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					       TENDER DOCUMENT
                     FOR
  SUPPORT FROM USO FUND
                     FOR

       SETTING UP & MANAGING
        INFRASTRUCTURE SITES
                     AND
   PROVISION OF MOBILE SERVICES
                      IN
SPECIFIED RURAL AND REMOTE AREAS
                (PART A & B)

                   UNDER

      INDIAN TELEGRAPH RULES
                 AMENDED VIDE
  INDIAN TELEGRAPH (AMENDMENT) RULES, 2004 & 2006



            No. 30-148/2006-USF

        GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
  MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS & IT
DEPARTMENT OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS
 OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATOR, USO FUND


               USF CELL,
     ROOM NO.1405, SANCHAR BHAWAN,
20, ASHOKA ROAD, NEW DELHI-110 001, INDIA


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                         TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION                       SUBJECT                                    PAGE

I      Notice Inviting Tender                                            4-9
II     Schedule of Important Events                                      10
III    General Conditions                                                11-24
IV     Commercial Conditions                                             25-31
V      Technical Conditions                                              32-45
VI     Operating Conditions                                              46-48
VII    Financial Conditions                                              49-52
VIII   Terms of Financial Bid                                            53-58
IX     Special Conditions                                                59-60
X      Definitions                                                       61-62

                                ANNEXURES
A      GENERAL
1      Service Areas for BSO/ CMTS/ UASL Licenses                        63-66
2      State-wise number of Infrastructure sites to be set up            67-87
2A     District Wise Tower Placement Details for various States          88-89
2B     Criteria adopted for arriving at location and number of Towers    90-91
3A     Eligibility proof to be submitted by Infrastructure Providers
       Category-I (IP-Is) (issued by USO Fund regarding shortlisting
       and number of towers)                                             92
3B     List of Shortlisted Infrastructure Providers Category-I (IP-Is)   93
3C     Format for Board Resolution of Parent Company showing
       Equity Percentage and Obligation of the Applicant Company         94
3D     Details of Telecom Service Licenses held by the Bidder
       Company for Part-A and Part- B                                    95
4A     Proforma for Earnest Money Bank Guarantee for Part-A              96
4B     Proforma for Earnest Money Bank Guarantee for Part- B             97
5A     Compliance Statement for Part-A                                   98
5B     Compliance Statement for Part-B                                   99
6      Copy of BSO/ CMSP/ UASL Agreement/
       IP-I Registration Certificate                                     100
7      Format for certification of quarterly claim for subsidy           101-102
8A     Format for Statement of quarterly claim for subsidy
       for Part-A along with Attachments                                 103-105
8B     Format for Statement of quarterly claim for subsidy
       for Part-B along with Attachments                                 106-108
9      Format for Auditor‟s Annual Report on Statement of
       Claim for Subsidy                                                 109
10A    Financial Bid Form for Part-A                                     110-136
10B    Financial Bid Form for Part-B                                     137-163
11A    Proforma for Performance Bank Guarantee for Part-A                164-166
11B    Proforma for Performance Bank Guarantee for Part-B                167-169
12     Monthly Statement of Infrastructure sites provided by
       Infrastructure Providers                                          170



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13    Monthly Statement of rural connections provided by Universal
      Service Providers                                                   171
14    Guidelines for signing of Service Level Agreements between
      Infrastructure Providers & Universal Service Providers              172-174
15A   Guidelines for Tower Installation                                   175-179
15B   Requirements for creation of Civil Structures and
      Electrical Installations                                            180-183
15C   Broad Specifications for Engine Alternator                          184-185
16    List of Indian Standards Referred                                   186-188
17    Format for the Certification for continuation of
      Services Status                                                     189
18    Format for installation of towers in addition to
      the proposed towers                                                 190
19    Format for shifting of towers                                       191
20A   Proforma for self certification by Infrastructure Providers         192-194
20B   Proforma for self certification by Universal Service Providers      195-198

B     TECHNICAL
21    Design of the towers for wind speed 140 KMPH                        199
22    Design of the towers for wind speed 160 KMPH                        200
23    Design of the towers for wind speed 180 KMPH                        201
24    Design of the towers for wind speed 200 KMPH                        202
25    Design of the Foundations for soil bearing capacity=10 MT/SQM
      and wind speed 140 KMPH                                             203
26    Design of the Foundations for soil bearing capacity=10 MT/SQM
      and wind speed 160 KMPH                                             204
27    Design of the Foundations for soil bearing capacity=10 MT/SQM
      and wind speed 180 KMPH                                             205
28    Design of the Foundations for soil bearing capacity=10 MT/SQM
      and wind speed 200 KMPH                                             206
29    Design of the Raft Foundations for soil bearing capacity
      =10 MT/SQM and wind speed 140 KMPH                                  207
30    Design of the Raft Foundations for soil bearing capacity
      =10 MT/SQM and wind speed 160 KMPH                                  208
31    Design of the Raft Foundations for soil bearing capacity
      =10 MT/SQM and wind speed 180 KMPH                                  209
32    Design of the Raft Foundations for soil bearing capacity
      =10 MT/SQM and wind speed 200 KMPH                                  210
33    Design of the Foundations for soil bearing capacity=15 MT/SQM
      and wind speed 140, 160, 180, 200 KMPH                              211
34    Design of the Pile Foundations (Footing details) for soil bearing
      capacity<=5 MT/SQM                                                  212
35    Antenna supporting cage and platform                                213
36    Ladder and cable tray assembly                                      214
37    Template for wind speed 140 KMPH                                    215
38    Templates for wind speed 160 KMPH, 180 KMPH & 200 KMPH              216
39    Base plate, bolt design and shape of bars                           217
40    Boundary wall and General layout details                            218
41    Wind Speed for Tower design in different districts                  219-230


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                                SECTION - I
                         Government of India
                   Department of Telecommunications
                   Universal Service Obligation Fund

                      NOTICE INVITING TENDER
       FOR SETTING UP & MANAGING INFRASTRUCTURE SITES
                             AND
                 PROVISION OF MOBILE SERVICES
             IN SPECIFIED RURAL AND REMOTE AREAS

                        Tender No. 30-148/2006-USF
1.     BACKGROUND OF USO FUND

1.1.   The New Telecom Policy‟99 envisaged provision of access to basic telecom
       services at affordable and reasonable prices in rural and remote areas. The
       financial resources for meeting the Universal Service Obligation (USO) are
       being realized and collected by way of Universal Service Levy (USL), whic h
       is a specified percentage of the revenue earned by the operators holding
       different types of licenses. The NTP‟99 further envisaged that implementation
       of USO for rural and remote area would be undertaken by all Basic Service
       providers, who shall be reimbursed from the USL. Simultaneously, other
       service providers were also to be encouraged to participate in USO
       provisioning subject to technical feasibility and would be reimbursed out of
       the funds from the USL.

1.2    The Universal Service Obligation Fund has come into force from 01.04.2002
       under the Indian Telegraph Act 1885 as amended by Indian Telegraph
       (Amendment) Act, 2003. The Indian Telegraph Act has further been amended
       through the Indian Telegraph (Amendment) Ordinance 2006. The
       implementation of USO Fund is governed by the Indian Telegraph
       (Amendment) Rules, 2004 and Indian Telegraph (Amendment) Rules, 2006
       framed there under.

1.3    The Universal Service Obligation Fund (USOF) provides support for public
       access through Village Public Telephones (VPTs), Rural Community Phones
       (RCPs) and individual access through provision of individual household
       telephones (RDELs) and now intends to provide support for creation of
       infrastructure for provision of mobile services in specified rural and remote
       areas.

2.     RURAL TELECOM SCENARIO

2.1    Rural India comprises of 6,38,499 villages out of which about 44,856 villages
       are uninhabited as per the Census 2001. The remaining 5,94,000 inhabited
       villages account for 72.22 % of the total population of India. Out of 593


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      districts in India, only 9 are entirely urban and the remaining 584 districts have
      rural areas under them.

2.2   USO Fund had hitherto been providing assistance for extending public access
      and individual connections in the rural and remote areas. Despite rapid and
      steady growth in tele-density, the urban-rural divide continues. The current
      rural teledensity is about 1.84 % as compared to urban teledensity of 49.53 %.
      The Government of India is determined to bridge this gap because access to
      telecom services will play a crucial role in the overall development and growth
      of the rural areas. Mobile services, which have brought about a revolution in
      the urban areas, can be effectively used to provide telecom services to people
      in the rural and remote areas also at affordable and reasonable prices.

2.3   In order to provide faster connectivity to all rural areas, inclusion of mobile
      services in the roll-out of rural household lines has been under the
      consideration of the Government. Under the proposed infrastructure project,
      only those rural and remote areas will be covered where fixed wireless or
      mobile services are not being provided currently. The focus will be entirely on
      rural and remote areas; hence towns and cities will be excluded from the
      purview of the proposed support. Information in respect of the existing towers,
      as available, has been plotted on a GIS map and the same is being utilized for
      this project to enable identification of rural and remote areas not covered by
      mobile services.

2.4   It is contemplated to provide financial support for setting up infrastructure
      which will enable a faster roll out of mobile services in the rural areas.
      Keeping in view the fact that the area to be covered is very large and that the
      ultimate objective is to provide telecom service at affordable prices and also
      the infrastructure is capital intensive, overall expenditure can be kept at a low
      level through sharing of the infrastructure.

3.    Indian Telegraph (Amendment) Rules, 2006 inter-alia, envisages support for
      creation of infrastructure for provision of Mobile Services in rural and remote
      areas. The present tender is to implement the provisions contained in the
      Indian Telegraph Rules and has been formulated under the powers vested in
      the Administrator in accordance with Rule 524 (i) of the Indian Telegraph
      (Amendment) Rules, 2004.


4.    NOTICE INVITING TENDER

4.1   On behalf of the President of India, sealed tenders are hereby invited
      from existing Basic Services Operators (BSO), Cellular Mobile Telephone
      Service (CMTS) Providers, Unified Access Services Licensees (UASL) and
      Shortlisted Infrastructure Providers Category-I (IP-Is) for the scheme of
      “Support from USO Fund for Setting up and Managing Infrastructure
      Sites and Provision of Mobile Services in specified rural and re mote areas
      of the country”. Support from USO Fund shall be provided to the
      successful bidder(s) on the Representative Rate arrived through a multi



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       stage bidding process. This Representative Rate shall be provided each
       year on quarte rly basis in arrears for a period of five years.

4.2.   DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF THE SCHEME

       The scheme is to be implemented in two concomitant parts – Part-A
       (Shareable Components) and Part-B (Non-Sharable Components). Part-A
       relates to setting up of infrastructure sites comprising of land, tower, power
       connection, power backup and associated civil and electrical works in order to
       cater to the requirement of three Access Service Providers by sharing this
       infrastructure for providing mobile services. Part-B relates to provisioning of
       mobile services by Access Service Providers by installation of BTS with
       associated antennas and backhaul. While initially the infrastructure created
       will be used primarily for voice telephony, the same infrastructure can also be
       used to provide broadband services.

4.3    SCOPE OF WORK FOR „PART-A‟ OF THE SCHEME

       USO Fund intends to provide subsidy support for Part-A of the Scheme to the
       Infrastructure Providers Category-I (IP-Is) shortlisted by Administrator USOF
       and existing Basic Services Operators (BSO), Cellular Mobile Telephone
       Service (CMTS) Providers and Unified Access Services Licensees (UASL)
       [Hereinafter referred to as „Infrastructure Providers (IPs)”] for creation
       of infrastructure for provision of mobile services in the specified rural and
       remote areas. Facilitation by USOF shall be in form of subsidy support as a
       percentage of Capital Recovery for setting up the infrastructure. The IPs will
       be required to take up

       (i)     Installation of telecom towers on the land acquired by them for this
               purpose in the specified villages spread across the country as specified
               in the Tender Document,

       (ii)    Provision of electrical connection of specified capacity,

       (iii)   Provision of Engine Alternator as per specifications,

       (iv)    Construction of boundary wall and security cabin etc. as per
               specifications,

       (v)     Operation and maintenance of the infrastructure so created

4.4    SCOPE OF WORK FOR „PART-B‟ OF THE SCHEME

       USO Fund intends to provide subsidy support for Part-B of the Scheme to the
       existing Basic Services Operators (BSO), Cellular Mobile Telephone Service
       (CMTS) Providers and Unified Access Services Licensees (UASL)
       [Hereinafter referred to as „Universal Service Providers (USPs)”] for
       provision of mobile services in the specified rural and remote areas by sharing
       the infrastructure created as per Part-A of the Scheme. Facilitation by USOF
       shall be in form of subsidy support as a percentage of Capital Recovery for


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           providing the equipment at the infrastructure site. The USPs will be required
           to install

           (i)     BTS along with Battery & Power Plant as per specifications given in
                   the Tender Document

           (ii)    Associated antennas as per specifications

           (iii)   Backhaul, and

           (iv)    Provide mobile services as per the terms and conditions of the Service
                   License.

4.5        Other Wireless Access Services like Wireless on Local Loop (WLL) using
           Fixed/ Mobile terminals can also be provided by the successful USPs sharing
           the infrastructure so created under Part-A of the Scheme.

5.         For and on behalf of the President of India, the Administrator, Universal
           Service Obligation Fund, (Hereinafte r referred to as “Administrator”)
           proposes to enter into Agreement(s) for the above scheme in the specified
           Revenue District/ Group of Revenue Districts of the following Service Areas:

     Sl.                                     Service Area
     No.
     01.     Andhra Pradesh Telecom Circle
     02.     Assam Telecom Circle
     03.     Bihar Telecom Circle (inclusive of State of Bihar & Jharkhand )
     04.     Gujarat Telecom Circle
     05.     Haryana Telecom Circle
     06.     Himachal Pradesh Telecom Circle
     07.     Jammu & Kashmir Telecom Circle
     08.     Karnataka Telecom Circle
     09.     Kerala Telecom Circle
     10.     Madhya Pradesh Telecom Circle (inclusive of State of Madhya Pradesh &
             Chhattisgarh)
     11.     Maharashtra Telecom Circle
     12.     North East Telecom Circle (including of states of Arunachal Pradesh,
             Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura)
     13.     Orissa Telecom Circle
     14.     Punjab Telecom Circle
     15.     Rajasthan Telecom Circle
     16.     Tamilnadu Telecom Circle
     17.     Uttar Pradesh (West) Telecom Circle (Comprising of area covered by
             Western Uttar Pradesh and State of Uttaranchal)
     18.     Uttar Pradesh (East) Telecom Circle
     19.     West Bengal Telecom Circle (including Sikkim and Andaman & Nicobar
             Islands)
     20.     Chennai Metro City Service Area




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(a)   Yenum, an area of Union Territory of Pondicherry is served under Andhra
      Pradesh Telecom Circle in East Godavari LDCA.

(b)   The definition of local areas with regard to the above Service Area as
      applicable to this License is as per definition applicable to Cellular Mobile
      Service Licenses as in the year 1994 & 1995, when those Licenses were
      granted to them. This is in accordance with respective Gazette Notification for
      such local areas wherever issued, and where no specific Gazette Notification
      has been issued, as per the definition under Rule 2 (w) Indian Telephones
      Rules, 1951, as it stood during the year 1994/1995.

(c)   The Service Areas for which the Agreement are to be entered into shall be the
      same and co-extensive with the named Service Areas as those of existing
      licenses of BSOs, CMSPs and UASLs and more particularly as described in
      Annexure-1. Reorganization of Telecom Circle or Metro City or change of
      Local Area, if any, during the operative period of the Agreement will have no
      effect on the territory comprised in Service Area.

(d)   The Service Areas refer to Telecom Circle Service Area or Metro City Service
      Area and not the state geographical areas.

6.    The BSOs, CMSPs and UASLs are eligible to bid for both Part-A & Part-B of
      the Scheme in a Service Area for which they hold a License for providing
      Basic/ Cellular/ Unified Access Services subject to fulfilling of eligibility
      criteria as prescribed in this Tender Document. The Shortlisted Infrastructure
      Providers (IPs) are eligible to bid only for Part-A of the scheme subject to
      fulfilling of eligibility criteria as prescribed in this Tender Document.

7.    Bids are invited District/ Group of Districts wise in a Service Area for the
      specified areas where there is no existing fixed wireless or mobile coverage.
      The list of specified areas to be covered in the Districts/ Group of Districts is
      provided at Annexure-2 & Annexure-2A of the Tender Document. The
      agreements shall be entered into with the successful IPs/ USPs on Districts/
      Group of Districts basis in that Service Area.

8.    It shall be the responsibility of the successful bidders for Part-A and Part-B to
      set up, operate, maintain and manage the respective infrastructure required for
      effective provision of mobile services for the period of the Agreement, in the
      specified rural and remote areas for which bids are submitted.

9.    Support at the rate emerging from the bidding process shall be given for the
      infrastructure sites for Part-A and provision of mobile services in Part-B on
      production of certificates as per the formats prescribed in the Tender
      Document.

10.   The successful bidder(s) shall setup and provide (i.e. procure, install, test,
      commission), operate and maintain the infrastructure site and mobile services
      as per the terms and conditions laid down in the Agreement. A draft copy of
      the Agreement along with clarification to Tender Document shall be made



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      available after pre-bid conference and at least 7 days before last date for
      submission of the bids.

11.   The bidders may obtain the tender document along with relevant specifications
      from the USF Section, Room No. 1405, Sanchar Bhawan, 20, Ashoka
      Road, New Delhi on payment of Rs. 25,000/- (Rupees Twenty Five
      Thousand only), non-refundable, in the form of a Account Payee Demand
      Draft drawn on any Scheduled Bank in New Delhi, in favour of the “Pay &
      Accounts Officer (HQ), Department of Telecom. Ne w Delhi”. The Tender
      Document may be purchased on any working day between 14:00 Hrs. to
      17:00 Hrs. from 18.01.2007 to 09.02.2007. Only one Tender document is
      required to be purchased for submission of bids for any number of Districts/
      Group of Districts spread over different Service Areas for both Part-A and
      Part-B of the Scheme. The Tender Document is also available on DOT web
      site www.dot.gov.in, which can be used only for information by interested
      parties.




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                                  SECTION - II
        TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF IMPORTANT EVENT DATES
                                                   (Unless otherwise notified separately)
1.    Start of sale of Tender Document                                 18.01.2007
      Receipt of letters seeking clarification, if any,
2.                                                               29.01.2007 (1600 Hrs)
      from Bidders.
3.    Pre-bid conference                                               31.01.2007
      Issue of comprehensive clarifications along with
4.                                                                     05.02.2007
      draft Agreement document
5.    Last date for sale of tender document                      09.02.2007 (1700 Hrs)
      Last date for submission of bids for
6.    pre-qualification, first financial bids, earnest           12.02.2007 (1600 Hrs)
      money bank guarantee
      Opening of Pre-Qualification Bids (Part-A &                13.02.2007 (1100 Hrs)
7.
      Part-B)
      Declaration of Pre-Qualified bidders (Part-A &                   19.02.2007
8.
      Part-B)
9.    Opening of first financial bids (Part-A & Part-B)          20.02.2007 (1100 Hrs)
      Declaration of short- listed bidders of         first            26.02.2007
10.
      financial bids (Part-A & Part-B)
      Last date for Submission of second Financial bids          28.02.2007 (1100 Hrs)
11.
      (Part-A & Part-B)
      Opening of second financial bids (Part-A & Part-           28.02.2007 (1200 Hrs)
12.
      B)
      Declaration of short listed bidder(s) of Second
13.                                                                    05.03.2007
      financial bids (Part-A & Part-B)
      Notice for entering into an Agreement (Issue of
14.                                                                    05.03.2007
      Letter of Intent) (Part-A & Part-B)
      Acceptance of Offer for Agreement (Part-A &                      12.03.2007
15.
      Part-B)
      Submission of Performance Bank Guarantee by
16.                                                                    19.03.2007
      successful bidders (Part-A & Part-B)
      Signing of Agreement By the date specified in           By the date specified in LoI,
17.
      LOI (Part-A & Part-B)                                    Day 19.03.2007 onwards

NOTE:

The dates of events may be changed at the discretion of Administrator without
assigning any reason. Such change of dates, if any, will be suitably notified only
to those who purchased the tender document. The notification will also be put
up on DoT we bsite www.dot.gov.in



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                               SECTION - III
                        GENERAL CONDITIONS

A.    INTRODUCTION

1.    FOR AND ON BEHALF OF The President of India, the Administrator,
      Universal Service Obligation Fund, Department of Telecom, proposes to enter
      into Districts/ Group of Districts-wise Agreements with IPs for setting up
      and managing infrastructure sites under Part-A of the scheme in rural and
      remote areas of the country in the specified Districts/ Group of Districts in a
      Service Area as described in Section-I and as per details provided in
      Annexure-2 & Annexure-2A.

2.    FOR AND ON BEHALF OF The President of India, the Administrator,
      Universal Service Obligation Fund, Department of Telecom, also proposes to
      enter into Districts/ Group of Districts-wise separate agreements with USPs
      for installation of the equipme nt under Part-B of the scheme for provision
      of mobile services in rural and remote areas of the country in the specified
      Districts/ Group of Districts in a Service Area as described in Section-I and as
      per details provided in Annexure-2 & Annexure-2A.

3.    Technical, Commercial, Operating, Financial Conditions, Terms of Financial
      Bid, Special Conditions and other General conditions are given in this Tender
      Document. The Agreements containing terms and conditions will be broadly
      in line with this tender document including clarification(s) issued, if any. The
      Agreement(s) will be signed with the successful bidder(s).

4.    The IPs/ USPs shall always be liable to perform the obligations under these
      Agreements during the validity period of the Agreements. The terms and
      conditions of this tender document apply at all stages of the bidding process
      (from submission of initial bid till signing of the agreements) and the bidders
      must ensure compliance to these conditions at each stage of the process. For
      non-compliance to these conditions, Administrator reserves the right to
      disqualify any bidder, at any stage of the bidding process.

5.    ELIGIBLE BIDDERS

5.1   For Part-A, the bidder must be an Infrastructure Provider Category-I (IP-I)
      shortlisted by Administrator USOF or the Licensed BSOs/ CMSPs/ UASLs for
      the Service Area for which the bid is submitted.

5.2   The Shortlisted Infrastructure Providers (IP-Is) are eligible to bid for all the
      specified infrastructure sites (proof to be submitted as per Annexure-3A). The
      list of the Shortlisted Infrastructure Providers is attached at Annexure-3B.
      The format for the Board Resolution from the Parent Company, if applicable,
      is attached at Annexure-3C. The BSOs/ CMSPs/UASLs are eligible to bid for
      all the specified infrastructure sites in their respective licensed Service Areas.




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5.3   For Part-B, the bidder must be the Licensed BSO or CMSP or UASL and
      having spectrum allocated from WPC for the Service Area for which the bid is
      submitted.

5.4   The bidder shall strictly comply with General, Technical, Commercial,
      Financial, Operating, Special Conditions and Terms of Financial Bid
      described in the Tender Document.

6.    COST OF BIDDING

      The bidder shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and submission
      of the bid. The Administrator will, in no case, be responsible or liable for these
      costs, regardless of the conduct or outcome of the biding process.

B.    THE BID DOCUMENTS

7.1   The Bidder is expected to examine all instructions, forms, terms and
      specifications in the Tender Document. Failure to furnish all information
      required as per the Tender Document or submission of the bids not
      substantially responsive to the Tender Document in every respect will be at the
      bidder‟s risk and may result in rejection of the bid.

7.2   The Tender Document shall be supplied along with a signed copy of the
      Financial Bid Form for Part-A/ Part-B of the scheme. For purposes of
      information, the copy of the Tender Document can be downloaded from the
      DoT Website. In case, any deviation is found in the downloaded copy of the
      Tender Document, the contents of the hardcopy supplied as Tender Document
      shall prevail. The bidders are required to submit the Financial Bids in
      Financial Bid Form supplied along with the Tender Document purchased from
      the USO Fund as per Clause 11 of Section-I: Notice Inviting Tender.

8.    CLARIFICATION OF TENDER DOCUMENT

8.1   Prospective bidders, if they so desire, may send any of their queries on the
      conditions of this Tender Document in writing or by FAX to Assistant
      Director General, USO Fund, DOT, Room No.1405, Sanchar Bhawan,
      Ashoka Road, New Delhi-110 001, so as to reach latest by 1600 hours of
      29.01.2007. The queries so received shall be clarified in the pre-bid
      conference to be held on 31.01.2007. No new queries shall be taken up in the
      pre-bid conference.

8.2   Consolidated replies to the relevant queries will be communicated in writing
      by the Administrator to all the prospective bidders and shall form part of the
      Tender Document.

9.    AMENDMENT OF BID/TENDER DOCUMENT

9.1   At any time, before the last date of submission of Bids, the Administrator may,
      suo- motu or in response to a clarification requested by a prospective bidder,
      modify the Tender Document by making suitable amendments.


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9.2    The amendments, if any, will be notified in writing or by FAX to all
       prospective bidders who purchased the Tender Document. In addition, the
       amendments shall be notified on DoT website www.dot.gov.in. These
       amendments shall form part of Tender Document and shall be binding for
       compliance on the bidders.

9.3    In order to afford time to prospective bidders for taking the amendments into
       account while preparing their bids, the Administrator may extend the deadline
       for the submission of bids so as to give minimum of five Calendar Days time
       after such amendment.

C.     PREPARATION OF BIDS

10.    DOCUMENTS COMPRISING THE BID

       The bid prepared by the bidder shall comprise the following components:

       (a)   Documents in accordance with Clause 5 & 12 of Section-III: Ge neral
             Conditions that the bidder is eligible to bid and is qualified to perform
             the contract if his bid is accepted.

       (b)   Bid Security/ EMBG furnished in accordance with Clause 13 of
             Section-III: General Conditions.

       (c) Compliance statement as per the specified format in Annexure-5A &
           Annexure-5B.

       (d) Financial Bid Form completed in accordance with Annexure-10A &
           Annexure-10B.

11.    FINANCIAL BID FORM

       The bidder shall complete the financial bid form only in the signed Financial
       Bid Form supplied along with the Tender Docume nt, indicating the rates to
       be quoted against the benchmark value as per details given in Section-VIII:
       Terms of Financial Bid of the Tender Document.

12.    DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED ESTABLISHING BIDDER‟S
       ELIGIBILITY AND PRE-QUALIFICATION FOR PART-A & PART-B

12.1   Following Documents are required to be submitted along with the
       Pre-Qualification Bid (s) for Part-A/ Part-B of the Scheme:

       (i)    Copy of the Basic Service (BSO)/ Cellular Mobile Telephone Service
              (CMTS)/ Unified Access Services License (UASL) Agreement along
              with subsequent amendments, if any, for the Service Area for Part-A/
              Part-B of the scheme.




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       (ii)     The Shortlisted Infrastructure Providers will have to submit a copy of
                the letter issued by Administrator indicating their shortlisting to bid for
                Part-A of the Scheme.

       (iii)    In case, Shortlisted Infrastructure Provider has drawn upon 100%
                technical and financial capability of its Parent company for the purpose
                of evaluation, a legally binding undertaking supported by a Board
                Resolution, as per the format prescribed in Annexure-3C, is to be
                submitted along with the Bid for Part-A of the scheme from its Parent
                Company indicating the share of Parent Company in the Applicant
                Company and that all the equity investment obligations of the
                Infrastructure Provider shall be deemed to be equity investment
                obligations of its Parent Company and in the event of any default the
                same shall be met by the Parent Company.

       (iv)     Details of Telecom Service Licenses held by the Bidder Company and
                the allocated spectrum from WPC (CDMA/ GSM/ Microwave etc.) for
                Part-B of the Scheme as per Annexure-3D.

       (v)      Earnest Money Bank Guarantees (EMBGs) for a sum as specified in
                Clause 13.1 for Part-A of the scheme in prescribed manner as per
                Annexure-4A.

       (vi)     Earnest Money Bank Guarantees (EMBGs) for a sum as specified in
                Clause 13.2 for Part-B of the scheme in prescribed manner as per
                Annexure-4B.

       (vii)    Compliance to General, Technical, Commercial, Financial, Operating,
                Special Conditions and Terms of Financial Bid of the Tender
                Document for Part-A of the scheme in the form of the Compliance
                Statement (Annexure -5A).

       (viii)   Compliance to General, Technical, Commercial, Financial, Operating,
                Special Conditions and Terms of Financial Bid of the Tender
                Document for Part-B of the scheme in the form of the Compliance
                Statement (Annexure-5B).

       (ix)     Proof of purchase of Tender Document from USO Fund for Part-A/
                Part-B of the scheme.

       (x)      Power of Attorney in favour of Authorized Signatory along with
                supporting Board Resolution for Part-A/ Part-B of the scheme.

12.2   Documents required to be submitted along with the Financial Bid (s) for
       Part-A/ Part-B of the scheme:

       (i)      Financial bid form for Part-A of the scheme (Annexure-10A)
       (ii)     Financial bid form for Part-B of the scheme (Annexure-10B)
       (iii)    Compliance Statement for Part-A of the scheme (Annexure -5A).


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       (iv)   Compliance Statement for Part-B of the scheme (Annexure-5B).

13.    BID SECURITY/ EARNEST MONEY

13.1   The bidder for Part-A of the scheme shall furnish a Bank Guarantee issued by
       any Scheduled Bank for the amount towards Earnest Money as shown against
       the State as given below (Annexure-4A), valid for 45 days beyond the initial
       bid validity of 180 calendar days i.e. 225 days (and extendable at the request
       of the Administrator for a further period of 180 days) for the specified District/
       Group of Districts in the Service Areas in the prescribed format as given in
       Annexure-4A. The amount of EMBG shall remain the same for a State
       irrespective of number of Districts/ Group of Districts for which the bid is
       submitted.

              Table: Amount of EMBG to be submitted for Part-A

                   State Name                 EMBG for Part-A (in Lakhs)
          Andhra Pradesh                                 40
          Arunachal Pradesh                              20
          Assam                                          20
          Bihar                                          40
          Chennai                                        20
          Chhattisgarh                                   40
          Gujarat                                        20
          Haryana                                        20
          Himachal Pradesh                               40
          Jammu and Kashmir                              20
          Jharkhand                                      40
          Karnataka                                      40
          Kerala                                         20
          Madhya Pradesh                                 40
          Maharashtra                                    40
          Manipur                                        20
          Meghalaya                                      20
          Mizoram                                        20
          Nagaland                                       20
          Orissa                                         40
          Punjab                                         20
          Rajasthan                                      40
          Sikkim                                         20
          Tamil Nadu                                     40
          Tripura                                        20
          Uttar Pradesh                                  40
          Uttaranchal                                    40
          West Bengal                                    20


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13.2   The bidder for Part-B of the scheme shall furnish a Bank Guarantee issued by
       any Scheduled Bank for the amount towards Earnest Money as shown against
       the State as given below (Annexure-4B), valid for 45 days beyond the initial
       bid validity of 180 calendar days i.e. 225 days (and extendable at the request
       of the Administrator for a further period of 180 days) for the specified District/
       Group of Districts in the Service Areas in the prescribed format as given in
       Annexure-4B. The amount of EMBG shall remain the same for a State
       irrespective of number of Districts/ Group of Districts for which the bid is
       submitted.

              Table: Amount of EMBG to be submitted for Part-B

                   State Name                EMBG for Part-B (in Lakhs)
          Andhra Pradesh                                20
          Arunachal Pradesh                             10
          Assam                                         10
          Bihar                                         20
          Chennai                                       10
          Chhattisgarh                                  20
          Gujarat                                       10
          Haryana                                       10
          Himachal Pradesh                              20
          Jammu and Kashmir                             10
          Jharkhand                                     20
          Karnataka                                     20
          Kerala                                        10
          Madhya Pradesh                                20
          Maharashtra                                   20
          Manipur                                       10
          Meghalaya                                     10
          Mizoram                                       10
          Nagaland                                      10
          Orissa                                        20
          Punjab                                        10
          Rajasthan                                     20
          Sikkim                                        10
          Tamil Nadu                                    20
          Tripura                                       10
          Uttar Pradesh                                 20
          Uttaranchal                                   20
          West Bengal                                   10




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13.3   After signing of Agreement, the Earnest Money Bank Guarantee will be
       returned to the successful bidder(s). The bank guarantees of others, unless
       otherwise forfeited shall, also be returned within seven days after signing of
       Agreement with successful bidder(s).

13.4   A bid not secured in accordance with para 13.1 for Part-A and para 13.2 for
       Part-B shall be rejected by the Administrator being non-responsive at the bid
       opening stage and returned to the bidder unopened.

13.5   The bid security may be forfeited:

       (a)     If the bidder withdraws his bid during the period of validity of bids

       (b)     In the case of successful bidder, if the bidder fails :

       (i)     To sign the Agreement in accordance with Clause 26 of Section-III:
               General Conditions or

       (ii)   To furnish Performance Bank Guarantee in accordance with Clause 26
               of Section-III: General Conditions

       (c)     In both the above cases, i.e. 13.5 (a) & (b), the bidder will not be
               eligible to participate in any Tender floated by USO Fund for three
               years from the date of issue of LOI.

14.    PERIOD OF VALIDITY OF BIDS

14.1   The offer contained in the bid shall remain valid for a minimum period of 180
       calendar days from the date of bid opening, further extendable by a period or
       periods not exceeding in all another 180 days at the request of the
       Administrator. The extension shall be with the consent of the bidder company.
       The period during which there is any stay on the bidding process by a court or
       tribunal shall be excluded while counting the number of days stated above.

14.2   A bid valid for a shorter period shall be rejected by the Administrator being
       non-responsive.

14.3   In exceptional circumstances, the Administrator may request the consent of
       the bidder for an extension to the period of bid validity. The request and the
       response thereto shall be made in writing. The bid security (EMBG) provided
       under Clause 13 shall also be suitably extended. The bidder may refuse the
       request without forfeiting his bid security. A bidder accepting the request for
       extension will not be permitted to modify his bid.

15.    FORMAT AND SIGNING OF BID

15.1   The bidder shall prepare one complete set of original bid and make 4 copies of
       the same clearly marking one as „Original Bid‟ and remaining 4 as „Copy
       No:1, Copy No:2, Copy No:3, Copy No:4‟ for both Part-A and Part-B of



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       the scheme separately. In the event of any discrepancy between the copies,
       the original shall govern.

15.2   The original and all copies of Bid except for un-amended printed lite ratures
       shall be typed or printed and all the pages numbered consecutively and shall be
       signed by the bidder or a person or persons duly authorized to bind the bidder
       to the contract. The letter of authorization shall be indicated by written power-
       of-attorney accompanying the bid.

15.3   The bid shall contain no interlineations, erasures or overwriting except as
       necessary to correct errors made by the bidder in which case such corrections
       shall be signed by the person or persons signing the bid.

D.     SUBMISSION OF BIDS

16.    SEALING AND MARKING OF BIDS

16.1   The bids for Part-A of the scheme shall be submitted in two sealed covers –
       Sealed Cover-IA for Pre-Qualification Bid & Sealed Cover-IIA for First
       Financial Bid. Similarly, the bids for Part-B of the scheme shall be submitted
       in two sealed covers – Sealed Cover-IB for Pre-Qualification Bid & Sealed
       Cover-IIB for First Financial Bid.

16.2   Bids can be submitted for one or more Districts/ Group of Districts in the
       Service Areas as stated in Section-I: Notice Inviting Tende r by purchasing
       only one Tender Document but Service Area wise Earnest Money Bank
       Guarantee applicable for the different Service Areas shall be submitted
       irrespective of the number of Districts/ Group of Districts in that Service Area
       bid for.

16.3.1 Sealed Cover-IA shall contain one ORIGINAL and four copies of Pre-
       Qualification Bid for Part-A comprising compliance in the prescribed
       Proforma as per Annexure-5A in respect of General, Commercial, Technical,
       Operating, Financial, Terms of Financial Bid and Special Conditions as per
       Section-III to Section-IX and separate Earnest Money Bank Guarantee
       (EMBG) as per Clause 13.1 along with the eligibility and other requisite
       documents as per Clause 12 of the General Conditions of the Tender
       Document. It should be marked as “PART-A (Bid for Pre-qualification)”
       and bear the Tender Number, the bidder‟s name & address and total number of
       Service Areas, total number of District/ Group of Districts and total number of
       the Infrastructure sites for which bid is submitted.

16.3.2 Sealed Cover-IIA shall contain one ORIGINAL and four copies of First
       Financial Bid for Part-A duly filled in the signed Financial Bid Form as per
       Annexure-10A supplied along with the Tender Document. The envelope
       should be marked as “PART-A (First Financial Bid(s))” and shall bear the
       Tender Number, the name of bidder, their address and total number of Service
       Areas, total number of Districts/ Group of Districts and total number of the
       Infrastructure sites for which bid is submitted. The Financial Bids shall be



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       submitted in the prescribed manner for the specified Districts/ Group of
       Districts in the Service Areas.

                                      Part-A
                 Sealed Cover-IA                   Sealed Cover-II A
               Pre-Qualification Bid               First Financial Bid
         (one ORIGINAL and four copies)     (one ORIGINAL and four copies)
         EMBG as per Clause 13.1           Financial Bid (Annexure-10A)
         Eligibility and other requisite  Compliance               Statement
           documents as per Clause 12          (Annexure-5A)
         Compliance Statement (Annexure-
           5A)


16.4.1 Sealed Cover-IB shall contain one ORIGINAL and four copies of Pre-
       Qualification Bid for Part-B comprising compliance in the prescribed
       Proforma as per Annexure-5B in respect of General, Commercial, Technical,
       Operating, Financial, Terms of Financial Bid and Special Conditions as per
       Section-III to Section-IX and separate Earnest Money Bank Guarantee
       (EMBG) as per Clause 13.2 along with the eligibility and other requisite
       documents as per Clause 12 of the General Conditions of the Tender
       Document. It should be marked as “PART-B (Bid for Pre-qualification)”
       and bear the Tender Number, the bidder‟s name & address and total number of
       Service Areas, total number of Districts/ Group of Districts and total number
       of the Infrastructure sites for which bid is submitted.

16.4.2 Sealed Cover-IIB shall contain one ORIGINAL and four copies of First
       Financial Bid for Part-B duly filled in the signed Financial Bid Form as per
       Annexure-10B supplied along with the Tender Document. The envelope
       should be marked as “PART-B (First Financial Bid(s))” and shall bear the
       Tender Number, the name of bidder, their address and total number of Service
       Areas, total number of Districts/ Group of Districts and total number of the
       Infrastructure sites for which bid is submitted. The Financial Bids shall be
       submitted in the prescribed manner for the specified Districts/ Group of
       Districts in the Service Areas.

                                      Part-B
                  Sealed Cover-I B                   Sealed Cover-II B
                Pre-Qualification Bid               First Financial Bid
          (one ORIGINAL and four copies)     (one ORIGINAL and four copies)
         EMBG as per Clause 13.2            Financial Bid (Annexure-10B)
         Eligibility and other requisite  Compliance                Statement
           Compliance Statement (Annexure-      (Annexure-5B)
           5B)
         Documents as per Clause 12


16.5.1 The Pre-Qualification Bid for Part-A of the scheme in Sealed Cover-IA not
       accompanied by proper Earnest Money Bank Guarantee, in the manner



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       prescribed hereto shall be summarily rejected. Similarly, the Pre-Qualification
       Bid for Part-B of the scheme in Sealed Cover-IB not accompanied by proper
       Earnest Money Bank Guarantee in the manner prescribed hereto shall be
       summarily rejected.

16.5.2 The Pre-Qualification Bid for Part-A of the scheme in Sealed Cover-IA not
       accompanied by Eligibility and other requisite documents as per Clause 12
       and Compliance Statement (Annexure-5A), in the manner prescribed hereto
       are liable to be rejected. Similarly, the Pre-Qualification Bid for Part-B of the
       scheme in Sealed Cover-IB not accompanied by Eligibility and other requisite
       documents as per Clause 12 and Compliance Statement (Annexure-5B) in the
       manner prescribed hereto are liable to be rejected.

16.6   The first copy shall be marked as „ORIGINAL‟ both for Pre-Qualification
       and First Financial Bid(s) of the bid and shall be duly signed in ink on each
       page by the authorized signatory of the bidder. The other four photocopies of
       the original copy shall be marked as „COPY No. _______‟ duly signed on
       each page. Each page of the bid is to be numbered.

16.7   All the covers should be sealed separately.

16.8   The bid documents in two separate sealed covers each for Part-A and Part-B
       as specified above shall reach to the Administrator, USOF by 16:00 Hrs. on
       12.02.2007 at the following address:

       Assistant Director Gene ral, USO Fund, DoT
       Room No. 1405, Sanchar Bhawan,
       New Delhi - 110 001

16.9   The bids may be sent by registered post or delivered in person at the address
       as given in Clause 16.8 above. The responsibility for ensuring that the bids are
       delivered in time would rest with the bidder exclusively. The Administrator
       shall not be responsible if the bids are delivered elsewhere.

16.10 Venue of Tender Opening: Bids will be opened in Committee Room, 2nd
      Floor, Sanchar Bhavan, 20, Ashoka Road, New Delhi-110001 at 11:00 Hrs.
      on the due date. If due to administrative reasons, the venue of Bid opening is
      changed, it will be displayed prominently on Ground Floor lifts and at
      reception office of Sanchar Bhavan, DoT, New Delhi.

16.11 If the envelopes are not sealed and marked as required at Clause 16.1 to 16.7,
      the bids are liable to be rejected.

17.    DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF BIDS

17.1   Bids must reach the Assistant Administrator (Technical), USOF, at the address
       specified above at Clause 16.8 not later than the date and time specified
       therein.




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17.2   The Administrator may, extend the deadline for submission of bids and
       subsequent milestones as given in Section-II: Schedule of Important Events
       of this Tender document for the submission of bids by amending the Tender
       Document, and in such case all rights and obligations of the Administrator and
       bidders shall be subject to the extended deadline.

18.    LATE BIDS

18.1   Any bid received after the deadline for submission of bids prescribed by the
       Administrator pursuant to Clause 17, shall be rejected and returned
       unopened to the bidder.

19.    MODIFICATION AND WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS

19.1   The bidders are allowed to withdraw their bids through written request before
       the scheduled time of submission of bids but not later. In case amendment to
       Tender Document is issued after submission of bid, modifications to the bid
       can be submitted before the scheduled time of submission of bids.

19.2   The bidder‟s modification notice shall be prepared, sealed, marked and
       despatched as required in the case of bid submission in accordance with the
       provision of Clause 16. No bid shall be modified subsequent to the deadline
       for submission of bids.

19.3   In case of withdrawal, a withdrawal notice may be sent by FAX but followed
       by a signed confirmation copy by post not later than the deadline for
       submission of bids.

20.    COMPLIANCE

20.1   Compliance to General, Technical, Commercial, Financial, Operating and
       Special Conditions and Terms of Financial Bid in the prescribed proforma as
       per Annexure-5A for Part-A & Annexure-5B for Part-B shall be submitted.
       It should be clearly understood that any deviation shall not be accepted.

20.2   If at any later date, it is found that averments/facts submitted by the bidder in
       the bid based on which the bidder has been considered eligible or successful or
       has entered into the Agreement, is false or not true to the knowledge or belief
       of the bidder, Administrator reserves the right to disqualify the bidder.
       Agreement signed with a bidder based on such false information shall be
       cancelled without any notice and any other remedies available in terms of the
       agreement shall be invoked.

E.     BID OPENING AND EVALUATION

21.    OPENING OF BIDS

21.1   The Administrator through his nominee will open bids contained in Sealed
       Cover-IA and Sealed Cover-IB, in the presence of bidders‟ authorized
       representatives, at 11:00 hrs on 13.02.2007. Pre-qualification bids under


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       Sealed Cover-IA and Sealed Cover-IB, which are accompanied by requisite
       EMBG, will only be considered. The bidder‟s authorized representative(s)
       who is present shall sign an attendance sheet. The letter authorizing the
       representative to attend the bid opening shall be submitted on the letter head of
       the bidder company signed by the authorized signatory before they are
       allowed to participate in bid opening. The bidders may ensure that their
       authorized representative(s) attend the bid opening at first and every
       subsequent stage. Bids shall, however, be opened even if the authorized
       representatives of a bidder company is not present in bid opening.

21.2   A maximum of two representatives from any bidder company shall be
       permitted to attend the bid opening.

21.3   The bidder‟s names, modification, bid withdrawals and the presence or
       absence of the requisite bid security deposit (EMBG) and such other details as
       the Administrator or authorized person deems fit shall be announced at the
       time of bid opening.

21.4   Similar steps shall be taken for opening of subsequent financial bids.

21.5   If the date fixed for opening of bids is subsequently declared as holiday by the
       Government, a revised date will be notified. However, in absence of such
       notification, the bids will be opened on next working day, time and venue
       remaining unaltered.

22.    CLARIFICATION OF BIDS

22.1   To assist in the examination and evaluation, the Administrator or his
       representative may ask the bidder for any clarification of their bid. The request
       for the clarification and the response thereof shall be made in writing. Uniform
       time of two days shall be provided to all bidders, if clarifications are asked for
       by the Administrator. However, no post bid clarification at the initiative of the
       bidder shall be entertained.

23.    PRELIMINARY   EVALUATION                      OF      THE        BIDS/      PRE-
       QUALIFICATION

23.1   The Administrator shall evaluate the bids to determine whether they are
       complete, whether they are free from any computational errors, whether
       required documents have been furnished, whether the documents have been
       properly signed and whether the bids are generally in order.

23.2   Arithmetical errors shall be rectified on the following basis. If there is a
       discrepancy between words and figures, the amount in words shall prevail. If
       the bidder does not accept the correction of the errors, his bid shall be rejected.

23.3   Prior to the detailed evaluation pursuant to Clause 24, the Administrator will
       determine the substantial responsiveness of each bid to the Tender Document.
       For purposes of these clauses, a substantially responsive bid is one which
       conforms to all the terms and conditions of the Tender Document without


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       material deviations. The Administrator‟s determination of bid‟s
       responsiveness shall be based on the contents of the bid itself without recourse
       to extrinsic evidence.

23.4   A bid, determined as not substantially responsive will be rejected by the
       Administrator and shall not subsequent to the bid opening be made responsive
       by the bidder by correction of the non-conformity.

23.5   The Administrator may waive any minor infirmity or non-conformity or
       irregularity in a bid which does not constitute a material deviation, provided
       such waiver does not prejudice or affect the relative ranking of any bidder.

23.6   The bids will be technically and commercially evaluated giving due
       consideration for their conformity to the pre-qualification criteria with regard
       to eligibility conditions and compliance to General, Technical, Commercial,
       Operating, Financial and Special Conditions and Terms of Financial Bid as
       laid down in this Tender Document. All the criteria have to be met for the
       purpose of pre-qualification and there is no weightage attached to any of the
       pre-qualification parameters. However, failure to meet any of these criteria
       will disqualify the bidder. The qualified bidders will be short- listed and their
       first financial bids (under Sealed Cover-IIA and Sealed Cover-IIB) will be
       opened, on a date as given in Section-II: Schedule of Important Events, in
       the presence of the authorized representatives of the short-listed bidders, if
       they desire to be present.

24.    EVALUATION    AND             COMPARISON           OF      SUBSTANTIALLY
       RESPONSIVE BIDS

24.1   The Administrator shall evaluate in detail and compare the bids determined to
       be substantially responsive pursuant to Clause 23.

24.2   The evaluation and comparison of responsive bids shall be done on the basis
       of the rates quoted against the benchmark values of the Financial Bid Form in
       Annexure-10A & Annexure-10B and other terms and conditions under
       Section-VII: Financial Conditions & Section-VIII: Terms of Financial Bid
       of the Tender Document.

24.3   There will be two or more rounds of financial bidding structured as “Multi
       Stage Informed Descending Bids” as per procedure described in the
       Section-VIII: Te rms of Financial Bid of this Tender Document.

25.    CONTACTING THE ADMINISTRATOR

25.1    No bidder shall try to influence the Administrator or any of his officers or
       employees on any matter relating to the bids, from the time of the bid opening
       till the time the Agreement is signed.

25.2   Any effort by a bidder to modify his bid or influence the Administrator or any
       of his officers or employees in the bid evaluation, bid comparison or signing
       of the Agreement shall result in the rejection of the bid and disqualification of


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       the bidder from future bidding for a period to be specified by the
       Administrator.

F.     SIGNING OF AGREEMENT

26.    ENTERING INTO THE AGREEMENT

26.1   A Letter of Intent (LOI) shall be issued to the successful bidder(s) for Part-A
       & Part-B. Seven days‟ time shall be given for acceptance of the LOI.

26.2   The successful bidder shall furnish Performance Bank Guarantee(s) (PBGs)
       within 7 days after acceptance of LOI as specified in the tender document
       including any other payments as specified in LOI. No extension of time shall
       be permitted and the Agreement will be signed in accordance with the
       procedure prescribed in SECTION-VII: FINANCIAL CONDITIONS &
       SECTION-VIII: TERMS OF FINANCIAL BID of this Tender Document.

26.3   After acceptance of the LOI and submission of PBGs, the successful bidder (s)
       shall enter into an agreement with the Administrator by signing the Agreement
       Document by the specified date as mentioned in the LOI.

27.    RIGHT TO VARY NUMBER OF INFRASTRUCTURE SITES

27.1   The Administrator will have the right to increase or decrease up to 10% of the
       number of infrastructure sites and provision of mobile services sites as
       specified in the Annexure-2 & Annexure-2A without any change, in the
       representative rates so arrived at after the bidding process, or other terms and
       conditions at the time of signing of Agreement.

28.    RIGHT TO ACCEPT ANY BID AND TO REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS

       The Administrator reserves the right to accept or reject any bid, and to annul
       the bidding process and reject all bids, at any time prior to signing of
       Agreement without assigning any reason whatsoever and without thereby
       incurring any liability to the affected bidder or bidders on the grounds of
       Administrator‟s action.

29.    ANNULMENT OF LETTER OF INTENT

29.1   Failure of the successful bidder to comply with the requirement of Clause 26
       shall constitute sufficient ground for the annulment of the award and the
       forfeiture of the bid security in which event the Administrator may enter into
       Agreement with any other bidder or call for new bids.




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                                SECTION - IV
                      COMMERCIAL CONDITIONS
1.1    The Agreement signed by the successful bidder (Shortlisted Infrastructure
       Provider Category-I) of Part-A of the scheme with Administrator USOF shall
       be subject to the terms and conditions of the Registration Certificate for
       Infrastructure Providers Category-I (IP-I) issued by DoT. However, the
       provisions contained in Clause 6.0 of the Registration Certificate issued to IP-I
       for providing the infrastructure to any Licensee of Telegraph Services licensed
       under Section 4 of the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885 shall be limited to those
       USPs, who have entered into Agreement with Administrator (Annexure-6).

1.2.   The Agreement signed by the successful bidder (BSO/CMSP/UASL) of Part-
       A/ Part-B of the scheme with the Administrator shall be subject to the terms
       and conditions of BSO (Basic Services)/ CMTS (Cellular Mobile Telephone
       Services)/ UASL (Unified Access Service Licensees) License (Annexure-6)
       for transfer, assignment or franchising of the agreement. However, providing
       infrastructure to any Licensee of Telegraph Services licensed under Section 4
       of the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885 shall be limited to those USPs, who have
       entered into the Agreement with the Administrator.

1.3    Agreement will be entered into with the successful bidder for Part-A only in
       case there is at least one successful bidder for Part-B of the Scheme. The
       Agreement for Part-B for providing mobile services will be signed with the
       lowest bidder and also with a maximum of next two higher bidders. In case of
       one or two successful bidders only, the Agreement shall be signed accordingly
       and the Administrator can accommodate 2 nd or 3rd USP at any stage during the
       period of the Agreement.

1.4    During the period of validity of the Agreement, the IP shall permit sharing of
       the infrastructure created as per Part-A of the scheme only with the successful
       bidders for Part-B of the scheme, who have entered into Agreements with
       Administrator or any other user as identified by Administrator as per terms and
       conditions of Section VIII: Terms of Financial Bid. The IP cannot permit any
       other Service Provider/ User to share the infrastructure on its own during the
       validity period of the Agreement.

2.     SCOPE OF THE AGREEMENT

2.1    Responsibilities of the IPs for Part-A of the Scheme

       The IPs would be required to, inter-alia, create the requisite infrastructure for
       provision of mobile services covering the following activities:

       (i)    Acquisition of land of dimensions as specified in Section-V:
              Technical Conditions of the Tender Document on lease basis/ outright
              purchase from any agency in the specified villages/ areas. In case, the
              land is taken on lease basis, the lease agreement should be signed for a
              minimum period of six and a half years (1 year for last tower rollout


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         period + 5 years subsidy period + half year for delayed period, if any).
         The infrastructure created on the acquired land will be shared by
         maximum three telecom service providers, as identified by the
         Administrator, to provide mobile services by installing respective
         BTSs and other associated equipments.

(ii)     Procure, install, test, commission and maintain Ground Based Towers
         of the specified height and design to accommodate the individual
         antennas and the microwave links of the three operators at such heights
         on the towers as specified in Section-V: Technical Conditions of the
         Tender Document.

(iii)    Arrange     Electrical   power    connection     as    specified  in
         Section-V: Technical Conditions from the concerned State Electricity
         Boards/ Corporations with provision of independent sub- meters to
         cater to the requirement of the three service providers. The same is
         required to be operated and maintained in accordance with agreements
         entered into with the USPs.

(iv)     Procure, install, test and commission Engine Alternators (Diesel
         Generator Sets) as specified in Section-V: Technical Conditions of
         the Tender Document for providing power backup with changeover
         arrangements. The same is required to be operated and maintained in
         accordance with agreements entered into with the USPs.

(v)      Construct Boundary wall, Security cabin and execute associated civil
         and electrical works as per the prescribed specifications in
         Section-V: Technical Conditions.

(vi)     Only new equipment and material shall be provided under Part-A of
         the Scheme. For this purpose, the new equipment shall be the one
         which has been procured not earlier than 12 months of submission of
         bid and has never been used earlier.

(vii)    The infrastructure created by IPs under Part-A of the Scheme shall be
         sharable by maximum three USPs, as identified by the Administrator,
         to provide mobile services by installing respective BTSs and other
         associated equipments for Part-B of the Scheme. The infrastructure so
         created under Part-A of the Scheme shall be owned by the IPs.

(viii)   The Administrator requires the IP to enter into a Service Level
         Agreement (SLA) with the USPs for five years period to ensure
         continued provisioning of services to the rural subscribers as per the
         broad parameters of SLA placed at        Annexure-14. A copy of the
         SLA signed shall be submitted to the Administrator, USOF.

(ix)     The Infrastructure Providers shall not charge any rental from the USPs
         during the subsidy period of five years for using the infrastructure for
         provisioning of mobile services. However, operational expenses
         incurred by the Infrastructure Providers for the routine maintenance of


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              the created infrastructure including tower painting, tightening of nuts
              and bolts, AMC for the engine alternator, maintenance of electrical
              equipment, earthing, aviation light, general upkeep o f the infrastructure
              site etc. as well as the recurring operational expenses for the
              consumables like electricity; diesel, security etc. shall be recovered
              from USPs using the infrastructure site as per mutually agreed terms
              and conditions between IP and USPs.

      (x)     The IP and the USPs shall enter into commercial agreements for
              continued operation of services on mutually agreeable terms and
              conditions before expiry of five years subsidy period.

      (xi)    The IP shall be solely responsible for setting up, operation and
              maintenance of the infrastructure sites, recovery of the operating
              expenses from USPs sharing the infrastructure and attending to claims
              and damages arising out of his operations.

2.2   Responsibilities of the USPs for Part-B of the Sche me

      The USPs would be required to, inter-alia, provide the mobile services
      covering the following activities:

      (i)     USPs shall provide mobile services as per Part-B of the Scheme by
              sharing the infrastructure created by IPs in Part-A of the Scheme as per
              the prescribed specifications in Section-V: Technical Conditions.

      (ii)    The USPs shall provide, operate and maintain the mobile services in
              the specified District/ Group of Districts in a Service Area for which
              the Agreement is entered into with them as a result of this bidding
              process by installing the BTS equipment, antenna and the associated
              backhaul connectivity to their respective core networks as per Part-B
              of the scheme in accordance with the prescribed specifications in
              Section-V: Technical Conditions.

      (iii)   Only new equipment and material shall be provided under Part-B of
              the Scheme. For this purpose, the new equipment shall be the one
              which has been procured not earlier than 12 months of submission of
              bid and has never been used earlier.

      (iv)    The equipment so installed shall be owned by the USPs. The USP shall
              retain the revenue generated from the operation of the mobile services.

      (v)     The Administrator requires the USP to enter into a Service Level
              Agreement (SLA) with the IP for five years period to ensure continued
              provisioning of services to the rural subscribers as per the broad
              parameters of SLA placed at Annexure-14. A copy of the SLA signed
              shall be submitted to the Administrator, USOF.

      (vi)    The USP and the IP shall enter into commercial agreements for
              continued operation of services on mutually agreeable terms and


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              conditions before expiry of five years subsidy period.

      (vii)   The USP shall be solely responsible for installation, operation and
              maintenance of necessary equipment and systems, provision of
              services to the customers, treatment of subscriber complaints,
              collection of call-charges and issue of receipts thereof, and attending to
              claims and damages arising out of his operations.

3.    INSPECTION AND TESTS

3.1   The Administrator or his representative or the agencies authorized
      (Hereinafter Designated Monitoring Agency) shall have the right to inspect
      and test the created infrastructure and provision of mobile services as per
      prescribed test schedules for their conformity to the specifications. Where the
      Administrator decides to conduct such tests on the infrastructure sites created
      by IPs or the premises of USPs, all reasonable facilities and assistance like
      Testing instruments and other test gadgets including access to drawings and
      other details shall be furnished to the Designated Monitoring Agency at no
      charge to the Administrator.

3.2   Should any inspected or tested components of Part-A/ Part-B fail to conform
      to the specifications, the Administrator may reject them and the IPs/ USPs
      shall either replace the rejected components of Part-A/ Part- B or make all
      alterations necessary to meet specification/ requirements free of cost to the
      Administrator.

3.3   If any equipment or any part thereof is found defective or fails to fulfill the
      requirements of the Agreement, the Designated Monitoring Agency shall give
      notice to the IPs/ USPs setting forth details of such defects or failure and the
      IP/ USP shall at their own cost make the defective equipment good, or alter
      the same to make it comply with the requirements of the Agreement forthwith
      and in any case within a period not exceeding one month of the initial report.
      These replacements shall be made by the IP/ USP free of all charges at site.

3.4   Nothing in Clause 3 shall in any way release the IPs/ USPs from any warranty
      or other obligations under this contract.

4.    CHANGES IN AGREEMENT SIGNED

4.1   The Administrator may, at any time, by a written order given to an IP/ USP,
      make changes within the general scope of the Agreement in any one or more
      of the following subject to the condition that such changes will not have any
      major financial implications:

      (a)     drawings, designs or specifications for Part-A & Part-B of the Scheme
      (b)     Utilization of the unutilized height on the tower
      (c)     the location and number of the towers; or
      (d)     The services to be provided by the USP.




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5.     DURATION OF AGREEMENT

5.1    The Agreement shall be valid for a period of six and a half years from the
       effective date unless revoked earlier for reasons as specified elsewhere in the
       document. (1 year for the last tower Roll out + 5 years subsidy period + half
       year for delayed period, if any).

6.     EXTENSION OF AGREEMENT

6.1    The Administrator may extend, if deemed expedient, the validity of
       Agreement for such period and on such terms as may be mutually agreed. The
       expediency of extension shall be considered during the sixth year of the
       Agreement. The decision of the Administrator shall be final in this regard. On
       expiry of the Agreement period, the responsibility of operation & maintenance
       of the created infrastructure and provision of mobile services shall lie on the
       owner operator i.e. IP for Part-A and USP for Part-B of the scheme.

7.     MODIFICATIONS IN TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF AGREEMENT

7.1    The Administrator reserves the right to modify at any time the terms and
       conditions of the Agreement(s) signed with the IPs and USPs, if in the opinion
       of the Administrator it is necessary or expedient to do so in public interest or
       in the interest of the security of the State or for the proper conduct of the
       service. The decision of the Administrator shall be final in this regard.

8.     REQUIREMENT TO FURNISH INFORMATION

8.1    The IPs/ USPs shall furnish to the Administrator, on demand, such documents,
       accounts, estimates, returns, reports or any other information as may be called
       for by the Administrator pertaining to the creation of infrastructure and
       provisioning of mobile services under the scheme.

9.    TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT

9.1   The Administrator may, without prejudice to any other remedy available for the
       breach of any conditions of Agreement, by a written notice of 90 calendar
       days issued to the IP/ USP at its registered office, terminate the Agreement
       under any of the following circumstances:

       a)     Failure to perform any obligation(s) under the Agreement;
       b)     Failing to rectify, within the time prescribed, any defect as may be
              pointed out by the Administrator.

9.2    The Agreement shall stand terminated forthwith in case the IP/ USP goes into
       liquidation or is ordered to be wound up.

9.3    Provided that if the respective IP Registration/ BSO/ CMTS/ UASL license is
       terminated, as the case may be, then the Agreement for setting up and
       managing Infrastructure sites and provision of mobile services based o n this
       bidding process shall also stand terminated forth-with.


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9.4    Wherever considered appropriate, Administrator may conduct an inquiry to
       determine whether there has been any breach in compliance of the terms and
       conditions of the Agreement by the IP/ USP and upon such inquiry the IP/
       USP shall extend all reasonable facilities and shall endeavor to remove the
       hindrance of every type.

9.5    It shall be the responsibility of the USP to maintain the Quality of Service as
       per conditions of the Agreement during the period of notice for termination of
       Agreement; otherwise this shall be a cause for invocation and forfeiture of
       PBG.

10.    ACTIONS PURSUANT TO TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT

10.1   Wherever the Agreement is terminated prematurely, the Administrator may, at
       his sole discretion, enter into an Agreement with another IP/ USP for
       providing the infrastructure/ running the Service, who will be paid subsidy at
       the Representative Rate determined under the Agreement based on this tender.

10.2   If the Quality of Service (QoS) had not been maintained as per standard
       prescribed hereto during the notice period then no subsidy for the notice
       period shall be payable.

10.3   In case of termination of the Agreement before the expiry period, the
       prescribed PBG will be encashed and forfeited towards damages.
       Additionally, if it is found that the IP/ USP had received any payment in
       excess of the amounts under the Agreement prior to termination, then such
       amount shall be paid back immediately on demand by the IP/ USP to the
       Administrator. Any amount due from the IP/USP under this agreement may,
       without prejudice to any other mode of recovery may be recovered as arrears
       of land revenue.

11.    INDEMNITY

11.1   The IP/ USP shall indemnify the Administrator in respect of any dama ges,
       claims, loss or action against Administrator for acts of commission or
       omission on the part of the IP/ USP, its agents or servants.

12.    DISPUTES SETTLEMENT

12.1   In the event of any question, dispute or difference arising under the Agreement,
        or in connection thereof, except as to the matter, the decision of which is
        specifically provided elsewhere under the Agreement, the same shall be
        referred to an Arbitral Tribunal, hereinafter called the “TRIBUNAL”
        consisting of sole Arbitrator to be appointed by Secretary, Department of
        Legal Affairs, Ministry of Law & Justice, Government of India.

12.2   The Arbitration proceedings shall be conducted in accordance with the
       provisions of Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 as amended or replaced
       from time to time. The governing law shall be laws of India



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13.    FORCE- MAJEURE

13.1   If at any time, during the continuance of the Agreements, the performance in
       whole or in part, by either party, of any obligation is prevented or delayed, by
       reason of war or hostility, acts of the public enemy, civic commotion,
       sabotage, Act of State or direction from Statutory Authority, explosion,
       epidemic, quarantine restriction, strikes and lockouts (not limited to the
       establishments or facilities of the IP/ USP), fire, floods, natural calamities or
       any act of GOD (hereinafter referred to as EVENT), provided notice of
       happenings of any such EVENT is given by the affected party to the other,
       within 10 Calendar days from the date of occurrence thereof, neither party
       shall, by reason of such event, be entitled to terminate the Agreement, nor
       shall either party have any claims for damages against the other, in respect of
       such non-performance or delay in performance. Provided mobile services
       under the Agreement shall be resumed as soon as practicable, after such
       EVENT comes to an end or ceases to exist.

13.2   The decision of the Administrator as to whether the service may be so
       resumed (and the time frame within which the service may be resumed) or not,
       shall be final, binding and conclusive.

14.    SET OFF CLAUSE

14.1   In the event any sum of money or claim becomes recoverable from or payable
       by the IP/ USP to the Administrator either against the Agreement or otherwise
       in any manner, such money or claim can be (without restricting any right of
       set off for counter claim given or implied by law) deducted or adjusted against
       any amount or sum of money then due or which at any time thereafter may
       become due to the IP/ USP under this Agreement or any other Agreement or
       Contract between the Administrator and the IP/ USP.

14.2   The aforesaid sum of money payable by the IP/ USP shall include any
       valuable security convertible into money.

14.3   After exercising the right of set off, a notice shall always be given
       immediately by the Administrator to the IP/ USP.

15.    OTHER OBLIGATIONS

15.1   The IP/ USP shall be bound by the terms and conditions of the Agreement as
       well as by such orders/directions/regulations of DoT/ TRAI as per provisions
       of the TRAI Act, 1997 as amended from time to time and instructions as are
       issued by the Administrator.

15.2   The provisions of the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885 or the Indian Wireless
       Telegraphy Act, 1933 as amended or replaced, the rules made and orders
       passed under these statutes, so far as applicable, shall be binding on the IP/
       USP.




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                                SECTION -V
                       TECHNICAL CONDITIONS
1.    The USP shall work within the framework of the Technical conditions of the
      BSO/ CMTS/ UASL Agreement (A copy of the BSO/ CMTS/ UASL License
      Agreement is at Annexure-6). The Infrastructure Provider Category-I shall
      work within the framework of the Registration Certificate for Infrastructure
      Providers Category-I (IP-I) issued by DoT (A copy of the Registration
      Certificate is at Annexure-6). The Technical requirements of the scheme shall
      supplement “General Conditions” as contained in Section-III &
      “Commercial Conditions” as contained in Section-IV.

2.    DETAILS OF THE SCHEME

2.1   The Technical Specifications of the scheme for setting up and managing
      infrastructure and provision of mobile services in rural and remote areas of the
      country are explained in the forthcoming clauses.

3.    OUTLINE OF THE SCHEME: The scheme is divided into two parts:

3.1   Part-A relates to setting up of infrastructure sites by IP comprising of
      following Shareable Components being supported by USO Fund:

      (i)     Land
      (ii)    Tower
      (iii)   Electrical connection
      (iv)    Power back up
      (v)     Boundary wall
      (vi)    Security cabin

3.2   Part-B relates to provisioning of mobile services by USPs for which the
      following Non-shareable Components are being supported by USO Fund:

      (i)     BTS equipment
      (ii)    Associated antennas
      (iii)   Backhaul

3.3   IPs are required to build, maintain and operate the infrastructure as specified
      in Clause 3.1 of Section-V: Technical Conditions. The infrastructure so
      created under Part-A of the Scheme shall be sharable by the three USPs
      selected by the Administrator for Part-B of the Scheme.

3.4   The USPs shall install, maintain and operate BTSs with associated antennas,
      provide backhaul to their respective core networks as specified in Clause 3.2
      of Section-V Technical Conditions as per specifications provided in this
      section, other necessary equipments and associated civil and electrical works
      required to provide the mobile services as specified for Part-B of the Scheme
      using the shareable infrastructure.



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A.    SPECIFICATION OF THE COMPONENTS OF PART-A OF SCHEME

4.    PART-A ITEM (I) LAND

4.1   The successful IP for Part-A of the Scheme shall acquire a leveled piece of
      land not less than 20M x 20M on lease / outright purchase for housing the
      components as described in Part-A and Part-B of the scheme in this Tender
      Document.

4.2   The entire plot shall be properly secured with a boundary wall.

4.3   The general layout shall be such that at the entry on the left hand side a main
      gate shall be provided for transportation of the material/ equipment with a
      provision for a small gate for the entry of the individuals.

4.4   Adjacent to the main gate on the right side, there shall be a security cabin with
      a provision for recharging of the mobile hand sets.

4.5   The tower shall be erected at the end of the plot.

4.6   The Engine Alternator Set shall be kept adjacent to the wall, near the tower.

4.7   The successful IPs/ USPs shall abide by the existing land laws, labour laws,
      local customs and the best of prevalent latest practices in the Industry.
      Administrator shall not be responsible for any breach of such Act(s)/ Law(s)
      by the IPs/ USPs for whatsoever may be the reason.

4.8   Administrator, USOF shall not be responsible for any breach of such Act(s)/
      Law(s) by the IPs/ USPs for whatsoever may be the reason.

4.9   The General Layout of the site shall be as given in Annexure-40.

5.    PART-A ITEM (II) TOWER

5.1   Number of towers: A predetermined number of towers as given in
      Annexure-2 & Annexure-2A shall be installed to provide mobile services in
      the identified areas. The details of the criteria adopted for arriving at the
      number of towers is given in Annexure-2B.

5.2   The number of towers proposed to be installed (District-wise) given in
      Annexure-2 & Annexure-2A is indicative figures and is liable to change
      subject to the limit of 10 % as prescribed in Clause 27.1 of Section-III:
      General Conditions.

5.3   Number of towers can be considered for revision as per specific site
      requirements on case to case basis subject to submission of RF plans. The
      proposal for addition/ deletion of an infrastructure site within the vicinity of
      the proposed towers shall be submitted by IPs as per formats prescribed at
      Annexure-18. Increase/ decrease in the number of towers over and above the
      figure presented in the Annexure-2 & Annexure-2A shall be permitted with


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      the prior approval of the Administrator subject to the percentage limit
      specified in Section-IV: Comme rcial Conditions.

6.    LOCATION OF TOWERS

6.1   The towers shall be located in the villages specified in Annexure-2A of the
      Tender Document to provide mobile services in those areas, where there is no
      existing fixed wireless or mobile coverage.

6.2   The unique tower identification code (Tower-ID), tentative location of the
      tower (Village name along with Latitude, Longitude), number of villages
      covered and population served by that tower is given in Annexure-2A, which
      shall be supplied in the form of a CD along with the Tender Document.

6.3   The IP and the USPs have to co-ordinate and make their own arrangements to
      get the further detailed map of the area to be covered or any other data
      relevant and necessary for planning & engineering of the mobile services.

6.4   The bidders may take note that the details of the tower locations and the
      villages covered thereof given in Annexure-2 & Annexure-2A are based on
      simulated RF planning.

6.5   The criteria adopted for arriving at the location of towers, villages covered,
      area of coverage of existing and proposed towers is given at Annexure-2B.
      The details of the existing towers, as available, have been utilized for arriving
      at the uncovered areas and the proposed tower locations. The areas which are
      already having fixed wireless or mobile coverage have been excluded for
      determination of the uncovered areas. The bidders are advised to get
      acquainted with the area before bidding. The Administrator shall not be
      responsible for any discrepancy in this regard.

6.6   The new tower/ infrastructure site shall not be installed within 3 Km radius of
      a tower already installed by any Access Service Provider for providing fixed
      wireless or mobile services.

6.7   The bidders are advised to verify non-availability of the tower as specified
      above before providing towers for which it intends to claim support from
      Universal Service Obligation Fund. No claims shall be admissible for cases of
      duplicate/ redundant infrastructure sites/ towers.

6.8   The location of the towers can be considered for revision as per specific site
      requirements on case to case basis subject to submission of RF plans. The
      proposal for shifting of an infrastructure site from one place to another within
      the vicinity of the proposed towers shall be submitted by IPs as per formats
      prescribed at Annexure-19. The change in the location of the towers presented
      in the Annexure-2 & Annexure-2A shall be permitted with the prior approval
      of the Administrator.

6.9   Care has been taken to ensure that all proposed infrastructure sites are at least
      10 km from the international borders. However, if any infrastructure site lies


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      within 10 kms from the international border, the same shall be dealt in
      accordance with the conditions stipulated in this regard in the license
      agreements and the same shall also be brought to the notice of Administrator.

7.    TOWER DESIGN FOR 40 M HEIGHT

7.1   The height of the tower shall be 40 meters to accommodate the individual
      antennas and the microwave links, if any, of the three USPs. Towers shall be 4
      legged Ground Base, Square Light Weight Angular Self Supporting Steel
      Towers (SSST).

7.2   The tower shall be complete in all respects and shall be provided with every
      necessary details and fittings as per the designs and specifications given for
      tower, template, base plate, bolt, bars, below:

                       Item                        Wind Speed         Annexure No.
                                                    (in KMPH)
       Tower designs and specifications         140, 160, 180, 200     21,22,23,24
       Template Design and specifications       140                        37
       Template Design and specifications       160, 180, 200              38
       Design of Base plate & bolt and                                     39
       shape of bars


7.3   Antenna fixtures, carrier and fastenings, Wave guide (feeder cable) racks
      (horizontal and vertical), gantry, Lightening arrestor, resting and working
      platforms with hand rails for the towers (GBT), ladder etc. shall be provided
      by the IPs as per the specifications provided in the Tender Document. All such
      items, which are to be deployed in outdoor conditions, shall be made of hot-
      dip galvanized material.

7.4   The design for manufacturing of various components of tower and erection of
      tower shall be in accordance to the relevant Indian standards as prescribed in
      Annexure-16.

7.5   Each tower, including the antenna system, shall be strong enough to resist
      winds with a velocity as indicated in IS 875-part III, latest edition, for the
      specified District as per Annexure-41 and to suffer no serious vibrations or
      torsion, which may deteriorate the network performance. Under operational
      wind speed, torsion and sway of the structure shall be limited to +/- 0.5
      degrees, when carrying full or intermediate complement of antennas. The
      tower is designed to have 3 circular rings and platforms at appropriate heights
      to mount antennae besides a resting platform at the mid height level from the
      ground level. The list of wind speed provided is only indicative. The bidder
      shall be solely responsible for the accuracy of the wind speed for which the
      tower‟s design has been selected as indicated in IS 875-part III, latest edition.

7.6   The Ground Based Towers at the applicable wind speed shall be capable of
      taking the load of 9 CDMA/ GSM service delivery antennae, 3 sets of



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       microwave backhaul antennae of 1.2 M dia to cater for 3 USPs and additional
       antennae to be provided for proposed broadband services in future.

7.7    The successful IP for the tower shall also provide mounting structures for
       antenna. The antenna mounting steel work shall be such as to allow a nominal
       azimuth adjustment of +50 and an elevation adjust of +50 . The design of
       Antenna supporting cage and platform shall be in accordance with the
       specifications given in Annexure-35.

7.8    The successful IP shall be responsible for the safety during transportation,
       handling and erection of tower.

7.9    The IP shall maintain on site detailed calculations, standards of materials and
       specification data on the deflection limit of towers and the safety factor used
       in tower erection, as well as detailed drawings.

7.10   To conform to Civil Aviation regulations the towers shall be painted in
       alternate bands of international orange and international white, terminating
       with orange at top and the bottom, Height of each band should be not exceed 6
       meters and should not be less than 0.5 meters. The correct shade for the
       international orange corresponds to ISI shade 592 as given in the Indian
       Standard Institution Publication-colours for ready mixed paint.

7.11   The lightening conductor shall be fixed at top of tower. The copper- lightening
       conductor shall be 1500 mm long and 25mm dia hollow tube of minimum wall
       thickness of 1.6mm. The lightning spike shall be fixed to the tower with
       Teflon sleeve to avoid direct contact with tower. The spike shall be connected
       to plate earth by 70 sqmm. insulated multistrand copper wire. The copper
       wire shall be fixed to the tower with necessary lugs.

7.12   A set of 3 nos. working platform with railings as per the attached drawing at
       Annexure-35 shall be provided at heights of 34 M, 36.4 M and 38.8 M
       respectively. A resting platform shall also be provided at a height of 20 M
       from the ground level as per the details provided in tower specifications. A
       ladder up to the topmost platform inside the tower and cable tray assembly
       shall also be provided as per the specifications attached at Annexure-36.

7.13   A tray of galvanized M.S. angles and Flats of 600mm width shall be provided
       as Waveguide to carry the feeder cables from Antenna fixed at top of tower up
       to the BTS. This shall not bend sharply at right angles at turning points to
       avoid damage to running feeder cables.

7.14   230V AC LED aviation obstruction lamp with Light Dependent Resistance
       Sensor (day night automatic timer) with necessary MCB switch shall be
       provided at top of the tower.




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7.15   ALTERNATE TOWER DESIGN FOR 50 M/ 60 M HEIGHT

7.15.1 The height of the tower has been fixed at 40 M after careful consideration of
       existing deployment pattern, GIS data review and RF simulation. The tower of
       40 M height shall be sufficient for most of the locations. However, the IP
       may install towe r of 50M/ 60 M height of an alternate towe r design duly
       approved by TEC/ SERC/ IITs. The foundation design and design/
       specifications of other components like antenna fixtures, carrier and
       fastenings, Wave guide (feeder cable) racks (horizontal and vertical), gantry,
       Lightening arrestor, resting and working platforms with hand rails for the
       towers (GBT), ladder etc. shall also be duly approved.

7.15.2 The tower shall be complete in all respects and shall be provided with every
       necessary details and fittings as per the designs and specifications approved by
       the agency concerned.

7.15.3 A copy of the approved design shall be submitted by the IP to Administrator
       USOF along with a list of locations where such towers are to be erected.

7.15.4 Such tower at the applicable wind speed shall be capable of taking the load of 9
       CDMA/ GSM service delivery antennae, 3 pairs of microwave backhaul
       antennae of 1.2 M dia to cater for 3 USPs and additional antennae to be
       provided for proposed broadband services in future.

7.15.5 Allocation of space on this tower shall be made to the successful USPs in
       accordance with their position in the final round of bidding and to any other
       agency approved by Administrator USOF during the subsidy period of five
       years.

7.15.6 Subsidy support for such towers shall be limited to the representative rate
       arrived for tower of 40 M height for that location. No additional subsidy shall
       be payable for increased height of the tower.

7.15.7 SACFA clearance for such towers shall be the responsibility of IP.

7.16   EARTHING

7.16.1 PLATE EARTH: Pit size of 900 x 900 x 3000 mm shall be excavated and
       copper plate of size 600 x 600 x 3 mm shall be placed vertically in the
       excavated pit. The plate shall be connected to the GI pipe of 19mm dia by
       copper wire. The bolt, nuts, check nuts and washers shall be of copper. The
       pit shall be filled with charcoal and salt up to a depth of 900 mm and
       remaining portion with loose soil without stones. The masonry chamber at
       ground level of size 700 x 700 x 150 mm, with a hole in the middle to pass the
       GI pipe of 19mm dia, with a provision for funnel and provided with CI frame
       and cover with locking arrangements. The funnel shall be fixed with wire
       mesh. The manhole cover shall be painted and marked with resistance of the
       earth. Plate earth placed in two diagonally opposite tower legs shall be
       interconnected by means of insulated 70 sqmm copper wire. The construction
       of pits with regards to salt & charcoal filling, watering arrangement etc. is


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       based on I.S. specification. The resistance level of the earthing system is
       maintained to be below 2 ohms at the application points. The depth to which
       the earth electrode should be placed is standard for normal type of soil. But
       for sites with extra ordinary conditions e.g. rocky terrain, or sites with low
       water tables, necessary modifications may have to be done based on site
       conditions.

7.16.2 RING EARTH: The trench around at one meter away from the tower base
       shall be excavated to a depth of one meter. 50 x 6 mm GI plate (with Zinc
       coating 610 gm/sqm) shall be placed at the bottom of the trench. Both ends of
       GI plate shall be brought above to the ground. The GI plates shall be inter
       connected by GI strips and bolted. The ends shall be terminated in an
       enclosed masonry chamber of internal size 300 x 300 x 300 mm. The
       chamber shall be provided with CI frame and cover and painted. All the tower
       legs shall be connected with ring earth with 50x6 mm GI plate with two bolts.
       The ring earth shall be connected to one of the plate earth.

7.17   The IPs shall maintain all the diagrams showing the outline, dimensions and
       the general arrangements of towers, foundations and mounting of antenna
       system on the infrastructure site.

7.18   SIGN BOARD

       The IP shall provide a signboard of size of at least 2 meters x 1.5 meters at a
       height of above 10 meters on the tower and on the boundary wall indicating on
       it the name of the village, date of installation and name of the IP/ USPs and
       that the infrastructure site has been supported by USOF. The letters on the
       signboards should be bold enough so that the same are clearly visbile from a
       distance of 10 meters.

8.     TOWER FOUNDATION

8.1    Based upon the allowable bearing capacity of soil, three broad types of
       Foundations are prescribed as give below:

       (a)    The raft or isolated foundation (Most suitable for SSST for all kinds of
              normal soils i.e. hard medium or soft).
       (b)    Under reamed piles with minimum of two bulbs for black cotton soils
              (most suitable for masts & heavy weight towers even under normal soil
              conditions).
       (c)    Hyperbolic, Paraboloid foundation or floating foundations for marshy
              or very poor soils (suitable for all kinds of towers).

8.2    The tower foundations have been prescribed on the assumption of an
       allowable bearing capacity of soil 10 MT/SQM. However, in case the soil is
       of different bearing capacity, requiring special foundations like under reamed
       piles, shell or floating foundations, the design shall be subject to the actual soil
       condition to be determined on each site.




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8.3   The design to be selected for providing the tower foundation for different
      allowable soil bearing capacities is given below:

              Item            Allowable Soil     Wind Speed            Annexure No.
                             Bearing Capacity    (in KMPH)
                              (in MT/SQM)
       Foundation Details           10        140,160,180, 200         25, 26, 27, 28
       Raft Foundation              10        140,160,180, 200         29, 30, 31, 32
       Foundation/                  15        140,160,180, 200               33
       Footing Details
       Pile Foundation/             <= 5                                     34
       Footing Details

8.4   The accurate analysis of the soil data and selection of the foundation type
      selected by the successful IPs shall be the sole responsibility of the bidder.

8.5   Anchor-bolts and the templates for positioning of the bolts in the foundations
      besides any steel work integral with the bolts shall be as per specifications.
      The design of Template, Base plate, bolt design and shape of bars shall be in
      accordance with the specifications given in Annexure-37, Annexure-38 and
      Annexure-39.

8.6   Reinforcing steel bars for foundations shall be cold twisted deformed bars
      conforming to BIS Code 1786-1985.

8.7   Civil work shall, in general, be carried out in accordance with CPWD
      specifications 1996 Volume I to VI with up to date correction slips and revised
      CPWD specifications 2002 for Mortar, Cement concrete and RCC. All RCC
      work shall be carried out with concrete grade M-20 or richer grade.

8.8   The successful bidder shall maintain detailed drawings of the tower
      foundations.

9.    PART-A ITEM (V) BOUNDARY WALL

9.1   There shall be a boundary wall of the height of 2.1 m above the highest ground
      level, all along the periphery of the land with a steel gate as per general layout
      and specifications given in Annexure-40.

9.2   A steel gate of size 4.4m x 2.25m for the boundary wall shall have structural
      steel work welded in built-up sections/framed work including cutting,
      hoisting, fixing in position & applying a priming coat of approved steel primer
      all complete.

9.3   For the boundary walls, standard CPWD specifications are recommended to
      be followed.

9.4   The site shall be enclosed by Brick boundary wall with the following
      operation/specifications:



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             Excavation unto 600mm, backfilling, disposal of surplus earth neatly
              along the length of the wall.
             Base concrete of 1:4:8 100mm thick in stone /Brick ballast.
             Brickwork in cement mortar 1:6 in foundation and structure as per
              section provided.
             Plaster on both sides of the wall in cement mortar 1:6.
             The top of the wall is to be provided with concrete coping 1:2:4, 50mm
              thick.
             The wall is to be finished with suitable coats of cement paint.
             Steel works finished with Enamel paint and red oxide primer.

10.    PART-A ITEM (VI) SECURITY CABIN

10.1   Each tower site shall have a Security cabin with basic provisions to provide
       shelter for the Guard posted to protect the property and to look after
       requirements like maintaining stock of diesel, maintaining batteries and other
       equipment.

10.2   The Security Cabin shall have provision for mobile phone recharging
       facilities, generally for 3 service providers. A charging panel shall have to be
       provided near the window, opening outside the compound of the Tower
       station.

10.3   The internal dimensions of the Security Cabin are 2.0 M (L) x 1.25 M (W).
       The roof shall be a sloping one with maximum height of 2.44 M in the center
       and 2.13 M at the corners. The dimensions have been prescribed in such a
       way that the only door (900 mm wide) is in the middle of the shorter wall.
       The window shall be made up of aluminum sections having sliding aluminum
       shutters with glass. The window, opening outside, would serve the purpose o f
       mobile charging counter also. Therefore it shall have proper aluminum grills
       for the safety of mobile phones being charged. The window shall be 1.2 M
       wide and 0.9 M High with a window sill protruding 300 mm inside and 300
       mm outside the Security Cabin. A locking system shall be provided with
       aluminum sliding door bolts so that a padlock could be put on the door.

11.    PART-A ITEM (III) ELECTRIC CONNECTION

11.1   The successful IPs shall arrange to provide 3-Phase 440V AC Main Power
       Supply of 15 KVA Load to meet the requirements of three USPs.

11.2   Distribution of the AC Power Supply to the USPs shall be ensured through
       distribution panels with MCBs of appropriate capacity.

11.3   Independent Sub Energy Meters for three USPs shall be provided.

11.4   At places where it is not possible to provide AC Main Power Supply on
       account of non-availability of AC Main Power Supply, an additional DG set of
       the same capacity and features of the backup DG set as defined in Clause 12
       below shall be provided by the successful IP without any additional subsidy
       support. In case, the hybrid power supply systems with DG sets and Solar PV


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       systems or any other combination is provided, it should meet the specifications
       as prescribed above.

12.    PART-A ITEM (IV) POWER BACKUP

12.1   The power backup complying with the specifications given for the Engine
       Alternator (Diesel Generator Set) given below shall be provided. A summary
       of the specifications is given below:

          20KVA 3-Phase 440V
          1500 RPM 50 Hz
          AMF panel (Auto Start)
          100 Litres Diesel Capacity
          Additional tank of 100 Litres
          Compliance to CPCB Noise Norms of MOEF
          Compliance to CPCB emission norms of MOEF

12.2   Foundation made up of concrete M20 grade 600 mm x 300 mm x 300 mm
       concrete blocks shall be provided for the installation of Engine Alternator.

12.3   The Engine Alternator shall broadly conform to the General and Technical
       Specifications attached at Annexure-15C.

12.4   Following documents shall be made available at the sites:

          One set of Engine and Alternator hand book.
          One panel – wiring diagram
          One factory test certificate.
          Maintenance recommendations & procedures.
          Maintenance intervals.
          Generator running hours.
          Logbooks

13.    PART-B ITEM (I) BTS

13.1   The BTSs shall be based on GSM or C DMA Technology.

13.2   The BTSs shall be of Outdoor versions.

13.3   They shall be of Macro type.

13.4   GSM BTSs shall be EDGE-ready (Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution).

13.5   CDMA BTSs are required to be EV-DO (Evolution-Data Only) upgradeable
       so that data services can be provided in future without forklift replacement of
       the equipment.

13.6   GSM BTS shall be initially equipped with 2+2+2 configuration, expandable
       with the addition of TRXs.



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13.7    CDMA BTS shall be equipped with the minimum configuration of 1C3S,
        expandable with the addition of TRXs.

13.8    The sensitivity of the BTSs shall be better than -110 dBm.

13.9    BTS shall have automatic shutdown features with programmable automatic
        timer to increase the battery backup time for a given capacity of battery.

13.10   The Outdoor BTS shall be suitable for operation without air-conditioning and
        without shelter. Outdoor BTS & power supply cabinets shall be installed in a
        grilled enclosure. The roof of grilled enclosure shall be of translucent fiber
        sheet with sufficient strength. The grilled enclosure shall have a gate &
        locking arrangement.

13.11 The IP shall provide commercial AC power supply for powering the BTS and
      the backhaul equipment. Necessary arrangement shall be made by the USP to
      convert the required power supply for operation of the BTS equipment.

13.12 If a USP installs an Indoor BTS, the additional necessary requirements of
      space, shelter, prefab shelter, Air conditioners, additional AC mains load and
      additional power backup shall be provided by Universal Access Service
      Provider at his own cost.

13.13 All outdoor cabinets shall have to be IP55 rated.

13.14 The BTS shall be resting over M20 grade concrete blocks of minimum height
      of 600 mm. The dimensions in plan of such support system shall be according
      to the base size of the individual BTS. The floor shall be made up of brick on
      edge filled with 1:6 cement mortars.

14.     PART-B ITEM (II) ANTENNA

14.1    The Antenna system comprises of the following:

        (i) Antenna.
        (ii) RF Cables

14.2    The specifications of individual conventional antenna shall be

        (a)    Individual (non-shared),
        (b)    Tri Sectored,
        (c)    Cross Polarized Single Band type
        (d)    65 degree beam width
        (e)    Gain >=17dbi

14.3    The antennas to be supplied shall conform to the prescribed standards.




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15.    PART-B ITEM (III) BACKHAUL

15.1   Backhaul Technology shall be either Microwave or Optical Fibre or any other
       technology.

15.2   The IP shall provide commercial AC power supply for powering the BTS and
       Backhaul equipment. Necessary arrangement shall be made by the USP to
       convert the required power supply for operation of the backhaul system.

15.3   The backhaul equipment installed shall also work without the need for Air-
       conditioning.

15.4   It shall be the responsibility of the USP to ensure that all necessary
       components and subsystems including the access backhaul systems are
       included as part of the package for proper operation of the outdoor BTS.

16.    COVERAGE SPECIFICATIONS

16.1   The equipment to be installed shall have adequate RF filtering in the
       transmitter and receiver to avoid adjacent channel interference to any other
       system or to any other operator and to meet the receiver sensitivity /
       specifications of the equipment in the network.

16.2   The details of the levels for the various specified requirements for 95% of the
       time, for the engineering purposes shall be as follows:

       (a)    Indoor Coverage: Signal level measured at street level shall be better
              than –75dbm.

       (b)    Incar Coverage: Signal level measured at street level shall be better
              than –85 dbm.

       (c)    Outdoor Coverage: At least 95% of the remaining coverage area.
              Signal level measured at street level shall be better than –95 dbm.

17.    BATTERY SET (PART-B)

17.1   Back up of 06 hours shall be provided through two MF VRLA Maintenance
       Free battery banks installed at each location.

17.2   Capacity of the Battery sets shall be planned such that the battery set is not
       required to be discharged beyond 80% of its rated capacity at any time to meet
       100% load.

17.3   The battery shall have Output Voltage (say -48V /-24V) depending on the
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18.     SMPS POWER PLANT (PART-B)

18.1    A provision for DC power plant along with battery backup is to be made for
        BTSs working on -24VDC, -48VDC.

18.2    SMPS Power Plant capacity should be such that it is able to take following
        loads simultaneously:-

        (i) 10% of rated capacity of MFVRLA battery,

        (ii) Equipment load (BTS), and

        (iii) Adequate load for backhaul equipment i.e. OFC equipment / Radio Link /
              Optical Modem

18.3    The DC power plants based on SMPS (Switched Mode Power Supply)
        technology should be modular in nature with N+1 configuration where N is
        the capacity of each SMPS module in the power plant.

18.4    SMPS Power plants are to be compatible with VRLA batteries and are to be
        with Battery Health Check systems and Remote Monitoring facility.

18.5    Suitable switching arrangement for inter connection between various items of
        SMPS Power Plants, MFVRLA Battery sets and their interconnection in
        switching cubicle and further power distribution to equipment as required for
        the ultimate capacity shall be provided.

18.6    Complete power plant and battery drawings and information regarding inter-
        connecting arrangements and layout shall be made available on site.
        Maintenance spares including spares for control panel and spare fuses should
        also be provided at the site.

19.     FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS AND FIRE EXTINGUISHERS:

19.1    Proper arrangement shall be made for fire detection and fire extinguisher
        system as per fire safety norms applicable for that location.

20.     CONFORMITY WITH EXISTING LICENSES/ REGISTRATION
        CERTIFICATES

20.1    IPs (Successful Infrastructure Providers Category-I for Part-A of the Scheme)
        shall work within the framework of the terms and conditions of the
        Registration Certificate for IPs Category-I (IP-I) issued by DoT. A copy of the
        same is attached at Annexure-6.

20.2.   USP (Successful BSOs/ CMSPs/ UASLs) for Part-A & Part-B shall work
        within the framework of the Technical conditions of BSO (Basic Service),
        CMTS (Cellular Mobile Telephone Services)/ UASL (Unified Access Service
        Licensees) License. A copy of the same is attached at Annexure-6.



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21.    QUALITY OF SERVICE PARAMETERS

21.1   The Quality of Service Parameters for Basic/ Mobile Telecommunication
       Services as prescribed by TRAI shall be applicable.

21.2   The USP shall ensure provision of reliable services to the customers as per the
       Quality of Service (QoS) prescribed by the TRAI from time to time. The USP
       shall adhere to such QoS standards and provide timely information as required
       therein.

21.3   The Administrator or TRAI may carry out performance tests either directly
       themselves or through Designated Monitoring Agency and also evaluate the
       QoS parameters at any time during the tenure of the Agreement. The USP
       shall provide ingress and other support including documents, instruments,
       equipment etc. for carrying out such performance tests and evaluation of
       Quality of Service parameters.

21.4   The USP will keep a record of rural connections provided from the BTS
       installed under the scheme. The USP shall also maintain               faults and
       rectification reports of the BTS, Backhaul, Antenna, Battery, Power Plant and
       other related details in respect of the service rendered which will be produced
       before the Administrator or TRAI as and when and in whatever form desired.

21.5   The USP shall be responsive to the complaints lodged by the customers. They
       shall rectify the deficiencies and maintain the history sheets for each
       installation, statistics and analysis on the overall maintenance status.

21.6   Proper arrangement should be made by the USPs for reporting/ booking
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                                SECTION -VI
                       OPERATING CONDITIONS
1.    CUSTOMER SERVICE

1.1   The terms and conditions of the BSO or CMTS or UASL License Agreement
      (Annexure-6), as applicable, shall prevail and shall be binding mutatis
      mutandis. The same shall also be applicable in case of migration to or award
      of new license in lieu of the BSO/ CMTS/ UASL license.

2.    RIGHT TO INSPECT, TEST AND MONITOR

2.1   The Administrator or his authorized representative shall have the right to
      inspect the infrastructure sites created for providing the mobile services and
      also the equipment installed by the USPs at the Infrastructure site so created in
      particular but not limited to, access to backhaul, terminating interfaces,
      distribution frames etc. and conduct the service performance tests. The IP/
      USP will provide the necessary facilities at own cost for monitoring of the
      system, as required by the Administrator or its authorized representative(s).
      The Inspection will ordinarily be carried out after reasonable notice except in
      circumstances where giving such a notice will defeat the very purpose of the
      inspection.

2.2   Wherever considered appropriate Administrator may conduct any inquiry
      either suo-motu or on a complaint, to determine whether there has been any
      breach in compliance of terms & conditions of the Agreement by the USP, and
      during such inquiry the IP/ USP shall extend all reasonable facilities without
      any hindrance.

3.    PROVISIONING OF RURAL CONNECTIONS

3.1   The USP shall ensure that the rural connections as mentioned in the monthly
      report have actually been provided in the area being served by the BTS
      installed with the subsidy support from USO Fund. A certificate to this effect
      is to be provided by the USP in the monthly report in the prescribed proforma.

4.    UPGRADATION OF EQUIPMENT

4.1   The USP may upgrade the existing equipment by installing new equipment, if
      required, during the validity of the Agreement provided it meets all other
      performance parameters of Quality of Service.

5.    ROLL OUT

5.1   The successful IP for Part-A shall have to commission at least 50% of the
      Infrastructure sites in the Service Area within 8 months period of the signing
      of the Agreement and the remaining infrastructure sites within 12 months
      period of the signing of the Agreement.



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5.2   The USP shall provide the mobile services within two months of the
      commissioning of the infrastructure site by the IP.

5.3   IP shall submit a list of the infrastructure sites within two months period
      indicting the number of such sites to be installed during the first and second
      phase of the Roll out period of the Agreement. Such list supplied by the IP
      shall form an additional clause under Rollout conditions of the Operating
      Conditions of the Agreement already signed with the successful IP for setting
      up and managing the infrastructure sites. All the terms and condition of the
      Agreement signed shall also be applicable for this clause.

5.4   The Rollout period may be extended, if deemed fit, by the Administrator under
      exceptional circumstances.

5.5   The IP/ USP shall provide a monthly statement in Annexure-12 and
      Annexure-13 giving details of the infrastructure sites commissioned and rural
      connections provided during the month from the BTSs commissioned
      respectively.

6.    LIQUIDATED DAMAGES FOR PART-A

6.1   For the infrastructure sites not provided as per the rollout required to be
      achieved, without prior written concurrence of the Administrator, the delayed
      period shall entail recovery of liquidated damages (L.D.). Provided further,
      that for the infrastructure sites that are provided within 30 calendar days of the
      expiry of the rollout period from the effective date by the IP, the Administrator
      shall accept the infrastructure site without levy of any L.D. charges.

6.2   For any shortfall in providing the required number of infrastructure site after
      thirty days of the expiry of the rollout period as per Clause 5.1 of Section VI:
      Ope rating Conditions of the Tender Document, the Administrator shall be
      entitled to recover Liquidated Damages at the rate of 5% of Annual subsidy
      payable for those Infrastructure sites for each calendar month of delay or part
      thereof, subject to a maximum of two months period (10% of the Annual
      subsidy thus payable for those Infrastructure sites).

6.3   For the purpose of charging the Liquidated Damages, the Representative rate
      for the Annual subsidy applicable for the respective District/ Group of
      Districts in the Service Area, where the relevant roll out obligation of
      providing Infrastructure sites has not been fulfilled, shall be taken into
      account.

6.4   In case, the successful bidder for Part-A fails to roll out the infrastructure sites
      as per the rollout plan within three months after the expiry of the rollout
      period, action as per Clause 9 and 10 of Section-IV: Comme rcial Conditions
      of this Tender Document shall be taken.

6.5   In case, the successful bidder for Part-A fails to share the infrastructure site
      with the successful bidders for Part-B, action as per Clause 9 and 10 of
      Section-IV: Comme rcial Conditions of this Tender Document shall be taken.


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6.6    In case, there are no successful bidders for Part-B of the scheme, the IP would
       be at liberty to withdraw from the commitment to set up the infrastructure site.

7.     LIQUIDATED DAMAGES FOR PART-B

7.1    For the mobile services not provided as per the rollout required to be achieved,
       without prior written concurrence of the Administrator, the delayed period
       shall entail recovery of liquidated damages (L.D.). Provided further, that for
       the mobile services that are provided within 30 calendar days of the expiry of
       the rollout period from the effective date by the USP, the Administrator shall
       accept the infrastructure site without levy of any L.D. charges.

7.2    For any shortfall in providing the mobile services from required number of
       infrastructure sites after thirty days of the expiry of the rollout period as per
       Clause 5.2 of Section VI: Ope rating Conditions of the Tender Document,
       the Administrator shall be entitled to recover Liquidated Damages at the rate
       of 5% of Annual subsidy payable for those sites for each calendar month of
       delay or part thereof, subject to a maximum of two months period (10% of the
       Annual subsidy thus payable for those sites).

7.3    For the purpose of charging the Liquidated Damages, the Representative rate
       for the Annual subsidy applicable for the respective District/ Group of
       Districts in the Service Area, where the relevant roll out obligation of
       providing mobile services has not been fulfilled, shall be taken into account.

7.4    In case, the successful bidder for Part-B fails to roll out the mobile services as
       per the rollout plan within three months after the expiry of the rollout period,
       action as per Clause 9 and 10 of Section-IV: Comme rcial Conditions of this
       Tender Document shall be taken.

8.     CONFIDENTIALITY OF INFORMATION

8.1    The terms and conditions as to confidentiality of information of the BSO or
       CMTS or UASL agreement, as the case may be, shall be binding mutatis
       mutandis.

9.     PROHIBITION OF CERTAIN ACTIVITIES BY THE UNIVERSAL
       SERVICE PROVIDER

9.1    The terms and conditions as to prohibition of certain activities of the BSO or
       CMTS or UASL agreement, as the case may be, shall be binding mutatis
       mutandis.

10     SECURITY CONDITIONS

10.1   The terms and conditions as to security conditions of the BSO or CMTS or
       UASL agreement, as the case may be, shall be binding mutatis mutandis.




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                               SECTION -VII

                        FINANCIAL CONDITIONS
1.    SUBSIDY FROM UNIVERSAL SERVICE OBLIGATION FUND

1.1   Support to the IPs shall be in the form of a percentage of the Capital Recovery
      for setting up the infrastructure site for Part-A of the Scheme and to the USPs
      for the installation of the equipment for Part-B of the Scheme. The support
      shall be payable as subsidy on the basis of the outcome of the bidding process
      as per details given in Section-VIII: Terms of Financial Bid.

1.2   The subsidy will be disbursed in Indian Rupees to the successful bidder for
      Part-A (IP) and Part-B (USP) of the scheme at an annual subsidy rate
      emerging from the bidding process which shall be specified in the
      Agreement(s).

1.3   The Annual subsidy shall be paid in arrears on quarterly basis in equal
      installments.

1.4   The IP shall receive the subsidy towards setting up infrastructure sites as per
      Part-A of the scheme in the specified areas in a District/ Group of Districts.
      The subsidy shall be due from the date of successful completion of the work
      for a period of five years.

1.5   The USP shall receive the subsidy towards provisioning of mobile services as
      per Part-B of the scheme in the specified areas in a District/ Group of
      Districts. The subsidy shall be due from the date of commissioning of the
      mobile services for a period of five years.

2.    SCHEDULE FOR DISBURSEMENT                       OF     SUBSIDY       BY    THE
      ADMINISTRATOR TO THE IP/ USP

2.1   The IP shall be eligible to submit the first claim for subsidy at the end of the
      quarter in which the infrastructure is set up and successfully completed as per
      Part-A of the scheme. IP shall submit a self-certificate giving details of
      infrastructure set up as per the proforma given in Annexure-20A with a copy
      to Administrator.

2.2   The USP shall be eligible to submit the first claim for subsidy at the end of the
      quarter in which the mobile services are commissioned and successfully
      launched as per Part-B of the scheme. USP shall submit a self-certificate
      giving details of the equipment installed along with system generated reports,
      traffic reports etc. establishing successful completion/ launch of the mobile
      services work for Part-B of the scheme as per the proforma given in
      Annexure-20B with a copy to Administrator.

2.3   The annual subsidy from USOF shall be disbursed in four quarterly
      installments during each financial year, with each quarter ending on 30 th of



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      June, 30th of September, 31st of December and 31st of March. The claim for a
      part of the quarter will be computed with reference to the actual number of
      days in that quarter. Each installment shall be disbursed quarterly in arrears
      generally within 30 days of receipt of a valid claim for the services rendered.

2.4   The IP/USP shall submit his claim for quarterly subsidy in a statement in the
      prescribed form given in Annexure-8A & Annexure-8B along with two
      Attachme nts (Annexure 1/1 & 2/2) showing the computation of subsidy for
      the quarter. The statement shall be furnished by IP/ USP even if no new
      Infrastructure Site has been set up during the quarter or Mobile Services Site
      provided. The District/ Group of Districts wise subsidy claim should be
      submitted in the prescribed formats on a hard copy duly signed by the
      authorized signatory of the company.

2.5   Following supporting documents shall be submitted along with the prescribed
      Claim Statement and thus are integral part of the subsidy claim:

      (a)    The claim shall be duly certified as per Annexure-7 by a
             representative of the IP/ USP duly authorized by a board resolution of
             the IP/ USP.

      (b)    All claims for subsidy shall be accompanied by a pre-receipted bill
             with revenue stamp.

      (c)    In addition to the hard copy, the IP/ USP should also submit the claim
             on a CD ROM in MS Excel format also. The authorized signatory of
             the company should put his signature and seal of the company on the
             CD ROM Disc.

      (d)    Service interruption report as per Annexure-17 in case of USP.

      (e)    Self-Certificate as per Annexure-20A & Annexure-20B with the first
             claim.

2.6   The claim along with the supporting documents should be prepared District/
      Group of Districts wise awarded to IP/ USP and should be submitted within 30
      days of the end of the quarter.

2.7   The claims along with the supporting documents should be submitted at the
      designated Controller of Communication Account Offices of the respective
      Telecom Service Area.

2.8   The deductions in the subsidy shall be made on pro-rata basis on account of
      prolonged failure of BTS due to any reason from the USP. The Service
      interruption report for mobile services shall be submitted along with the claim
      statement as per proforma attached at Annexure-17.

2.9   No deduction in the subsidy shall be made in case of interruption of mobile
      services for a period upto 7 days in a quarter. The deduction in subsidy shall
      be made from USP on pro rata basis if there is interruption in services for


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       more than 7 days in a quarter. However if there is interruption in services for
       45 days or more in a quarter, no subsidy shall be paid for that quarter.

2.10   Disbursement of subsidy shall be by cheque, through the Office of the
       designated Controller of Communication Accounts of the respective Telecom
       Service Area.

2.11   The aforesaid quarterly statements of each year shall be required to be audited
       by the auditors of the IP/ USP appointed under Section-224 of the Companies
       Act, 1956. The report of the Auditors should be in the prescribed form given
       in Annexure-9 to be filed with the Administrator or designated authority as
       specified within 7 (seven) calendar days of the date of signing of the audit
       report but not later than 30th September of the following year.

2.12   The subsidy for a quarter shall be paid after making adjustments, if any, for
       the payments made in the previous quarter(s).

2.13   Final adjustment, if any in respect of excess or shortage in the subsidy
       disbursed shall be made in the following year based on the quarterly
       statements duly certified by the auditors of the IP/ USP.

2.14   In case the IP/ USP is found to have claimed and received in excess of 10% of
       the subsidy due to them, the entire amount in excess shall be recovered along
       with an interest from the date of disbursement at the prime lending rate (PLR)
       of State Bank of India prevalent on the day the disbursement was made. The
       interest shall be compounded monthly and a part of the month shall be
       reckoned as a full month for the purposes of calculation of interest. (Month for
       this purpose shall be taken as an English calendar month). No further subsidy
       shall be disbursed until final adjustment of the excess payment.

2.15   No interest shall be payable for any short/late payment made to the IP/ USP by
       the paying authority.

2.16   All the relevant records of the IP/ USP shall be subject to such scrutiny as may
       be prescribed by the Administrator so as to facilitate independent verification
       of the subsidy claimed.

2.17   In order to ensure proper and correct verification of subsidy paid, the
       Administrator can modify, alter, or substitute and amend, if deemed necessary,
       whatever is stated herein,

3.     BANK GUARANTEES

3.1    The successful bidders for Part-A and Part-B shall submit a Performance Bank
       Guarantee (PBG) to Administrator USOF in the prescribed proforma (as per
       Annexure-11A & Annexure-11B) valid for one year for each District/ Group
       of Districts where the work is awarded to him, from any scheduled bank in
       India. The amount of performance bank guarantee shall be equivalent to 5% of
       total subsidy amount disbursable to the IP/ USP in the Agreement period for
       all the sites for which work has been awarded for each District/ Group of


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      Districts, based on the Representative rate. The PBG must be submitted within
      seven days of issue of letter of intent and before signing of the agreement.

3.2   Initially, the bank guarantee (s) shall be valid for a period of one year. The IP/
      USP, on its own, shall extend the validity period of the bank guarantee(s) on
      similar terms at least one month prior to the day of its expiry without any
      demand or notice from the administrator.

3.3   The bank guarantees shall be kept valid for an extended period of six months
      beyond the period of agreement or till finalization of accounts whichever is
      later. Any failure to do so, shall amount to violation of the terms of the
      agreement and entitle the Administrator to encash the bank guarantee(s) and to
      convert it into a cash security without any reference to the IP/ USP at its risk
      and cost. No interest or compensation whatsoever shall be payable by the
      Administrator on such encashment.

3.4   Without prejudice to its rights of any other remedy, Administrator may encash
      bank guarantee and forfeit the amount upon any failure of performance of the
      terms & conditions of the agreement by the IP/ USP.

3.5   PBG is not required from an IP/ USP as long as the Govt. of India has 100%
      controlling stake in it.

4.    MAINTENANCE OF RECORDS

4.1   The Administrator shall have the right to call for and IP/ USP shall be obliged
      to maintain, supply and provide for examination the relevant books of
      accounts, measurement books, log books and any record(s) relating to it. The
      IP/ USP shall also be required to supply and provide for examination any other
      records that it maintains in respect of the business carried on to provide the
      service(s) under this agreement at any time.

4.2   The IP/ USP shall invariably preserve all accounting records and other records
      (electronic as well as hard copy) for a period of three years from the date of
      publishing of duly audited & approved accounts of the company and any
      dereliction thereof shall be treated as a material breach independent of any
      other breach, sufficient to give a cause for cancellation of the agreement.

4.3   The relevant records of the IP/ USP will be subject to such scrutiny as may be
      prescribed by the Administrator or TRAI so as to facilitate independent
      verification of the amount due to the IP/ USP as subsidy from the USOF.




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                               SECTION -VIII
                     TERMS OF FINANCIAL BID
1.    The first financial bid(s) shall be submitted in separate sealed envelopes
      (marked Sealed Cover-IIA for Part-A & Sealed Cover-IIB for Part-B
      separately) along with the bids for Pre-Qualification vide tender No. ……...
      This Financial offer by pre-qualified bidders shall be opened in the presence of
      bidders‟ representatives at the place and time as mentioned in Section-III:
      General Conditions of the Tender Document unless a modification is
      conveyed.

2.1   Financial Bid Form for Part-A & Part-B, duly signed by authorized
      representative of Administrator USOF, shall be supplied along with the Tender
      Document. Sample copy of Financial Bid Form is enclosed at Annexure-10A
      & Annexure-10B. The bidder shall submit the bids clearly indicating the quote
      against the specified District/ Group of Districts in the prescribed proforma for
      which the bidder wishes to quote.

2.2   The bidders shall note that the bid submitted by them is applicable for all the
      infrastructure sites mentioned against a specified District/ Group of Districts
      and not selectively for few infrastructure sites in that District/ Group of
      Districts.

2.3   A single rate of subsidy should be quoted for a District/ Group of Districts
      which will be applicable for all the infrastructure sites of that District/ Group of
      Districts.

2.4   The bidder who has submitted the bids in the first round of bidding for a
      District/ Group of Districts subsequently at no stage can back out from quoting
      for such District/ Group of Districts unless he is declared as un-successful in
      any previous round.

2.5   Annexure-5A & Annexure-5B contains a declaration from the bidder that he
      shall comply with all conditions of this document without any reservations.
      This must be signed by the duly authorized signatory of the bidder. The
      authority under which power to sign is granted to the authorized signatory must
      accompany the bid.

3.    The bid shall be opened on the specified date and time (including extension, if
      any) in the presence of the representatives of bidders. While opening the bid,
      the name of the bidder, the name of the District/ Group of Districts in a Service
      Area and the bid amount quoted by the bidder in Annexure-10A &
      Annexure-10B will be read out to the bidders who are present.

4.    The Administrator reserves the right to enter into the Agreements with a
      successful bidder for one or more District/ Group of Districts. Agreements will
      be signed with a successful bidder on District/ Group of Districts basis, where
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 5.1     PROCESS OF FINANCIAL BIDDING FOR PART-A OF THE SCHEME

 (i)     The bidding process has been structured as “Multi- layered Informed
         Descending Bidding Process.” The bidders have to submit their financial
         bid(s) for subsidy on per tower basis for a District/ Group of Districts for
         which they desire to submit the quote. Declaration of short- listed/Successful
         bidders at each stage of bidding shall be District/ Group of Districts wise for a
         Service Area.

 (ii)    The First Financial Bids of those who qualify in the pre-qualification shall be
         opened and shall be made public in the presence of bidders‟ authorized
         representatives, carrying such authority/document with them. The bidders must
         quote a subsidy amount less than or equal to the amount specified for
         Benchmark for the equal annual subsidy (District/ Group of Districts wise
         Benchmark is placed at Annexure-10A). Quotes higher than the Benchmark
         value for the subsidy shall not be treated as a valid bid and shall be summarily
         rejected.

 (iii)   If there are N number of pre-qualified bidders for a District/ Group of Districts
         [N is more than 6], lowest N/2 bidders will qualify for the second round of
         financial bidding in case N is an even number and lowest (N+1)/2 bidders will
         qualify for the second round of financial bidding in case N is an odd number.
         The remaining higher bidder(s) will be dropped.

 (iv)    In case of tie amongst two or more bidders in any round of the financial
         bidding, all such bidders shall qualify for the next round of financial bidding
         with the same ranking.
 (v)     If pre-qualified bidders are five or six, maximum four will qualify for second
         round of financial bidding. The remaining higher bidder(s) will be dropped. If
         there are only two, three or four bidders with a valid bid, then all the bidders
         will qualify for second round of financial bidding. If there is only one bidder
         with a valid bid, then that bidder will be declared as the successful bidder and
         there shall be no further round of bidding.

 (vi)    The least quoted bid amount by a bidder from amongst the bidders who qualify
         for the second round of bidding shall be the Reserve Price for the second
         round of bidding.

(vii)    Withdrawal, backing out of their last quoted bid or not quoting the bid amount
         in successive rounds shall result in disqualification of such bidder(s) and their
         EMBGs shall be forfeited.

(viii)   The bidders, who qualify for second round of bidding, shall submit a Second
         Financial Bid for the second round. The bid amount in the second round will
         have to be equal to or lower than the „Reserve Price‟ for each of the District/
         Group of Districts and the bidder(s) quoting above the Reserve Price shall be
         disqualified for further round of bidding, if any. The bidders, however, may
         retain the amount of subsidy quoted in their last bid. All the bidders who
         have quoted less than or equal to the „Reserve Price‟ for each of the District/
         Group of Districts in the second round of financial bidding will be short-listed.


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(ix)     The lowest valid offer out of the shortlisted bids for Second Round of Financial
         Bidding for a District/ Group of Districts shall become the Representative Rate
         for an Infrastructure Site.

(x)      In case of a tie in the conclusive round of bidding, the bidder who quoted lower
         amount in the previous round for that particular District/ Group of Districts
         shall be declared successful for signing of the Agreement.

(xi)     In the event of a tie in the previous round of bidding also for selection, the
         process of bidding will continue until a successful bidder emerges on
         comparison.

(xii)    The bidder of the final round of financial bidding with the lowest offer for a
         District/ Group of Districts will be declared successful for signing of the
         Agreement.

(xiii)   The Agreement for Part-A, however, shall be signed with this successful bidder
         only in case there is at least one successful bidder for Part-B of the Scheme.

(xiv)    The signing of Agreement as a result of bidding process will not be treated and
         taken as grant of fresh License under the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885.

(xv)     If the Agreement is not signed with the successful bidder for whatsoever
         reason, the Administrator may decide to continue with the bidding process till
         it is completed and the Agreement is signed with the successful bidder.

5.2.     PROCESS OF FINANCIAL BIDDING FOR PART-B OF THE SCHEME

(i)      The bidding process has been structured as “Multi- layered Informed
         Descending Bidding Process.” The bidders have to submit their financial
         bid(s) for subsidy on per site basis for a District/ Group of Districts he desires
         to submit the quote. Declaration of short- listed/Successful bidders at each stage
         of bidding shall be District/ Group of Districts wise for a Service Area.

(ii)     The First Financial Bids of those who qualify in the pre-qualification shall be
         opened and shall be made public in the presence of bidders‟ authorized
         representatives, carrying such authority/document with them. The bidders must
         quote a subsidy amount less than or equal to the amount specified for
         Benchmark for the equal annual subsidy (District/ Group of Districts wise
         Benchmark is placed at Annexure-10B). Quotes higher than the Benchmark
         value for the subsidy shall not be treated as a valid bid and shall be summarily
         rejected.

(iii)    If there are four or more pre-qualified bidders, four lowest bidders will qualify
         for second round of financial bidding. The remaining higher bidder(s) will be
         dropped. In case of tie amongst two or more bidders in any round of the
         financial bidding, all such bidders shall qualify for the next round of financial
         bidding with the same ranking. If there are only three bidders or less with a



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          valid bid, then all the bidders will be declared as the successful bidders and
          there shall be no further round of bidding.

 (iv)     The least quoted bid amount by a bidder from amongst the bidders who qualify
          for the second round of bidding shall be the Reserve Price for the second
          round of bidding.

(v)       Withdrawal, backing out of their last quoted bid or not quoting the bid amount
          in successive rounds shall result in disqualification of such bidders and their
          EMBGs shall be forfeited.

(vi)      The bidders, who qualify for second round of bidding, shall submit a Second
          Financial Bid for the second round. The bid amount in the second round will
          have to be equal to or lower than the „Reserve Price‟ for each of the District/
          Group of Districts and the bidder(s) quoting above the Reserve Price shall be
          disqualified for further round of bidding, if any. The bidders, however, may
          retain the amount of subsidy quoted in their last bid. All the bidders who
          have quoted less than or equal to the „Reserve Price‟ for each of the District/
          Group of Districts in the second round of financial bidding will be short-listed .

(vii)     The lowest valid offer out of the shortlisted bids for Second Round of Financial
          Bidding for a District/ Group of Districts shall become the Representative Rate
          for Part-B of the Scheme.

 (viii)   In case of a tie in the conclusive round of bidding, the bidder who quoted lower
          amount in the previous round for a District/ Group of Districts shall be
          declared successful for signing of the Agreement.

(ix)      In the event of a tie in the previous round of bidding also for selection, the
          process of bidding will continue until a successful bidder emerges on
          comparison.

 (x)      Three lowest bidders of the final round of financial bidding for a District/
          Group of Districts will be declared successful for signing of the Agreement.

 (xi)     Agreement will be signed with the lowest bidder and also with maximum next
          two higher bidders at the Representative Rate so arrived as an outcome of the
          bidding process.

 (xii)    The Agreement for Part-B, however, shall be signed with the three lowest
          bidders only in case there is a successful bidder for Part-A of the Scheme.

 (xiii)   The three successful bidders (L1, L2, L3) for Part-B of the Scheme shall be
          allocated the space on the tower to provide the antennas at heights of 38.8 M,
          36.4 M and 34 M respectively from the ground level.

 (xiv)    The signing of Agreement as a result of bidding process will not be treated and
          taken as grant of fresh License under the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885.




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 (xv)   If the Agreement is not signed with the successful bidder for whatsoever
        reason, the Administrator may decide to continue with the bidding process till
        it is completed and the Agreement is signed with the successful bidder.

 6.     SIGNING OF THE AGREEMENT

6.1.    The successful bidder shall submit a Performance Bank Guarantee (PBG) (as
        per Annexure-11A/ Annexure-11B of stipulated amount as per Clause 3 of
        Section VII: Financial Conditions of the Tender Document within seven days
        (7 days) from the date of issue of LOI and prior to signing of the Agreement.
        The Agreement will become effective from the date of signing of the
        Agreement. In case the successful bidder does not furnish the PBG within the
        given time, their EMBG shall be encashed and the amount forfeited. Such
        bidder will be disqualified from participating in further bidding process and
        blacklisted for a period of three years.

6.2.    No extension of time shall be given for submission of PBGs. This will result in
        encashing Earnest Money Bank Guarantee and its forfeiture.

6.3.    In that case, the successful bidders of the previous round without dropping any
        bidder shall be asked to bid once again for a further round of financial bidding
        and the lowest bidder in this round will then be declared successful for signing
        of Agreement. This process shall continue till the Agreement is signed.

 6.4    In case, there is/ are only one/ two USP(s) with whom the Agreement is signed
        initially, Administrator reserves the right to accommodate two/ one additional
        USP(s), as the case may be, on the unutilized portion of the tower by adopting
        an alternate approach at a later stage under terms and conditions, which may
        be different from those specified in this Tender Document.
 6.5    In case, there are already three USPs, the fourth Access Service Provider for
        providing mobile services shall not be permitted on the infrastructure so
        created on the terms & conditions of this scheme. However, an operator
        identified by Administrator shall be allocated space for installation of
        necessary equipment on the unutilized portion of the tower at a specified
        height, only for the purposes of providing broadband services exclusively in
        that area. No payments for usage of this space shall be made to the IP.

 6.6    The IP/ USP shall be bound by the terms and conditions of the Agreement or
        any other instructions issued from time-to-time by the Administrator.

 6.7    In case, there is no successful bidder for Part-A of the scheme while there are
        one or more successful bidders for Part-B, the Administrator may conduct the
        bidding process again by inviting fresh bids for Part-A of the Scheme.

 6.8    In case, there is no successful bidder for Part-B of the Scheme while there is a
        successful bidder for Part-A, the Administrator may conduct the bidding
        process again by inviting fresh bids for Part-B of the Scheme.




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6.9    In case, there are no successful bidders for Part-A and Part-B of the Scheme,
       the Administrator may conduct the bidding process again by inviting fresh
       bids for Part-A and Part-B of the Scheme.

6.10   In the event that only one valid bid is received for Part-B of the scheme, the
       sole bidder will be declared as the successful bidder in the first round of
       financial bidding itself provided the bid is lower than or equal to the
       benchmark specified.

6.11   If three or less valid bids are received for Part-B of the scheme, all the bidders
       will be declared as the successful bidder in the first round of financial bid
       itself provided the bids are lower than the benchmark specified.

6.12   If an IP is a successful bidder for Part-A, who is also a Licensed Access
       Service provider, but does not qualify for Part-B, such successful bidder
       for Part-A will not have any right to become one of the successful bidder
       for Part-B automatically by virtue of being the successful bidde r for Part-
       A.

6.13   In case, an IP/ USP withdraws from the Scheme after signing of the
       Agreement, the Administrator shall encash the bank guarantee submitted by
       the IP/ USP and may offer the next lowest bidder to enter into Agreement with
       Administrator at the representative rates so arrived at for Part-A/ Part-B of the
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                                SECTION - IX
         SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO THE IP AND USP
1.    After signing of the Agreements by IPs and USPs with Administrator USOF,
      the IP shall interact with the USPs to discuss the suitability of the location of
      the infrastructure site for installation of the towers and provision of the mobile
      services.

2.    The USPs shall exchange relevant information with IPs about the space and
      power requirements for the equipment proposed to be installed.

3.    The USPs shall also share their RF Plans with the IP for the optimal coverage
      from the towers.

4.    It is expected that all the USPs and IP shall adhere to a common tower
      location keeping in view the overall coverage of the targeted area.

5.    It is further expected that the location of the infrastructure site s shall be
      finalized on the basis of the mutual consensus between the IP and USPs. The
      tower locations for all the infrastructure sites must be decided within two
      months of the signing of the Agreement.

6.    In case, a consensus is reached between IP and USPs for shifting of the
      location of the tower from one place to another, the IP shall take up the case
      for change of location with Administrator as per the prescribed proforma
      attached at Annexure-19 of the Tender Document.

7.    In case, a consensus is reached between IP and USPs for installation of
      additional tower(s) in the vicinity of the towers to be installed, the IP shall
      take up the case for installation of additional tower(s) with Administrator as
      per the prescribed proforma attached at Annexure-18 of the Tender
      Document.

8.    All such requests for shifting of the locations of the infrastructure sites/
      addition of the Infrastructure Sites must reach Administrator USOF within two
      months of the start of the roll out period of the respective phases. In case, IP
      and USPs do not agree for a common tower location, the IP shall report the
      same to the Administrator USOF within the stipulated timeframe.

9.    The decision of the Administrator for according approval to such requests
      shall be final and binding on the concerned IP/ USPs. All the related clauses of
      the Roll out, LDs, Penalties, Suspension and Termination shall be applicable
      for these new locations also.

10.   On commencement of the work at the infrastructure site, the IP shall intimate
      the same to USPs for initiating parallel action for installation of the necessary
      equipment required for provision of mobile services.




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11.   After successful completion of the work for Part-A of the Scheme, the IP shall
      immediately inform the concerned successful USPs in writing under
      intimation to Administrator USOF.

12.   Service Level Agreements shall be signed between the IP and USPs to ensure
      round the clock availability of the mobile services.

13.   It is expected that both IP and USPs will have regular interaction amongst
      them, maintain close co-ordination to achieve the targeted goal as per the
      prescribed time schedule. A close liaison shall be maintained amongst the IP
      and USPs to sort out any issues arising out of the operation and maintenance
      of the infrastructure site.




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                                 SECTION - X
                                 DEFINITIONS
1.     INTERPRETATION OF TERMS/ DEFINITIONS

       Unless the context otherwise requires, the different terms and expressions used
       shall have the meaning assigned to them in the following paragraphs:

1.1    ADMINISTRATOR means the Administrator, Universal Service Obligation
       Fund in the Department of Telecommunications under Ministry of
       Communications & IT.

1.2    AGREEMENT shall mean the Agreement signed by the IP or USP with the
       Administrator for setting up and managing the infrastructure sites and
       provision of mobile services related to Universal Service Obligation on the
       basis of the outcome of the bidding process.

1.3     BENCHMARK is the rate that shall form the upper ceiling for submission of
       bids. It will comprise of subsidy amount based on a percentage of the capital
       recovery annualized over the period of the Agreement.

1.4    CAPITAL RECOVERY means the aggregate of depreciation, interest on
       debt and return on equity on the capital cost as worked out proportionately and
       annualized over the period for which support is provided from the Fund.

1.5    DESIGNATED MONITORING AGENCY refers to the agency authorized
       by the Administrator to carry out inspection of the records, claims and
       installations including physical verification in order to ensure compliance with
       conditions of the Agreement.

1.6    EFFECTIVE DATE is the date on which this Agreement comes into effect.

1.7    INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDERS means such entities like Infrastructure
       Providers Category-I (IP-Is) registered with DoT & shortlisted by
       Administrator USOF or Licensed BSOs/ CMSPs/ UASLs which have entered
       into an Agreement with the Administrator for setting up and managing the
       Infrastructure sites under Part-A of the scheme. .

1.8    INFRASTRUCTURE SITES means the sites for erection of the Ground
       Base Tower along with provision of AC Power Main Supply, Power Backup,
       Boundary Wall, Security Cabin etc.

1.9    LICENCE means a License granted or having effect as if granted under the
       Section-4 of the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885 and the Indian Wireless Act,
       1933.

1.10   LICENSEE means a registered Indian Company that has been awarded
       License to provide the service (Basic and/ or CMTS and or Unified Access
       Service), within the geographical boundaries of the specified Service Area.


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1.11   NET COST: Net cost for the purpose of this Agreement takes into account a
       percentage of Capital recovery as determined by the Administrator from time-
       to-time.

1.12   OPERATIONAL CHARGES means the Annual Operating Expense incurred
       on routine maintenance of infrastructure and recurring expenditures on diesel,
       electricity, security etc to be paid by Universal Service Providers to
       Infrastructure Provider.

1.13   QUALITY OF SERVICE (QoS) is evaluated on the basis of observable
       measure on the grade of service or the response time and also includes
       acceptable grade of number of faults per unit population of the subscriber
       served, the mean time to restore (MTTR), faults carried over beyond the
       MTTR and the satisfactory disposal thereof.

1.14   RURAL CONNECTIONS means the rural connections provided in the rural
       areas as identified by the Census 2001 and located in the areas served by the
       BTS installed with the subsidy support from USO Fund.

1.15   DISTRICT means the revenue district as per Census 2001.

1.16   SERVICE AREA means the territorial jurisdiction as specified under the
       BSO or CMTS or UASL Service License except the areas that may be notified
       to be excluded from time to time.

1.17   SUBSIDY from Universal Service Obligation Fund (USOF) means the
       disbursements from USOF towards meeting the universal service obligations
       in terms of the Agreement.

1.18   TRAI means Telecom Regulatory Authority of India constituted under the
       TRAI Act, 1997 as amended from time to time.

1.19   UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDER (USP) means such entities like BSO/
       CMTS/ UASL Licensees, which have entered into an Agreement with the
       Administrator for provision of specified Universal Service.

1.20   USO means Universal Service Obligation as enunciated in the Indian
       Telegraph (Amendment) Act, 2003, the Indian Telegraph (Amendme nt)
       Ordinance, 2006 and the Rules framed there under.

1.21   USO FUND means the fund established under the Indian Telegraph
       (Amendment) Act, 2003 and Rules framed there under.




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                                                                    ANNEXURE-1

                     SERVICE AREAS FOR BSO LICENSEES

            (TELECOM CIRCLES AND THE AREAS COVERED)

        For the purpose of providing Universal Service Support to existing Basic,
Cellular and Unified Access Services Licensees based on this tendering process,
Service Areas are as below:

 Sl.        Name of        Areas covered
 No.    Telecom Circle
 01    Andaman        &    Entire area falling within the Union Territory of
       Nicobar Island      Andaman & Nicobar Island
 02    Andhra Pradesh      Entire area falling within the State of Andhra Pradesh.
 03.   Assam               Entire area falling within the State of Assam.
 04.   Bihar               Entire area falling within the re-organized State of
                           Bihar and newly created State of Jharkhand pursuant to
                           the Bihar Reorganization Act, 2000 (No.30 of 2000)
                           dated 25th August, 2000.
 05.   Gujarat             Entire area falling within the State of Gujarat and
                           Union Territory of Daman and Diu, Silvassa (Dadra &
                           Nagar Haveli).
 06.   Haryana             Entire area falling within the State of Haryana
 07.   Himachal Pradesh    Entire area falling within the State of Himachal
                           Pradesh
 08.   Jammu & Kashmir     Entire area falling within the State of Jammu &
                           Kashmir including the autonomous council of Ladakh.
 09.   Karnataka           Entire area falling within the State of Karnataka
 10    Kerala              Entire area falling within the State of Kerala and Union
                           Territory of Lakshadeep and Minicoy.
 11.   Madhya Pradesh      Entire area falling within the re-organized State of
                           Madhya Pradesh as well as the newly created State of
                           Chattisgarh pursuant to the Madhya Pradesh
                           Reorganization Act, 2000 (No:28 of 2000) dated 25 th
                           August, 2000.
 12.   Maharashtra         Entire area falling within the State of Maharashtra and
                           Union Territory of Goa, including areas covered by
                           MTNL Mumbai.
 13.   North East          Entire area falling within the States of Arunachal
                           Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Manipur and
                           Tripura.
 14.   Orissa              Entire area falling within the State of Orissa.
 15.   Punjab              Entire area falling within the State of Punjab and Union
                           territory of Chandigarh.
 16.   Rajasthan           Entire area falling within the State of Rajasthan.
 17.   Tamilnadu           Entire area falling within the State of Tamilnadu and
                           Union Territory of Pondichery including the areas
                           covered by Madras Telephone System.


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  18.   Uttar   Pradesh   - Entire area covered by Western Uttar Pradesh with the
        West                following as its boundary districts towards Eastern
                            Uttar Pradesh: Pilibhit, Bareilly, Badaun, Etah,
                            Mainpuri and Etawah. It will also include the newly
                            created State of Uttaranchal pursuant to the Uttar
                            Pradesh Re-organisation Act, 2000 (No.29 of 2000)
                            dated 25th August, 2000.
 19.    Uttar   Pradesh   - Entire area covered by Eastern Uttar Pradesh with the
        East                following as its boundary districts towards Western
                            Uttar Pradesh: Shahjahanpur, Farrukhabad, Kanpur and
                            Jalaun.

 20.    West Bengal          Entire area falling within the State of West Bengal and
                             the State of Sikkim including the areas covered by
                             Calcutta Telephone System.

(Yenum, an area of Union Territory of Pondicherry is served under Andhra Pradesh
Telecom Circle in East Godavari LDCA.)

NOTE:

(i)     The Service Area for which the Agreements are to be entered into shall be co-
        extensive and be the same for the named Service Areas as those of existing
        licenses of Basic service. Reorganization of Telecom Circle or change of
        Local Area, if any, during finalization of the said agreement to existing
        Operators will not have any effect on the Service Area of the Agreement.

(ii)    The above Service Areas refer to Telecom Service Area Units (Telecom Circle
        Service Area including Metro City Service Areas) and not the State
        geographical areas.




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            SERVICE AREAS FOR CMTS/ UASL LICENSEES

  (TELECOM CIRCLES/ METRO CITY AND THE AR EAS COVERED)


Sl.      Name of                         Areas covered                       Cate-
No.   Telecom Circle/                                                        gory
           Metro
       Service Area
01.   West Bengal        Entire area falling within the Union Territory       B
                         of Andaman & Nicobar Islands and area
                         falling within the State of West Bengal and the
                         State of Sikkim excluding the areas covered by
                         Kolkata Metro Service Area.
02.   Andhra Pradesh     Entire area falling within the State of Andhra       A
                         Pradesh.
03.   Assam              Entire area falling within the State of Assam.       C
04.   Bihar              Entire area falling within the re-organized          C
                         State of Bihar and newly created State of
                         Jharkhand       pursuant     to     the     Bihar
                         Reorganization Act, 2000 (No.30 of 2000)
                         dated 25th August, 2000.
05.   Gujarat            Entire area falling within the State of Gujarat      A
                         and Union Territory of Daman and Diu,
                         Silvassa (Dadra & Nagar Haveli).
06.   Haryana            Entire area falling within the State of Haryana      B
                         except the local areas served by Faridabad and
                         Gurgaon Telephone exchanges.
07.   Himachal Pradesh   Entire area falling within the State of Himachal     C
                         Pradesh
08.   Jammu & Kashmir    Entire area falling within the State of Jammu        C
                         & Kashmir including the autonomous council
                         of Ladakh.
09.   Karnataka          Entire area falling within the State of              A
                         Karnataka
10.   Kerala             Entire area falling within the State of Kerala       B
                         and Union Territory of Lakshadeep and
                         Minicoy.
11.   Madhya Pradesh     Entire area falling within the re-organized          B
                         State of Madhya Pradesh as well as the newly
                         created State of Chhattisgarh pursuant to the
                         Madhya Pradesh Reorganization Act, 2000
                         (No:28 of 2000) dated 25th August, 2000.
12.   Maharashtra        Entire area falling within the State of              A
                         Maharashtra and Union Territory of Goa,
                         excluding areas covered by Mumbai Metro
                         Service Area.
13.   North East         Entire area falling within the States of             C
                         Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram,
                         Nagaland, Manipur and Tripura.


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  Sl.         Name of                         Areas covered                     Cate-
  No.     Telecom Circle/                                                       gory
               Metro
           Service Area
  14.    Orissa               Entire area falling within the State of Orissa. C
  15.    Punjab               Entire area falling within the State of Punjab  B
                              and Union territory of Chandigarh.
  16.    Rajasthan            Entire area falling within the State of         B
                              Rajasthan.
  17.    Tamilnadu            Entire area falling within the State of         A
                              Tamilnadu and Union Territory of Pondichery
                              excluding the areas covered by Chennai Metro
                              Service Area.
  18.    Uttar   Pradesh    - Entire area covered by Western Uttar Pradesh    B
         West                 with the following as its boundary districts
                              towards Eastern Uttar Pradesh: Pilibhit,
                              Bareilly, Badaun, Etah, Mainpuri and Etawah.
                              It will exclude the local telephone area of
                              Ghaziabad and Noida. However, it will also
                              include the newly created State of Uttaranchal
                              pursuant to the Uttar Pradesh Re-organization
                              Act, 2000 (No.29 of 2000) dated 25th August,
                              2000.
  19.    Uttar Pradesh      - Entire area covered by Eastern Uttar Pradesh    B
         East                 with the following as its boundary districts
                              towards Western Uttar Pradesh: Shahjahanpur,
                              Farrukhabad, Kanpur and Jalaun.
  20.    Chennai              Local Areas served by Chennai Telephones, Metro
                              Maraimalai Nagar Export Promotion Zone
                              (MPEZ),       Minzur     and     Mahabalipuram
                              Exchanges

NOTE:

(i)     Yenum, an area of Union Territory of Pondicherry is served under Andhra
        Pradesh Telecom Circle in East Godavari LDCA.

(ii)    The definition of local areas with regard to the above Service Area as
        applicable to this Licence is as per definition applicable to Cellular Mobile
        Service Licences as in the year 1994 & 1995, when those Licences were
        granted to them. This is in accordance with respective Gazette Notification for
        such local areas wherever issued and as per the statutory definition under Rule
        2 (w) Indian Telephones Rules, 1951, as it stood during the year 1994/1995
        where no specific Gazette Notification has been issued.




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                                                                        ANNEXURE-2

                        STATE WISE TOWERS DETAILS

        The figures corresponding to number of villages, total numbe r of
households and total population getting covered (as shown in Annexure-2 of the
Tender Document) indicate the actual coverage by the proposed Towers and the
same do not tally with the corresponding figures shown in the District-wise
Coverage Report (as given in Annexure-2A of the Tender Document). This is
due to the fact that a numbe r of villages in District-wise Coverage Report may be
getting covered by more than one tower.


1.   ANDHRA PRADES H

                        Summary of Tower Placements in Andhra Pradesh

      State          District           No. of   No. of Villages   Total Number            Total
                                     Proposed           Getting    of House hol d     Populati on
                                       Towers    Covered by the       Covered by          Getting
                                                      Proposed            Tower       Covered by
                                                        Towers                      the Proposed
                                                                                          Towers


 Andhra Pradesh   Adilabad                 29               568          168456          784314
 Andhra Pradesh   Anantapur                52               453          314002         1456195
 Andhra Pradesh   Chittoor                 39               551          327605         1427292
 Andhra Pradesh   Cuddapah                 27               367          218864          944468
 Andhra Pradesh   East Godavari            11               228          245151         1000504
 Andhra Pradesh   Guntur                   16               172          197659          841517
 Andhra Pradesh   Karimnagar               24               426          302071         1280142
 Andhra Pradesh   Khammam                  27               355          213263          889552
 Andhra Pradesh   Krishna                  12               237          182410          751130
 Andhra Pradesh   Kurnool                  47               524          351482         1755927
 Andhra Pradesh   Mahbubnagar              47               781          351719         1769623
 Andhra Pradesh   Medak                    21               448          174248          896996
 Andhra Pradesh   Nalagonda                39               593          346014         1529641
 Andhra Pradesh   Nellore                  28               398          206088          850206
 Andhra Pradesh   Nizamabad                22               391          188271          887620
 Andhra Pradesh   Prakasam                 38               466          272400         1207575
 Andhra Pradesh   Rangareddy               16               324          110607          568027
 Andhra Pradesh   Srikakulam               12               426          141860          612604
 Andhra Pradesh   Vishakapatnam            11               239          171277          714082
 Andhra Pradesh   Vizianagaram             17               473          183457          795131
 Andhra Pradesh   Warangal                 38               517          348518         1519245
 Andhra Pradesh   West Godavari             8               144          136637          540565
 Andhra Pradesh
                        22
 Count
 Andhra Pradesh
                                          581              9081         5152059        23022356
 Total




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2.   ARUNACHAL PRADES H

                      Summary of Tower Placements in Arunachal Pradesh
         State          District         No. of          No. of Total Number               Total
                                      Proposed         Villages of House hol d        Populati on
                                        Towers          Getting    Covered by             Getting
                                                    Covered by         Tower          Covered by
                                                  the Proposed                      the Proposed
                                                        Towers                            Towers


 Arunachal Pradesh   Changlang                6              116          14040            74779
 Arunachal Pradesh   Dibang Valley            4               44           5843            30103
 Arunachal Pradesh   East Kameng              2               41           1938             8220
 Arunachal Pradesh   East Siang               3               25           2859            16661
 Arunachal Pradesh   Lohit                   12              193          19796            97629
 Arunachal Pradesh   Lower Subansiri          4              107           3124            15672
 Arunachal Pradesh   Tawang                   4               94           5507            27005
 Arunachal Pradesh   Tirap                   10               97          12544            68343
 Arunachal Pradesh   Upper Siang              3               12           1637             7517
 Arunachal Pradesh   Upper Subansiri          3              110           5913            30675
 Arunachal Pradesh   West Kameng              7               54           9283            43227
 Arunachal Pradesh   West Siang               4               43           2048            10964
 Arunachal Pradesh
                           12
 Count
 Arunachal Pradesh
                                             62              936          84532          430795
 Total

3.   ASSAM

                            Summary of Tower Placements in Assam
         State           District         No. of   No. of Villages        Total             Total
                                       Proposed           Getting    Number of        Populati on
                                         Towers       Covere d by    House hol d          Getting
                                                    the Proposed     Covered by    Covered by the
                                                          Towers         Tower          Proposed
                                                                                          Towers


 Assam               Barpeta                  9               298         66833           387037
 Assam               Bongaigaon               5               257         42942           242044
 Assam               Cachar                   5               143         35566           183924
 Assam               Darrang                  8               331         66342           368450
 Assam               Dhubri                  11               336         90873           495031
 Assam               Dibrugarh                4               174         21679           115360
 Assam               Goalpara                 5               200         38989           229059
 Assam               Go laghat                1                24          4950            25584
 Assam               Hailakandi               1                34          8866            50366
 Assam               Jorhat                   3               108         19219           106867
 Assam               Kamrup                   5               153         39858           237246
 Assam               Karimganj                2                83         15882            88664
 Assam               Kokrajhar                2                47          6840            37107
 Assam               Lakhimpur                2                97         19507           113501
 Assam               Marigaon                 6               156         34202           212941



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 Assam           Nagaon                      7              203         64561           376268
 Assam           Nalbari                     8              267         64395           365349
 Assam           Sibsagar                    4              137         26650           138055
 Assam           Sonitpur                    1               34          5441            29474
 Assam           Tinsukia                    1               36          4620            25581
 Assam Count             20
 Assam Total                             90                3118        678215          3827908

4.   BIHAR

                         Summary of Tower Placements in Bihar

         State       District         No. of     No. of Villages        Total             Total
                                   Proposed             Getting    Number of        Populati on
                                     Towers         Covered by     House hol d          Getting
                                                  the Proposed     Covered by    Covered by the
                                                        Towers         Tower          Proposed
                                                                                        Towers


 Bihar           Araria                  18                 562        311661          1602615
 Bihar           Aurangabad              22                1170        181742          1276288
 Bihar           Banka                   21                1013        190800          1089517
 Bihar           Begusarai                5                 221        102067           573728
 Bihar           Bhagalpur                6                 409        127411           704640
 Bihar           Bhojpur                 12                 520        156394          1083193
 Bihar           Bu xar                  10                 482         96833           702321
 Bihar           Darbhanga               13                 708        395721          2088070
 Bihar           Gaya                    32                1916        306025          2069292
 Bihar           Gopalganj                9                 892        161392          1094793
 Bihar           Jamu i                  29                1088        172155          1036424
 Bihar           Jehanabad                6                 546        141252           917171
                 Kaimu r
 Bihar                                   20                 893        115148           798904
                 (Bhabua)
 Bihar           Katihar                 19                 887        257882          1323653
 Bihar           Khagaria                 4                  82         68276           373504
 Bihar           Kishanganj              18                 600        192234           958408
 Bihar           Lakhisarai               4                 245         83651           531875
 Bihar           Madhepura                9                 240        159781           904237
 Bihar           Madhubani               16                 676        402073          2186693
 Bihar           Munger                   6                 321         73844           414984
 Bihar           Muzaffarpur             14                 935        326704          1862509
 Bihar           Nalanda                  7                 432        130601           846028
 Bihar           Nawada                   7                 528        143205          1022813
                 Pashchim
 Bihar                                   32                 887        276315          1601122
                 Champaran
 Bihar           Patna                   11                 458        137015           901934
                 Purba
 Bihar                                   15                 717        339573          2068467
                 Champaran
 Bihar           Purnia                  15                 755        295048          1497348
 Bihar           Rohtas                  17                1055        174217          1242634
 Bihar           Saharsa                  9                 324        178897           992643
 Bihar           Samastipur              12                 577        283280          1631060
 Bihar           Saran                    9                 596        158436          1074795



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 Bihar                Sheikhpura               5              149          38783           259347
 Bihar                Sheohar                  3              147          82704           400988
 Bihar                Sitamarh i              13              441         280984          1350761
 Bihar                Siwan                   16             1016         260187          1828671
 Bihar                Supaul                  17              395         220120          1234427
 Bihar                Vaishali                 8              703         197296          1292506
 Bihar Count                 37
 Bihar Total                           489         23586             7219707        42838363


5.   CHHATTIS GARH

                          Summary of Tower Placements in Chhattisgarh
        State             District        No. of   No. of Villages         Total             Total
                                       Proposed           Getting     Number of        Populati on
                                         Towers       Covered by      House hol d          Getting
                                                    the Proposed      Covered by    Covered by the
                                                          Towers          Tower          Proposed
                                                                                           Towers


 Chhattisgarh         Bastar                  49              680         138395           696364
 Chhattisgarh         Bilaspur                32              890         183244           917668
 Chhattisgarh         Dantewada               30              377          56237           272844
 Chhattisgarh         Dhamtari                35              453          92357           509802
 Chhattisgarh         Durg                    46             1061         207256          1091199
 Chhattisgarh         Janjgir-Champa          21              610         152337           791261
 Chhattisgarh         Jashpur                 23              405          78821           395162
 Chhattisgarh         Kanker                  30              274          42540           210417
 Chhattisgarh         Kawardha                11              450          57972           302752
 Chhattisgarh         Korba                   16              329          68095           339136
 Chhattisgarh         Koriya                  38              501          62530           303885
 Chhattisgarh         Mahasamund              26              749          93688           450021
 Chhattisgarh         Raigarh                 22              725         120470           565746
 Chhattisgarh         Raipur                  69             1395         258095          1322061
 Chhattisgarh         Rajnandgaon             18              593          79306           415994
 Chhattisgarh         Surguja                 94             1437         255518          1311939
 Chhattisgarh Count           16
 Chhattisgarh Total                          560            10929        1946861          9896251




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6.   GUJARAT

                        Summary of Tower Placements in Gujarat

       State         District         No. of     No. of Villages         Total             Total
                                   Proposed             Getting     Number of        Populati on
                                     Towers         Covered by      House hol d          Getting
                                                  the Proposed      Covered by    Covered by the
                                                        Towers          Tower          Proposed
                                                                                         Towers


 Gu jarat        Kachchh                 32                 312          58507           293142
 Gu jarat        Navsari                  3                  73          47703           229979
 Gu jarat        Surat                   12                 217          58416           281078
 Gu jarat        Valsad                  19                 220          62538           345617
 Gujarat Count           4
 Gujarat Total                           66                 822         227164          1149816


7.   HARYANA

                        Summary of Tower Placements in Haryana
       State         District         No. of      No. of Villages        Total             Total
                                   Proposed              Getting    Number of        Populati on
                                     Towers       Covered by the    House hol d          Getting
                                                       Proposed     Covered by    Covered by the
                                                         Towers         Tower          Proposed
                                                                                         Towers


 Haryana         Bhiwani                     2                 26         7173            42475
 Haryana         Gu rgaon                    2                 50        15841           112928
 Haryana         Jind                        3                 50        31250           187340
 Haryana         Kaithal                     3                 68        21069           125654
 Haryana         Karnal                      1                 24        11252            65666
 Haryana         Mahendragarh                1                 12         3401            24656
 Haryana         Panchkula                   1                  9         1948            11435
 Haryana         Yamunanagar                 1                 34         4051            24608
 Haryana Count           8
 Haryana Total                           14                   273        95985           594762




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8.   HIMACHAL PRADES H

                       Summary of Tower Placements in Hi machal Pradesh
        State            District        No. of   No. of Villages        Total              Total
                                      Proposed           Getting    Number of         Populati on
                                        Towers    Covered by the    House hol d           Getting
                                                       Proposed     Covered by     Covered by the
                                                         Towers         Tower           Proposed
                                                                                          Towers


 Himachal Pradesh    Bilaspur               14               310           13831           74276
 Himachal Pradesh    Chamba                 48               616           37657          202917
 Himachal Pradesh    Hamirpur               11               466           19974           95096
 Himachal Pradesh    Kangra                 56              1321          102974          504920
 Himachal Pradesh    Kinnaur                 4                54            2726           11550
 Himachal Pradesh    Kullu                   9                28            7479           39152
 Himachal Pradesh    Mandi                  16               540           20810          100934
 Himachal Pradesh    Shimla                 29               508           16662           86458
 Himachal Pradesh    Sirmaur                60               525           37281          221868
 Himachal Pradesh    Solan                  38              1170           27717          147041
 Himachal Pradesh    Una                    10               115            8709           44875
 Hi machal Pradesh
                           11
 Count
 Hi machal Pradesh
                                           295              5653          295820         1529087
 Total

9.   JAMMU & KAS HMIR

                       Summary of Tower Placements in Jammu & Kashmir
        State            District        No. of   No. of Villages        Total              Total
                                      Proposed           Getting    Number of         Populati on
                                        Towers    Covered by the    House hol d           Getting
                                                       Proposed     Covered by     Covered by the
                                                         Towers         Tower           Proposed
                                                                                          Towers

 Jammu & Kashmir     Anantnag               18               182           52012          376739
 Jammu & Kashmir     Badgam                  5               138           28393          197811
 Jammu & Kashmir     Baramu la              25               310           73885          531067
 Jammu & Kashmir     Doda                   25               157           46660          292261
 Jammu & Kashmir     Jammu &
                                            11               271           49144          254628
                     Kashmir
 Jammu & Kashmir     Kathua                 18               242           42389          247884
 Jammu & Kashmir     Kupwara                24               312           71849          541716
 Jammu & Kashmir     Pulwama                 6               188           32546          227900
 Jammu & Kashmir     Punch                   6                46           14924           94149
 Jammu & Kashmir     Rajauri                11                81           25560          159341
 Jammu & Kashmir     Srinagar                4                27            7750           53216
 Jammu & Kashmir     Udhampur               25               196           46698          289738
 Jammu & Kashmir
                           12
 Count
 Jammu & Kashmir
                                           178              2150          491810         3266450
 Total



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10. JHARKHAND

                        Summary of Tower Placements in Jharkhand

       State          District        No. of     No. of Villages        Total             Total
                                   Proposed             Getting    Number of        Populati on
                                     Towers      Covered by the    House hol d          Getting
                                                      Proposed     Covered by    Covered by the
                                                        Towers         Tower          Proposed
                                                                                        Towers


Jharkhand         Bokaro                  5                 169         37908           210706
Jharkhand         Chatra                 18                 600         56273           334975
Jharkhand         Deoghar                12                1195         77118           474636
Jharkhand         Dhanbad                 3                 222         21100           119474
Jharkhand         Du mka                 26                1946        162662           860075
Jharkhand         Garhwa                 19                 399         87432           515570
Jharkhand         Girid ih               20                1220        123233           783879
Jharkhand         Godda                   8                 619         65657           351193
Jharkhand         Gu mla                 45                 762        137096           723668
Jharkhand         Hazaribagh              8                 276         53228           310208
Jharkhand         Kodarma                 3                 152         15361            95051
Jharkhand         Lohardaga               3                 102         12637            66940
Jharkhand         Pakaur                 12                 682         62519           310849
Jharkhand         Palamu                 49                1282        170587           982435
                  Pashchimi
Jharkhand                                40                1184        138042           699459
                  Singhbhum
                  Purbi
Jharkhand                                    4              278         30629           154151
                  Singhbhum
Jharkhand         Ranchi                 19                 707         91042           457193
Jharkhand         Sahibganj              11                 734         74645           378178
Jharkhand Count            18
Jharkhand Total                         305               12529      1417169           7828640




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11. KARNATAKA

                        Summary of Tower Placements in Karnataka

       State          District         No. of     No. of Villages        Total             Total
                                    Proposed             Getting    Number of        Populati on
                                      Towers      Covered by the    House hol d          Getting
                                                       Proposed     Covered by    Covered by the
                                                         Towers         Tower          Proposed
                                                                                         Towers


Karnataka         Bagalkote                8                 186         40577           226714
Karnataka         Bangalore Rural         10                 330         56252           259195
Karnataka         Belgaum                 13                 184         80084           436018
Karnataka         Bellary                 16                 179         60083           338624
Karnataka         Bidar                   20                 299        100709           599650
Karnataka         Bijapur                 25                 286         86819           501882
                  Chamaraja
Karnataka                                     8              124         48426           227262
                  Nagar
Karnataka         Chikmagalur              9                 262         44875           206823
Karnataka         Chitradurga             14                 274         59456           309853
Karnataka         Davangere               13                 304         62621           332941
Karnataka         Dharwar                  3                  59         17071            91676
Karnataka         Gadag                    7                  95         32134           174624
Karnataka         Gu lbarga               61                 701        192691          1127509
Karnataka         Hassan                  10                 604         63532           304004
Karnataka         Haveri                   8                 236         65667           361713
Karnataka         Karwar                  17                 381         38043           191179
Karnataka         Koddagu                  6                 312         36660           182091
Karnataka         Kolar                   48                1536        181396           897254
Karnataka         Koppal                  14                 214         63919           369862
Karnataka         Mandya                  14                 423         57316           271730
Karnataka         Mangalore                1                  10          4289            22578
Karnataka         Mysore                   8                 246         54106           262234
Karnataka         Raichur                 34                 518        130873           746022
Karnataka         Shimoga                 21                 345         51947           258972
Karnataka         Tumkur                  38                1198        190554           893964
Karnataka         Udupi                    1                   3          2013             9669
Karnataka Count           26
Karnataka Total                          427                9309      1822113           9604043




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12. KERALA

                          Summary of Tower Placements in Kerala

         State        District            No. of        No. of         Total             Total
                                       Proposed       Villages    Number of        Populati on
                                         Towers       Getting     House hol d          Getting
                                                   Covered by     Covered by    Covered by the
                                                           the        Tower          Proposed
                                                    Proposed                           Towers
                                                      Towers

Kerala           Idukki                        6           19          87172           366791
Kerala           Kannur                        4           16          52035           240591
Kerala           Kasaragod                     3           12          25414           135521
Kerala           Kollam                        3            6          22126            88560
Kerala           Kozh ikode                    2            9          27477           126821
Kerala           Malappuram                    3           14          67061           348688
Kerala           Palakkad                     12           28          76339           371010
Kerala           Pathanamthitta                4            4          21268            87277
                 Thiruvananthapu
Kerala                                        2             6          26405           105508
                 ram
Kerala           Thrissur                     4            12          30862           136543
Kerala           Wayanad                      3            14          43205           203877
Kerala Count            11
Kerala Total                                  46          140         479364          2211187

13. MADHYA PRADES H

                      Summary of Tower Placements in Madhya Pradesh

         State        District            No. of        No. of         Total             Total
                                       Proposed       Villages    Number of        Populati on
                                         Towers       Getting     House hol d          Getting
                                                   Covered by     Covered by    Covered by the
                                                           the        Tower          Proposed
                                                    Proposed                           Towers
                                                      Towers

Madhya Pradesh   Balaghat                     12          319          97983           475009
Madhya Pradesh   Barwani                      21          384         105339           677095
Madhya Pradesh   Betul                        29          628         113709           644776
Madhya Pradesh   Bhind                        25          549         147064           978106
Madhya Pradesh   Bhopal                        7          204          24948           141288
Madhya Pradesh   Chhatarpur                   35          626         150227           890556
Madhya Pradesh   Chhindwara                   28          771         162191           864951
Madhya Pradesh   Damoh                        21          544         103536           506461
Madhya Pradesh   Datia                        11          362          68605           403779
Madhya Pradesh   Dewas                        23          556          97240           572123
Madhya Pradesh   Dhar                         39         1008         190304          1129776
Madhya Pradesh   Dindori                       6          159          25159           114634
Madhya Pradesh   East Nimar                   31          557         126517           691915
Madhya Pradesh   Guna                         25          615          73960           453422
Madhya Pradesh   Gwalior                       9          201         179119          1047063



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Madhya Pradesh   Harda                8    196      24064    137841
Madhya Pradesh   Hoshangabad         15    311      60853    334710
Madhya Pradesh   Indore              10    246      48780    292984
Madhya Pradesh   Jabalpur             6    199      36307    174120
Madhya Pradesh   Jhabua              36    889     146214    915572
Madhya Pradesh   Katni               27    636     134632    653107
Madhya Pradesh   Mandla               8    233      38562    179530
Madhya Pradesh   Mandsaur            23    584     125769    688196
Madhya Pradesh   Morena              20    440     143304    961975
Madhya Pradesh   Narsimhapur         14    476      86800    451558
Madhya Pradesh   Neemuch              6    145      29815    159510
Madhya Pradesh   Panna               25    575     112376    578522
Madhya Pradesh   Raisen              23    642      91101    511318
Madhya Pradesh   Rajgarh             13    501      68805    402178
Madhya Pradesh   Ratlam              25    706     120831    678103
Madhya Pradesh   Rewa                23   1005     161542    881659
Madhya Pradesh   Sagar               28    768     136741    705836
Madhya Pradesh   Satna               39   1181     212115   1147415
Madhya Pradesh   Sehore              16    436      89653    530858
Madhya Pradesh   Seoni                9    303      49098    248114
Madhya Pradesh   Shahdol             34    749     162906    784518
Madhya Pradesh   Shajapur            30    667     134271    793696
Madhya Pradesh   Sheopur             21    281      51349    301011
Madhya Pradesh   Shivpuri            35    748     124807    743210
Madhya Pradesh   Sidhi               43   1001     193025   1067737
Madhya Pradesh   Tikamgarh           28    613     153082    885120
Madhya Pradesh   Ujjain              27    691     206009   1179456
Madhya Pradesh   Umaria               9    202      40775    208059
Madhya Pradesh   Vid isha            29    855      99959    573164
Madhya Pradesh   West Nimar          33    743     146393    837565
Madhya Pradesh
                      45
Count
Madhya Pradesh
                                    985   24505   4895839   27597596
Total




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14. MAHARASHTRA

                        Summary of Tower Placements in Maharashtra

      State            District           No. of          No. of        Total             Total
                                       Proposed         Villages   Number of        Populati on
                                         Towers         Getting    House hol d          Getting
                                                     Covered by    Covered by    Covered by the
                                                             the       Tower          Proposed
                                                      Proposed                          Towers
                                                        Towers

Maharashtra         Ahmadnagar                  54          749        300317          1568363
Maharashtra         Akola                       22          512        150792           748808
Maharashtra         Amravati                    29          596        174230           835095
Maharashtra         Aurangabad                  29          600        155521           823151
Maharashtra         Bhandara                    22          513        153340           713296
Maharashtra         Bid                         38          627        164236           845421
Maharashtra         Buldana                     37          744        235188          1165328
Maharashtra         Chandrapur                  42          801        192337           847527
Maharashtra         Dhule                       27          364        133221           685666
Maharashtra         Gadchiroli                  43          725        114837           524292
Maharashtra         Gondiya                     20          455        112159           531679
Maharashtra         Hingoli                     19          382         94296           512030
Maharashtra         Jalgaon                     39          765        264180          1312342
Maharashtra         Jalna                       43          675        236697          1261737
Maharashtra         Kolhapur                    34          672        227244          1123391
Maharashtra         Latur                       19          359        131073           721097
Maharashtra         Nagpur                      30          642        125278           575705
Maharashtra         Nanded                      43          806        238721          1268415
Maharashtra         Nandurbar                   30          570        150659           809925
Maharashtra         Nashik                      33          635        164388           908488
Maharashtra         Osmanabad                   38          468        184940           923209
Maharashtra         Parbhani                    27          503        128454           682103
Maharashtra         Pune                        10          177         82905           420543
Maharashtra         Raigarh                      9          316         63714           297867
Maharashtra         Ratnagiri                   33          726        163071           720658
Maharashtra         Sangli                      29          295        159771           833128
Maharashtra         Satara                      31          620        188945           928872
Maharashtra         Sindhudurg                  17          342         74555           341267
Maharashtra         Solapur                     68          768        366628          1895514
Maharashtra         Thane                       22          519        110830           578297
Maharashtra         Wardha                      19          419         81166           364218
Maharashtra         Washim                      23          415        106194           526780
Maharashtra         Yavatmal                    38          760        181566           850642
Maharashtra Count           33
Maharashtra Total                             1017        18520      5411453          27144854




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15. MANIPUR

                          Summary of Tower Placements in Mani pur

       State           District            No. of         No. of         Total             Total
                                        Proposed        Villages    Number of        Populati on
                                          Towers        Getting     House hol d          Getting
                                                     Covered by     Covered by    Covered by the
                                                             the        Tower          Proposed
                                                      Proposed                           Towers
                                                        Towers

Manipur            Bishnupur                     1           20          13335            78605
Manipur            Chandel                      14           97           9382            52712
Manipur            Churachandpur                22          122          10504            65178
Manipur            Imphal East                   8          119          40702           234286
Manipur            Imphal West                   1           52          29056           166244
Manipur            Senapati                      6           59           4026            23742
Manipur            Tamenglong                   17           77           8576            58755
Manipur            Thoubal                       6           77          48531           257828
Manipur            Ukhru l                      20           72           8572            50801
Mani pur Count             9
Mani pur Total                                  95          695         172684           988151

16. MEGHALAYA

                         Summary of Tower Placements in Meghalaya

       State           District            No. of         No. of         Total             Total
                                        Proposed        Villages    Number of        Populati on
                                          Towers        Getting     House hol d          Getting
                                                     Covered by     Covered by    Covered by the
                                                             the        Tower          Proposed
                                                      Proposed                           Towers
                                                        Towers

Meghalaya          East Garo Hills              10          397          22082           122384
Meghalaya          East Khasi Hills             12          284          35399           192711
Meghalaya          Jaintia Hills                18          285          28976           173545
Meghalaya          Ri Bhoi                      13          306          18452           103186
Meghalaya          South Garo Hills              5          335           9001            51584
Meghalaya          West Garo Hills              29          856          55511           296851
Meghalaya          West Khasi Hills             15          340          19514           115595
Meghal aya Count            7
Meghal aya Total                               102         2803         188935          1055856




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17. MIZORAM

                         Summary of Tower Placements in Mizoram

       State          District           No. of        No. of           Total             Total
                                      Proposed       Villages      Number of        Populati on
                                        Towers       Getting       House hol d          Getting
                                                  Covered by       Covered by    Covered by the
                                                          the          Tower          Proposed
                                                   Proposed                             Towers
                                                     Towers

Mizo ram          Aizawl                     13            62           15234            72796
Mizo ram          Champhai                    7            36            7559            39213
Mizo ram          Kolasib                     4            17            4824            20841
Mizo ram          Lawngtlai                   8            59            8908            44610
Mizo ram          Lunglei                    14            84           12160            58910
Mizo ram          Mamit                      13            59           10358            52351
Mizo ram          Saiha                       8            30            7510            41727
Mizo ram          Serchhip                    4            14            7103            36624
Mizoram Count             8
Mizoram Total                                71          361            73656           367072

18. NAGALAND

                        Summary of Tower Placements in Nagal and
       State          District           No. of        No. of           Total             Total
                                      Proposed       Villages      Number of        Populati on
                                        Towers       Getting       House hol d          Getting
                                                  Covered by       Covered by    Covered by the
                                                          the          Tower          Proposed
                                                   Proposed                             Towers
                                                     Towers

Nagaland          Kohima                      6            61           14560            84752
Nagaland          Mokokchung                  6            63           21935           137940
Nagaland          Mon                         9            69           21607           162554
Nagaland          Phek                        5            52           18338            93076
Nagaland          Tuensang                   19            99           25130           176400
Nagaland          Wokha                       9            77           18987           120932
Nagaland          Zunheboto                   2            53            7749            42341
Nag aland Count          7
Nag aland Total                              56          474           128306           817995




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19. ORISSA

                       Summary of Tower Placements in Orissa

       State       District            No. of        No. of         Total             Total
                                    Proposed       Villages    Number of        Populati on
                                      Towers       Getting     House hol d          Getting
                                                Covered by     Covered by    Covered by the
                                                        the        Tower          Proposed
                                                 Proposed                           Towers
                                                   Towers

Orissa         Anugul                      11          359          49856           244650
Orissa         Balangir                    21          857         145605           637770
Orissa         Baleshwar                   25         1427         219988          1106943
Orissa         Bargarh                     28          757         190689           857331
Orissa         Baudh                        2          123          13638            63917
Orissa         Bhadrak                     10          639         121068           674248
Orissa         Cuttack                     11          534         102070           498500
Orissa         Debagarh                     2           68           9219            43303
Orissa         Dhenkanal                   19          515         107427           512515
Orissa         Gajapati                     9          485          42698           192216
Orissa         Ganjam                      29          965         224802          1077585
Orissa         Jagatsinghapur              10          477          91089           432702
Orissa         Jajapur                     11          692         159809           781795
Orissa         Jharsuguda                   6          140          46390           220757
Orissa         Kalahandi                   28          655         160539           656329
Orissa         Kandhamal                    7          310          26100           114813
Orissa         Kendrapara                  12          784         170760           803843
Orissa         Kendujhar                   15          570          99889           467254
Orissa         Khorda                       4          244          57012           309105
Orissa         Koraput                     26          722         119898           495288
Orissa         Malkangiri                  13          246          39404           182544
Orissa         Mayurbhanj                  18          918         125958           589251
Orissa         Nabarangapur                37          596         158274           728218
Orissa         Nayagarh                     9          515          79817           387162
Orissa         Nuapada                     15          331          68113           291720
Orissa         Puri                         9          609         110264           584148
Orissa         Rayagada                    12          393          38409           166863
Orissa         Sambalpur                   10          293          47525           211989
Orissa         Sonapur                      8          349          58536           276177
Orissa         Sundargarh                  15          357          75988           344097
Orissa Count           30
Orissa Total                              432        15930       2960834          13953033




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20. PUNJ AB

                          Summary of Tower Placements in Punjab

       State          District             No. of         No. of         Total               Total
                                        Proposed        Villages    Number of          Populati on
                                          Towers        Getting     House hol d            Getting
                                                     Covered by     Covered by      Covered by the
                                                             the        Tower            Proposed
                                                      Proposed                             Towers
                                                        Towers

Punjab            Amritsar                     7            203             40630            243975
Punjab            Firozpur                     1             28              4494             26634
Punjab            Gu rdaspur                   5            270             34870            205801
Punjab Count              3
Punjab Total                                  13            501             79994            476410

21. RAJ ASTAHAN

                        Summary of Tower Placements in Rajasthan

       State          District             No. of         No. of         Total               Total
                                        Proposed        Villages    Number of          Populati on
                                          Towers        Getting     House hol d            Getting
                                                     Covered by     Covered by      Covered by the
                                                             the        Tower            Proposed
                                                      Proposed                             Towers
                                                        Towers

Rajasthan         Ajmer                        9            193          47986               283521
Rajasthan         Alwar                       15            643         118917               793174
Rajasthan         Banswara                     9            474          79056               451864
Rajasthan         Baran                        7            236          31258               188681
Rajasthan         Barmer                      25            345          70764               444954
Rajasthan         Bharatpur                    6            294          61491               422645
Rajasthan         Bhilwara                    15            472          93951               493575
Rajasthan         Bikaner                     36            297          63203               442830
Rajasthan         Bundi            10               254            48957            270627
Rajasthan         Chittaurgarh     11               450            65316            326258
Rajasthan         Churu            19               327            74590            489213
Rajasthan         Dausa            2                115            19931            134992
Rajasthan         Dholpur          3                111            19292            133405
Rajasthan         Dungarpur        7                311            69307            377297
Rajasthan         Ganganagar       5                215            20166            119695
Rajasthan         Hanumangarh      20               560            84974            521941
Rajasthan         Jaipur           8                319            59172            406087
Rajasthan         Jaisalmer        23               141            24712            147468
Rajasthan         Jalor            21               382            117221           710953
Rajasthan         Jhalawar         3                153            17723            102627
Rajasthan         Jhunjhunun       11               309            84353            527023
Rajasthan         Jodhpur          33               382            100798           681366
Rajasthan         Karauli          12               394            95949            642635
Rajasthan         Kota             7                509            38268            224214



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Rajasthan         Nagaur           18             667             86332            554894
Rajasthan         Pali             15             294             121094           654056
Rajasthan         Rajsamand        5              212             58559            294611
Rajasthan         Sawai Madhopur   12             429             86166            547503
Rajasthan         Sikar            7              206             58002            399639
Rajasthan         Sirohi           6              114             36888            193665
Rajasthan         Tonk             8              187             41967            265307
Rajasthan         Udaipur          23             844             152648           799731
Rajasthan Count          32
Rajasthan Total                    411            10839           2149011          13046451


22. SIKKIM

                          Summary of Tower Placements in Sikkim
       State          District           No. of         No. of          Total               Total
                                      Proposed        Villages     Number of          Populati on
                                        Towers         Getting     House hol d            Getting
                                                  Covered by       Covered by      Covered by the
                                                           the         Tower            Proposed
                                                    Proposed                              Towers
                                                       Towers

Sikkim            East Sikkim                 2            20               7864              39721
Sikkim            North Sikkim                2            13               5953              16721
Sikkim            West Sikkim                 4            54              11962              63702
Sikkim Count              3
Sikkim Total                                  8            87              25779            120144




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23. TAMIL NADU

                         Summary of Tower Placements in Tamil Nadu

    State            District             No. of          No. of        Total             Total
                                       Proposed         Villages   Number of        Populati on
                                         Towers         Getting    House hol d          Getting
                                                     Covered by    Covered by    Covered by the
                                                             the       Tower          Proposed
                                                      Proposed                          Towers
                                                        Towers

Tamil Nadu       Ariyalur                        5           80         60045           250949
Tamil Nadu       Coimbatore                      2           45         54796           211777
Tamil Nadu       Cuddalore                      16          407        181793           805077
Tamil Nadu       Dharmapuri                     58          719        371631          1655455
Tamil Nadu       Dindigul                        5           41         37190           157029
Tamil Nadu       Erode                           9           89        107555           393771
Tamil Nadu       Kancheepuram                   10          387        104048           458455
Tamil Nadu       Karur                           4           34         27477            98577
Tamil Nadu       Madurai                         8          130         89761           360237
Tamil Nadu       Nagapattinam                   15          318        165073           691588
Tamil Nadu       Namakkal                        4           61         31940           117457
Tamil Nadu       Perambalur                      3           36         22811            92534
Tamil Nadu       Pudukkottai                    20          362        125330           588685
Tamil Nadu       Ramanathapuram                 14          107         56084           243156
Tamil Nadu       Salem                           7           93         43582           180767
Tamil Nadu       Sivaganga                      14          141         48205           206011
Tamil Nadu       Thanjavur                      10          321        138799           611535
Tamil Nadu       Theni                           2           16         24736            99012
Tamil Nadu       Thiruvallur                     5          114         35287           149301
Tamil Nadu       Thiruvarur                     12          312        159898           670654
Tamil Nadu       Thoothukkudi                   15          172        102161           421810
Tamil Nadu       Tiruchirappalli                 8          121         90793           376851
Tamil Nadu       Tirunelveli                    18          201        144883           579906
Tamil Nadu       Tiruvannamalai                 33          708        271532          1199142
Tamil Nadu       Vellore                        25          338        180312           805406
Tamil Nadu       Viluppuram                     34          868        335822          1570096
Tamil Nadu       Virudhunagar                   15          209         72900           291535
Tamil Nadu
                        27
Count
Tamil Nadu
                                            371            6430      3084444          13286773
Total




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24. TRIPURA

                            Summary of Tower Place ments in Tri pura

       State             District            No. of         No. of          Total             Total
                                          Proposed        Villages     Number of        Populati on
                                            Towers        Getting      House hol d          Getting
                                                       Covered by      Covered by    Covered by the
                                                               the         Tower          Proposed
                                                        Proposed                            Towers
                                                          Towers

Tripura              Dhalai                       21           82           29802           151089
Tripura              North Tripura                26          124           80773           416846
Tripura              South Tripura                54          223          128292           608430
Tripura              West Tripura                 46          226          166546           816015
Tri pura Count              4
Tri pura Total                                   147          655          405413          1992380

25. UTTAR PRADES H

                         Summary of Tower Placements in Uttar Pradesh

       State             District             No. of        No. of          Total             Total
                                           Proposed       Villages     Number of        Populati on
                                             Towers       Getting      House hol d          Getting
                                                       Covered by      Covered by    Covered by the
                                                               the         Tower          Proposed
                                                        Proposed                            Towers
                                                          Towers

Uttar Pradesh        Agra                         14          444          142096           961347
Uttar Pradesh        Aligarh                       9          377          124186           793452
Uttar Pradesh        Allahabad                    20         1079          197123          1334535
Uttar Pradesh        Ambedkar Nagar                9          806          138580           948455
Uttar Pradesh        Auraiya                       7          233           51702           317418
Uttar Pradesh        Azamgarh                      8          919          128983           914175
Uttar Pradesh        Baghbat                       1           16            7846            55464
Uttar Pradesh        Bahraich                     16          622          195626          1182994
Uttar Pradesh        Ballia                        5          446           94515           691003
Uttar Pradesh        Balrampur                     7          266           69403           447384
Uttar Pradesh        Banda                        15          315          100196           618390
Uttar Pradesh        Barabanki                    11          605          138192           791279
Uttar Pradesh        Bareilly                     11          612          117677           790858
Uttar Pradesh        Basti                        15         1773          191823          1271328
Uttar Pradesh        Bijnor                       12          656          114518           737903
Uttar Pradesh        Budaun                        8          442           97145           627415
Uttar Pradesh        Bulandshahar                  5          251          108823           689858
Uttar Pradesh        Chandauli                     6          377           44878           304380
Uttar Pradesh        Chitrakoot                   10          275           55936           354561
Uttar Pradesh        Deoria                       11          847          154096          1086270
Uttar Pradesh        Etah                         10          377          103064           671317
Uttar Pradesh        Etawah                        7          195           51590           321344
Uttar Pradesh        Faizabad                     10          604          146449           867596



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Uttar Pradesh         Farru khabad                   2            110         26374          175839
Uttar Pradesh         Fatehpur                      14            624        169163          993658
Uttar Pradesh         Firozabad                      7            300         80020          524732
Uttar Pradesh         Ghazipur                      12           1007        146370         1039456
Uttar Pradesh         Gonda                          9            445        104482          660769
Uttar Pradesh         Go rakhpur                    10           1324        172033         1181159
Uttar Pradesh         Hamirpur                      13            228         64660          384723
Uttar Pradesh         Hardoi                         9            453        125629          757629
Uttar Pradesh         Hathras                        1            108         31280          199092
Uttar Pradesh         Jalaun                        17            511        103840          650590
Uttar Pradesh         Jaunpur                       11            966        162340         1160210
Uttar Pradesh         Jhansi                        23            397        100056          592916
                      Jyotiba Phule
Uttar Pradesh         Nagar              5               270            48099         311788
Uttar Pradesh         Kannauj            6               295            86222         550550
Uttar Pradesh         Kanpur Dehat       8               323            83879         505264
Uttar Pradesh         Kanpur Nagar       8               307            78124         458675
Uttar Pradesh         Kaushambi          7               306            86950         518288
Uttar Pradesh         Kheri              17              559            155849        994471
Uttar Pradesh         Kushinagar         13              831            209925        1418491
Uttar Pradesh         Lalitpur           6               143            29917         176042
Uttar Pradesh         Lucknow            3               150            42318         239607
Uttar Pradesh         Maharajganj        10              529            140461        904295
Uttar Pradesh         Mahoba             10              197            43492         256493
Uttar Pradesh         Maipuri            8               338            84695         554424
Uttar Pradesh         Mathura            5               208            62240         416157
Uttar Pradesh         Meerut             1               62             9255          56899
Uttar Pradesh         Mirzapur           11              543            69235         439638
Uttar Pradesh         Moradabad          13              532            123468        826672
Uttar Pradesh         Muzaffarnagar      9               299            119989        805364
Uttar Pradesh         Pilibhit           14              583            108039        703487
Uttar Pradesh         Pratapgarh         18              1253           249885        1531902
Uttar Pradesh         Rae Bareli         11              642            203333        1169460
Uttar Pradesh         Rampur             6               340            64976         428699
Uttar Pradesh         Saharanpur         8               340            89018         574027
Uttar Pradesh         Sant Kabir Nagar   9               912            112676        752437
                      Sant Ravidas
Uttar Pradesh         Nagar Badhohi      1               103            13712         109138
Uttar Pradesh         Shahjahanpur       14              851            132146        830999
Uttar Pradesh         Shrawasti          9               353            92496         561786
Uttar Pradesh         Sidharthnagar      18              1574           203395        1342542
Uttar Pradesh         Sitapur            19              1021           246185        1468442
Uttar Pradesh         Sonbhadra          25              853            115758        695570
Uttar Pradesh         Sultanpur          7               464            87953         526454
Uttar Pradesh         Unnao              12              576            144625        830678
Uttar Pradesh
Count                       66
Uttar Pradesh Total                      666             34767          7199009       46058238




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26. UTTARANCHAL

                          Summary of Tower Placements in Uttaranchal

       State            District             No. of        No. of           Total             Total
                                          Proposed       Villages      Number of        Populati on
                                            Towers       Getting       House hol d          Getting
                                                      Covered by       Covered by    Covered by the
                                                              the          Tower          Proposed
                                                       Proposed                             Towers
                                                         Towers

Uttaranchal         Almora                       42         1714            90981           436504
Uttaranchal         Bageshwar                     9          438            22016           106543
Uttaranchal         Chamoli                      13          552            28183           142698
Uttaranchal         Champawat                    12          350            16918            87537
Uttaranchal         Dehra Dun                    16          429            55159           317544
Uttaranchal         Garhwal                      22         1605            65487           304805
Uttaranchal         Hardwar                      35          636           161723          1003556
Uttaranchal         Nain ital                    10          444            30732           167396
Uttaranchal         Pithoragarh                  19          727            43100           204562
Uttaranchal         Rudraprayag                   4          158            11315            54807
Uttaranchal         Tehri Garh wal               13          479            28682           158708
                    Udham Singh
Uttaranchal                                      10          267            53690           326958
                    Nagar
Uttaranchal         Uttarkashi                   12          287            22454           120675
Uttaranchal Count           13
Uttaranchal Total                               217         8086           630440          3432293




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27. WES T B ENGAL

                                Summary of Tower Placements in West Beng al

         State                District                No. of          No. of           Total              Total
                                                   Proposed         Villages      Number of         Populati on
                                                     Towers         Getting       House hol d           Getting
                                                                 Covered by       Covered by     Covered by the
                                                                         the          Tower           Proposed
                                                                  Proposed                              Towers
                                                                    Towers

 West Bengal              Bankura                           11           750           117716             611018
 West Bengal              Barddhaman                         6           271           104582             530653
 West Bengal              Birbhum                           11           568           144201             733254
                          Dakshin
 West Bengal                                                10           777           131197             615843
                          Dinajpur
 West Bengal              Darjiling                          3            75            21821            110303
 West Bengal              Haora                              1            75            31550            166825
 West Bengal              Hugli                              1            85            26092            134421
 West Bengal              Jalpaiguri                         1            36            18026             92605
 West Bengal              Malda                             10           535           151628            787859
 West Bengal              Medinipur                         37          3266           416467           2219912
 West Bengal              Murshidabad                       14           519           340941           1708358
 West Bengal              Nadia                             10           328           212602           1027996
                          North Twenty
 West Bengal                                                10           313           243753           1190473
                          Four Parganas
 West Bengal              Puruliya                          10           527            71884             392970
                          South Twenty
 West Bengal                                                19           432           277429           1543459
                          Four Parganas
 West Bengal              Uttar Dinajpur                    13           568           177103             928131
 West Bengal Count                16
 West Bengal Total                                         167          9125         2486992           12794080
 Total Districts                 500
 Countrywi de Totals                                      7871       212304         49803588          269330984

                                    Total Proposed Towers: 7871


Note:

While every attempt has been made to indicate village details, population etc. As accurately as possible,
due to non-availability of essential data or mis match between data available fro m different sources, there
may be some inadvertent errors. In part icular, some areas of Assam may have been left out. Feedback on
such areas/ errors will be appreciated.




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                                                                                                                                    ANNEXURE-2A

                                                      DISTRICT WISE TOWERS DETAILS

                              (COMPLETE DETAILS OF DISTRICT WISE TOWERS PROVIDED IN CD)

This List (corresponding to Districtwise Coverage Report of Annexure -2A of the Tender Document) contains villages wihich are
covered by more than one towers. Such villages are listed under each one of the corresponding towers from which coverage is being
obtained.Therefore the total numbe r of villages in this list will not tally with the number of villages for the corresponding District in the
Statewise Coverage Summary Report (Annexure -2 of the Tender Document)

  State Name      District      Sub-District              Tower Code             Village where     LAT     LONG     No. of     Total       Total
                   Name       where proposed                                   proposed tower is                    Villages   Number      Populat
                               tower is to be                                    to be located                      covered    of House    ion
                                  located                                                                                      Hol ds
Andhra Pradesh   Adilabad    Adilabad             28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C   Yapalguda           78.64    19.63        21         4674     22864
Andhra Pradesh   Adilabad    Asifabad             28-01-0015-00054400-01-O-B   Nandupa             79.39    19.35        25         7672     38196
Andhra Pradesh   Adilabad    Bazarhathnoor        28-01-0019-00071000-01-O-C   Jatarla             78.36    19.48        15        3021      15615
Andhra Pradesh   Adilabad    Bela                 28-01-0004-00014800-01-O-B   Bela                78.79    19.73        31        5033      25126
Andhra Pradesh   Adilabad    Bellampalle          28-01-0046-00156600-01-O-B   Chandravelli        79.56    19.15        19        5896      26847
Andhra Pradesh   Adilabad    Bheemin i            28-01-0024-00089300-01-O-C   Kannepalle          79.70    19.15        19        3913      17250
Andhra Pradesh   Adilabad    Chennur              28-01-0052-00172500-01-O-C   Chakepalle          79.76    18.75        18        5182      20835
Andhra Pradesh   Adilabad    Dahegaon             28-01-0025-00091300-01-O-C   Dahegaon            79.73    19.27        21        4815      21718
Andhra Pradesh   Adilabad    Dandepalle           28-01-0044-00152900-01-O-B   Karvichelma         79.24    18.97        26       11043      45162
Andhra Pradesh   Adilabad    Inderavelly          28-01-0007-00023400-01-O-C   Dhannura (B)        78.63    19.52        25        4778      24829




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                   Tower Wise Coverage Details for Andhra Pradesh
                                     Name of the Village Getting     No of         Total
           Tower code
                                       Covered by the Tower        House Hol d   Populati on
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Mangurla                              249            1217
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Kanpa (Mediguda)                      392            1897
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Khandala                              207            1034
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Wanwat                                307            1816
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Pippaldhari                           293            1403
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Jamu ldhari                            47             229
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Ramai                                 336            1581
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Pardi (Khurd)                          65             307
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Pardi (Buzu rg)                       133             569
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       (Yapalguda)                           705            3453
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Borenur                                72             347
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Ku mbhajheri                          105             528
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Asodabhurki                            53             284
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Lokari                                201             930
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Ankapoor                               39             211
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Takli                                   7              31
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Anukunta                              263            1285
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Kottur (Nevegaon)                      54             266
   28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C       Kachkanti                             280            1392
    28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C      Ankoli                                472            2237
    28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C      Tontoli                               394            1847
 28-01-0002-00004800-01-O-C Total                                        4674           22864


Tower Code is of the form: AA-BB-CCCC-DDDDDDDD-EE-F-G

AA: Represents State Code.
BB: Represents District Code.
CCCC: Represents Subdistrict Code.
DDDDDDDD: Represents Village Code.
EE: Represents Tower ID a running number from 1 and unique within a Subdistrict.
F: Represents Site Location. Value „I‟ indicates Indoor and „O‟ indicates Outdoor.
G: Represents Location Based Classification. It has values „A‟, „B‟ or „C‟.

TOWER CODE INDEXED VILLAGES AND POPULATION COVERAGE REPORT

Tower Code                    Name of the Village             Village Population
                              Getting Covered by the
                              Tower
Tower Code 1
Tower Code 2
           .
Tower Totals




                                               89
                                                                     ANNEXURE-2B

 CRITERIA ADOPTED FOR ARRIVING AT LOCATION & NUMBER OF TOWERS

        Following assumptions have been made for identifying the locations of the
 proposed towers in the entire rural India where there is no existing fixed wireless or
 mobile coverage:

1.      Already covered areas include the coverage attained by the existing GSM and
        CDMA towers as on 31st March 2006 providing fixed wireless or mobile
        services. Radius of coverage for existing GSM towers to be 5 km and that for
        existing CDMA towers has been taken as 10 km in the planar states for
        determination of the uncovered areas.

 2.     Population details, wherever they occur, correspond to the 2001 Census.

 3.     Village or a cluster of villages having a total number of households greater
        than 400 have been identified and marked as qualified for provision of towers.

 4.     Wherever a Block Head Quarter falls under the uncovered area, a tower has
        been proposed for the same.

 5.     Modified Hata model has been chosen for the RF simulation activity.
        Modifications in the Hata model are based on ETSI recommendations
        (COST-231). Modifications are made to operate this model from 150 MHz to
        2 GHz operating frequency. It has been calibrated typically to 8 dB standard
        deviation.

 6.     The coverage levels have been assumed to be up to signal strength of
        -100dBm.

 7.     900 MHz has been chosen for the simulation purpose.

 8.     The simulations have been done for different heights (30, 35 and 40m).

 9.     Coverage has been ensured at all the heights (for three USPs).

                      ACCURACY OF TOWER PLACEMENT
         Though every effort has been made to bring maximum accuracy level in the
 final towers placement data, the location and number of towers may vary due to one
 or more of the following reasons:

 1.     The covered area identified is based on the tower details as available on 31st
        March 2006 and the total number of towers may have undergone a change
        since then.

 2.     The actual coverage for existing towers may be different from the coverage
        assumed during tower estimation activity.



                                            90
3.   For the purpose of calculating existing coverage area, villages marginally
     coming in the GSM/CDMA buffers, have been assumed to be covered and
     masked, although they may be getting almost negligible or only a partial
     coverage.

4.   Finally, the best possible efforts have been made in modeling and simulation
     activity, not withstanding the fact that there are always certain parameters for
     tradeoff between the effort involved and the gains. Hence actual field results
     may vary from the simulated ones.




                                          91
                                       ANNEXURE-3A


  ELIGIBILITY PROOF TO BE SUBMITTED BY IPs

(COPIES OF THE LETTERS ISSUED FROM USO FUND
          REGARDING SHORTLISTING)




                      92
                                                                              ANNEXURE-3B

LIST OF INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDERS CATEGORY-I REGISTERED
           WITH DOT AND SHORTLISTED BY USO FUND

Sl.        Name of Firm                                       Address                                    Parent
No.                                                                                                    Company‟s
                                                                                                        Benefit
                                                                                                         Taken
1     ACM E Telepower            DLF Infinity Tower, Bu ild ing C, 9th Floor, DLF, Cybercity, Phase-   No
      Limited                    II, Gurgaon-122002.
2     Aptel Softek System Pvt    4696, Brij bhawan, 21A-ansari Road Daryaganj, New Delhi-              Yes
      Limited                    110002.
3     ASTER Infrastructure       Plot No.A -4/ 1, 2nd Crescent Sanik Puri, Secunderabad-500094.        Yes
      Pvt Limited
4     ASTER Teleservices Pvt     E-67, 4th Crescent Sainik Puri, Secunderabad-500094                   No
      Limited
5     ATC Tower Co mpany of      103, Ashoka Estate, 24, Barakhamba Road, New Delh i-01                Yes
      India Pvt Limited
6     Ericsson India Pvt.Ltd.    Ericsson Forum, DLF Cybercit i, Gurgaon- 122002, Haryana              Yes
7     GTL Infrastucture          Electronic Sadan-I, M IDC, TTC Industrial Area, Mahape, Navi          No
      Limited                    Mumbai-400710.
8     HFCL                       8, Co mmercial Co mplex, Masjid Moth, Greater Kailash-II, New         No
                                 Delh i-48
9     ICOMM Tele Limited         23, Babar Lane, Babar Road, Near Bengali Market, New Delhi-01         No

10    ITI Limited                O/o General Manager-marketing, F-84, ITI Co mplex, Doorvani           No
                                 Nagar, Bangalore -560016.
11    Jyoti Structures Limited   Valecha Chambers, 6th floor, New Link Road, Oshiwara,                 No
                                 Andheri(West), Mumbai-400053
12    McCoy Developers Pvt       Suite1132 , Hilton Towers , Nariman Point, Mu mbai- 400021            Yes
      Ltd
13    National Informat ion      T-95A, C.L. House, Ist floor, Gautam Nagar, Yusuf Sarai, New          Yes
      Technology Ltd             Delh i-110049.
14    NUTEK India Limited        150-1506, 15th Floor, Global Business Park, M.G. Road, Gurgaon -      No
                                 122002.
15    Quipo Teleco m             D-2, Southern Park, Saket Place, Saket, New Delhi-17.                 Yes
      Infrastructure Limited
16    RailTel Corporation of     10th Floor, Bank of Baroda, 16, Sansad Marg, New Delh i-01            No
      India Limited
17    Reliance Co mmunicat ion   15th Floor, Vijaya Bu ilding, 17 Barakhamba Road, Connought           Yes
      Infrastructure Limited     Place, New Delh i-01

18    Skipper Steels             5D, Crescent Tower, 229, AJC Bose Road, Kolkata - 700 020             Yes

19    SPANCO Telesystem          SPANCO House, BS Deoshi Marg, Deonar, Mu mbai-400088                  No
      and Solution Limited
20    TCIL                       TCIL Bhawan, GK-I, N. Delhi-48                                        No
21    Teleco m Tower and         Essar House -11,Keshao Rao Khadye Marg ,Maha Laksh mi                 Yes
      Infrastructure Pvt         ,Mumbai:400034
      Limited
22    TVS ICS                    14, Dolmu r Extension, 2nd Stage, 3rd Phase, Bangalore -560071        Yes




                                                 93
                                                                     ANNEXURE-3C

         FORMAT FOR BOARD RESOLUTION OF PARENT COMPANY

               (To be submitted on the letterhead of the Company)


The Board, after discussion, at the duly convened Meeting on _________ [insert
date], with the consent of all the Directors present and in compliance of the
provisions of the Companies Act, 1956, passed the following Resolution:

RESOLVED THAT pursuant to the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 and
compliance thereof and as permitted under the Memorandum and Articles of
Association of the Company and in view of the fact that (Name of the parent
company) holds ------ % of the equity in (name of the bidder), the Board of (Name
of the parent company) hereby undertakes to invest the entire amount proposed to be
invested by (Name of the bidder) in the project envisaged in the tender no. ----------
FOR SUPPORT FROM USO FUND TOWARDS SETTING UP AND
MANAGING INFRASTRUCTURE SITES AND PROVISION OF MOBILE
SERVICES IN SPECIFIED RURAL AND REMOTE AREAS issued by USO
Fund, in case of failure of [insert the name of the Bidder] to make such investment.

FURTHER RESOLVED THAT ___________, whose signatures are attested
hereunder, be and is hereby authorized to enter into and take all the steps required to
be taken by (Name of the parent company) in this regard, including in particular,
signing and issuing of all the related documents, certified copy of this Board
resolution or letter, undertakings etc, required to be submitted to the USO fund as part
of the Tender or such other documents as may be necessary in this regard.

Certified True Copy


Notes:

This certified true copy should be submitted on the letterhead of the Company, signed
by the Company Secretary or any of the authorized Directors of the Company and the
Common Seal of the Company shall be affixed.




                                             94
                                                                 ANNEXURE-3D

            DETAILS OF TELECOM SERVICE LICENCES HELD
                     BY THE BIDDER COMPAN Y


Sl.    Name of                 Details of Telecom Service licenses held
No.     Bidder         Name of         License       Service Area       Details of
       Company         Service       Agreement                          Allocated
                                    No. and date                        Spectrum
                                                                       from WPC
 1.
 2.
 3.
 4.
 5.
 6.


For and on behalf of (Name of the company)




Signature of the authorized signatory of the bidder company




                                           95
                                                                      ANNEXURE-4A

         PROFORMA FOR EARNEST MONEY BANK GUARANTEE

        Whereas ____________________________________________ (hereinafter
called the “tenderer”) has submitted their offer dated ________ in response to Tender
no.-------------for setting up and managing infrastructure sites and provision of mobile
services in the specified rural and remote areas of the country for Part-A of the
Scheme (hereinafter called the “tender”).

          KNOW         ALL       MEN        by      these  presents      that    WE
__________________________________________(hereinafter called the “Bank”)
having our registered office at ___________________________________are bound
unto the President of India acting through Administrator Universal Service Obligation
Fund (hereinafter called the “Administrator”) in the sum of Rs._______________ for
which payment will and truly to be made to the said Administrator. The Bank binds
itself, its successors and assigns by these presents.

THE CONDITIONS OF THIS OBLIGATION ARE:

(1)    If the tenderer withdraws or amends, impairs or derogates from the tender in
       any respect within the period of validity of this tender.

(2)    If the tenderer having been notified of the acceptance of his tender by the
       Administrator during the period of its validity-

       a)      fails to furnish the Performance Security for the due perfo rmance of
               the Agreement.

       b)      fails or refuses to execute the Agreement within the specified period.

        We undertake to pay without any demur the Administrator up to the above
amount upon receipt of its first written demand, without the Administrator having to
substantiate its demand, provided that in its demand the Administrator will note that
the amount claimed by it is due to it owing to the occurrence of one or both of the two
conditions, specifying the occurred condition or conditions.

       This guarantee will remain in force up to and including 45 days after the
period of bid validity of 180 calendar days and is further extendable at the request of
the Administrator for another period of 180 days.

Signed and sealed with the Common Seal of the said Bank this _________day of the
_________2006.


                                                  (Signature for and behalf of the Bank)




                                             96
                                                                      ANNEXURE-4B

         PROFORMA FOR EARNEST MONEY BANK GUARANTEE

        Whereas _____________________________________________ (hereinafter
called the “tenderer”) has submitted their offer dated ________ in response to Tender
no.-------------for setting up and managing infrastructure sites and provision of mobile
services in the specified rural and remote areas of the country for Part-B of the
Scheme (hereinafter called the “tender”).

          KNOW         ALL       MEN        by      these  presents      that    WE
__________________________________________(hereinafter called the “Bank”)
having our registered office at ___________________________________are bound
unto the President of India acting through Administrator Universal Service Obligation
Fund (hereinafter called the “Administrator”) in the sum of Rs._______________ for
which payment will and truly to be made to the said Administrator. The Bank binds
itself, its successors and assigns by these presents.

THE CONDITIONS OF THIS OBLIGATION ARE:

(1)    If the tenderer withdraws or amends, impairs or derogates from the tender in
       any respect within the period of validity of this tender.

(2)    If the tenderer having been notified of the acceptance of his tender by the
       Administrator during the period of its validity-

       a)       fails to furnish the Performance Security for the due performance of
               the Agreement.

       b)      fails or refuses to execute the Agreement within the specified period.

        We undertake to pay without any demur the Administrator up to the above
amount upon receipt of its first written demand, without the Administrator having to
substantiate its demand, provided that in its demand the Administrator will note that
the amount claimed by it is due to it owing to the occurrence of one or both of the two
conditions, specifying the occurred condition or conditions.

       This guarantee will remain in force up to and including 45 days after the
period of bid validity of 180 calendar days and is further extendable at the request of
the Administrator for another period of 180 days.

Signed and sealed with the Common Seal of the said Bank this _________day of the
_________2006.


                                                  (Signature for and behalf of the Bank)




                                             97
                                                                  ANNEXURE- 5A

                         COMPLIANCE STATEMENT


        We ______________________________ (name of the Company) state to
comply in full manner with all the General, Commercial, Technical, Operating,
Financial Conditions, Terms of Financial Bid and Special Conditions of the Tender
Document for Support from USO Fund for Setting up and Managing Infrastructure
Sites and Provision of Mobile Services in specified rural and remote areas for Part-A
of the Scheme vide Tender No. 30-148/2006-USF without any reservation and
deviation.


For and on behalf of (Name of the company)




Signature of the authorized signatory of the bidder company




                                           98
                                                                  ANNEXURE- 5B

                         COMPLIANCE STATEMENT


        We ______________________________ (name of the Company) state to
comply in full manner with all the General, Commercial, Technical, Operating,
Financial Conditions, Terms of Financial Bid and Special Conditions of the Tender
Document for Support from USO Fund for Setting up and Managing Infrastructure
Sites and Provision of Mobile Services in specified rural and remote areas for Part-B
of the Scheme vide Tender No. 30-148/2006-USF without any reservation and
deviation.



For and on behalf of (Name of the company)




Signature of the authorized signatory of the bidder company




                                           99
                                      ANNEXURE-6

BSO/ CMTS/ UASL AGREEMENTS/ IP-I REGISTRATION
      CERTIFICATE (BEING PROVIDED IN CD)




                    100
                                                                    ANNEXURE-7


          FORMAT FOR CERTIFICATION OF SUBSIDY CLAIM FOR
                             QE……..

                  AGREEMENT NO. ------ DATED -----
                              FOR
       INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER/ UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDER

1.   I ……………………………….., aged about ………….. years s/o, d/o of Shri
     …………………, resident of ……………………………………………….,
     do solemnly affirm and state as under:

2.   That I am …………… …………………….of …………………………
     (Name of the Company), Infrastructure Provider/ Universal Service Provider
     in …………………………..Service Area and I am duly authorized by the
     resolutions dated …………………………. passed by Board of Directors of
     the Company to furnish a Certificate on behalf of ………………………….
     (Name of the Company).

3.   That a claim of Rs.   ………………….. (Rupees ……….
     ………………………) is being made or the period ………………….. to
     ………………………….. . The details of calculation of subsidy are as per
     Attachments enclosed.

4.   That the contents of Attachments 1 & 2 to Annexure-8A/ Annexure-8B are
     true and correct to the best of my knowledge, based on the records of the
     company, which are available for further verification by the appropriate
     authorities and that the infra structure/ mobile services have been provided
     and were functional/ services rendered from the quarter in which they have
     been shown as installed/commissioned (Attachments 2 of Annexure-8A/
     Annexure-8B).

5.   That the claim pertains to the infrastructure site/ mobile services
     installed/commissioned after the date of entering into the Agreement.

6,   That excess payment or shortage, if any, in the subsidy received shall be
     adjusted in the following year based on the quarterly statements duly certified
     by the Auditors of the Company and scrutiny as prescribed by the
     Administrator.

7.   The services/ mobile connections provided under this Agreement have not
     been utilized in claiming subsidy under any other Agreement entered into with
     the Administrator for the same Service Area.

8.   No subsidy has been claimed for the period in which the mobile services
     remained disrupted during the quarter as per terms and conditions of the
     Agreement. (Not applicable in case of Infrastructure Provider)

9.   The infra structure/ mobile services shown as installed/commissioned in the
     said quarter have been completed in the …………………. on the date
     …………………………….as provided in the claim

                                         101
10.    I understand that Administrator or his representative shall have the right to
       inspect the site and records and if any deficiency is observed the subsidy paid
       to the company shall be recovered forthwith without prejudice to the right of
       administrator to take any other action(s) as deemed fit.


For and on behalf of (Name of the company)




Signature of the authorized signatory of the bidder company




                                           102
                                                                                                                                                            ANNEXURE-8A

                       SUMMARY CLAIM STATEMENT FOR QE ……….. FROM INFRA STRUCTURE PROVIDER

Name of Infrastructure Provider         :
Name of Service Area                    :
Cluster No. of Group of Districts       :
Sl. No.     Name of    Total No of      No of          No of            Total No of        Net subsi dy payable   Net Subsi dy payable        Total    Remarks,
            District   Infrastructure   Infrastruct    Infrastructure   Infrastructure     for the                for Infrastructure Sites   Net       if any
                       Sites to be      ure Sites at   Sites added      Sites at the end   Infrastructure Sites   in Col 5 (from Col 9       subsidy
                       provi ded (As    the end of     during the       of the Qr          in Col 4 (from Col 7   attachment 2)              payable
                       per Agreement)   the            quarter                             of Attachment 1)                                  (7+8)
                                        Previous Qr
    1           2            3                4              5                 6                    7                        8                  9         10

1           XXX                         4              2                6                           A                        B               A+B
2           YYY                         10             2                12
3           ZZZ                         0              7                7
4


Total for a Circle




                                                                                   (Signature of Authorized Signatory)



Note:

1. The Claim s hould be submitted along with the Annexure-7




                                               103
                                                                                                                                       ATTACHMENT 1 TO ANNEXURE-8A

                                    CLAIM STATEMENT FOR QE ……….. FROM INFRA STRUCTURE PROVIDER
                               FOR THE INFRASTRUCTURE THAT HAVE ALREADY BEEN INSTALLED/COMMISSIONED

Name of Infrastructure Provider                :
Name of Service Area                           :                                                              Cluster No. of Group of Districts        :


                                                                               Date of
                                                   ID of the Infrastructure
Sl.                            Name of                                         Completion/ Installation/
         Name of District                          Site (as provi ded in the                                    Representati ve Rate    Subsi dy payable for the quarter
No                             village                                         Commission of the
                                                   Agreement)
                                                                               Infrastructure Site


1        2                     3                   4                           5                                         6                             7
1        XXX                   Abc                 Xxxxxxxx123                 12/ 03/ 2006                  1500                       1500
2        XXX                   Def                 Xxxxxxxx124                 30/ 06/ 2006                  1500                       1500
3        XXX                   Gh i                Xxxxxxxx125                 30/ 09/ 2006                  1500                       1500
4        XXX                   Jkl                 Xxxxxxxx126                 30/ 12/ 2006                  1500                       1500

Total for District XXX                                                                                                                  4500

1      YYY
2      YYY
5      YYY
Total for a Circle




                                                                                                            (Signature of Authorized Signatory) along with Company seal

Notes:

1.           Roundi ng off the subsidy to the nearest rupee shall be made only in the total subsi dy due.




                                                         104
                                                                                                                                       ATTACHMENT 2 TO ANNEXURE-8A
                      CLAIM STATEMENT FOR QE ……….. FROM INFRA STRUCTURE PROVIDER (FOR THE INFRASTRUCTURE
                                         INSTALLED/COMMISSIONED DURING THE QUARTER)

Name of Infrastructure Provider :
Name of Service Area            :                                                 Cluster No. of Group of Districts                    :


                                                                              Date of
                                                     ID of the                                                                               No of days since
                                                                        Completion/ Install
Sl.           Name of           Name of         Infrastructure Site                              Representati ve      No of days in         infra structure is   Subsi dy payable
                                                                        ation/Commission
No.           District           village        (as provi ded in the                             Rate of subsi dy     the Quarter          Complete/ Installed   for the quarter
                                                                            of the infra
                                                    Agreement)                                                                               /Commissioned
                                                                             structure



    1             2                 3                    4                        5                     6                   7                      8                    9
1         XXX                Mno               Xxxxxxxxx127             11/ 09/ 2007           1500                  92                    25                    (25*1500)/92=40
                                                                                                                                                                 7.61
2         XXX                Pqr               0xxxxxxxxx128            30/ 09/ 2007           1500                  92                    1                     (1*1500)/92=
                                                                                                                                                                 16.30
Total for the District
                                                                                                                                                                      423.91
                                                                       Total for a Circle




                                                                                                             (Signature of Authorized Signatory al ong wi th Company seal)
Notes:

1.      Roundi ng off the subsidy to the nearest rupee shall be made only in the total subsi dy due .
2.      Date of Commissioning/ installation (Col 5) shall be included while calcul ating the number of days in a quarter for Col 8 .
3.      The clai m shall be accompanied wi th the Self Certificati on as per Annexure-20A.




                                                      105
                                                                                                                                                                 ANNEXURE-8B
                            SUMMARY CLAIM STATEMENT FOR QE ……….. FROM UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDERS

Name of Service Provide r          :
Name of Service Area               :                                                 Cluster No. of Group of Districts                    :
Sno     Name       Total No. of Mobile   No of Mobile Service     No of Mobile       Total No of Mobile           Total subsidy payable for       Subsi dy       Total     Remarks,
        of         Service Sites to be   Sites provi ded at the   Service Sites      Service Sites at which       the Mobile Service Sites in     payable        subsidy   if any
        District   provi ded (As per     end of the Previ ous     added during the   the infra structure at the   Col 4 (from Col 12 of           for Mobile     payable
                   Agreement)            Qr                       quarter            end of the Qr (Col 4 +       Attachment 1)                   Service        (7+8)
                                                                                     Col 5)                                                       Sites in Col
                                                                                                                                                  5 (from
                                                                                                                                                  Col 14 of
                                                                                                                                                  attachment
                                                                                                                                                  2)
    1      2                3                      4                     5                       6                             7                        8           9         10

1       XXX                              4                        2                  6                            4500                            423.91         4923.91
2       YYY                              10                       0                  12
3       ZZZ                              0                        7                  7
4


Total for a
Circle




                                                                                                                                                (Signature of Authorized Signatory)
                                                                                                                                                          Along with Company seal



Note:

1. The Claim s hould be submitted along with the Annexure-7
                                                   106
                                                                                                                                    ATTACHMENT 1 TO ANNEXURE-8B

                                   CLAIM STATEMENT FOR QE ……….. FROM UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDERS
                                    FOR THE MOBILE SERVICES THAT HAVE ALREADY BEEN COMMISSIONED


                               ID of the                                                                       Duration of              Total days
                                                  Date of                  Representat                                                                                         Net
         Name                  Infrastructur                                                                 interruption of             for which      Deduction of
                 Name                             Completion/Insta         ive Rate of                                                                                       subsidy
Sl.      of                    e Site (as                                                    Subsidy             services                 services       subsidy on
                 of                               llation/Commissi             the                                                                                           payable
No       Distric               provided in                                                   payable                                        we re       Prorata basis
                 village                          on of the Mobile          Quarterly                       From                                                             (Col 7-
         t                     the                                                                                       To date        interrupte       for Col 10
                                                  Services site              subsidy                        date                                                               11)
                               Agreement)                                                                                                    d
 1          2          3               4                     5                    6               7            8             9             10                  11               12
1     XXX      Abc    Xxxxxxxx123                 12/03/2006               1500              1500
2     XXX      Def    Xxxxxxxx124                 30/06/2006               1500              1500
3     XXX      Ghi    Xxxxxxxx125                 30/09/2006               1500              1500
4     XXX      Jkl    Xxxxxxxx126                 30/12/2006               1500              1500
Total for District
                                                                                             4500                                                                                A
XXX
1     YYY
2     YYY
5     YYY
Total for a
Circle
Name of Service Provide r :
Name of Service Area      :                                                     Cluster No. of Group of Districts                   :
                                                                                                                      (Signature of Authorized Signatory) along with Company seal
Notes:

1.    Deduction of subsi dy on account of interruption of services shall be made on the total no of days such inci dences have happened from the s pecific site. Further, the details
      of i nterruption are to be separatel y provi ded.
2.    Roundi ng off the subsidy to the nearest rupee shall be made only in the total subsi dy due .

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                                                                                                                                      ATTACHMENT 2 TO ANNEXURE-8B
 CLAIM STATEMENT FOR QE ……….. FROM UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDERS (FOR THE MOBILE SERVICES COMMISSIONED
                                        DURING THE QUARTER)

Name of Service Provide r :
Name of Service Area        :
Cluster No. of Group of Districts                          :


                                                    Date of                                                                   Duration of
                               ID of the                           Represen                 No of days                      interruption of
                                                 Completion/
                              Infrastruct                            tati ve    No of     since mobile                          services        Total days    Deduction of
                    Name                         Installati on/                                                                                                                 Net subsi dy
Sl.    Name of                ure Site (as                          Rate of    days in   services site is     Subsi dy                          for which      subsidy on
                       of                        Commission                                                                                                                   payable (Col 7-
No     District               provi ded i n                           the        the     Complete/ Inst       payable                         services were   Prorata basis
                    village                         of the                                                                                                                          13)
                                  the                              Quarterly   Quarter   alled/ Commiss                      From      To      interrupted     for Col 12
                                                    Mobile
                              Agreement)                            subsidy                   ioned
                                                 Services site                                                                date    date


 1         2             3         4                   5              6             7           8                 9           10       11          12              13                   14
1      XXX         Mno        Xxxxxxxxx         11/ 09/ 2007       1500        92        25                 (25*1500)/92=
                              127                                                                           407.61
2      XXX         Pqr        0xxxxxxxxx        30/ 09/ 2007       1500        92        1                  (1*1500)/92=
                              128                                                                           16.30
Total for the District
                                                                                                               423.91                                                                   B
                                              Total for a Circle




                                                                                                                         (Signature of Authorized Signatory al ong wi th Company seal)
Notes:

1.    Deduction of subsi dy on account of interruption of services shall be made on the total no of days such inci dences have happened from the s pecific site. Further, the details
      of i nterruption are to be separatel y provi ded.
2.    Roundi ng off the subsidy to the ne arest rupee shall be made only in the total subsi dy due .
3.    Date of Commissioning/ installation (Col 5) shall be included while calcul ating the number of days in a quarter for Col 8 .
4.    The clai m shall be accompanied wi th the Self Certificati on as per Annexure-20B.


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                                                                      ANNEXURE-9

 FORMAT FOR AUDITOR‟S REPORT ON STATEMENT OF CLAIM FOR
                       SUBSIDY FROM USOF
To
The Board of Directors
……………………….
……………………….

        We have examined the attached Statement(s) of claim for subsidy from USO
Fund of ……………………………………… (The name of the Infrastructure
Provider/ Universal Service Provider) for the quarter (s) ending _____________.
We understand that the aforesaid statement(s) is /are to be furnished to the Central
Government for assessment of the subsidy payable to the Infrastructure Provider/
Universal Service Provider by the Government, in terms of the Tender document No.
_____________________ for Subsidy Disbursement for setting up and managing
infrastructure sites and provision of mobile services in specified rural and remote
areas in the country under Universal Service Obligation.

We report that:

1.     We have examined all the record and obtained all the information and
explanations, which to the best of our knowledge and belief were necessary for the
purposes of our audit.

2.      In our opinion and to the best of our knowledge and belief and according to
the explanations given to us, the Statements have been prepared in accordance with
the conditions contained in the said Tender document/Agreement and clarification
thereon in this behalf and gives a true and correct view of the subsidy claimed for the
period computed on the basis of the aforesaid conditions.

3.     In our opinion and to the best of information, record of the disruption of
mobile services is kept in such a manner as to reflect the correct position, for the
purpose of claiming subsidy.




(Name and Signature of the Auditor signing)



FOR AND ON BEHALF OF (NAME OF THE AUDITOR FIRM)




                                            109
                                                              ANNEXURE-10A

                        FINANCIAL BID FORM
IMPORTANT NOTE:

1.    FIRST FINANCIAL BID FORMS, DULY SIGNED, WITH BENCHMARK
      VALUES SHALL BE SUPPLIED ALONG WITH TENDER DOCUMENT.

2.    THE SIGNED COPY OF THE FINANCIAL BID FORM SUPPLIED ALONG
      WITH TENDER DOCUMENT SHOULD BE SUBMITTED WITH THE BID
      DOCUMENTS.

3.    FINANCIAL BID FORM SHOULD BE SIGNED BY THE AUTHORISED
      SIGNATORY FOR AND ON BEHALF OF THE BIDDER.

4.    THE BENCHMARK IS THE UPPER LIMIT FOR SUBSIDY AND A BIDDER
      SHOULD NOT QUOTE MORE THAN THE BENCHMARK.

5.    DISTRICTS HAVE BEEN CLUBBBED TO FORM GROUP OF DISTRICTS
      FOR THE PURPOSE OF BIDDING.

6.    FINANCIAL BID FORMS FOR SUBSEQUENT ROUNDS OF BIDDING,
      DULY SIGNED, WITH BENCHMARK VALUES SHALL BE SUPPLIED TO
      THE QUALIFIED BIDDERS.

                     FINANCIAL BID FORM (PART-A)

                   FOR FIRST ROUND FINANCIAL BID

                      (TENDER NO: 30-148/2006- USF)

1.0   PARTICULARS OF THE BIDDER: -

1.1   Name:
1.2   Address:
1.3   Telephone No:
1.4   Fax No:
1.5   E-Mail Address:

2.0   Offer for Subsidy required against tendered District/ Group of Districts

(The Financial Bid form should also be furnished on a CD ROM in MS EXCEL,
duly signed by the Authorize d Signatory of the Company along with the seal of
the company on the CD ROM Disc. In case of any difference between the
information on the CD ROM and the original hard copy, the hard copy shall be
taken as the basis for the purpose of evaluation of bids)




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                                                                Benchmark
                                                  Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                       No. of      Subsidy per
                  Service Area       District
No.    No.                                       Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                  ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                   (In Rs.)
         1      Andhra Pradesh   Adilabad                29            394,967
         1      Andhra Pradesh   Karimnagar              24
         1      Andhra Pradesh   Medak                   21
         1      Andhra Pradesh   Nizamabad               22
      1 Total                                            96
         2      Andhra Pradesh   Nalagonda               39          386,942
         2      Andhra Pradesh   Rangareddy              16
         2      Andhra Pradesh   Warangal                38
      2 Total                                            93
         3      Andhra Pradesh   East Godavari           11          402,481
         3      Andhra Pradesh   Khammam                 27
         3      Andhra Pradesh   Krishna                 12
         3      Andhra Pradesh   Srikakulam              12
         3      Andhra Pradesh   Vishakapatnam           11
         3      Andhra Pradesh   Vizianagaram            17
         3      Andhra Pradesh   West Godavari            8
      3 Total                                            98
         4      Andhra Pradesh   Guntur                  16          396,448
         4      Andhra Pradesh   Mahbubnagar             47
         4      Andhra Pradesh   Prakasam                38
      4 Total                                           101
         5      Andhra Pradesh   Anantapur               52          395,555
         5      Andhra Pradesh   Kurnool                 47
      5 Total                                            99
         6      Andhra Pradesh   Chittoor                39          405,832



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                                                                     Benchmark
                                                       Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                            No. of      Subsidy per
                  Service Area         District
No.    No.                                            Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                       ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                        (In Rs.)
         6      Andhra Pradesh      Cuddapah                  27
         6      Andhra Pradesh      Nellore                   28
      6 Total                                                 94
                Andhra Pradesh
                Total                                        581
        7       Arunachal Pradesh   Changlang                  6          517,041
        7       Arunachal Pradesh   Dibang Valley              4
        7       Arunachal Pradesh   East Kameng                2
        7       Arunachal Pradesh   East Siang                 3
        7       Arunachal Pradesh   Lohit                     12
        7                           Lower
                Arunachal Pradesh   Subansiri                  4
         7      Arunachal Pradesh   Tawang                     4
         7      Arunachal Pradesh   Tirap                     10
         7      Arunachal Pradesh   Upper Siang                3
         7      Arunachal Pradesh   Upper Subansiri            3
         7      Arunachal Pradesh   West Kameng                7
         7      Arunachal Pradesh   West Siang                 4
      7 Total                                                 62
                Arunachal
                Pradesh Total                                 62
        8       Assam               Barpeta                    9          441,777
        8       Assam               Bongaigaon                 5
        8       Assam               Cachar                     5
        8       Assam               Darrang                    8


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                                                Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                     No. of      Subsidy per
                  Service Area      District
No.    No.                                     Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                 (In Rs.)
         8      Assam            Dhubri                11
         8      Assam            Dibrugarh              4
         8      Assam            Goalpara               5
         8      Assam            Golaghat               1
         8      Assam            Hailakandi             1
         8      Assam            Jorhat                 3
         8      Assam            Kamrup                 5
         8      Assam            Karimganj              2
         8      Assam            Kokrajhar              2
         8      Assam            Lakhimpur              2
         8      Assam            Marigaon               6
         8      Assam            Nagaon                 7
         8      Assam            Nalbari                8
         8      Assam            Sibsagar               4
         8      Assam            Sonitpur               1
         8      Assam            Tinsukia               1
      8 Total                                          90
                Assam Total                            90
        9       Bihar            Gopalganj              9          421,891
        9       Bihar            Muzaffarpur           14
        9                        Pashchim
                Bihar                                  32
                                 Champaran
        9                        Purba
                Bihar                                  15
                                 Champaran
        9       Bihar            Saran                  9


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                                                  Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                       No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                       Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                  ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                   (In Rs.)
          9      Bihar            Sheohar                 3
          9      Bihar            Siwan                  16
          9      Bihar            Vaishali                8
      9 Total                                           106
         10      Bihar            Begusarai               5          423,860
         10      Bihar            Darbhanga              13
         10      Bihar            Khagaria                4
         10      Bihar            Madhubani              16
         10      Bihar            Saharsa                 9
         10      Bihar            Samastipur             12
         10      Bihar            Sitamarhi              13
         10      Bihar            Supaul                 17
      10 Total                                           89
         11      Bihar            Araria                 18          414,825
         11      Bihar            Katihar                19
         11      Bihar            Kishanganj             18
         11      Bihar            Madhepura               9
         11      Bihar            Purnia                 15
      11 Total                                           79
         12      Bihar            Banka                  21           410,839
         12      Bihar            Bhagalpur               6
         12      Bihar            Gaya                   32
         12      Bihar            Jamui                  29
         12      Bihar            Lakhisarai              4
         12      Bihar            Munger                  6


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                                                 Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                      No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                      Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                 ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                  (In Rs.)
         12      Bihar            Nalanda                7
         12      Bihar            Nawada                 7
         12      Bihar            Sheikhpura             5
      12 Total                                         117
         13      Bihar            Aurangabad            22           411,873
         13      Bihar            Bhojpur               12
         13      Bihar            Buxar                 10
         13      Bihar            Jehanabad              6
         13                       Kaimur
                 Bihar                                  20
                                  (Bhabua)
         13      Bihar            Patna                 11
         13      Bihar            Rohtas                17
      13 Total                                          98
                 Bihar Total                           489
         14      Chhattisgarh     Bastar                49          390,491
         14      Chhattisgarh     Dantewada             30
      14 Total                                          79
         15      Chhattisgarh     Dhamtari              35          390,564
         15      Chhattisgarh     Durg                  46
         15      Chhattisgarh     Kanker                30
         15      Chhattisgarh     Rajnandgaon           18
      15 Total                                         129
         16      Chhattisgarh     Kawardha              11          378,232
         16      Chhattisgarh     Mahasamund            26
         16      Chhattisgarh     Raipur                69


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                                                    Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                         No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                         Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                    ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                     (In Rs.)
      16 Total                                            106
         17      Chhattisgarh     Bilaspur                 32          390,848
         17      Chhattisgarh     Janjgir-Champa           21
         17      Chhattisgarh     Jashpur                  23
         17      Chhattisgarh     Korba                    16
         17      Chhattisgarh     Raigarh                  22
      17 Total                                            114
         18      Chhattisgarh     Koriya                   38          395,292
         18      Chhattisgarh     Surguja                  94
      18 Total                                            132
                 Chhattisgarh
                 Total                                    560
         19      Gujarat          Kachchh                  32          412,320
         19      Gujarat          Navsari                   3
         19      Gujarat          Surat                    12
         19      Gujarat          Valsad                   19
      19 Total                                             66
                 Gujarat Total                             66
        20       Haryana          Bhiwani                   2          404,211
        20       Haryana          Gurgaon                   2
        20       Haryana          Jind                      3
        20       Haryana          Kaithal                   3
        20       Haryana          Karnal                    1
        20       Haryana          Mahendragarh              1
        20       Haryana          Panchkula                 1


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                                                                 Benchmark
                                                   Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                        No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area        District
No.    No.                                        Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                   ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                    (In Rs.)
         20      Haryana            Yamunanagar            1
      20 Total                                            14
                 Haryana Total                            14
         21      Himachal Pradesh   Chamba                48          391,256
         21      Himachal Pradesh   Kangra                56
      21 Total                                           104
         22      Himachal Pradesh   Bilaspur              14          383,236
         22      Himachal Pradesh   Hamirpur              11
         22      Himachal Pradesh   Kullu                  9
         22      Himachal Pradesh   Mandi                 16
         22      Himachal Pradesh   Solan                 38
         22      Himachal Pradesh   Una                   10
      22 Total                                            98
         23      Himachal Pradesh   Kinnaur                4          382,325
         23      Himachal Pradesh   Shimla                29
         23      Himachal Pradesh   Sirmaur               60
      23 Total                                            93
                 Himachal
                                                         295
                 Pradesh Total
        24       Jammu & Kashmir    Anantnag              18          454,366
        24       Jammu & Kashmir    Badgam                 5
        24       Jammu & Kashmir    Baramula              25
        24       Jammu & Kashmir    Kupwara               24
        24       Jammu & Kashmir    Pulwama                6
        24       Jammu & Kashmir    Punch                  6


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                                                                 Benchmark
                                                   Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                        No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area        District
No.    No.                                        Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                   ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                    (In Rs.)
         24      Jammu & Kashmir   Srinagar                4
      24 Total                                            88
         25      Jammu & Kashmir   Doda                   25          418,903
         25      Jammu & Kashmir   Jammu                  11
         25      Jammu & Kashmir   Kathua                 18
         25      Jammu & Kashmir   Rajauri                11
         25      Jammu & Kashmir   Udhampur               25
      25 Total                                            90
                 Jammu &
                                                         178
                 Kashmir Total
         26      Jharkhand         Bokaro                  5          409,239
         26      Jharkhand         Deoghar                12
         26      Jharkhand         Dhanbad                 3
         26      Jharkhand         Dumka                  26
         26      Jharkhand         Giridih                20
         26      Jharkhand         Godda                   8
         26      Jharkhand         Kodarma                 3
         26      Jharkhand         Pakaur                 12
         26      Jharkhand         Sahibganj              11
      26 Total                                           100
         27      Jharkhand         Chatra                 18          397,715
         27      Jharkhand         Hazaribagh              8
         27                        Pashchimi
                 Jharkhand                                40
                                   Singhbhum
        27       Jharkhand         Purbi                   4


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                                                                Benchmark
                                                  Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                       No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                       Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                  ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                   (In Rs.)
                                   Singhbhum
         27      Jharkhand         Ranchi                19
      27Total                                            89
         28      Jharkhand         Garhwa                19          397,611
         28      Jharkhand         Gumla                 45
         28      Jharkhand         Lohardaga              3
         28      Jharkhand         Palamu                49
      28 Total                                          116
                 Jharkhand Total                        305
         29      Karnataka         Bidar                 20          368,864
         29      Karnataka         Bijapur               25
         29      Karnataka         Gulbarga              61
      29 Total                                          106
         30      Karnataka         Bagalkote              8          373,705
         30      Karnataka         Belgaum               13
         30      Karnataka         Bellary               16
         30      Karnataka         Dharwar                3
         30      Karnataka         Gadag                  7
         30      Karnataka         Koppal                14
         30      Karnataka         Raichur               34
      30 Total                                           95
         31      Karnataka         Chikmagalur            9          375,240
         31      Karnataka         Chitradurga           14
         31      Karnataka         Davangere             13
         31      Karnataka         Haveri                 8


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                                                                    Benchmark
                                                      Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                           No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                           Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                      ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                       (In Rs.)
         31      Karnataka         Karwar                    17
         31      Karnataka         Koddagu                    6
         31      Karnataka         Shimoga                   21
         31      Karnataka         Tumkur                    38
         31      Karnataka         Udupi                      1
      31 Total                                              127
         32      Karnataka         Bangalore Rural           10          378,166
         32                        Chamaraja
                 Karnataka                                    8
                                   Nagar
         32      Karnataka         Hassan                    10
         32      Karnataka         Kolar                     48
         32      Karnataka         Mandya                    14
         32      Karnataka         Mangalore                  1
         32      Karnataka         Mysore                     8
      32 Total                                               99
                 Karnataka Total                            427
        33       Kerala            Idukki                     6          394,946
        33       Kerala            Kannur                     4
        33       Kerala            Kasaragod                  3
        33       Kerala            Kollam                     3
        33       Kerala            Kozhikode                  2
        33       Kerala            Malappuram                 3
        33       Kerala            Palakkad                  12
        33       Kerala            Pathanamthitta             4
        33       Kerala            Thiruvananthap             2


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                                                               Benchmark
                                                 Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                      No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                      Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                 ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                  (In Rs.)
                                  uram
         33      Kerala           Thrissur               4
         33      Kerala           Wayanad                3
      33 Total                                          46
                 Kerala Total                           46
         34      Madhya Pradesh   Damoh                 21          384,767
         34      Madhya Pradesh   Jabalpur               6
         34      Madhya Pradesh   Narsimhapur           14
         34      Madhya Pradesh   Raisen                23
         34      Madhya Pradesh   Sagar                 28
      34 Total                                          92
         35      Madhya Pradesh   Dindori                6          389,396
         35      Madhya Pradesh   Katni                 27
         35      Madhya Pradesh   Mandla                 8
         35      Madhya Pradesh   Shahdol               34
         35      Madhya Pradesh   Sidhi                 43
         35      Madhya Pradesh   Umaria                 9
      35 Total                                         127
         36      Madhya Pradesh   Mandsaur              23          382,353
         36      Madhya Pradesh   Neemuch                6
         36      Madhya Pradesh   Shajapur              30
      36 Total                                          59
         37      Madhya Pradesh   Bhind                 25          381,626
         37      Madhya Pradesh   Datia                 11
         37      Madhya Pradesh   Gwalior                9


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                                                               Benchmark
                                                 Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                      No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                      Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                 ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                  (In Rs.)
         37      Madhya Pradesh   Morena                20
         37      Madhya Pradesh   Sheopur               21
         37      Madhya Pradesh   Shivpuri              35
      37 Total                                         121
         38      Madhya Pradesh   Guna                  25          391,155
         38      Madhya Pradesh   Rajgarh               13
         38      Madhya Pradesh   Tikamgarh             28
         38      Madhya Pradesh   Vidisha               29
      38 Total                                          95
         39      Madhya Pradesh   Chhatarpur            35          390,491
         39      Madhya Pradesh   Panna                 25
         39      Madhya Pradesh   Rewa                  23
         39      Madhya Pradesh   Satna                 39
      39 Total                                         122
         40      Madhya Pradesh   Balaghat              12          374,910
         40      Madhya Pradesh   Bhopal                 7
         40      Madhya Pradesh   Chhindwara            28
         40      Madhya Pradesh   Dewas                 23
         40      Madhya Pradesh   Hoshangabad           15
         40      Madhya Pradesh   Sehore                16
         40      Madhya Pradesh   Seoni                  9
      40 Total                                         110
         41      Madhya Pradesh   Betul                 29          381,324
         41      Madhya Pradesh   East Nimar            31
         41      Madhya Pradesh   Harda                  8


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                                                 Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                      No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                      Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                 ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                  (In Rs.)
         41      Madhya Pradesh   West Nimar            33
      41 Total                                         101
         42      Madhya Pradesh   Jhabua                36          386,767
         42      Madhya Pradesh   Ratlam                25
      42 Total                                          61
         43      Madhya Pradesh   Barwani               21          387,433
         43      Madhya Pradesh   Dhar                  39
         43      Madhya Pradesh   Indore                10
         43      Madhya Pradesh   Ujjain                27
      43 Total                                          97
                 Madhya Pradesh
                                                       985
                 Total
         44      Maharashtra      Dhule                 27          409,324
         44      Maharashtra      Jalgaon               39
         44      Maharashtra      Nandurbar             30
      44 Total                                          96
         45      Maharashtra      Akola                 22          400,638
         45      Maharashtra      Amravati              29
         45      Maharashtra      Buldana               37
         45      Maharashtra      Washim                23
      45 Total                                         111
         46      Maharashtra      Bhandara              22          400,649
         46      Maharashtra      Gondiya               20
         46      Maharashtra      Nagpur                30
         46      Maharashtra      Wardha                19


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                                                 Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                      No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                      Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                 ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                  (In Rs.)
      46 Total                                          91
         47      Maharashtra      Chandrapur            42          402,716
         47      Maharashtra      Gadchiroli            43
         47      Maharashtra      Yavatmal              38
      47 Total                                         123
         48      Maharashtra      Aurangabad            29          409,091
         48      Maharashtra      Jalna                 43
         48      Maharashtra      Nashik                33
         48      Maharashtra      Thane                 22
      48 Total                                         127
         49      Maharashtra      Bid                   38          399,065
         49      Maharashtra      Hingoli               19
         49      Maharashtra      Nanded                43
         49      Maharashtra      Parbhani              27
      49 Total                                         127
         50      Maharashtra      Ahmadnagar            54          409,743
         50      Maharashtra      Pune                  10
         50      Maharashtra      Raigarh                9
         50      Maharashtra      Satara                31
      50 Total                                         104
         51      Maharashtra      Kolhapur              34          413,778
         51      Maharashtra      Ratnagiri             33
         51      Maharashtra      Sangli                29
         51      Maharashtra      Sindhudurg            17
      51 Total                                         113


                                      124
                                                                    Benchmark
                                                      Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                           No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                           Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                      ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                       (In Rs.)
         52      Maharashtra      Latur                      19          399,053
         52      Maharashtra      Osmanabad                  38
         52      Maharashtra      Solapur                    68
      52 Total                                              125
                 Maharashtra
                 Total                                     1017
         53      Manipur          Bishnupur                   1          609,201
         53      Manipur          Chandel                    14
         53      Manipur          Churachandpur              22
         53      Manipur          Imphal East                 8
         53      Manipur          Imphal West                 1
         53      Manipur          Senapati                    6
         53      Manipur          Tamenglong                 17
         53      Manipur          Thoubal                     6
         53      Manipur          Ukhrul                     20
      53 Total                                               95
                 Manipur Total                               95
        54       Meghalaya        East Garo Hills            10          465,314
        54       Meghalaya        East Khasi Hills           12
        54       Meghalaya        Jaintia Hills              18
        54       Meghalaya        Ri Bhoi                    13
        54                        South Garo
                 Meghalaya        Hills                       5
        54       Meghalaya        West Garo Hills            29
        54       Meghalaya        West Khasi                 15


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                                                                 Benchmark
                                                   Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                        No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area        District
No.    No.                                        Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                   ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                    (In Rs.)
                                   Hills
      54 Total                                           102
                 Meghalaya Total                         102
         55      Mizoram           Aizawl                 13          572,233
         55      Mizoram           Champhai                7
         55      Mizoram           Kolasib                 4
         55      Mizoram           Lawngtlai               8
         55      Mizoram           Lunglei                14
         55      Mizoram           Mamit                  13
         55      Mizoram           Saiha                   8
         55      Mizoram           Serchhip                4
      55 Total                                            71
                 Mizoram                                  71
         56      Nagaland          Kohima                  6          609,201
         56      Nagaland          Mokokchung              6
         56      Nagaland          Mon                     9
         56      Nagaland          Phek                    5
         56      Nagaland          Tuensang               19
         56      Nagaland          Wokha                   9
         56      Nagaland          Zunheboto               2
      56 Total                                            56
                 Nagaland Total                           56
        57       Orissa            Anugul                 11          397,808
        57       Orissa            Balangir               21
        57       Orissa            Bargarh                28


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                                                                  Benchmark
                                                    Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                         No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                         Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                    ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                     (In Rs.)
         57      Orissa           Baudh                     2
         57      Orissa           Debagarh                  2
         57      Orissa           Jharsuguda                6
         57      Orissa           Nuapada                  15
         57      Orissa           Sambalpur                10
         57      Orissa           Sonapur                   8
         57      Orissa           Sundargarh               15
      57 Total                                            118
         58      Orissa           Baleshwar                25          401,238
         58      Orissa           Bhadrak                  10
         58      Orissa           Jagatsinghapur           10
         58      Orissa           Jajapur                  11
         58      Orissa           Kendrapara               12
         58      Orissa           Kendujhar                15
         58      Orissa           Mayurbhanj               18
      58 Total                                            101
         59      Orissa           Cuttack                  11          404,812
         59      Orissa           Dhenkanal                19
         59      Orissa           Gajapati                  9
         59      Orissa           Ganjam                   29
         59      Orissa           Kandhamal                 7
         59      Orissa           Khorda                    4
         59      Orissa           Nayagarh                  9
         59      Orissa           Puri                      9
      59 Total                                             97


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                                                                Benchmark
                                                  Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                       No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                       Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                  ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                   (In Rs.)
         60      Orissa           Kalahandi              28          397,834
         60      Orissa           Koraput                26
         60      Orissa           Malkangiri             13
         60      Orissa           Nabarangapur           37
         60      Orissa           Rayagada               12
      60 Total                                          116
                 Orissa Total                           432
         61      Punjab           Amritsar                7          400,140
         61      Punjab           Firozpur                1
         61      Punjab           Gurdaspur               5
      61 Total                                           13
                 Punjab Total                            13
         62      Rajasthan        Barmer                 25          388,561
         62      Rajasthan        Bikaner                36
         62      Rajasthan        Jaisalmer              23
         62      Rajasthan        Jodhpur                33
      62 Total                                          117
         63      Rajasthan        Banswara                9          389,366
         63      Rajasthan        Chittaurgarh           11
         63      Rajasthan        Dungarpur               7
         63      Rajasthan        Jalor                  21
         63      Rajasthan        Pali                   15
         63      Rajasthan        Rajsamand               5
         63      Rajasthan        Sirohi                  6
         63      Rajasthan        Udaipur                23


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                                                                Benchmark
                                                  Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                       No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                       Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                  ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                   (In Rs.)
      63 Total                                           97
         64      Rajasthan         Alwar                 15          388,196
         64      Rajasthan         Churu                 19
         64      Rajasthan         Ganganagar             5
         64      Rajasthan         Hanumangarh           20
         64      Rajasthan         Jaipur                 8
         64      Rajasthan         Jhunjhunun            11
         64      Rajasthan         Nagaur                18
         64      Rajasthan         Sikar                  7
      64 Total                                          103
         65      Rajasthan         Ajmer                  9           390,419
         65      Rajasthan         Baran                  7
         65      Rajasthan         Bharatpur              6
         65      Rajasthan         Bhilwara              15
         65      Rajasthan         Bundi                 10
         65      Rajasthan         Dausa                  2
         65      Rajasthan         Dholpur                3
         65      Rajasthan         Jhalawar               3
         65      Rajasthan         Karauli               12
         65      Rajasthan         Kota                   7
         65                        Sawai
                 Rajasthan                               12
                                   Madhopur
         65      Rajasthan         Tonk                   8
      65 Total                                           94
                 Rajasthan Total                        411


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                                                                   Benchmark
                                                     Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                          No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                          Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                     ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                      (In Rs.)
         66      Sikkim           East Sikkim                2          477,413
         66      Sikkim           North Sikkim               2
         66      Sikkim           West Sikkim                4
      66 Total                                               8
                 Sikkim Total                                8
         67      Tamilnadu        Kancheepuram              10          421,324
         67      Tamilnadu        Thiruvallur                5
         67      Tamilnadu        Tiruvannamalai            33
         67      Tamilnadu        Vellore                   25
         67      Tamilnadu        Viluppuram                34
      67 Total                                             107
         68      Tamilnadu        Coimbatore                 2          420,696
         68      Tamilnadu        Dharmapuri                58
         68      Tamilnadu        Dindigul                   5
         68      Tamilnadu        Erode                      9
         68      Tamilnadu        Karur                      4
         68      Tamilnadu        Namakkal                   4
         68      Tamilnadu        Perambalur                 3
         68      Tamilnadu        Salem                      7
         68      Tamilnadu        Tiruchirappalli            8
      68 Total                                             100
         69      Tamilnadu        Madurai                    8          427,330
         69                       Ramanathapura
                 Tamilnadu                                  14
                                  m
        69       Tamilnadu        Sivaganga                 14


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                                                                  Benchmark
                                                    Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                         No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                         Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                    ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                     (In Rs.)
         69      Tamilnadu         Theni                    2
         69      Tamilnadu         Thoothukkudi            15
         69      Tamilnadu         Tirunelveli             18
         69      Tamilnadu         Virudhunagar            15
      69 Total                                             86
         70      Tamilnadu         Ariyalur                 5          427,372
         70      Tamilnadu         Cuddalore               16
         70      Tamilnadu         Nagapattinam            15
         70      Tamilnadu         Pudukkottai             20
         70      Tamilnadu         Thanjavur               10
         70      Tamilnadu         Thiruvarur              12
      70 Total                                             78
                 Tamilnadu Total                          371
         71      Tripura           Dhalai                  21          537,317
         71      Tripura           North Tripura           26
         71      Tripura           South Tripura           54
         71      Tripura           West Tripura            46
      71 Total                                            147
                 Tripura Total                            147
        72       Uttaranchal       Chamoli                 13          427,390
        72       Uttaranchal       Dehra Dun               16
        72       Uttaranchal       Garhwal                 22
        72       Uttaranchal       Hardwar                 35
        72       Uttaranchal       Rudraprayag              4
        72       Uttaranchal       Tehri Garhwal           13


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                                                                   Benchmark
                                                     Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                          No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area          District
No.    No.                                          Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                     ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                      (In Rs.)
         72      Uttaranchal         Uttarkashi             12
      72 Total                                             115
         73      Uttaranchal         Almora                 42          457,164
         73      Uttaranchal         Bageshwar               9
         73      Uttaranchal         Champawat              12
         73      Uttaranchal         Nainital               10
         73      Uttaranchal         Pithoragarh            19
         73                          Udham Singh
                 Uttaranchal                                10
                                     Nagar
      73 Total                                             102
                 Uttaranchal                               217
         74      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Bahraich               16          403,808
         74      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Barabanki              11
         74      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Farrukhabad             2
         74      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Hardoi                  9
         74      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Kannauj                 6
         74      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Kanpur Dehat            8
         74      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Kanpur Nagar            8
         74      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Kheri                  17
         74      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Lucknow                 3
         74      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Shahjahanpur           14
         74      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Shrawasti               9
         74      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Sitapur                19
         74      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Unnao                  12
      74 Total                                             134


                                         132
                                                                    Benchmark
                                                      Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                           No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area         District
No.    No.                                           Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                      ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                       (In Rs.)
        75       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Ballia                   5          408,805
        75       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Balrampur                7
        75       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Basti                   15
        75       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Deoria                  11
        75       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Faizabad                10
        75       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Gonda                    9
        75       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Gorakhpur               10
        75       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Kushinagar              13
        75       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Maharajganj             10
        75       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Sant Kabir
                                                              9
                                     Nagar
         75      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Sidharthnagar           18
      75 Total                                              117
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Banda                   15          401,563
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Chitrakoot              10
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Fatehpur                14
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Hamirpur                13
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Jalaun                  17
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Jhansi                  23
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Kaushambi                7
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Lalitpur                 6
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Mahoba                  10
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Rae Bareli              11
      76 Total                                              126
         77      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Allahabad               20          411,648



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                                                                    Benchmark
                                                      Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                           No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area         District
No.    No.                                           Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                      ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                       (In Rs.)
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Ambedkar
                                                              9
                                     Nagar
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Azamgarh                 8
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Chandauli                6
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Ghazipur                12
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Jaunpur                 11
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Mirzapur                11
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Pratapgarh              18
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Sant Ravidas
                                                              1
                                     Nagar Badhohi
         77      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Sonbhadra               25
         77      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Sultanpur                7
      77 Total                                              128
                 Uttar Pradesh (E)
                                                            505
                 Total
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Baghpat                  1          396,217
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Bareilly                11
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Bijnor                  12
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Budaun                   8
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Jyotiba Phule
                                                              5
                                     Nagar
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Meerut                   1
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Moradabad               13
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Muzaffarnagar            9
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Pilibhit                14


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                                                                   Benchmark
                                                     Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                          No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area         District
No.    No.                                          Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                     ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                      (In Rs.)
         78      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Rampur                  6
         78      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Saharanpur              8
      78 Total                                              88
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Agra                   14          405,300
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Aligarh                 9
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Auraiya                 7
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Bulandshahar            5
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Etah                   10
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Etawah                  7
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Firozabad               7
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Hathras                 1
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Mainpuri                8
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Mathura                 5
      79 Total                                              73
                 Uttar Pradesh
                                                           161
                 (W) Total
        80       West Bengal         Barddhaman              6          403,022
        80       West Bengal         Birbhum                11
        80                           Dakshin
                 West Bengal                                10
                                     Dinajpur
        80       West Bengal         Darjiling               3
        80       West Bengal         Jalpaiguri              1
        80       West Bengal         Malda                  10
        80       West Bengal         Murshidabad            14
        80       West Bengal         Nadia                  10


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                                                                  Benchmark
                                                    Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-A
Sl.   Cluster                                         No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                         Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                    ure Sites    Site for Part-A   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                     (In Rs.)
         80      West Bengal      Uttar Dinajpur           13
      80 Total                                             78
         81      West Bengal      Bankura                  11          399,187
         81      West Bengal      Haora                     1
         81      West Bengal      Hugli                     1
         81      West Bengal      Medinipur                37
         81                       North Twenty
                 West Bengal                               10
                                  Four Parganas
        81       West Bengal      Puruliya                 10
        81                        South Twenty
                 West Bengal                               19
                                  Four Parganas
      81 Total                                             89
                 West Bengal
                                                          167
                 Total
                 Grand Total                             7871




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                                                              ANNEXURE-10B
                        FINANCIAL BID FORM

IMPORTANT NOTE:

1.    FIRST FINANCIAL BID FORMS, DULY SIGNED, WITH BENCHMARK
      VALUES SHALL BE SUPPLIED ALONG WITH TENDER DOCUMENT.

2.    THE SIGNED COPY OF THE FINANCIAL BID FORM SUPPLIED ALONG
      WITH TENDER DOCUMENT SHOULD BE SUBMITTED WITH THE BID
      DOCUMENTS.

3.    FINANCIAL BID FORM SHOULD BE SIGNED BY THE AUTHORISED
      SIGNATORY FOR AND ON BEHALF OF THE BIDDER.

6.    THE BENCHMARK IS THE UPPER LIMIT FOR SUBSIDY AND A BIDDER
      SHOULD NOT QUOTE MORE THAN THE BENCHMARK.

7.    DISTRICTS HAVE BEEN CLUBBBED TO FORM GROUP OF DISTRICTS
      FOR THE PURPOSE OF BIDDING.

6.    FINANCIAL BID FORMS FOR SUBSEQUENT ROUNDS OF BIDDING,
      DULY SIGNED, WITH BENCHMARK VALUES SHALL BE SUPPLIED TO
      THE QUALIFIED BIDDERS.


                     FINANCIAL BID FORM (PART-B)

                   FOR FIRST ROUND FINANCIAL BID

                      (TENDER NO: 30-148/2006- USF)

1.0   PARTICULARS OF THE BIDDER: -

1.1   Name:
1.2   Address:
1.3   Telephone No:
1.4   Fax No:
1.5   E-Mail Address:

2.0   Offer for Subsidy required against tendered District/ Group of Districts

(The Financial Bid form should also be furnished on a CD ROM in MS EXCEL,
duly signed by the Authorize d Signatory of the Company along with the seal of
the company on the CD ROM Disc. In case of any difference between the
information on the CD ROM and the original hard copy, the hard copy shall be
taken as the basis for the purpose of evaluation of bids)




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                                                                Benchmark
                                                  Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-B
Sl.   Cluster                                       No. of      Subsidy per
                  Service Area       District
No.    No.                                       Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                  ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                   (In Rs.)
         1      Andhra Pradesh   Adilabad                29         142,734
         1      Andhra Pradesh   Karimnagar              24
         1      Andhra Pradesh   Medak                   21
         1      Andhra Pradesh   Nizamabad               22
      1 Total                                            96
         2      Andhra Pradesh   Nalagonda               39         121,608
         2      Andhra Pradesh   Rangareddy              16
         2      Andhra Pradesh   Warangal                38
      2 Total                                            93
         3      Andhra Pradesh   East Godavari           11         119,072
         3      Andhra Pradesh   Khammam                 27
         3      Andhra Pradesh   Krishna                 12
         3      Andhra Pradesh   Srikakulam              12
         3      Andhra Pradesh   Vishakapatnam           11
         3      Andhra Pradesh   Vizianagaram            17
         3      Andhra Pradesh   West Godavari            8
      3 Total                                            98
         4      Andhra Pradesh   Guntur                  16         136,068
         4      Andhra Pradesh   Mahbubnagar             47
         4      Andhra Pradesh   Prakasam                38
      4 Total                                           101
         5      Andhra Pradesh   Anantapur               52         127,998
         5      Andhra Pradesh   Kurnool                 47
      5 Total                                            99
         6      Andhra Pradesh   Chittoor                39         123,044



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                                                                     Benchmark
                                                       Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-B
Sl.   Cluster                                            No. of      Subsidy per
                  Service Area         District
No.    No.                                            Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                       ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                        (In Rs.)
         6      Andhra Pradesh      Cuddapah                  27
         6      Andhra Pradesh      Nellore                   28
      6 Total                                                 94
                Andhra Pradesh
                Total                                        581
        7       Arunachal Pradesh   Changlang                  6         291,741
        7       Arunachal Pradesh   Dibang Valley              4
        7       Arunachal Pradesh   East Kameng                2
        7       Arunachal Pradesh   East Siang                 3
        7       Arunachal Pradesh   Lohit                     12
        7                           Lower
                Arunachal Pradesh   Subansiri                  4
         7      Arunachal Pradesh   Tawang                     4
         7      Arunachal Pradesh   Tirap                     10
         7      Arunachal Pradesh   Upper Siang                3
         7      Arunachal Pradesh   Upper Subansiri            3
         7      Arunachal Pradesh   West Kameng                7
         7      Arunachal Pradesh   West Siang                 4
      7 Total                                                 62
                Arunachal
                Pradesh Total                                 62
        8       Assam               Barpeta                    9         185,224
        8       Assam               Bongaigaon                 5
        8       Assam               Cachar                     5
        8       Assam               Darrang                    8


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                                                              Benchmark
                                                Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-B
Sl.   Cluster                                     No. of      Subsidy per
                  Service Area      District
No.    No.                                     Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                 (In Rs.)
         8      Assam            Dhubri                11
         8      Assam            Dibrugarh              4
         8      Assam            Goalpara               5
         8      Assam            Golaghat               1
         8      Assam            Hailakandi             1
         8      Assam            Jorhat                 3
         8      Assam            Kamrup                 5
         8      Assam            Karimganj              2
         8      Assam            Kokrajhar              2
         8      Assam            Lakhimpur              2
         8      Assam            Marigaon               6
         8      Assam            Nagaon                 7
         8      Assam            Nalbari                8
         8      Assam            Sibsagar               4
         8      Assam            Sonitpur               1
         8      Assam            Tinsukia               1
      8 Total                                          90
                Assam Total                            90
        9       Bihar            Gopalganj              9         157,767
        9       Bihar            Muzaffarpur           14
        9                        Pashchim
                Bihar                                  32
                                 Champaran
        9                        Purba
                Bihar                                  15
                                 Champaran
        9       Bihar            Saran                  9


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                                                                Benchmark
                                                  Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-B
Sl.   Cluster                                       No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                       Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                  ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                   (In Rs.)
          9      Bihar            Sheohar                 3
          9      Bihar            Siwan                  16
          9      Bihar            Vaishali                8
      9 Total                                           106
         10      Bihar            Begusarai               5         176,717
         10      Bihar            Darbhanga              13
         10      Bihar            Khagaria                4
         10      Bihar            Madhubani              16
         10      Bihar            Saharsa                 9
         10      Bihar            Samastipur             12
         10      Bihar            Sitamarhi              13
         10      Bihar            Supaul                 17
      10 Total                                           89
         11      Bihar            Araria                 18         205,445
         11      Bihar            Katihar                19
         11      Bihar            Kishanganj             18
         11      Bihar            Madhepura               9
         11      Bihar            Purnia                 15
      11 Total                                           79
        12       Bihar            Banka                  21         183,607
        12       Bihar            Bhagalpur               6
        12       Bihar            Gaya                   32
        12       Bihar            Jamui                  29
        12       Bihar            Lakhisarai              4


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                                                               Benchmark
                                                 Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-B
Sl.   Cluster                                      No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                      Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                 ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                  (In Rs.)
         12      Bihar            Munger                 6
         12      Bihar            Nalanda                7
         12      Bihar            Nawada                 7
         12      Bihar            Sheikhpura             5
      12 Total                                         117
         13      Bihar            Aurangabad            22         183,188
         13      Bihar            Bhojpur               12
         13      Bihar            Buxar                 10
         13      Bihar            Jehanabad              6
         13                       Kaimur
                 Bihar                                  20
                                  (Bhabua)
         13      Bihar            Patna                 11
         13      Bihar            Rohtas                17
      13 Total                                          98
                 Bihar Total                           489
         14      Chhattisgarh     Bastar                49         286,714
         14      Chhattisgarh     Dantewada             30
      14 Total                                          79
         15      Chhattisgarh     Dhamtari              35         259,472
         15      Chhattisgarh     Durg                  46
         15      Chhattisgarh     Kanker                30
         15      Chhattisgarh     Rajnandgaon           18
      15 Total                                         129
         16      Chhattisgarh     Kawardha              11         244,835
         16      Chhattisgarh     Mahasamund            26


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Sl.   Cluster                                         No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                         Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                    ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                     (In Rs.)
         16      Chhattisgarh     Raipur                   69
      16 Total                                            106
         17      Chhattisgarh     Bilaspur                 32         210,745
         17      Chhattisgarh     Janjgir-Champa           21
         17      Chhattisgarh     Jashpur                  23
         17      Chhattisgarh     Korba                    16
         17      Chhattisgarh     Raigarh                  22
      17 Total                                            114
         18      Chhattisgarh     Koriya                   38         295,815
         18      Chhattisgarh     Surguja                  94
      18 Total                                            132
                 Chhattisgarh
                 Total                                    560
         19      Gujarat          Kachchh                  32         179,589
         19      Gujarat          Navsari                   3
         19      Gujarat          Surat                    12
         19      Gujarat          Valsad                   19
      19 Total                                             66
                 Gujarat Total                             66
        20       Haryana          Bhiwani                   2         131,577
        20       Haryana          Gurgaon                   2
        20       Haryana          Jind                      3
        20       Haryana          Kaithal                   3
        20       Haryana          Karnal                    1
        20       Haryana          Mahendragarh              1


                                      143
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Sl.   Cluster                                        No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area        District
No.    No.                                        Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                   ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                    (In Rs.)
         20      Haryana            Panchkula              1
         20      Haryana            Yamunanagar            1
      20 Total                                            14
                 Haryana Total                            14
         21      Himachal Pradesh   Chamba                48         270,557
         21      Himachal Pradesh   Kangra                56
      21 Total                                           104
         22      Himachal Pradesh   Bilaspur              14         293,880
         22      Himachal Pradesh   Hamirpur              11
         22      Himachal Pradesh   Kullu                  9
         22      Himachal Pradesh   Mandi                 16
         22      Himachal Pradesh   Solan                 38
         22      Himachal Pradesh   Una                   10
      22 Total                                            98
         23      Himachal Pradesh   Kinnaur                4         325,532
         23      Himachal Pradesh   Shimla                29
         23      Himachal Pradesh   Sirmaur               60
      23 Total                                            93
                 Himachal
                                                         295
                 Pradesh Total
        24       Jammu & Kashmir    Anantnag              18         202,576
        24       Jammu & Kashmir    Badgam                 5
        24       Jammu & Kashmir    Baramula              25
        24       Jammu & Kashmir    Kupwara               24
        24       Jammu & Kashmir    Pulwama                6


                                        144
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Sl.   Cluster                                        No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area        District
No.    No.                                        Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                   ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                    (In Rs.)
         24      Jammu & Kashmir   Punch                   6
         24      Jammu & Kashmir   Srinagar                4
      24 Total                                            88
         25      Jammu & Kashmir   Doda                   25         228,971
         25      Jammu & Kashmir   Jammu                  11
         25      Jammu & Kashmir   Kathua                 18
         25      Jammu & Kashmir   Rajauri                11
         25      Jammu & Kashmir   Udhampur               25
      25 Total                                            90
                 Jammu &
                                                         178
                 Kashmir Total
         26      Jharkhand         Bokaro                  5         225,131
         26      Jharkhand         Deoghar                12
         26      Jharkhand         Dhanbad                 3
         26      Jharkhand         Dumka                  26
         26      Jharkhand         Giridih                20
         26      Jharkhand         Godda                   8
         26      Jharkhand         Kodarma                 3
         26      Jharkhand         Pakaur                 12
         26      Jharkhand         Sahibganj              11
      26 Total                                           100
         27      Jharkhand         Chatra                 18         247,455
         27      Jharkhand         Hazaribagh              8
         27                        Pashchimi
                 Jharkhand                                40
                                   Singhbhum


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Sl.   Cluster                                       No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                       Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                  ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                   (In Rs.)
        27                         Purbi
                 Jharkhand                                4
                                   Singhbhum
         27      Jharkhand         Ranchi                19
      27Total                                            89
         28      Jharkhand         Garhwa                19         256,480
         28      Jharkhand         Gumla                 45
         28      Jharkhand         Lohardaga              3
         28      Jharkhand         Palamu                49
      28 Total                                          116
                 Jharkhand Total                        305
         29      Karnataka         Bidar                 20         208,268
         29      Karnataka         Bijapur               25
         29      Karnataka         Gulbarga              61
      29 Total                                          106
         30      Karnataka         Bagalkote              8         184,955
         30      Karnataka         Belgaum               13
         30      Karnataka         Bellary               16
         30      Karnataka         Dharwar                3
         30      Karnataka         Gadag                  7
         30      Karnataka         Koppal                14
         30      Karnataka         Raichur               34
      30 Total                                           95
         31      Karnataka         Chikmagalur            9           174,252
         31      Karnataka         Chitradurga           14
         31      Karnataka         Davangere             13


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Sl.   Cluster                                           No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                           Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                      ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                       (In Rs.)
         31      Karnataka         Haveri                     8
         31      Karnataka         Karwar                    17
         31      Karnataka         Koddagu                    6
         31      Karnataka         Shimoga                   21
         31      Karnataka         Tumkur                    38
         31      Karnataka         Udupi                      1
      31 Total                                              127
         32      Karnataka         Bangalore Rural           10           156,432
         32                        Chamaraja
                 Karnataka                                    8
                                   Nagar
         32      Karnataka         Hassan                    10
         32      Karnataka         Kolar                     48
         32      Karnataka         Mandya                    14
         32      Karnataka         Mangalore                  1
         32      Karnataka         Mysore                     8
      32 Total                                               99
                 Karnataka Total                            427
        33       Kerala            Idukki                     6         104,469
        33       Kerala            Kannur                     4
        33       Kerala            Kasaragod                  3
        33       Kerala            Kollam                     3
        33       Kerala            Kozhikode                  2
        33       Kerala            Malappuram                 3
        33       Kerala            Palakkad                  12
        33       Kerala            Pathanamthitta             4


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Sl.   Cluster                                         No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                         Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                    ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                     (In Rs.)
        33                        Thiruvananthap
                 Kerala           uram                      2
         33      Kerala           Thrissur                  4
         33      Kerala           Wayanad                   3
      33 Total                                             46
                 Kerala Total                              46
         34      Madhya Pradesh   Damoh                    21         200,172
         34      Madhya Pradesh   Jabalpur                  6
         34      Madhya Pradesh   Narsimhapur              14
         34      Madhya Pradesh   Raisen                   23
         34      Madhya Pradesh   Sagar                    28
      34 Total                                             92
         35      Madhya Pradesh   Dindori                   6         234,124
         35      Madhya Pradesh   Katni                    27
         35      Madhya Pradesh   Mandla                    8
         35      Madhya Pradesh   Shahdol                  34
         35      Madhya Pradesh   Sidhi                    43
         35      Madhya Pradesh   Umaria                    9
      35 Total                                            127
         36      Madhya Pradesh   Mandsaur                 23         175,924
         36      Madhya Pradesh   Neemuch                   6
         36      Madhya Pradesh   Shajapur                 30
      36 Total                                             59
         37      Madhya Pradesh   Bhind                    25         184,476
         37      Madhya Pradesh   Datia                    11


                                      148
                                                               Benchmark
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Sl.   Cluster                                      No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                      Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                 ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                  (In Rs.)
         37      Madhya Pradesh   Gwalior                9
         37      Madhya Pradesh   Morena                20
         37      Madhya Pradesh   Sheopur               21
         37      Madhya Pradesh   Shivpuri              35
      37 Total                                         121
         38      Madhya Pradesh   Guna                  25         215,503
         38      Madhya Pradesh   Rajgarh               13
         38      Madhya Pradesh   Tikamgarh             28
         38      Madhya Pradesh   Vidisha               29
      38 Total                                          95
         39      Madhya Pradesh   Chhatarpur            35         231,408
         39      Madhya Pradesh   Panna                 25
         39      Madhya Pradesh   Rewa                  23
         39      Madhya Pradesh   Satna                 39
      39 Total                                         122
         40      Madhya Pradesh   Balaghat              12         204,352
         40      Madhya Pradesh   Bhopal                 7
         40      Madhya Pradesh   Chhindwara            28
         40      Madhya Pradesh   Dewas                 23
         40      Madhya Pradesh   Hoshangabad           15
         40      Madhya Pradesh   Sehore                16
         40      Madhya Pradesh   Seoni                  9
      40 Total                                         110
         41      Madhya Pradesh   Betul                 29         235,446
         41      Madhya Pradesh   East Nimar            31


                                      149
                                                               Benchmark
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Sl.   Cluster                                      No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                      Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                 ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                  (In Rs.)
         41      Madhya Pradesh   Harda                  8
         41      Madhya Pradesh   West Nimar            33
      41 Total                                         101
         42      Madhya Pradesh   Jhabua                36         235,382
         42      Madhya Pradesh   Ratlam                25
      42 Total                                          61
         43      Madhya Pradesh   Barwani               21         206,671
         43      Madhya Pradesh   Dhar                  39
         43      Madhya Pradesh   Indore                10
         43      Madhya Pradesh   Ujjain                27
      43 Total                                          97
                 Madhya Pradesh
                                                       985
                 Total
         44      Maharashtra      Dhule                 27         190,414
         44      Maharashtra      Jalgaon               39
         44      Maharashtra      Nandurbar             30
      44 Total                                          96
         45      Maharashtra      Akola                 22         182,437
         45      Maharashtra      Amravati              29
         45      Maharashtra      Buldana               37
         45      Maharashtra      Washim                23
      45 Total                                         111
         46      Maharashtra      Bhandara              22         169,221
         46      Maharashtra      Gondiya               20
         46      Maharashtra      Nagpur                30


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Sl.   Cluster                                      No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                      Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                 ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                  (In Rs.)
         46      Maharashtra      Wardha                19
      46 Total                                          91
         47      Maharashtra      Chandrapur            42         210,812
         47      Maharashtra      Gadchiroli            43
         47      Maharashtra      Yavatmal              38
      47 Total                                         123
         48      Maharashtra      Aurangabad            29         197,175
         48      Maharashtra      Jalna                 43
         48      Maharashtra      Nashik                33
         48      Maharashtra      Thane                 22
      48 Total                                         127
         49      Maharashtra      Bid                   38         220,579
         49      Maharashtra      Hingoli               19
         49      Maharashtra      Nanded                43
         49      Maharashtra      Parbhani              27
      49 Total                                         127
         50      Maharashtra      Ahmadnagar            54         158,760
         50      Maharashtra      Pune                  10
         50      Maharashtra      Raigarh                9
         50      Maharashtra      Satara                31
      50 Total                                         104
         51      Maharashtra      Kolhapur              34         151,861
         51      Maharashtra      Ratnagiri             33
         51      Maharashtra      Sangli                29
         51      Maharashtra      Sindhudurg            17


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Sl.   Cluster                                           No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                           Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                      ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                       (In Rs.)
      51 Total                                              113
         52      Maharashtra      Latur                      19         175,684
         52      Maharashtra      Osmanabad                  38
         52      Maharashtra      Solapur                    68
      52 Total                                              125
                 Maharashtra
                 Total                                     1017
         53      Manipur          Bishnupur                   1         304,820
         53      Manipur          Chandel                    14
         53      Manipur          Churachandpur              22
         53      Manipur          Imphal East                 8
         53      Manipur          Imphal West                 1
         53      Manipur          Senapati                    6
         53      Manipur          Tamenglong                 17
         53      Manipur          Thoubal                     6
         53      Manipur          Ukhrul                     20
      53 Total                                               95
                 Manipur Total                               95
        54       Meghalaya        East Garo Hills            10         298,690
        54       Meghalaya        East Khasi Hills           12
        54       Meghalaya        Jaintia Hills              18
        54       Meghalaya        Ri Bhoi                    13
        54                        South Garo
                 Meghalaya        Hills                       5
        54       Meghalaya        West Garo Hills            29


                                       152
                                                                Benchmark
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Sl.   Cluster                                       No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                       Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                  ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                   (In Rs.)
        54                         West Khasi
                 Meghalaya         Hills                 15
      54 Total                                          102
                 Meghalaya Total                        102
         55      Mizoram           Aizawl                13         319,517
         55      Mizoram           Champhai               7
         55      Mizoram           Kolasib                4
         55      Mizoram           Lawngtlai              8
         55      Mizoram           Lunglei               14
         55      Mizoram           Mamit                 13
         55      Mizoram           Saiha                  8
         55      Mizoram           Serchhip               4
      55 Total                                           71
                 Mizoram                                 71
         56      Nagaland          Kohima                 6         222,631
         56      Nagaland          Mokokchung             6
         56      Nagaland          Mon                    9
         56      Nagaland          Phek                   5
         56      Nagaland          Tuensang              19
         56      Nagaland          Wokha                  9
         56      Nagaland          Zunheboto              2
      56 Total                                           56
                 Nagaland Total                          56
        57       Orissa            Anugul                11         221,397
        57       Orissa            Balangir              21


                                       153
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Sl.   Cluster                                         No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                         Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                    ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                     (In Rs.)
         57      Orissa           Bargarh                  28
         57      Orissa           Baudh                     2
         57      Orissa           Debagarh                  2
         57      Orissa           Jharsuguda                6
         57      Orissa           Nuapada                  15
         57      Orissa           Sambalpur                10
         57      Orissa           Sonapur                   8
         57      Orissa           Sundargarh               15
      57 Total                                            118
         58      Orissa           Baleshwar                25         193,883
         58      Orissa           Bhadrak                  10
         58      Orissa           Jagatsinghapur           10
         58      Orissa           Jajapur                  11
         58      Orissa           Kendrapara               12
         58      Orissa           Kendujhar                15
         58      Orissa           Mayurbhanj               18
      58 Total                                            101
         59      Orissa           Cuttack                  11         167,292
         59      Orissa           Dhenkanal                19
         59      Orissa           Gajapati                  9
         59      Orissa           Ganjam                   29
         59      Orissa           Kandhamal                 7
         59      Orissa           Khorda                    4
         59      Orissa           Nayagarh                  9
         59      Orissa           Puri                      9


                                      154
                                                                Benchmark
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Sl.   Cluster                                       No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                       Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                  ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                   (In Rs.)
      59 Total                                           97
         60      Orissa           Kalahandi              28         238,573
         60      Orissa           Koraput                26
         60      Orissa           Malkangiri             13
         60      Orissa           Nabarangapur           37
         60      Orissa           Rayagada               12
      60 Total                                          116
                 Orissa Total                           432
         61      Punjab           Amritsar                7         117,963
         61      Punjab           Firozpur                1
         61      Punjab           Gurdaspur               5
      61 Total                                           13
                 Punjab Total                            13
         62      Rajasthan        Barmer                 25         228,755
         62      Rajasthan        Bikaner                36
         62      Rajasthan        Jaisalmer              23
         62      Rajasthan        Jodhpur                33
      62 Total                                          117
         63      Rajasthan        Banswara                9         162,713
         63      Rajasthan        Chittaurgarh           11
         63      Rajasthan        Dungarpur               7
         63      Rajasthan        Jalor                  21
         63      Rajasthan        Pali                   15
         63      Rajasthan        Rajsamand               5
         63      Rajasthan        Sirohi                  6


                                       155
                                                               Benchmark
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Sl.   Cluster                                      No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area      District
No.    No.                                      Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                 ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                  (In Rs.)
         63      Rajasthan        Udaipur               23
      63 Total                                          97
         64      Rajasthan        Alwar                 15         130,139
         64      Rajasthan        Churu                 19
         64      Rajasthan        Ganganagar             5
         64      Rajasthan        Hanumangarh           20
         64      Rajasthan        Jaipur                 8
         64      Rajasthan        Jhunjhunun            11
         64      Rajasthan        Nagaur                18
         64      Rajasthan        Sikar                  7
      64 Total                                         103
         65      Rajasthan        Ajmer                  9         152,856
         65      Rajasthan        Baran                  7
         65      Rajasthan        Bharatpur              6
         65      Rajasthan        Bhilwara              15
         65      Rajasthan        Bundi                 10
         65      Rajasthan        Dausa                  2
         65      Rajasthan        Dholpur                3
         65      Rajasthan        Jhalawar               3
         65      Rajasthan        Karauli               12
         65      Rajasthan        Kota                   7
         65                       Sawai
                 Rajasthan                              12
                                  Madhopur
         65      Rajasthan        Tonk                   8
      65 Total                                          94


                                      156
                                                                    Benchmark
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Sl.   Cluster                                           No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area        District
No.    No.                                           Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                      ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                       (In Rs.)
                 Rajasthan Total                            411
         66      Sikkim            East Sikkim                2         188,840
         66      Sikkim            North Sikkim               2
         66      Sikkim            West Sikkim                4
      66 Total                                                8
                 Sikkim Total                                 8
         67      Tamilnadu         Kancheepuram              10         134,668
         67      Tamilnadu         Thiruvallur                5
         67      Tamilnadu         Tiruvannamalai            33
         67      Tamilnadu         Vellore                   25
         67      Tamilnadu         Viluppuram                34
      67 Total                                              107
         68      Tamilnadu         Coimbatore                 2         137,140
         68      Tamilnadu         Dharmapuri                58
         68      Tamilnadu         Dindigul                   5
         68      Tamilnadu         Erode                      9
         68      Tamilnadu         Karur                      4
         68      Tamilnadu         Namakkal                   4
         68      Tamilnadu         Perambalur                 3
         68      Tamilnadu         Salem                      7
         68      Tamilnadu         Tiruchirappalli            8
      68 Total                                              100
         69      Tamilnadu         Madurai                    8         138,029
         69                        Ramanathapura
                 Tamilnadu                                   14
                                   m


                                        157
                                                                  Benchmark
                                                    Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-B
Sl.   Cluster                                         No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                         Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                    ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                     (In Rs.)
         69      Tamilnadu         Sivaganga               14
         69      Tamilnadu         Theni                    2
         69      Tamilnadu         Thoothukkudi            15
         69      Tamilnadu         Tirunelveli             18
         69      Tamilnadu         Virudhunagar            15
      69 Total                                             86
         70      Tamilnadu         Ariyalur                 5         137,062
         70      Tamilnadu         Cuddalore               16
         70      Tamilnadu         Nagapattinam            15
         70      Tamilnadu         Pudukkottai             20
         70      Tamilnadu         Thanjavur               10
         70      Tamilnadu         Thiruvarur              12
      70 Total                                             78
                 Tamilnadu Total                          371
         71      Tripura           Dhalai                  21         228,500
         71      Tripura           North Tripura           26
         71      Tripura           South Tripura           54
         71      Tripura           West Tripura            46
      71 Total                                            147
                 Tripura Total                            147
        72       Uttaranchal       Chamoli                 13         177,133
        72       Uttaranchal       Dehra Dun               16
        72       Uttaranchal       Garhwal                 22
        72       Uttaranchal       Hardwar                 35
        72       Uttaranchal       Rudraprayag              4


                                       158
                                                                    Benchmark
                                                      Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-B
Sl.   Cluster                                           No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area         District
No.    No.                                           Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                      ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                       (In Rs.)
         72      Uttaranchal         Tehri Garhwal           13
         72      Uttaranchal         Uttarkashi              12
      72 Total                                              115
         73      Uttaranchal         Almora                  42         186,916
         73      Uttaranchal         Bageshwar                9
         73      Uttaranchal         Champawat               12
         73      Uttaranchal         Nainital                10
         73      Uttaranchal         Pithoragarh             19
         73                          Udham Singh
                 Uttaranchal                                 10
                                     Nagar
      73 Total                                              102
                 Uttaranchal                                217
        74       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Bahraich                16         176,826
        74       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Barabanki               11
        74       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Farrukhabad              2
        74       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Hardoi                   9
        74       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Kannauj                  6
        74       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Kanpur Dehat             8
        74       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Kanpur Nagar             8
        74       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Kheri                   17
        74       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Lucknow                  3
        74       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Shahjahanpur            14
        74       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Shrawasti                9
        74       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Sitapur                 19
        74       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Unnao                   12


                                         159
                                                                    Benchmark
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Sl.   Cluster                                           No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area         District
No.    No.                                           Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                      ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                       (In Rs.)
      74 Total                                              134
         75      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Ballia                   5         158,106
         75      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Balrampur                7
         75      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Basti                   15
         75      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Deoria                  11
         75      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Faizabad                10
         75      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Gonda                    9
         75      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Gorakhpur               10
         75      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Kushinagar              13
         75      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Maharajganj             10
         75      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Sant Kabir
                                                              9
                                     Nagar
         75      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Sidharthnagar           18
      75 Total                                              117
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Banda                   15         185,271
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Chitrakoot              10
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Fatehpur                14
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Hamirpur                13
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Jalaun                  17
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Jhansi                  23
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Kaushambi                7
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Lalitpur                 6
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Mahoba                  10
         76      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Rae Bareli              11
      76 Total                                              126


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                                                                    Benchmark
                                                      Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-B
Sl.   Cluster                                           No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area         District
No.    No.                                           Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                      ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                       (In Rs.)
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Allahabad               20         194,630
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Ambedkar
                                                              9
                                     Nagar
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Azamgarh                 8
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Chandauli                6
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Ghazipur                12
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Jaunpur                 11
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Mirzapur                11
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Pratapgarh              18
        77       Uttar Pradesh (E)   Sant Ravidas
                                                              1
                                     Nagar Badhohi
         77      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Sonbhadra               25
         77      Uttar Pradesh (E)   Sultanpur                7
      77 Total                                              128
                 Uttar Pradesh (E)
                                                            505
                 Total
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Baghpat                  1         156,518
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Bareilly                11
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Bijnor                  12
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Budaun                   8
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Jyotiba Phule
                                                              5
                                     Nagar
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Meerut                   1
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Moradabad               13
        78       Uttar Pradesh (W)   Muzaffarnagar            9


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                                                                   Benchmark
                                                     Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-B
Sl.   Cluster                                          No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area         District
No.    No.                                          Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                     ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                      (In Rs.)
         78      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Pilibhit               14
         78      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Rampur                  6
         78      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Saharanpur              8
      78 Total                                              88
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Agra                   14         152,133
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Aligarh                 9
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Auraiya                 7
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Bulandshahar            5
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Etah                   10
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Etawah                  7
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Firozabad               7
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Hathras                 1
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Mainpuri                8
         79      Uttar Pradesh (W)   Mathura                 5
      79 Total                                              73
                 Uttar Pradesh
                                                           161
                 (W) Total
        80       West Bengal         Barddhaman              6         179,313
        80       West Bengal         Birbhum                11
        80                           Dakshin
                 West Bengal                                10
                                     Dinajpur
        80       West Bengal         Darjiling               3
        80       West Bengal         Jalpaiguri              1
        80       West Bengal         Malda                  10
        80       West Bengal         Murshidabad            14


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                                                                  Benchmark
                                                    Tentative     For Annual       Amount bid for Annual Subsidy per Site for Part-B
Sl.   Cluster                                         No. of      Subsidy per
                   Service Area       District
No.    No.                                         Infrastruct   Infrastructure
                                                    ure Sites    Site for Part-B   Rs. in Figures               Rs. in words
                                                                     (In Rs.)
         80      West Bengal      Nadia                    10
         80      West Bengal      Uttar Dinajpur           13
      80 Total                                             78
         81      West Bengal      Bankura                  11         185,781
         81      West Bengal      Haora                     1
         81      West Bengal      Hugli                     1
         81      West Bengal      Medinipur                37
         81                       North Twenty
                 West Bengal                               10
                                  Four Parganas
        81       West Bengal      Puruliya                 10
        81                        South Twenty
                 West Bengal                               19
                                  Four Parganas
      81 Total                                             89
                 West Bengal
                                                          167
                 Total
                 Grand Total                             7871




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                                                                  ANNEXURE-11A

          PROFORMA FOR PERFORMANCE BANK GUARANTEE
                  FOR PART-A OF THE SCHEME

To

The President of India
Acting through the Administrator (USF)


In consideration of the President of India (hereinafter referred to as „the
Administrator‟) having agreed to enter into an Agreement with M/s
_____________________________________________                                       of
_____________________________________                (hereinafter     called      „the
INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER‟) to ……………..(name of activity) provided
under the Agreement (hereinafter called „the SERVICE‟) as per Tender Document
and Letter of Intent/Agreement No. ____________________ dated __________
(hereinafter called „the said Agreement‟) on the terms and conditions contained in the
said Agreement which inter-alia provides for production of a Bank Guarantee to the
extent of Rs.__________________ (in words _________________________) for the
due observance and performance of the terms and conditions of the said Agreement.
We _______________ (indicate the name and address and other particulars of the
Bank) (hereinafter referred to as „the Bank‟) at the request of the
INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER hereby irrevocably and unconditionally guarantee
to the Administrator that the INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER shall render all
necessary and efficient services which may be required to be rendered by the
INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER in connection with and/or for the performance of
the said AGREEMENT and further guarantees that the service which shall be
provided by the INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER under the said Agreement, shall
be actually performed in accordance with terms & conditions of the AGREEMENT to
the satisfaction of the Administrator.

2.      We, the Bank, hereby undertake to pay the Administrator an amount not
exceeding Rs._________________ (Rupees______________ only) as the
Administrator shall demand for any claim under the said AGREEMENT for
liquidated damages or breach of any of the terms and conditions contained in the said
Agreement including non extension of the validity of this guarantee.

3.      We, the Bank hereby, in pursuance of the terms of the said Agreement,
absolutely, irrevocably and unconditionally guarantee as primary obligor and not
merely as surety the payment of an amount of Rs._________________________
(Rupees _____________________ only) to the Administrator to secure due and
faithful performance by the INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER of all his/their
obligations under the said Agreement.

4.      We, the Bank hereby also undertake to pay the amounts due and payable under
this guarantee without any demur, merely on a demand from the Administrator stating
that the amount claimed is due by way of liquidated damages or by reason of breach
by the said INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER of any of the terms or conditions


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contained in the said Agreement or by reason of the Service Provider‟s failure to
perform any of it‟s obligations under the said Agreement.

5.      We, the Bank, hereby agree that the decision of the Administrator as to
whether the INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER has failed to or neglected to perform
or discharge his duties and obligations as aforesaid and/or whether the service is free
from deficiencies and defects and is in accordance with or not of the terms &
conditions of the said Agreement and as to the amount payable to the Administrator
by the Bank hereunder shall be final and binding on the Bank notwithstanding any
differences between the Administrator and the INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER, or
any dispute between them pending before any court, tribunal arbitrator or otherwise or
by the discharge of the INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER for any reason whatsoever.

6.     WE, THE BANK, DO HEREBY DECLARE AND AGREE that:

(a)    the Guarantee herein contained shall remain in full force and effect for a
period of one Year from the date hereof and that it shall continue to be enforceable till
Administrator certifies that the terms and conditions of the said Agreement have been
fully and properly carried out by the said INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER and
accordingly discharged this guarantee.

(b)     the Administrator shall have the fullest liberty without our consent and
without affecting in any manner our obligations hereunder to vary any of the terms
and conditions of the said Agreement or to extend time of performance of any
obligations by the said INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER from time to time or to
postpone for any time or from time to time any of the powers exercisable by the
Administrator against the said INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER and to forbear or to
enforce any of the terms and conditions relating to the said Agreement and we shall
not be relieved from our liability by reason of any variation or extension being
granted to the said INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER or forbearance act or omission
on the part of the Administrator or any indulgence by the Administrator to the said
INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER or to give such matter or thing whatsoever which
under the law relating to sureties would but for this provis ion, have effect of so
relieving us.

(c)     any claim which we have against the INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER shall
be subject and subordinate to the prior payment and performance in full of all the
obligations of us hereunder and we will not without prior written consent of the
Administrator exercise any legal right or remedy of any kind in respect of any such
payment or performance so long as the obligations of us hereunder remains owing and
outstanding.

(d)    This Guarantee shall be irrevocable and the obligations of us herein shall not
be conditional of any prior notice by us or by the INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER.

(e)     This Guarantee shall not be vitiated by reconstruction or merger of the
INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER with any other company or winding up or
liquidation of the INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER.




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7.     We the BANK undertake not to revoke this Guarantee during its currency
except with the previous consent of the Administrator in writing.

      SIGNED and SEALED with the common seal of Bank on

Dated_______________ day ________________            for
_____________________
                                                   (Name of the Bank)
Witness:

1…………………………..
……………………………
……………………………
……………………………

2…………………………..
……………………………




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                                                                  ANNEXURE-11B

          PROFORMA FOR PERFORMANCE BANK GUARANTEE
                  FOR PART-B OF THE SCHEME

To

The President of India
Acting through the Administrator (USF)


In consideration of the President of India (hereinafter referred to as „the
Administrator‟) having agreed to enter into an Agreement with M/s
_____________________________________________                                      of
_____________________________________ (hereinafter called „the Universal
Service Provider‟) to ……………..(name of activity) provided under the Agreement
(hereinafter called „the SERVICE‟) as per Tender Document and Letter of
Intent/Agreement No. ____________________ dated __________ (hereinafter called
„the said Agreement‟) on the terms and conditions contained in the said Agreement
which inter-alia provides for production of a Bank Guarantee to the extent of
Rs.__________________ (in words _________________________) for the due
observance and performance of the terms and conditions of the said Agreement. We
_______________ (indicate the name and address and other particulars of the Bank)
(hereinafter referred to as „the Bank‟) at the request of the UNIVERSAL SERVICE
PROVIDER hereby irrevocably and unconditionally guarantee to the Administrator
that the Universal Service Provider shall render all necessary and efficient services
which may be required to be rendered by the UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDER in
connection with and/or for the performance of the said AGREEMENT and further
guarantees that the service which shall be provided by the Universal Service Provider
under the said Agreement, shall be actually performed in accordance with terms &
conditions of the AGREEMENT to the satisfaction of the Administrator.

2.      We, the Bank, hereby undertake to pay the Administrator an amount not
exceeding Rs._________________ (Rupees______________ only) as the
Administrator shall demand for any claim under the said AGREEMENT for
liquidated damages or breach by the said AGREEMENT of any of the terms and
conditions contained in the said Agreement including non extension of the validity of
this guarantee.

3.      We, the Bank hereby, in pursuance of the terms of the said Agreement,
absolutely, irrevocably and unconditionally guarantee as primary obligor and not
merely as surety the payment of an amount of Rs._________________________
(Rupees _____________________ only) to the Administrator to secure due and
faithful performance by the Universal Service Provider of all his/their obligations
under the said Agreement.

4.      We, the Bank hereby also undertake to pay the amounts due and payable under
this guarantee without any demur, merely on a demand from the Administrator stating
that the amount claimed is due by way of liquidated damages or by reason of breach
by the said UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDER of any of the terms or conditions


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contained in the said Agreement or by reason of the Service Provider‟s failure to
perform any of it‟s obligations under the said Agreement.

5.      We, the Bank, hereby agree that the decision of the Administrator as to
whether the UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDER has failed to or neglected to
perform or discharge his duties and obligations as aforesaid and/or whether the
service is free from deficiencies and defects and is in accordance with or not of the
terms & conditions of the said Agreement and as to the amount payable to the
Administrator by the Bank hereunder shall be final and binding on the Bank
notwithstanding any differences between the Administrator and the UNIVERSAL
SERVICE PROVIDER, or any dispute between them pending before any court,
tribunal arbitrator or otherwise or by the discharge of the UNIVERSAL SERVICE
PROVIDER for any reason whatsoever.

6.     WE, THE BANK, DO HEREBY DECLARE AND AGREE that:

(a)     the Guarantee herein contained shall remain in full force and effect for a
period of one Year from the date hereof and that it shall continue to be enforceable till
Administrator certifies that the terms and conditions of the said Agreement have been
fully and properly carried out by the said UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDER and
accordingly discharged this guarantee.

(b)     the Administrator shall have the fullest liberty without our consent and
without affecting in any manner our obligations hereunder to vary any of the terms
and conditions of the said Agreement or to extend time of performance of any
obligations by the said UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDER from time to time or to
postpone for any time or from time to time any of the powers exercisable by the
Administrator against the said UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDER and to forbear
or to enforce any of the terms and conditions relating to the said Agreement and we
shall not be relieved from our liability by reason of any variation or extension being
granted to the said UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDER or forbearance act or
omission on the part of the Administrator or any indulgence by the Administrator to
the said UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDER or to give such matter or thing
whatsoever which under the law relating to sureties would but for this provision, have
effect of so relieving us.

(c)     any claim which we have against the UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDER
shall be subject and subordinate to the prior payment and performance in full of all
the obligations of us hereunder and we will not without prior written consent of the
Administrator exercise any legal right or remedy of any kind in respect of any such
payment or performance so long as the obligations of us hereunder remains owing and
outstanding.

(d)   This Guarantee shall be irrevocable and the obligations of us herein shall not
be conditional of any prior notice by us or by the UNIVERSAL SERVICE
PROVIDER.

(e)     This Guarantee shall not be vitiated by reconstruction or merger of the
UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDER with any other company or winding up or
liquidation of the UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDER


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7.     We the BANK undertake not to revoke this Guarantee during its currency
except with the previous consent of the Administrator in writing.

      SIGNED and SEALED with the common seal of Bank on

Dated_______________ day ________________            for
_____________________
                                                   (Name of the Bank)
Witness:

1…………………………..
……………………………
……………………………
……………………………

2…………………………..
……………………………




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                                                                   ANNEXURE-12

      STATEMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE SITES COMMISSIONED
                     DURING THE MONTH


NAME OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER:

A) FOR THE MONTH ENDING:


Sl. Name    Name     Name Name             Tower Location/ Lat Long Date of
No. of the  of the   of the of the         ID    Address            Commiss
    Service District Block Village               of the             ioning
    Area                                         Tower




B) CUMULATIVE:

Sl. Name    Name        Total           Total       Number      Number    Cumulati
No. of the  of the      Number of       Number      of towers   of        ve
    Service District    Towers to       of          already     towers    Number
    Area                be              Towers      commissio   commiss   of towers
                        commissio       to be       ned         ioned     commissi
                        ned             commissi                during    oned
                        As per          oned                    the
                        Agreement       after                   month
                                        revision,
                                        if any




Signature of the Authorized Signatory



For and on behalf of (Name Of The Company)




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                                                                 ANNEXURE-13

           STATEMENT OF RURAL CONNECTIONS PROVIDED
                      DURING THE MONTH


NAME OF THE UNIVERSAL SERVICE PROVIDER:

NAME OF THE SERVICE AREA:

FOR THE MONTH ENDING:


Sl. Name    Name     Name Tower         Deployed   Number     Number     Cumulat
No. of the  of the   of the ID          BTS        of rural   of rural   ive
    Service District Block              Configur   connecti   connecti   Number
    Area                                ation,     ons        ons        of rural
                                        Type &     already    provided   connecti
                                        Technolo   provided   during     ons
                                        gy         (Equaliz   the        provided
                                                   ed)        month      (Equaliz
                                                              (Equaliz   ed)
                                                              ed)




Signature of the Authorized Signatory



For and on behalf of (Name Of The Company)




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                                                                      ANNEXURE-14


SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENT FOR MANAGING INFRASTRUCTURE
SITES BETWEEN INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER AND UNIVERSAL
SERVICE PROVIDERS

Preamble

This agreement, hereinafter called the Service Level Agreement (SLA), is made on
the ________ day of ______(year) to be effective from ___________ between the
Infrastructure Provider, having office at……………………. (Hereinafter called IP) of
the ONE PART and M/s ______________ (Universal Service Provider) having
office at _____________________ and registered office at --------------------------.
(Hereinafter called USP which expression shall unless repugnant to the context,
include its successors in business, legal representatives and administrators or
permitted assigns) of the OTHER PART.

NOW the AGREEEMENT WITNESSETH shall cover the following salient features:

1.     Contract Period

       The validity of this contract shall be for a minimum period of five years.

2.     General Conditions

       This agreement is applicable for managing the infrastructure sites created by
       IP and shared by the USPs for providing mobile services in the specified areas.

3.     Responsibilities of IP

4.     Responsibilities of USP

5.     Provision and acceptance of service

6.     Uptime

       During the period of SLA, the IP shall ensure proper functioning of the
       following components at the infrastructure sites for an uptime of ________%
       (_______ per cent) on a monthly/ quarterly basis.


       a) AC Mains Uptime
       b) Engine Alternator Uptime etc.
       c) -----
       d) -----




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7.    Periodic checks as per schedule for operation and maintenance of

         Tower – Painting, maintenance etc.
         Engine Alternator
         Electrical Installations
         Supply from State Electricity Boards
         Earthing
         Fire Extinguishers
         Alarm Systems
         Lightening Arrestors
         Civil Works
         Electrical works

8.    Measure ment of “downtime” or “fault duration”

      Causes of downtime include but are not limited to

            AC Main Power outages
            Power Backup outages
            Tower Earthing failure
            Security failure
            Human error
            Process failure

9.    Determination of Fault Duration

10.   Entry and inspection by IP/ USP

11.   Procedure of Fault booking

12.   Restoration of Faults

13.   Fixed Maintenance Charges and Recurring Ope rating Expenses

14.   Payment terms and conditions

15.   Termination of the Agreement

16.   Consequence of Termination

17.   Severability

18.   Rebates

19.   Arbitration

20.   Force Majeure

21.   Any other condition



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IN WITNESS WHEREOF THE PARTIES HERETO HAVE CAUSED THIS
AGREEMENT TO BE EXECUTED THROUGH THEIR RESPECTIVE
AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES ON THE DAY AND YEAR FIRST ABOVE
WRITTEN.

Signed and Delivered for and on behalf of IP.

By____________


Signed on behalf of M/s.___________________ (USP)

BY SHRI _______________ HOLDER OF GENERAL POWER OF ATTORNEY
DATED__________ EXECUTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RESOLUTION
NO. NIL DATED _____________ PASSED BY BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
In the presence of:

Witness:

1.     _____________________


2.     _____________________




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                                                                  ANNEXURE-15A

           GUIDELINES FOR TOWER FABRICATION, ERECTION,
                  INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING

1    STEEL STRUCTURES :

     The fabrication of tower shall be done in accordance with IS 800-1984 and as
     per the approved drawings and suitable markings for manufacturer‟s identity
     or item marking or each section for enabling in easy assembling and
     traceability at site. All dimensions shall be checked on the template floor with
     reference to drawings before manufacture and if.

2.   STRAIGHTENING

     All materials shall be straightened and or flattened by pressure unless required
     for a shape of curvilinear form before fabrication and shall be free from twists.
     Straightening shall not damage the material. The parts when assembled
     adjacent surfaces shall be in close contact. Hammering shall not be permitted
     for straightening. Sharp kinks or bends shall be rejected.

3.   CUTTING

     Cutting may be affected by shearing, flame cutting or sawing. The surface so
     cut shall be clean, smooth, square and free from any distortion.

4.   BENDING AND WELDING

     (a)     Mild steel angle sections up to 75x75mm (up to 6mm thick) may be
             bent cold up to and including bend angle of 10 degree, angles above
             75x75mm (thickness up to 6mm) and up to and including 100x100mm
             (thickness up to 8mm) may also be bent cold up to the bend angle of 5
             degree. All other angle sections not covered above shall be bent hot.

     (b)     Butt-welding, if used, in members shall be carried out either by
             submerged arc or shielded arc welding.

     (c)     Welding shall be free from cracks, discontinuity in welding, under-
             size, over-size or under cutting. It should be cleaned off slag and other
             deposit.

     (d)     Welds shall be adequately tested using radiography or other well-
             known methods of non-destructive testing.

     (e)     Where structural joints are made by welding, the details of all joints,
             the welding technique employed, the appearance and quality of welds
             made, and the methods used in correcting defective work shall
             conform to requirements of the “Specification for Design, Fabrication
             and Erection of Structural Steel for Buildings” of the American
             Institute of Steel Construction, or equivalent, and the “Code of Arc and


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            Gas Welding in Building construction” of the American Welding
            Society, JIS or equivalent.

5.   HOLES

     (a)    Holes for bolts shall be drilled using jigs provided with hardened steel
            bushes and shall not be punched or formed by flame cuttings process.
            All drill burns shall be completely removed. Drilling of holes shall be
            done before galvanizing.

     (b)    Holes on both sides of the bend line in a bent member shall be drilled
            after bending. The relative position of these holes shall be checked
            using proper templates.

     (c)    Holes shall be circular and of a diameter 1.5 mm more than the
            diameter of the bolt.

     (d)    Holes shall be drilled at right angles to the surface of the plates or
            angles, unless otherwise specified.

     (e)    The accuracy of location of hole shall be such that for any group when
            assembled they shall admit the bolt at right angles to the plane of the
            connection.

     (f)    Spacing of bolts and edge distances shall be in accordance with IS 800-
            1984.

     (g)    Butting ends of main leg members shall be cut with saw. Flame
            cutting or shearing shall not be permitted.

6.   MARKING

     Identification marks allotted to each member shall be distinctly stamped with
     marking dyes of 16mm size before galvanizing.

7.   TOLERANCES

     Fabrication tolerance shall not exceed those specified in IS 7215-1974 as
     applicable to group “B” structure.

8.   GALVANIZING

     All members and fasteners of Tower structures are to be hot dip galvanized.
     Galvanizing of members of the tower shall conform to IS 4759 and 2629.
     Bolts and other fasteners shall be galvanized in accordance with IS 1367 (part
     13). The total mass of galvanizing coating shall not be less than 610gm/sqm
     (i.e.85 micron) thickness. Zinc for galvanizing shall conform to IS 13229-
     1991.




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9.    PAINTING

      Painting of galvanized steel towers is required to give additional protection
      and to give „Day warning‟ as per additional protection and civil aviation
      specifications.

10.   COASTAL AREA

      All steel galvanized sections like L angles, flats, tubular sections, bolts and
      nuts etc. shall be given a coat of ETCH primer. Zinc Chromate primer shall be
      applied over ETCH primer. Synthetic enamel paint of two or more coat
      thickness shall be applied over the above.

11.   NON COASTAL AREA:

      In the non-coastal area Zinc Chromate may be applied instead of zinc
      phosphate painting shall be done in accordance with IS 1477 Part-I & II.
      Priming coat of zinc Chromate/phosphate shall conform to IS 104.

12.   CLEANING

      Dust, grease and rust on galvanized tower members namely angles, tees, plates
      railing, ladders, racks etc. shall be removed by wire brushing and cleaned with
      a piece of cloth.

13.   APPLICATION OF ETCH PRIMER

      After cleaning the tower members a first coat of an etch primer consisting of
      polyvinyl butyral phosphoric acid catalyst and zinc chromate base shall be
      applied to the tower structure members. They shall be mixed before use in the
      specified ratio of four parts base to one part catalyst or as specified by the
      manufacturer. The primer is to be applied uniformly on every part of the
      tower structure to get a very thin and almost invisible coat. Subsequent
      painting of the zinc chromate primer shall be commenced within two hours of
      application of the primer. The etch primer once mixed shall be used up
      immediately.

14.   APPLICATION OF PAINT

      After 48 hours of application of primer, the first coat of the paint should be
      applied carefully, well brushed into the surface, corners, crevices etc. should
      be uniform and even. The second coat of paint should be applied 48 hours
      after the application of the first coat. Care should be taken to see that the
      painting is not carried out at the hottest time of the day and air pockets should
      be avoided.

15.   SPECIAL REMARKS

      a)     The painting shall be done carefully so that all corners and crevices of
             the tower receive the paint and no base surface is left exposed


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             anywhere. Special care is to be taken in applying paint at the place
             where galvanized coating has got removed.

      b)     No driers such as Litharge or Turpentine are to be used. The practice of
             mixing kerosene oil with paint is strictly forbidden.

16.   PAINTS

      Paints shall be synthetic enamel of the best quality and anticorrosive and
      withstand exposures to outside conditions. They should be of standard quality
      equivalent to synthetic enamel paint of Shalimar or Berger paints or Asian
      paints.

17.   RECTIFICATION / REPAIRS TO DAMAGED PARTS

      a)     Damaged components of the steel work should be rectified. Minor
             damages to the galvanizing shall be made good by clea ning the
             damaged portion free of all rust and applying a zinc rich paste to the
             same thickness as the original coat of galvanizing.

      b)     Members of components, which are dented, bent or twisted in transit or
             by handling during erection shall not be used on work but shall be
             replaced.

18.   ERECTION

      a)      It shall be ensured that structural components with correct markings as
      indicated in drawings are used in correct position.

      b)      At the base connections the foundation bolts shall be located correctly
      using templates and grouted ensuring that all templates are in one horizontal
      plane. After erection of the first panel, its verticality shall be checked and
      corrected if necessary.

      c)     Further erection work shall proceed panel by panel, bolts and nuts shall
      be finally tightened up to the torque specified using torque wrenches.
      Verticality of the tower shall be checked after complete erection of each panel.

      d)       The joint shall be made by drawing the light members into position
      with barrel drifts. Drifts may be used on the heavier members only to secure
      them in correct position. No member shall be force fitted. Any error in steel
      work, which prevents the assembly and fitting up to the parts by the proper use
      of drifts, shall be investigated immediately. If any defect or deficiency in the
      member comes to notice, the same shall be rectified.

      e)     Packing plates shall be provided at the joints as shown on approved
      drawings in order to make up the change in the thickness of the parts jointed.
      No other packing plates shall be used.




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      f)      Hot dip galvanized bolts and nuts and washers of class 5.6 shall be
      provided in all connections involving leg members, main diagonals as well as
      horizontal through inter section of the main diagonals in k brace, panels and
      plain bracings.

      g)     Hot dip galvanized contact surfaces of joints providing with hot dip
      galvanized bolts nuts and washers shall be free of oil, paint and lacquer or
      other coatings and shall be scored by wire brushing or light blasting after
      galvanization and prior to assembly.

      h)      Bolts used for connections shall not be less than 12mm dia. and the
      length shall be such that not more than half of the pitch of the thread lies
      inside the grip length. The threaded portion of the bolt shall protrude by not
      less than 3mm beyond the lock nut after it has been fully tightened.

      i)      Bolts and nuts shall be tightened by using the part turn method. The
      nut shall be brought to the snug, tight position after which it will be given a
      further half to one turn depending upon the length of the bolt. In joints with
      several fasteners all the nuts bolts shall be brought to the snug tight position,
      before tightening further systematically. The nut rotation from snug tight
      condition is given in the table below:

19.   NUT ROTATION FROM SNUG TIGHT CONDITION

       Bolt length              Bolts      One face normal        Bolt faces slope
       (as measured from        faces      To bolt axis &         not more than 1:20
       underside of head to     Normal     other face sloped      from normal to
       extreme end of point)    to bolt    not more than 1:20     bolt axis (bevel
                                axis.      (bevel washer not      washers not used).
                                           used)
       Upton including 4 1/3turn           1/2 turn               2/3 turn
       dia.
       Over 4 dia. But not 1/2 turn        2/3 turn               5/6 turn
       exceeding 8 dia.
       Over 8 dia. But not 2/3 turn        5/6 turn               1 turn.
       exceeding 12 dia.

20.   Alternatively nuts may be tightened using a calibrated wrench so that the proof
      load of the bolt specified in IS 1367 is achieved. “Snug tight is defined as the
      tightness attained by a few impacts of an impact wrench or the full effort of a
      man using an ordinary spud wrench. Following this initial operation, bolts
      shall be placed in remaining holes in the connection and brought to snug tight
      position”.

21    VERTICALITY TOLERANCES

      The verticality for towers of different heights shall be within the provisions of
      Table 1 (III) (b) of IS 12843:1989 viz., + H/1500 or +/- 25mm (whichever is
      less) for towers over 30mtrs height. (H refers to the height of tower).



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                                                                   ANNEXURE-15B

          GUIDELINES FOR CREATION OF CIVIL STRUCTURES
                 AND ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

       The successful IP/ USPs shall, at his own cost, build, operate, maintain and
own the infrastructure facilities both for Part-A and Part-B of the scheme which
include the following:

1.     POWER FOR CONSTRUCTION: The successful IP/ USPs shall make his
       own arrangement for provision of power for construction, labour camps etc.
       and install and maintain at his own cost.

2.     WATER FOR CONSTRUCTION : The successful IP/ USPs shall make his
       own arrangement for provision of water for construction, labour camps etc.
       and install and maintain at his own cost.

3.     OVERTIME WAGES: If it is necessary for the successful IP/ USPs to work
       on other than working days or outside the normal working hours, in order to
       keep up to the time Schedule, the additional cost of wages and any other costs
       incurred as a result of overtime or any shift work shall be borne by the
       successful IP/ USPs.

4.     MATERIALS, WORKMANSHIP, STORAGE, INSPECTION ETC.

(a)    Materials and workmanship:           All materials and equipment to be
       incorporated in the Works shall be new. The materials, equipment, and
       workmanship shall be of the best quality of the specified type, in conformity
       with terms and conditions of the Agreements and the best Engineering and
       Construction practices, and to the complete satisfaction of the USO. The
       successful IP/ USPs shall immediately remove from the Infrastructure sites
       any materials, equipment and / or workmanship which, in the opinion of the
       USO, are defective or unsuitable or not in conformity with the Agreements
       and best Engineering and construction practices, and the contractor shall
       replace such rejected materials, equipment and / or workmanship with
       proper, specified, and required and approved materials, equipment and /or
       workmanship, all at his own cost within a period of 7 (seven) days from the
       date of issuance of such notice.

(b)    The successful IP/ USPs shall, whenever required to do so by the
       Administrator, submit satisfactory evidence and necessary test results as to the
       kind and quality of the materials and equipment.

(c)    Storage of Materials and Equipment at site: The successful IP/ USPs shall,
       at his own cost, provide adequate storage sheds and yards at infrastructure site
       locations for all materials and equipment that are to be incorporated in the
       scheme.

5.     Testing: All the tests on materials, equipment, and workmanship that shall be
       necessary in connection with the execution of the work as called for in the


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      Agreement, shall be carried out at the cost of the successful IP/ USPs at the
      place of work or manufacture or fabrication or at site or at an approved
      Fabrication laboratory or any such places. The machines, labour and materials
      as are required for the examining, measuring and Fabrication as described
      above, and all expenses connected with the tests as described above shall be
      borne by the successful IP/ USPs

6.    Roads & entry to site to other Contractors: The successful IP/ USPs, if
      feels the necessity of any additional access, shall build temporary access road
      to the actual site of construction for his own work and at his own cost. The
      bidder shall be required to permit the use of such roads, so constructed, for
      vehicles of other USPs' parties connected with the work. The bidder, if
      anticipates any inconvenience/delay on this account, shall make due allowance
      in his bid and shall in no case cause delay in execution of the work nor be the
      cause for any claims against the USO. The successful IP/ USPs shall have to
      permit other USPs to enter & work in the premise and in no way shall hinder
      the work of other USPs.

7.    Model Rules: The IPs/ USPs shall during the progress of works comply at his
      own expense all the Model Rules for labour welfare framed by Government or
      other local bodies from time to time for the protection of health and for
      making sanitary arrangements, Malaria control etc, for workers employed
      directly or indirectly on the works and in the workers hutment area.

8.    Safety Codes : The contractor shall , at own expense, arrange for all the
      safety provisions as per the CPWD Safety Code, the Electricity Act., Mines
      Act and Regulations, Rules and Order framed there under and such other act
      as applicable.

9.    Child Labour: The IPs/ USPs shall not employ any labour under 18 years of
      age on the job. If female labour is engaged, the IPs/ USPs shall make
      necessary provisions at his own expense for the safeguarding and care of small
      children and keeping them clear of the site of operations. No children shall be
      permitted on the site.

10.   Crèches: If women worker are employed on the works, the IPs/ USPs shall
      provide at his cost suitable accommodation for running a crèche for children
      under the age of six years as per latest government rules & regulations.

11.   CONTRIBUTION TOWARD EMPLOYEE'S BENEFITS, FUNDS ETC.

(a)   The IPs/ USPs shall include in his rates for all expenses necessary to meet his
      obligations for making contributions toward employee benefits funds (Such as
      provident fund, old age pension if any or any other benefits/compensation
      payable by the IPs/ USPs) etc., in compliance with all the statutory regulations
      and requirements.

(b)   SITE: The IPs/ USPs to satisfy himself about site conditions before reaching
      the site. Administrator assumes no responsibility whatsoever about the
      suitability of site.


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(c)     Before tendering for the works the IPs/ USPs shall visit the site and shall make
        his own assessment and obtain all information on the site constraints and on
        all matters that will affect the execution, continuation and progress,
        completion and subsequent maintenance of the works.

12.     INSURANCE

(a)     Insurance Policies: Before commencing the execution of works the IPs/
        USPs, without limiting his obligations and responsibilities under this
        Agreement, shall insure against his liability for any material or physical
        damage, loss or injury which may occur to any property, or to any person
        including any employee or a member of the general public, by or arising out of
        the execution of the works or in carrying out the agreement. It shall be
        obligatory for the IPs/ USPs at his cost to obtain and maintain with any of the
        subsidiary of the General Insurance Corporation of India in such a manner that
        Administrator & the IPs/ USPs are covered for all the time during period of
        contract i.e. from the commencement date in the time period allowed for
        completion of work. The insurance cover under the following policies.

(b)     Contractor‟s All Risk Insurance Policy to cove r the following:

(i)     Entire agreement value for the period of completion including defects liability
        period.

(ii)    Third party insurance to cover for any damages to third party. This shall be up
        to the end of the defects liability period and shall include for any damage to
        the properties and / or injury (including death) to the persons of the general
        public and any one else deemed to be third party.

(iii)   Civil commotion, Riots, War and other disturbances.

(iv)    Earthquake or any other natural calamities.

(v)     Policy to cover contractor‟s liability under Workmen‟s Compensation Act
        1932, Minimum Wages Act 1948, Contract Labour (Regulation and
        Abolition) Act 1970 and other relevant Acts modified from time to time. This
        shall be for the period up to final completion o f work, including the defects
        liability period.

(vi)    Insurance cover against damage, theft or any other loss of all the materials and
        equipment brought to site for which advance is claimed - Limit of liabilities
        not less than the value or such materials at any stage of the contract. The IPs/
        USPs shall insure against all such liabilities and shall continue such insurance
        during the currency of the agreement including defects, liability period.
        Premium for all insurance policies shall be paid and borne by the IPs/ USPs
        and shall NOT be reimbursable.

(c)     No Limit to Liability: In addition to the liability imposed by law upon the
        IPs/ USPs for injury (including death) to persons or damage to property by
        reason of the negligence of the contractor or his agents, which liability is not


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      impaired or otherwise affected hereby, the contractor hereby assumes
      liabilities for and agrees to save the USO harmless and indemnifies USO from
      every expense, liability or payment by reason of any injury (including death)
      to persons or damage to property suffered through any act or omission of the
      IPs/ USPs or any person directly or indirectly employed by any of them or
      from the conditions of the premises or any part of the premises which is in the
      control of the IPs/ USPs or any one directly or indirectly employed by either
      of them or arising in any way from the work called for by this agreement.

(d)   Man-Powe r and Plant and Machinery: The IPs/ USPs shall, at his cost,
      provide and install all equipment, materials, plant, cranes, hoists, ladders, and
      scaffolding, necessary for the proper execution of the works in conformity
      with the agreement. Also, all machinery, tools truck, formwork material, man-
      power and every thing else necessary for the proper and satisfactory execution
      and completion of the works in accordance with agreement shall be provided
      by the IPs/ USPs at his own cost. The IPs/ USPs shall augment his manpower
      and plant and machinery without extra cost to the USO whenever required or
      so directed by the USO in order to conform to the approved programme for the
      achievement of milestone and / or Completion.

13.   Security: The IPs/ USPs shall at his cost provide at all times adequate number
      of watchmen to guard the site works, materials and equipment, to the
      satisfaction of the USO. USO shall not be responsible for any loss due to theft,
      fire accident or any other reasons, whatsoever.

14.   Work Sheds: The IPs/ USPs shall at his cost provide, erect and maintain
      proper watertight and weatherproof sheds for the storage and protection of all
      construction materials and equipment.

15.   Temporary Lighting: The IPs/ USPs shall make his own arrangement in
      respect of the provision of adequate lighting at all places where his workmen
      are engaged for carrying out the work in a proper safe and satisfacto ry manner.

16.   Sanitary conveniences: The IPs/ USPs shall at his expense provide and erect
      all necessary sanitary conveniences including septic tank and soak pits for the
      site staff and all workmen of his own and           for   the Engineer and his
      representatives and staff etc. The IPs/ USPs shall maintain such convenience
      in a clean orderly condition and shall clean and deodorize the ground after
      their removal, and shall meet all statutory requirements.

17.   IPs/ USPs TO KEEP SITE CLEAR: During the execution of the Works the
      IPs/ USPs shall keep the Site reasonably free from all unnecessary obstruction
      and dispose off the IPs/ USP‟s surplus materials and clear away and remove
      from the Site any wreckage, rubbish or Temporary Works no longer required.




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                                                                  ANNEXURE-15C

     BROAD INDICATIVE SPECIFICATIONS OF ENGINE ALTERNATOR

A.     GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

           A generator fuel tank shall be provided with a fuel level gauge and
            lockable filling nozzle. The tank shall be connected to the generator
            using fuel line via gravity only.

           The diesel tank and the generator shall be free of oil and leaks.

           DG sets shall be housed in an outdoor steel canopy housing the
            generator, fuel tank, AMF (Automatic Mains Failure) panel etc. or
            mounted on a slab. No additional housing should be required.

           Output of the Generator should be 3-phase.

           Eye lift on top of the enclosure fixed to the skid.

           The DG set should be housed in a fully weatherproof and sound
            attenuated enclosure with proper sound foam acoustical sound
            treatment.

           The electrical compliance certificate must be signed by an accredited
            person.

           Only qualified person(s) to connect the generator cable to the DB.

B.     TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

       ENGINE

           Rated RPM 1,500, with possibility to accelerate.
           Frequency regulated +/- 2.50%
           Coolant system shall be either water or Oil – tropicalised radiator with
            engine driven blower type fan and coolant pump. Require low water
            level captor.
           Lubrication – Oil. Visual oil pressure meter.
           Controlled emissions
           Manual start panel.
           Change over panel. Adjustable delay timer incorporated.
           Emergency stop button.
           Automatic emergency shutdown – low oil temperature, high water
            temperature, under/over speed.
           Water separator fuel filter.
           Anti- vibration mountings.
           The exhaust system of the generator must not be pos itioned so as to
            make any mark on the fence, containers or tower.


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   All generators need to be able to start automatically (automatic start).
   Air filter, easily accessible for maintenance.

ALTERNATOR

   Compliance with NEMA MG21, UTE NFC51.111, VDEO530,
    BS4999, CSA standards.
   Three Phases (220/440V) Sinusoidal, Frequency 50 Hz.
   Power factor – 0.8

COMMAND BOARD

   Phase Inversion Detection
   AMF Panel
   12V Relays
   Light Protection
   Battery Charger
   Voltmeter
   Amps meter of current on each phase
   Emergency stop button
   Clock Programmer
   All generators must be able to repatriate critical and non-critical alarms
    from the generator to the switch (MSC) for maintenance purposes.

ALARMS

   Low fuel
   Main failure
   Charge alternator failure
   Low oil pressure
   High water temperature
   Low water level
   Generator start failure
   Emergency stop engaged
   High/Low voltage
   High/Low frequency
   Fail start
   Relay contacts for external alarms must be provided in the DB (i.e.
    critical and non-critical) e.g. low fuel, main failures etc.




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                                                                  ANNEXURE-16

                LIST OF INDIAN STANDARDS REFERED


 Sl.                      INDIAN STANDARD NUMBER
No.
1.     IS 2062 : 1999
       Steel for general structural purposes specification. (Fifth revision)
2.     IS 808:1989
       (Reaffirmed 1999) Dimensions for hot rolled steel beam , column, channel
       and angle sections (Third revision ) (Incorporating amendment No.1)
3.     IS 1730: 1989
       Supersedes IS: 1741 (Reaffirmed 1995) Steel plates, sheets, strips & flats
       for structural & general Engg. purposes- Dimensions (Second revision)
4.     IS 3502:1994
       (Reaffirmed 1998)Steel Chequered plates-specification (Second revision)
5.     IS 1852:1985
       (Reaffirmed 1998) Specification for rolling and cutting tolerances for hot
       rolled steel products (Fourth revision)
6.      IS 7215:1974
       (Reaffirmed 1995) Tolerances for fabrication of Steel structures.
7      IS: 13229-1991
       (Reaffirmed 1995) Zinc for Galvanizing-Specification
8.     IS 209: 1992
       (Reaffirmed 1997)Zinc Ingot-Specification (Fourth revision)
9      IS 2629-1985
       (Reaffirmed 1998)Recommended practice for hot-dip galvanizing of iron
       and steel (First revision)
10     IS: 4759:1996
       (Reaffirmed 2001) Hot-Dip Zinc coatings on structural steel & other allied
       products – Specification. (Third revision)
11     IS:6639:1972
       (Reaffirmed 1995) Specification for Hexagon Bolts for Steel structures
12     IS 1364 (Part 1) : 2002
        ISO 4014: 1999 Hexagon head bolts, screws and nuts of product grades
       A&B.Part 1: Hexagon head bolts ( size range M1.6 to M 64) (Fourth
       revision)
13.    IS: 1364 (Part 2) : 2002
       ISO 4017: 1999 Hexagon head bolts, screws and nuts of product grades
       A&B.
       Part 2 :Hexagon head screws ( size range M 1.6 to M64) (Fourth
       revision)
14     IS: 1364 (Part 3) : 2002
       ISO 4032:1999 Hexagon head bolts, screws and nuts of product grades
       A&B.
       Part 3 :Hexagon Nuts, style 1 ( size range M1.6 to M 64) (Fourth
       revision)



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15    IS: 1364 (Part 4) : 1992
      ISO 4035: 1986 (Reaffirmed 1998) Hexagon head bolts, screws and nuts
      of product grades A&B. Part 4 :Hexagon thin nuts ( chamfered) (size
      range M1.6 to M 64)(Third revision)
16    IS 1364 (Part 5) : 2002
      ISO 4036: 1999 Hexagon head bolts, screws and nuts of product grades
      A&B.
      Part 5: Hexagon thin nuts-product grade B (unchamfered) (size range M
      1.6 to M 10) (Fourth revision)
17    IS 1367 (Part 8) : 2002
      ISO 2320 : 1997 Technical supply conditions for threaded steel fasteners
      Part 8: Prevailing torque type steel hexagon nuts- mechanical &
      performance properties. (Third revision)
18    IS 1148-1982
      (Reaffirmed 2001)Specification for Hot-rolled steel rivet bars (up to 40mm
      diameter) for structural purposes.(Third Revision) (Incorporating
      Amendment Nos.1&2)
19.   IS 7145: 1973
      (Reaffirmed 1995)Technical supply conditions for torque wrenches.
20    IS 2015-1977
      (Reaffirmed 2000) Specification for T-Nuts (First revision)[ Incorporating
      Amendment no.1]
21    IS: 2016-1967
      (Reaffirmed 1996) Specification for plain washers ( First revision)
22    IS 5369-1975
      (Reaffirmed 2001) General requirements for plain washers & lock washes
      (First revision)
23    IS 6610:1972
      (Reaffirmed 1996) Specification for heavy washers for Steel structures
24    IS 3063: 1994
      (Reaffirmed 1999) Fasteners – single coil rectangular section spring lock
      washers-Specification (Second revision)
25    IS:1929-1982
      (Reaffirmed 1996) Specification for hot forged steel rivets for hot closing
      (12 to 36 mm diameter) (First revision) (Incorporating amendment 1,2 &
      3)
26    IS 800: 1984
      (Reaffirmed 1998)Code of practice for general construction in Steel
      (Second revision) (Incorporating amendment No. 1&2
27    IS:875 (Part-3) 1987
      (Reaffirmed 1997) Code of practice for design loads (other than Earth
      Quake) for buildings and structures. Part 3 -wind loads.(Second revision)
28.   IS 613: 2000
      Copper rods & bars for electrical purposes- Specification (Third revision)
29    IS 2309: 1989
      Protection of Bldgs. and allied structures against lightning – code of
      practice
       (Second revision)




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30.   IS 12843: 1989
      (Reaffirmed 1995) Tolerances for erection of steel structure
31.   IS 816:1969
      (Reaffirmed 1998) Code of Practice for use of metal arc welding for
      general constructions in Mild steel ( First revision)
32.   IS 822:1970
      (Reaffirmed 1997) Code of procedure for inspection of welds.
33.   IS 104-1979
      (Reaffirmed 1999) Specification for ready mixed paint, brushing, zinc
      chrome, priming. (Second revision)
34    IS:123-1962
      (Reaffirmed-1996) Specification for ready mixed paint, brushing,
      finishing, semi- gloss, for general purposes, to Indian standard colours.
      (Revised)
35    IS 2339:1963
      (Superseding IS: 165 & 166 -1950) (Reaffirmed 1999) Specification for
      Aluminium paint for general purposes.
36    IS 2074: 1992
      (Reaffirmed 1998) Ready mixed paint, air drying, red oxide zinc chrome,
      priming specification ( Second revision)
37.   IS 5905:1989
      (Reaffirmed 1998) Sprayed Aluminium and zinc coatings on iron and steel
      specification (First revision)
38.   IS 5666 : 1970
      (Reaffirmed 1999) Specification for Etch primer
39    IS:1477 (Part I)1971
       Code of practice for painting of ferrous metals in buildings. (Part I
      Pretreatment) ( First revision)
40    IS:1477 (Part II) 1971
      (Reaffirmed 1995) Code of practice for painting of ferrous metals in
      buildings. (Part II painting) (First revision)
41    IS 7205:1974
      (Reaffirmed 1995) Safety code for erection of structural Steel work
42    IS 802 Pt. II
      Fabrication and erection of Tower
43    IS 1893
      Seismic load design for towers




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                                                                      ANNEXURE-17

                  FORMAT FOR THE CERTIFICATION FOR
                CONTINUATION OF THE SERVICES STATUS
                 (PERIOD: DD/MM/YYYY TO DD/MM/YYYY)


This is to certify that the BTS situated at Tower: <Tower ID> at position (1/2/3) in the
village <Village Name>, Sub district <Ward/Block/Tehsil Name> and District
<District Name> ; which is owned and operated by <Service Provider Name>, has
been providing GSM/CDMA* mobile services to the subscribers during the above
stated period. The following parameters are indicative of the same.

   1.   Voice Traffic handled (in Erlangs):____________
   2.   Data Traffic handled (in Erlangs):_____________
   3.   Total Uptime: Days-     Hours-      Minutes-    Seconds-
   4.   Total Downtime: Days-      Hours- Minutes-      Seconds-

Encl.

   1. Link-Status Report: giving details of the total number of times the links
      failed along with the duration and reasons thereof.
   2. A detailed note by the Universal Service Provide r citing causes for the
      down time e.g. Non-availability of Electrical Power (Primary and
      Secondary**), Backhaul (Media Problem) etc.



* Strike out whichever is not applicable.
** Copies of the relevant communication with the IP for any IP related issue causing
   the downtime to be enclosed.




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                                                                                                                                ANNEXURE-18


                     FORMAT FOR INSTALLATION OF TOWERS IN ADDITION TO THE PROPOSED TOWERS

                 (PROPOSAL TO BE SUBMITTED ALONG WITH THE RF PLAN AND COMPARATIVE BENEFITS)

 Tower       Proposed      Name of        Population Lat   Long   Type      Distance    Purpose     Coverage      No. of Justification
 ID as per   Tower         left    out    of      the             of        from the    for         specificati   USPs
 the         Location      Villages       Villages                terrain   existing    installat   ons of the    and their
 Agreeme     of      the   planned to     Planned to                        tower       ion of      additional    consent
 nt signed   additional    be             be                                            additio     tower
             tower         covered        covered                                       nal
                           including                                                    tower
                           additional
                           villages, if
                           any




 Proper justification may be given for Addition of the towers:

1.      Proper Coverage not available for the targeted area/ villages/ population/ household
2.      Possibility of improved coverage by addition of the tower due to terrain/ clutter
3.      Required population getting served by addition of the tower
4.      Any other reason




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                                                                                                                               ANNEXURE-19


                                                   FORMAT OF FOR SHIFTING OF TOWERS

                 (PROPOSAL TO BE SUBMITTED ALONG WITH THE RF PLAN AND COMPARATIVE BENEFITS)

 Existing    Proposed    Name of        Population Lat    Long    Type      Distance   Purpose    Coverage     No. of Justification
 Tower       Tower       the            of      the               of        from the   for        specificat   USPs
 ID as per   Location    Villages       Villages                  terrain   existing   shifting   ions of      and their
 the         after       planned to     Planned to                          tower      tower      proposed     consent
 Agreeme     shifting    be             be                                                        tower
 nt signed               covered        covered
                         including
                         additional
                         villages, if
                         any




 Proper justification may be given for Shifting of the towers:

 1.     Coverage already available
        a)      Name of the Service provider
        b)      Lat-Long of the corresponding tower
2.      Possibility of improved coverage by relocation of the tower due to terrain
3.      More population getting served by relocation of the tower
4.      Difficulty in tower construction due to soil and geographical conditions
5.      Any other reason


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                                                                       ANNEXURE-20A

 PROFORMA FOR SELF CERTIFICATION BY INFRASTRUCTURE PROVIDER


1.   I ……………………………….., aged about ………….. years s/o, d/o of Shri
     …………………, resident of ………………………………………………., do
     solemnly affirm and state as under:

2.   That I am …………… …………………….of ………………………… (Name of the
     Company), Infrastructure Provider in …………………………..Service Area and I
     am duly authorized by the resolutions dated …………………………. passed by
     Board of Directors of the Company to furnish a Certificate on behalf of
     ………………………….( Name of the Company).

3.   That as per the Agreement signed with Administrator, USOF vide Agreement No.
     _________________________ dated _______________________ for setting up and
     managing infrastructure sites in the District/ Group of Districts for the Service Area
     of ______________________, the following works have been completed successfully
     as per the specifications, drawings and the terms and conditions of the Agreement and
     the Tender Document for Part-A of the Scheme:


A)   Acquisition of land:

     (i)     Size of the land (Dimensions):

     (ii)    Village/ Khasra Number/ Survey Number/ Revenue Record Number:

     (iii)   Nearest Identification/ landmark:

     (iv)    Whether on lease basis/ outright purchase:

     (v)     Copy of the lease agreement/ Sale deed:

     (vi)    If on lease, the date and period of lease:

     (vii)   Name of the owner:

B)   Ground Based Towe rs:

     (i)     Tower ID:

     (ii)    Latitude:

     (iii)   Longitude:

     (iv)    Name of the Village/ Block/ District:

     (v)     Height of the tower:

     (vi)    Designed for Wind Speed of _________ kmph

     (vii)   Details of other components provided

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     (viii)   Soil Bearing Capacity:

     (ix)     Type of foundation (Raft/Pile):

     (x)      Foundation designed for Wind Speed of ________________ kmph

     (xi)     Date of Commissioning:

C)   Electrical power connection:

     (i)      Capacity of Sanctioned load:

     (ii)     Proof of sanction from SEB:

     (iii)    Main Energy Meter Type/ Capacity/ Sl. No.:

     (iv)     Sub-Energy Meters Type/ Capacity/ Sl. No.:

     (v)      Earth Resistance (value in ohms):

     (vi)     Date of Installation:

D)   Engine Alte rnator:

     (i)      Rated Capacity of Engine alternator:

     (ii)     Make of Engine/ Alternator:

     (iii)    Serial Number of Engine/ Alternator:

     (iv)     Year of Manufacture:

     (v)      Supplied by:

     (vi)     Proof of purchase (Invoice/ Bill):

     (vii)    Details of other components provided

     (viii)   Testing and Commissioning Report:

     (ix)     Date of Commissioning:

E)   Boundary wall

     (as per specifications)

     (i)      Height

F)   Security Cabin

     (as per specifications)

     (i)      Type:

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        (ii)    Size:

        (iii)   If pre- fabricated, specify make:

        (iv)    Whether provision for charging of mobile phones made:

G)      Mandatory Approvals

         The following mandatory approvals have been obtained and copies of various
certificates are attached.

        (i)     Director General of Civil Aviation (in case the tower falls in the corridor)
        (ii)    Environment Pollution Clearance
        (iii)   Others, if any, as per the local laws.

H.      Details of the Universal Service Providers

4.      That the details of the components mentioned above are true and correct, which are
        available for further verification by the Designated Monitoring Agency by the
        Administrator as per the terms and conditions of the Agreement and the technical
        specifications specified therein. It is further certified that the components have been
        provided and are functional/ services are being rendered from the quarter in
        which they have been shown as installed/commissioned.

5.      That the components at the infrastructure site shown as installed/ commissioned in the
        said quarter have been completed on the dates as shown above.

6.      The contents of the Self Certification are true and correct, no part of it is false and
        nothing has been concealed there from.

For and on behalf of (Name of the company)




Signature of the authorized signatory of the bidder company



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A copy of the Self-Certification is to be submitted to Administrator, USOF.




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1.   I ……………………………….., aged about ………….. years s/o, d/o Shri
     …………………, resident of ………………………………………………., do
     solemnly affirm and state as under:

2.   That I am …………… …………………….of ………………………… (Name of the
     Company), Universal Service Provider in …………………………..Service Area and
     I am duly authorized by the resolutions dated …………………………. passed by
     Board of Directors of the Company to furnish a Certificate on behalf of
     ………………………….( Name of the Company).

3.   That as per the Agreement signed with Administrator, USOF vide Agreement No.
     _________________________ dated _______________________ for provisioning of
     mobile services in the Districts/ Group of Districts for the Service Area of
     ______________________, the following works have been completed successfully as
     per the specifications, drawings defined in the terms and conditions of the Agreement
     and the Tender Document for Part-B of the Scheme:


A)   BTS:

     (i)      Tower ID:

     (ii)     Name of the Village/ Block/ District:

     (iii)    Technology (GSM/ CDMA):

     (iv)     Make:

     (v)      Model:

     (vi)     Type (Indoor/ Outdoor):

     (vii)    Date of manufacturing:

     (viii)   Serial No.:

     (ix)     Proof of purchase (Invoice/ Bill):

     (x)      Capacity/ Configuration:

     (xi)     No. of TRUs/ DTRUs

     (xii)    SACFA Clearance Status (not required ,not applied, applied ,ID received,
              Cleared):

     (xiii)   Date of Commissioning:

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B.   Battery:

     (i)      Rated Capacity:

     (ii)     Make:

     (iii)    Type:

     (iv)     Date/ Year of Manufacturing:

     (v)      Proof of purchase (Invoice/ Bill):

     (vi)     Number of Sets:

     (vii)    Date of Commissioning:

C.   SMPS Power Plant:

     (i)      Rated Capacity of each module:

     (ii)     Make:

     (iii)    Type:

     (iv)     Date of Manufacturing:

     (v)      Proof of purchase (Invoice/ Bill):

     (vi)     Number of Modules:

     (vii)    Date of Commissioning:

D.   Antenna for BTS/ Microwave (To be provided separately):

     (i)      Type:

     (ii)     Gain:

     (iii)    Beam width:

     (iv)     Size:

     (v)      Weight:

     (vi)     Frequency of operation:

     (vii)    Location on the Tower:

     (viii)   Make:

     (ix)     Date of Manufacture:

     (x)      Date of Commissioning:


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E.   Backhaul:

     (i)    Type of backhaul:

     (ii)   Antenna Specification as per B) above in case of Microwave backhaul:

F.   Signal Coverage details:

     The actual coverage achieved from the infrastructure site installed as against the
     coverage details specified in the Tender Document is as given below:


      Type of Coverage              Coverage Specified          Coverage achieved
     Indoor Coverage               Signal level measured at
                                   street level shall be better
                                   than –75dbm.

      Incar Coverage               Signal level measured at
                                   street level shall be better
                                   than –85 dbm.

      Outdoor Coverage             At least 95% of the
                                   remaining coverage area.
                                   Signal level measured at
                                   street level shall be better
                                   than –95 dbm.


G.   Village Coverage details:

     The actual number of villages covered from the infrastructure site installed as against
     the number of villages to be covered as specified in the Tender Document is as given
     below:


      Names of villages to be      Names of villages actually Names of villages not
      covered from BTS of the      covered from BTS of the covered as proposed in
      Infrastructure Site as per   Infrastructure Site        the Agreement
      the Agreement




4.   That the details of the components mentioned above are true and correct, based on the
     records of the company, which are available for further verification by the appropriate
     authorities and that the components have been provided and are functional/
     services are being rendered from the quarter in which they have been shown as
     installed/commissioned.

5.   That the components at the infrastructure site shown as installed/ commissioned in the
     said quarter have been completed on the dates as shown above.




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6.      The contents of the Self Certification are true and correct, no part of it is false and
        nothing has been concealed there from.

For and on behalf of (Name of the company)




Signature of the authorized signatory of the bidder company


Note:

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                                                                                                                          1688 mm

                                                                                                                                                                                FLAT 40 x 40 x 5                2
                                                                             1200 mm




                                                                                                                                                                                FLAT 40 x 40 x 5



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                                                                                                                                                          ALL DIMENSIONS IN mm
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        WIND SPEED FOR TOWER DESIGN IN DIFFERENT DISTRICTS


Sl.                                         Design Wind Speed
              State           District
No.                                              (Km/H)

A               B                   C              D
      Andhra Pradesh
1                         Khammam                 140
2                         Kurnool                 140
3                         Mahbubnagar             140
4                         Medak                   140
5                         Nalgonda                140
6                         Nizamabad               140
7                         Rangareddi              140
8                         Warangal                140
9                         Adilabad                160
10                        Anantapur               160
11                        Cuddapah                160
12                        Guntur                  160
13                        Karimnagar              160
14                        Chittoor                180
15                        East Godavari           180
16                        Krishna                 180
17                        Nellore                 180
18                        Prakasam                180
19                        Srikakulam              180
20                        Visakhapatnam           180
21                        Vizianagaram            180
22                        West Godavari           180

      Arunachal Pradesh
23                        Changlang               180
24                        East Kameng             180
25                        Lohit                   180
26                        Tawang                  180
27                        Upper Subansiri         180
28                        West Siang              180
29                        Dibang Valley           180
30                        East Siang              180
31                        Lower Subansiri         180
32                        Tirap                   180
33                        Wast Kameng             180

      Assam
34                        Barpeta                 180


                                219
35           Bongaigaon        180
36           Cachar            180
37           Darrang           180
38           Dhemaji           180
39           Dhubri            180
40           Dibrugarh         180
41           Goalpara          180
42           Golaghat          180
43           Hailakandi        180
44           Jorhat            180
45           Kamrup            180
46           Karimganj         180
47           Kokrajhar         180
48           Lakhimpur         180
49           Marigaon          180
50           Nagaon            180
51           Nalbari           180
52           Sibsagar          180
53           Sonitpur          180
54           Tinsukia          180

     Bihar
55           Aurangabad        140
56           Gaya              140
57           Jehanabad         140
58           Nalanda           140
59           Nawada            140
60           Araria            180
61           Banka             180
62           Begusarai         180
63           Bhagalpur         180
64           Bhojpur           180
65           Buxar             180
66           Gopalganj         180
67           Jamui             180
68           Kaimur (Bhabua)   180
69           Katihar           180
70           Khagaria          180
71           Kishanganj        180
72           Lakhisarai        180
73           Madhepura         180
             Pashchim
                               180
74           Champaran
75           Patna             180
             Purba
                               180
76           Champaran
77           Purnia            180
78           Rohtas            180



                   220
79                   Saharsa            180
80                   Samastipur         180
81                   Saran              180
82                   Siwan              180
83                   Supaul             180
84                   Vaishali           180
85                   Darbhanga          200
86                   Madhubani          200
87                   Muzaffarpur        200
88                   Sitamarhi          200

      Chhattisgarh
89                   Raigarh            140
90                   Raipur             140
91                   Baster             160
92                   Dantewada          160
93                   Dhamtari           160
94                   Janjgir - Champa   160
95                   Jashpur            160
96                   Kanker             160
97                   Koriya             160
98                   Mahasamund         160
99                   Bilaspur           180
100                  Durg               180
101                  Kawardha           180
102                  Korba              180
103                  Rajnandgaon        180
104                  Surguja            180

      Goa
105                  North Goa          200
106                  South Goa          200

      Gujarat
107                  Ahmadabad          140
108                  Kheda              140
109                  Mahesana           140
110                  Rajkot             140
111                  Surendranagar      140
112                  Banas Kantha       160
113                  Bharuch            160
114                  Dohad              160
115                  Kachchh            160
116                  Narmada            160
117                  Navsari            160
118                  Panch Mahals       160
119                  Patan              160
120                  Sabar Kantha       160



                           221
121                      Surat             160
122                      The Dangs         160
123                      Vadodara          160
124                      Valsad            160
125                      Amreli            180
126                      Bhavnagar         180
127                      Jamnagar          180
128                      Junagadh          180
129                      Porbandar         180

      Haryana
130                      Bhiwani           180
131                      Gurgaon           180
132                      Kaithal           180
133                      Sirsa             180
134                      Sonipat           180
135                      Yamunanagar       180

      Himachal Pradesh
136                      Mandi             140
137                      Sirmaur           140
138                      Kangra            160

      Jammu & Kas hmir
139                      Badgam            160
140                      Baramula          160
141                      Doda              160
142                      Jammu             160
143                      Kathua            160
144                      Kupwara           160
145                      Pulwama           160
146                      Rajauri           160
147                      Udhampur          160
148                      Anantnag          180

      Jharkhand
149                      Gumla             140
150                      Lohardaga         140
                         Pachim
                                           140
151                      Sionghum
152                      Purbi Singhbhum   140
153                      Ranchi            140
154                      Chatra            160
155                      Dumka             160
156                      Garhwa            160
157                      Godda             160
158                      Pakaur            160
159                      Palamu            160


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160                    Bokaro            180
161                    Deoghar           180
162                    Dhanbad           180
163                    Giridih           180
164                    Hazaribag         180
165                    Kodarma           180
166                    Sahibganj         180

      Karnataka
167                    Bagalkot          140
168                    Bangalore Rural   140
169                    Bellary           140
170                    Bidar             140
171                    Chamrajnagar      140
172                    Chikmagalur       140
173                    Chitradurga       140
174                    Davangere         140
175                    Dharwad           140
176                    Gadag             140
177                    Gulbarga          140
178                    Hassan            140
179                    Haveri            140
180                    Kolar             140
181                    Koppal            140
182                    Mandya            140
183                    Mysore            140
184                    Raichur           140
185                    Shimoga           140
186                    Tumkur            140
187                    Belgaum           160
188                    Bijapur           160
                       Dakshina
                                         160
189                    Kannada
190                    Kodagu            160
191                    Udupi             160
192                    Uttara Kannada    160

      Madhya Pradesh
193                    Betul             140
194                    Bhopal            140
195                    Chhindwara        140
196                    Dewas             140
197                    Hoshangabad       140
198                    Raisen            140
199                    Rajgarh           140
200                    Sehore            140
201                    Seoni             140
202                    Shajapur          140



                             223
203                 Vidisha       140
204                 Balaghat      160
205                 Barwani       160
206                 Bhind         160
207                 Chhatarpur    160
208                 Damoh         160
209                 Datia         160
210                 Dhar          160
211                 Dindori       160
212                 East Nimar    160
213                 Guna          160
214                 Gwalior       160
215                 Harda         160
216                 Indore        160
217                 Jhabua        160
218                 Mandla        160
219                 Mandsaur      160
220                 Morena        160
221                 Neemuch       160
222                 Panna         160
223                 Ratlam        160
224                 Rewa          160
225                 Sagar         160
226                 Satna         160
227                 Shahdol       160
228                 Sheopur       160
229                 Shivpuri      160
230                 Sidhi         160
231                 Tikamgarh     160
232                 Ujjain        160
233                 West Nimar    160
234                 Jabalpur      180
235                 Katni         180
236                 Narsimhapur   180
237                 Umaria        180

      Maharashtra
238                 Akola         140
239                 Amravati      140
240                 Aurangabad    140
241                 Bhandara      140
242                 Bid           140
243                 Buldana       140
244                 Dhule         140
245                 Gondiya       140
246                 Hingoli       140
247                 Jalna         140
248                 Latur         140



                         224
249               Nashik             140
250               Parbhani           140
251               Pune               140
252               Satara             140
253               Solapur            140
254               Yavatmal           140
255               Ahmadnagar         160
256               Chandrapur         160
257               Gadchiroli         160
258               Jalgaon            160
259               Nagpur             160
260               Nanded             160
261               Nandurbar          160
262               Osmanabad          160
263               Sangli             160
264               Wardha             160
265               Kolhapur           180
266               Raigarh            180
267               Ratnagiri          180
268               Sindhudurg         180
269               Thane              180
270               Washim             180

      Manipur
271               Churachandpur      180
272               Imphal west        180
273               Imphal east        180
274               Tamenglong         180
275               Senapati           180
276               Ukhrul             180
277               Chandel            180
278               Bishnupur          180
279               Thoubal            180

      Meghalaya
280               East Garo Hills    180
281               East Khasi Hills   180
282               Jaintia Hills      180
283               Ri Bhoi            180
284               South Garo Hills   180
285               West Garo Hills    180
286               West Khasi Hills   180

      Mizoram
287               Aizawl             180
288               Champhai           180
289               Kolasib            180
290               Lawngtlai          180


                        225
291              Lunglei          180
292              Mamit            180
293              Saiha            180
294              Serchhip         180

      Nagaland
295              Kohima           180
296              Dimapur          180
297              Wokha            180
298              Mokokchung       180
299              Zunhenboto       180
300              Phek             180
301              Tuensang         180
302              Mon              180

      Orissa
295              Anugul           160
296              Balangir         160
297              Bargarh          160
298              Baudh            160
299              Debagarh         160
300              Jharsuguda       160
301              Kalahandi        160
302              Kandhamal        160
303              Kendujhar        160
304              Koraput          160
305              Malkangiri       160
306              Mayurbhanj       160
307              Nabarangapur     160
308              Nuapada          160
309              Rayagada         160
310              Sambalpur        160
311              Sonapur          160
312              Sundargarh       160
313              Baleshwar        180
314              Bhadrak          180
315              Cuttack          180
316              Dhenkanal        180
317              Gajapati         180
318              Ganjam           180
319              Jagatsinghapur   180
320              Jajapur          180
321              Kendrapara       180
322              Khordha          180
323              Nayagarh         180
324              Puri             180




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      Punjab
325                Amritsar         180
326                Bathinda         180
327                Firozpur         180
328                Gurdaspur        180
329                Mansa            180

      Rajasthan
330                Ajmer            180
331                Alwar            180
332                Banswara         180
333                Baran            180
334                Barmer           180
335                Bharatpur        180
336                Bhilwara         180
337                Bikaner          180
338                Bundi            180
339                Chittaurgarh     180
340                Churu            180
341                Dausa            180
342                Dhaulpur         180
343                Dungarpur        180
344                Ganganagar       180
345                Hanumangarh      180
346                Jaipur           180
347                Jaisalmer        180
348                Jalor            180
349                Jhalawar         180
350                Jhunjhunun       180
351                Jodhpur          180
352                Karauli          180
353                Kota             180
354                Nagaur           180
355                Pali             180
356                Rajsamand        180
357                Sawai Madhopur   180
358                Sikar            180
359                Sirohi           180
360                Tonk             180
361                Udaipur          180

      Sikkim
362                North            180
363                West             180

      Tamil Nadu
364                Madurai          140
365                Salem            140



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366                   Dharmapuri        160
367                   Dindigul          160
368                   Erode             160
369                   Karur             160
370                   Nagapattinam      160
371                   Namakkal          160
372                   Perambalur        160
373                   Virudhunagar      160
374                   Cuddalore         180
375                   Pudukkottai       180
376                   Ramanathapuram    180
377                   Sivaganga         180
378                   Thiruvarur        180
379                   Thoothukkudi      180
380                   Tiruchirappalli   180
381                   Tiruvannamalai    180
382                   Vellore           180
383                   Viluppuram        180

      Tripura
384                   Dhalai            180
385                   North Tripura     180
386                   South Tripura     180
387                   West Tripura      180

      Uttaranchal
388                   Almora            180
389                   Bageshwar         180
390                   Chamoli           180
391                   Champawat         180
392                   Dehradun          180
393                   Garhwal           180
394                   Hardwar           180
395                   Nainital          180
396                   Pithoragarh       180
397                   Rudraprayag       180
398                   Tehri Garhwal     180
399                   Uttarkashi        180

      Uttar Pradesh
400                   Agra              180
401                   Aligarh           180
402                   Allahabad         180
403                   Ambedkar Nagar    180
404                   Auraiya           180
405                   Azamgarh          180
406                   Bahraich          180
407                   Ballia            180



                            228
408   Balrampur          180
409   Banda              180
410   Barabanki          180
411   Bareilly           180
412   Basti              180
413   Bijnor             180
414   Budaun             180
415   Chandauli          180
416   Chitrakoot         180
417   Etah               180
418   Etawah             180
419   Faizabad           180
420   Farrukhabad        180
421   Fatehpur           180
422   Firozabad          180
423   Ghazipur           180
424   Gonda              180
425   Gorakhpur          180
426   Hamirpur           180
427   Hardoi             180
428   Jalaun             180
429   Jaunpur            180
430   Jhansi             180
      Jyotiba Phule
                         180
431   Nagar
432   Kannauj            180
433   Kanpur Dehat       180
434   Kanpur Nagar       180
435   Kaushambi          180
436   Kheri              180
437   Kushinagar         180
438   Lalitpur           180
439   Lucknow            180
440   Maharajganj        180
441   Mahoba             180
442   Mainpuri           180
443   Mirzapur           180
444   Moradabad          180
445   Muzaffarnagar      180
446   Pilibhit           180
447   Pratapgarh         180
448   Rae Bareli         180
449   Saharanpur         180
450   Sant Kabir Nagar   180
451   Shahjahanpur       180
452   Shrawasti          180
453   Siddharthnagar     180
454   Sitapur            180



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455                 Sonbhadra        180
456                 Sultanpur        180
457                 Unnao            180

      West Bengal
458                 Bankura          160
459                 Barddhaman       160
460                 Birbhum          160
461                 Puruliya         160
                    Dakshin
                                     180
462                 Dinajpur
463                 Jalpaiguri       180
464                 Koch Bihar       180
465                 Maldah           180
466                 Murshidabad      180
467                 Nadia            180
                    North Twenty
                                     180
468                 Four Pargana
                    Paschim
                                     180
469                 Medinapur
                    South Twenty
                                     180
470                 Four Pargan
471                 Uttar Dinajpur   180




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