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					                                    OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL CORPORATION,FARIDABAD

No.MCF/CE/2010/933                                                                      Dated:- 12.10.2010

                                     TENDER/COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION NOTICE

Sealed tenders on item rate basis inclusive all taxes & levies are invited on behalf of Commissioner, Municipal Corporation Faridabad
from the agencies for the grant of Advertising Rights on BOT basis for three years on Bus-Q-Shelters, Unipoles, Gantries, Kiosks on
Street Light Poles, Urinals/Toilets with daily maintenance, Garbage Collection Centre, Attendance Sheds & LED based Video Walls
specified by Municipal Corporation, Faridabad so as to reach in the office of the Chief Engineer, Municipal Corporation, Faridabad on
16.11.2010 at 15.00 hours.

     Sr.No.       No. of                                Item                             Reserved Price               EMD
               sites/units                                                                  per year
       1.          11           Bus-Q-Shelter                                         Rs.11.00 Crores         Rs. 11.00 Lacs
       2.          84           Unipoles Size (30'x15')
       3.          55           Gantries
       4.         1253          Kiosks on street light poles (size 3'x4')
       5.           4           Urinals/toilets (with daily mtc.)
       6.          40           Garbage Collection Centre
       7.          15           Attendance Sheds
       8.          11           LED based Video Walls

 Any resident of MCF who has a stake in any of these works and wishes to be a member of the Citizen Supervisory Committee to be
 set up by the MCF for supervision of the execution of works on the ground, may submit their willingness giving name, address,
 academic qualification, professional experience and contact phone number to the undersigned by 1.12.2010.

The detail of terms & conditions can be seen at MCF Web-site


1.      Tender form and DNIT can be obtained from the office of the undersigned on payment of Rs.10,000/- only which is not
2.      No tender will be issued after 15-00 hours on 15.11.2010
3.      The tender mentioned above will be opened at 15-00 hours on 16.11.2010 as per procedure laid down            in tender
4.      Detail scope of work can be obtained/seen from the office of Chief /Engineer, MCF.
5.      If the date on which the tenders are to be received is declared a public holiday, the tender will be received on the next
        working day.
6.      Application for tender documents must accompany with EMD in the shape of Demand Draft/Pay order in favour of
        Commissioner, Municipal Corporation Faridabad payable at Faridabad along with attested copies of all
        documents/certificates as per requirement of tender document.
7.      The Corporation reserve the right to add/amend/modify/withdraw/any of the terms & condition of the tender document at
        any time without any notice. The decision of the Corporation in this regard will be final.
8.      All intending tenderers should apply through regular tender documents issued from the office of undersigned. Any contractor
        who intentionally avoids tendering in regular way but later on makes an offer simply with motive to delay the allotment of
        work will be delisted.
9.      Any amendment to a tender after opening of tender made by the tenderer according to his own will is liable to be ignored
        altogether and such tenderer will be debarred from tendering for a period of six months.
10.     Pre bid for any clarification on 11.11.2010 at 3.00 P.M. in Committee Room, Municipal Auditorium, NIT Faridabad.

                                                                                                    Chief Engineer.
                                                                                                  Municipal Corporation


                              INFORMATION BOOKLET
                        TENDER DOCUMENT

 Tender for the Grant of Advertising Rights on Bus-Q-
Shelters, Unipoles , Gantries, Kiosks on street light poles
  , Urinals/Toilets with daily maintenance, Garbage
  Collection Centre, Attendance Sheds & LED based
                Video Walls specified by

                 Municipal Corporation Faridabad

                          NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT)

 1. Tender Invitation: Tenders are invited by the Municipal Corporation Faridabad (MCF for
    short) for the grant of sole advertising rights for out door advertising media by means of
    erecting and installing about 11 Nos. Bus-Q-Shelter, 84 Nos. Unipoles (Size 30'x15'), 55 Nos.
    Gantries, 1253 Nos. Kiosks on street light poles (Size 3'x4'), 4 Nos. Urinals/Toilets with daily
    maintenance, 40 Nos Garbage Collection Centre, 15 Nos. Attendance Sheds & 11 Nos. LED
    based Video Walls.

 2. Tender Document: Tender documents shall consist of all the papers, documents,
    information’s, annexures, reports, proformas and such other documents of which reference has
    also been made in the same.

 3. Last date of submission: Tenders shall be received in the office of Chief Engineer, MCF upto
    15:00 Hours on 16.11.2010 or such day and date as extended and notified by the MCF by way
    of corrigendum. Tender will be opened, on or after 16.11.2010 at 15:00 hours, in the presence
    of the Bidders or their Authorized Representatives.

 3 A Prebid meeting will be held in the Committee Room, Municipal Auditorium, NIT Faridabad
    on 11.11.2010 at 15:00 Hours for any clarification with regard to scope of work/sites etc. or
    for any query of intending parties.
4. Earnest Money Deposit: As specified in annexure payable to and at by Demand Draft of any
   scheduled Bank valid for a period of 120 days from the date of submission of tender, duly
   made in the name of or endorsed in favour of the Commissioner, MCF. In case of Demand
   Draft, it should be payable at Faridabad.

    * EMD in the form of Demand Draft/Pay order in favour of Commissioner, Municipal
      Corporation, Faridabad payable at Faridabad.
    * The said EMD shall not carry any interest whatsoever
    * Tender not accompanied with the EMD shall be summarily rejected
    * EMD not submitted in the required form or of the required amount shall make, the offer
       liable for rejection.

5. Refund of Earnest Money Deposit : The EMD of unsuccessful Bidder shall be returned as
   early as possible by the MCF, after the tender procedure is completed. The EMD of successful
   bidder may be adjusted          :against the Security Deposit, at. the sole discretion of the MCF,
   if the successful bidder so desires.

6. Forfeiture of EMD: The EMD may be forfeited if;
   6.1 The tender is withdrawn by the Bidder after the closing date and before the validity of its
          offer expires.
   6.2. If it is discovered that the Bidder has submitted the same tender in different names in an
          attempt to mislead the Corporation and with the intention of using fraudulent means to
          secure the contract.
   6.3. If the successful bidder fails to submit the Security Deposit as required in the tender.

7. Right of MCF: MCF reserves the right of accepting and awarding the tender to itself.
   MCF may, for any reason, whether at its own initiative or in response to a clarification
   requested by any Bidder, modify the tender documents. The amendment will be
   notified in writing or post, or by cable, telex, as found suitable.

    MCF reserves the right to accept or reject all or any of the Bids without assigning any
    reason whatsoever, if they fail to meet the MCF's requirements. The decision taken by
    the MCF in this regard shall be absolute and final.

8. Validity of Tender: Tender submitted by the Bidder shall remain valid for a period of
   180 days from the date of submission of the tender.

9. Bidder not to vary tender: The Bidder shall not be entitled during the said period of
    tender validity, without the consent in writing of the MCF to revoke or cancel his
    tender given or any part thereof. In case of bidder revoking or canceling his tender,
    varying any terms in this regard thereof without the consent of the MCF in writing,
    then the tender of the Bidder shall be rejected out rightly and the Bidder shall have no
    further claims whatsoever. The Bidder is however, free to get clarified any contents of
    the tender documents. Such clarification shall be sought not later than 7 days before
    the submission of the tender proposal. Such request is to be submitted in writing to the
    MCF. The MCF may at its discretion respond to such requests as found appropriate.

10. Preparation of the Tender Bids: Your Bids shall be in English & in Hindi Languages
    notified by the MCF.

Eligibility of Bidders: The offer is open to all prospective offerers who have
    necessary financial capacities and expertise.

11. Any person or a party who is minor or who has been adjudged insolvent or who has
    been convicted in a court of law for an offence Under Indian Penal Code or offence
      involving moral turpitude or other criminal activities or has been detained under any
      preventive law for the time being in force such as, T.A. D.A., F.E.R.A.,
      MOCA,POTA etc, or who has been blacklisted by any Government or Corporation is
      not eligible to submit any offer. Offer submitted by such person shall be treated as
      invalid(COMPULSORY). Only eligible Bidders as per the eligibility criteria fixed by
      the MCF are eligible to participate in the Price Bid. Therefore, due care shall be taken
      while filling details as required in the tender. The Bidder may enter into Joint Venture
      or Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), to enhance its qualifications In such cases,
      the required legal documents, clearly stating the liability and responsibility of the each
      party etc is to be submitted.

                          INSTRUCTIONS TO THE BIDDERS

Without prejudicing the generality of the scope of the tender, as defined in the Conditions of
the contract, the Bidder is to take into account the following instructions for the purpose of
his Bid submission as the essential conditions of the contract.

   1. Tender in Format: The tender shall be submitted in the office of Chief Engineer, MCF.
      The tender documents contains documents, forms etc as per the table of contents. Any
      discrepancy in the order-number of pages etc must be brought to the notice of the
      concerned section head at least 7 days ·before the submission of the tender.
   2. Any site, which is not visible/feasible or affecting the Govt. policy norms, if found
      will be cancelled immediately and alternate site may be given of the same grade. If the
      same grade site is not available another grade site can be allotted by increase/decrease
      in ground rent payable/re- fundable as case may be. If at all MCF is not able to
      provide alternate site the amount will be refunded or adjusted as paid by the
      concessionaire as calculated by MCF.
   3. Period of Contract: The Concessionaire will operate the contract for display of
      advertisement initially for a period of three years only on BOT basis.
   4. Awareness of Terms and Conditions: Submission of a tender by a Bidder implies that
      he has read this tender notice and all other contract documents and has made himself
      aware of the scope and specifications of the work and local conditions and other
      factors affecting the execution of the works. Submission also implies knowledge of
      tender language, its usual meaning, all standards, specifications and work
      methodologies for the works and its acceptance. It also .means that the Bidder is
      willing to perform the work within the ambit and scope of this tender document with
      suitable modifications and amendments, if any, as approved by the competent

   5. Quotation for Advertising Rights: Bidder should quote monthly rentals for the
      advertising rights of specified media for the city of Faridabad for a period of 36
      months in the Price Bid Form as included in the tender. The MCF has fixed the
      reserved license fees for all types of media that is attached herewith & marked as
      annexure. The Bidders are advised to collect all relevant data from the MCF before
      submitting their Bid. Failure to quote on the bid at the space provided for the same
      shall make the tender liable for rejection.

   6. Submission of Tender: The Bidder is required to submit their offer in separate
   envelops for technical offer and for the financial offer. Thus the Bidder will be
   required to submit two envelopes in only sealed master envelope quoting the name of
   tender at master envelope and technical & financial bid on two separate envelopes
   inside master one.
6.1 Envelope - I :

       a. Reference of a tender document, Demand Draft in favour of Commissioner,
       b. The Bidder will be required to submit the details of organization, financial
          status, experience etc. in Bid Form - Part A. The necessary supporting
          documents of the information supplied in the form should also be enclosed
          with the form.
       c. Reference of Earnest Money Deposit or Demand Draft in favour of
          Commissioner, MCF.
       d. The part of the information booklet which contains all the terms and
          conditions, bid form part A and various annexure have to be signed, stamped
          and dated by the bidder and sub- mitted along with bid form part A.

6.2 Envelope II : (Financial Bid)

7. Quotations in Words and Figures: The Bidder shall quote for the monthly revenue
   that they shall pay to the Corporation as detailed in the Price Bid.

   7.1 The Bidder shall quote both in Figures and Words, wherever there is discrepancy
       in figures and words, the higher of the amounts stated in words or figures shall be
       considered for further evaluation.
   7.2 Incomplete Quotations are liable to be rejected.
   7.3 All corrections in the tender are to be initialed by the Bidder.
   7.4.The quotations and the tender must be stamped, dated and signed below by the
       Bidder on every page of the tender, at the space provided.
8. Price Bid: Price Bids of only those Bidders who have been submitted the duly
   complete tender with EMD shall be opened. Opening of the Envelope No. -I does not
   mean any eligibility to qualify for Price Bid.

9. Tender documents to be property of MCF : Tender documents shall remain' the
   property of the MCF and if obtained by one intending Bidder, shall not be copied or
   utilized by another, for any other purpose, without the written consent of the MCF. It
   shall be used only for the purpose of submission of Bid under this tender.

   A proposal failing to achieve "No Due Certificate or Eligibility Certificate" will be
   summarily rejected. The Financial proposal for such proposals shall not be opened.
   MCF Decision in this regard will be final without prejudice right of bidder.

10. Right to call for additional information: MCF also has a right without rejecting any
    tender, to call for additional information required before tender finalisation, for
    verifying and or certifying the eligibility conditions, or any other submissions like any
    attestations, details, information's, data, supporting documents, undertakings, Power
    of Attorney for tender sub- mission, etc, other than any revision in Price Bid.

11. Information & Submission: Your Bid must provide the information and submission
    as re- quired in the tender documents. Incomplete Bids shall be liable for rejection.
12. Fraudulent Practice: The bidder require to maintain the highest standard of ethics
    during the selection and execution of such contracts. In pursuance of this policy, the
    MCF defines, for the purposes of this provision, the terms set forth below as follows:

   "Fraudulent Practice" means the offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of any
   thing of value to influence the action of a public official in the selection process or in
   contract execution, and also means misrepresentation of facts in order to influence the
   selection process or threatening any official of MCF or other Bidders, or the execution
   of a contract to the detriment of the MCF or any such act or deed spoken or otherwise
   which causes any hindrance in the normal procedure of Bid finalization.

   MCF shall have an absolute right to reject any Bid if its is found by the MCF that the
   Bidder has resorted to any fraudulent practice of any manner in competing for the
   contract in question or terminate his contract at any stage without any risk or liability
   if so found later.

13. Submission of the Tender documents: The tender shall be duly filled in with all the
   required information, submissions, stamped and authenticated on each page and shall
   be submitted to the MCF. the Bidder shall submit all the required information,
   documents as per the tender and shall duly fill the Price Bid as per the instructions
   given in the Price Bid. While filling in the rates in the Price Bid, the Bidder shall take
   special care that there is no discrepancy in the rates mentioned. No page/information
   shall be added or removed from the set of documents submitted after the opening of
   the tender and no correspondence regarding the same will be entertained, unless called
   for by the MCF.

14. Authentication: All documents submitted as. part of the technical Bid should be
   signed by individual in case of individual or sole proprietor or all partners in case of
   partnership firm or by a partner holding Power of Attorney or by duly authorised
   person in case of limited company, giving full name and contact address.

15. No Dues Certificate: If the Bidder is a local Outdoor Advertiser he/she/it has to
    obtain and submit a "No Dues Certificate" from Municipal Corporation, Faridabad. If
    the Bidder fails to do so, his offer will be liable for rejection. However, MCF may
    issue a Eligibility certificate, if it is satisfied that the Bidder has paid all the dues
    pending in this regard.

16. Addenda/Corrigenda: Addenda/Corrigenda to the tender documents may be issued
    prior to the date of submission of tender to clarify or effect modification in the
    specification and/or contract terms and conditions included in the tender document.
    The Bidder shall suitably take into consideration such addenda/corrigenda while
    submitting the tender. The Addenda/Corrigenda shall be issued by the MCF as per
    their usual practice and mode of dispatch. Non- receipt of any such
    Addenda/Corrigenda shall not be the responsibility of the MCF. The Bidder shall not
    be entitled for any claim on MCF or to apply for any time extension on the basis of
    non receipt of any Addenda/Corrigenda. Refusal to accept any Addenda/Corrigenda
    shall make the Bidder liable to be disqualified for the Bid.

17. Transfer of Tender documents: -transfer of tender documents purchased by one
    intending Bidder to another is not permitted.

18. Arbitration: If at any time, any question dispute or differences, whatsoever, shall
   arise between the MCF and the Successful Bidder with regard to or in connection with
   this contract whether during the period of the contract or after its completion, will be
   subject to Arbitration as per the Arbitration Act.

19. Right of Municipal Commissioner: The Commissioner, Municipal Corporation,
    Faridabad re- serves the right to reject any or all the Bids, or to cancel the entire
    tendering process and call fresh offers, without assigning any reasons thereof. No
    Bidder shall have the right to demand any answer/explanation from the
    Commissioner, MCF, in this regard.
                      METHOD OF AWARD OF CONTRACT

1. Short-listed Bidders: Price Bids of only those Bidders who are short listed by the
   MCF, as per their evaluation criteria, shall be opened.

2. Litigation: MCF has a right to reject the Bid of any Bidder, who in the past has been
   involved or has been a party to any litigation of any type in any tender or contract
   executed, even though he might be short-listed. MCF also has a right to cancel the
   contract with the Bidder if the information regarding the litigation is known to the
   MCF at a later date.

3. Though, the Bidder may satisfy the various requirements, they are liable to be
   disqualified if they have made untrue or false representation in any form, in any of the
   statements or accompaniments in the technical bid submissions or if they have any
   records of poor performance such as abandoning the work or not executing the
   contract to the satisfaction of its clients, or financial failures.

4. Bid Acceptance: MCF will notify the successful Bidder that his Bid has been
   accepted, stating clearly the package for which it has been accepted by issuing a Letter
   of Acceptance.

5. Award: The Bidder shall be awarded contract on the basis of Highest Financial bid as
   de- tailed in earlier and later parts of sections, and as per the tender terms and
   conditions and finally accepted by the MCF, after negotiations, if any.

6. Signing of the Contract: The successful Bidder shall immediately on being called
   upon to do so enter into written Agreement with the Corporation for the proper
   fulfillment of the contract on lines similar to or as near thereto as provided
   hereinabove on a non judicial stamp paper of due denomination payable by Bidder.
   The Agreement shall be prepared and endorsed by Municipal Corporation Faridabad
   through its consultant (legal & supervision cost of Rs.10,000/- per tenderable group to
   be paid by the concessionaire) and shall be forwarded to the successful Bidder in due
   course, after the acceptance of tender. Should the successful Bidder not execute the
   Agreement forthwith after the date of its receipt by Bidder, the Corporation may, at its
   option and without prejudice to its other rights or claims against the Concessionaires
   for noncompliance with any of the provisions of these conditions, within one month
   after the receipt of the Agreement by the Concessionaire by notice in writing to the
   Concessionaire, revoke the acceptance of the tender and thereupon the Corporation
   shall not be liable to or for any claim or demand from the Concessionaire in respect of
   any other matter or thing whatsoever in connection with the contract but the
   Corporation shall be entitled to the forfeiture of the earnest money deposited by the
   Concessionaire along with the tender or the security De- posit or both paid by the
   Concessionaire on the intimation of acceptance of this tender.

7. Security Deposit: Within 15 (Fifteen) days from the date of receipt of the Letter of
   Acceptance from the MCF, the. Successful Bidder shall furnish to MCF a Security
   Deposit. The amount of Security Deposit shall be equal to 100% of the total lump sum
   rentals quoted for the one month by the Concessionaire. The Security Deposit shall be
   deposited with the MCF within 7 days of issuing an Acceptance Letter by MCF for
   that particular year. The Security Deposit shall be payable by the Successful Bidder in
   the following manner:

   i.      In the form of Cash/Demand Draft/FOR/TOR of any Bank, issued or endorsed
          in favour of the MCF.

   ii.    Amount of Earnest Money paid while tendering can be adjusted against the
          Security De-posit.

8. Refund of Security Deposit: The Security Deposit will carry no interest. This deposit
   shall be refundable after a period of Six Months from the lastday of this contract.

9. Forfeiture of Security Deposit:

9.1 The Security Deposit whole or part thereof shall be liable to be forfeited without
    prejudice to the Corporation for other claims and rights against the Concessionaire in
    the event of the Concessionaire's failure observe any terms of this contract and or non-
    compliance with the requirements thereof.

9.2 If at any time it is discovered that the Concessionaires have submitted more than one
    tender for the same tender but under different names, with an intention of defrauding
    the MCF by manipulating the Price of the Bids, or have entered into ring tendering, all
    the said tenders shall be rejected or Agreement so entered into, cancelled .and the
    Security Deposit shall be forfeited.

9.3 The Concessionaire shall not be allowed to withdraw his offer at any time and if he
    does so or does not take up the sites being the Successful Bidder, and operationalise
    the con- tract, the MCF shall be entitled to cancel the Agreement entered into and also
    forfeit the entire amount of the Security Deposit as well as EMD.

9.4 If the contract is terminated due to breach by the Concessionaire, then MCF may
    forfeit the Security Deposit.

9.5 The Security Deposit may be Forfeited for reasons as detailed out in the various
    clauses of this tender.
10.   Site Adjustment: If it is found by MCF that the proposed site is objectionable/
      nonfeasible/ affecting the rules, the MCF may ask the concessionaire to remove that
      particular site at concessionaire cost and if possible but not duty bound to MCF, the
      optional site available with the MCF may be allotted after adjusting License fee and
      ground rent decrease/increase as calculated by MCF. Calculation for adjustment will
      be on the basis of cost of offset value of particular site plus percentage rise on the
      particular group the bidder has quoted.

11.   The intending tenderers will quote yearly rental separately for total numbers of sites
      available as mentioned in tender document, category wise of one type of mode of out
      door advertisement. The yearly rental so quoted category wise for total no. of sites
      available in that category should be summed up. For example ( in case of Bus-Q-

      Category     Site available         Yearly rental
                   as per tender          quoted category wise
      'A'                  4                  Rs. X
      'B'                  4                  Rs. Y
      'C'                  3                  Rs. Z
                       ---------              -----------------
                          11                  Rs. (X+Y+Z) = (Total yearly rental
                                                                for Bus-Q-Shelters)

      The same pattern should also be adopted in case of rest of types of advertisements of
      this tender documents.

      It should also be noted that the work will be awarded to single tenderer who quotes
      highest bid in total (the yearly rentals summed up for all types of advertisements)
      provided further if all terms and conditions of tender are fulfilled.

12.   The number of sites of any kind of out door advertisement can be increased or
      decreased and the licence fee/ground fee shall also be increased or decreased
      proportionately exactly on the basis of rates accepted by MCF in this tender. In case
      of increase of sites, their category like A'B'C shall be fixed by Commissioner, MCF
      which will be binding on concessionaire.

                               CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

      1. MCF : shall mean the Municipal Corporation Faridabad, incorporated under the
         Haryana Municipal Corporation Act, 1994, having its office at B.K.Chowk, NIT
2. Contract Sum: shall mean the amount of revenue quoted in the tender as highest
   CS and agreed to be paid by the Successful Bidder to the MCF.

3. Yearly Rental Payable: shall mean average of Total Bid Amount for 3 years
   quoted by Bidder and accepted to pay yearly.

4. Engineer-In-Charge/Officer-in-Charge: shall mean the authorised OFFICER of
   the MCF or his authorised representatives who shall direct, supervise and be in
   charge of the works for the purposes of this contract.

5. Force Majeure Risks: shall mean risks including riots (otherwise than among the
   Success- ful Bidder's employees and Civil commotion (in so far as both these are
   uninsurable), war (whether declared or not), invasion, act of foreign enemies,
   hostilities, civil war, rebellion, revolution, insurrection, military or usurped power,
   any acts of Government, acts of God, such as Earthquake, lightening (except
   flood), third party litigation, political decisions and other causes over which the
   Successful Bidder has no control and which are accepted by the Accepting
   Authority or causes solely due to use or occupation by the MCF of the part of the

6. Tender: shall mean the offer or proposal of the Bidder submitted in the prescribed

7. Addenda: shall mean the written or graphic notices issued prior to the submission
   of the tender which modify or interpret the contract documents including the
   Annexure II and III.

8. Security Deposit: shall mean the deposit to be held by the MCF as security for
   and ensuring the due performance of the contractual obligations by the Successful

9. Contract Period: Shall mean a period of three years.

10. Address: shall mean the address provided for the. correspondence and last known
    address recorded with the MCF.

11. Notice in writing or written notice: shall mean a notice written, typed or in
    printed form delivered personally or sent by post to the last known private or
    business address or registered office of the Entrepreneur/Successful Bidder and
    shall be deemed to have been received in the ordinary course of postal time as it
    would have been delivered.

12. Appointing Authority: for the purpose of Arbitration shall be the Municipal
   Commissioner, MCF.

13. Accepted Tendered Rates: shall mean the rates quoted by the Bidder and
   accepted by the MCF, for the tender.

15. Letter of Acceptance: shall mean intimation by a letter to the Bidder that his
    tender has been accepted in accordance with the provisions contained therein.
16. Order and Instruction: shall respectively mean any written order or instruction
    given by the Officer-In-Charge within the scope of the terms of contract.
       17. No Due Certificate: shall mean the No Due Certificate the Bidder has to submit
          along with the tender, from the MCF, in case of any local Bidder.

Eligibility certificate : shall mean certificate issued by the MCF allowing Bidders to quote.
                         for this tender, if MCF is satisfied that the Bidder has paid all the dues
                         pending with Advertising Department

                        GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

     1. Scope of Contract: This contract is for the grant of the right of displaying
        advertisements on the specified media on the basis of yearly rentals.

     2. The Concessionaire is to install and erect media of specified sizes, shapes, elevation
        & materials only on the demarcated area. In case of any deviation, the
        Concessionaire, apart from that allowed, without the permission of the MCF, then
        MCF may consider it as a violation of the contractual terms and conditions and take
        suitable action as mentioned in the tender. The decision of the MCF in this regard
        will be final.

     3. Concessionaire to incur all expenses: The Concessionaire shall incur all expenses
        related to installation, erection, Civil Construction, Electrical Installation of the
        media and Structural design of designed by Structural Engineer approved by MCF.
        Under No circumstances MCF shall bear any charges related to the installation and
        erection and maintenance of the media. The Concessionaire shall have to get the
        structural plans approved by the structural consultant/Engineer of good repute duly
        okeyed by MCF, at his own cost.

     4. Erection and Removal of Advertisements: The Concessionaire shall be entirely
        responsible for the erection/removal/display of advertisements, as per the terms of
        the contract. In any case, if the media is required to be removed by the MCF, then
        the Concessionaire shall arrange to remove the same and no compensation shall be
        payable to the Concessionaire in this regard.

     5. Subletting: The Concessionaire will be not be allowed to sublet the alloted media
        to other interested parties without the permission of the MCF.

     6. Maintenance & Repair:

          6.1. The Concessionaire shall be responsible for the maintenance and repair of the
               media displayed by them to the satisfaction of the MCF and maintain as per
               the policy norms and submission of structural stability certificate every two
               years during the contract period and shall bear all the expenses and costs
               incurred thereto.

          6.2. Accident & Damage: The Concessionaire shall be responsible for any loss or
               damage to the media for any reason whatsoever, and shall make good the
               damage of loss at their own cost. If in any case, any accident occurs due to
               the media, then the Concessionaire' shall be responsible for rectifying the loss
               so caused. Under no circumstances shall MCF be liable for such accidents.

          6.3. The Concessionaire shall within three days on receiving the notice from the
               MCF make good the fault/fixing of the media to the satisfaction of the MCF
           at their cost. In case, the Concessionaire fails to comply with the notice, the
           MCF may proceed for removal of media and the cost of removable will be
           charged along with penalty, ground rent and license fee.

 7. Permission from the concerned authorities: The MCF shall be responsible to
    obtain/grant all necessary permission (s) from any competent authority (ies) required
    for the display of the media on its property. However, the cost of obtaining all such
    permissions has to be borne by the Concessionaire.

 8. Objectionable Advertisement & Removal of Advertisement:

      8.1. Objectionable advertisements should not be displayed on the boards and the
           decision of the MCF as to what is objectionable within the meaning of this
           clause shall be final and binding upon the Concessionaire. The unsightly /
           untidy /unsafe /indecorous advertisements, advertisements interfering with
           any traffic control device, advertisements offending any law or religion or
           sense of public morality, or defamatory advertisement with the use of name
           or pictorial representation of rational figure or emblem prohibited by law etc
           would normally be considered objectionable.

      8.2. If the MCF feels that the advertisements are objectionable and require its
           removal, then it must be removed within 72 hours of receiving any notice in
           this regard, failing which the MCF shall have every .right .to get the
           advertisement removed at the risk and cost of the Concessionaire. No claim
           for compensation for or arising out of such removal will be paid to the

      8.3. The Concessionaire shall alone be liable for any action or proceedings taken
           by any person or authority in any way concerned with the display of the
           advertisements and the Concessionaire shall indemnify and keep indemnified
           the MCF from and against all such actions and proceedings and the cost and
           consequences thereof under this contract.

9. Compliance of Contract and observance of all. rules and regulations:

   9.1.   If the Concessionaire shall neglect or fail to comply with the contractual terms
           and conditions, the MCF may serve a notice on the Concessionaire asking
           them to follow strictly the contract, and on their further neglect or failure to
           do so, cause the same to be done by the Corporation and recover the costs
           thereof from the Concessionaire without prejudice to any other right the MCF
           may have on account of such defaults.

   9.2.   The Concessionaire shall be responsible for the observance of all Rules and
          Regulations of the Advertisement Policy approved or any amendments
          hereafter from time to time by the MCF. The Concessionaire shall indemnify
          and keep indemnified the MCF from and against all such actions and
          proceedings and the cost and consequences thereof upon failure to meet any
          aforesaid Rule or Regulation have to be borne by Concessionaire.

   9.3.     Labour : No female labourer shall be employed within the limits of

   9.4.   No labourer below the age of 12 years shall be employed on the work.
   9.5.    The contractor shall pay his labourer not less than the wages determined under
            minimum wages act for the District.

   9.6.    Work on Sunday : No work shall be done on Sundays without the sanction in
           writing of Engineer-in-charge.

   9.7.    Contractor liable for payment of compensation to injured workman or in
            case of death to his relations : In every case in which by virtue of the
            provisions of section 12, sub-section (1) of the Workmen's Compensation
            Act, 1923, MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, FARIDABAD is obliged to pay
            compensation to workmen employed by the contractor, in executions of the
            works, MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, FARIDABAD will recover from the
            contractor, the amount of the compensation so paid and without prejudice to
            the right of, MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, FARIDABAD under Section 12
            sub-section (2) of the said Act, MUNICIPAL CORPORATION,
            FARIDABAD shall be at liberty to recover such amount or any part thereof
            be deducted from the security or from any sum due by MUNICIPAL
            CORPORATION, FARIDABAD to the contractor whether under his contract
            or otherwise.

           MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, FARIDABAD shall not be bound to contest
           any claim made against it under section 12, subsection (1) of the said act
           except on the written request of the contractor and upon his giving to
           MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, FARIDABAD for security for all cost for
           which MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, FARIDABAD might become liable
           inconsequence of contesting such claim.

10. Concessionaire's Responsibility Against all claims, Actions and Losses, etc :

   10.1.   The Concessionaire hereby bind themselves to indemnify the MCF against all
           Claims, Actions, Losses, demands, costs, charges and expenses which the
           MCF may incur or be put or which may arise by reason of, the exercise of the
           right to display advertisements hereby granted including all claims or actions
           arising out of any advertisements being challenged or he'd to be libelous or
           defamatory any part thereof from any clause whatsoever land also for any
           claim made by any local authority or any other person in respect thereof or
           any claim for rates or taxes levied in respect of anything done under this

   10.2.   The MCF shall not be responsible for any damage, loss or injury caused to
           any person, property of the MCF or to the third parties during the erection or
           removal of the advertisement media, or due to any other cause including
           electric shocks or breakage or blowing of the media, etc., the Concessionaire
           alone shall be responsible and indemnify the MCF for any harm or injury
           directly or indirectly caused to the life or property.

   10.3.   If at any time during the period of the contract it shall become impossible by
            reason of strike, lockout, shortage of materials, war, fire, flood or any
            Governmental enactment or regulations or such other cause, beyond the
            control of the MCF to fulfill the Contract in accordance with the terms
            hereof, the Concessionaire shall have no claim whatsoever against the MCF
            in respect of any inability or incapacity to fulfill the contract.
11. Payment Terms:

   11.1     The Concessionaire shall pay to the MCF the yearly rentals quoted ,and
           approved, in Four equal installments. The first 100% of three month rental
           has to be deposited within 7 days from the date of receiving letter of
           acceptance, The Concessionaire has to de-posit Post dated Cheques, for the
           next two monthly rentals at the time of signing of contract agreement. During
           the contract period, the Concessionaire shall be entitled to claim any refund
           on rentals on the plea of the obstruction, if any, form on account of execution
           of MCF work only. Any default in payment of the rentals by the Concession
           are as provided for above, besides other remedies open to the MCF under this
           contract and at law, the Concessionaire shall be required to pay to the MCF
           interest @ 0.33% per day on the amount outstanding for the period from the
           due date of the payment as aforesaid, till the date the payment is actually
           received (both days inclusive) by the MCF. If the payment is not made within
           one (I) month of it being due, then the MCF shall be at liberty to terminate
           the contract, and take suitable remedial measures as deemed fit, including
           forfeiture of Security Deposit and seizing of structure erected by

   11.2 In case, the Concessionaire being the Successful Bidder does not commence the
          Con- tract and fail to pay the 5 monthly installment on or before
          commencement date, the MCF shall be entitled to forfeit the Security Deposit
          or Earnest Deposit or both paid so by the Concessionaire and may also
          terminate the Contract, and take suitable remedial measures.

   11.3    The payment is to be made in the form of crossed and Account Payee Demand
           Draft or local Cheques payable at Faridabad, in favor of Commissioner,
           Municipal Corporation, Faridabad.

   11.4    The Concessionaire is to pay the all the rentals, as stated in the Outdoor
          Advertising Policy. even for those periods when the media remains idle/blank.

12. Insolvency of the Concessionaire or Non-Observance of the Obligations of
    the Contract on the part of the Concessionaire.

   12.1    If the Concessionaire shall commit any act of insolvency or shall be adjudged
          insolvent or shall have an order for compulsory winding up made against them
          or pass and effective resolution for winding up voluntarily or subject to the
          supervision of the court or if the concessionaire shall suffer execution to be
          issued or shall suffer any payment under this contract to be attached or shall
          charge or encumber this contract or any payments due or which may become
          due to the MCF there under or compound with their creditors or if the
          Concessionaire fail to observe or perform any of the obligations, covenants or
          agreements on their part herein contained, it shall be lawful for the MCF to
          cancel this contract without prejudice to the rights of the MCF to recover all
          sums due by any rentals or consideration under this contract and damages, it
          may incur in respect of any breach or default of the part of the Concessionaire.

13. Concessionaire all Risk (CAR) Policy.
   13.1   The Concessionaire shall take out CAR policy for the entire period of the
          contract jointly in the name of the MCF and the Concessionaire. All
          amounts/charges towards premium etc., on this account shall be borne by the

14. MCF's help to the Concessionaire:

   14.1   The MCF covenants with the Concessionaire that the Concessionaire observing
          and performing all the terms and conditions of this contract and paying all
          dues, shall be en- titled to exhibit advertisement on media without any let or
          hindrance or obstruction and where circumstances permit shall assist at the cost
          of the Concessionaire to take all necessary action (s) against any person (s)
          infringing the rights of the Concessionaire.

15. Modification to sizes of media:

   15.1    The MCF has a right to increase/decrease the size of the media The
          Concessionaire shall not alter the size of the media without the prior permission
          of the MCF. If it does so, then it shall be treated as breach of contract and MCF
          may take suitable measures.

    15.2.The Concessionaire may give a written request to the MCF of its desire to alter
         (in- crease) the size of the media. The Municipal Commissioner shall be the
         final deciding authority in this regard.

    15.3 In case, MCF accepts the request of the' Concessionaire ;the Concessionaire
         shall de- posit with the MCF, a proportionate increase in. the Ground Rent and
         License fees as per its quotation before granting of permission for increase in
         the size of the media and . within three days of being notified by the MCF of its
         intention to do so. In case of failure, the MCF shall revert back to the old size
         arid follow the procedure as laid out in the contract agreement.

 16. Notice of Termination of the Contract:

    16.1 If during the period of the contract, the MCF has reason to be dissatisfied with
         the Management and/or the representative of the Concessionaire, the MCF may
         by notice in . writing call upon the Concessionaire to remove the cause of such
         dissatisfaction in the way to be indicated in the notice and if the Concessionaire
         shall fail for a period of one month after the receipt of, such notice to remedy
         such causes of the dissatisfaction to the satisfaction of the MCF then not
         withstanding anything contained in the Agreement to the contrary, the MCF
         shall be at liberty at any time thereafter to terminate this contract by giving the
         Concessionaire one month's notice in writing to expire at any time, of its
         intention to terminate this contract and the contract shall on expiry of this
         notice stand cancelled but without prejudice to the rights of either party against
         the other in respect of any matter or thing antecedent to such cancellation.

    16.2 If the Concessionaire withdraws or does not commence the contract and fail to
         pay the first revenue installment as per the letter of acceptance being the
         Successful Bidder, the MCF shall be at liberty to terminate this contract after
         expiry of commencement date by giving the Concessionaire one month's notice
         in writing at any time of its intention to terminate the contract and the same
             shall stand cancelled on the expiry of the date of notice, and the EMD or
             Security Deposit shall stand forfeited.

        16.3 If the Concessionaire has committed any breach of any condition of the
             contract, or is deemed by law, unable to pay his debts as they fall due or
             defaults on the payment of his dues to the MCF, i.e. is adjudged insolverit, or
             being a company passes a resolution for the liquidation of its affairs , or
             assigns, transfers or sublets the contract without the written and prior approval
             of the MCF then the MCF may after giving 14 days notice to the
             Concessionaire, terminate the contract without releasing the Concessionaire
             from any of its obligations or liabilities under the contract, or affecting the
             rights and authorities conferred on the MCF; and may appoint some other
             Concessionaire for the completion of the contract.

        16.4 Upon cancellation of the Contract, the MCF shall evaluate .as .. per its norms,
             the amount of money to be recovered from the Concessionaire as compensation.
             The MCF may re- cover the same from the Security Deposit of. the Successful
             Bidder or from any other payment made by the Successful Bidder under this
             contract or any other contract with the MCF including seizing of material.

    17. If the Concessionaire is an individual or a proprietary concern and the individual or
        the proprietor dies and if the Successful Bidder is a partnership concern and one of
        the partner dies, then the MCF shall be entitled to cancel the Contract, unless the
        MCF is satisfied that the legal representatives of the individual or of the proprietor
        of the proprietary concern and in case of partnership;; the surviving partners, are
        capable of carrying out and completing the Contract as to its uncompleted part
        without the MCF being responsible in any way to payment of any compensation to
        the estate of the deceased Concessionaire and/or the surviving partners on account of
        the cancellation of the Contract. The decision of the MCF shall be final and binding
        in this regard. The MCF reserves the rights to allow the Concessionaire to change
        the constitution of the firm.

18 Foreclosure of the Contract in full or part:

   18.1 If at any time the MCF decides to withdraw all or some of the Media spaces for any
        reason whatsoever and hence not require the all or some of the sites to be used for
        the purposes of advertisement, then the MCF shall be at liberty to terminate or
        suspend the contract even before the expiry of the contract period by giving .one
        month's notice. In the event of foreclosure of the contract the Concessionaire shall
        not be entitled to claim any compensation due to abrupt' termination of the contract
        and shall pay to the MCF rental payment for the period, the advertisement spaces
        were in due up to discontinuance.

19 Additional Conditions Applying to Advertisement by means of kiosks on street
   light poles Illuminated by Electricity:

   19.1.The advertiser shall furnish the full details of the electrical apparatus or installation
        intended to be used. The number, total connected load in K W in detail of lamps,
        total burning hours of glow signs shall be stated in detail. A plan showing the
        proposed arrangements of the sign, etc., shall be submitted for the approval of the
      19.2 The electrical installation shall be erected and maintained by the Concessionaire
           including the efficient earthing of all the metallic parts in accordance with the
           provisions of the Indian Electricity Act and in accordance with the approved plan.

             The arrangement of electricity and its user charges to DHBVNL will be
             arranged/paid by Concessionaire.

      19.3   All external and internal wiring and fittings shall be carried out with the approved
             materials manufactured to the current Indian Standard Specifications/British
             Standard Specifications as approved by the Engineer-in Charge of MCF.

      19.4. The MCF shall not provide any service connection but NOC to DHBVNLis regard
            shall be provided to the concessionaire who shall directly take the meter in his
            name & pay the dues directly to DHBVNL

      19.5. The electrical installation shall not be connected to the electric supply without the
            prior approval, in writing of the Corporation and no addition or alternation shall be
            made to the electrical installation without prior approval from MCF in writing.

      19.6. The MCF reserves the right to have the electrical installation inspected and tested
            at any time by their Electrical Engineering Wing and any defect noticed upon such
            inspections or reveling themselves on any other occasion shall forthwith be
            remedied by the Concessionaire to the satisfaction of the Engineer-in-Charge. In
            the event of the Concessionaire failing to rectify any defects as notified, within a
            reasonable time as specified by the Engineer-in Charge, or in the event of any
            defects being noticed which in the sole opinion of the Engineer-in-Charge is likely
            to cause danger to any person, the MCF will disconnect forthwith the power
            supply to such Kiosks, without any further notice and claim for compensation
            being preferred by the Concessionaire on this account.

      19.7. NOC of Electrical Inspector is necessarily be obtain.

20.      The Concessionaire shall take all the safety measure for the security of the media The
         Concessionaire ensures smooth progress of the contract and takes all steps in this

21.      MCF hs all its right to inspect the site erected/installed media by Concessionaire.

22.      The Concessionaire shall have full regard to the Safety, Security and protection of the
         environment, persons engaged on the project.

23.      The Concessionaire shall at all times take proper care of the works and shall not at any
         time do, cause or permit any nuisance on site or do anything which shall cause any
         unnecessary disturbance or inconvenience to the MCF, its officers, or to the public
         generally; The Concessionaire shall be liable to make good the loss incurred to any
         third person due to him or its staff.
24.      The Concessionaire shall indemnify and keep indemnified. the MCF against all losses
         and claims for injuries or damage to any person or any property whatsoever which
         may arise out of or in consequence of this contract, and against all claims, demand
         proceedings, damages, costs, charges and expenses whatsoever in respect of or in
         relation thereto.'

25.      The Concessionaire shall be entirely responsible for its staff, their payment and shall
         be responsible for all the acts, governmental rules and regulations, ESIC, PF Rules,
         Minimum Wages Act other laws that govern them, etc. MCF shall not be responsible
         for any such acts. The Concessionaire shall make good the loss and indemnify the
         MCF for any costs arising due to non-fulfillment of any such provisions.

26.      All notices or instructions to be given to the Concessionaire by the MCF under the
         terms of this tender and the ensuing contract shall be sent by ordinary post, cable,
         telex, or facsimile at the Concessionaire's last known address or sent to its authorized

27.      Any changes in the constitution of the firm of the Successful Bidder shall be notified
         to the MCF doing with new address, if any.

      27.1   The Concessionaire shall submit the lists of out dooreport along with the detail
             locations every month during the contract period and shall get .it certified from
             Zonal offices. The Concessionaire shall not exceed the number & size of media as
             per the list enclosed in the tender.

      27.2   Time is the essence of this contract. Erection and installation of outdoor media
             sites are to be completed within a time period of 2 (two) months of receiving the
             allotment. In case of the Concessionaire's inability to finish the construction of
             such site in time, without sufficient cause or reason, time period of the kiosks
             would be considered as started from the Ist. day after the completion of two
             months for the purposes of calculation of yearly rentals.
      27.3    In case of a genuine problem faced by the Concessionaire in getting the work
             done on time or due to any Force Majeure Clause and practical difficulties, an
             application maybe made to Zonal Office, explaining the said reason with
             proof/evidence as asked for by the MCF. The MCF, reserves the right to accept or
             reject the application. The application may be accepted and relief may be granted
             solely on MCF's discretion for further one month only. But, if no application is
             made within 15 (Fifteen) days after expiry of the said period of one month the
             MCF will not accept application for extension period. No claim for compensation
             in this regard shall be entertained by, the MCF. The MCF's decision shall be final
             and binding on the Concessionaire.

      27.4   MCF will provide all feasible and pragmatic help to the Concessionaire so as to
             enable them to snake optimum use of the media by helping the Concessionaire in
             taking action against any person/agency/company, which might unjustifiably be
             infringing the rights· of the Concessionaire for that particular medium.
   27.5   The offers will be considered only for the media as grouped by the MCF.

   27.6    In case any media identified by the MCF, is not found feasible to be erected due to
          some genuine reason to the satisfaction of the Engineer-in Charge, then the Bidder
          is at liberty to ask for different location available either get the media deleted
          entirely from the contract and get the relaxation in the yearly rentals.

   27.7   The Concessionaire shall ensure that the kiosks is as per approved design and
          maintained at all times.

   27.8   The design, its elevation, its distance from road edge and other requirements as per
          policy will be finalized by MCF prior to erection of advertisement media of any

   27.9    Any default committed by Concessionaire with the term and condition of contract
          or Outdoor Advertising Policy norm Concessionaire will be liable for termination
          of con- tract and forfeiture of security deposit along with seizing of structure
          erected by Concessionaire.

Bidder has to quote for one year on offset Value calculated by MCF.

Contract shall be, automatically extendable or renewable, upto one year or further on
sole discretion of Municipal Commissioner MCF or as per direction of State Govt. at
relevant time.
                         CONTRACTOR'S LABOUR REGULATIONS

    1.              Short Title :       The Regulations may be called (l) Haryana Public Works
    Department Contracts labour Regulation.
    2.              Definitions : In these regulations unless otherwise expressed or indicated the
    following words and expressions shall have the meaning given hereby against them
    respectively that is to say.
    (a)     "Labour" means workers employed by the contractor directly or indirectly through a
            sub contractor or other person or by an agent on his behalf.
    b)      "Fair Wages" means wages whether for time or piece work notified for the work by
            district authority and where such wages have not been so notified the wages
            prescribed by the Haryana Public Works Department for the district in which the work
            is done.
    c)      "Contractor" shall include every person whether a sub-contractor or headman of agent
            employing labour on the work taken on contract.
    d)      "Wages" Shall have the same meaning as defined in the payment or Wages Act 1936
            and include time and piece rate wages.
    3.      Display of notices regarding wages etc.
            The contractor shall before he commences his work in contract, display and correctly
    maintain and continue to display and correctly maintain a clean and legible condition at
    conspicuous places on the workers. Giving the rate wages which have been certified by the
    Executive Engineer, the Superintending Engineer. The Chief Engineer or Regional Labour
    Commissioner as fair wags and the hours of work for which such wags are earned and a copy
    of such notices to the District Labour Officer.
    4.      Payment of Wages
         (1)        Wages due to every worker shall be paid to him direct.
         (2)        All wages shall be paid in current coin or currency or in both.

    5.     (i)     The contractor shall fix wages period in respect of which the wags shall be
          (ii)     No wages period shall exceed one month.
          (iii) Wages of every workman employed on the contract shall be paid before expiry
                   of ten days after the day of the wage period in respect of which the wages are
          (iv) When the employment of any worker is terminated by or on behalf of the
                   contractor, the wages earned by him shall be paid before the expiry of the day
                   succeeding the one on which his employment is terminated.
          (v)      All the payments of wages shall be made on working day.
6. Wages book and wages slip etc.
(1) The Contractor shall maintain a wage book of each worker in such form as may be
    convenient but the same shall include the following particulars.
               (a)        Rate of daily or monthly wages or contract wages.
              (b)       Name of work on which employed.
              (c)       Nature of work on which employed
              (d)       Total number of days worked during each wage period and total
                        amount payable for the work during each period.
          (e)        All deductions made from the wages with an indication in each case of
                     he ground for which the deduction is made.
          (f)        Wages actually paid for each wage period.
(2)    The contractor shall also maintain a wage slip for each worker employed on the work.
(3)    The authority competent to accept the contract may grant an exemption from
maintenance of wage book and slips to a contactor who in his opinion may not directly or
indirectly employ more than 50 persons on the work.
7.     (1)    Fines and deductions which may be made from wages :7(i) the wages of
worker shall be paid to him without any deduction of any kind except the following:
(a)    Fines.
(b)    Deduction for absence from duty i.e. from the place where by the term of his
employment he is required to work. The amount of deductions shall be proportion to the
period for which he is absent.

(c)     Deduction for damage to or loss of goods expressly entrusted to the employed person
for custody or for less or money for which he is required to account, where such damage or
loss is directly attributable to his neglect or default.

(d)    Any other deduction which the Haryana urban Development Authority may from time
to time allow.

(2)    No fine shall be imposed on a worker and no deduction for damage of loss shall be
made from his wages until the worker has been given an opportunity or showing cause
against such fines or deductions.
(3)    The total amount of fines which may be imposed in any one wage period on a worker
shall not exceed an amount equal to five paise in a rupee of the wage payable to him in
respect of that wage period.
(4)    No fine imposed on a worker shall be recovered from him by installment or after
expiry of 60 days from the date on which it was imposed.
8.     Register of fines act-8 (1) The contractor shall maintain a register of fines and of all
deductions for damage of loss. Such register shall mention the reason for which fine was
imposed or deduction for damage or loss which was made.
    (2)        The contractor shall maintain a list in English and the locals Indian language,
clearly defining acts and commissions for which penalty of fine can be imposed. He shall
display such list and maintain it in a clear and legible condition in a conspicuous place on
9.     Preservation of Books- The wages book, the slip and the register of fine deduction
required to be maintained under this regulation shall be preserved for 12 months after the
date of the last entry made in tem.
10.    Power labour welfare officer to make investigation of enquiry – The Labour
Welfare Officer or any other person authorised by the MUNICIPAL CORPORATION,
FARIDABAD on their behalf shall have power to make enquiries with a view to ascertaining
and enforcing due and proper observance of the wage clause and the provision of these
regulations. He shall investigate into any complaint regarding the default made by the
contractor or subcontractor in regard to such provision.
11.    Report of Labour Welfare Officer – The Labour Welfare Officer or any other
person authorised as aforesaid shall submit a report of the result of his investigation or
enquiry to the Executive Engineer concerned, indicating the extent if any to which the default
has been committed and the amount of fine recoverable in respect of the acts of commission
of the labours with a note that necessary deduction from the contractors will made and the
wages and the other dues be paid to the labour concerned.
12.    Appeal against the decision of the Labour Welfare Officer – Any person agreed by
the decision and the recommendation of the Labour Welfare Officer or other person so
authorised may appeal against such decision to the Labour Commissioner but subject to such
appeal, the decision of the officer shall be final and binding upon the contractor.
13.    Representation of Parties
       (1)     A workman shall be entitled to be represented in any investigation or enquiry
       under these regulations by:
             a)      An officer of a registered Trade Union to which he is a member.
            b)       An officer of Federation of Trade Unions to which the Trade Union
                     refer it in clause (a) is affiliated.
           c)        Where the worker is not a member of any registered union, an officer of
                     registered trade union concerned with, or by any other workman
                     employed in the industry in which the worker is employed.
       (2)    An employer shall be entitled to be represented in any investigation or enquiry
       under these regulations by:
           a)        An officer of an association of employers of which he is a member.
            b)       An office of an association of employees to which the association
                     referred to in clause (a) is affiliated.
            c)       Where the employer is not member of any association of employees by
                     an officer of an association of employers connected with or by any other
                     employer is engaged.

14.    No party shall be allowed to be represented by a lawyer during any investigation
enquiry appeal to any other proceeding under these regulations.
15.    Inspection of Register – The contractor shall allow inspection of the wages slip to
any of his worker or to his agent at a convenient time and places after due notice is received
or the Labour Welfare Officer or any other person authorised by the MUNICIPAL
16.    Submission of return – The contractor shall submit periodically return as may be
specified from time to time.
17. Lecencling of contractor
       Every contractor who exmpoys or who employed on any of the proceeding 12
calender months 20 or more workmen is covered by the Act and is required to obtain a
licence. The contractor should obtain the necessary licence as required under section 12 of
contractor labour (Regulation and Abolition Act 1970) before commencing the work.
18. Amendment- The Haryana Government may from time to time add or amend these
regulations and or any question as to application, interpretation or effect of these regulation
the decision of the Labour Commissioner to Haryana Government or any other person
authorised by the MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, FARIDABAD to that behalf shall be
19. The contractor shall be responsible to provide to the entire satisfaction of the Engineer-
Incharge at his own expense the following amenities for the labour employed by him.
                (a) Suitable temporary hulting accommodation.

                 (b) Trench latrin, bathing enclosure, platforms, separately for men and
                     women and their regular cleanliness. Clean drinking water.

          In the event of his failure to provide any or all the amenities, the same shall be
provide by the MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, FARIDABAD and cost thereof shall be
recovered from the contractor. Any dispute regarding above point shall be settled by the
Engineer-in-charge and his decision shall be final.
                                 FAIR WAGES CLAUSES
(a) The contractor shall pay not less than fair wage to labour engaged by him on the work.

Fair wage means wage. Whether for time or piece work notified at the time of inviting
tenders of the work and where such wages have not been so notified, the wage prescribed by
the Public Works Deptt. Building and road branch, Haryana for the district, in which the
work is done.
(b)     The contractor shall, not with standing the provisions of any agreement to the
contrary, caused to be paid fair wages to labours, indirectly engaged on the work including
any labour engaged by his sub contractors in connection with the said work, as if the
labourers had been directly employed by him.
(c)     in respect of labour directly employed on the works for the performances of the
contractor's part of this agreement the contract shall comply with or cause to be complied
with the Public Works Deptt. Contractor's labours Regulations made by Government from
time to time in regard to payment of wages period, deductions from wages, recovery of
wages not paid and deductions unauthorisedly made, maintenance of wage register, wage
slip, publication of wages and other terms of employment inspection and submission of
periodical returns and all other matters of such like nature.
(d)     The Executive Engineer or Sub Divisional Engineer concerned shall have the right to
deduct, from the money due to the contractor, any some required or estimated to be required
for making good the loss suffered by a worker or workers by reason of nonfulfillment of the
conditions of the contract for benefit of the workers, non-payment of wages or deductions
made from his or their wages which are not justified by the terms of the contract or for non-
observance of the regulation is referred to in clause (c) above.
 (e) Vis-à-vis the MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, FARIDABAD the contractor, shall be
primarily liable for all payments to made under and for the observance of the regulations
aforesaid, without prejudice to his right to claim indemnity from his sub contractors.
(f)     The regulations aforesaid shall be deemed to be a part of this contract and any breach
thereof shall be deemed to be a breach of this contract.
(g)     Attendance card should invariably be issued by the contractors to their workers, which
I should be returned to the contractors concerned at the time' of receiving payment of their
(h)     Before making payment to the contractors, the authorities concerned should obtain a
certificate from the contractor that he has made payment to all workers connected with the
execution of the work, for which the payment is being made.
(i)     The normal working hours of workers employed by contractors for the execution of
work allotted to them should be 8 hours per day with a break of 2 hours during summer, one
hour during winter after continuous work of 4 hours at the most. The spread over should in
no case exceed 10 hours, workers working beyond these hours, should be paid over time
wages, at the double the ordinary rate of their wages, calculated by the hour.

                                          FORMAT: 1
         (FORMAT To be given separately by each partner of the Joint Venture)
I, the undersigned, do hereby certify that all the statements made in the required attachments
are true and correct.
The       undersigned       also    hereby       certifies    that    neither     our     firm
M/s._________________________ nor any of its constituent partners (in case of Joint
Venture / Consortium) have abandoned any contract awarded to us, during the last five years
prior to the date of this Bid.
The undersigned hereby authorise (s) and request (s) any Bank, person, firm or Corporation
to furnish pertinent information, deemed necessary and requested by the Department to
verify this statement or regarding my (our) competence and general reputation.
The undersigned understands and agrees that further qualifying information may be
requested, and agrees to furnish any such information at the request of the Department.

(Signed by an Authorised Officer of the firm)

(Title of the Officer)
(Name of the firm)
Note:- Affidavit to be submitted on stamp paper duly certified.
                         Format 2: ORGANISATION DETAILS
Name of Applica taint:-_______________________________________
   Sr.                        Particulars                                Submission
1.        Name of the application
           (in case of Joint Venture / Consortium the name
          of the lead firm)
2.        Head office address
           Telephone No.
           Fax, E-mail
3.        Branch / Local office address
           .Telephone No., Fax, E-mail
4.        Type of Organisation
           a. Sole Proprietorship
           b. Partnership firm
           c. Company (Private / Public Ltd.)
           d. Joint venture / Consortium)
5         Description of Applicant (e.g. Advertising Agency,
6.        Name (s) and addresses of Contact persons and
          their position in the company
1. Separate sheet may be used whenever required.

2. Separate information sheets are to be attached for each partner of the Joint Venture /
Consortium .

3. Documents submissions are required to be attached to certify the above submissions and
statements made.
                         ADVERTISING MEDIA


Name of Applicant : ____________________________________________

Sr.                     Particulars                           Submission
1          a. Is the applicant currently involved in   Yes / No
          any litigation relating to its contract
          b. If yes, give details

2         a. Has the applicant or any of its           Yes / No
          partners been debarred/expelled by any
          agency in
          India during last five years
          b. If yes, give details

3         a. Has the applicant or any of its           Yes / No
          partners failed to perform on any
          contract work in
          India during last five years
          b. If yes, give details

Note :

1. Separate sheet are to be used for each partner of the Joint Venture
2. If any information in this Format is found to be incorrect or concealed the offer will be
    liable to be rejected.
                    Format 4: Joint Venture/Consortium Details
Name of Applica taint:-_______________________________________
Sr. No.                           Particulars
1.       Name of the Lead partner
2.       Head office Address
3.       Local Office Address
4.       Name of Joint Venture Partner (Max. 3)
5       Details about constituent firms to be provided in separate sheet
6.      Joint Venture Details
           a. Date of Agreement (Copy to be Attached)

             b. Place

7.      Proposed distribution of responsibilities amongst constituent
           a. Financial Distribution

             b. Work Distribution

Note:-Attached Joint Venture and/or Memorandum of Understanding Papers.

                                   BID FORMAT- PART A
Name of Full Address of the firm: (in block letters)

Tel. No.:________________________ Fax No.:_______________________

2. Company / Firm / Entrepreneur doing a similar type of business i.e.; owing or managing
Outdoor Advertising Media of Similar type like Hoarding / Unipoles.
(i) For last 3 years and above
(ii) For less than 3 years but more than 2 years
(iii) For less than 2 years
Tick anyone whichever is applicable.
Note : Attach attested copy of agreement / license Receipt ! any supported document with proof, the
bidder doing the similar type of business for following years mention above.
3. Having successfully completed, without defaulting a tenure of at least 2 years as a
concessionary/license holder of Outdoor Advertising Media of any Govt. or Semi- Govt. body.

                  Applicable                   Not Applicable
Tick anyone whichever is applicable
Note : Attach attested copy of receipt of payment made in. concern to Outdoor Advertising Media to
any Govt. Or Semi-Govt. body i.e.; receipt of ground rent / license fee I other charges related to
Outdoor advertising Media.
4. Proof of doing business in Faridabad related to any Advertising Media

          Applicable                     Not Applicable
Tick anyone whichever is applicable.
Note: Attach attested copy of Business Address proof i.e. electricity bill! telephone bill /
office rent receipt along with rent agreement/receipt of property tax / any other supportive
documents which proves the business is conducted locally. Attach attested copy of Service
Tax Registration No. Division Faridabad.
 Payment made regarding license fee/ ground rent / other charges related to Outdoor
Advertising Media in Faridabad City to MCF / NIT / PWD/ National Highway/ Defence/
Railway / Airport Authority of India / HSRTC / any other Govt. or Semi-Govt. organization
in the Faridabad region.

Tick anyone whichever is applicable.

Note: Attach attested copy of supportive document mention above.

   5. Total net worth of the company I firm I entrepreneur including the net worth of Group of
      Group of Directors I Group of Partners / Individual (as case may be) of the concern which
      has participated in the tender.

                                           Figure in Rs. Lacs

       Sr.No.            Particulars               Year 08-09
          1             Total Assets
          2            Current Assets
          3     Cash, Temporary Investment
                and Current Assets
          4          Total Liabilities
          5          Current Liability
          6     Net Worth (1) - (4)

       Note : Chartered Accountant shall certify total. net worth and supportive document shall be
       certified by gazette Govt. officer.

   6. Turnover over of a company I firm I entrepreneur including turnover of group of directors I
      groups of partners I individual (as case may be) of the concern which has participated in the

       Figure in Rs. Lacs

  Average Last                         Year         Year        Year    Year 08-
  Three- Year Turnover                              06-07       07-08   09
                                       Total Turn

Note : turnover shall be certified by Chartered Accountant and supportive document shall be certified
by Gazette Govt. Officer.

   7. Any other information which the Bidder may have to offer (Please attach)

   8. Details of Earnest Money Deposit


   9. Attached No. Due Certificate or Eligibility Certificate


Note:- Bidder will have right of claim above points only if supportive document attach are genuine
and certified by the Gazette Officer.
                                    BID FORM- PART B
 The Municipal Corporation Faridabad
 Sub:- Tender No. TMX/AD/DMC/ADV/
 We hereby agree to take advertising Media rights of the following media in the area under
 the purview of Municipal Corporation Faridabad subject to the conditions of contract, we
 submit our offer as stipulated below.
Sr.No. Type of Media outdoor Category Nos.          Revenue offered Revenue offered in
       advertisement                                in figure (per words
1       Bus-Q-Shelter                A        4

                                     B        4

                                     C        3

                                   Total      11

2       Unipoles (30'x15')           A        54

                                     B        20

                                     C        10

                                   Total      84

3       Gantries                     A        53

                                     B        2

                                     C        -

                                   Total      55

4.      Kiosk on Electric Poles      A       1062

        (3'x4')                      B        57

                                     C       134

                                   Total     1253

5       Urinals                      A        1

                                     B        2

                                     C        1
                                   Total   4

6      Garbaage Collection           A     7

       Centers                       B     27

                                     C     6

                                   Total   40

7      Attendance Centers            A     2

                                     B     10

                                     C     3

                                   Total   15

8      LED based Video Wall          A     8

                                     B     3

                                     C     -

                                   Total   11

       Grand Total (1 to 7)

Details of EMD Rs.

(If paid by single D.D. of Rs. _________

Draft No.                 Dated:

Drawn on (Bank and Branch)

Signature of Tenderer:


Tel No. Fax:__________________________

Location of Bus Q-Shelter
Sr.No. Location                                          Nos.   Category
  1.    B.K. Chowk Both sides                             2        A
  2.    Neelam Chowk both sides                           2        A
  3.    Hardware Chowk both sides                         2        B
  4.    Bata Chowk both sides                             2        B
  5.    Gopi Colony Old Faridabad )Rajiv Gandhi Chowk)    1        C
  6.    Sector- 22 & 23 Chowk                             1        C
  7.    K.C. Road near NH-IV                                    1         C
                                                      Total     11
Location of Unipols (30'x15')
Sr.No. Location                                                Nos.   Category
  1.    Suiting Range Road between Suraj Kund chowk to          3        A
        Delhi Haryana Boarder near Kant Enclave
  2.    Road from Delhi Haryana Boarder on Pull                 2        A
        Prahaladpur road upto Surajkund chowk.
  3.    Badkhal Suraj Kund road from Suraj Kund Chowk to       10        A
        Ankhir Chowk
  4.    Ankhir Chowk to Badkhal Fly over                        2        A
  5.    Ankhir Chowk to Gurgaon Road T-junction via             3        B
  6.    Sector road between 48 & Ex-Sainik Colony               2        A
  7.    Faridabad-Gurgaon Road                                 10        A
  8.    Road between ESI chowk to Municipal Auditorium          2        A
  9.    120' wide road round Central green                      4        B
 10.    Road between Hardware Chowk to Sohna Road               3        B
 11.    Outer road of Sector 25 from Sohna road to Elson        4        C
        Cotton Mill (JCB)
 12.    Dushera Ground & City Park Ballabgarh                   1        A
 13.    Bye pass road along Agra Canal from Sector 64 to       20        A
        Sector 37
 14.    Green belt along Sector road between sector             6        B
        12,13,14,15 & 15A
 15.    Neelam Bata Road                                        2        A
 16.    Railway road NH-5                                       2        C
 17.    Ballabgarh Sohna road from Ballabgarh Fly over          4        B
        upto MCF boundary of Revenue Estate of Pali
 18.    Neelam Chowk to B.K.Chowk                               4        C
                                                       Total   84

Location of Gantries
Sr.No. Location                                                Nos.   Category
   1. Delhi Haryana Boarder, Suiting Range Road near            1        A
        Kant Enclave
   2. Between Kant Enclave and Silver Jubli Gate                1        A
   3. Silver Jubli Gate, Haryana Tourism                        1        A
   4. Delhi Haryana Boarder on Pull Prahaladpur road            1        A
   5. Suraj Kund Chowk (Round About)                            2        A
   6. Near Herimitaze, Suraj Kund Road                          1
   7. Anangpur Chowk                                            1        A
   8. Near Manav Rachna University                              1        A
   9. New link road to Stone Crusher Zone near MVN              1        A
        Public School
   10. Stone Crusher Zone chowk on Gurgaon Road                 1        A
   11. Ankhir Chowk (Round About)                               2        A
   12. Badkhal Fly Over towards D.M.Road                        1        A
   13. Bhagat Singh Chowk NH-V near ITI                         1        A
   14. Neelam Chowk (one Neelam side & one D.M. road            2        A
  15. B.K.Chowk                                              2    A
  16. Metro Road                                             1    A
  17. E.S.I.Chowk                                            1    A
  18. Maszid Chowk                                           2    A
  19. Hardware Chowk                                         2    A
  20. Bata Chowk Fly over towards D.M. Road                  1    A
  21. T-junction of sector road between sector 23,24         2    A
        connecting Sohna road
  22. T-junction on sector-25 outer road & D.M.Road near     1    A
        Elson Cotton Mill (JCB)
  23. Ambedkar Chowk opp. Gandhi Bhawan                      1    A
  24. T-junction of sector road between sector 3 & 8         1    A
        connecting Bye-pass road
  25. T-junction of sector road between sector 4 & 6         1    A
        connecting D.M.Road
  26. T-junction of sector road between sector 6 & 11        1    A
        connecting D.M.Road near YMCA
  27. T-junction of sector road between sector 8,9           1    A
        connecting bye-pass road
  28. T-junction of sector road between sector 11,12         1    A
        connecting D.M.Road
  29. T-junction of sector road between sector 12,15A        1    A
        connecting D.M.Road
  30. Near Bridge over Gurgaon & Agra Canals and bye         2    A
        pass road (BPTP Bridge)
  31. T-junction of sector road between sector 15A & 16A     1    B
        connecting D.M.Road
  32. Rajiv Gandhi Chowk ( on Pervesh Marg on sector         1    A
  33. Junction of Sector 16,16A,18 & 19 (Lajpat Chowk)       1    B
  34. T-junction of sector road between sector 17,18         1    A
        connecting bye pass road
  35. Both ends of bridge over Gurgaon & Agra Canals         3    A
        (Kheri road)
  36. Tigaon Road                                            1    A
  37. T-junction of sector road between sector 18 & 29       1    A
        connecting bye pass road (IPS-2)
  38. T-junction of sector road between sector 19 & 28       1    A
        connecting D.M.Road (Badkhal Crossing)
  39. T-junction of sector road between sector 29 & 30       1    A
        connecting bye pass road (near SOS School)
  40. On both sides of bridge over Gurgaon & Agra Canal      2    A
        on Tilpat road
  41. Sarai Chowk near D.M.Road                              1    A
  42. T-junction of bye pass road and D.M.Road (Haryana      1    A
  43. Sector 37 T-junction at connecting D.M.Road            1    A
  44. T-junction of NHPC Chowk (towards Spring Field         1    A
                                                     Total   55
Location of Kiosk on Electric poles (3'x4')
Sr.No.  Location                                            Nos.   Category
  1.    Bhagat Singh Chowk near ITI to Neelam Chowk          128      A
  2.    Neelam Chowk to Bata Fly over                         45      A
  3.    Bata Fly over                                         26      A
  4.    Neelam Fly over                                       20      A
  5.    Bata Fly over to Hitkari Chowk                        56      A
  6.    Badkhal-Suraj Kund Road upto Gymkhana chowk           95      A
  7.    Suraj Kund Road from Gymkhana chowk to               294      A
        Surajkund chowk
  8.    B.K. Chowk to Bhagat Singh Chowk                      77       A
  9.    B.K.Chowk to Thermal Colony Sector-22                 75       A
 10.    Rajiv Gandhi Chowk to Bye pass Road                   33       A
 11.    Sector dividing road from D.M.Road to main            80       A
        enterance of BPTP Colony
 12.    100' wide road in Chawla Colony Ballabgarh            22       B
 13.    D.M. Road to Ambedkar Chowk Ballagarh                 14       A
 14.    Mohna road Ballabgarh                                 75       C
 15.    Tigaon road Ballabgarh                                14       C
 16.    Sihi Gate Road                                        45       C
 17.    B.K. Chowk to Neelam Chowk                            13       A
 18.    Road between sector 48 & 49 (Sainik Colony)           38       A
 19.    Badkhal Chowk to Gurgaon Road                         68       A
 20.    Sector 21A & B dividing Road                          35       B
                                                      Total 1253
Location of urinals (Covered under existing tender)
  1.   Old Faridabad New Subzi Mandi Chowk                     1   B
  2.   Neelam Chowk                                            1   A
  3.   Gopi Colony Chowk                                       1   C
  4.   Ballabgarh MCF Office                                   1   B
                                             Total             4
Location of Garbage Collection Centers & Attendance Centers
Sr.No. Location                                             Nos.   Category
  1.    Near K.C.Cinema                                        1   B
  2.    Near NH-4&5 Chowk                                      1   B
  3.    Near NH-3&4 Chowk                                      1   B
  4.    Near Budh Jayanti Park NH-3                            1   C
  5.    Near MCF T/Well opposite 3F Block                      1   C
  6.    Near Between 3F&3E Block outer periphery road          1   B
  7.    Opposite Kalyanpuri Jhuggi                             1   B
  8.    Near Masjid Chowk Sainik Colony Road                   1   A
  9.    NH-2 & 3 Chowk on outer periphery                      1   B
 10.    Near Mahabir Community Center NH-2                     1   B
 11.    Opposite Sport Complex, NH-3                           1   B
 12.    Near ESI Hospital NH-3                                 1   B
 13.    NH-2 ESI on Periphery                                  1   B
 14.    NH-2 & New Pess Colony Boundary                        1   B
 15.    NH-2, opposite N-Block Internal Road of 120' wide      1   B
 16.    Near Lakhani Dharamshala & School                      1   B
 17.    Tikona Park Sabjimandi near Boys Sr. Sec. School       1   A
 18.    Neelam Bata Road                                       3   A
 19.    Railway Road                                        4     B
 20.    Near ITI Gandhi Colony and Kodhi Colony             3     B
 21.    Dussehra Ground, Ballabgarh                         1     B
 22.    City Park Corner                                    1     B
 23.    Sihi Gate – Tigaon Road                             1     B
 24.    MCF land Jain Colony, Ballabgarh                    1     C
 25.    Near Govt. School Sihi Village Pond                 1     C
 26.    Unchagaon                                           1     C
 27.    Near Shashtri Colony on 100' wide sector road       1     B
 28.    Baselwa Colony Road near MCF tubewell               1     C
 29.    Near MCF Zonal Office, Old Faridabad                1     B
 30.    Mahatma Gandhi Colony, Sector-18                    1     B
 31.    New Subji Mandi, Old Faridabad                      1     A
 32.    Near Subji Mandi, Village Ajronda Sector 15A        1     B
 33.    Sector29 Bye pass junction on west side             1     A
Attendance Centers
 34.    Hardware Chowk                                      1     B
 35.    Fire Station NIT Faridabad                          1     A
 36.    NH-1 E Market                                       1     A
  37    NH-2 new Lakhani Dharamshala                        1     B
 38.    New Janta Colony near Baba Deep Singh Chowk         1     B
 39.    Saran Village - Eicher Chowk                        1     B
 40.    Dabua Colony Bijlighar                              1     C
 41.    Dabua Colony Boosting                               1     C
 42.    NH-3 near DAV Collage                               1     B
 43.    NH-4 near K.C.Cinema                                1     B
 44.    S.G.M. Nagar near Boosting                          1     C
 45.    Gandhi Colony near Gurdawara Lepres Colony road     1     B
 46.    NH-5 near Janta Band                                1     B
 47.    Badkhal Chowk                                       1     B
 48.    Water Works Sector 25                               1     B
                                              Total        55
Location of LED based Video Walls
Sr.No. Location                                            Nos.   Category
  1.    Green Belt opposite Nehru Ground                     1    A
  2.    Near NIT Bus Stand                                   1    A
  3.    Bhagat Singh Chowk towards ITI                       1    B
  4.    Corner of Shivaji Park near Mother Diary Booth       1    B
  5.    Hardware Chowk                                       1    A
  6.    Neelam Bata Road                                     1    A
  7.    Masjid Chowk, NIT Faridabad near Sainik Colony       1    A
  8.    Near Subji Mandi, Old Faridabad                      1    A
  9.    City Park, Ballabgarh                                1    B
 10.    Old Octroi Post, D.M.Road, Delhi-Haryana Boarder     1    A
 11.    Near Community Center opposite Sector-15 market      1    A
Sr.No. No. of sites/   Item                                        Reserved Price
       units                                                         per month
1.     11              Bus-Q-Shelter                                    Rs.82,500/-
2.     84              Unipoles Size(30'x15')                       Rs. 59,36,000/-
3.     55              Gantries                                     Rs. 12,49,000/-
4.     1253            Kiosks on street light poles (size 3'x4')      Rs. 5,15,000/-
5.     4               Urinals             with daily mtc.             Rs. 11,460/-
6.      40             Garbage Collection Centre                      Rs. 1,31,200/-
7.      15             Attendance Sheds                                  Rs.67,600/-
8.      11             LED Based Video Wall                          Rs. 11,74,500/-
                                                       Total         Rs. 91,67,260/-

                           Detail of Electronic Video Walls
             In order to modernize the outdoor advertisement media and bring in
the latest technologies, MCF invites applications from reputed companies which
have the necessary resources to set up Electronic LED (Light Emitting Diode)
based Video Wall in different parts of Faridabad.
             The Company which intends to set up the electronic LED Bill boards
should have either the technical capability or valid foreign collaboration
agreement; and financial resources to erect a minimum of 11 Electronic LED
Video Walls in 2 months from the date of the agreement.
             The bid should be submitted as (1) Technical proposal and (2)
Financial proposal and should be kept in main envelops part A & B accordingly
as explained earlier in this tender document.
             Technical proposal Bid Criteria:
              Technical capability and valid MOU for technology support for
                supply and erection of Electronic LED Video Walls in time.
              Resolution of the boards should be 384 x 288 pixels and
                minimum size of each board 6.4 meters x 4.8 meters. 16mm pitch
                or lower.
              The period of license is for 3 years.
 Technology background of the company/foreign collaborator –
   experience and expertise in      LED Video Wall – Screen
   Technology, WAN and Wireless Networking etc.
 The bidding company's paid up capital should be minimum of
   Rs.2.00 crs. (two crores).
 Existing similar video wall network operations preferred.
Financial proposal Bid Criteria:
 Advertisement Fee (payable to MCF) per year.

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