on specific requirement. The Consultant shall also be required to incorporate any other additional services not included above and prepare the coordinated Architectural / structural / service drawings based on the details provided / approved by the University, including any subsequent changes, without any extra cost of consultancy for such service. 22 2.1.3 Consultant shall obtain the approval of the University of all designs and details as mentioned in Para 2.1.1 and 2.1.2 and of any subsequent changes and deviations and of computations of all designs including structural designs, services designs including E & M services etc. Such details / computations of all designs shall be made available to the authorised officer of the University in duplicate for checking and approval, which the authorised officer of the University may check or get proof, checked / vetted through proof consultant. The Consultant shall take prior approval of the names of his sub-consultants if engaged by him for various services, and shall be fully responsible for the correctness and accuracy of structural designs and services designs, notwithstanding the approval by the authorised officer of the University. The University reserves the right to reject the name of any sub consultant proposed to be engaged by the consultant without assigning any reason. The consultant and his sub-consultants shall certify in writing that the designs are in accordance with the up to date data and relevant Codes of practice of BIS. 2.1.4 Consultants shall obtain the necessary approval of all competent authorities/statutory bodies, according to the local acts, laws, regulations etc, and make changes, if any, as required by such authorities. The consultant shall prepare and submit required drawings on receipt of approval of the University on the sketch schemes to the local controlling authorities / Statutory authorities and obtain necessary approval / sanction for construction including obtaining environmental clearance from the Ministry of Environment and Forest, Government of India, if required, including change of land use from the local competent authority. Other approvals / clearances like NA, ULCA, Aviation, Chief Fire officer etc. shall also be obtained by the consultant. Also commencement certificate(s) shall be obtained from the concerned local authorities. The regulatory requirements shall be identified along with each design and submitted in writing. Nothing extra shall be payable to the consultant beyond their quoted fee for obtaining aforesaid approvals / clearances. However, all statutory payments required to be paid by the owner shall be made by the University. 2.1.5 Submit a proper Project Program chart/ CPM chart / Bar chart incorporating all the activities required for the completion of the project well in time i.e. preparation of working drawings, detailed drawings, structural drawings, preparation of detailed estimate, bills of quantities, specifications, rate analysis, value analysis etc. The programme should also include various activities to be done by the sub consultants in co-ordination with the consultant. 2.2 WORKING DRAWING STAGE 2.2.1 Preparation of detailed Architectural, Structural, Services drawings including drawings showing details of all utilities and internal & external services, specifications, incorporating all revisions and obtaining approval of the University. 2.2.2 Obtaining approval of local and other authorities for the modifications, if required and make necessary changes as required by them. 2.2.3 Coordinating the Architectural, Structural and services design & drawings and prepare complete working details, schedules, specifications and bill of quantities to describe the whole project adequately for the purpose of taking approval of the University and various local bodies and for placing the main and other subsidiary contracts by the University. While making the above said drawings the Consultant shall co-ordinate with experts in other connected fields of structural, Electrical, Air conditioning, Lift, D.G. set, fire safety, smoke detection alarm and other services. It shall be the responsibility of the consultant to produce coordinated working drawings for execution taking into consideration the requirement of other fields/services. The Consultant shall also be required to incorporate any other additional services not included above and prepare the coordinated Architectural / structural / service drawings based on the details provided / approved by the department, including any subsequent changes, even if they have not provided consultancy for such service. 23 2.2.4 Assisting in preparation and supplying bill of quantities, along with details of calculations of all items of works, specifications of special items including brands of materials, rate analysis, value analysis with supporting documents like quotations, price list etc., of items which are not included in the latest schedule of rates of CPWD etc. to enable the University to invite tenders. 2.2.5 Notice Inviting Tender (NIT) may also be prepared and along with relevant tender documents which confirm with the approved norms of the University/Construction agency identified by the University. 2.3 CONSTRUCTION STAGE 2.3.1 Supply all details required for smooth execution of different phases (1 & II) such that Phase-II can be executed after completion of Phase-I, with least disturbance to the Phase-I. Supply further Architectural and Structural working drawings, details, specifications and working drawing details that may be required for proper execution of the work, phase wise, if work is planned so. 2.3.2 Obtain approval of the authorised officer of the University for any material deviation in designs or cost, due to changes in working drawings, schedule and specifications from the approved scheme. In case of any dispute between the University and the Architect about any issue / items the decision of the Vice-Chancellor, KVASU will be final and binding on all concerned. 2.3.3 Check and approve shop drawings if any submitted by the contractors. 2.3.4 Periodic visit to site at least once in a month or as and when required by the University. 2.3.5 Advise University for the work as and when required. 2.3.6 Advise University on changes, if necessary for technical reasons. 2.3.7 Obtain necessary approval from the local body at plinth level and various stages of work including clearance from fire and safety department as and when required. 2.3.8 Obtain final building completion certificates and occupancy certificates from local controlling authorities / statutory authorities and obtain refund of deposit if any made by the department to such authorities. The consultant shall also be responsible for obtaining any other such approval statutory or otherwise, which may be necessary for the completion of the project, and various services of the building in all respect with actual completion plan and all services. 2.3.9 Prepare completion drawings including elevations and sections and structural details indicating details of building and all services and obtain completion certificate from local body. The consultant should supply 4 sets of completion drawings to the University including one reproducible in A-1 size, and one soft copy in CD after the completion of the work. The scope of work described above gives in general the work content but is not exhaustive i.e. does not mention all the incidental works required to be carried out for complete execution of the work. 24 The work shall be carried out, all in accordance with true intent and meaning, regardless of whether the same may or may not be particularly described, provided that the same can be reasonably inferred there from. There may be several incidental works, which are not mentioned herein but will be necessary to complete the work in all respects. All such incidental works / costs thereof which are not mentioned herein but are necessary to complete the work shall be deemed to have been included in the rate quoted by the consultant. 2.4 Completion Stage : The consultant shall, 1. Obtain completion and occupational certificates, wherever necessary, from the local bodies after completion of work and supply the same, including any other documents / details related to the work, to the University. 2. Prepare ‘as built’ / completion drawing, including 1:100 scale plans, elevations and cross sections, services, etc., indicating the details of the building, as completed, and supply 4 sets of completion drawings to the employer and also hand over the originals of the completion drawings to the employer. The changes, if any, during execution of work will be intimated by the employer to the consultant for preparation of above drawings. 3. Assist the employer in arbitration / litigation case that may arise out of the contract(s) entered into with other agencies in respect of above work, regarding clarifications /interpretations, and supply of drawings, designs, specifications as and when required. MODE OF PAYMENT OF FEE 1.1 The University shall pay to the consultant as remuneration for the services to be rendered by the Consultant in relation to said work as per unit rate given in schedule of fee as quoted by the consultant in Part II FINANCIAL BID multiplied by the plinth area of the buildings of Phase I and Phase II separately worked out in accordance with CPWD plinth area rates 2007. 1.1 The University shall, however, have the liberty to omit, postpone or not to execute any work and / or any item of work and the consultant shall not be entitled to any compensation or damages for such omission, postponement, or non- execution including whole of project of the work and / or any item of work, except the fees which have become payable to them for the services actually rendered by them. 1.3 The consultant fees as per the schedule of fees are inclusive of fees payable by the Consultant to sub- consultant and associates if engaged by him and nothing extra shall be payable on the account. The fees payable to the consultant shall be in full discharge of functions to be performed by the Consultant and sub- consultant and no claim whatsoever against the department in respect of any proprietary right or copy right by the consultant or any other party will be entertained. The consultant shall indemnify and keep indemnified the department against all cost and expenses paid by the University in defending such claims. 1.3 The consultant shall – 25 1.3.1 Communicate to the authorised officer of the University with in a fortnight of award of work, the names of all the sub consultants to be associated with. 1.3.2 Enter into a formal agreement with sub consultants bringing out all the relevant terms of their association vis-à- vis consultant i.e., main architect/consultant. 1.3.3 Submit to the University for record, all the formal letters of confirmation from the sub consultants to work with the main architect/consultant. 1.3.4 Pay the due share of fees payable to the sub consultants as and when they accrue to them from the progressive payments, which will be received by the consultant from the department. The consultant shall confirm this invariably in his subsequent running account bills to be preferred to the University. 1.3.5 Shall submit the complete programme of submission of all drawings within a fortnight of award of work mentioning the full list of drawings. 1.3.6 The quoted rates shall be inclusive of all statutory taxes. Income tax as payable as per statutory orders / laws shall be deducted at source. TDS certificate shall be issued for such deductions. 1.3.7 The element of service tax as applicable shall be reimbursed as per actual, on production of proof of payment by the consultant. 2.0 Stages of payment of consultant fees: (Phase I and Phase II separately) 2.1 Preliminary Stage- time allowed 4 weeks a) On finalization of detailed concept design of the building and approval of the : 10% (Ten percent) of total same from the University in respect of basic layout plans, space allocation and consultancy lumpsum various services to be provided. amount payable. b) On submission of drawings and designs to the local authorities for approval : 5% (Fives percent) of total consultancy lumpsum amount payable. c) On approval of local authorities of the drawings for construction of the building : 10% (Ten percent) of total and other trades of work to commence the work including obtaining consultancy lumpsum Fire, aviation, Environmental clearances etc. amount payable. 26 2.2 Working Drawing Stage- a) On finalization of detailed working architectural drawings and structural : 15% (fifteen percent) of drawings upto F2 level, design calculations, specifications, layout plan etc and total consultancy amount prepare and submit bill of quantities including details of measurements and rate payable. analysis of items, not covered in latest schedule of rates of construction agency/University, for invitation of tenders - Time allowed 4 weeks after the stage 2.1. b) On submission of balance structural drawings, services drawings along with : 15% (Fifteen percent) of design calculations total consultancy amount payable. Time allowed 6 weeks after the stage 2.2 (a) 2.3 Construction Stage a) During construction stage till completion of work including providing : 39% (Thirty Nine necessary drawings, clarifications, inspection of works, additional details etc. and percent) of total also obtaining any approvals from local authorities including approval at plinth consultancy amount level etc. The fee will be released based on the progress of the work at site in 6 payable. stages as below. 10 % Stage-1 Completion of Phase-I portion up to plinth level Stage-2 Completion of Phase-I portion complete structural Work 10% 27 Stage-3 Completion of entire work covered under Phase-I 10% Stage-4 Completion of Phase-II portion up to plinth level 3% Stage-5 Completion of Phase-II portion entire structural work 3% Stage-6 Completion of entire work covered under Phase-II 3% 2.4 Supplying of completion drawings including Phase II : 3% (three percent) of total construction and obtaining completion certificate, part consultancy amount occupation and occupation certificates from the Local Bodies payable. including any other approval from various statutory authorities and getting final assessment from the local authorities – time allowed 4 weeks after actual date of completion as recorded by the University. 2.5 On expiry of one year after the date of completion of main : 3% (three percent) of total building work including Phase II construction as recorded by the consultancy -Lump sum University amount quoted in the financial bid 3.0 All running Payments made to consultant are on account and shall be adjusted against final fee payable. For claiming the payment consultant shall submit necessary bills in duplicate. Payments due to consultant will be made within two months of submission of bills of the corresponding stage after satisfactory evaluation and performance, provided that the proposed payment schedule may be altered subject to approval of University at agreement stage for unforeseen practical reasons. 28 4.0 SECURITY DEPOSIT An amount @ 5% (five percent) of the amount payable as per intermediate stages / bill to the Consultant shall be deducted progressively from each intermediate bill towards security deposit for fulfilling the terms of contract faithfully and honestly. The security deposit will be refunded after the expiry of the defect liability period of 12 months from the date of completion of building work covered under phase-II. OTHER TERMS & CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT 1. ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS 1.1 The University shall have the right to request in writing changes, additions, modification or deletions in the design and drawing of any part of the work and at any stage during the progress of consultancy work. The University, through authorised officer, shall also have the right to request in writing additional planning, design and detailing work in connection therewith and the Consultant shall comply with such request. A Project Advisory Committee (PAC) with competence to order reduction/addition/deletion/introduction of new items shall be constituted to examine any other additional financial commitment, and its decision shall be final. 1.2 If it is found after call of tenders that the negotiated tendered amount is not within the amount sanctioned, the Consultant shall if so desired by the University take steps to carryout necessary modifications in the design and specifications to see that the tendered cost does not exceed the corresponding amount in the preliminary estimate by more than 5%. The Consultant shall not be paid anything extra for such modifications. The Consultant shall not make any deviations, alterations, additions to or omission to approved design and drawings except with proper approval of the University made through its authorised signatory. 2.0 TIME SCHEDULE FOR COMPLETING THE WORK 2.1 The date of commencement of work will be reckoned from the 10th day after the date of the award of the work to the consultant. 2.2 Completion of preliminary stage: 4 weeks from the date of commencement excluding time taken by the local bodies after submission of all drawings, designs etc required by the local authorities. 2.3 Completion of all working architectural drawings and structural drawings up to F2 level: 4 weeks after 2.2. 2.4 Completion of all structural drawings and services drawings : 6 weeks after 2.3 above. 29 2.5 Submission of all as - built (architectural and structural drawings) and occupation certificate from local bodies including approval from various statutory authorities: 4 weeks after completion of work recorded by the University. However, the drawings for the retaining wall / diaphragm wall and rock anchors if required, to be finalized before the working drawings i.e. as soon as the basic layout is frozen. EXTENSION OF TIME: If the consultant’s work is unavoidably hindered in carrying out the designs / drawings on account of delayed decision or the approval by the department which are necessary to carry out further work beyond the time specified under clause- 2 above, he shall be allowed suitable extension of time by University, whose decision shall be final and binding on the consultant. No claim of any kind shall be entertained from the consultant for such delayed approvals/decisions by the department, except request for suitable extension of time. 4.0. COMPENSATION FOR DELAY: The time allowed for carrying out the work as specified in clause 2, shall be strictly observed by the consultant and shall deemed to be the essence of the contract on the part of the consultant. The work shall throughout the stipulated period of the contract be proceeded with all diligence and in the event of failure of the consultant to complete the work within time schedule as specified in Para 2 or within the validity of extended time period the consultant shall pay as agreed compensation as detailed below: - 0.5% ( Zero decimal five percent ) of the total amount of fees payable per each week of delay or smaller amount per each week of delay as decided by the officer concerned of the University subject to a maximum of 10% of the total fee payable to the consultant. 5.0 ABANDONMENT OF WORK: That if the Consultant abandons the work for any reasons whatsoever or becomes incapacitated from acting as Consultant as aforesaid, the employer may make full use of all or any of the drawings prepared by the Consultant and proceed from the stage from where the consultant left the work. 6.0 TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT 6.1 If the consultant fail to adhere to the time schedule or the extended time which may be granted by the employer in its sole discretion the employer shall be entitled to terminate this agreement and entrust the work to some other consultant and in that case the Consultant shall not be entitled to any compensation except the fees payable to him for the work actually done or services rendered, which have been duly approved by the University. The decision of the University as regards the actual work done and the amount of the fees due to the consultant on the basis of actual work done shall be final and binding on the consultant. 30 6.2 In the event of the termination of the agreement by the employer, the consultant shall not be entitled to any compensation or damages by reason of such termination, but only to the fees for the service actually rendered, which have been duly approved by the University. 6.3 If the consultant closes their business or abandons the work or if this agreement is terminated as provided for in clause 6.1 hereinbefore, the University shall be entitled to make use of all or any drawing(s), designs or other documents prepared by the consultant. 7.0 ARBITRATION In the event of any, dispute or difference arising between the authorised officer of the University and the consultant in any matter connected with this agreement or in regard to the interpretation of the context hereof, such disputes or differences shall be referred to the sole arbitrator appointed by the Vice- Chancellor, KVASU within 60 days from the date of receipt of request form the consultant requesting for appointment of arbitrator. There shall be no objection that the arbitrator is a government servant or that in the course of his duties as a government servant he has expressed view on all or any of the matters in dispute or difference. The decision of the sole arbitrator so appointed shall be final and binding upon both the parties. The Arbitration proceedings shall be conducted in accordance with “Arbitration & Conciliation Act- 1996” and any statutory modification or re- enactment thereof. Performance under the contract shall continue during the arbitration proceedings and payments due to the consultant shall not be with held unless they are the subject matter of arbitration. 8.0 NUMBER OF DRAWING SETS AND COPY RIGHT 8.1 All the bill of quantities with detailed measurements, designs with detailed calculation, reports and any other details envisaged under this agreement shall be supplied in triplicate. All drawings as required for submission to all the local bodies and other authorities shall be submitted as per the requirement of local body. All the drawings for the correction, comments, discussion and approval of University shall be submitted in duplicate. Ten copies of all the finalized drawings shall be submitted to the University along with one reproducible (computer print) in A-1 or larger size, along with a soft copy in CD with 3D ‘walk through’ viewing ability of the design. If there is any revision in any of the drawings for any reason whatsoever ten copies of revised drawings/drawing change note along with one reproducible (computer print) shall be re-issued along with soft copy in CD without any extra charge. All these drawings will become the property of the University, KVASU. 31 8.2 The drawings cannot be issued to any other person, firm or authority or used by the Consultant for any other project. No copies of any drawings or documents shall be issued to anyone except the University and / or its authorized representative. 9.0 DEFECT LIABILITY PERIOD & GUARANTEE The Consultant shall provide written guarantee for the work including all the design & detailing carried out and material specified for the work. The Consultant shall re-design at his own cost any portion of his design work, which due to his failure to use a reasonable degree of design skill is found defective during the defect liability period of one year from the date of completion of main building work as recorded by the University. 10.0GENERAL CONDITIONS 10.1The consultant shall be fully responsible for the technical soundness of the work including those of specialists / sub consultants engaged if any, by him and also visit site from time to time to see that the work is carried out generally in accordance with drawings, specifications and architectural concept. 10.2 The University or any officer nominated by it will have the liberty to meet Consultant and / or his sub- Consultants at mutually agreed meeting time and shall be at liberty to inspect and examine their records and designs in their office. 10.3 The appointment of supervisory staff by the University will not absolve the Consultant of his responsibility for designs of structures and all provisions / services of the work as mentioned in the agreement hereinbefore entrusted to him so as to satisfy the requirements of University and the client. 10.4The design shall be based on National code of practice and design norms and other sound engineering practices. The structural analysis shall be done using structural engineering software as approved by the University. Two sets in hard copies, along with a soft copy in CD, of design Civil, Structural, Electrical and all other services shall be submitted to the University for proof checking / vetting. 10.5Consultant shall ensure timely flow of working drawing / instructions. He shall ensure that there is no delay in the execution of work on account of supply of design, drawings and details. 10.6Consultant shall interact with one or more proof consultants, hold discussions with the proof consultants, make necessary changes in the drawings as per mutual discussions and decision by the University and shall submit brief report covering major points of discussions to the University. 10.7Rendering every assistance, guidance and advice in general to the University on any matter concerning the technical aspects of the projects. 10.8 The Consultant will function as part of the team for the project. The Consultant shall prepare design/drawings keeping in view the economy, aesthetic and environmental considerations. 10.9The Consultant shall be fully responsible in his capacity as Consultant for the soundness of the design and shall assume full responsibility for the design. 32 10.10 The Consultant shall promptly notify the University of any change in the constitution of his firm. It shall be open to the University to terminate the Agreement on the death, retirement, insanity or insolvency of any person being Director in the said firm, or on the addition or introduction of a new Director. But until its termination by the University as foresaid, this contract agreement shall continue to be in full force and effect, notwithstanding any changes in the constitution of the firm by death, retirement, insanity or insolvency of any of its Director or addition or introduction of any new Director. In case of death or retirement, the surviving or remaining Directors of the firm shall be jointly and severally liable for the due and satisfactory performance and for compliance of all the terms and condition of this contract agreement. 10.11 Consultant's fee is also inclusive of responsibilities of carrying out modifications in approved designs and drawings, if any, required during execution of work due to site conditions or any other reason. 10.12 The Consultant shall protect the University against any damage or loss arising from want of care and diligence or neglect of professional duty on part of the consultant. To this effect, the Consultant shall indemnify the University through a professional indemnity insurance policy with a nationalized insurance company for 25 Lakhs. A copy of the policy shall be deposited with the University within 15 days after the date of award of work. 10.13 In the event any dispute arising between the contractor and client, the legal jurisdiction lies in the court of Trivandrum district in the State of Kerala.
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