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									                    Inviting Proposal for

       Design, Build, Own, Operate, Maintain & Transfer

High-end Public Toilets in MCD Markets & Commercial Areas
                       in All Zones Of

                Municipal Corporation of Delhi

                              on

                       DBOOMT Basis




                    Request for Proposal




                 MUNICIPAL CORPORATION

                            DELHI




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Contents of RFP Document Package

The RFP document package comprises the following documents as listed below, and would additionally
include any Addendum issued before the due date of submission of the RFP or points clarified/answered
by way of replies to the queries raised by prospective bidders. Any reference to the RFP Document
package includes all the contents unless specifically mentioned otherwise.

Contents

Part A - Notice Inviting Tender

Part B - Instructions to Bidders

Part C - RFQ Document

Part D - RFP Document

Part E - Concession Agreement and Schedules

Definitions and Interpretation: Unless specified otherwise, various used words and expressions shall,
unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof, have the meanings hereinafter respectively assigned
to them in Article-1 under CONCESSION AGREEMENT on pages _______ to _______ of this document.




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                        PART - A

              NOTICE INVITING TENDER (NIT)




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                             MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF DELHI

Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) invites Private Sector Participation on Design, Build, Own, Operate,
Maintain and Transfer Basis (DBOOMT) for the DESIGN, BUILD, OWN, OPERATION, MAINTENANCE &
TRANSFER of High End Public toilets at the identified 216 locations in MCD Markets & notified
Commercial area in MCD jurisdiction and Transfer them at the end of concession period.

The general scope of work includes the Concessionaire to conceptualize and propose the ideal design,
facilities, fixtures and equipments of international standards to be provided in the Public Toilets. The work
shall include designing the facilities based on the requirements given in the tender documents, design of
advertisement panels along with space for Public notice display of City information, religious, social and
political messages etc. to be approved and directed by MCD, construction of the toilet and related
infrastructure, provide advertisement panels, Operate & maintain the entire facility premises on day to day
basis for the duration of concession period and at the ned of concession period transfer them to the MCD.

Municipal Corporation of Delhi invites National, Inter-National, Independent firms, Consortiums, Joint
ventures, corporate houses interested in the project to submit their bids.

BACKGROUND

The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) is one of the largest municipal bodies in the world providing
civic services to an estimated population of more than16.56 million citizens in Delhi.

MCD came into existence o the 7th of April, 1958 under an Act of Parliament. Since then, the Municipal
Body has always been alive in its constitution and functioning to the growing needs of its citizens. The
Amendment of 1993 Act brought about fundamental changes in composition, functions, governance and
administration of the corporation. MCD is divided in to 12 zones in the Delhi area for better administration.

MCD is committed to provide civic services to 95% of Delhi, the amenities provided by MCD includes
MCD Schools (1818 numbers), Parks (14190 numbers), and Toilets (4000 numbers approx), Parking
(250), Roads and streets for area under MCD, Orphanages, Drains etc. MCD utilizes the revenue
generated and collected through House Tax, toll tax Advertising etc to provide and maintain these
facilities.

Delhi is being developed as World class city whereby it becomes the duty of MCD to provide public
facilities of international standards, more so Delhi is hosting Common Wealth Games in the year 2010. It
is the mandatory function of the MCD to provide public toilets to achieve highest standard of hygienic
conditions. There is a huge gap in the provision of public toilets in and around MCD markets as well as
other commercial areas. There are very limited facilities provided in these markets and it’s been widely
witnessed that the shop keepers & the visitors to these markets are relieving themselves on Roads, Parks
and other public areas. The situation for the ladies, kids and the physically challenged is far more difficult
with either the complete absence of these facilities or lack of them. This project therefore has been
conceived purely to provide facilities of international standards by way of providing aesthetically pleasing,


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hygienic ultra modern public toilets, and to achieve standard of maintenance/cleanliness as outlined in
Schedule_H_of this document.

As such the project is not being conceived as a commercial project or to increase revenue for MCD, but
to make it sustainable and doable by private participation by providing area for commercial activities or
through advertisement panels put on the facility to earn revenue.

MCD has previously constructed public utilities on BOT basis, by providing the advertising rights on these
utilities to the concessionaire which has met with limited success. However it’s been noticed that due to
heavy investment required in construction, introducing new technologies and keeping a regular
maintenance & operational level has been a major challenge to these concessionaires. Its also been
observed that due to dependence on revenues for maintenance from advertisement the concessionaire
are willing to take only those utilities which are on major traffic junctions. Also there is much to be desired
from their service level towards regular upkeep, maintenance and operations along with lack of facilities
for Ladies, Physically challenged & old people. There is lack of security especially in evening when
women are scared to use the facility as the entrance to these utilities is from rear side, not visible to
public. There is no disincentive for these advertisers for not keeping the public utilities clean.

MCD came up with unique concept where in its proposed to construct Public toilets in MCD markets &
commercial areas by inviting concessionaires to construct, operate & maintain these toilets in lieu of MCD
granting them rights to use a certain portion on the First floor(100%) of public toilets & the ground floor
(30% of Ground floor area), for commercial utilization. The central idea behind the concept is that ill
equipped, or ill maintained toilets would be adversely detrimental to the business of well established
Anchor Brands as defined later in document, hence it would be in the interest of this sector to provide and
maintain the toilets. Along with same the concessionaire would have to provide Green Technologies and
equipments to ensure water conservation, effective treatment of waste, hygiene standards, Odor control
etc.

The concessionaire would have to involve a Reputable Housekeeping agency to ensure proper
maintenance & cleanliness of these toilets. The housekeeping agency must have all ultra modern
facilities, equipments, technology, training to their personnel etc along with systems for daily monitoring,
addressing to complaints etc. The concessionaire is also to provide additional facilities for Physically
challenged, Old citizens, Pregnant ladies, Babies & Children.

Project Profile:

MCD shall allot/handover identified sites to the successful bidder for construction, maintenance and
operation for 30 years. The MCD commissioner at his discretion may extend the period after the
completion of concession period of 30 years, his decision is final in this regard and would be binding on
the concessionaire. The Bidder is expected to submit designs based on the parameters given in this
document, construct and maintain to the international standards (minimum standards specified in the bid
document).

The approximate estimated budget for the project shall be around Rs100 Crores towards construction
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and providing facilities.

This project will be awarded to a concessionaire on a Design, Build, Own, Operate, Maintain & Transfer
(DBOOMT) scheme which will be investing in capital expenditure for Designing, Construction, operating
and maintaining the premise. The awarded Concessionaire will be allowed to commercially utilize 30% of
the Ground floor and 100% First Floor of the constructed Public Toilets for providing services & products
offered by Anchor brands in permitted sectors along with the advertisement space for panels on the
facility. The concessionaire would be responsible for complete upkeep, upgrading, landscaping, etc of the
entire site handed over to them.

Concessionaire shall prepare & submit drawings of the proposed location along with details of distance,
size and type of advertisement space proposed. The successful bidder shall provide advertisement
panels. The commercial advertisement space shall be 80% percent area and 20% on social messages.
The cumulative commercial advertisement area shall not exceed more than 30sqm per Public toilet site.

The Concessionaire shall pay to MCD a one time Concession Project Fee for the project and shall pay
monthly concession fee, subject to minimum concession fee as defined herein.

The minimum one time concession project fee shall be of Rupees 10 Crores & the minimum guaranteed
monthly fee payable will be Rs. 20 Lakhs for the entire lot of 216 locations. Along with the concessionaire
would have to deposit a security amount to be calculated @5% of contract value towards Hygienic
Operations & Maintenance of these public toilets, once the project is awarded.

There is possibility of MCD handing over less or more number of locations to be constructed, then the
minimum guaranteed license fee payable shall be increased or decreased proportionately per month per
location. The monthly license fee shall be increased by 10% every 3years of the concession period. The
concessionaire would have to pay MCD the minimum guaranteed monthly licensee fee even if he is not
able to commercially utilize the premises or install advertisement media at all locations for his own
reasons, or not able ensure full occupancy of the advertisement space.

The total minimum revenue for MCD inclusive of one time project fee, monthly concession fee with
minimum escalation of 10% every three year, for the concession period of 30 years shall be 125 Crores

The Monthly Concession Fee shall be paid in advance monthly from the Commercial Operations Date till
the end of the Concession Period/Transfer Date or the period extended thereof.

Transaction Fee:

Concessionaire can charge a service fee of RS 1 for Urinal Usage & Rs 2 for WC usage.

The concessionaire can charge Rs 25 as service charges for the use of bathrooms for bathing, a facility
which is to be provided in addition to all other facilities as mentioned in the document, at the toilet block to
be constructed in the New Delhi Railway Staion premises

The concessionaire shall not increase the above charges and shall not charge any Fee for use of any

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other facilities provided in the toilet area from the users of the Public toilet unless approved by the MCD
Commissioner in writing.

Scope of Work:

MCD has identified the location for 216 Public toilets in MCD markets and notified commercial areas
within its jurisdiction. MCD basis its survey has categorized these sites for standardized model of design,

    •   Primarily Small, having ground coverage of approximately 450-750 sqft

    •   Medium with ground coverage of 900-1200 sqft

    •   Large with ground coverage above1200 sqft.

MCD has worked out basic concepts and requirements for the three categories and intends the Private
participants to take up Detail Designing, Construction of 216 such Toilets for the upcoming
Commonwealth Games. The prospective bidder is expected to provide the same facility/provisions to
construct it to the international standards by suggesting a prefab or modular structure system such that
the project can be completed before the Commonwealth Games.

Currently there is lack of Public amenities for Physically challenged, Old citizens, Pregnant ladies whose
requirements are much different than healthy male and female facilities. The concept visioned by MCD
has taken the same in account and have proposed separate toilets for them as per International &
National standards.

    •   Construction of Public Toilets and other infrastructure as per approved design.

    •   Operation and Maintenance of Public Toilets during Concession period through a Reputated
        Housekeeping Agency.

    •   The essential services for users to be provided by the concessionaire.

    •   Collect revenue during concession period from Advertising & commercial utilization of Permitted
        space/ area on Ground & First floor

    •   Transfer Public Toilets to MCD at the end of Concession period.

    •   The entire project shall be constructed as per the approved design and the scope of work shall
        include all civil, mechanical, sanitary, finishing,   & electrical work. (Incase any of the connection
        (water, electricity, sewer, etc) is not existing, the same shall be provided by the concessionaire at
        their costs, MCD would play a constructive role and support the concessionaire in getting fast
        approvals for connections).

    •   The bidders would have the choice of creating full scale live fully functional model at the site
        allotted to them by the MCD commissioner solely at his own descrition, at the bidder own cost.
        This shall help the MCD understand and technically evaluate the complete product (entire facility
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        with design, technologies, type of fixtures, specifications etc) offered by the bidder. Incase the
        bidder clears the minimum evaluation criteria, but however is not able to clear the financial bid,
        the bidder would be allowed by MCD to Operate, Maintain for a period of 30 years and then
        transfer at the end of concession period.

    •   in addition to sites identified in the list, the concessionaire is to construct one such Toilet Block at
        New Delhi Railway Station, with additional facilities for Bathrooms, provide and Demarcate space
        for G2C Kiosk (the G2C Kiosk would be provided & installed by some other agency) at the
        Ground floor in prominent location, along with all other facilities being provided in the project. The
        concessionaire to also provide a large welcome sign on top (minimum height 4ft), along the
        boundary of the toilet block all around, with translation of message in four languages, Hindi,
        English, Punjabi & Urdu. The content of the message would be provided by the MCD. The
        signage to be suitable illuminated.

MANDATORY PRE-QUALIFICATION REQUISITES

The pre- qualification criteria for the bidding firms/ consortium shall be;

    •   Average annual turnover of Rs 250 Crores or equivalent as of 31st March 2010 and for the
        preceding 2 years as per the three latest audited account for the bidding firm/ one of the partners
        of the consortium

    •   Total minimum liquid assets of Rs.50 Crores as of March 2010 for the bidding firm/ lead partner of
        the consortium.

    •   Total minimum Net Worth of Rs.75 Crores as of 31st March, 2010 for the bidding firm/ lead
        partner of the consortium

    •   The bidding firm/ lead partner of the consortium shall be Profit making for the last 3 years.

             o   Liquid Assets can be computed by deducting Current Liabilities from Current Assets.
                 Current Assets include cash and bank balances, sundry debtors, inventories, Loans,
                 Advances and Investments.

    •   The Lead Partner of the consortium shall have minimum of 26% share in the project, any
        consortium with lead partner having less than 26% share would be disqualified from participation
    •   The Bidder or in case of consortium at least one of the consortium members must have the
        experience of executing or have executed large projects in India or out side India; Bidder should
        also have experience in designing constructing and maintaining buildings along with all its
        associated services and infrastructure. Bidder need to submit the proof, of the projects executed
        with the customer / clients details
    •   The bidders/consortium shall have the endorsement letters from the “Anchor Brand/s” for their
        keenness in taking the commercial space. These Anchor Brands should be well Established
        International or National Brands operating in Permitted Sectors. These Anchor Brands must have

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         at least Five fully operational establishments in the NCR region. The concessionaire may take
         such endorsement letters from more than one Anchor Brand.
     •   The responsibility to complete the project, its smooth operations & maintenance rests only with
         bidder/ Consortium.
     •   Concessionaire / or in case of Consortium should demonstrate sufficient technical skilled
         manpower that has experience in handling the entire project in all. Concessionaire should submit
         the strength of their company in this regard.

BID PROCESS

Evaluation of submitted bids for the project shall be performed by following a three-tier system.

1.       First tier shall involve pre-qualification of eligible bidders based on the specified evaluation and
         eligibility criteria.

2.       Second tier shall comprise evaluation of technical and commercial conditions of the pre-qualified
         bidders assessed on their bids containing details on Designing, Building, operation and
         maintenance for the project and also maintenance of the similar projects.The bidders would have
         the choice of creating full scale live models at the site allotted to them by the MCD commissioner
         solely at his own descrition, at the bidder own cost. This shall help the MCD understand and
         technically evaluate the complete product (entire facility with design, technologies, type of
         fixtures, specifications etc) offered by the bidder. Incase the bidder clears the minimum evaluation
         criteria, but however is not able to clear the financial bid, the bidder would be allowed by MCD to
         Operate, Maintain for a period of 30 years and then transfer at the end of concession period.

3.       Third tier would be the evaluation of financial bids for bidders who are qualified in Technical bids.

Interested bidders can procure the Request for Proposal (RFP) document by payment of a non-
refundable fee of Rs Fifty Thousand only/- (Rupees 50000/-only) via Demand Draft drawn of any
Nationalized/Scheduled Bank drawn in favor of "Commissioner, Municipal Corporation of Delhi" payable
at Delhi, from _____.     .2010 To _____.         .2010 at the specified address on all working days
between 1100 to 1500 hours (IST).

Bid documents can be obtained in person from the office of “Commercial Officer (R.P.Cell), Nigam
Bhawan, Old Hindu College Building, Kashmere Gate, Delhi, along with a requisition letter and a demand
draft of any Nationalized/ Scheduled Bank for the value of bid documents (Rs ……………/-) at the risk
and responsibility of the prospective bidder.

Bid Documents can also be seen on the internet at the following web pages at
http://www.mcdonline.gov.in . The same can be downloaded, printed and submitted to MCD by payment
of a non-refundable fee of Rs Fifty Thousand only/- (Rupees 50000/-only) via Demand Draft drawn of any
Nationalized/Scheduled Bank drawn in favor of "Commissioner, Municipal Corporation of Delhi" payable
at Delhi at the time of submitting the tender.

MCD Commissioner reserves the right to reject any or all applications and his decision in this regard shall
be final.




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SUBMISSIONS OF BIDS

Interested bidders are requested to submit their bids, in a sealed envelope super-scribed as “Design,
Construction, Operations, Maintenance & Transfer of HIGH END Public Toilets in MCD Markets &
Commercial area , for MCD on DBOOMT Basis”. The “Request for Proposal” along with the requisite
documents and the specified Earnest money should reach the “Commercial Officer (R.P.Cell), Nigam
Bhawan, Old Hindu College Building, Kashmere Gate, Delhi, on or before _____._____.2010 by 1500
Hours IST.

A pre-bid meeting meeting shall be held on ________________ at 15:00 hours at the Office of the
“O.S.D. (R.P.Cell)” 206-7, Nigam Bhawan, Old Hindu College Building, Kashmere Gate, Delhi.

All prospective applicants are invited to attend the pre-bid meeting in order to be briefed on the project
and the prequalification process. Bidders are requested to note the eligibility criteria and evaluation
criteria from the Bid Document. All other details can be had from the Bid Documents.

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                      Part – B



              INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS




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                                                Disclaimer

The information contained in this Request for Proposal (RFP) document provided to interested Bidders on
behalf of Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD), is being provided to all Bidders on the terms and
conditions set out in this RFP document. This RFP document is not an agreement and is not an offer or
invitation to any other party. The purpose of this RFP document is to provide bidders with information to
assist in the formulation of their proposal submission. This RFP document does not purport to contain all
the information each Bidder may require. This RFP document may not be appropriate for all persons, and
it is not possible for MCD to consider the investment objectives, financial situation and particular needs of
each bidder. Each bidder should conduct its own investigation and analysis, and should check the
accuracy, reliability and completeness of the information in this RFP document and obtain independent
advice from appropriate sources. MCD and their advisors make no representation or warranty and shall
incur no liability financial or otherwise under any law, statute, rules or regulations as to the accuracy,
reliability or completeness of the RFP document. MCD may in their absolute discretion, but without being
under any obligation to do so, update, amend or supplement the information in this RFP document.




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A-1   LETTER OF INVITATION

1.1   Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) plans to provide world class Public Toilets in MCD Markets &
      commercial areas in MCD jurisdiction area on DBOOMT basis with private sector participation,
      proposed sites for 216 Toilets have been identified and are attached in “Annexure-List of Sites
      identified for Public Toilets”. The proposal seeks the private sector participation as Design, Build,
      Own, Operate, Maintain and Transfer (DBOOMT) basis.

1.2   Request for Qualification (RFQ) is sought from registered firms (which include companies, National,
      Inter-National Independent firms, Lead parties of Joint Ventures, Consortium, corporate houses,
      partnership firms, proprietary concerns, etc. who are interested in bidding for the Project.

1.3   A three-stage bidding process is being adopted for the project:

a.    Stage - I involves qualification, which includes submission of a Request for Qualification (RFQ) by
      the bidding firm and evaluation of the same.

b.    Stage - II will consist of evaluation of Technical Proposal of only those parties qualified in Stage-1
      as per the evaluation criteria laid down in the RFP Document Package weighted percentage shall
      be carried out to financial offer as per predetermined criteria. The bidders would have the choice of
      creating full scale live fully functional model at the site allotted to them by the MCD commissioner
      solely at his own descrition, at the bidder own cost. This shall help the MCD understand and
      technically evaluate the complete product (entire facility with design, technologies, type of fixtures,
      specifications etc) offered by the bidder. Incase the bidder clears the minimum evaluation criteria,
      but however is not able to clear the financial bid (Stage-III), the bidder would be allowed by MCD to
      Operate, Maintain for a period of 30 years and then transfer at the end of concession period.

c.    Stage - III will consist of evaluation of Financial Proposal of only those bidding firms who gets
      minimum 60% points as per predetermined criteria for technical bid evaluation and are found to be
      responsive to the requirements of the RFP Document Package.

d.    The RFP Document Package comprises of:

      ■      Part A: Notice Inviting Tender

      ■      Part B: Instructions to Bidders

      ■      Part C: RFQ Document

      ■      Part D: RFP Document

      ■      Part E: Draft Concession Agreement

1.5   All data provided as a part of the RFP Document Package is for guidance and general information
          purposes. The same should be verified by the bidder for use as a part of preparing their
      proposals for the project.
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1.6   The Lead Partner shall have minimum of 26% share in the project, any consortium with lead partner
      having less than 26% share would be disqualified from participation

1.7   The bidders/ consortium shall have the endorsement letters from the “ Anchor Brand/s” for their
      keenness in taking the commercial space. These Anchor Brands should be well Established
      International or National Brands operating in Permitted Sectors. These Anchor Brands must have at
      least Five fully operational establishments in the NCR region. The concessionaire may take such
      endorsement letters from more than one Anchor Brand.

1.8   Concessionaire companies shall have capability to handle whole project in all means. The
      Concessionaire shall submit their capability in handling the project with their prior experience or
      proposed hiring of experienced agencies in the field.

1.9   The technical bid shall be opened only of those participants that have met the mandatory pre-
      qualification requisite.   The financial bid shall be opened of those bidders who have secured
      minimum 60% of the maximum 70marks for Technical qualification, based on the parameters for
      evaluation of technical bids as predetermined. The weightage based on technical bid shall be
      carried over to the financial bid as per predetermined parameters. Since this project has been
      conceived as a social and utility project the weightage to the financial bid has been restricted to
      30Marks as has been indicated in the bid document.

1.10 The Stage I, II, III, proposal documents duly completed and sealed in respective envelopes and as
      per the procedure explained herein must be delivered to __________________, Municipal
      Corporation of Delhi at the address mentioned in the RFP Document Package on or              before
      _________ by 15:00 Hours 1ST.

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                                                                            Municipal Corporation of Delhi

                                                                                       _______________

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A-2    PROJECT FRAMEWORK

2.1    Implementation Strategy

MCD shall allot identified land/ site and license to the selected bidder for construction of 216 High-end
Public toilets of international standard for 30 years. The selected bidder is expected to conceptualize
design, construct, operate and maintain the site/premises. The project will be awarded to the successful
bidder based on cumulative points earned arising out of technical bid and financial bid and not based on
merely the highest financial bid opened or based on technical qualification. The bidder who gets highest
point cumulative of technical bids and financial bid shall be considered as successful bidder. For example
the illustration has been shown in the appendix__22.1__. This is being followed as this project has been
conceived primarily for providing international standards utility services to the citizens. The successful
bidder will be investing in capital expenditure for designing, engineering, construction, operating and
maintenance of the Toilets. The awarded Concessionaire will be allowed to commercially utilize by letting
out 30% of the Ground floor(without any restriction of the “Anchor Brand”), and 100% First floor of the
constructed Public Toilets to the “Anchor Brands” in permitted sectors along with the advertisement space
for panels on the facility. The concessionaire would be responsible for complete upkeep, up-grading,
landscaping, etc of the entire site handed over to them. The Anchor Brand shall be a well established
Nationally & Internationally recognized brand/ Company in Hospitality, Food & Beverages, Education ,
Beauty-Health-Fitness, Banking & Financial Services ATM, Offices, High end Retailing, 24 Hrs
Convienence Services, Pharmacy          and Entertainment sector, with minimum five fully operational
establishments in the NCR region. There would be a Tripartite agreement signed between the Anchor
Brand, The MCD & Concessionaire, before the Anchor Brand occupies the Commercial Space ensuring
that nothing contrary to the spirit of the project & agreement is consitituted, and that all the rights of the
MCD are well protected. The concessionaire must have an in-house or as consortium partner a reputable
and experienced Housekeeping firm, completely equipped with latest equipments, tools, systems &
processes in maintain good standards of cleanliness & Hygiene.

Concessionaire shall prepare & submit drawings of the proposed location along with details of distance,
size and type of advertisement space proposed. The successful bidder shall provide advertisement
panels. The commercial advertisement space shall be 80% percent area of the area and 20% on social
messages.

The cumulative commercial advertisement area shall not exceed more than 30sqm per Public toilet site.

MCD will enter into a Concession Agreement with the Concessionaire for Thirty years (30yrs), which may
be extended further at the sole discretion of the MCD Commissioner and his decision in this regard would
be final & binding. During this period, the Concessionaire shall carry out the services as per the technical
specifications, performance standards and guidelines given as part of the Concession Agreement. MCD
shall have the option of handing over the sites in part/groups however the group will consist of minimum
50 Toilets from the list attached. The gap between the allotment of second set of 50 Toilet sites & then
after set of balance sites shall not be more than 15 days, meaning that all the sites shall be handed over
to concessionaire free of all encumbrances, encroachments etc by the MCD within 45 days of signing of

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the contract.

The concessionaire must confirm to MCD in writing on all the sites that are clear of any encumbrances
and have been peacefully handed over to him within 15 days of each set of Toilet sites provided to him by
MCD. The concessionaire shall be able to complete all work between 9 months from the handing over of
sites, the concessionaire shall be able to complete minimum 100 sites in all respect by 30th September
2010.

The concession period for each individual site would start only when the Identified Sites have been
completely handed over to Concessionaire and have been commissioned, which shall be recorded &
signed by both MCD & the Concessionaire. The Engineering & Sanitation department of MCD shall assist
the concessionaire on checking of site and its peaceful handover to the concessionaire. The Annual
concession fee and One time fee quoted by the concessionaire shall be divided by 216 to calculate the
applicable fee for each site on annual basis.

The Concessionaire shall pay in advance monthly license fee. Such payments shall be made before 10th
of each month. Any delay in payment shall attract 15% per annum interest calculated on per day basis
for maximum period of Two month post which the contract would be canceled and awarded to some other
party. Any loss to the concessionaire on this account is entirely his and the MCD is not responsible for the
same to concessionaire. Any loss incurred by MCD on this account would be recoverable from
concessionaire.

The bidder shall abide by all the prevailing rules and laws of the land, provision of the national building
code and local bye laws and provision of the MCD Advertisement Policy. The bidder shall also be liable
to pay prevailing taxes as may be applicable.

2.2      Transaction Fee:

Concessionaire can charge a service fee of RS 1 for Urinal Usage & Rs 2 for WC usage. The
concessionaire can charge Rs25 as service charges for the use of bathrooms for bathing, a facility which
is to be provided in addition to all other facilities as mentioned in the document, at the toilet block to be
constructed in the New Delhi Railway Staion premises

The concessionaire shall not increase the above charges and shall not charge any Fee for use of any
other facilities provided in the toilet area from the users of the Public toilet unless approved by the MCD
Commissioner        in     writing.    The       bidder      shall     meet      with     expenses          for
design/Construction/maintenance/operations from the revenue generated from the area demarcated for
commercial exploitation at Ground Floor and First floor and through Advertisement allowed at site.

2.3     Scope of Work:
2.3.1       Conducting Physical survey of the identified Public toilet sites and prepares existing plans.
2.3.2       Submit, design concepts, drawings, details, models, computer generated views etc to MCD to
            evaluate the premise/ site utilization, the same shall be prepared keeping in consideration of
            all local building regulations, bye laws, height restrictions etc. The concessionaire may adopt
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         the design provided by MCD, however the responsibility of detailing the design and ensuring
         its workability is the sole responsibility of the Concessionaire. The designs provided as part of
         document is for sole guidance to the concessionaire. The concessionaire may use higher
         specifications, better technologies, equipments and fixtures etc after approval by MCD.
2.3.3    The bidders would to create full scale live, fully functional model at the site allotted to them
         by the MCD commissioner solely at his own descrition, at the bidder own cost. This shall help
         the MCD understand and technically evaluate the complete product (entire facility with
         design, technologies, type of fixtures, specifications etc) offered by the bidder. Incase the
         bidder clears the minimum evaluation criteria, but however is not able to clear the financial
         bid (Stage-III), the bidder would be allowed by MCD to Operate, Maintain for a period of 30
         years and then transfer at the end of concession period.
2.3.4    Construct and develop the premise/ site/ building etc as per approval and suggested
         modifications by MCD on the concept. The Concessionaire shall take all necessary approval/
         sanctions from all government authorities/ bodies/ DUAC etc at his own cost before
         implementation/ construction at premise/ site.
2.3.5    The Concessionaire to maintain and run all operations at the premise/ site / building/
         services/ external landscape/ etc for the duration of the contract period. All bills, expenses,
         taxes etc to be borne by the Concessionaire during the tenure of the contract period.
2.3.6    All necessary services like electricity, drinking and non drinking water, sanitation and
         sewerage connections, security and fire safety etc to be provided by the Concessionaire at
         premise/ site at his own cost during the tenure of the contract period.
2.3.7    The Concessionaire to ensure efficient waste management collection, cleanliness at premise/
         site, regular up gradation and maintenance of the premise/ site / building / services etc.
2.3.8    The concessionaire must maintain the Public toilets through reputable House keeping Ageny,
         completely equipped & trained to provide highest standards of housekeeping in Cleanliness,
         Orderliness, Sanitation, Guest's Comfort , Eye Appeal, Safety, Materials control and
         preventive maintenance & Guests Relations
2.3.9    Carefully plan the locations and sizes for the installation of the OOH advertisement devices in
         accordance to the guidelines set as per the approved OOH Advertisement policy for Delhi,
         and as per approved by the MCD commissioner.
2.3.10   To generate revenue from the OOH advertising and from various approved activities at site
         as per agreed terms and conditions with MCD.
2.3.11   The Concessionaire to ensure complete insurance coverage in joint name of MCD and
         himself for premise/ site / building/ equipments etc against all odds like fire, earthquake,
         floods, theft, terrorist attacks, etc. The insurance shall cover third party damage and loss of
         life.
2.3.12   Transfer of premise/ site, constructed building/s and its all associated infrastructure/s, all
         data, files, information, etc to MCD at the end of Concession period pursuant to successful
         completion of necessary inspection, renewals/repairs/replacement. Renovation of Public
         toilets and the associated utilities as per design approved by MCD.
2.3.13   in addition to sites identified in the list, the concessionaire is to construct one such Toilet

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          Block at New Delhi Railway Station premises, with additional facilities for Bathrooms, provide
          and Demarcate space for G2C Kiosk (the G2C Kiosk would be provided & installed by some
          other agency) at the Ground floor in prominent location, along with all other facilities being
          provided in the project. The concessionaire to also provide a large welcome sign on top
          (minimum height 4ft), along the boundary of the toilet block all around, with translation of
          message in four languages, Hindi, English, Punjabi & Urdu. The content of the message
          would be provided by the MCD. The signage to be suitable illuminated.


A-3 BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY BEFORE PROPOSAL SUBMISSION

3.1   The Bidder shall be responsible for all of the costs associated with the preparation of the
      Proposal and their participation in the selection process. MCD will not be responsible or in any
      way be liable for such costs, regardless of the conduct or outcome of the selection process.

3.2   The Bidder shall ensure that the bid is complete in all respects and conforms to all requirements
      indicated in the RFP document.

3.3   Site Visit and Field Investigations, if any: The Bidder shall visit and examine the site and obtain
      for themselves, at their own responsibility, all the information and data that may be necessary for
      submission of bid, and entering into concession agreement for the project, and subsequent
      operation and maintenance of the same. The project related information, which has been
      provided in this RFP document, is intended to guide the bidders in preparing their proposal only.
      MCD shall not stand guarantee for and shall not be held responsible for the veracity of the data
      related to cost and revenue, which have been made available in this document.

3.4   Costs associated with Visits and Field Investigations, if any: The costs of visiting the site, and
      undertaking any further studies and investigations shall be at the Bidder's own expense. The
      Bidder and any of his personnel or agents can visit site.

3.5   Familiarity with Clearances: The Bidder should be familiar with the clearances required from
      various authorities to commence work. A Bidder shall be deemed to have carried out preliminary
      checks with relevant authorities. Some how MCD will help in resolving if any issue arises.

3.6   It would be deemed that by submitting the Bid, the Bidder has:

      ■       Made a complete and careful examination of the RFP document

      ■       Obtained all relevant information about the project.

3.7   MCD shall not be liable for any mistake or error on the part of the Bidder in respect of the above.

A-4   COST OF DOCUMENT

4.1   The Request for Proposal Document can be obtained through of Rs50000/- (Rupees Fifty
      Thousand only) via Demand Draft drawn of any Nationalized/Scheduled Bank drawn in favor of
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      the "Commissioner”, Municipal Corporation of Delhi, payable at Delhi, from _____.                . to
      _____.        . at the specified address on all working days between 1100 to 1500 hours (IST).

      Bid documents can be obtained in person from the office of “Commercial Officer (R.P.Cell),
      Nigam Bhawan, Old Hindu College Building, Kashmere Gate, Delhi, along with a requisition letter
      and a demand draft of any Nationalized/ Scheduled Bank for the value of bid documents (Rs
      50000/-) at the risk and responsibility of the prospective bidder.

      Bid Documents can also be seen on the internet at the following web pages at
      http://www.mcdonline.gov.in     The same can be downloaded, printed and submitted to MCD by
      payment of a non-refundable fee of Rs Fifty Thousand only/- (Rupees 50000/-only) via Demand
      Draft drawn of any Nationalized/Scheduled Bank drawn in favor of "Commissioner, Municipal
      Corporation of Delhi" payable at Delhi at the time of submitting the tender.

      MCD will in no case be responsible or liable for any problem that the Bidder may encounter while
      browsing.

4.2   The Bidding Firm shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and submission of its RFQ
      or Proposal, and MCD will in no case be responsible or liable for these costs regardless of the
      conduct or outcome of the selection process.

4.3   The Bidders are advised to inspect and examine the site and its surroundings and satisfy them
      before submitting their offer. A bidder shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the site whether
      he inspects it or not and no extra charges consequent upon any misunderstanding or otherwise
      shall be allowed.

A-5   CLARIFICATIONS OF RFP DOCUMENTS

5.1   The prospective Bidding Firm requiring any clarification of the RFP documents may notify the
      MCD in writing by post, courier or by facsimile at the specified address up to two (2) days in
      advance of the Pre-Bid meeting.

5.2   MCD reserves the right not to respond to non-relevant questions raised by Bidding Firm or to
      provide clarifications if MCD, in its sole discretion, considers that it would be inappropriate to do
      so. Nothing in this section shall be taken or read as compelling or requiring MCD to respond to
      any questions to provide any clarification. No extension of any deadline will be granted on the
      basis or grounds that MCD has not responded to any question or provided any clarification.

A-6   PRE-BID MEETING

6.1   A pre-bid meeting meeting shall be held on ________________ at 15:00 hours at the Office of
      the “O.S.D. (R.P.Cell)”, Municipal Corporation of Delhi, 206-7, Nigam Bhawan, Old Hindu College
      Building, Kashmere Gate, Delhi.

6.2   Bidders will be required to send their queries in writing at least two (2) days prior to the pre-bid

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      meeting to the “O.S.D. (R.P.Cell)”, Municipal Corporation of Delhi, Nigam Bhawan, Old Hindu
      College Building, Kashmere Gate, Delhi. Tel.: 011 - _____________, Fax.: 011 -
      __________________, E-mail: __________________________.

6.3   Minutes of the meeting, including the text of the questions raised and the responses given would
      be sent to all prospective Bidders. Any modifications of the RFP document package, which may
      become necessary as a result of the Pre-bid meeting, shall be through the issue of an addendum.

6.4   Non-attendance at the pre-bid meeting will not be a cause for disqualification of a Bidder.
      However, all clarifications and modifications presented in the Addendum will be legally binding on
      all the Bidders irrespective of their attendance at the Pre-Bid Conference.

A-7   BID SECURITY

7.1   All proposals submitted in response to the Request for Proposal Document shall be accompanied
      by a Bid Security of Rs.20000000/- (Rupees Two Crore only) in the form of Demand Draft or in
      the form of FDR or an irrevocable Bank Guarantee from Scheduled or Nationalized Bank in the
      prescribed format pledged in favor of the "Commissioner”, Municipal Corporation of Delhi,
      payable at Delhi.

A-8 VALIDITY OF PROPOSAL AND BID SECURITY

8.1   Proposal shall remain valid for a period of 60 (Sixty) days from the Proposal Submission Date.
      MCD reserves the right to reject any Bid, which does not meet this requirement.

8.2   The Bid Security shall be valid for Three Months beyond the initial validity of the proposal as
      specified above.

8.3   Any bid not accompanied with an acceptable Bid Security shall be summarily rejected.

8.4   The Bid Security of the unsuccessful Bidders would be returned after the acceptance of the letter
      of award to the successful bidder.

8.5   The Bid Security of the successful Bidder will be discharged when the successful Bidder has
      signed the agreement and furnished the Performance Security.

8.6   The Bid Security shall be forfeited under the following conditions:

      ■       If the Bidder withdraws the Proposal during the period of Proposal validity.

      ■       In the case of a successful Bidder, if the bidder fails to sign the Concession Agreement
              within the stipulated time or fails to furnish the required Performance Security within the
              specified period.




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A-9 AMENDMENT TO RFP DOCUMENT

9.1    At any time prior to the deadline for submission of Proposal, MCD may, for any reason, whether
       at its own initiative or in response to clarifications requested by any Bidder, modify the RFP
       Document by the issuance of Addenda.

9.2    Any Addendum thus issued will be sent in writing to all pre qualified bidders.

9.3    MCD may, at its discretion, extend the Proposal Submission Due Date.

A-10 CLARIFICATION FROM BIDDERS

10.1    To assist in the evaluation of Proposal submitted by bidders, MCD may, at its discretion, ask any
        bidder for clarification(s) of its Proposal. The request for clarification(s) and the response shall be
        in writing.

A-11 LANGUAGE

11.1    The Proposal submission and all related correspondences should be written in the English
        language. Supporting documents and printed literature furnished by bidders with the Proposal
        may be in any other language provided that they are accompanied by Certified Translation of the
        document(s) and/or pertinent passages into the English language. Supporting materials, which
        are not translated into English, may not be considered. For the purpose of interpretation and
        evaluation of the Proposal, the English language translation shall prevail.

A-12 PROPOSAL DOCUMENTATION

12.1   The Proposal should have no overwriting, corrections if any must be initialed by the person
       signing the Proposal.

12.2   The Proposal and its copies shall be typed or written in indelible ink and the authorized
       representative of the Bidder shall initial each page. All the alterations, omissions, additions, or
       any other amendments made to the Proposal shall be initialed by the person (s) signing the Bid.

A-13 MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF DELHI RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT
       AND REJECT PROPOSAL

13.1   Notwithstanding anything contained in the RFP document, MCD reserves the right to accept or
       reject all Proposal submissions, at any time without assigning any reason for cancellation.

A-14   PROPOSAL SUBMISSION DUE DATE

14.1   Proposal will be received up to 15:00 Hours (IST) on __________ at Office of the “Commercial
       Officer (R.P.Cell), Municipal Corporation of Delhi, Nigam Bhawan, Old Hindu College Building,
       Kashmere Gate, Delhi. Any Proposal, which is received after the prescribed deadline shall be
      returned, unopened.
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A-15 SUBMISSION OF BIDS

15.1    The bidder shall prepare and submit their proposals in original and one copy clearly marking
        ORIGINAL and COPY and as per the procedure detailed below:

15.2    The original copy of the Bid Security (FDR or Bank Guarantee) of the required value and with
        approved format shall be sealed separately in an envelope mentioning: Envelope-A1 "BID
        SECURITY FOR DESIGN, BUILD, OWN, OPERATION, MAINTENANCE & TRANSFER OF
        HIGH-END PUBLIC TOILETS IN MCD MARKETS & COMMERCIAL AREA IN MCD
        JURISDICTION, ON DBOOMT BASIS”.

15.3    The original and copy of the Qualification Proposal (RFQ) shall be sealed separately in the
        envelope mentioning: Envelope-A2 'QUALIFICATION PROPOSAL FOR DESIGN, BUILD, OWN,
        OPERATION, MAINTENANCE & TRANSFER OF HIGH ENDPUBLIC TOILETS IN MCD
        MARKETS & COMMERCIAL AREA IN MCD JURISDICTION, ON DBOOMT BASIS”.

15.4    The original and copy of the Technical Proposal (RFP) shall be sealed separately in the envelope
        mentioning: Envelope-A3 TECHNICAL PROPOSAL FOR DESIGN, BUILD, OWN, OPERATION,
        MAINTENANCE & TRANSFER OF HIGH ENDPUBLIC TOILETS IN MCD MARKETS &
        COMMERCIAL AREA IN MCD JURISDICTION, ON DBOOMT BASIS”.

15.5    The original and copy of the Financial Proposal shall be sealed separately in the envelope
        mentioning: Envelope-B 'FINANCIAL PROPOSAL FOR DESIGN, BUILD, OWN, OPERATION,
        MAINTENANCE & TRANSFER OF HIGH ENDPUBLIC TOILETS IN MCD MARKETS &
        COMMERCIAL AREA IN MCD JURISDICTION, ON DBOOMT BASIS”.

15.6    The original and copy of the Qualification Proposal (RFQ), Technical Proposals (RFP) and
        Financial Offers shall also be sealed separately before sealing in their respective envelopes of
        A2, A3 and B respectively.

15.7    All the above envelops viz. 'A1, 'A2, 'A3' and 'B' shall then be sealed in one outer envelope.

15.8    The inner and outer envelopes shall be addressed to the O.S.D. (R.P.Cell), Municipal
        Corporation of Delhi, Delhi at the address provided elsewhere in this document.

15.9    Each of the outer and inner envelopes shall also clearly indicate the name and address of the
        Bidder.

15.10   If the outer envelope is not sealed with sealing wax and signed twice across the sealed portion
        and marked as specified above, Municipal Corporation of Delhi will assume no responsibility for
        the misplacement or premature opening of the Proposal.

15.11 Municipal Corporation of Delhi must receive proposals at the address no later than the time and
        date stipulated elsewhere in this document.


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A-16 LATE BIDS

16.1     Municipal Corporation of Delhi will not accept any Proposal received after the Proposal
         Submission Due Date and Time. Late submission shall be returned unopened.

A-17     OPENING OF BIDS

17.1.    The bids as received shall be opened by the __________________, Municipal Corporation of
         Delhi at 15:30 Hours (1ST) on ____________ in _______________________ office in the
         presence of bidders who choose to be present. On opening of the main envelope, it will be
         checked if it contains the following documents:

         ■   Bid Security (Envelope A1)

         ■   Qualification Proposal (Envelope A2)

         ■   Technical Proposal (Envelope A3)

         ■   Financial Proposal (Envelope B)

17.2     The Bid Security will be opened first and will be checked for its requisite value and format.

17.3     In case the Bid Security is found to be acceptable, then the Qualification Proposals shall be
         opened and processed further.

17.4     If the documents do not contain Bid Security, or not of required value or in acceptable form, the
         offers submitted will be rejected.

17.5     The Technical and Financial proposal shall not be opened on that day and shall be kept
         separately in the safe custody of MCD to be opened and evaluated later on as per the procedure
         detailed herein.

A-18/A-19 CONFIDENTIALITY

19.1     Municipal Corporation of Delhi will treat all information submitted as part of Proposal in
         confidence and would require all those who have access to such material to treat the same in
         confidence. Municipal Corporation of Delhi will not divulge any such information unless it is
         ordered to do so by any authority that has the power under law to require its disclosure.

A-20 TESTS OF RESPONSIVENESS

20.1. Prior to evaluation of Proposal submission, MCD will determine whether each Proposal is
        responsive to the requirements of the RFP document. Any Proposal submission shall be
        considered responsive if:

         ■       Is received by the Proposal Submission Due Date including any extension thereof.


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        ■       Is signed, sealed and marked as stipulated elsewhere in this document.

        ■       Is accompanied by the Bid Security

        ■       Contains all the information as requested in the RFP document

        ■       Mentions the validity period as set out in relevant clause(s) in this document.

20.2.   MCD reserves the right to reject any Proposal submission which is non responsive and no
        request for alteration, modification, substitution or withdrawal shall be entertained in respect of
        such Proposal submissions.

A-21 EVALUATION AND COMPARISON OF PROPOSALS

21.1    MCD will evaluate and compare the proposal determined to be substantially responsive in
        accordance with Clause No A-20 and as per the procedure detailed below. In the event of any
        discrepancy between ‘ORIGINAL’ and ‘COPY’ the contents of ‘ORIGINAL’ shall prevail.

        i.      RFQ Evaluation:

        MCD will evaluate the pre-qualification proposals (RFQ) of the various bidders as per the pre-
        defined evaluation criteria. Technical offer of only those bidders will be opened whose
        qualification proposal will qualify the pre-qualification requirements. Evaluation of the qualification
        proposals will be on Pass / Fail basis.

        ii.     Technical Evaluation:

        Technical proposals of only those firms, who have been pre-qualified, shall be opened for further
        evaluation by a committee constituted for the purpose. Technical proposals will be evaluated for
        their compliance of responsiveness to various tender requirements.
        The bidders would have to create full scale live, fully functional model at the site allotted to them
        by the MCD commissioner solely at his own descrition, at the bidder own cost. This shall help the
        MCD understand and technically evaluate the complete product (entire facility with design,
        technologies, type of fixtures, specifications etc) offered by the bidder. Incase the bidder clears
        the minimum evaluation criteria, but however is not able to clear the financial bid (Stage-III), the
        bidder would be allowed by MCD to Operate, Maintain for a period of 30 years and then transfer
        at the end of concession period.
        MCD through a committee constituted for the purpose will carry out a detailed evaluation of the
        Proposals in order to determine whether the technical aspects are in accordance with the
        requirements set forth in the Proposal Documents.

        In order to reach such a determination, the MCD will examine and compare the various technical
         aspects of the Proposals on the basis of the information supplied and the live model erected at
         actual site by the Bidders, taking into account the following factors:



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         1. Overall completeness and compliance and deviations from MCD’s Requirements to the
             Proposal/ conditions. The Proposal that does not meet minimum acceptable standards of
             completeness, consistency and detail will be rejected as non-responsive.

         2. The proposal shall be submitted with Hard & Soft copy of the proposed Design drawings,
             Plans, Elevations, Sections, Perspective views etc. Submission of walk through for clarity on
             design is essential to be submitted along with proposal

         3. Endorsement letters from Anchor Brands for their commitment on the project.

         4. Submission of Hierarchy Chart, with experience & qualification certificates of all Key
             personnel’s to be working on the project and their key responsibilities during the project

         5. Proposed DESIGN, and PREFAB construction methodology, Green & Eco friendly
             technology adopted for waste management, sanitation, conservation of water & electricity etc
             suggested for the project

         6. Working methods and program demonstrating that how the Bidder will achieve the
             performance standards within the time frame.

         7. Over all CONSTRUCTION period proposed, project schedule shall be submitted along with
             the proposal.

         8. Overall Construction, Operations & Maintenance cost committed for the project.

         9. Operations & Maintenance Mechanism proposed

         10. Deviations proposed if any. Where alternative design is proposed, MCD will make a similar
              evaluation of the alternatives.

        Each responsive proposal shall be given a technical score based on weightage assigned to
        various parameters of technical proposal. A proposal may be rejected at this stage if it is non
        responsive or if it fails to achieve minimum technical score.

        Only those firms, whose technical score is above minimum technical score, will be nominated as
        qualified bidders for the purpose of opening of financial bids and their evaluation. MCD shall
        notify to qualified bidders the outcome of technical evaluation. The financial proposal of those
        bidders who do not qualify the technical requirements shall be returned unopened and no claim in
        this regard shall be entertained.

iii) Opening of Financial Bid and Evaluation

    1. MCD would intimate the date and venue of the opening of the financial Proposal of only those
        bidders who pass through the stage of technical qualification, with a request to be present at the
        time of the opening.


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     2. The Financial Bids would be opened and read out aloud on the said date and venue in the
         presence of the representatives of the bidders who choose to be present.

iv) Evaluation of Financial Proposal shall include the following:

     1. Check for completeness of Proposal

     2. Reasonableness of the quoted offer

     3. Amount of One time Project Fee quoted for the project and the monthly concession Fee per year,
         and total paid to MCD over the concession period.

     4. withdrawal of deviations in case they are not acceptable

     5. Arithmetical errors as corrected

The Minimum Concession Fee as prescribed in relevant paras shall be the lower limit for the Concession
Fee. Any bids lesser than the said amount as Concession fee shall be rejected.

Since this project has been conceived purely as a utility project , the major weightage has been given to
the technical competence, soundness and realistic approach of projections for proposal and cost of
design, Construction, maintenance and operations including experience thereof for the the Toilet and
projections of revenue receipts and the cash flow indicated by the bidder.

A-21.2           Mandatory pre-qualification requisites shall be on pass/ fail basis.

A-21.3           Technical evaluation will have 70 marks maximum and financial evaluation will have 30
                 marks maximum.

A-21.4           The financial bids shall be opened of only those bidders which have secure minimum
                 60% points i.e. 42/70 in technical evaluation.       The points secured out of technical
                 qualification shall be carried over to the financial bidding marking points. The criteria for
                 evaluation of technical bid will be as under:-

AWARD CRITERIA

The proposals will be evaluated in accordance with following weighted criteria up to a total maximum of
70 Marks:

1.       Technical proposal assessment:

         The actual live fully functional model erected at the actual site explaining Design, Quality,
         Erection Technology and Appropriateness of the proposed equipments & technology

         (Maximum points: 40 Marks)

         The Live model erected at site shall be as per the design suggested and submitted by the Bidder.

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       The Design should enhance the image of the City as a modern, cosmopolitan and sophisticated
       world city, with a long and rich cultural and historical heritage. Quality and appropriateness of the
       Materials used, appropriateness for the design to be prefabricated for easy and precise
       construction, manufacture and installation shall be taken into consideration including through
       means of quality certification and control, proven track provided in similar surroundings. The
       proposed design must be practical, durable, safe and easy to maintain, and should represent a
       substantial improvement on existing urban facilities. The concessionaire must submit in soft &
       hard copy the drawings for the proposed design, Plans, Elevations, Sections, Perspective/s etc
       for clarity on design. The concessionaire must essentially submit a walk through for better
       understanding of the proposed design.

       All equipment, fixtures to be installed must be compatible, in design, materials and function, with
       the existing urban environment.

       The proposal shall explain how the purchase, fabrication and installation of the Public Toilets will
       be funded.

2.    Technical Proposal Assessment:

       Soundness of operation and management of the site/ premises/ building

       (Maximum points: 10Marks)

       The proposal shall include a detailed plan of when and how the project elements will be
       fabricated, installed, operated, including any commercial contents, human and financial resource,
       quality control etc. Plan should also include how and when the Premises/ Site/ Building etc will
       be cleaned, repaired and maintained and how all such activities will be funded. Preference shall
       be given to proposals that envisage the use of local manpower in the installation, operation and
       maintenance of the equipment and the provision of the tendered services. The tenderer must
       demonstrate having or having access to the necessary human and technical resources to ensure
       the full, prompt and satisfactory performance of the tender contract and the tendered proposal.

3.     Technical Proposal Assessment:

       Experience in similar projects

       (Maximum points: 10Marks)

      Proven track record of tenderer’s national & international experience in contracts of similar type
      and scope, duly documented by reference or recommendation letters, certificates etc. The Bidder
      or at least one of the Consortium partners shall be able to demonstrate their competence in core
      areas i.e. Modular Prefab Construction, Outdoor Advertising, Housekeeping and Utility services.

4.     Technical Proposal Assessment:

      Financial Proposal assessment ,adequacy, soundness and seriousness of the proposal.
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          (Maximum points: 10 Marks)

          The tenderer must demonstrate having or having access to the necessary financial, resources to
          ensure the full, prompt and satisfactory performance of the tender contract and the tendered
          proposal, and demonstrated experience in the sale and maintenance of outdoor advertisements
          in an urban environment

5.        Financial Bid Assesment:

          Criteria for evaluation of Financial Bid,

          Maximum score 30Marks

The proposals will be evaluated in accordance with following weighted criteria up to a total maximum of
30 Marks:

The minimum one time concession project fee shall be of Rupees 10 Crores & the minimum guaranteed
monthly fee payable will be Rs. 20 Lakhs for the entire lot of 216 locations. Keeping an escalation of
minimum 10% every 3 years on the minimum monthly fee payable year on year till 30 years concession
period, the total minimum revenue for MCD shall be Rs100 Crores inclusive of one time fee, monthly
concession fee and escalation for the concession period.

The Highest bidder quoting above the minimum concession fee shall be allotted the maximum marks,
i.e.30 marks. Lets say the highest bidder has quoted 150 Crores(inclusive of one time project fee and the
total of monthly concession fee for the entire 30 year concession period inclusive of 10% escalation every
3 year), than maximum 30 marks would be allotted to him. The next quoted price is of 135 Crores, this is
90% of the bid quoted by the highest bidder, and this shall make him eligible for 90% of 30 Marks, i.e. 27
marks,

Basis of evaluation is illustrated as below

 Bidder                Financial bid /quoted   Percentage difference    than highest        Evaluation Points as per
                       in Crores               quoted fee                                   criteria
 A                                       136      80% of Highest bid = 80% of 30                                 24
 B                                     144.5         85% of Highest bid = 85% of 30                            25.5
 C                                       153         90% of Highest bid = 90% of 30                              27
 D                                       170                Highest bidder                                       30
 E                                       100                                 Disqualified                         0
 F                                     161.5         95% of Highest bid = 90% of 30                            28.5
 Minimum                                 125   Crores
 Reserved      price
 for the project is

In the event of multiple bids quoting the same highest amount, the MCD shall resort to inviting only those
bidders for submission of a revised financial quote within such time as may specified by MCD.
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    A-22.1 SELECTION AND NOTIFICATION

    The bidder which will get highest aggregate points of technical and financial evaluation shall be declared
    as successful bidder and would be intimated through a notice of award. This is illustrated as under:-

S.no.       Bidders      Quote     by    Marks       on   the    Marks on the basis of criteria     Total   Remarks
                         bidders    in   basis of criteria       for evaluation of technical bid-
                         Crores          for evaluation of       Max     points     70(minimum
                                         financial bid- Max      qualification mark is 60% of 70
                                         points 30               marks i.e. scoring minimum 42
                                                                 marks out of max 70

                                   136                     24
1           A                                                    55                                 79

                                 144.5                    25.5
2           B                                                    50                                 75.5

                                   153                     27
3           C                                                    60                                 87      Successful Bidder

                                   170                     30
4           D                                                    55                                 85

                                   100                      0
5           E                                                    48                                 0       Disqualified

                                 161.5                    28.5
6           F                                                    42                                 70.5

    This criterion has been adopted to ensure the successful implementation maintenance and operations
    and sustainability for the benefit to the city and citizens as it’s a mandatory function of the MCD.

    A-23 AWARD OF CONTRACT

    23.1.       Upon issuance of the "Notice of Award" the selected bidder shall have to communicate the
                acceptance of the contract through a "Letter of Acceptance" within ten (10) days of issue of the
                Notice of Award and sign the concession agreement within thirty (30) days of "Notice of Award".

    23.2.       If the Concession Agreement is not signed by the selected bidder within 30 days of issuance of
                the "Notice of Award", then MCD reserves the right to withdraw the offer, and proceed ahead in
                any manner it deems fit. In such an eventuality, the Proposal Security of selected bidder would be
                forfeited. The successful bidder would have to furnish Performance Security as specified in the
                Schedule of Agreement, before signing of the Concession Agreement. Till such time, the
                Proposal Security of the successful Bidder would remain effective and in possession of MCD.

    A-24        EXTENSION OF VALIDITY OF BID

    In exceptional circumstances, prior to expiry of the original Proposal Validity Period, MCD may
    request the pre-qualified Bidders in writing to extend the Proposal Validity Period for a specified
    additional period.

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                        PART C



              REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION

                          (RFQ)




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                                  TABLE OF CONTENTS

No.        ITEM                                         PAGE   No.

C-1   Eligibility Criteria

1.1   General

1.2   Qualification Criteria
C-2   Disqualification
C-3   Overview of Qualification process
C-4   Contents of RFQ
C-5   Signing and Submission of RFQ
C-6   Opening, Evaluation & Further process




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C- 1 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

1.1       GENERAL

1.1.1     This invitation is open to all national or international registered firms (which include companies,
          partnerships, propriety concerns, joint ventures, consortiums etc.) who are interested in bidding
          for the project.

1.1.2     If the bidding company is a 100% subsidiary of any company of Indian/ Foreign origin, then the
          bidding company can submit the experience of the parent company along with a certificate of
          undertaking from the parent company certifying such experience. The financial informations and
          strength of the parent company are acceptable for evaluation.

1.1.3     If the bidding company is a parent company of Indian/ Foreign origin, then it can also submit the
          experience of the subsidiary company. The financial information and strength of the parent
          company are acceptable for evaluation.

1.1.4     If the bidding company is a 100% subsidiary of any company of foreign origin, then the bidding
          company can submit both the experience and financial information of the parent company for
          evaluation along with a certificate of undertaking from the parent company certifying such
          experience, financials.

1.2       QUALIFICATION CRITERIA

1.2.1 Financial Information

Evaluation will be based on the basis of following criteria.

       I. Average annual turnover of Rs 250 Crores or equivalent as of 31st March 2010and for the
          preceding 2 years as per the three latest audited account for the bidding firm/ one of the partners
          of the consortium

      II. Total minimum liquid assets of Rs.50 Crores as of March 2010for the bidding firm/ lead partner of
          the consortium.

      III. Total minimum Net Worth of Rs.75 Crores as of 31st March, 2010 for the bidding firm/ lead
          partner of the consortium

   IV. The bidding firm/ lead partner of the consortium shall be Profit making for the last 3 years.

              o    Liquid Assets can be computed by deducting Current Liabilities from Current Assets.
                   Current Assets include cash and bank balances, sundry debtors, inventories, Loans,
                   Advances and Investments.

   V.     The Lead Partner of the consortium shall have minimum of 26% share in the project, any
          consortium with lead partner having less than 26% share would be disqualified from participation
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  VI. The Bidder or in case of consortium at least one of the consortium members must have the
        experience of executing or have executed large projects in India or out side India; Bidder should
        also have experience in designing constructing and maintaining buildings along with all its
        associated services and infrastructure. Bidder need to submit the proof, of the projects executed
        with the customer / clients details
  VII. The bidders/ consortium shall have the endorsement letters from the “ Anchor Brand/s” for their
        keenness in taking the commercial space. These Anchor Brands should be well Established
        International or National Brands operating in Permitted Sectors. These Anchor Brands must have
        at least five fully operational establishments in the NCR region. The concessionaire may take
        such endorsement letters from more than one Anchor Brand.
  VIII. The responsibility to complete the project, its smooth operations & maintenance rests only with
        bidder/ Consortium
  IX. Concessionaire / Consortium should demonstrate sufficient technical skilled manpower that has
        experience in handling the entire project in all. Concessionaire should submit the strength of their
        company in this regard.

        (NOTES:

        i. In the case of International Bidders, financial statements shall be duly converted to Indian
           Rupees by adopting the Foreign Exchange Conversion Rate published by the Reserve Bank
           of India (RBI) as on 01/4/2010.

        ii. All Historical Financial Statements shall be duly certified by the Chartered Accountant for all
           Bidders.)

1.3     To qualify for the Stage II, the Bidding Firm/ Consortium would have to meet the qualifying criteria
        described in Para 1.2.1 above.

1.4     Qualification of a Bidding Firm to participate further in the selection process would depend upon
        its meeting the general eligibility and qualification criteria mentioned below.

1.4.1   The bidders/ consortium shall have the endorsement letters from the “ Anchor Brand/s” in
        permitted sectors for their keenness in taking the commercial space created on First floor. The
        concessionaire may take such endorsement letters from more than one established brands.

1.4.2   The Bidder / in Consortium one of the Consortium Members must have the experience of
        executing or have executed large projects in India or out side India; should have experience in
        designing & constructing modular prefab buildings.

1.4.3   Concessionaire / Consortium should have sufficient technical skilled manpower that has
        experience in handling the entire project in all regards.

1.4.4 Litigation History and Legal Matters: The Applicant shall provide accurate information on the
        "Historical Contract Non-Performance Form" in the prescribed format (as enclosed in Appendix 4)
        about contract non-performance and pending litigation with respect to contracts completed or
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        ongoing under its execution over the last five years. A consistent history of awards against the
        Applicant may result in failure of the Application.

C-2     DISQUALIFICATION

2.1 Even though the Bidding Firm meets the pre-qualifying Criteria, they could be disqualified if they
have:

a)      Made misleading or false representations in the forms, statements and attachments submitted in
        proof of the qualification requirements;

b)      Record of poor performance such as abandoning the works, not properly completing the contract,
        inordinate delays in completion, litigation history, or financial failures, etc.

c)      Submitted the RFQ, which is not accompanied by the required documentation or is non-
        responsive.

d)      Submitted the RFQ, which is not accompanied by the Bid Security of requisite value and in
        acceptable format

e)      Been black listed/barred by GOI/Any State Govt. PSU/Government Body as on date of
        submission of the bids.

2.2     If any such information which would have entitled MCD to reject or disqualify the Bidding Firm
        becomes known after the Bidding Firm has been qualified, MCD reserves the right to cancel the
        qualification of the Bidding Firm at any later stage.

C-3     OVERVIEW OF THE QUALIFICATION PROCESS

3.1     Based on the information submitted in RFQ, MCD through its committee duly constituted for the
        purpose, will carry out an evaluation of the qualifications of the Bidding Firm and will
        subsequently notify in writing those Bidding Firms who qualify to participate in the next stage of
        the process.

C-4 CONTENTS OF RFQ

4.1     The Request for Qualification submitted by the Applicant shall contain the following sections:

        a.   Letter of Application (Appendix 1)

        b.   General and Financial Information (Appendix 2)

        c.   Structure and Operation (Appendix 3)

        d.   Litigation History (Appendix 4)

4.2     The RFQ shall include the above information in the formats given in the appendices and any
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      other statement of information in support of qualification criteria.

4.3   The documentary evidence of the Bidder's qualifications to implement the project, shall establish
      to the MCD's satisfaction that the Bidder has the financial, managerial, technical, procurement
      and other capabilities necessary to perform the contract and meets the criteria required. The
      documentary evidence shall include any other materials required to be completed and submitted
      by Applicants in accordance with these instructions. This shall include but not be limited to the
      following:

a.    Last 3 Audited financial statements up to March 31, 2010 (Balance Sheets, profit and Loss
      Account, Gross Block and cash flow statements and Annual Reports) as required to conform to
      the RFQ requirements;

b.    Summary statement of Liquidity as per last three audited accounts up to March 31, 2010,
      certified by a Chartered Accountant.

c.    Certified Copies of original documents in support of legal constitution of the firm and place of
      business;

d.    A Power of Attorney, authorizing the signatory of the RFQ to commit the Bidder.

C-5   SIGNING AND SUBMISSION OF RFQ

5.1   RFQ shall be prepared in two copies. The original and copy of the RFQ shall be typed and shall
      be signed by the Bidder or a person or persons duly authorized to bind the Applicant to the
      contract. The person or persons signing the RFQ shall initial all pages of the RFQ, except for un-
      amended printed literature.

5.2   Any alterations, erasures or overwriting shall only be valid if the person or persons signing the
      RFQ initial them.

5.3   The Applicants shall seal the original RFQ and the copy as per the procedure detailed herein
      RFQ document.

5.4   Submission of RFQ by fax, e-mail or other electronic means will not be accepted. It is the
      responsibility of Bidder alone to ensure that its RFQ is delivered at the prescribed address by the
      stated deadline.

C-6   OPENING. EVALUATION AND FURTHER PROCESS

6.1   The RFQ will be opened on the date specified in the Letter of Invitation for RFQ, at the place of
      RFQ submission. Bidding Firm's representatives may attend the opening and shall sign a register
      as proof of their attendance.

6.2   Based on the RFQ submitted by the Bidding Firms, MCD will carry out an evaluation of the
      qualifications of such Bidding Firms. If at any time during the evaluation process, MCD requires
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      any clarification(s) in order to carry out the evaluation, it reserves the right to request for
      information from any Bidding Firm, and the Bidding Firm concerned will be obliged to respond to
      any request for such information and to supply the same to MCD within such reasonable
      timeframe as required.

6.3   Any unsolicited information after submission of RFQ shall not be entertained.

6.4   MCD will ascertain whether Bidders who have submitted responsive RFQ are qualified for further
      evaluation of Technical and Financial proposal for satisfactorily implementation of the project.

6.5   The determination will take into account the Bidding Firm's managerial, financial and technical
      capabilities. It will be based upon and examination of the documentary evidence of the
      qualification submitted by the Bidder Firm.

6.6   An affirmative determination will be a prerequisite for the MCD to consider the Technical
      proposal submitted by the Bidding Firm as the next stage, of the bidding process.

6.7   This document and the appendices constitute no form of commitment on the part of MCD,
      whether in respect of the selection or otherwise. Furthermore, this RFQ document confers neither
      the right nor expectation on any party to participate in the selection process. MCD reserves the
      right to reject any or all RFQ, if it considers necessary to do so, and/or to withdraw/ modify the
      Selection process or any part of the selection process or to vary any of its terms at any time
      without giving any reason or incurring any liability thereto.

                                            APPENDICES

               No.                                       Item                             Page
      Appendix 1             Letter of Application
      Appendix 2             General and Financial Information
      Appendix 3             Structure and Operations
      Appendix 4             Historical Contract Non-Performance Form




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Appendix 1: Letter of Application

(Letterhead paper of the Bidder including full postal address, telephone, fax, e-mail addresses)

Date:.........................................

To,

            ________________________

            ________________________

            Municipal Corporation of Delhi

            _____________,

            Delhi-__________.

Sir,

1.          Being duly authorized to represent and act on behalf of ……………………… . (Hereinafter "the
            Bidder), and having reviewed and fully understood all the qualification information provided, the
            undersigned hereby apply to be qualified by you as a prospective bidder for the project involving "
            DESIGN, BUILD, OWN, OPERATION, MAINTENANCE & TRANSFER OF HIGH END PUBLIC
            TOILETS IN MCD MARKETS & COMMERCIAL AREA IN MCD JURISDICTION, ON DBOOMT
            BASIS"

2.          Attached to this letter are copies of original documents defining:

            a)          The applicant's legal status

            b)          The principal place of business; and

            c)          The place of incorporation (for bidders who are corporations); or the place of registration
                        and the nationality of the owners (For bidders who are partnerships or individually-owned
                        firms).

            d)          MOU (in case of consortium/Joint Venture)

            e)          All documents as specified in RFQ

3.          MCD and its authorized representatives are hereby authorized to conduct any inquiries or
            investigations to verify the statements, documents, and information submitted in connection with
            this application, and to seek clarification from our bankers and client regarding any financial and
            technical aspects. This letter of any institution, to provide such information deemed necessary to
            verify statements and information provided in this application, or with regard to the resources,
            experience and competence of the Bidder.
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4.    This application is made in the full understanding that:

      a)        Bids of all bidders will be subject to verification, by MCD, of all information
                submitted for qualification at the time of bidding;

      b)        MCD reserves the right to:

                o   Amend the scope of work under this project; in such event, bids will only be called
                    from qualified bidders who meet the revised requirements; and

                o   Reject or accept any application, cancel the qualification process, and reject all
                    applications; and

      c)        MCD shall not be liable for any such actions and shall be under no obligation to inform
                the Applicant of the grounds for them.

5.   Appended to this application, we give details of the bidding firm and its parent company, profit
     and Loss statement/Annual report, as per requirements of the RFQ Document.

6.    We confirm that in the event we bid, the bid as well as any resulting contract will be signed so as
     to legally bind all partners jointly and severally; and

7.   We confirm that Request for Qualification (RFQ) submitted by us shall be valid for the period of
     Two (2) months from the last date of submission.

8.    The Bid Security of Rs. 20000000 (Rupees Two Crores only) in the form of Demand Draft or in
     the form of FDR or an irrevocable Bank Guarantee from Scheduled or Nationalized Bank in the
     prescribed format pledged in favor of the “Commissioner” Municipal Corporation of Delhi “payable
     at Delhi is enclosed vide___ _ _ _ _ __________________.

9.   The undersigned declare that the statements made and the information provided in the duly
     completed application are complete, true, and correct in every detail.




       Signed

       Name

       For and on behalf of (name of Bidder) OR

       For and on behalf of (name of Consortium Member/ partner)




                    (Note: Please specifically mention the Non-Applicable parameters)
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                          Appendix 2: General & Financial Information

All bidding firms are requested to complete the information in this form and duly certify the financial
information by the Chartered Accountant. The information supplied should be as per the requirements of
the “Qualification Criteria”.

1. Firm Particulars

No.            Particulars

1.             Name of the firms

2.             Head Office address

3.             Telephone                           Contacts

4.             Fax      E-mail

5.             Place for incorporation/registration:

               Year of incorporation/registration:

2.      A Power of Attorney authorizing the signatory of the bid to commit the Bidder(s).

3.      Net Worth: As per “Qualification Criteria”.

4.      Annual Financial Turnover: As per “Qualification Criteria”.

5.      Average Total Liquid Assets: As per “Qualification Criteria”.

6.      Attach Brochure(s) and details of each Firm(s)/Consortium pertaining to Ownership structure,
        business area activities, business growth revenue details, staff details and capability statement.

7.      Details of Contacts for the firm:

Contact Person                   Contact Address

Contact A                        Address, Telephone, Facsimile, E-mail

Contact B                        Address, Telephone, Facsimile, E-mail

Contact C                        Address, Telephone, Facsimile, E-mail

Contact D                        Address, Telephone, Facsimile, E-mail




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Appendix 3: Structure & Operations

Applicants shall submit the following information:

1.      Legal Status

2.      Place of registration

3.      Principal place for business

Each bidder shall give the following information as indicated in the format:

     Year         Value (Turnover in Rs Crore)                                 Net Profit in Rs Crore

2007-2008
2008-2009
2009-2010
Last 3 years Audited Financial reports: balance sheets, profit and loss statements, summary of net cash
accruals, auditor's reports, etc. List them and attach certified copies.

A certified copy of Applicant's Current Memorandum and Articles of Association or other relevant
constitutional documents and (where relevant) those of its immediate and all superior holding companies.

Name, Address, Telephone and fax numbers of the firm's bankers who may provide reference if
contacted by MCD.




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  Appendix 4: Litigation History and Legal Matters

  The Bidder/ in case of Consortium the Lead Partner shall provide accurate information on the "Historical
  Contract Non-Performance Form" about contract non-performance and pending litigation with respect to
  contracts completed or ongoing under its execution over the last five years. (Separate Sheets for each
  project to be attached giving following details). A summary is to be provided in following format:


                     Name of Client         Contract
                                                           Value of
       Name of                                                               Date          Nature of    Final
Year                   With contact          No. and      Contract in
        Work                                                              Completed        Litigation   Award
                                                            IN Rs.
                          details             Date




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                     PART D



              REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

                       (RFP)




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                     TABLE OF CONTENTS



NO.           ITEM                          PAGE NO.




D-1           APPRAISAL OF THE DESIGN

              1.1 Design Description

              1.2 Facility Planning

              1.3 Scope of Work
              1.4 Services to be provided

D-2           PROJECT COST

D-3           REVENUE GENERATION SOURCES

D-4           DETAILS TO ACCOMPLY RFP

              4.1 Technical Proposal

              4.2 Financial Proposal

Appendix 1    FORMAT FOR CONCESSION FEE




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D-1     APPRAISAL OF THE DESIGN

1.1     DESIGN DESCRIPTION

1.1.1   MCD has identified 216 sites for development, construction of world class Public Toilets complete
        with all latest equipments, fixtures etc in the MCD Markets and other Commercial Areas in MCD
        Jurisdiction .The prospective bidder is expected to provide the same facility/provisions to
        construct it to the international standards.

1.1.2   The MCD has divided all the sites in three categories as mentioned below

        •    Small, with ground coverage of approximately 500-750 sqft

        •    Medium with ground coverage approximately of 900-1200 sqft

        •    Large with ground coverage above1200 sqft.

1.1.3   The MCD has developed 3 standard models, one each for each category. The dimensions of
        identified sites are varying and the model may have to be adapted as per the site dimensions,
        which shall be done by the concessionaire at his own cost. However care by MCD has been
        taken while identification of sites that the practical applicability of models selected shall be able to
        be adapted & implemented by the concessionaire.MCD came up with unique concept where in its
        proposed to construct Public toilets in MCD markets & commercial areas by inviting
        concessionaires to construct, operate & maintain these toilets in lieu of MCD granting them rights
        to use a certain portion on the First floor(100%) of public toilets & the ground floor (30% of
        Ground floor area), for commercial utilization. The central idea behind the concept is that ill
        equipped, or ill maintained toilets would be adversely detrimental to the business of well
        established Anchor Brands as defined later in document, hence it would be in the interest of this
        sector to provide and maintain the toilets. Along with same the concessionaire would have to
        provide Green Technologies and equipments to ensure water conservation, effective treatment of
        waste, hygiene standards, Odor control etc.

1.1.4   The Models developed for three categories of sites have taken care to provide facilities to
        Physically Challanged, Old people & pregnant Ladies etc. It’s the responsibility of the bidder to
        detail out and provide the best facilities in this regard.

1.1.5   The Bidder can commercially utilize the 30% of Ground Floor coverage(without any restriction of
        Anchor Brand) & 100 % of the First floor for providing services or sale of products in permitted
        sectors and also exhibit advertisement on the advertisement panels installed at the facility. The
        concessionaire can collect revenue during concession period from Advertising as well as other
        legitimate and approved activities that are permitted on the area allotted to concessionaire. There
        would be a Tripartite agreement signed between the Anchor Brand, The MCD & Concessionaire,
        before the Anchor Brand occupies the Commercial Space ensuring that nothing contrary to the
        spirit of the project & agreement is consitituted, and that all the rights of the MCD are well
        protected

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1.1.6   The concessionaire shall Transfer Public Toilets to MCD at the end of Concession period along
        with all other infrastructure, equipments, tools, fixtures etc developed, constructed at identified
        sites.

1.1.7   The Public Toilets shall be constructed as per the approved design & the scope of work shall
        include civil, mechanical, sanitary and electrical work the same shall be provided by
        concessionaire at his costs. The MCD would help and support concessionaire to get the required
        connections fast.

1.2     Facility Planning

        The Concessionaire shall construct structurally sound and aesthetically appealing facilities as per
        plans approved by the MCD. The concessionaire shall ensure that mode of fabrication &
        installation at site shall be modular and prefab to minimize the construction & finishing time. That
        the specifications shall be such, that it promotes, cleanliness, hygiene, safety, can be maintained
        easily & are not vandalized easily. However, in areas where deviations are necessitated due to
        space or location constraints, the MCD shall consider permitting such variations with prior
        approval in Consultation with Project in charge. The requisite services as may be essential from
        the users’ points of view would be provided by the Concessionaire.

1.3     Scope of Work:

        The project scope would include the following major activities:

        (1)      Design Works

        a)       Measurement of the identified sites and preparation of site plan.
        b)       Prepare detail plans, elevations and sections explaining the concept, various design and
                 area relationships, the layout of facility etc
        c)       Preparing Plan, Elevations & Sections of the facility as per the modification/ adaptation
                 that may be required as per individual site after award of the project.
        d)       Prepare detail plan for sanitation, waste collection disposal & drainage, water, electrical,
                 etc including all services that may be required at site
        e)       Prepare Perspectives, 3 D models etc to explain the design
        f)       Walkthrough of the model with suggested exterior finishes and form of the facility
        g)       Structural Detailing, ensuring that the suggested model can be prefabricated and easily
                 assembled at site, to allow the project to be completed in all respects within the time
                 frame as mentioned in the document.


        (2)      Construction Work

        (a)      Demolition of any existing structure and leveling of site/s to be undertaken by MCD, the
                 malba/debris resulting from such demolitions would have to be transported/ disposed by
                 the concessionaire in most environmental friendly manner.
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     (b)      Construct modern user and environment friendly Public Toilets as per the
              design/drawings and specifications approved by MCD.

     (c)      Provide and install all equipments, tools, and fixtures etc as per the approved
              specifications at site/s

     (d)      Provide all the services like electricity, water, sewer, plumbing etc at site/s

     (e)      Provide all necessary infrastructure, labor, material, cranes etc that may be required at
              site and also to ensure that the construction happens in safe and secure environment
              and is Hazard free. The concessionaire is solely responsible for safety of all people
              including his employees, labor, passerby etc and material at site

     (f)      Provide advertisement panels as approved by MCD.

      (3)     Operational Management

              The toilets shall be open to public from 9AM to 9PM for usage or as per the Market
              opening & closing time. This includes regular cleaning of the Toilets, functioning of other
              amenities, Provision of dedicated security personnel who will also assist physically
              challenged and senior citizens, handling emergency situations, functioning of information
              and communication systems, public address system, if any, availability of basic
              infrastructure requirements such as electricity, proper drainage, waste removal, would
              form part of operations.

      (4)     Maintenance Works

              It will include routine and periodic maintenance works in the Public Toilets but shall not
              be limited to the following:

              a)    Civil, electrical and sanitary works for the Public Toilets

              b)    Equipment maintenance and servicing

      The minimum expected standards for maintenance & cleanliness have been laid out in Schedule-
      J of the document.

     (5)      in addition to sites identified in the list, the concessionaire is to construct one such Toilet
              Block at New Delhi Railway Station premises, with additional facilities for Bathrooms,
              provide and Demarcate space for G2C Kiosk (the G2C Kiosk would be provided &
              installed by some other agency) at the Ground floor in prominent location, along with all
              other facilities being provided in the project. The concessionaire to also provide a large
              welcome sign on top (minimum height 4ft), along the boundary of the toilet block all
              around, with translation of message in four languages, Hindi, English, Punjabi & Urdu.
              The content of the message would be provided by the MCD. The signage to be suitable
              illuminated.
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1.4   Services to Be Provided

      i.      Water Supply: The Concessionaire shall ensure adequate water

      ii.     Sewerage: The Concessionaire shall ensure proper sewerage connection

      iii.    Electricity Supply: The Concessionaire shall ensure adequate electricity supply for proper
              lighting of the Public Toilets and advertisements. The concessionaire is allowed to install
              DG set for electrical supply if required.

      iv.     Cleaning of the Public Toilets: The Concessionaire shall ensure maintenance and
              cleaning of the Public Toilets.

      v       Garbage Disposal: The Concessionaire shall install litterbins as specified near the Public
              Toilets

      vi.     Safety & Security: The safety and security of the Public Toilets rests with the
              Concessionaire.

      vii.    Other Facilities: The Concessionaire can upgrade/provide structurally sound and
              aesthetically appealing facilities such as card/coin public phone, condom vending
              machines, and magazine/newspaper dispenser as per plans approved by the MCD.
              However, in areas where deviations are necessitated due to space or location
              constraints, the MCD shall consider permitting such variations with prior approval MCD.

D-2 PROJECT COST

2.1   The project cost would include the cost of Construction comprising civil, structural, plumbing,
      water, electrical and other costs. There will be recurring annual cost associated with operation
      and maintenance of the Public Utilities.

D-3 REVENUE GENERATION SOURCES

3.1   The Concessionaire is permitted to commercially use 30% of the Ground floor coverage (without
      any restriction of Anchor Brand) & 100% of the First floor for providing, any services or sale of
      product/s in permitted sector. The concessionaire may themselves provide the same or can let it
      out to any other established and well recognized Anchor Brand in the permitted sectors. The
      responsibility to operate & maintain the premises would remain with concessionaire and with the
      anchor brand occupying the First floor.

3.2   The concessionaire is not allowed to construct any other permanent structure, apart from as
      already mentioned in the document and shown in the concept. The concessionaire is allowed to
      use the terrace for maintenance work, installation of solar panels, watertanks, Gensets etc.

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3.3      Advertisement is the other major source of revenue from Public Toilets.

3.4      The concessionaire may commercially exploit the site/s handed over to them by MCD other than
         as mentioned in para 3.1 & 3.3 only after prior approval and authorization by the MCD.

D-4 DETAILS TO ACCOMPANY RFP

4.1 Technical Proposal

The Bidder shall submit the following along with the Proposal in sufficient details to enable evaluation of
their grasp of the work and ability to execute it within the Time of Completion.

4.1.1 Organizational Structure during Construction and Operation

The Bidder shall submit their proposed organizational structure during construction, operation and
maintenance stages commensurate with targeted Project Completion Schedule, which will form the basis
of Employment Schedule. The Bidder shall also enclose CV’s of the key persons including tasks assigned
to them.

4.1.2 Construction Schedule

a) This shall consist of a detailed program of construction with supporting calculations, deployment of
      man and machine showing bar chart showing in sufficient details, completion of various section of
      Work and the date and order in which the Bidder Proposed to carry out different parts of the Works.
      This schedule shall form the basis for preparation of detailed CPM schedule to be furnished after the
      award of the Concession.

b) The entire phase has to be completed in 3 phase each phase will have 50 Toilets and each phase
      needs to be completed in 6 months timeframe and that the identified sites for each of the phase
      would be handed over to concessionaire within the duration of 45 days of signing of the contract, the
      first set of site to be handed within 15 days, the next set within 30 days and the remaining within 45
      days.

4.1.3 Operation Schedule

The operational schedule will consist of the procedures and practices to be followed in keeping the facility
working and the processes followed for operations. Daily operational schedules for the Toilets including
housekeeping, security/ watch ward, monitoring will form part of this schedule

4.1.4 Maintenance Schedule

Maintenance schedules would contain time schedules and scope of maintenance work to be taken up,
under the routine maintenance and regular maintenance.




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4.1.5 Employment Schedule

This shall consist of a chart showing deployment of monthly manpower (including skilled and unskilled
labor of various categories) commensurate with the Construction Schedule and the Operation and
Maintenance schedule.




4.1.6 Design Concept

In conformity to the parameters, technical specification and performance standards the Concessionaire
can propose need based changes or better specifications to provide facilities to users in the indicative
concept plan provided. The bidder should submit details such as design and drawings, improvements,
reasons for suggested modification etc. to facilitate evaluation of proposed change as per various
provisions and requirements given in the RFP document.

4.1.7 Deviation Statement

The bidder shall submit deviation statement giving deviations from Bid conditions and Concession
agreement if any. The financial implications in case of their withdrawal of deviations should be included in
Financial Proposal only.

4.2 Financial Proposal

The bidder will submit the financial Proposal giving the

a.    Cost estimates of a Public Toilet

      The bidder shall prepare a cost (item wise) and cash flow estimates for executing the work, along
      with a break-up of the O & M expenses for the Concession Period (Table1-3).

b.    Cost for Withdrawal of Deviations if any

c.    Concession Fee

      The bidder shall quote the One time Project Fee and the Monthly Concession fee annually, that the
      bidder would pay to MCD as concession fee during the concession period in the prescribed format
      given in Appendix1.

d.)    Financing Arrangement for the Project

      Bidder shall enclose the probable means of financing the project. Financing arrangements against
      the project, their sanction order of the Bank FIs should be enclosed.




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                             Table1 – Construction Price Schedule

               (Item-wise break up of Up-gradation cost to be indicated under the following heads)

Sl.     Brief Item Description               Unit        Quantity      Rate (Rs.)   Amount       Sub Total (Rs.
No.                                                                                 (Rs.)        Lakh)


        CIVIL, STRUCTURAL &
1
        FINISHING WORKS




        Sub total for Civil Works




2       ELECTRICAL &
        COMMUNICATIONS WORKS




        Sub total for Electrical Works




3       PLUMBING & SANITATION




        Sub total for plumbing works




        Sub total for air-conditioning




4       SITE DEVELOPMENT &

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        LANDSCAPING




        Sub total for landscaping




 5      CONTINGENCIES




 A      TOTAL CONSTRUCTION
        (1+2+3+4+5)




 6      Interest During Construction (IDC)




 7      Pre-Operative Expenses




 8      Taxes, Works Tax etc




 9      Supervision including Independent
        Engineer Costs




 10     Any Other Cost Head




 B      TOTAL LANDED PROJECT COST
        (A+6+7+8+9+10)

                          Table 2: Operation and Maintenance Price Schedule

Sl.    Item                                                 Unit   Quantity   Rate    Amount
No.                                                                           (Rs.)     (Rs.)


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1       Operation and Maintenance cost of PUBLIC TOILET         Per year


2       Operation and Maintenance cost of Electrical            Per year
        Equipments

3       Operation and Maintenance cost towards Manpower         Per year
        deployed

4       Operation and Maintenance cost towards Administration   Per year


5       Operation and Maintenance cost towards Security         Per year


6       Any Other Costs                                         Per year

                                                                Per
        TOTAL O&M COST (Schedule2)
                                                                Year

7       ESCALATION IN TOTAL O& M COST
        @.........PERCENTAGE EVERY THREE YEARS

8       TOTAL O& M COST FOR THE ENTIRE CONCESSION
        PERIOD OF 30 YEARS

        Total cost towards O& M

                                      Table 3: Grand Total Summary

    Sl. No.       Schedule                                                       Sub Total (Rs.Crores)

      1           TOTAL LANDED PROJECT COST (Schedule 1)

      2           TOTAL O&M COST (Schedule 2)

                      Table 4:Total Monthly Concession Fee to be paid per Year

          Year of Operation           Estimated Revenue Generation (Crores of Rs.)

          First

          Second

          Third

          Fourth

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  Fifth

  Sixth

  Seventh

  Eighth

  Ninth

  Tenth

  Eleventh

  Twelfth

  Thirteenth

  Fourteenth

  Fifteenth

  Sixteenth

  Seventeenth

  Eighteenth

  Nineteenth

  Twenty

  Twenty One

  Twenty Two

  Twenty Three

  Twenty Four

  Twenty Five

  Twenty Six

  Twenty Seven

  Twenty Eight



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   Twenty Nine


   Thirty

   Total




                                             Appendix 1

                                FORMAT FOR CONCESSION FEE

We agree to pay a Concession fee as mentioned below

We agree to pay One Time Project fee of Rs………….………………(in words also)………...for the entire
project, and in addition we also agree to pay monthly concession fee of ………… (in words also) totaling
annually to……………(in words also), in lieu of the project “DESIGN, BUILD, OWN, OPERATION,
MAINTENANCE & TRANSFER OF HIGH-END PUBLIC TOILETS IN MCD MARKETS & COMMERCIAL
AREA IN MCD JURISDICTION, ON DBOOMT BASIS”.

The minimum concession fee shall be increased by…...% every Three years in subsequently, till end of
the concession period.




                                                        Authorized Signatory (with Stamp of the
                                                        concessionaire)




                                Cost for Withdrawal of Deviations:

In Case the deviations as detailed in the technical proposal are not agreed by MCD, the concession fee
shall be reduced/ increased by Rs. …………. (also in words)per month .




                                                                          Authorized Signatory

                                                        (With Stamp of the concessionaire)




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                                              ANNEXURES

                                     FORMS OF SECURITIES

Acceptable forms of securities are annexed.

Bidders should not complete the forms for performance Security for Construction and performance
Security for Operation and Maintenance at the time of submission of Bids.

Only the successful Bidder will be required to provide Performance Security for Construction and
Performance Security for Operation & Maintenance in accordance in the prescribed format as specified in
the enclosed forms.

Annex A:      Bid Security (Bank Guarantee)

Annex B:      Performance Security for Construction (Bank Guarantee)

Annex C:      Performance Security for Operation & Maintenance (Bank Guarantee)




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                                                 Annex A
                                BID SECURITY (BANK GUARANTEE)


Amount : Rs. 20000000/- (Rupees Two Crores only)
Bank Guarantee No. :
Date of Issue : _____day__________month, 2010


To,
Commissioner,
Municipal Corporation of Delhi,
India.


WHEREAS,        ______________________          (Lead        member)     having   its   Registered    office   at
_____________________________ (on behalf of the consortium) (hereinafter called "the Bidder") is
submitting its Bid on or about _____ 2010 for the project “DESIGN, BUILD, OWN, OPERATION,
MAINTENANCE & TRANSFER OF HIGH-END PUBLIC TOILETS IN MCD MARKETS & COMMERCIAL
AREA IN MCD JURISDICTION, ON DBOOMT BASIS”. (hereinafter called "the Bid").


KNOW        ALL     PEOPLE        by    these     presents        that     We     _____________(Name           of
Bank)_______________(complete          Branch    address),       India   having   our    registered   office   at
_____________________(complete Registered office address) (hereinafter called                 "the Bank") are
bound unto “Commissioner”, Municipal Corporation of Delhi, India (hereinafter called "the
Employer") in the sum of Rs. 200,00,000.00 (Rupees Two Crores only) for which payment well and truly
to be made to the said Employer the Bank binds itself, his successors and assigns by these presents.


SEALED with the Common Seal of the said Bank this ______ (day) of______(month), 2010.


THE CONDITIONS of this obligation are:


(1)      If after Bid opening the Bidder withdraws its bid during the period of Bid validity specified in the
         Form of Bid;
                                                        or


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(2)     If the Bidder having been notified of the acceptance of its bid by the Employer during the period
        of Bid validity:


        a. fails or refuses to execute the Form of Agreement in accordance with the Instructions to
             Bidders, if required; or
        b. fails or refuses to furnish the Performance Security, in accordance with the Instruction to
             Bidders; or
        c.   does not accept the correction of the Bid Price;


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


This Guarantee will remain in force up to and including the date ______ 2010. Any demand in respect of
this guarantee should reach the Bank not later than the above date.



DATE: ____.______.2010                            SIGNATURE OF THE BANK
_______________________


PLACE : NEW DELHI
                                          WITNESS                       _______________________



                                          SEAL                             _______________________

[signature, name, and address]




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                                                  Annex B

              PERFORMANCE BANK FOR CONSTRUCTION (BANK GUARANTEE)

To:   _________________[name of Employer]_________________________[address of Employer]

WHERE AS _______________________[name                        and   address        of      Concessionaire]
______________________ (hereinafter called "the Concessionaire) has undertaken, in pursuance of
Contract No.____________dated_______to execute______________                 [name of Contract and brief
description of Works] (hereinafter called "the Contract");

AND WHEREAS it has been stipulated by you in the said Contract that the Concessionaire shall furnish
you with a Bank Guarantee by a recognized bank for the sum specified therein as performance Security
for Construction for compliance with his obligations in accordance with the Contract;

AND WHEREAS we have agreed to give the Concessionaire such a Bank Guarantee;

NOW THEREFORE we hereby affirm that we are the Guarantor and responsible to you, on behalf of the
Concessionaire, up to a total of_____________ [Amount of guarantee] [1]________________________
[in words], such sum being payable in the types and proportions of currencies in which the Contract
price is payable, and we undertake to pay you, upon your first written demand and without cavil or
argument, any sum or sums within the limits of ______________ [amount of guarantee as aforesaid
without your needing to prove or to show grounds or reasons for your demand for the sum specified
therein.

We hereby waive the necessity of your demanding the said debt from the Concessionaire before
presenting us with the demand.

We further agree that no change or addition to or other modification of the terms of the Contract or of the
Works to be performed thereunder or of any of the Contract documents which may be made between you
and the Concessionaire shall in any way release us from any liability under this guarantee, and we hereby
waive notice of any such change, addition or modification.

This guarantee shall be valid until …………………..

           Signature and seal of the guarantor…………………………

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     Name of Bank…………………………

     Address…………………………

     Date…………………………

1    An amount shall be inserted by the Guarantor, representing the percentage of the Contract Price
     specified in the Contract and denominated in Rupees.




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                                                   Annexe-C

       PERFORMANCE BANK FOR OPERATION & MAINTENANCE (BANK GUARANTEE)

To      ………………… [name of Employer]………………………… [address of Employer]

WHEREAS        …………………………               [Name       and   address    of   Concessionaire (hereinafter called
"the   Concessionaire)    has   undertaken,   in    pursuance   of   Contract   No.   …………………………
dated………………………… to execute [name of Contracted brief description of Works] (hereinafter
called "the Contract");

AND WHEREAS it has been stipulated by you in the said Contract that the Concessionaire shall furnish
you with a Bank Guarantee by a recognized bank for the sum specified therein as performance Security
for Operation and Maintenance for compliance with his obligations in accordance with the Contract;

AND WHEREAS we have agreed to give the Concessionaire such a Bank Guarantee;

NOW THEREFORE we hereby affirm that we are the Guarantor and responsible to you, on behalf of the
Concessionaire, up to a total of ………………………… [amount of guarantee] [1] …………………………
[in words], such sum being payable in the types and proportions of currencies in which the Contract
price is payable, and we undertake to pay you, upon your first written demand and without cavil or
argument, any sum or sums within the limits of ………………………… [amount of guarantee]1 as
aforesaid without your needing to prove or to show grounds or reasons for your demand for the sum
specified therein.

We hereby waive the necessity of your demanding the said debt from the Concessionaire before
presenting us with the demand.

We further agree that no change or addition to or other modification of the terms of the Contract or of the
Works to be performed there under or of any of the Contract documents which may be made between
you and the Concessionaire shall in any way release us from any liability under this guarantee, and we
hereby waive notice of any such change, addition or modification.

This guarantee shall be valid until ………………………………

        Signature and seal of the guarantor…………………………

        Name of Bank…………………………

        Address…………………………

        Date…………………………

1        An amount shall be inserted by the Guarantor, representing the percentage of the Contract Price
         specified in the Contract and denominated in Indian Rupees.


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                PART E

 CONCESSION AGREEMENT AND SCHEDULES




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              CONCESSION AGREEMENT

                        FOR

         "DESIGN, BUILD, OWN, OPERATION,
    MAINTENANCE & TRANSFER OF HIGH END
        PUBLIC TOILETS IN MCD MARKETS &
COMMERCIAL AREA IN MCD JURISDICTION, ON
                 DBOOMT BASIS”




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                                                        TABLE OF CONTENTS

CONCESSION AGREEMENT

1   ARTICLE 1 - DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION

    Definitions

    Principles of Interpretation

    Precedence of Documents

2   ARTICLE 2 - CONCESSION AND PROJECT SITE

    Grant of Concession................................................................................................................

    Concession Period ................................................................................................................

    Acceptance of the Concession................................................................................................

    Project Site ..............................................................................................................................

    Use of the Project Site.............................................................................................................

    Information about the Project Site ...........................................................................................

    Peaceful Possession ...............................................................................................................

    Rights over the Project Site.....................................................................................................

3   ARTICLE 3-PERFORMANCE SECURITY

    3.1      Performance Security ....................................................................................................

    3.2      Fresh Performance Security..........................................................................................

4   ARTICLE 4-REVENUE

    4.1      Collection and Appropriation of Revenue from

             Commercial utilization of site………………………………………..……….

    4.2      Collection ad Appropriation of Revenue from

             Advertisement at identified locations..............................................................................

5   ARTICLE 5 - OBLIGATIONS AND UNDERTAKINGS

    5.1      General Obligations of the Concessionaire...................................................................

    5.2      Obligations of the Concessionaire during Implementation

              Period ...........................................................................................................................

    5.3      Obligations of MCD .......................................................................................................

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6    ARTICLE 6-PROJECT IN CHARGE

     6.1   Appointment of Project in charge

7    ARTICLE 7-STEERING GROUP

     7.1   Constitution

     7.2   Functions

8    ARTICLE 8-DRAWINGS

     8.1   Preparation of Drawings

     8.2   Review and Approval of Drawings

9    ARTICLE 9-PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION & OPERATIONS

     9.1   Monitoring and Supervision during Implementation

     9.2   Project Completion

     9.3   Tests of Conformity

     9.4   Operation and Maintenance

     9.5   Maintenance Manual

     9.6   Maintenance Programme

     9.7   Emergency De-commissioning

     9.8   Rectification of Defects

     9.9   Monitoring and Supervision during Operations

10   ARTICLE 10-FINANCING ARRANGEMENT

     10.1 Financing Arrangement

     10.2 Amendments to Financing Documents

11   ARTICLE 11-CONCESSION FEE

     11.1 The Concession Fee

12   ARTICLE 12-INSURANCES

     12.1 Insurance during the Implementation Period

     12.2 Insurance during the Operations Period

     12.3 Insurance Companies

     12.4 Evidence of Insurance Cover
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     12.5 Application of Insurance Proceeds

     12.6 Validity of the Insurance Cover

13   ARTICLE 13-CHANGE OF SCOPE
     13.1 Change of Scope

14   ARTICLE 14
     14.1 Reduction in numbers of Toilet sites in notified locations

15   ARTICLE 15- FORCE MAJEURE

     15.1 Force Majeure Event

     15.2 Non Political Event

     15.3 Indirect Political Event

     15.4 Political Event

     15.5 Effect of Force Majeure Event

     15.6 Allocation of costs during subsistence of Force Majeure

     15.7 Dispute Resolution

     15.8 Liability for other losses, damages etc

     15.9 Duty to Report

     15.10Excuse from performance of obligations

16   ARTICLE 16-EVENTS OF DEFAULT AND TERMINATION

     16.1 Event of Default

     16.2 Termination due to Event of Default

     16.3 Rights of MCD on Termination

17   ARTICLE 17-CHANGE IN LAW

     17.1 Change in Law

18   ARTICLE 18-HAND OVER AND DEFECT LIABILITY PERIOD

     18.1 Handing Over of the Project Assets

19   ARTICLE 19-DISPUTE RESOLUTION

     19.1 Amicable Resolution

     19.2 Arbitration

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20   ARTICLE 20 - REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES AND DISCLAIMER
     20.1 Representations and Warranties of the Concessionaire Disclaimer

     20.2 Representations and Warranties of MCD

21   ARTICLE 21-PROJECT ACCOUNT
     21.1 Project Account

22   ARTICLE 22-MISCELLANEOUS

     22.1Assignment and Charges

     22.2 Liability And Indemnity

     22.3 Governing Law and Jurisdiction

     22.4 Waiver

     22.5 Survival

     22.6 Amendments

     22.7 Notices

     22.8 Severability

     22.9 No Partnership

     22.10 Language

     22.11 Exclusion of Implied Warranties etc

     22.12 Counterparts

23   SCHEDULES
     23.1 SCHEDULE A-PROJECT & PROJECT FACILITY - LOCATION

     23.2 SCHEDULE B-PROJECT & PROJECT FACILITY-SCOPE WORK

     23.3 SCHEDULE C - PROJECT COMPLETION SCHEDULE...............................................

     23.4 SCHEDULE D - PROJECT IN CHARGE'S SERVICES
           (Implementation Period) ..............................................................................................

     23.5 SCHEDULE E - PROJECT IN CHARGE'S SERVICES (Operations Period).................

     23.6 SCHEDULE F- DRAWINGS ..........................................................................................

     23.7 SCHEDULE G - SPECIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS ...............................................

     23.8 SCHEDULE H - MINIMUM MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS....................................

     23.9 SCHEDULE- I - PARTICULARS OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE...................................

     23.10 SCHEDULE J - MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ..........................................

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                                    CONCESSION AGREEMENT

THIS CONCESSION AGREEMENT is entered into at_________________on                                 this ______day
of______month,      2010.   BETWEEN       THE       ______________,         Municipal   Corporation     of   Delhi,
_________________in their executive capacity (hereinafter referred to as "MCD" or the "Occasioning
Authority, which expression shall include its successors and assigns) of the first part;

                                                      AND

M/S……………………….a                 company      incorporated         under    the Companies Act, 1956, having its
registered office at…………………………(hereinafter Referred to as the "Concessionaire", which
expression shall include its permitted successors and assigns).of the second part

                                                       AND

M/S……………………………….a                        Company             incorporated         under        ……………having
its…………………….Office at ………………. (herein after                       referred      to      as ………………………….
which expression shall include its permitted successors ad assigns) of the third part.

                                                     AND

M/s. ………………………….a                 company         incorporated under having     it’s ……………………. Office at
…………………. (hereinafter referred to as ………………………….which expression                                shall include its
permitted successors and assigns) of the fourth part.

PREAMBLE WHEREAS

A.      MCD has conceived and is keen to undertake " DESIGN, BUILD, OWN, OPERATION,
        MAINTENANCE & TRANSFER OF HIGH END PUBLIC TOILETS IN MCD MARKETS &
        COMMERCIAL AREA IN MCD JURISDICTION, ON DBOOMT BASIS”, BELONGING TO
        MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF DELHI” (together hereinafter referred to as the “Project”) with
        private sector participation to Design, Build, Own, Operate, Maintain and Transfer (DBOOMT)
        basis.

B.      MCD has invited tenders from eligible person, firm, companies, consortiums, joint ventures for
        implementing the Project;

C.      In response to the aforesaid invitation for tenders, MCD has received bids from bidders including
        the Concessionaire for implementing the Project;

D.   ____________________, MCD,           after     evaluating   the     aforesaid   bids,   accepted    the   bid
        submitted    by     the Concessionaire and issued the Letter of Acceptance (LOA) No: ……….
        Dated……….to the Concessionaire;

E.      In accordance with the requirements of the said tender/bid submitted by the Concessionaire,
      MCD has agreed to grant to the Concessionaire the Concession (as hereinafter defined) for the
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        Concession Period, to finance, construct, operate and maintain the Project, pay an agreed
        concession fee to MCD, and at the end of the Concession Period transfer the notified Toilet sites
        and the associated public amenities to MCD, on the terms, conditions and covenants hereinafter
        set forth in this Agreement.

F.      The Concessionaire hereby accepts the Concession granted and undertakes to implement the
        Project in terms of this Agreement.

G.      M/S ____________            are the promoters / shareholders of the Concessionaire Company and
        have joined as parties to this Agreement as confirming parties for the due performance by the
        Concessionaire of its obligations under this Agreement.

NOW THEREFORE in lieu of the mutual promises and considerations set out herein, MCD and the
Concessionaire (each individually a "Party" and collectively "Parties" hereto) hereby agree to be bound by
the provisions of this Agreement.

1     ARTICLE 1 - DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION

1.1   Definitions

        In this Agreement, the following words and expressions shall, unless repugnant to the context or
        meaning thereof, have the meanings hereinafter respectively assigned to them:

"Accounting Year" means the financial year commencing from 1st April of any calendar year and ending
on 31st March of the next calendar year.

“Anchor Brand” means the main occupant of First Floor, is a nationally or internationally established
brand or Company in “permitted sectors” with minimum 5 fully operational establishments in the National
Capital Region(NCR). The tobacco & alcoholic liquor/ liquor brands, products and other prohibited
products which are not to be sold, distributed or consumed at public place are excluded from same. The
Anchor Brand along with concessionaire is responsible for operations & maintenance of the Public Toilets
& entire premise/s

"Agreement" means this Agreement including Schedules 'A' through 'J' hereto, and any amendments
thereto made in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement.

"Applicable Laws" means all laws, promulgated or brought into force and effect and all Rules and
Regulations made and all Notifications and Guidelines issued there under by the Government of India,
Government of Delhi and MCD, including all judgments, decrees, injections, writs and orders of any court
of record, as may be in force and effect during the subsistence of this Agreement.

"Applicable Permits" means all clearances except for the “Environmental Clearance” for the project
(which shall be obtained by the MCD at their own cost), permits, authorizations, consents and approvals
under or pursuant to Applicable Laws, required to be obtained and maintained by the Concessionaire,
in order to implement the Project and to provide the Project Facility in accordance with this Agreement.

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"Arbitration Act" means the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 and shall include any modifications to
or any re-enactment thereof as in force from time to time.

"Bid Variable" means the concession fee payable by the Concessionaire to MCD as provided in Article
11.

"Change in Law" means the occurrence of any of the following after the date of this Agreement:

        a.      the enactment of any new Indian law;

        b.      the repeal, modification or re-enactment of any existing Indian law:

        c.      the commencement of any Indian law which has not entered into effect until the date of
                this Agreement;

        d.      a change in the interpretation or application of any India law by a court of record as
                compared to such interpretation or application by a court of record prior to the date of this
                Agreement; or

        e.      any change in the rates of any of the taxes.

"MCD" means Municipal Corporation of Delhi.

"CODP" means Commercial Operations Date of Project as a whole which shall be the date on which the
Project in charge has issued Project Completion Certificate or Project Provisional Certificate upon
completion of Construction of public Toilets, fully completed in all respects, as envisaged under the
Project and which shall, subject to the provisions of this Agreement, be not later that 12(Twelve) months
from Commencement Date.

"CODS" means Commercial Operations date for a group of notified Toilet sites which shall be, date on
which Project in charge has issued Stage Provisional Certificate upon completion of pre-agreed group
Construction of Toilet sites, fully completed in all respects, as envisaged under Project

"Commencement Date" means the date on which the physical possession along with necessary area
map, duly certified by an Officer of rank not less than an Assistant Engineer, of the Project Site is
delivered by MCD to the Concessionaire.

"Completion Certificate" means the certificate issued by the Project in charge pursuant to Clause 9.3
(d).

"Concession" shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in Clause 2.1.

"Concession Period" means the period as applicable specified in Clause 2.2.

"Concessionaire" means M/s. _________________________________ and                      shall   include    its
successor’s and permitted assigns expressly approved by MCD.


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"Renovation Works" means all works and things necessary to achieve commercial operation of the
Project in accordance with this Agreement.

"Contractor" means any person with whom the Concessionaire has entered into/ may enter into all or
any of the Project Agreements.

"Cure Period" means the period specified in this Agreement for curing any breach or default of any
provision of this Agreement by Party responsible for such breach or default.

"Debt Due" means the aggregate of the following sums expressed in Rupees, outstanding and payable
to the Lenders under the Financing Documents:

    (i)       the principal amount of the debt provided by the Lenders under the Financing Documents for
              financing the Project (the "principal") which is outstanding as on     the Termination Date but
              excluding any part of the principal that had fallen due for repayment one year prior to the
              Termination Date unless such repayment had bee rescheduled with the prior consent of
              MCD; and

    (ii)      all accrued interest, financing fees and charges payable on or in respect of the debt referred
              to in sub-clause (i) above up to the date preceding the Termination Date but excluding (a)
              any interest, fees or charges that had fallen due one year prior to the Termination Date, and
              (b) penal interest or charges payable under the Financing Documents to the Lenders.

"Dispute" shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in Clause 19.1.

"Dispute Resolution Procedure" means the procedure for resolution of Disputes set forth in Article 19.

"Drawings" means all of the drawings, designs and documents pertaining to the Project as set forth in
Schedule 'F and shall include "as built" drawings of the Project.

"Emergency" means a condition or situation that is likely to endanger the security of the individual’s on
or about the Project including users thereof or which poses an immediate threat of material damage to
any of the Project Assets.

"Encumbrance"         means     any     encumbrance      such       as   mortgage,     charge,    pledge, lie,
hypothecation, security interest, assignment, any judicial court stay or ruling, privilege or priority of any
kind having the effect on the security or other such obligations and shall include without limitation     any
designation     of loss payees or beneficiaries or any similar arrangement under any insurance policy
pertaining to the Project, and physical encumbrances and encroachments on the Project Site.

"Equity" means the sum expressed in Rupees representing the equity share capital of the
Concessionaire for meeting equity component of the Total Project Cost.

"Project in charge" means the Project in charge appointed pursuant to Clause 6.1 for the
“Implementation Period”.


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"Financing Documents" means the documents executed by the Concessionaire in respect of financial
assistance (including refinancing) for the Project to be provided by the Lenders by way of loans,
advances, subscription to debentures and other debt instruments and guarantees, risk participation, take-
out financing or any other form of credit enhancement and shall include loan agreements, guarantee
agreements,     subscription    agreements,      notes and any documents providing security for such
financial assistance, and includes amendments or modifications made thereto.

"Financial Close" means the date on which the Financing Documents providing for funding by the
Lenders have become effective and the Concessionaire has immediate access to such funding under the
Financing Documents.

"Force Majeure Event" shall have meaning ascribed thereto in Clause 15.1.

"Good Industry Practice" means those practices, methods, techniques, standards, skills, diligence and
prudence which are generally and reasonably expected of and accepted nationally from a reasonably
skilled and experienced operator engaged in the same type of undertaking as envisaged under this
Agreement and acting generally in accordance with the provisions of the MCD Act, and rules made there
under and would mean good engineering practices in the design, engineering, Construction and project
management and which would be expected to result in the performance by the Concessionaire of its
obligations and in the operation and maintenance of the Project in accordance with this Agreement,
Applicable Laws, Applicable Permits, reliability, safety, environment protection, economy and efficiency.

"Government Agency" means the Government of India, the Government of Delhi, MCD, or any State
government or government department, commission, board, body, bureau, agency, authority,
instrumentality, court or other judicial or administrative body, central, state, or local, having jurisdictions
over the Concessionaire, the Project Assets or any portion thereof, or the performance of all or any of the
services or obligations of the Concessionaire under or pursuant to this Agreement.

"Implementation Period" means the period beginning from the Commencement Date and ending on the
CODP. The Implementation Period shall be the estimated construction period plus a reasonable time
(upto 10 months) required by the Concessionaire for all construction activities such as investigation/study,
designing, obtaining necessary approvals and arrangement of finance. The implementation period shall
only start when the MCD has handed over peaceful and free of any encumbrance, 80% of the identified
sites to the concessionaire, and that the concessionaire must record and accept all such sites in writing
duly signed by MCD.

"Immediate Surroundings" shall mean the surroundings within three (3.0) meters of the outer walls of
any individual site.

"Indirect Political Event" shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in Clause 15.3.

"Lenders" means the financial institutions, banks, funds, trusts or trustees of the holders of debentures
or the other securities, and their successors and assigns, who provide financial assistance to the
Concessionaire under any of the Financing Documents.

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"Maintenance Manual" shall have the meaning ascribed to it in Clause 9.5.

"Maintenance Programme" shall have the meaning ascribed to it in Clause 9.6.

"Material Adverse Effect" means material adverse effect on (a) the ability of the Concessionaire to
observe and perform any of its rights and obligations under and in accordance with the provisions of this
Agreement and/or (b) the legality, validity, biding nature or enforceability of this Agreement.

"Material Breach" means a breach by either Party of any of its obligations under this Agreement which is
likely to have a Material Adverse Effect on the Project and which such Party shall have failed to cure
within the Cure Period.

"Project in charge" means an independent consultant appointed by the MCD for the “Operations Period”
under written communication to the Concessionaire, to undertake, perform and carry out such functions,
duties, responsibilities, services and activities as set forth in Schedule 'E' hereto and elsewhere in this
Agreement.

"Minimum Maintenance Requirements" means minimum maintenance requirements for the
maintenance of the Project as set forth in Schedule 'H”.

“Non Political Event" shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in Clause 15.2.

"O&M" means the operation and maintenance of the Project during Operations Period including but not
limited to functions of maintenance, collection and retention of Fees and charges and performance of
other services incidental thereto.

"O&M Contract" means the Operation and Maintenance Contract that may be entered into between the
Concessionaire and the O&M Contractor for O&M of the Project / Project Facility.

"O&M Contractor" means the person or entity with whom the Concessionaire has entered into an O&M
Contract for discharging O&M functions for and on behalf of the Concessionaire.

"O&M Expenses" means the expenses incurred by or on behalf of the Concessionaire, duly certified by
its Statutory Auditors for all regularly scheduled and reasonably anticipated O&M functions during
Operation Period, including, without limitations (a) all cost of salaries and other employee compensation
and contract fee payable to the O&M Contractor, if any, (b) cost of materials, supplies, utilities and other
services, (c) premium for insurance, (d) all applicable franchisee, excise, property and other similar taxes
and all costs and fees incurred in order to obtain and maintain all Applicable Permits necessary for the
O&M of the Project/Project Facility at its full design capacity, (e) all repair, replacement and maintenance
costs of the Project/Project Facility, and (f) all other expenditures required to be incurred under Applicable
Law or under Applicable Permits necessary for the operation and maintenance of the Project according to
the Specifications and Standards at its full design capacity.

"Operations Period" means the period commencing from the date of “Stage Provisional Completion
Certificate” and ending at the expiry of the “Concession Period.”

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"Parties" means the parties to this Agreement collectively and "Party" shall mean either of the Parties to
this Agreement individually.

"Performance Security" means the Performance Security for Construction or Performance Security for
operation and maintenance as applicable in terms of Article 3.

“Permitted Sectors” means the sectors in which the “Anchor Brand” is operating & offering its services
or products. The sectors permitted for the project includes Hospitality, Food & Beverages, Beauty-Health-
Fitness, Education, Banking & Financial Services ATM, Offices, High-end Retailing, 24 Hrs Convienence
Services, Pharmacy & Entertainment. Any other sector can be added only after the approval of the
Commissioner of MCD, and his decision in this regard shall be final & binding.

"Person" means any individual, company, corporation, partnership, joint venture, trust, unincorporated
organization, government or Government Agency or any other legal entity.

"Political Event" shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in Clause 15.4.

"Project" means the project including the scope of work as described in Schedules “A” and “B” which the
Concessionaire is required to design, engineer, procure, finance, construct, operate, maintain            and
transfer in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement.

"Project Agreements" means collectively this Agreement, any contract for the design, engineering,
procurement, construction and renovation of the Project, O&M Contract and any other material contract
(other than the Financing Documents) entered into or may hereafter be entered into by the
Concessionaire in connection with the Project.

"Project Assets" means all physical and other assets relating to and forming part of the Project including
but not limited to (i) rights over the Project Site in the form of license, or otherwise, (ii) tangible assets
such as civil works including foundations, embankments, pavements, drainage works, lighting facilities,
sign boards, electrical works for lighting on the Project, equipment for the Project, and wayside amenities,'

"Project Completion" shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in Clause 9.2.

"Project Completion Schedule" means the progressive Project milestones set forth in Schedule 'C’ for
the implementation of the Project.

"Project Facility" means collectively the facilities on the Project Site to be developed, built, installed,
erected or upgraded provided by the Concessionaire for use of the users by implementing the Project
and more specifically set out in Schedule 'B”

"Project Site" means all the identified sites on which the Toilets Project is to be implemented and the
Project Facility is to be provided in accordance with this Agreement.

"Provisional Certificate" shall have the meaning ascribed to it in Clause 9.3(e).

“Public Amenities Utilities” shall have the meaning ascribed to it in Schedule 'B”.

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"Punch List" shall have the meaning ascribed thereto in Clause 9.3(e).

"Scheduled Project Completion Date" shall have the meaning set forth in Clause 9.2(b).

"Specifications and Standards" means the specifications and standards relating to the quality, capacity
and other requirements for the Project as set forth in Schedule 'G' and any modifications thereof, or
additions thereto as included in the design and engineering for the Project submitted by the
Concessionaire to, and expressly approved by MCD.

“Stage Provisional Completion Certificate” shall have the meaning set forth in Clause 9.2(e).

"Statutory Auditors" means a reputed firm of Chartered Accountants duly licensed to practice in India
acting as statutory auditors of the Concessionaire.

"Steering Group" means the Steering Group constituted pursuant to Clause 7.

"Termination" means termination        of this Agreement and the Concession        hereunder pursuant to a
Termination   Notice or otherwise in     accordance with the provisions of this Agreement but shall not,
unless the context otherwise requires, include the expiry of this Agreement / Concession due to expiry to
the Concession Period in the normal course.

"Termination Date" means the date on which the Termination occurs which shall be the date on which
Termination Notice has been delivered or deemed to have been         delivered by a Party issuing the same
to the other Party in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement.

"Termination Notice" means a communication in writing by a Party to the other Party regarding
Termination in accordance with the applicable provisions of this Agreement.

"Tests" means the tests to be carried out to determine the Project Completion and its certification by the
Project in charge prior to commencement of commercial operation of the Project.

"Total Project Cost" means the lowest of the following:

(a)     Actual capital cost of the Project upon completion of the Project as certified by the Statutory
        Auditors; or

(b)     Total project cost as set forth in Financing Documents.

1.2     Principles of Interpretation

a.      The Article numbers, clause numbers, headings and marginal headings in this Agreement are
        solely for the purpose of facilitating reference and shall not impact the renovation or interpretation
        of this Agreement.

b.      Words importing Persons or Parties shall include firms, companies, corporations, trusts,
        associations and any organizations having legal capacity to sue and be issued in their names.


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c.      Words importing the singular also include the plural and vice-versa where the context requires.

d.      Words importing one gender also include other gender.

e.      In case of ambiguities or discrepancies in this Agreement, the following shall apply;

        (i)       between two Articles of this Agreement, the provisions of specific Articles relevant to the
                  issue under consideration shall prevail over those in other Articles;

        (ii)      between the Clauses and the Schedules, the Clauses shall prevail;

        iii)      between the written description on the drawings and the Specifications and Standards,
                  the latter shall prevail;

        iv)       between the dimensions scaled from the drawings and their specific written dimensions,
                  the latter shall prevail;

        v)        between any value written in numerals and that in words, the latter shall prevail.

f.      Any word not specifically defined herein shall have the same meaning as is given                  in the
        standard Oxford Dictionary, with reference to the context in which it is used.

1.3     Precedence of Documents

        The documents referred to in this Agreement and forming part thereof are to be taken as mutually
        explanatory of one another. If there is a ambiguity or discrepancy in the documents, the
        Occasioning Authority         shall   issue any   necessary clarification or      instructions   to   the
        Concessionaire, and the precedence of the documents shall be as follows: -

        i)        This Concession Agreement

        ii)       The Schedules to this Agreement

        iii)      The "Letter of Award"

        iv)       The Bids submitted by the Concessionaire

        v)        The written clarifications issued to the bidders

        vi)       Written addenda to the RFP

2     ARTICLE 2 - CONCESSION AND PROJECT SITE

2.1     Grant of Concession

        a) Subject to and in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement, MCD
               hereby irrevocably grants and authorizes the Concessionaire on an exclusive basis to
               investigate, study, finance, construct, occupy and possess, operate and maintain the

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           complete Project/ Project Facility for the term of thirty (30) years, including the right to sub-
           lease, sub-license and/or, permit any person to occupy and/or possess the Project Facility, in
           whole or in part, and to exercise and/or enjoy the rights to collect revenue, rent, fee, charges
           and other amounts from commercial utilization including renting, licensing of space allocated
           as set forth in this Agreement which shall interalia entail use and commercially exploit all
           facilities, furniture and fixture basis, collectively known as "the Concession".

       b) Subject to due performance of (a) above, the title of interest, ownership and rights with regard
           to Project/Project Facility upgraded by the Concessionaire for MCD along with fixture fittings
           provided therein and the land allotted by the MCD shall vest with the MCD except that these
           will be occupied, possessed, operated and maintained by the Concessionaire                     and
           transferred back to MCD after the completion of concession period as agreed in this
           Agreement. Without prejudice, the Concessionaire shall be entitled to divest, sell, lease,
           transfer, part with, in whole or in part, any or all of its rights and authorizations to any person
           or entity at its sole discretion at any time on such terms and conditions as may be agreed to
           between the Concessionaire and such third person(s), without any interference of MCD.

       c) A Tripartite agreement needs to signed between the Occupant/ Anchor Brand, The
           Concessionaire and the MCD to assure MCD that the occupant/Anchor Brand/
           Concessionaire would not encroach upon, or would not undertake any activity which is
           contrary to this agreement and the sirit of the project, and that the concessionaire/ Occupant/
           Anchor Brand etc would vacate the site in all respect at the end of concession period and in
           accordance to the terms & conditions as specified in this document.

 2.2   Concession Period

       The Concession hereby granted is for a period of 30 years commencing from date of completion
       of gestation period i.e. 9 months from the date of signing of the Concession Agreement during
       which the Concessionaire is authorized to implement the Project and to operate the Project
       Facility in accordance with the provisions hereof. The concession period may be further
       increased by The MCD Commissioner solely at his own discretion and his decision in this regard
       would be final & binding.

 2.3   Acceptance of the Concession

       The Concessionaire hereby accepts the Concession and agrees and undertakes to implement
       the Project/Project Facility, and to perform/discharge all of its obligations in accordance with the
       terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement.

 2.4   Project Site

       (a) MCD hereby undertakes to handover to the Concessionaire physical possession of the
           Project Sites, in batches of 50 or as per the convenience of MCD, free from Encumbrance
           within 45 days from the date of issue of the Letter of Intent/Work Order together with the

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           necessary rights of way/way leaves for the purpose of implementing the Project in
           accordance with this Agreement. The first batch of 50 sites would be handed over in 15 days,
           then the second in following 15 days and the balance in following 15 days, all within 45 days
           from the date of issue of letter of intent/ work order. MCD’s Engineering & Sanitation
           Department to ensure that the identified sites are peacefully handed over to the
           concessionaire without any encumbrance.

       (b) MCD confirms that all those sites which have been given to the other parties, will be
           subsequently cancelled and will be handed over the the Concessionaire. Handover
           of vacant and peaceful possession of all such sites, if any, will be delivered to the
           Concessionaire after removing encumbrances, if any, in the first and second phase
           of delivery. This agreement will supersede all other agreements entered into by
           MCD with other parties for all the sites/ locations mentioned in the agreements.

       (c) in addition to sites identified in the list, the concessionaire is to construct one such Toilet
          Block at New Delhi Railway Station, with additional facilities for Bathrooms, provide and
          Demarcate space for G2C Kiosk(the G2C Kiosk would be provided & installed by some other
          agency) at the Ground floor in prominent location, along with all other facilities being provided
          in the project. The concessionaire to also provide a large welcome sign on top (minimum
          height 4ft), along the boundary of the toilet block all around, with translation of message in
          four languages, Hindi, English, Punjabi & Urdu. The content of the message would be
          provided by the MCD. The signage to be suitable illuminated.

       (d) MCD confirms that upon the Project Site being handed over pursuant to the preceding sub-
           Clause (a) the Concessionaire shall have the right to enter upon, occupy and use the Project
           Site and to make at its costs, charges and expenses such development and improvements in
           the Project Site as may be necessary or appropriate to implement the Project and to provide
           the Project Facility subject to and in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement.

 2.5   Use of the Project Site

       The Concessionaire shall not without prior written consent or approval of MCD use the Project
       Site for any purpose other than for the purposes of the Project/ the Project Facility and purposes
       incidental thereto as permitted under this Agreement or as may otherwise be approved by MCD.

 2.6   Information about the Project Site

       The information about the Project Site is provided by MCD in good faith and with due regard to
       the matters for which such information is required by the Concessionaire. MCD agrees to provide
       to the Concessionaire, upon a reasonable request, any further information relating to the Project
       Site, which MCD may now possess or may hereafter come to possess. Subject to this MCD
       makes no representation and gives no warranty to the Concessionaire in              respect of the
       condition of the Project Site.


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 2.7     Peaceful Possession

         MCD warrants that:

   (a) the Project Site having been acquired through the due process of law belongs to and is vested in
         MCD, and that MCD has full powers to hold, dispose of and deal with the same consistent, inter
         alia, with the provisions of this Agreement;

   (b) the Concessionaire shall have no obligation/liability as to payment of any compensation
         whatsoever to whomsoever the Project Site or any part thereof had been acquired from and that
         the same shall be the sole responsibility of MCD; and

   (c) The Concessionaire shall, subject to complying with the terms and conditions of this Agreement,
         remain in peaceful possession and enjoyment of the Project Site during the Concession Period.
         In   the event the Concessionaire is obstructed by any Person/Company claiming any right, title
         or interest in or over the Project Site or any part thereof MCD shall, if called upon by the
         Concessionaire, defend the Concessionaire against such claims and proceedings and also keep
         the Concessionaire indemnified against any direct or consequential loss or damages which the
         Concessionaire may suffer, on account of any such right, title, interest or charge.

 2.8     Rights over the Project Site

         (a) The Concessionaire shall have exclusive rights to the use of the Project Site in accordance
              with the provisions of this Agreement.

              The Concessionaire shall allow access to, and use of the Project Site/ Project Facility for the
              authorities agencies laying telecommunication lines, electric lines or such other public
              purposes as MCD may specify, provided that such access or use does not result in a Material
              Adverse Effect or closure of Project Facility for a period exceeding 30 days at a stretch at any
              locations and that MCD undertakes to ensure that the Project Facility is restored at the cost
              and expenses of MCD as per the Specifications and Standards. Where such access or use
              causes any loss of revenue to the Concessionaire, MCD shall compensate the
              Concessionaire for such loss by increasing the Concession Period suitably.

  (b.)        The Concessionaire shall not part with or create any Encumbrance on the whole or any part
              of the Project Site save and except as set forth and permitted under this Agreement provided
              however that nothing contained herein shall be construed or interpreted as restriction on the
              right of the Concessionaire to appoint any Contractor for the performance of its obligations
              hereunder including for operation and maintenance of all or any part of the Project/ Project
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3      ARTICLE 3 - PERFORMANCE SECURITY

3.1       Performance Security

(a)         The Concessionaire shall, for due and punctual performance of its obligations during the
            Implementation Period, deliver to MCD, simultaneously with the execution of this Agreement, a
            Fixed Deposit Receipt (FDR) or an      irrevocable Bank Guarantee from an Indian Nationalized/
            Scheduled Bank in       the prescribed format pledged in favor of "The Commissioner”, Municipal
            Corporation of Delhi, for a sum equivalent to Rs.      /= Lakhs (Rupees                  only) as
            the "Performance Security for project". (The performance security shall be 5% of the value of the
            contract) This shall be returned on successful completion of the project.

(b)        The Concessionaire shall for due and punctual performance of obligations during the Operation &
           Maintenance Period deliver to MCD on or before the COD, a Fixed Deposit Receipt (FDR) or an
           irrevocable Bank Guarantee from a Indian Nationalized/ Scheduled Bank in the prescribed format
           pledged in favor "The Commissioner, Municipal Corporation of Delhi" for sum,Rs._________
           Lakhs (Rupees _________ Lakhs only)as the "Performance Security for Operation and
           Maintenance" during the entire Concession      Period. (The performance security shall be 5% of
           the value of the contract)

      3.2 Fresh Performance Security

         In the event of the encashment of the Performance Security by MCD pursuant to Encashment
         Notice issued in accordance with the provisions of Article 16 the Concessionaire shall within 30
         (thirty) days of Encashment Notice furnish to MCD fresh Performance Security failing which MCD
         shall be entitled to terminate this Agreement in accordance with provisions of Article 16. The
         provisions set forth in Clause 3.1 above shall apply mutatis mutandis to such fresh Performance
         Security

4       ARTICLE 4 - REVENUE

4.1        Collection and Appropriation of Revenue from Commercial utilization of site & Advertisement

i)         Subject to the provisions of this Agreement, the Concessionaire shall during Operations Period be
           entitled to demand and collect revenue from advertisement and other commercial activities
           (including collecting rent/ lease charges from the occupants etc) at the Project Site as permitted
           by MCD in this Agreement

ii)        In case any advertisement space or commercial space at site remains unutilized, no adjustment
           in the Bid Variable will be allowed under any circumstances.

iii)       All the applicable taxes by MCD would have to be borne by the Concessionaire including the
           advertisement display.

iv)        Concessionaire can charge a service fee of RS 1 for Urinal Usage & Rs 2 for WC usage. The
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              concessionaire can charge Rs25 as service charges for the use of bathrooms for bathing, a
              facility which is to be provided in addition to all other facilities as mentioned in the document, at
              the toilet block to be constructed in the New Delhi Railway Staion premises.The concessionaire
              shall not increase the above charges and shall not charge any Fee for use of any other facilities
              provided in the toilet area from the users of the Public toilet unless approved by the MCD
              Commissioner in writing.




5           ARTICLE 5 - OBLIGATIONS AND UNDERTAKINGS

In         addition to and not in derogations or substitution of any of the obligations set out elsewhere in this
Agreement, the Parties agree and undertake as under

     5.1      General Obligations of the Concessionaire

              The Concessionaire shall at its own cost and expense:

     (i)      Investigate, study, do physical surveys, soil testing, conceptualize, design, upgrade, operate and
              maintain the Project Asset Project Facility in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement,
              Good Industry Practice and Applicable Laws;

    (ii)      Obtain all Applicable Permit permissions, (excluding the “Environmental Clearance”) in conformity
              with the Applicable Laws and be in compliance thereof at all times during the Concession Period;

    (iii)     Ensure that services of water supply, sewerage, drainage, electricity, telephone etc. in the
              vicinity, encountered during the period of renovation/ operation/ maintenance of the Toilet are not
              damaged.

    (iv)      Procure and maintain in full force and effect, as necessary, appropriate proprietary rights,
              licensees, agreements and permissions for materials, methods, processes and systems used in
              or incorporated into the Project;

    (v)       Ensure and procure that each Project Agreement contains provisions that would entitles MCD or
              a nominee of MCD to step into such Agreement at MCD 's discretion, in place and substitution of
              the Concessionaire in the event of Termination pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement;

    (vi)      Provide all assistance to the Project in charge/ MCD Engineer and Steering Group as they may
              reasonably require for the performance of their duties and services under this Agreement;

    (vii)     Provide to the Steering Group, reports on a regular basis during the Implementation Period and
              the Operations Period in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement; The Concessionaire
              shall adhere to the provisions of MCD Act, by-laws and rules in connection with display of
              advertisements. The Concessionaire shall also pay/ ensure payment to MCD of advertisement
              tax, if any, in respect of the advertisements displayed in accordance with the provisions of MCD
      Act and the by-laws and rules hereunder.
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 (viii) Appoint, supervise, monitor and control the activities of Contractors under their respective Project
          Agreements as may be necessary;

 (ix)     Make efforts to maintain harmony and good industrial relations among the personnel employed in
          connection with the performance of the Concessionaire’s obligations under this Agreement;

 (x)      Develop, implement and administer a safety program for the Project/Project Facility and the users
          thereof and the Contractors' personnel engaged in the provision of any services under any of the
          Project Agreements including correction of safety violations and deficiencies, and taking of all
          other actions necessary to provide a safe environment in accordance with Applicable Laws and
          Good Industry Practice;

 (xi)     Not place or create or permit any Contractor or other person claiming through or under the
          Concessionaire to create or place any Encumbrance over all or any part of the Project Assets, or
          on any rights of the Concessionaire therein, save and except as expressly set forth in          this
          Agreement;

 (xii)    Be responsible for safety, soundness and durability of the Project Facility including all structures
          forming part thereof and their compliance with the Specifications and Standards;

 (xiii)   Ensure that the Project Site remains free from all encroachments and take all steps necessary to
          remove encroachments, if any.

 (xiv) Operate and maintain the Project at all times during the Operations Period in conformity with this
          Agreement in accordance with the Specifications and Standards, the Maintenance Programme
          and Good Industry Practice;

 (xv)     The concessionaire shall also pay service tax/ other taxes (if levied/ Levi able) applicable in
          relation to this project during the concession period.

 (xvi) Ensure that Project Site and facilities created are not defaced by any kind of writing posters.

 5.2 Obligations of the Concessionaire during Implementation Period

 (a)      The Concessionaire shall, before commencement of construction & Installation of the Project;

 (i) Submit to the Engineer with due regard to Project Completion Schedule and Scheduled Project
          Completion Date, its construction & on site installation time schedule;

 (ii) have requisite organization and designate and appoint suitable officers /representatives as it may
          deem appropriate to supervise the Project and to liaison with the Engineer/the Steering Group
          and to be responsible for all necessary exchange of information required pursuant to this
          Agreement;

 (iii) Undertake, do and perform all such acts, deeds and things as may be necessary or required to
          adhere to the Project Completion Schedule and to achieve Project Completion under and in

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          accordance with this Agreement;

 (b)      The Concessionaire shall, at all times, afford access to the Project Site, to the Steering Group,
          the authorized representatives of MCD, Engineer and officer of any Government Agency having
          jurisdiction over the Project, including those covered with safety, security or environmental
          protection, to inspect the Project and to investigate any matter within their authority and upon
          reasonable notice, the Concessionaire shall provide to such persons reasonable assistance
          necessary to carry out their respective duties and functions.

 (c )     The Concessionaire shall apply for and obtain all necessary clearances and/ or approvals for the
          construction of notified Toilet site/s. The Concessionaire shall bear all costs and charges for
          special or temporary sites required by it in connection with access to the Project Site. The
          Concessionaire shall obtain at its cost such facilities on or outside the Project Site as may be
          required by it for the purposes of the Project and the performance of its obligations under this
          Agreement.

 (d)      In case of loss due to theft or damage to the assets created in the premises, the Concessionaire
          shall be responsible for making good the same immediately at its new cost and shall continue to
          keep the Toilets operational and available for public use, at all times, within    the Concession
          Period.

 5.3      Obligations of MCD

          The Municipal Corporation of Delhi shall:

  (i)      hand over the physical possession of the Project Site/s to the Concessionaire within 45 days
           from the date of this Agreement, free from any Encumbrance, the MCD would handover the site
           in sets, the first set of 50 to be handed over in 15 days, then the second(50) and final(50+50)
           set to be handed over within the gap of 15 days each. MCD’s Engineering & Sanitation
           Department to ensure that the identified sites are peacefully handed over to the concessionaire
           without any encumbrance.

  (ii)     Ensure that the Project Site remains free from all encroachments and take all steps necessary
           to remove encroachments, if any;

  (iii)    Grant or where appropriate provide necessary assistance as far as possible to the
           Concessionaire in securing Applicable Permits, permissions and approvals required for
           implementation and operation of the project. However, the concessionaire shall be liable to pay
           such fee or deposits to the concerned authorities as may be necessary. The concessionaire
           shall at its own cost obtain necessary electricity, water, sewer, telephone or any other
           connection.

  (iv)     Preventing any encroachments and/or any unauthorized use of the Project/Project Facility.

           Ensure safety and security of the Project/Project Facility in the Operations period.
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     (v)        Though it is understood that it is the responsibility of the Concessionaire to ensure
                accomplishment of the project, however, MCD will endeavour to ensure that there
                should not be undue hinderance in obtaining requisite permission / licenses, which
                should not be unreasonably withheld by other Government department and the project
                is accompliashed well within the stipulated period.




6     ARTICLE 6 - PROJECT IN CHARGE

    6.1     Appointment of Project in charge

      The ________________ shall be the Project in charge to undertake, perform and carry-out the
           duties, responsibilities, services and activities set forth in Schedule D.

          (a)          The Project in charge shall submit to the Steering Group reports at least once every
                       month or more frequently as the situation may warrant, on the progress of
                       implementation of the Project. Such reports of the Project in charge shall include but not
                       be limited to the matters and things set forth in said Schedule 'D”

          (b)          If either party disputes any advice, instruction or decision of the Project in charge, the
                       same shall be resolved in accordance with the Dispute Resolution Procedure set forth in
                       Article 19.

7     ARTICLE 7-STEERING GROUP

    7.1         Constitution

             MCD shall through an office order, constitute a Steering Group comprising of a representative
             each of the MCD, the representative from Corporators ,the Concessionaire and representative of
             MCD Market association/s within 30 days of this Agreement.

    7.2         Functions

             The Steering Group shall hold meetings at least once every month to review the progress during
             the Implementation Period and once every quarter during the Operations Period. The Steering
             Group shall carry out such functions and exercise such powers as are prescribed /conferred by
             MCD from time to time.

8     ARTICLE 8 - DRAWINGS

    8.1         Preparation of Drawings.

            The Concessionaire shall prepare at its own cost, charges and expenses including but not limited
            to all concept and detailed good for construction design drawings, service drawings, etc etc in
            accordance with the applicable Specifications and Standards, the Concessionaire shall be solely

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         responsible for the adequacy of the details.

 8.2     Review and Approval of Drawings.

  (a)     The Concessionaire shall promptly and in such sequence as is consistent with the Project
          Completion Schedule, submit a copy each of all drawings to the Project in charge.

  (b)     While forwarding the Drawings to the Project in charge pursuant to sub-clause (a) above, the
          Concessionaire shall represent that it has determined and verified that the design and
          engineering including field Construction criteria related thereto are in conformity with the
          Specifications and Standards.

  (c)     Within 7 (seven) days of the receipt of the Drawings, the Project in charge shall review the
          Drawings and convey its comment observations, if any, thereon to the Concessionaire with
          particular reference to the conformity or otherwise with the Specifications and Standards. It is
          expressly agreed that notwithstanding any review or failure to review by the Project in charge or
          any comment observations of the Project in charge, MCD shall not be liable for the adequacy of
          the Drawings and that the Concessionaire shall solely be responsible therefore and shall not be
          relieved or absolved in any manner whatsoever of its obligations, duties and liabilities as set
          forth in this Agreement.

  (d)     If the comment observations of the Project in charge indicate that the Drawings are not in
          conformity with the Specifications and Standards, such Drawings shall be revised by the
          Concessionaire to the extent necessary and resubmitted to the Project in charge for further
          review. The Project in charge shall give its observations and comments, if any, within 5 (five)
          days of the receipt of such revised Drawings. Provided, however, that any observations or
          comments of the Project in charge or failure of the Project in charge to give any observations or
          comments on such revised Drawings shall not relieve or absolve the Concessionaire of its
          obligations to conform to such Specifications and Standards.

  (e.)    If the Project in charge does not object to the Drawings submitted to it by the Concessionaire
          within a period stipulated in the above sub-clauses (c) or (d) as applicable, the Concessionaire
          shall be entitled to proceed with the Project accordingly.

  (f.)    The Concessionaire shall be responsible for delays in Project Completion      and consequences
          thereof caused by reason of any Drawings not being in conformity with the Specifications and
          Standards and shall not be entitled to seek any relief in this regard from MCD.

  (g.)    Within 30 (thirty) days of the CODP, the Concessionaire shall furnish to MCD three copies of "as
          built" Drawings duly vetted by the Project in charge reflecting the Project as actually designed,
          engineered and upgraded.




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9     ARTICLE 9 - PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION AND OPERATIONS

9.1       Monitoring and Supervision during Implementation

(a)          The Concessionaire shall submit to the Project in charge, a programme supported with bar chart
             for construction & on site installation in a phased manner so as to cause least inconvenience to
             the public. Most of the work shall be carried out keeping in view the safety of
             pedestrian/traffic/neighborhood. The Concessionaire shall give to the Project in charge, its
             complete programme for different stages of execution, planning, construction, and erection etc.
             of the Project.

(b)          During the Implementation Period, the Concessionaire shall furnish monthly reports or actual
             progress of the construction Works and furnish any other relevant information as may
             reasonably be required by MCD.

(c)          For the purposes of determining that the Construction Works are being undertaken in
             accordance with Specifications and Standards and Good Industry Practice and for quality
             assurance, the Concessionaire shall carry out Tests on Construction materials at such time and
             frequency and in such manner as may be required by the Project in charge or as may be
             necessary in accordance with Good Industry Practice. The Concessionaire shall with due
             diligence carry out all said Tests in accordance with the instructions and under the supervision of
             the Project in charge. The Concessionaire shall immediately carry out such remedial measures
             as may be necessary to cure the defects or deficiencies, if any, indicated in said Test results.

(d)          If the Project in charge reasonably determines that the rate of progress of the Construction of the
             Project is such that the Project Completion is not feasible on or before the Scheduled Project
             Completion Date, it shall so notify the Concessionaire and the Steering Group. Thereupon, the
             Concessionaire shall within seven (7) days thereof notify the Steering Group and the Project in
             charge about the steps it proposes to take to expedite progress and the period within which it
             shall achieve COD.

    9.2     Project Completion

            (a)     The Project shall be deemed to be complete only when the Completion Certificate is
                    issued by the Project in charge in accordance with the provisions of Clause 9.3(d).

            (b)     The Concessionaire guarantees that the Project Completion shall be achieved in
                    accordance with the provisions of this Agreement on a date not later than 9 months from
                    the Commencement Date (The "Scheduled Project Completion Date").

            (c)     If the Project Completion is not achieved by the Scheduled Project Completion Date for
                    any reason other than Force Majeure or reasons attributable to MCD, the Concessionaire
                    shall be liable to pay liquidated damages for delay beyond the Scheduled Project
                    Completion Date, an amount of Rs.             /- (Rupees                 Only) per group of
                    Toilets per fortnight or part thereof for delay of every fortnight or part thereof, provided
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                 that such liquidated damages do not exceed an aggregate amount of Rs.                     /-
                 (Rupees                  only). Provided further that nothing contained in this sub-clause
                 (c) shall be deemed or construed to authorize any delay in achieving Project Completion.

       (d)       If the entire works under this Package are not completed within12 months from the date
                 of issue of Letter of Intent/Work Order/handing over of site/approval of drawing, MCD
                 shall, subject to the provisions    of   this   Agreement     relating   to   excuse   from
                 performance     of   the Concessionaire’s obligations hereunder, be entitled to terminate
                 this Agreement in accordance with the provisions of Clause 16.2.

       (e)       A stage of the project shall be deemed to be complete only when a “Stage Provisional
                 Completion Certificate” is issued by the by the Project in charge in accordance with the
                 provisions of Clause 9.3(d).

 9.3   Tests of Conformity

       (a) At least 15 (fifteen) days prior to the likely completion of any pre-agreed group of Toilets, the
             Concessionaire shall notify the Project in charge and the Steering Group of the same.

       (b) The Steering Group, at that stage, will cause the Tests of Conformity. The Steering Group
             shall have the right to suspend or postpone the Tests of Conformity if it is reasonably
             anticipated or determined during the course of the Test that the performance of the Project or
             any part thereof does not meet the Specifications and Standards. The Steering Group may
             designate a representative with suitable qualifications and experience to witness and observe
             the Tests including Random check of conformity with specification standards.

       (c) The Project in charge shall monitor the results of the Tests of Conformity to determine the
             compliance of the Project with the Specifications and Standards and shall provide to the
             Steering Group copies of all Test of Conformity data.

       (d) Upon the Project in charge determining the Tests of Conformity to be successful, it shall
             forthwith issue to the Concessionaire a certificate (the "Completion Certificate").

       (e) The Project in charge may at the request of the Concessionaire issue a provisional certificate
             of completion   ("Provisional Certificate") if the Tests are successful and all parts of Project
             can be legally, safely and reliably opened for commercial operation though certain works or
             things forming part thereof are not yet complete. In such an event, the Provisional Certificate
             shall have appended thereto a list of outstanding items signed jointly by the Project in charge
             and the Concessionaire ("Punch List").       All such List items shall be completed by the
             Concessionaire within 30 (Thirty) days of the date of issue of such Provisional Certificate. In
             the event of the Concessionaire’s failure to complete the Punch List items within the said
             period of 30 (Thirty) days, MCD may, without prejudice to any other rights or remedy
             available to it under this Agreement, have such items completed at the risk and costs of the
             Concessionaire. The Concessionaire shall reimburse to MCD on demand the entire costs

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           incurred by MCD in completing Punch List items.

       (f) If the Project in charge certifies that it is unable to issue the Completion Certificate or
           Provisional Certificate because of events or circumstances which excuse the performance of
           the Concessionaire’s obligations in accordance with this Agreement and as a consequence
           thereof the Tests of Conformity could not be held or had to be suspended, the
           Concessionaire shall re-schedule the said Tests and hold the same as soon as reasonably
           practicable.

       (g) The Concessionaire shall bear all the expenses relating to Tests of Conformity under this
           Agreement.

 9.4   Operation and Maintenance of Project/Project Facility

       The Concessionaire shall operate and maintain (Schedule-H) the Project/Project Facility through
       highly reputable, well trained & equipped Housekeeping Agency. The concessionaire, Anchor
       Brand and the Housekeeping Agency shall comply with Specifications and Standards, and other
       requirements set forth in this Agreement, Good Industry Practice, Applicable Laws and Applicable
       Permits. More specifically, they shall be responsible for:

           i)   Undertaking daily cleanliness of the Project Facility.

           ii) Ensuring the safety and security of the Project Facility.

           iii) Undertaking routine maintenance including prompt repairs of potholes, cracks, concrete
           joints, lighting and signage.

           iv) Undertaking maintenance works in accordance with Maintenance Manual and the
           Maintenance Programme.

           v) Preventing any encroachments or any unauthorized usage of the Project Facility.

 9.5   Maintenance Manual

       The Concessionaire shall in consultation with the Steering Group evolve not later than 30 (thirty)
       days before the Scheduled Project Completion Date, a manual for the regular and preventive
       maintenance (the "Maintenance Manual") The Concessionaire shall supply, at least one month
       before the CODP, 5 (five) copies of the Maintenance Manual to the Steering Group.

 9.6   Maintenance Programme

       Not later than Thirty (30) days before the beginning of each Accounting Year, the Concessionaire
       shall provide to MCD, its proposed programme of preventive and other scheduled maintenance of
       the Project (the "Maintenance Programme") subject to the Maintenance Requirements set forth in
       Schedule 'H' (23.8 – Concession Agreement and Schedules) Such Maintenance Programme
       shall include but not be limited to the following:
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       (i)     Intervals and procedures for carrying out of inspection of all elements of the Project;

       (ii)    Criteria to be adopted for deciding maintenance needs;

       (iii)   Preventive maintenance schedule;

       (iv)    Intervals at which the Concessionaire shall carry out periodic maintenance; and

       (v)     Intervals for major maintenance and the scope thereof.

       (vi)    Maintenance shall include replacement of equipment, consumables, horticultural
               maintenance and repairs to equipment, pavements, structures and other civil works,
               which are part of the Project/Project Facility.

       (vii)   The Concessionaire shall keep the Project Facility in a clean, tidy and orderly condition
               free of litter and debris. The Concessionaire shall clean and empty the litterbins into
               suitable garbage bags and MCD shall remove the garbage from the Toilets.

9.7    Emergency De-commissioning

(a.)   If MCD, in public interest, is of the opinion that there exists a Emergency or any similar situation,
       which warrants immediate decommissioning and closure of whole or any part of the
       Project/Project Facility (Toilets) and/or Public amenities Utilities, MCD shall notify to the
       concessionaire to de-commission and close the whole, or the relevant part of the Project for so
       long as such Emergency and the consequences thereof warrant. Forthwith thereupon MCD shall
       issue such directions in concurrence with the Concessionaire for dealing with such Emergency
       and the Concessionaire shall abide by the same.

(b.)   The Concessionaire shall re-commission the Project/Project Facility or the affected part thereof
       on complying with the directions, as issued by MCD pursuant to preceding para. In such case the
       cost of relocation of the Toilets shall be borne by the MCD.

(c.)   In the event of emergency situation necessitating de-commissioning or closure of permanent
       nature, as advised by an independent agency appointed by MCD with the consent of
       concessionaire, then MCD will allocate alternative sites if available. In case alternative locations
       are not made available MCD shall reimburse the Concessionaire all costs incurred by the
       Concessionaire till the date of de-commissioning or closure, as the case may be.

9.8    Rectification of Defects

       Save and except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement, if the project or any part of
       Project shall suffer loss or damage during the Concession Period, from any cause whatsoever,
       the Concessionaire shall, at its cost and expense rectify and remedy such loss or damage. In the
       event the Concessionaire does not maintain and/or repair the Project or part thereof up to and in
       accordance the Maintenance Programme or the Maintenance Manual, as the case may be, MCD
      shall, without prejudice to its right remedies under this Agreement, including Termination, be
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       entitled to undertake to cause the maintenance of the Project at the risk and cost of the
       Concessionaire. The Concessionaire shall reimburse to MCD within seven days of demand the
       costs and expenses incurred by MCD for undertaking such maintenance.

       The Concessionaire shall complete any works for curing any defects or deficiencies in the Project
       expeditiously in accordance with Good Industry Practices.

       The Concessionaire shall not be considered in breach of its obligations under this Agreement if
       any part of the Project is not available on account of any of the following, for the duration
       thereof:

                  (i)     Force Majeure Event;

                  (ii)    Compliance with a request from MCD or the directions of any Government
                          Agency the effect of which is to close all or any part of the Project.

 9.9   Monitoring and Supervision during Operations

       (a)        The Concessionaire shall undertake periodic inspection of the Project in         accordance
                  with the Maintenance Manual and the Maintenance Programme and shall submit reports
                  of such inspection ("Maintenance Reports") to the MCD

       (b)        The Project in charge or a sub committee constituted by the         MCD     shall undertake
       periodic (at least once every quarter but once every month during monsoon) inspection of the
       Project jointly with the Concessionaire to determine the condition of the Project including its
       compliance or otherwise with the Maintenance Manual, the Maintenance Programme,
       Specifications and Standards and this Agreement and make out a report of such inspection (the
       “O&M Inspection Report) and forward it to the Concessionaire with a copy thereof to the Steering
       Group. The O&M Inspection Report shall set forth defects and deficiencies, if any, and may also
       require the Concessionaire to undertake such tests as may be specified by the Project in charge
       for the purpose of determining that the Project is at all times in conformity with the Specifications
       and Standards. The Concessionaire shall within 15 (fifteen) days of the receipt of the O&M
       Inspection Report from the Project in charge remedy the defects and undertake such tests, if any,
       set forth therein, without any delay and furnish compliance thereto and / or results thereof to the
       Project in charge along with a report (O&M Inspection Compliance Report) with a copy to the
       Steering Group specifying in reasonable detail the measures, if any, that have been undertaken
       for curing the defects or deficiencies indicated in such results. Such inspection or submission of
       O&M Inspection Compliance Report by the Concessionaire shall not relieve or absolve the
       Concessionaire of its obligations and liabilities hereunder in any manner whatsoever. Where the
       remedying of such defects or deficiencies and/or undertaking such tests is likely to take more
       than 30 (thirty) days in accordance with Good Industry Practice.             The Concessionaire shall
       undertake the works in accordance with such practice and submit progress reports of such works
       every fortnight and finally the O&M Inspection Compliance Report.


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10 ARTICLE 10 - FINANCING ARRANGEMENT

10.1     Financing Arrangement

         (a)     The Concessionaire shall at its cost, expenses and risk make such financing
                 arrangement as would be necessary to finance the Project and to meet its obligations
                 under this Agreement in a timely manner.

         (b)     In the event of the Concessionaire employing the funds borrowed from the Leaders to
                 finance the Project, the provisions relating to Leaders including those relating to Financial
                 Close shall apply.

         (c)     The Concessionaire shall within 7 days of achieving Financial Close submit to MCD one
                 set of Financing Documents evidencing Financial Close.

10.2     Amendments to Financing Documents

         For the avoidance of doubt the Parties agree that on amendment made to the Financing
         Documents without express consent of MCD shall have the effect of enlarging in any manner, the
         obligations of MCD in respect of Termination Payment under this Agreement.

11       ARTICLE 11-CONCESSION FEE

11.1 The Concession Fee

       I. The Concessionaire shall pay to MCD a Concession Fee as per the terms and agreement as
         defined herein:

     II. The one time Concession Project fee shall be paid at the time of signing of this agreement along
         with final list of the sites to be handed over to Concessionaire. The One time Fee shall be divided
         by 216 to to arrive at average one time Concession Project fee applicable per site, and that shall
         be multiplied by the number of sites that are to be handed over to the concessionaire by the
         MCD to arrive at the total one time concession project fee payable.

     III. The Monthly Concession Fee shall be paid MONTHLY from the Commercial Operations Date till
         the end of the Concession Period/Transfer Date or the period extended thereof.

     IV. The Monthly Concession Fee shall be Rs. _____ Lakhs (Rupees ______ Lakhs) per calendar
         month for the initial three year after COD irrespective of the revenue earned by the
         concessionaire. For the subsequent years the minimum Concession Fee shall be increased @
         10% after every three years over and above the Concession Fee for the previous year.

     V. The Monthly Concession fee to be paid to be equally divided by 216 numbers to arrive at average
         concession fee applicable per site, and that shall be multiplied by the number of sites that have
         been successfully handed over to the concessionaire by the MCD to arrive at the total monthly
         concession fee payable.
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   VI. The gestation period for each individual site for the project would start once MCD has handed
       over the identified site/s to the concessionaire free from any encumbrance.

  VII. In case the Concessionaire fails to pay the Concession Fee in accordance with the terms and
       conditions above, the Bidder / Lead Partner incase of consortium, shall pay the Concession Fee
       to MCD.      For this purpose, the Bidder/Lead Partner shall execute an unconditional and
       irrevocable guarantee in favor of MCD in such form and manner as may be required by MCD. To
       be discussed again.

 VIII. The Concessionaire shall pay all duties and taxes in Consequence of its obligations under this
       Concession Agreement, including customs duties, and the Concession Fee shall not be adjusted
       for such costs.

   IX. The Minimum Concession Fee due shall be paid not later than the 10th day of the month for which
       it is due. Failure to pay the Concession Fee in time will attract an interest of 15% per annum
       interest calculated on per day basis on the entire amount of unpaid Concession Fee payable
       during the month.

   X. Any payments by MCD to the Concessionaire shall be made only through the mechanism of
       adjustment of the Concession Fee. Any reference to such payments shall indicate the mechanism
       of such adjustment to the Concession Fee. No actual payments shall be made by the MCD, other
       than in case of payments after the Termination Date.

12 ARTICLE 12-INSURANCES

12.1   Insurance during the Implementation Period

       The Concessionaire shall, at its cost and expense, purchase and maintain during the
       Implementation Period such insurances as are necessary, including but not limited to the
       following:

       (i)     Builders' all risk insurance;

       (ii)    Workmen’s compensation insurance;

       (iii)   Third party insurances

       (iv)    Any other insurance(s) that may be necessary to protect the Concessionaire, its
               employees and its assets (against loss, damage or destruction, at replacement value)
               including all Force Majeure Events that are insurable and not otherwise covered in
               items (i) to (iii).

12.2   Insurance during the Operations Period

       The Concessionaire shall, at its cost and expense, purchase and maintain during the Operations
       Period insurance to cover against:
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       (i)     The Concessionaire’s general liability arising out of the Concession;

       (ii)    liability to third parties; and

       (iii)   Any other insurance that may be necessary to protect the Concessionaire and its
               employees, including all Force Majeure Events that are insurable and not otherwise
               covered in items (i) to (ii).

12.3   Insurance Companies

       The Concessionaire shall insure all insurable assets comprised in the Project Assets and/or the
       Project Facility through Indian insurance companies and if so permitted by MCD, through foreign
       insurance companies backed by Indian companies, to the extent that insurances are necessary
       to be effected through them

12.4   Evidence of Insurance Cover

       The Concessionaire shall, from time to time, provide to MCD copies of all insurance policies (or
       appropriate endorsements, certifications or other satisfactory evidence of insurance) obtained by
       the Concessionaire in accordance with this Agreement.

12.5   Application of Insurance Proceeds

       Subject to the provisions of the Financing Documents, all moneys received under insurance
       policies shall be promptly applied by the Concessionaire towards repair or Construction or
       restoration of the Project Facility or any part thereof in accordance with the terms and conditions
       of this agreement. The Concessionaire may designate the Lenders as the loss payees under the
       insurance policies sign the insurance policies in their favor as security for the financial assistance.

12.6   Validity of the Insurance Cover

       The Concessionaire shall pay the premium payable on such insurance policy(ies) so as to keep
       the policy(ies) in force and valid throughout the Concession Period and furnish copies of the
       same to MCD. Each insurance policy shall provide that the same shall not be cancelled or
       terminated unless 15 Days' clear notice of cancellation is provided to MCD in writing. If at any
       time the Concessionaire fails to purchase and maintain in full force and effect any and all of the
       insurances required under this Agreement, MCD may at its option purchase and maintain such
       insurance and all sums incurred by the MCD therefore shall be reimbursed by the Concessionaire
       forthwith on demand, failing which the same shall be recovered by the MCD by exercising right of
       set off or otherwise.

13     ARTICLE 13-CHANGE OF SCOPE

13.1 Change of Scope

       MCD may, notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Agreement, require
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       provision of such addition/deletion to the works and services on or about the Project which are
       beyond the scope of the Project as contemplated by this Agreement ("Change of Scope"); the
       Concessionaire shall carry out such addition deletions on such terms and conditions as mutually
       agreed upon.

14 Deviations

       The number of Toilets can be increased or decreased to the maximum of 10% and the
       concession fee shall be accordingly workout proportionately.

15     ARTICLE 15- FORCE MAJEURE

15.1    Force Majeure Event

       As used in this Agreement, a Force Majeure Event shall mean occurrence in India of any or all of
       Non Political Event and/or Indirect Political Event and/or Political Event as defied in Clauses 15.2,
       15.3 and 15.4 respectively which prevent the Party claiming Force Majeure (the "Affected Party")
       from performing its obligations under this Agreement and which act or event (i) is beyond the
       reasonable control and not arising out of the fault of the Affected Party, (ii) the Affected Party has
       been unable to overcome such act or event by the exercise of due diligence and reasonable
       efforts, skill and care, and (iii) has a Material Adverse Effect on the Project.

15.2   Non Political Event

       For purposes of Clause 15.1 hereinabove, a Non-Political Event shall mean one or more of the
       following acts or events:

       (i) acts of God or events beyond the reasonable control of the Affected Party which could not
           reasonably have been expected to occur viz, exceptionally adverse weather conditions,
           lightening, earthquake, cyclone, flood, volcanic eruptions or fire (to the extent originating from
           a source external to the Project Site or beyond design specifications for the Construction
           Works) or landslide;

       (ii) Radioactive contamination or ionizing radiation;

       (iii) General strikes or boycotts (other than those involving the Concessionaire, its Contractors or
           their respective employer representatives or attributable to any act or omission of any of
           them) interrupting supplies and services to the Project for a period exceeding 7 (seven) days
           in a Accounting Year, and not being an Indirect Political Event set forth in Clause 15.3;

       (iv) any failure or delay of a Contractor but only to the extent caused by another Non-Political
           Event and which does not result in any offsetting compensation being payable to the
           Concessionaire by or on behalf of such Contractor;

       (v) Any judgment or order of any court of competent jurisdiction or statutory authority in India
         made against the Concessionaire in any proceedings for reasons other than failure of the
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             Concessionaire to comply with any Applicable Law or Applicable Permits or on account of
             breach thereof, or of any contract, or enforcement of this Agreement or exercise of any of its
             rights under this Agreement by MCD;

       (vi) Any event or circumstances of nature analogous to any of the foregoing.

15.3   Indirect Political Event

       For purposes of Clause 15.1 hereinabove, an Indirect Political Event shall mean one or more
       of the following acts or events:

       (i) An act of war (whether declared or undeclared), invasion, armed conflict or act of foreign
             enemy, blockade, embargo, riot, insurrection, terrorist or military action, civil commotion, or
             politically motivated sabotage which prevents collection of revenue by the Concessionaire for
             a period exceeding a continuous period of 7 (seven) days in an Accounting Year;

       (ii) Industry wide or state wide or Indian wide strikes or industrial action which prevent collection
             of revenue by the Concessionaire for a period exceeding a continuous period of 7 (seven)
             days in an Accounting Year; or

       (iii) Any public agitation which prevents collection of revenue by the Concessionaire for a period
             exceeding a continuous period of 7 (seven) days in an Accounting Year.

15.4   Political Event

       For purposes of Clause 15.1 hereinabove, a Political Event shall mean one or more of the
       following acts or events by or on account of MCD, or any other Government Agency:

       (i) Change in Law, only when provisions of Article 17 cannot be applied;

       (ii) Expropriation or compulsory acquisition by any Government Agency of any Project Assets or
             rights of the Concessionaire or of the Contractors; or

       (iii) Any unlawful or unauthorized or without jurisdiction revocation of, or refusal to renew or grant
             without valid cause any consent or approval required by the Concessionaire or any of the
             Contractors to perform their respective obligations under the Project Agreements (other than
             a consent the obtaining of which is condition precedent) provided that such delay,
             modifications, denial, refusal or revocation did not result from the Concessionaire’s or any
             Contactor’s inability or failure to comply with any condition relating to grant, maintenance or
             renewal of such consent or permit.

15.5   Effect of Force Majeure Event

       Upon occurrence of any Force Majeure Event, the following shall apply:

       (a)       There shall be no Termination of this Agreement.

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       (b)     Where the Force Majeure Event occurs before CODP, the dates set forth in the Project
               Completion Schedule and the Concession Period shall be extended by the period for
               which such Force Majeure Event shall subsist;

       (c)     Where a Force Majeure Event occurs after CODP, the Concessionaire shall continue to
               make all reasonable efforts to operate the Project/Project Facility and/or to collect
               revenue, but if it is unable or prevented from doing so, the Concession Period shall,
               having due regard to the extent of the impact thereof as determined by the Steering
               Group, be extended by the period for which collection of revenue remains affected on
               account thereof; and

       (d)     Costs arising out of or concerning such Force Majeure Event shall be born in accordance
               with the provisions of the Clause 15.6 hereinafter.

15.6   Allocation of costs during subsistence of Force Majeure

       Subject to the provisions of Clause 15.5 hereinabove, upon occurrence of a Force Majeure
       Event, the costs arising out of such event shall be allocated as follows:

       (a)     When the Force Majeure Event is a Non Political Event, the Parties shall bear their
               respective costs and neither Party shall be required to pay to the other Party any costs
               arising out of any such Force Majeure Event;

       (b)     Where the Force Majeure Event is a Indirect Political Event, the costs attributable to such
               Force Majeure Event and directly relating to the Project (the "Force Majeure Costs") shall
               be bore by the Concessionaire to the extent of the Insurance Cover, and to the extent the
               Force Majeure Costs as duly certified by the Statutory Auditors exceed the Insurance
               Cover, the same shall be reimbursed by MCD to the Concessionaire within 90 days from
               the date of receipt of Concessionaire’s claim;

       (c)     Where the Force Majeure Event is a Political Event, the Force Majeure Costs to the
               extent actually incurred and certified by the statutory Auditors of the Concessionaire
               subject to approval of MCD shall be reimbursed by MCD to the Concessionaire within 90
               days from the date of receipt of Concessionaire’s claim; and

       (d)     MCD may at its option reimburse the Force Majeure Costs to the Concessionaire in cash
               (through adjustment in the concession fee) or compensate the Concessionaire for such
               costs by appropriate extension     of the Concession Period, in which extension shall also
               be given effect within the period of 90 days specified in preceding sub-clauses (b) or (c)
               as the case may be.

               For avoidance of doubt, Force Majeure Costs shall include loss of revenues, any debt
               repayment obligations, interest payments on such debt, O&M Expenses and all other
               costs directly attributable to the Force Majeure Event.

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15.7   Dispute Resolution

       In the event that the Parties are unable to agree in good faith about the occurrence or existence
       of a Force Majeure Event, such Dispute shall be finally settled in accordance with the Dispute
       Resolution Procedure, provided however that the burden of proof as to the occurrence or
       existence of such Force Majeure Event shall be upon the Party claiming relief and/ or excuse on
       account of such Force Majeure Event.

15.8   Liability for other losses, damages etc

       Save and except as expressly provided in this Article 15, either Party hereto shall not be liable in
       any manner whatsoever to the other Party in respect of any loss, damage, cost, expense, claims,
       demands and proceedings relating to or arising out of occurrence or existence of any Force
       Majeure Event or exercise of any right pursuant to this Article 15.

15.9   Duty to Report

       The Affected Party shall discharge the following obligations in relation to reporting the occurrence
       of a Force Majeure Event to the other Party:

       (a) The Affected Party shall not claim any relief for or in respect of a Force Majeure Event unless
               it shall have notified the other Party in writing of the occurrence of the Force Majeure
               Event as soon as reasonably practicable, and in any event within       7 (seven) days after
               the Affected Party knew, or ought reasonably to have known, of its occurrence ad the
               probable material affect that the Force Majeure Event is likely to have on the performance
               of its obligations under this Agreement.

       (b)     Any notice pursuant to this Clause 15.9 shall include full particulars of:

               (i)     The nature and extent of each Force Majeure Event which is the subject of any
                       claim for relief under this Article 15 with evidence in support thereof;

               (ii)     The estimated duration and the effect or probable effect which such Force
                        Majeure Event is having or will have on the Affected Party's performance of its
                        obligations under this Agreement;

               (iii)    the measures which the Affected Party is taking, or proposes to take, to alleviate
                        the impact of such Force Majeure Event; and

               (iv) Any other information relevant to the Affected Party's claim.

       (c)     For so long as the Affected Party continues to claim to be affected by such Force Majeure
               Event, it shall provide the other Party with regular (and not less than weekly) written
               reports containing information as required by this Clause and such other information as
               the other Party may reasonably request the Affected Party to provide.


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15.10    Excuse from performance of obligations

                If the Affected Party is rendered wholly or partially unable to perform its obligations under
                this Agreement because of a Force Majeure Event, it shall be excused from performance
                of such of its obligations to the extent it is unable to perform on account of such Force
                Majeure Event provided that:

         (a)    the suspension of performance shall be of no greater scope and of no longer duration
                than is reasonably required by the Force Majeure Event;

         (b)    the Affected Party shall make all reasonable efforts to mitigate or limit damage to the
                other Party arising out of or as a result of the existence or occurrence of such Force
                Majeure Event and to cure the same with due diligence: and

         (c)    When the Affected Party is able to resume performance of its obligations under this
                Agreement, it shall give to the other Party written notice to that effect and shall promptly
                resume performance of its obligations hereunder.

16 ARTICLE 16 - EVENTS OF DEFAULT AND TERMINATION

16.1    Event of Default

         Event of Default means the Concessionaire Event of Default.

         Any of the following events shall constitute an event of default by the Concessionaire
         ("Concessionaire Events of Default") unless such event has occurred as a result of a Force
         Majeure Event;

  (1)     The Concessionaire fails to commence the Construction Works within_____ days from the
          Commencement Date.

  (2)     The Concessionaire fails to achieve CODP within 9 months from the Commencement Date.

  (3)     Any representation made or warranty given by the Concessionaire under this Agreement is
          found to be false or misleading.

  (4)     The Concessionaire creates any Encumbrance on the Project Site/ Project Facility in favor of
          any Person saves and except as otherwise expressly permitted by the MCD.

  (5)     The aggregate shareholding of the members of the Concessionaire falls below the minimum
          prescribed.

  (6)     The transfer, pursuant to law of either (a) the rights and/or obligations of the Concessionaire
          under any of the Project Agreements, or (b) all or material part of the Concessionaire except
          where such transfer in the reasonable opinion of MCD does not affect the ability of the
          Concessionaire to perform, and the Concessionaire has the financial and technical capability to

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          perform its material obligations under the Project Agreements.

  (7)     A resolution is passed by the shareholders of the Concessionaire for the voluntary winding up of
          the Consortium.

  (8)     Any petition for winding up of the Concessionaire is admitted by a court of competent jurisdiction
          or the Concessionaire is ordered to be wound up by Court except for the purpose of
          amalgamation, merger, demerger or re-Construction, provided that, as part of such
          amalgamation, merger, demerger or re-Construction, the property, assets and undertaking of
          the Concessionaire are transferred to the amalgamated or upgraded entity and that the
          amalgamated or upgraded entity has unconditionally assumed the obligations of the
          Concessionaire under this Agreement and the Project Agreements, and provided that:

  (i)     The amalgamated or upgraded entity has the technical capability and operating experience
          necessary for the performance of its obligations under this Agreement and the Project
          Agreements;

  (ii)    the amalgamated or upgraded entity has the financial standing to perform its obligations under
          this Agreement and the Project Agreements and has a creditworthiness at least as good as that
          of the Concessionaire as at the Commencement Date; and

  (iii)   Each of the Project Agreements remains in full force and effect.

  (9)     A major default has occurred under any of the Financing Documents and any of the Lenders
          has recalled its financial assistance and demanded payment of the amounts outstanding under
          the Financing Documents or any of them as applicable.

  (10)    The Concessionaire suspends or abandons the operations of the Project without the prior
          consent of MCD, provided that the Concessionaire shall be deemed not to have suspended/
          abandoned operation if such suspension/ abandonment were:

  (i)     As a result of Force Majeure Event and is only for the period such Force Majeure is continuing,
          or

  (ii)    On account of a breach by MCD of its obligations under this Agreement.

  (11)    The Concessionaire repudiates this Agreement or otherwise evidences an intention not to be
          bound by this Agreement.

  (12)    The Concessionaire suffers an attachment being levied on any of its assets causing a Material
          Adverse Affect on the Project and such attachment continues for a period exceeding 45 days.

  (13)    The Concessionaire has neglected or failed to regularly and properly maintain the
          Project/Project Facility in clean and hygienic conditions as per scope of work of this
          agreement.


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  (14)     The Concessionaire is otherwise in Material Breach of this Agreement and wishes to surrender.
           The surrender will be accepted for complete package of the Project/Project Facility only and not
           partly.

   (15) Any material breach of terms and conditions of this agreement.

16.2 Termination due to Event of Default

         Termination for Concessionaire Event of Default

         (1)         Without prejudice to any other right or remedy which MCD may have in respect thereof
                     under this Agreement, upon the occurrence of a Concessionaire Event of Default, MCD
                     shall, be entitled to terminate this Agreement by issuing a Termination Notice to the
                     Concessionaire, provided that before issuing the Termination Notice, MCD shall by a
                     notice in writing inform the Concessionaire of its intention to issue the Termination Notice
                     (the "Preliminary Notice"). In case the underlying breach/default is not cured within a
                     period of 60 (sixty) days from the date of the Preliminary Notice (Cure Period) MCD shall
                     be entitled to terminate this Agreement by issuing the Termination        Notice. Provided
                     further, that

                     1.       if the default is not cured within 30(thirty) days of the Preliminary Notice, MCD
                              shall be entitled to encash the Performance Security with a          notice to the
                              Concessionaire (Encashment Notice),

                     2.       if the default is not cured within 30 (thirty) days of the Encashment Notice and a
                              fresh Performance Security is not furnished within the same period in accordance
                              with Clause 3.2, MCD shall subject to the provisions of the Substitution
                              Agreement be entitled to issue the Termination Notice.

         (2)         The following shall apply in respect of cure of any of the defaults and/or breaches of this
                     Agreement:

          (i)        The Cure Period provided in this Agreement shall not relieve the Concessionaire from
                     liability for damages caused by its breach or default;

         (ii)        The Cure Period shall not in any way be extended by any period of suspension          under
                     this Agreement;

         (iii)       If the cure of any breach by the Concessionaire requires any reasonable action by the
                     Concessionaire that must be approved by MCD or any Government Agency hereunder
                     the applicable Cure Period shall be extended by the period take by MCD or the
                     Government Agency to accord the required approval.




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16.3 Rights of MCD on Termination

       Upon Termination of this Agreement for any reason whatsoever, MCD shall have the power and
       authority to

       (i)     Take possession and control of Project Assets forthwith including site, all material,
               upgraded or partly upgraded buildings, all machinery, etc etc and award them to other
               concessionaire for the remaining concession period at the risk and cost of the
               concessionaire whose agreement has been terminated.

       (ii)    Prohibit the Concessionaire and any person claiming through or under the
               Concessionaire from entering upon the Project Asset dealing with the Project or any part
               thereof;

       (iii)   Step in and succeed upon, without the necessity of any further action by the
               Concessionaire, to the interests of the Concessionaire under such of the Project
               Agreements as MCD may in its discretion deem appropriate with effect from the date of
               communication of such selection to the counter party to the relative Project Agreements.
               Provided any sums claimed by such counter party as being due and owing for the works
               and services performed or accruing on account of any act, omission or event prior to
               such date of selection, shall and shall always constitute debt between the Concessionaire
               and such counter party and MCD shall in no way or manner be liable or responsible for
               such sums. The Concessionaire shall ensure that the Project Agreements contain
               provisions necessary to give effect to the provision of this Clause 16.3.

       (iv)    Concessionaire shall not be entitled for any interest on any security/advance/earnest
               money etc.

17 ARTICLE 17-CHANGE IN LAW

17.1 Changes in Law

       This agreement shall be in force and binding on both the parties hereto till the expiry of the
       concession period and on change in law or other circumstances shall affect the respective rights
       and obligations of the parties. No claim of whatsoever nature shall be made by one party on the
       other on account of any such change in law or other circumstances.

18 ARTICLE 18 - HANDOVER AND DEFECT LIABILITY PERIOD

18.1   Handing Over of the Project Assets

       Upon the expiry of the Concession by efflux of time and in the normal course, the Concessionaire
       shall at the end of the Concession Period, hand over peaceful possession of the Project Assets
       including Project Site/Facility at no cost to MCD.


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18.2   Joint Inspection and Removal of Deficiency

       The handing over process shall be initiated at least 6 months before the actual date of expiry of
       the Concession Period by a joint inspection by the Project in charge and the Concessionaire.
       The Project in charge shall, within 15 days of such inspection prepare and furnish to the
       Concessionaire a list of work addition alterations, if any, to be carried out to bring the Project to
       the prescribed level of service condition at least two months prior to the date of expiry of the
       concession Period. In case the Concessionaire fails to carry out the above works, within the
       stipulated time period the MCD shall be at liberty to have these works executed by any other
       Person at the risk and cost of the Concessionaire and any cost incurred by MCD in this regard
       shall be reimbursed by the Concessionaire to MCD within 7 days of receipt of demand. For this
       purpose, MCD shall without prejudice to any other right/remedy available to it, under this
       Agreement, have the right to appropriate the Performance Security and/or to set off any amounts
       due, if any, and payable by MCD to the Concessionaire to the extent required/available and to
       recover deficit amount, if any, from the Concessionaire.

18.3   Recovery of Balance Concession Fee

       Any MCD due/s receivable from the concessionaire at the end of Concession Period shall be
       recovered by MCD from the performance security if not paid otherwise. The balance remaining
       un-recovered amount, if any shall be paid by the concessionaire to MCD along with the
       Concession Fee payable for the last month.

19     ARTICLE 19 - DISPUTE RESOLUTION
19.1   Amicable Résolution

       (a)     Save where expressly stated otherwise in this Agreement, any dispute, difference or
               controversy of whatever nature howsoever arising under, out of or in relation to this
               Agreement including non-completion of the Project between the Parties and so notified in
               writing by either Party to the other (the "Dispute") in the first instance shall be attempted
               to be resolved amicably by the parties and failing such resolution of the same, in
               accordance with the procedure set forth in sub-clause (b) below.

       (b)     Either Party may require the Dispute to be referred to Steering group for amicable
               settlement. Upon such reference, both the Parties and the Steering group shall meet at
               the earliest mutual convenience and in any event within 15 days of such reference to
               discuss and attempt to amicably resolve the Dispute. If the Dispute is not amicably
               settled within 15 (fifteen) days of such meeting, either Party may refer the Dispute to
               arbitration in accordance with the provisions of Clause 19.2 below.

19.2   Arbitration

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               Any Dispute which is not resolved amicably as provided in Clause 19.1(b) shall be finally
               settled by bidding arbitration under the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. The MCD
               Commissioner would appoint arbitrators from the approved list of the Corporation and shall
               be binding on all.

       b) Place of Arbitration

               The place of arbitration shall be Delhi.

       c) Language

               The request for arbitration, the answer to the request, the terms of reference, any written
               submissions, any orders and rulings shall be in English and, if oral hearings take place,
               English shall be the language to be used in the hearings.

       d) Procedure

               The procedure to be followed within the arbitration/arbitral tribunal and the rules of evidence
               which are to apply shall be in accordance with the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996.

       e) Enforcement of Award

               Any decision or award resulting from arbitration shall be final and binding upon the Parties.
               The Parties hereto hereby waive, to the extent permitted by law, any rights to appeal or to
               review of such award by any court or tribunal. The Parties hereto agree that the arbitral award
               may be enforced against the Parties to the arbitration proceedings or their assets wherever
               they may be found and that a judgment upon the arbitral award may be entered in any court
               having jurisdiction thereof.

       f)      Fees and Expenses

               The fees and expanses of the arbitrators and all other expanses of the arbitration shall be
               initially borne and paid by respective Parties subject to determination by the arbitrators. The
               arbitrators may provide in the arbitral award for the reimbursement to the prevailing party of
               its costs and expanses in bringing or defending the arbitration claim, including legal fees and
               expanses incurred by the said Party.

       g)      Performance during Arbitration

               Pending the submission of and/or decision on a Dispute, difference or claim or until the
               arbitral award is published; the Parties shall continue to perform all of their obligations under
               this Agreement without prejudice to a final adjustment in accordance with such award.

20 ARTICLE 20 - REPRESENTATIONS. WARRANTIES AND DISCLAIMER

20.1 Representations and Warranties of the Concessionaire

       The Concessionaire represents and warrants to MCD that:

       (i)         It is duly organized, validly existing and in good standing under the laws of India;

       (ii)        It has full power and authority to execute, deliver and perform its obligations under this
                   Agreement and to carry out the transactions contemplated hereby;

       (iii)       It has taken all necessary corporate and other action under Applicable Laws and its
                   constitutional documents to authorize the execution, delivery and performance of this
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               Agreement;

      (iv)     It has the financial standing and capacity to undertake project;

      (v)      This Agreement constitutes its legal, valid and binding obligations enforceable against it
               in accordance with the terms hereof;

      (vi)     It is subject to civil and commercial laws of India with respect to this Agreement and it
               hereby expressly and irrevocably waives any immunity in any jurisdiction in respect
               thereof;

     (vii)     the execution, delivery and performance of this Agreement will not conflict with, result in
               the breach of, constitute a default under or accelerate performance required by any of the
               terms of the Concessionaire’s Memorandum and Articles of Association or of any
               member of the Consortium or any Applicable Laws or any convenient, agreement,
               understanding, decree or order to which it is a party or by which it or any of its properties
               or assets is bound or affected;

     (viii)    there are no actions, suits, proceedings, or investigations pending or, to the
               Concessionaire’s knowledge, threatened against it at law or in equity before any court or
               before any other judicial, quasi-judicial or other authority, the outcome of which may
               result in the breach of or constitute a default of the Concessionaire under this Agreement
               or which individually or in the aggregate may result in any Material Adverse Effect;

     (ix)      it has no knowledge of any violation or default with respect to any order, writ, injunction
               or any decree of any court or any legally binding order of any Government body which
               may result in any Material Adverse Effect or impairment of the Concessionaire’s ability to
               perform its obligations and duties under this Agreement;

     (x)       it has complied with all Applicable Laws and has not been subject to any fines, penalties,
               injunctive relief or any other civil or criminal liabilities which in the aggregate have or may
               have Material Adverse Effect;

      (xi)     Upon Termination of this Agreement, under the applicable provisions of this Agreement
               all rights and interests of the Concessionaire in and to the Project Assets shall pass to
               and vest in MCD on the Termination Date free and clear of all Encumbrances without any
               further act or deed on the part of the Concessionaire or MCD;

     (xii)     No representation or warranty by the Concessionaire contained herein or in any other
               document furnished by it to MCD or to any Government agency/body in relation to
               Applicable Permits contains or will contain in     any untrue statement of material fact or
               omits or will omit to state a material fact    necessary to make such representation         or
               warranty not misleading; and

      (xiii)   No sums, in cash or kind, have been paid or will be paid, by or on behalf of the
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                    Concessionaire, to any person by way of fees, commission or otherwise for securing the
                    Concession or entering into of this Agreement or for influencing or attempting to influence
                    any officer or employee of MCD in connection therewith.

  20.2 Disclaimer

        (a) Without prejudice to any express provision contained in this Agreement, the Concessionaire
                acknowledges that prior to the execution of this Agreement, the Concessionaire has after a
                complete and careful examination made a independent evaluation of the Project Site and all
                the information provided by MCD, and has determined to the Concessionaire’s satisfaction
                the nature and extent of such difficulties, risks and hazards as are likely to arise or may be
                faced by the Concessionaire in the course of performance of its obligations hereunder.

        (b) The Concessionaire further acknowledges and hereby accepts the risk of inadequacy,
                mistake or error in or relating to any of the matters set forth in (a) above and hereby confirms
                that MCD shall not be liable for the same in any manner whatsoever to the Concessionaire.

20.3    Representations and Warranties of MCD

        MCD represents and warrants to the Concessionaire that:

        (i)         MCD has full power and authority to grant the Concession;

        (ii)        MCD has taken all necessary action(s) to authorize the execution, delivery and
                    performance of this Agreement;

        (iii)       This Agreement constitutes its legal, valid and binding obligations enforceable against it
                    in accordance with the terms hereof.

21     ARTICLE 21:

PROJECT ACCOUNT

The Concessionaire shall maintain separate Project Account with bank. The Concessionaire shall also
provide the following statements:

            •       Audited annual Project Accounts along with audited Cash flow.

            •       Certified copy of Project Bank Account Statements for the respective year

        •           Certified Bank Reconciliation for the respective year

22 ARTICLE 22 – MISCELLANEOUS

22.1    Assignment and Charges

        (a)         Subject to sub-clauses (b) and (c) herein below, this Agreement shall not be assigned by
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              the Concessionaire save and except with prior consent in writing of MCD, which consent
              MCD shall be entitled to decline without assigning any reason whatsoever.

      (b)     Subject to sub-clause (c) herein below, the Concessionaire shall not create or permit to
              subsist any Encumbrance over or otherwise transfer or dispose of all or any of its rights
              and benefits under this Agreement or any Project Agreement to which Concessionaire is
              a party except with prior consent in writing of MCD, which consent MCD shall be entitled
              to decline without assigning any reason whatsoever.

      (c)     The restraint set forth in sub-clauses (a) and (b) above shall not apply to lien
              encumbrances arising by operation of law (or by an agreement evidencing the same) in
              the ordinary course of business of the Project.

 22.2 Liability and Indemnity

      General Indemnity

      (i)     The Concessionaire shall indemnify, defend and hold MCD harmless against any and all
              proceedings, actions and, third party claims arising out of a breach by the Concessionaire
              of any of its obligations under this Agreement except to the extent that any such claim has
              arisen due to MCD’s Event of Default.

      (ii)    MCD will indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Concessionaire against any and all
              proceedings, actions, third party claims for loss, damage and expense of whatever kind
              and nature arising out of defect in title and/or the rights of MCD and/or arising out of a
              breach by MCD, its officers, servants and agents of any obligations of MCD under this
              Agreement except to the extent that any such claim has arisen due to Concessionaire’s
              Event of Default.

      (a)     Without limiting the generality of this Clause 22.2 the Concessionaire shall fully
              indemnify, save harmless and defend MCD including its officers servants, agents and
              subsidiaries from and against any and all loss and damages arising out of or with respect
              to (a) failure of the Concessionaire to comply with Applicable Laws and Applicable
              Permits, (b) failure in payments of taxes relating to the Concessionaire’s Contractors,
              suppliers and representatives income or other taxes required to be paid by the
              Concessionaire without reimbursement hereunder, or (c) on-payment of amounts due as
              a result of materials or services furnished to the Concessionaire or any of its Contractors
              which are payable by the Concessionaire or any of its Contractors.

      (b)     Without limiting the generality of the provisions of this Clause 22.2, the Concessionaire
              shall fully indemnify, save harmless and defend the MCD from and against any and all
              damages which the MCD may hereafter suffer, or pay by reason of any demands, claims,
              suits or proceedings arising out of claims of infringement of any domestic or foreign
              patent rights, copyrights or other intellectual property, proprietary or confidentiality rights
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              with respect to any materials, information, design or process used by the Concessionaire
              or by the Concessionaire’s Contractors in performing the Concessionaire’s obligations or
              in any way incorporated in or related to the Project. If in any such suit, claim or
              proceedings, a temporary restraint order or preliminary injunction is granted, the
              Concessionaire shall make every reasonable effort, by giving a satisfactory body or
              otherwise, to secure the suspension of the injunction or restraint order. If, in any such
              suit claim or proceedings, the Project, or any part thereof or comprised therein is held to
              constitute a infringement and its use is permanently injucted, the Concessionaire shall
              promptly make every reasonable effort to secure for MCD a license, at no cost to MCD,
              authorizing continued use of the infringing work. If the Concessionaire is unable to secure
              such license within a reasonable time, the Concessionaire shall, at its own expense and
              without impairing the Specifications and Standards either replace the affected work, or
              part, or process thereof with non-infringing work or parts or process, or modify the same
              so that it becomes non-infringing.

     (c)      In the event that either Party receives a claim from a third party in respect of which it is
              entitled to the benefit of an indemnity under this Clause 22.2 (the 'Indemnified Party') it
              shall notify the other Party ("Indemnifying Party") within 14 (fourteen) days of receipt of
              the claim and shall not settle or pay the claim without the prior approval of the
              Indemnifying Party, such approval not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed. In the
              event that the Indemnifying Party wishes to contest or dispute the claim it may conduct
              the proceedings in the name of the Indemnified Party subject to the Indemnified Party
              being secured against any costs involved to its reasonable satisfaction.

      (d)     Defense of Claims

     (i)      The Indemnified Party shall have the right, but not the obligation, to contest, defend and
              litigate any claim, action, suit or proceeding by any third party alleged or asserted
              against such party in respect of, resulting from, related to or arising out of any matter for
              which it is entitled to be indemnified hereunder and its reasonable costs and expenses
              shall be indemnified by the Indemnifying Party. If the Indemnifying Party acknowledges
              in writing its obligation to indemnify the Indemnified Party in respect of loss to the full
              extent provided by this Clause 22.2, the Indemnifying Party shall be entitled, at its
              option, to assume and control the defense of such claim, action, suit or proceeding and
              the liabilities, payments and obligations at its expense and through counsel of its choice
              provided it gives prompt notice of its intention to do so to the Indemnified Party and
              reimburses the Indemnified Party for the reasonable costs and expenses incurred by the
              Indemnified Party prior to the assumption by the Indemnifying Party of such defense.
              The Indemnifying Party shall not be entitled to settle or compromise any claim, action,
              suit or proceeding without the prior written consent of the Indemnified Party unless the
              Indemnifying Party provides such security to the Indemnified Party as shall be
              reasonably required by the Indemnified Party to secure the loss to be indemnified

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                 hereunder to the extent so compromised or settled.

       (ii)      If the Indemnifying Party has exercised its rights under this Clause 22.2, the Indemnified
                 Party shall not be entitled to settle or compromise any claim, action, suit or proceeding
                 without the prior written consent of the indemnifying Party (which consent shall not be
                 unreasonably withheld or delayed).

       (iii)    If the Indemnifying Party exercises its rights under this Clause 22.2, the Indemnified Party
                shall nevertheless have the right to employ its own         counsel and such counsel may
                participate in    such action, but the fees and expenses of such counsel shall be at the
                expense of such Indemnified Party, when and as incurred, unless:

       (1)      the employment of counsel by such party has been authorized in writing by the
                Indemnifying Party; or

       (2)      the Indemnified Party shall have reasonably concluded that there may be a conflict of
                interest between the Indemnifying Party and the Indemnified Party in the conduct of the
                defense of such action; or

       (3)      the indemnifying Party shall not in fact have employed independent counsel reasonably
                satisfactory to the Indemnified Party to assume the defense of such action and shall have
                been so notified by the Indemnified Party; or

       (4)      The Indemnified Party shall have reasonably concluded and specifically notified the
                Indemnifying Party either;

       (a)       That there may be specific defenses available to it which are different from or additional
                to those available to the Indemnifying Party; or

       (b)      that such claim, action, suit or proceeding involves or could have a Material Adverse
                Effect upon      it beyond the scope of this Agreement, provided that if sub-clauses (2), (3)
                or (4) of Clause 22.2(iii) shall be applicable, the counsel for the Indemnified Party shall
                have the right to direct the defense of such claim, action, suit or proceeding on behalf of
                the Indemnified Party and the reasonable fees and disbursements of such counsel shall
                constitute legal or other expenses hereunder.

 22.3 Governing Law and Jurisdiction

       This Agreement shall be construed and interpreted in accordance with and governed by the laws
       of India and the Courts at Delhi shall have jurisdiction over all matters arising out of or relating to
       this Agreement.

 22.4 Waiver

       (a)     Waiver by either Party of any default by the other Party in the observance and performance
          of any provision of or obligations or under this Agreement:
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                 (i)       Shall not operate or be construed as a waiver of any other or subsequent default
                           hereof or of other provisions or obligations under this Agreement:

                 (ii)      Shall not be effective unless it is in writing and executed by a duly authorized
                           representative of such Party; and

                 (iii)   Shall not affect the validity or enforceability of this Agreement in   any manner.

        (b)    Neither the failure by either Party to insist on any occasion upon the performance of the
               terms, conditions and provisions of this Agreement or any obligation hereunder or time or
               other indulgence granted by a Party to the other Party shall be treated or deemed as waiver
               of such breach or acceptance or any variation or the relinquishment of any such right
               hereunder.

 22.5         Survival

        Termination of this Agreement (a) shall not relieve the Concessionaire or MCD of any obligations
        hereunder which expressly or by implication survive Termination hereof, and (b) except as
        otherwise provided in any provision of this Agreement expressly limiting the liability of either
        Party, shall not relieve either Party of any obligations or liabilities for loss or damage to the other
        Party arising out of or caused by acts or omissions of such Party prior to the effectiveness of such
        Termination or arising out of such Termination.

 22.6 Amendments

        This Agreement and the Schedules together constitute a complete and exclusive statement of the
        terms of the Agreement between the Parties on the subject hereof and no amendment or
        modification hereto shall be valid and effective unless agreed to by all the Parties hereto and
        evidenced in writing.

 22.7 Notices

        Unless otherwise stated, notices to be given under this Agreement including but not limited to a
        notice of waiver of any term, breach of any term of this Agreement and termination of this
        Agreement, shall be in writing and shall be give by hand delivery, recognized courier, mail, telex
        or facsimile transmission and delivered or transmitted to the Parties at their respective addresses
        set forth below:

        If to MCD:         The ______________________,

                           Municipal Corporation of Delhi,

                           ___________, Delhi-________

                           Fax No.: 011-____________


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      If to the Concessionaire:

      ___________________________,

      ___________________________,

      Fax No. _____________.

      Or such addresses, telex numbers, or facsimile numbers as may be duly notified by the
      respective Parties from time to time, and shall be deemed to have been made or delivered (i) in
      the case of any communication made by letter, when delivered by hand, by recognized courier or
      by mail (registered, return receipt requested) at that address and (ii) in the case of any
      communication made by telex or facsimile, when transmitted properly addressed to such telex
      number or facsimile number.

 22.8 Severability

      If for any reason whatever any provision of this Agreement is or becomes invalid, illegal or
      unenforceable or is declared by any court of competent jurisdiction or any other instrumentality to
      be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the validity, legality or enforceability of the remaining
      provisions shall not be affected in any manner, and the Parties will negotiate in good faith with a
      view to agreeing upon one or more provisions which may be substituted for such invalid,
      unenforceable or illegal provisions, as early as is practicable. Provided failure to agree upon any
      such provisions shall not be subject to dispute resolution under this Agreement or otherwise.

 22.9 No Partnership

      Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed or interpreted as constituting a
      partnership between the Parties. Neither Party shall have any authority to bid the other in any
      manner whatsoever.

 22.10 Language

      All notices required to be given under this Agreement and all communications, documentation
      and proceedings which are in any way relevant to this Agreement shall be in writing and in
      English language.

 22.11 Exclusion of Implied Warranties etc.

      This Agreement expressly excludes any warranty, condition or other undertaking implied at law or
      by custom or otherwise arising out of any other agreement between the Parties or any
      representation by any Party not contained in a bidding legal agreement executed by the Parties.

 22.12 Counterparts

      This Agreement may be executed in two counterparts, each of which when executed and
      delivered shall constitute an original of this Agreement.




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       23         SCHEDULES

       23.1       SCHEDULE A –PROJECT SITES

       The MCD would create the final 3 sets of 50 sites totaling 216 sites from the following identified sites and
       provide the same to the concessionaire, for construction of Public toilets in Markets & commercial areas

       in addition to sites identified in the list, the concessionaire is to construct one such Toilet Block at New
       Delhi Railway Station premises, with additional facilities for Bathrooms, provide and Demarcate space for
       G2C Kiosk(the G2C Kiosk would be provided & installed by some other agency) at the Ground floor in
       prominent location, along with all other facilities being provided in the project. The concessionaire to also
       provide a large welcome sign on top (minimum height 4ft), along the boundary of the toilet block all
       around, with translation of message in four languages, Hindi, English, Punjabi & Urdu. The content of the
       message would be provided by the MCD. The signage to be suitable illuminated.

       The proposed size mentioned is of the ground coverage permissible at individual site, where in the actual
       site area may be more and vary from site to site.

       The concessionaire would have to maintain the entire site.


Proposed List of Sites for Construction of High-end Public Toilets in MCD Markets & other Commercial areas

                                                                                                Proposed
                                                                             Proposed Size       Ground      Category     Remarks
                                                                                                Coverage


                               Ward
S No             Zone          No.    Name of Location                      Length     Width     Sq. Ft.
                                                                                                                        Existing
                                      Green Park Market in front of M D                                                 Toilet in Bad
  1          Central Zone      163    International Inn                       60        15         900       Medium     Condition
                                      In upcoming DDA market adjacent
             Kalkaji South     190    to DDA community centre opp.
  2              Zone                 Aravali Appartments., Kalkaji           60        20         1200      Medium     Vacant Space
                                                                                                                        Existing
             Chirag Delhi             Near D D A Market Authority Sheikh                                                Toilet in Bad
  3          South Zone        189    Sarai, IInd Parking                     50        20         1000      Medium     Condition
            East of Kailash,
                               194    Opposite Subzi Mandi Okhala             60        20
              South Zone
  4                                                                                                1200      Medium     Vacant Space

                                      NEW FRIENDS COLONY COMMUNITY
  5           South Zone              CENTRE Near Police Station              30        18         540        Small     Vacant land

                                      PVR, Saket near Flying Machine                                                    Vacant Space
  6           South Zone              Outlet                                  60        15         900       Medium
                                                                                                                        Existing
         Hauz Khas South              Aurobindo Place Shopping Complex,                                                 Toilet in Bad
  7           Zone             164    Hauz Khas                               80        15         1200      Medium     Condition

                                      Main Market, Near Bus Stand,
  8           South Zone              Ambavata Complex, Mehrauli              40        15         600        Small

                                      DIVISION OFFICE MCD-30 NEHRU
  9           East Zone               ENCLAVE ROAD ,Near Bharat Gas           30        30         900       Medium


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                               G Block, In front of Ram Dev
10                             Mandir,Tigri                           30   25   750    Small
                                                                                                Existing
                               TAJ ENCLAVE ROAD INFRONT OF                                      Toilet in Bad
11       East Zone             DELHI JAL BOARD                        60   14   840    Medium   Condition
                               PAPER MARKET RAMESH NAGAR IN                                     Existing
                               FRONT OF METRO PILLAR NO-377                                     Toilet in Bad
12       North Zone            NEAR RAJA GARDEN CHOWK                 60   20   1200   Medium   Condition
                                                                                                Existing
                               SHRI NIWASPURI NEAR REDLIGHT                                     Toilet in Bad
13       South Zone            (CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL)                     60   15   900    Medium   Condition
                                                                                                Taken
                                                                                                existing
                                                                                                toilet & park
                                                                                                at the back
                                                                                                of the
       Shahdara South                                                                           location into
14         Zone          239   A block market, Vivek Vihar            60   15   900    Medium   consideration
                                                                                                Existing
        Karol Bagh,
                         91                                                                     Toilet in Bad
        Central Zone
15                             Abdul Aziz Road, Karolbagh             60   20   1200   Medium   Condition

                               Adjacent to TDI Mall, Rajouri                                    Vacant Space
16       West Zone       105   garden                                 60   15   900    Medium
                                                                                                Existing
       Paschim Vihar           Andrews Ganj Colony, Service Road,                               Toilet in Bad
17    South West Zone    159   Near BSES Office                       30   15   450    Small    Condition
                                                                                                Existing
                                                                                                Toilet in Bad
18       South Zone      184   Asian Market, M B road, Pushp Vihar    60   15   900    Medium   Condition

                               Baba Ram Das Marg, Road No-29,                                   Vacant Space
19       West Zone       57    Paschim vihar                          60   20   1200   Medium

                               Beri Wala Bagh Dhalao No.-153,                                   Vacant Space
20     Civil Line Zone   70    ward 111                               45   20   900    Medium


21       South Zone            Central Market Lajpat Nagar .ppt       50   12   600    Small

                               Choti Sabzi mandi, Janakpuri near                                Vacant Space
22       West Zone       117   Mother Dairy Booth No.-633             60   15   900    Medium
                                                                                                Unauthorised
                               Close to Desh Bandhu College Bus                                 parking
       Kalkaji Central         Stand, adjacent to park, Krishna                                 taken into
22         Zone          196   Market, Kalkaji                        60   15   900    Medium   consideration
                                                                                                Existing
        Okhla Central                                                                           Toilet in Bad
23         Zone          206   D Block, Okhla Phase-II                40   25   1000   Medium   Condition

                                                                                                On the
24      Central Zone      4    Defence Colony Market                  30   25   750    Small    footpath

        Sarita Vihar,          Dhalao at T-point, DDA Market,                                   Vacant Space
25      Central Zone     208   Sarita Vihar                           60   15   900    Medium

       Kalkaji Central         Dhalao infront of Kalka Public                                   Vacant Space
26         Zone          196   School, close to DDA Market, Kalkaji   60   15   900    Medium
                               Dhalao infront of Ludhiana textiles,
                               close to 24x7 Convenience Store,
                                                                                                Vacant Space
                               BSES Pole No.275, Pushpa Market,
27      Central Zone     155   Lajpat Nagar                           60   20   1200   Medium

       Kalkaji Central         Dhalao infront of Ramji Lal                                      Vacant Space
28         Zone          196   Complex, Central Market, Kalkaji       50   15   750    Small


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                                                                                              Taking park
                                                                                              at the back
                                                                                              of the
                               Dhalao near Hanuman Mandir,                                    location into
29      Central Zone     155   Krishna Market, Lajpat nagar         30   30   900    Medium   consideration
                               Dhalao near M Block Market, GK-II,
                               close to Indian Overseas bank &                                Vacant Space
30      South Zone             Domino's                             60   15   900    Medium
                               Dhalao No.-3, infront of Citi
                               Financial Corporation, Central                                 Vacant Space
31      Central Zone     155   Market, Lajpat nagar                 60   20   1200   Medium

                               Dhalao No.-66, ward no.-100,                                   Vacant Space
32     Najafgarh Zone    138   Shavaji Marg, Najafgarh Road         60   15   900    Medium
                               Dhalao No.-94, ward no.-105, near
                               Cambridge School, opposite Rajouri                             Vacant Space
33       West Zone       105   garden market                        60   15   900    Medium

      Raja garden West         Dhalao, DKE Block, Residence                                   Vacant Space
34          Zone         101   Welfare Association, Raja Garden     60   15   900    Medium

                               Dhalao, Main Market, A-40 Block,                               Vacant Space
35       West Zone       57    Paschim Vihar                        60   15   900    Medium

       Shahdara South          Dhalao, opposite Pratibha Vikas                                Vacant Space
36         Zone          234   School, Jheel Chowk, Gandhi Nagar    60   20   1200   Medium

                               Dhalao-9, ward no.-41, near S S                                Vacant Space
37       West Zone       57    mota Singh Model School              60   15   900    Medium

       Shadhara South                                                                         Vacant land
38         Zone          218   Engineer's Appartments, Mandawali    65   20   1300   Large
                                                                                              Taking park
                                                                                              at the back
                                                                                              of the
                                                                                              location into
39     Civil Line Zone   72    F Block, Model Town                  60   15   900    Medium   consideration
                                                                                              Existing
                                                                                              Toilet in Bad
40                             G K-I, M Block Road                  57   20   1140   Medium   Condition

                               Ganesh Nagar Market, opp. House                                Vacant Space
41       West Zone       114   No.-25/20, Tilak Nagar               60   20   1200   Medium
                                                                                              Taking park
                                                                                              at the back
                                                                                              of the
                               Ganesh Nagar Market, Tilak nagar,                              location into
42       West Zone       114   opp. Aggarwal Sweet Corner           60   25   1500   Large    consideration
                                                                                              Existing
      Karol Bagh Zone    92    Ganga Mandir Marg, Regharpura,                                 Toilet in Bad
43                             Karolbagh                            30   30   900    Medium   Condition


44      South Zone             GREEN PARK Main Market               40   15   600    Small
                                                                                              Existing
                                                                                              Toilet in Bad
45      South Zone             Gulmohar Park Road, Gautam Nagar     60   15   900    Medium   Condition

       Kalkaji Central         IN BACK SIDE OF D.B. COLLAGE,
46         Zone          196   KKALKAJI                             60   12   720    Small

                               In Fornt of Savrakar Apartment I.P
47       East Zone             Extn.opp. DDA Park                   45   15   675    Small

                               In Front of Central Market, DC
48       North Zone            Chowk Sector-9 Rohini                60   12   720    Small


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         ShakurPur             In front of DDA market, Shakarpur                                Vacant land
49      Rohini Zone      64    Chowk                                  40   25   1000   Medium

                               In front of Gali No 44, Beadon Pura,
50      Central Zone           Karol Bagh                             60   15   900    Medium


51      North Zone             INDRA MKT. MALKA GANJ                  45   25   1125   Medium
                               Infront of Canara Bank, Dhalao
                               No.1, New Friends Colony                                         Vacant Space
52      South Zone             Community Centre                       60   15   900    Medium


53      South Zone             JUNGPURA MARKET(Extension)             60   15   900    Medium
                                                                                                Existing
      R k Puram South                                                                           Toilet in Bad
54          Zone         167   Kama Koti Marg, R K Puram Sec-6        60   15   900    Medium   Condition

                               Lajpat Rai Mrkt in front of LalQuila
55      Central Zone           (CAR Parking)                          60   15   900    Medium

                               Lajpat Rai Mrkt in front of LalQuila
55      Central Zone           (Scooter Parking)                      30   15   450    Small
                                                                                                Existing
                               M Block Market, GK-II, near Bus                                  Toilet in Bad
56      South Zone             Stand                                  60   15   900    Medium   Condition

                               MAIN GT ROAD NEAR HANS
57                             CINEMA                                 60   15   900    Medium

                               Main Market Mayur Vihar Phase-3
58       East Zone       215   Delhi Pocket A-1 House No.83           60   15   900    Medium

                               Main Market Moti Nagar opposite                                  Vacant Space
59       West Zone       99    shop no. 31 & 32                       60   15   900    Medium

                               Main Road, Opposite Pillar No.-301,                              Vacant Space
60       West Zone       99    Moti Nagar                             60   20   1200   Medium
                                                                                                Existing
                                                                                                Toilet in Bad
61     Civil Line Zone         Majnu Ka Tila                          60   25   1500   Large    Condition

                               Mall Road, Model Town (Instiute of
62     Civil Line Zone   72    Genomics & Integenty Biology)          60   25   1500   Large    Vacant land


63      South Zone             MALVIYA NAGAR Main Market              60   15   900    Medium

        Uttam Nagar            MCD Tikona Park near Uttam Nagar                                 Vacant Space
64       west Zone       127   East Metro Station                     60   20   1200   Medium
                                                                                                Existing
                                                                                                Toilet in Bad
65      South Zone             Mohan Singh Market                     50   15   750    Small    Condition

                               Mohan Singh Market near Kunal                                    Vacant Space
66      South Zone             Medicos                                50   12   600    Small
                                                                                                Existing
                                                                                                Toilet in Bad
67      South Zone             Nauroji Nagar Market                   60   20   1200   Medium   Condition

       Rohini Central                                                                           MCD Park
68         Zone          50    Nav Durga Mandir, Sector 8, Rohini     60   15   900    Medium

                               Near Kirti Nagar Bus Stand, metro                                Vacant Space
69       West Zone       97    pillar no.-P 332                       60   15   900    Medium

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                                                                                             Existing
                              Near Safdarjang Hospital,                                      Toilet in Bad
70      South Zone            Safdarjang Road                      60   15   900    Medium   Condition


71                            New Market. TIMARPUR                 60   15   900    Medium


72      South Zone            Nizamuddin Market (East)             60   15   900    Medium

                              Opposite Gurudwara, sabzi mandi,                               Vacant Space
73       West Zone      117   Prem Nagar, Janakpuri                60   15   900    Medium
                                                                                             Existing
                              Opposite Levi's Showroom, South                                Toilet in Bad
74      South Zone            Extension-II                         60   15   900    Medium   Condition

                              Opposite Metro Pilaar No.- 410, J-                             Vacant Space
75       West Zone      105   block, Rajouri Garden                60   15   900    Medium

                              Opposite Prem Nagar, Sabzi mandi,                              Vacant Space
76       West Zone      117   Janakpuri, BSES pole No.-JKP V91     60   15   900    Medium
                                                                                             Existing
                              Paharganj Market, Near Punjab                                  Toilet in Bad
77      Central Zone          national Bank                        60   15   900    Medium   Condition
                              Paper Market, Ramesh Nagar, B-
         Mansarovar           Block, Double Storey, Metro Pillar
                        98                                                                   Vacant Space
        Garden, West          Number-365, Najafgarh Road,
78          Zone              Tikona park                          60   15   900    Medium
                                                                                             Vacant Space
       Shadhara North         Pocket I, CSC Market, Dilshad                                  at the
79         Zone         241   Garden                               30   15   450    Small    footpath


80                            QUTUB ROAD Near railway parking      40   12   480    Small


81      South Zone            R.K. Puram SEC.- 1                   40   20   800    Medium


82      South Zone            R.K. Puram SEC.- 12                  60   15   900    Medium


83      South Zone            R.K. Puram SEC.- 7 (centre-1)        65   20   1300   Large


84      South Zone            R.K. Puram SEC.- 7 (centre-II)       60   15   900    Medium

        Sarita Vihar,                                                                        Vacant Space
85      Central Zone    208   Right Side of Mall, Sarita Vihar     60   20   1200   Medium
                                                                                             Existing
       Shadhara South                                                                        Toilet in Bad
86         Zone         227   Sadbhavna Road, Vinod Nagar          60   15   900    Medium   Condition

                              Shaheed Bhagat Singh Park, Near
87                            Rama Road                            60   15   900    Medium


88      Central Zone          Shardhanand Mrkt (G.B.Road)          60   20   1200   Medium


89      South Zone            South Ex Part-1                      60   15   900    Medium
                                                                                             Existing
      Karol Bagh Zone                                                                        Toilet in Bad
90                      95    South Patel Nagar Market             60   15   900    Medium   Condition
                                                                                             Existing
       Shadhara South                                                                        Toilet in Bad
91         Zone         227   St. Andrews School, I P Ext.         60   15   900    Medium   Condition
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                                Subhash Mor, opposite mandir,                                    Vacant Space
92        West Zone       111   adjoining Nala Towards Hari Nagar      60   20   1200   Medium


93       South Zone             SUNDER NAGAR MARKET                    60   15   900    Medium

                                Tilak Nagar Market near Vishal Mega                              Vacant Space
94        West Zone       114   Mart opp. Flyover                      60   25   1500   Large
                                                                                                 Existing
        Shahdara South          Toilet near Bank of Maharashtra,                                 Toilet in Bad
95          Zone          239   Local Shopping Centre, Vivek Vihar     60   15   900    Medium   Condition
                                Toilet opposite Baba karam singh                                 Existing
        Shahdara South          Gurudwara,Rashid market,                                         Toilet in Bad
96          Zone          230   Patpatganj Road, Geeta Colony          60   15   900    Medium   Condition

                                Toilet opposite Pacific Mall, ISBT                               Vacant Space
96        East Zone             Anand vihar                            60   15   900    Medium
                                U-BLOCK MOTHER DAIRY
                                ROAD,NEAR LAXMI NAGAR MOR BUS
97        East Zone             STAND                                  60   25   1500   Large
                                                                                                 taking park
                                                                                                 at the back
                                                                                                 of the
        Shadhara North                                                                           location into
98          Zone          241   Vardhman Plaza, Dilshad Garden         60   15   900    Medium   consideration

                                Vikas Puri Main Market near park,                                Vacant Space
99        West Zone       123   opp. A-40 & A-41                       60   15   900    Medium

                                Virender Nagar, Janakpuri, Near
100       West Zone             Virender Nagar Bus Stand               35   20   700    Small
                                                                                                 MCD Parking,
         Kalkaji South    190                                                                    Good
101          Zone               In DDA market No. 1, C R Park          60   15   900    Medium   Location
                                                                                                 MCD Parking,
         Kalkaji South    190                                                                    Good
102          Zone               In DDA market No. 2, C R Park          60   20   1200   Medium   Location
                                Opp. Aggarwal Sweets,Main Market,
         Govind Puri            Govind Puri, Near Sankat Mochan
103      Central Zone     195   Hanuman Mandir                         35   20   700    Small    Vacant Space
                                                                                                 Existing
        Shadhara East                                                                            Toilet in Bad
104         Zone          253   6 No., Pusta Road, Gaumdi Road,        60   20   1200   Medium   Condition
                                                                                                 Existing
        Paschim Vihar                                                                            Toilet in Bad
105    South West Zone    159   A- Block, Defence Colony Mkt.          40   15   600    Small    Condition
         I P Extention,
                          227   Atlantic Market Complex, I.P. Extn     60   20                   On the
           Soth Zone
106                                                                              1200   Medium   footpath
         I P Extention,
                          227   Balco Marketing Complex, I.P. Extn     35   20                   On the
           Soth Zone
107                                                                              700    Small    footpath
         Karol Bagh,
                          91    Gaffar Market, Karol Bagh              60   25
         Central Zone
108                                                                              1500   Large    DDA Parking
                                                                                                 Unauthorised
         Karol Bagh,                                                                             parking
                          91
         Central Zone           Near Birla House, Arya Samaj Road,                               taken into
109                             Karol Bagh                             80   12   960    Medium   consideration
                                                                                                 Existing
         Kalkaji South    190                                                                    Toilet in Bad
110          Zone               In Central Market DDA Flats, Kalkaji   40   15   600    Small    Condition
                                                                                                 Existing
         Kalkaji South    190   In main bus stand market DDA Flats,                              Toilet in Bad
111          Zone               Kalkaji                                60   15   900    Medium   Condition


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       Mayur Vihar East          Infront of B-block, Acharya Niketan                             Vacant Space
112         Zone           220   market, Mayur Vihar                   80   13   1040   Medium

       Mayur Vihar East          Infront of DDA Local shopping                                   Vacant Space
113         Zone           220   centre, Mayur Vihar Phase-I           60   15   900    Medium

                                 Infront of Maitri Appartment,
114      Rohini Zone       218   Chander Vihar                         60   15   900    Medium   Vacant Space
                                                                                                 Existing
        East of Kailash,
                           194   Kalkaji B-Block Market                35   16                   Toilet in Bad
          South Zone
114                                                                              560    Small    Condition

        Munirka South            L-92, Pratap Mkt., Munirka, Near                                Vacant Space
115         Zone           166   Central Handloom Emporium             40   20   800    Medium
                                                                                                 Existing
         Laxmi Nagar,
                           221   Lalita Park Vikas Marg, laxmi Nagar   60   25                   Toilet in Bad
          East Zone
116                                                                              1500   Large    Condition
         Laxmi Nagar,            Laxmi Nagar, Vikas Marg, Near M.C
                           221                                         60   15
          East Zone              Primariry School, Metro Station
117                                                                              900    Medium   Vacant Space
                                                                                                 Existing
         G.K-1 Central                                                                           Toilet in Bad
118          Zone          192   M- Block Mkt., GK, Part-1             50   15   750    Small    Condition
                                 M C primary School, Punjabi Market,
         Khyala West             Vishnu Garden, Main Chand Nagar
119         Zone           108   Road                                  60   25   1500   Large    Vacant Space

       Raja garden West          Main Chowk, Bali Nagar Mkt., Near                               On the
120          Zone          101   SBP                                   60   13   780    Medium   footpath

        Chitranjan Park                                                60   20
121      Central Zone      190   Market no-2 Near Mela Ground                    1200   Large
                                                                                                 Existing
        Khanpur South      181   Near Pipal Chowk on MB Road, close                              Toilet in Bad
122         Zone                 to Siddharth market, Khanpur          30   25   750    Small    Condition
                                                                                                 Existing
                                                                                                 Toilet in Bad
123       East Zone        217   Near Taxi Stand, West Vinod Nagar     60   15   900    Medium   Condition
         I P Extention,          Pankaj marketing Complex, Near
                           227                                         60   25                   On the
           Soth Zone             Prince Appts, I.P. Extn
124                                                                              1500   Large    footpath
                                                                                                 Unauthorised
                                 Parking Near M - Block, Market                                  parking
         Chirag Delhi            Park, G.K. IInd Opp. Dhalaw No. 25                              taken into
125      South Zone        189   M - Block Market                      60   25   1500   Large    consideration

        Shadhara South
126          Zone          227   R G Mall, I P Extension               60   20   1200   Medium   Vacant Space
          Mansarovar
         Garden, West      98    Rama Road near Shaheed Bhagat                                   On the
127          Zone                Singh Park, Mansarovar Garden         60   15   900    Medium   footpath
         Karol Bagh,             Sarai Rohilla, New Rohtak Road,
                           91                                          60   13                   On the
         Central Zone            Opp Desu Office
128                                                                              780    Medium   footpath
                                                                                                 Existing
        Munirka South            Sec-3 Mkt. R.K Puram,Opp. Senior                                Toilet in Bad
129         Zone           166   Sec. School                           30   35   1050   Medium   Condition
                                                                                                 Existing
        Munirka South                                                                            Toilet in Bad
130         Zone           166   Sec-4 Mkt., R.K Puram, Opp. PWD       30   15   450    Small    Condition
         Mansarovar                                                                              Existing
        Garden, West       98    Timber Market Kirti Nagar, near                                 Toilet in Bad
131         Zone                 Vishwakarma Park                      60   20   1200   Medium   Condition

         Zakir Nagar             Zakir Nagar, Opp. New Friends                                   On the
132      Central Zone      205   Colony, Near SBI                      60   13   780    Medium   footpath
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                      Existing toilet behind Mcdonald,                                   Existing
133                   Main market, Punjabi Bagh                70   15   1050   Medium   Toilet Block
                                                                                         Existing
                      Existing toilet next to Girdhari lal                               Toilet Block
                      Swami Park, Main market, East                                      and space
134                   Patel nagar                              50   20   1000   Medium   available

                      Existing toilet opp Fire Station, near                             Existing
135                   Rajendra Park gate, Shankar Road         60   20   1200   Medium   Toilet Block

                      main market outside Sindh Sweet                                    Existing
136                   Corner, Opp CCD, Shankar Road            45   20   900    Medium   Toilet Block
                      Main Market, outside Delite
                      Footwear, Opp Relaxo showroom,                                     Existing
137                   Shankar Road                             45   20   900    Medium   Toilet Block
                      Existing Dhalao, Outside Gate No1,
                      R K Khanna tennis Stadium,                                         Existing
138      South Zone   Safdarjung                               60   25   1500   Medium   Dhalao

                      Existing toilet, B Block Market, Opp                               Existing
139      South Zone   Bank of India, Safderjung                50   15   750    Small    Toilet Block

                      Existing Toilet, Opp Aurbindo Place                                Existing
140      South Zone   Market, Hauzkhas                         50   18   900    Medium   Toilet Block

                      Main market JNU Campus, Near Ber                                   Existing
141                   Sarai Bus Stop                           50   25   1250   Large    Toilet Block
                      Existing Toilet, "C" Block market,
                      Near Italica Restaurant, Vasant                                    Existing
142      South Zone   Vihar                                    60   20   1200   Medium   Toilet Block
                      Opp Venkateshwara College,
                      Existsing Dhalao, In front of                                      Existing
143      South Zone   Chanakya IAS Academy                     60   20   1200   Medium   Dhalao
                      B K Dutta Market, Existing Toilet,
                      Opp Metro Pillar no 415, Rajauri                                   Existing
144      West Zone    Garden                                   55   25   1375   Large    Toilet Block
                      Main market, Tagore garden
                      extension, Existing toilet, Near UCO                               Existing
145      West Zone    Bank                                     50   25   1250   Large    Toilet Block
                      Existing Toilet, Shakti Nagar
                      Roundabout, Near Sony Service                                      Existing
146      North Zone   Centre                                   65   16   1040   Medium   Toilet Block
                      Existing Toilet, Shakti Nagar
                      Roundabout, Nangia Park, opp                                       Existing
147      North Zone   Relaxo                                   55   15   825    Medium   Toilet Block

                      Dhalao opp Khalsa College, North                                   Existing
148      North Zone   Campus                                   60   20   1200   Medium   Dhalao

                      Dhalao next to Patel Chest Bus                                     Existing
149      North Zone   Stop, on road towards Kamla nagar        60   20   1200   Medium   Dhalao
                      Existing Toilet near Kamala Nagar
                      Crossing T Point, Opp Hansraj                                      Existing
150      North Zone   hostel                                   50   15   750    Small    Toilet Block

                      main Market "C" Block" Janakpuri,                                  Existing
151      West Zone    Near Water Tank                          60   18   1080   Medium   Toilet Block

                      University Road, Near School of
152                   Correspondence Office                    55   18   990    Medium   Open Space

                      Near Petrol Pump, Opp Om Sweets,                                   Existing
153                   Jail Road                                45   30   1350   Large    Toilet Block

                      Near Beekaner Sweets, Main                                         Existing
154                   Market, Tilak Nagar                      50   15   750    Small    Toilet Block
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                        Near Bindra Park, Opp Relaxo, near                               Existing
155       West Zone     Main Market, Rajauri Garden            60   15   900    Medium   Toilet Block
                        Near Saket District Centre Court,
                        Raod from District centre to Pushp
156      South Zone     Vihar                                  60   15   900    Medium   Open Space

                        Near Ganagram Hospital, Janki Devi
157      Central Zone   Mahavidyalya, Old Rajinder Nagar       65   15   975    Medium   Open Space

                        In front of Deen dayal Upadyay                                   Existing
158                     Hospital, Janak Park                   50   15   750    Small    Toilet Block

                        Main Market, near Police booth,                                  Existing
159                     Jwalaheri                              50   15   750    Small    Toilet Block

                        Arakasha Road, Near Raj Rolex                                    Existing
160      Central Zone   Hotel, Paharganj                       60   20   1200   Medium   Toilet Block
                        Paharganj Side, Opp Main Entrance,
                        abondoned Building, New Delhi
161                     Station                                                          open Space
                        Near Kamal Cinema, Existing Dhalo,
                        near Safdarjung Club, Chaudhary
                        Jhandu Singh Marg, Near Anand                                    Existing
162      South Zone     Niketan                                60   20   1200   Medium   Dhalao

                                                                                         Existing
163      South Zone     Main market, Opp Satya Niketan,        65   15   975    Medium   Toilet Block

                        Existing Toilet Block near                                       Existing
164                     Bikanerwala, Naraina Industrial Area   55   15   825    Medium   Toilet Block
                        Existing Toilet, adjacent to Park,
                        Opp Videcon Building, Jhandewalan                                Existing
165      Central Zone   Extension                              60   20   1200   Medium   Toilet Block

                        Existing Dhalao, near Qutub Hotel,                               Existing
166                     Katwaria Sarai                         60   20   1200   Medium   Toilet Block

                        Amrit kaur Market, 2nd lane, at the                              Existing
167      Central Zone   exit of passenger exit, Paharganj                 0              Dhalao



                        Amrit kaur Market, 2nd lane, at the
                        exit of goods & parcel exit,                                     Existing
168      Central Zone   Paharganj                              65   15   975    Medium   Toilet Block

                                                                                         Existing
169      Central Zone   SEWA NAGAR NEAR MARKET                 60   25   1500   Large    Toilet

                                                                                         Existing
170      Central Zone   SRI NIWASPURI NEAR FLAT                60   15   900    Medium   Toilet

                                                                                         Existing
171      Central Zone   SRI NIWASPURI NEAR REDLIGHT            60   15   900    Medium   Toilet

                        A BLOCK DEFENCE COLONY                                           Vacant
172      Central Zone   MARKET                                 40   15   600    Small    Space

                        Adjacent to Jamboree Institute,
173      Central Zone   Opposite Maharani Bagh gate no.5       60   15   900    Medium
                        BACK SIDE OF KALKAJI MANDIR
                        NEAR PRACHIN SARKATA BURV                                        Vacant
174      Central Zone   MADIR                                  60   25   1500   Large    Space

                        C Block, JJ Colony, Madanpur                                     Vacant
175      Central Zone   Khadar Ext                             35   30   1050   Medium   Space
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                        D&E MARKET(NEAR
                        VETARANARY HOSPUTAL)
                        MADANPUR KHANDAR SARITA                                          Vacant
176      Central Zone   VIHAR                                 45   20   900     Medium   Space
                        Dhalao close to Pankaj Plaza, Local
                        Shopping centre, ward no. 196,                                   Existing
177      Central Zone   Mangla Market, Kalkaji                60   15   900     Medium   Dhalao

                                                                                         Existing
178      South Zone     R K Puram Sec-3                       55   15   825     Medium   Toilet

                                                                                         Existing
179      South Zone     R.K. Puram Sec-1                      40   20   800     Medium   Toilet

                                                                                         Vacant
180      South Zone     R.K Puram Sec-12                      60   15   900     Medium   Space

                                                                                         Existing
181      South Zone     R.K. Puram SEC.- 2                    60   15   900     Medium   Toilet

                                                                                         Vacant
182      South Zone     R.K. Puram Sec-5                      60   15   900     Medium   Space
                                                                                         Existing
                        Durga Market, Maharpur, Opp. Pkt.-                               Toilet+Vacan
183       West Zone     E1, Sec-7, Rohini                     50   15   750     Medium   t Space

                        Sant Ravi Das Nayak Market                                       Vacant
184      North Zone     Jahangir Puri Main Road               65   12   780     Medium   Space

                                                                                         Existing
185      South Zone     R.K. Puram Sec-5 location 1           50   20   1000    Medium   Toilet

                                                                                         Existing
186      South Zone     R.K Puram Sec-6                       60   15   900     Medium   Toilet

                        R.K. PURAM SECTOR-7, MARKET-                                     Existing
187      South Zone     1                                     60   25   1500     Large   Toilet

                        R.K. PURAM SECTOR-7, MARKET-                                     Existing
188      South Zone     2                                     60   15   900     Medium   Toilet
                                                                                         Existing
                        OPP. SUPER BAZAR MKT, VIVEK                                      Toilet+Vacan
189       East Zone     VIHAR                                 45   13   585      Small   t Space

                                                                                         Existing
190      North Zone     Rehmaan Market, Chandni Chowk         35   30   1050    Medium   Dhalao

                        INFRONT OF COMMUNIT HALL AT                                      Vacant
191       East Zone     MAIN ROAD, JHIMIL COLONY              60   15   900     Medium   Space
                        BIHARI COLONY MAIN ROAD
                        TAJAB MILL CHOWK DURGA                                           Existing
192       East Zone     MANDIR                                60   20   1200    Medium   Toilet

                        BLOCK NO-3 TRILOKPURI,                                           Existing
193       East Zone     WIRELESS ROAD                         40   30   1200    Medium   Toilet

                                                                                         Vacant
194       East Zone     LONI ROAD GOKULPURI                   50   25   1250   Large     Space

                        GOKULPURI INFFRONT OF                                            Existing
195       East Zone     AIRCEL SHOP                           25   20   500      Small   Dhalao

                        LONI ROAD GOLE CHAKAR                                            Vacant
196       East Zone     GOKULPUR BSES YAMUNA                  40   25   1000    Medium   Space
                                                                                         Existing
                                                                                         Toilet+Vacan
197       East Zone     Sagar Market, Dilshad Garden          60   15   900     Medium   t Space
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                                                                                                              Existing
                                   Near Mangalam Hospital, Narwana                                            Toilet+Vacan
198          East Zone             Road in front of govt. school          60    15        900        Medium   t Space
                                                                                                              Existing
                                                                                                              Toilet+Vacan
199          West Zone             Angoori Bagh Market                    90    12       1080        Medium   t Space

                                   Paharganj Mrkt. opp Punjab National                                        Existing
200          West Zone             Bank                                   60    15        900        Medium   Toilet
                                   Opposite Booster Pumping Station,                                          Existing
                                   Budhela Vikaspuri adjoining park                                           Toilet+Vacan
201          West Zone             boundary                               60    20       1200        Medium   t Space

                                   Opposite Bosco Public School,                                              Existing
202          West Zone             Paschim Vihar                          60    15        900        Medium   Dhalao

                                   MANGOLPUR GAON, NEAR                                                       Vacant
203          West Zone             LAKAR MARKET                           60    15        900        Medium   Space

                                   GTB Marg, Deptt. of Education,
204      Delhi University          opposite Khalsa College                25    20        500        Small    Vacant
        Delhi University           GTB Marg, Near entry of substation,
                                   opposite Gate no. 2, Daulat Ram
205                                College                                25    20        500        Small    Vacant
        Delhi University
                                   Chattra Mgar, Near entry of parking,
206                                opposite Womens Hostel                 25    20        500        Small    Vacant
        Delhi University
                                   Chattra Marg, Near entry of Old
207                                Jubilee Hall, Publication divsion      25    20        500        Small    Vacant
        Delhi University
                                   Sudhir Bose Marg, Delhi School of
208                                Economics, near Bus Que Shelter        25    20        500        Small    Vacant
        Delhi University
                                   Vishvidyalaya Marg, Near Bus Que
209                                Shelter, 10                            25    20        500        Small    Vacant
                                   Chandni Chowk - In Existing Parking
                                   Lot (adjacent to BSES station) near
210      Chandni Chowk             Metro Station.                         35    15        525        Small    Vacant

                                   Chandni Chowk -Adjacent to HC
211      Chandni Chowk             Sen Road enroute to Metro Station      60    15        900        Medium   Vacant


212          Paharganj             Eastside of Railway station            30    15        450        Small    Vacant

213
             Paharganj             South East Near metro Station          30    15        450        Small    Vacant
                                   North East of Ajmal Khan Rd. on 
214      Karol Bagh  ‐             Arya Samaj Road.                       30    15        450        Small    Vacant


215       Karol Bagh ‐             North Side Near Gaffar Market          30    15        450        Small    Vacant




      23.2     SCHEDULE B - PROJECT AND PROJECT FACILITY – SCOPE OF WORK

      (The facilities to be designed, constructed, fabricated, installed, erected or provided by the
      Concessionaire in the Project Site are to be set out, with brief description/specifications)

      MCD has identified the location for 200 Public toilets in MCD markets and notified commercial areas
      within its jurisdiction. MCD basis its survey has categorized these sites for standardized model of design,
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    •   Primarily Small, having ground coverage of approximately 450-750 sqft (approx-30 Numbers)

    •   Medium with ground coverage of above 900 to1200 sqft (approx-150 Numbers)

    •   Large with ground coverage above1200 sqft. (approx- 20 Numbers)

MCD has worked out basic concepts and requirements for the three categories and intends the Private
participants to take up Detail Designing, Construction of 216 such Toilets for the upcoming of
Commonwealth Games. The prospective bidder is expected to provide the same facility/provisions to
construct it to the international standards by suggesting a prefab or modular structure system such that
the project can be completed before the commonwealth games.

Currently there is lack of Public amenities for Physically challenged, Old citizens, Pregnant ladies whose
requirements are much different than healthy male and female facilities. The concept visioned by MCD
has taken the same in account and have proposed separate toilets for them as per International &
National standards.

    •   Construction of Public Toilets and other infrastructure as per approved design.

    •   Provide all required infrastructure at each site to ensure proper illumination, water connection,
        waste disposal, sewerage connection, Effluent treatment, fire safety, structural safety, electricity
        connection with backup etc. The concessionaire to ensure and is responsible for providing each
        of the above facility as per the international standard and as is fit for the prestigious stature of this
        project.

    •   Operation and Maintenance of Public Toilets during Concession period through a well trained
        reputated Housekeeping agency with experience.

    •   The essential services for users to be provided by the concessionaire.

    •   Collect revenue during concession period from Advertising & commercial utilization of Permitted
        space/ area on Ground & First floor

    •   Transfer Public Toilets to MCD at the end of Concession period.

    •   The entire project shall be constructed as per the approved design and the scope of work shall
        include civil, mechanical and electrical work.
        (Incase any of the connection (water, electricity, sewer, etc) is not existing, the same shall be
        provided by the concessionaire at their costs, MCD would play a constructive role and support the
        concessionaire in getting fast approvals for connections).

    •   in addition to sites identified in the list (Schedule-A), the concessionaire is to construct one such
        Toilet Block at New Delhi Railway Station, with additional facilities for Bathrooms, provide and
        Demarcate space for G2C Kiosk (the G2C Kiosk would be provided & installed by some other
        agency) at the Ground floor in prominent location, along with all other facilities being provided in

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        the project. The concessionaire to also provide large Signage on top of the entire building façade
        (all around) with message translated in four languages (Hindi, English, Punjabi & Urdu), of the
        message content provided by MCD.

23.3    SCHEDULE C- PROJECT COMPLETION SCHEDULE

        (The Project Completion Schedule as agreed to with the Concessionaire would        need to be set
        out here).



   S.No.     Project Milestone         Date for Completion        The Project Completion Schedule submitted by
                                                                  the Concessionaire with the Technical Proposal
                                                                  is attached herewith




(Please refer to the Project Schedule to be submitted in the Technical Bid.)




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23.4    SCHEDULE D - PROJECT IN CHARGE'S ROLE/SERVICES (Implementation Period)

                                             TERMS OF REFERENCE

1.      OBJECTIVES

        The Project in charge shall be required to:

        (i)       Act independently on behalf of both MCD and the Concessionaire to review and monitor
                  all activities associated with Construction to ensure compliance with provisions of the
                  Concession Agreement.

        (ii)      Visit, inspect and report to Steering Group on various aspects of the project and carry out
                  all such activities as are provided in the Concession Agreement. Without prejudice to
                  this, the scope of services of the Project in charge shall be as specified in paras 2 to 4
                  below.

The Project in charge shall have no authority to relieve the Concessionaire of any of its duties or to
impose additional obligations other than those expressly provided in the Concession Agreement.

2.      SCOPE OF SERVICES

2.1     Pre-implementation Period

        (i)       Review the Project Report prepared by the Concessionaire.

        (ii)      Review the Implementation Schedule submitted by the Concessionaire.

        (iii)     Review of Construction drawings prepared by the Concessionaire for the Construction of
                  various components of the Project Facility in accordance with provisions of the
                  Concession Agreement.

2.2    Implementation Period

        (i)       Monitor quality assurance and quality control during Implementation period.

        (ii)      Monitor    that the    Construction   work    is   carried   out   in   accordance   with   the
                  Specifications and Standards and Good Industry Practice.

        (iv)      Identify   delays     in     completion      and   recommend       to   the   Steering   Group/
                  Concessionaire the remedial measures to expedite the progress.

        (v)       Review "As Built" drawings of the works prepared by the Concessionaire.

        (vi)    Review the safety measures provided by the Concessionaire.

        (vii) Supervise and monitor the Tests for Conformity as provided in the Concession Agreement

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            (viii)   Issue Provisional Completion Certificate(s) or the Completion Certificate, as the case may
                       be, in accordance with the provisions of the Concession Agreement.

            (ix)       Review and approve the Maintenance Manual prepared by the Concessionaire.

3.          INTERACTION WITH STEERING GROUP

            The Project in charge shall interact with the Steering Group on a regular basis.

4.          REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

            The Project in charge shall prepare and submit to the Steering Group three copies and to the
            Concessionaire two copies each of the following reports.

            (a)        Implementation Period Monthly Progress Report

            (b)        Various other reports as provided in the Concession Agreement such as Completion
                       Report.

5           PERIOD OF SERVICES

            The period of services shall be the Implementation Period.




23.5        SCHEDULE E – MCD’S ENGINEER’S ROLE/SERVICES (Operations Period)

                                             TERMS OF REFERENCE

1.          OBJECTIVES

     The MCD’s Engineer shall be required to:

     (i)          To review and monitor all activities associated with operation and maintenance to ensure
                  compliance with provisions of the Concession Agreement.

     (ii)         Visit, inspect and report to Steering Group on various aspects of the project and carry out all
                  such activities as are provided in the Concession Agreement. Without prejudice to this, the
                  scope of services of the MCD’s Engineer shall be as specified in paras 2 to 4 below.

     The MCD’s Engineer shall have no authority to relieve the Concessionaire of any of its duties or to
     impose additional obligations other than those expressly provided in the Concession Agreement.

2.          SCOPE OF SERVICES

            (i)        Review schedules of various operations and maintenance activities.

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       (ii)    Review    and   ensure    compliance    with   Maintenance     programme     and      minimum
               maintenance requirements.

       (iii)   Periodically review and inspect the project.

3.     INTERACTION WITH STEERING GROUP

       The MCD’s Engineer shall interact with the Steering Group on a regular basis.

4.     REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

       The MCD’s Engineer shall prepare and submit to the Steering Group three copies and to the
       Concessionaire two copies of Periodical Inspection Report

5      PERIOD OF SERVICES

       The period of services shall be the Operations Period.

23.6   SCHEDULE F

       Drawings of all sizes of Toilets as mentioned in the scope of work




23.7   SCHEDULE G - SPECIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS OF PROJECT AND PROJECT
       FACILITY

1)     The Public Toilets are to be constructed/ installed as per the submitted & approved drawings,
       complete with proper tiling, flooring, electrical fittings, sanitary fittings, and plumbing etc. The
       CONCESSIONAIRE shall not display, exhibit, sale, provide service, store products, any
       picture/poster/statue or other articles in any part of the premises that are repugnant to the general
       standards of morality. The CONCESSIONAIRE expressly agrees that the decision of the MCD in
       this regard shall be conclusive and binding on the CONCESSIONAIRE

2)     All the necessary electrical fitting fixtures used shall be of standard specifications and the work
       shall be got done through licensed electrician/wireman having a certificate to this effect.

3)     All the necessary sanitary fitting fixtures shall be used of standard specifications and the work
       shall be got done through approved licensed plumber having a certificate to this effect. The
       fixtures should be leak proof.

4)     Water Supply: The water supply must be adequate, clean & safe, for Drinking, cooking etc. &
       Flushing of toilets may use a non-drinking (non-potable) water supply. The lines must be clearly
       marked so they are not mistaken for and connected to the drinking water supply.

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5)    Plumbing: All plumbing must be sized, installed, and maintained according to the highest
      specification in IS codes 2007, or CPWD. The drinking (potable) water supply must be protected
      from contamination. Installing and maintaining devices to prevent backflow and back siphonage
      at all fixtures and equipment is necessary if there is no air gap. An air gap must be at least twice
      the diameter of the water supply inlet between the water supply inlet and the fixture’s flood level
      rim. If hoses are used, the faucets must have a backflow prevention device.

6)    Sewage and Waste Water Disposal: Sewage and waste water must be disposed of as follows:

      •           In a public sewerage system regulated by the Department of Sanitation, or

      •           In an onsite sewage disposal system (e.g., a septic tank) regulated relevant IS & CPWD
                  and environmental pollution codes. Grease traps or grease interceptors must be installed
                  on the public sewerage system serving the site.

7)    In case sub standard/defective material is used the same shall be replaced by the
      CONCESSIONAIRE at its own cost. In case of any dispute in this regard decision of MCD shall
      be final.

8)    The floor surfaces shall be made of easy to clean non-slip surfaces, evenly sloped to assist
      cleaning & drainage. Floor surfaces must be smooth, nonabsorbent and easy to clean. Floor
      drains are necessary in all toilets receiving flush or flood type cleaning and where normal
      operations release water or other liquid waste on the floor. These floors must be graded to drain
      effectively and the wall and floor junctures must be covered. The building must be constructed to
      prevent the entrance of vermin by using methods like: sealing walls, floors, ceilings; tight fitting
      doors and windows; proper screening (at least 16 mesh to an inch), protecting air vents, and
      other similar preventive techniques to make the establishment insect and rodent proof. Insect
      control devices must be installed.

9)    The wall tiles should be scratch & chip resistant.

10)   The CONCESSIONAIRE shall ensure that each Toilet displays a sign saying “Maintained by
      _____________for MCD along with the logo

11)   The Concessionaire shall obtain a completion certificate MCD

12)   The bidder shall submit a programme supported with BAR Chart for Construction of PTUs in a
      phased manner so as to cause least inconvenience to the public.

13)   Entire color scheme and samples of the materials shall be got approved prior to use in the
      Construction of PTUs.

14)   In case of any dispute regarding specifications, the relevant IS code The Steering committee can
      decide on the product quality The minimum material specifications shall be as under:


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Accessible toilets

A minimum of one toilet compartment should have enough floor space for wheelchair users to enter and
exit.

• Clear floor space 2000mm x 1750mm (with diaper changing table)

• Provide a door of clear opening of at least 900mm with the door swing outwards or be folding or sliding
type.

• Should have slip resistant flooring.

• Be provided with a horizontal pull bar at least 600mm long on the inside and 140mm long on the
outside, at a height of 700mm.

Door in accessible toilet

Should provide a clear opening of 900mm.

• Be fitted with a lever action locks and D-handles of circular section, between 850mm and 1100mm from
floor level.

• Also be fitted with vision panels at least between 900mm and 1500mm from floor level.

• Be color contrasted with the surrounding wall and should not be heavier than 22N to open.

• A distance of 450mm-600mm should be provided beyond the leading edge of door to enable a
wheelchair user to maneuver and to reach the handle.

• Kick plates are recommended 300mm from the bottom, to resist wear and tear.




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WATER CLOSET (WC)

Have clear space of not less than 1200mm wide in front of the water closet.

• Be located between 460mm to 480mm from the centerline of the WC to the adjacent wall and have a
clear dimension of 900mm from the edge of the WC to the rear wall to facilitate side transfer.

• The top of the WC to be 475-490mm from the floor.

• Have a back support.

• Grab bars at the rear and the adjacent wall. On the transfer side- swing away/up type and on the wall
side L-shape grab bars should be provided.

WASHBASIN

• Be of dimensions 520mm and 410mm, so mounted that the top edge is between 700mm- 800mm from
the floor; have a knee space of at least 760mm wide by 200mm deep by 650mm- 680mm high.

• Lever type handles for taps are recommended.

• Mirror’s bottom edge to be 900-1000mm from the floor and the mirror may be inclined at an angle.


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URINALS

• At least one of the urinals should have grab bars; installed on each side and in the front of the urinal to
support ambulant persons with disabilities (for example, crutch users).

• The front bar is to provide chest support; the sidebars are for the user to hold on to while standing.

• Urinals shall be stall-type or wall-hung, with an elongated rim at a maximum of 430mm above the finish
floor.

• A clear floor space 760mm by 1220mm should be provided in front of urinals to allow forward approach.

• Urinal shields (that do not extend beyond the front edge of the urinal rim) may be provided with 735 mm
clearance between them.

Accessible toilet should have a switch near the WC (one at 300mm and the other at 900mm from the
floor level), which activates an emergency audio alarm (at the attendants desk, etc.).

All toilets to have pictogram (male in triangle and female in circle), marked on plates along with Braille &
raised alphabets, put on wall next to door, for the benefit of the persons with vision impairment.

A distinct audio sound (beeper/clapper) may be installed above the entrance door for identification of
the toilets.

LIGHTING

It is recommended that the toilet design incorporate the use of as much natural lighting as possible (e.g.,
skylights and other passive design features). Lighting fixtures must be mounted above pedestrian reach,
and be resistant to insect infestation and vandalism. Lighting should be consistent and even to enhance
safety.

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FLOORING

The use of non slip tiles or other floor coatings that are easy to clean and vandal resistant are
recommended. (Not just concrete) Floors should slope slightly to an internal drain to reduce water
pooling.




INDIAN STANDARDS :

1. IS : 1077 – 1992 :                   Common burnt clay building bricks(5th Revision)

2. IS : 1200(Part III) – 1976 :         Method of measurement of building and Civil Engineering Works
                                        – Brick work (3rd Revision)

3. IS : 2212-1991 :                     Code of Practice for Brick Work. (1st Revision)

4. IS : 3102 – 1971 :                   Classifications of burnt clay solid bricks

5. IS : 3495 (Part I to IV 1992 :        Methods of tests on burnt clay building Bricks (3rd Revision)

6. IS : 6042 – 1969 :                   Code of practice for construction of light weight concrete block
                                        masonry.

7. IS : 3466 – 1988 :                   Specification for masonry cement (2nd Revision Amendment
                                        No.1)

8. IS : 4111 (Part I)- 1986 :           Code of Practice for ancillary structures in sewerage system.
                                        Part I – Manholes - Ist Revision

9. IS :4111(Part II)-1985 :              -do- Part II – Flushing Tanks. 1st Revision

10. IS :4111(Part III)-1985 :           -do- Part II – Flushing Tanks. 1st Revision

11. IS : 1742 - 1983 :                  Code of Practice for Building Drainage.

12. IS : 1172 – 198 :                   Basic requirements for water supply,drainage and sanitation.

13. IS : 12339 (Part I)-1990 :          Specification for Mild steel tubes, tubular and other wrought steel
                                        fittings. Part I – Mild steel tubes.

14 IS : 3114-1985 :                     Code of Practice for laying of cast iron pipes.

15. IS : 4127-1983 :                    Code of Practice for laying of stoneware pipes.

16. IS : 2470(Part I)-1985 :            Code of Practice for septic tank installation Part I – Design
                                        criteria and construction.

17. IS : 9758 – 1981 :                  Flush valves and fittings for water closets and urinals.

18. IS : 2326-1987 :                    Automatic flushing cisterns for urinals



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19. IS : 774-1984 :                       Flushing cisterns for water closets and urinals (other than plastic
                                          cisterns).

20. IS : 1726(Part I) – 1991 :            Cast Iron manhole covers and frames Part I – General
                                          requirements.

21. IS : 1795 – 1982 :                    Pillar taps for water supply purpose

22. IS : 5455-1969 :                      Steps for manholes, cast iron

23. IS : 782-1978 :                       Caulking lead

24. IS : 781 – 1984 :                     Cast copper alloy screw down bib taps and stop valves for water
                                          services.

25. IS : 775-1970 :                       Cast iron brackets and supports for wash basins and sinks.

26. IS : 1703-2000 :                      Waterfitting – Copper alloy flot valves (Horizontal plunger type)-
                                          specification

27. IS : 4885-2000 :                      Unplasticized PVC pipes for potable water supplies )
                                          Specification (III rd Revision)- Gr.9

The above mentioned I.S. Specifications and Codes of Practice have been indicated for general guidance
as minimum laid down specifications. The Concessionaire is free to choose higher specifications and
better technology than proposed.

Works to comply with local byelaws / regulations:

All Services work such as Electrical works, sanitary installations, water supply and drainage work shall
conform to the local / Municipal Byelaws and/or rules and regulations of local bodies. The
Concessionaire shall be responsible for the adequacy and efficient performance of the entire plumbing
system

The Concessionaire shall arrange with the local / Municipal Authorities for obtaining temporary and
permanent Electricity, water and drainage connections and pay the statutory charges and deposits for
permanent connections to the local / Municipal Authorities.

Setting Out:

The Concessionaire shall set out all construction, structural, Services infrastructure including but not
excluding, electrical wiring, earthing, ducting, conduiting, trenching, drainage, soil, waste and water pipe
lines and other fittings and fixtures in accordance with the drawings and instructions of the Project in
charge (PIC). The Concessionaire shall be responsible for the correctness of the above and any
inaccuracies are to be rectified at his own expenses. He will be responsible for taking levels at site before
setting out and putting them on record.

Work Programme:

The Concessionaire shall complete the work so as to ensure that no damage or breakage is caused to
the work once it is completed. The service works including but not limited to all electrical works, sanitary
works, water supply works and drainage works shall be so programmed as not to hold up the work of

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other agencies. The work shall be carried out through a licensed plumber/ electricians/ technicians/
engineers/ etc. The Concessionaire shall obtain all necessary permission from the various authorities
having jurisdiction and shall apply and file all drawings required for obtaining permission and for
satisfactory completion of work. He shall arrange at his costs the tests, and obtain the certificates. The
Concessionaire, at his own cost, shall get the work inspected and approved by the various local
authorities concerned. The concessionaire shall cover cost of materials, labor, tools, implements,
scaffolding, supervision, checking adequacy and efficient performance of the system, testing, applying
and obtaining approvals from local authorities concerned, cutting holes, chases and making good, testing
of the completed system, etc. and also for providing, fixing arrangements, such as clamps, brackets,
wooden blocks etc. wherever required and/or stipulated.

The scope also include restoration to original condition of all damages to roads, footpaths, works of other
agencies, etc. caused during the process of fixing of electrical wire or sewage trenching, sanitary
installations, water supply and drainage, to the entire satisfaction of the PIC. All debris due to excavation,
etc. shall be removed away from site, as directed by the PIC, at concessionaire’s cost.

In the interior of the building, all pipes, conduits, whether PVC, MS, cast iron, galvanized iron, or lead,
shall be embedded in an approved manner in chases made in walls or floors, if so required by the PIC.

All water supply and sanitary fixtures, pipes and pipe fittings, traps, etc. which are to be embedded into
concrete or masonry work or other building work shall be placed in position and embedded/ concealed at
the time of casting concrete or erecting brickwork. In case where chasing or cutting of concrete, masonry
or other structural or construction work is unavoidable, the location of such fittings, pipe lines and traps,
etc. shall be marked suitably and the cutting, chasing or disturbing of the construction work, shall proceed
only after approval of the PIC. All cutting, chasing and fixing work shall be completed before
commencement of any plastering, tiling or finishing work.




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S    Item description                 Minimum specifications
no

1    Brick work                       As per cpwd norms

                                      The light weight block shall be of Siporex (India) manufacture or
2    Light weight concrete block
                                      Equivalent. The blocks shall have thickness of 200 mm, 150 mm, 100 mm for load bearing walls,
                                      partitions and cladding work, etc. The blocks shall have a maximum density of 640 kg / cu.m. Or
                                      less.
                                      A) Compressive Strength : The light weight concrete block shall have
                                      A minimum compressive strength of 35 kg / sq.cm.
                                      B) Bending Compression : 15 kg / sq.cm.

3    Flooring                         Acid and alkali resistant ceramic tile of 10mm thickness laid on 20 mm thick cement mortar (1
                                      cement : 4 coarse sand). The joints to be grouted with alkali & acid resisting cement


4    Internal wall cladding           Ceramic tiles of min 5 mm thickness such as nitco, somany kajaria or equivalent on 12 mm thick
                                      plaster 1:3 and jointed with white cement slurry and matching pigment.

5    External wall cladding           Brick finish tiles, red sandstone tiles or as specified in the drawings

6    Wcs, toilets & washbasins        Made of white vitreous china conforming to is:7231

7    Cistern                          Pvc flushing cistern with manually controlled device

8    Storage tank                     Polyethylene water storage tank isi: 12701

9    Taps, stop cocks angle valves    Ptmt (engineering thermoplastic) fittings of prayag or equivalent make.
     etc.

10   Particle board                   Conforming to is:12823

11   Electrical wiring & fittings     All items to conform to bis standards

     Stoneware pipes and fittings :   Stoneware pipes and fittings shall be of approved quality and make
12
                                      And shall comply with is : 651 in every respect. All stoneware pipes, bends, gully traps and sewer
                                      traps shall be of the best salt glazed variety, glazed inside as well as outside, hard, smooth, even
                                      textured, free from fire cracks or hair cracks, blow holes, blisters and crazing. The pipes shall be
                                      truly circular in cross section, perfectly straight and of standard nominal diameter.
     Cast iron pipes for drainage     Pipes shall be centrifugally spun cast iron pipes of Class LA Conforming to IS : 1536 – 1976.
13

     Cast iron soil, waste, vent      Cast iron soil, waste and vent pipes and fitting shall be conforming to IS : 3989.
14
     pipes & fittings :
     Lead pipes :                     All lead pipes shall be hydraulically drawn and shall have equal Substance throughout conforming to
15
                                      IS : 404 – 1962,
     G.I. Pipes & Fittings            The pipes shall be of class specified in the Schedule of Quantities.
16
                                      They shall be of galvanized mild steel, seamless or welded or screwed and socketed conforming to
                                      the requirements of IS : 1239 – 1979. They shall be of approved make and quality. All G.I. fittings
                                      shall be mild steel tubular or wrought steel fittings of approved best Indian make.
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                                      To conform to cpwd norms133 bis standards
    Unless otherwise specified, galvanized iron pipes and pipe fittings shall be of ‘C’ class conforming of
    IS:1239 and shall be got tested by the concessionaire, if so required by the local regulatory body and the
    PIC, at the concessionaire’s cost.



    23.8    SCHEDULE H - MAINTENANCE STANDARDS FOR HIGH-END TOILETS

    • The Toilets need to be maintained and operated to the optimum level by a reputated Housekeeping
      Agency, the maintenance must include the following but is not limited to them:The toilets shall be open
      to public from 9AM to 9PM for usage or as per the Market opening & closing time. This includes
      regular cleaning of the Toilets, functioning of other amenities, At the facility located at the New Delhi
      Railway Station premises, it may be required to keep it open for longer duration, even for 24 hrs. The
      decision of MCD in this regard shall be final.

    • Dedicated Operations Team, for active monitoring of security and maintenance services on a daily
      basis.

    • Water must be always available for flushing and washing.                .

    • All fittings and fixtures are to be always maintained in fully functional condition.

    • The surroundings areas are to be kept cleaned at all times.

    • Proper drainage is to be maintained and no accumulation of water, liquid etc. is to be allowed.

    • All structural members, sanitary fittings are to be inspected and maintained in good condition as per
      Good Industry Practices.

    • Broken floor and wall tiles are to be replaced within 7 days of such event.

    • The staff for maintenance and cleaning should be courteous toward the users and assist handicapped
      and old age users. The staff will always be in uniform as approved by the MCD

    • Security of all assets is to be ensured by the Concessionaire

    A round the clock mobile service van should be provided for attending to electric, plumbing and
    cleanliness related complaints

    Minimum Standards for Maintenance & Cleaning of PublicToilets

    The Concessionaire Housekeeping team shall carry out the following operations at the frequency
    specified:

    Continually

•      Collect litter, refuse, leaves and other debris both throughout the interior of the building and outside
       including from any shrubbery or garden area and from any entrance ways, and/or steps which service
       the toilet and three metres beyond these features. All such litter, refuse or debris shall be removed


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      from the site daily and disposed of at sites agreed between the Concessionaire and the MCD. All
      waste disposal arrangements and charges, shall be the responsibility of the Concessionaire.

    Two Hourly

•     Ensure all toilet seats are clean and dry. To maintain the acceptable standard, check sanitary ware,
      floors, etc., clean all soiled areas using the approved cleaner/descaler or hard surface cleaner as
      appropriate and disinfect. Disinfect around all sanitary ware and washbasins.

•     Replenish soaps, channel blocks etc as necessary. Refill soap dispensers where required and wipe
      clean. Empty and disinfect any containers.

•     Spray deodorant throughout interior of the building sufficient to mask unpleasant odours.

    Daily

•     Check operation of cisterns and taps (where no electronic water flow control units are fitted, taps over
      and controlling urinal cisterns should be regulated to operate the flush each 25 minutes
      approximately).

•      Check pipe work for leaks. Where possible repair leaks, leaks that cannot be repaired shall be
      reported within one hour to the Supervising Officer.

•     Use drain rods if necessary to attempt clearance of any blockage between pans, urinals and nearest
      inspection chamber. If cleared, report the occurrence to the Supervising Officer as soon as possible
      but not later than 10.00 hours on the working day following the day on which the blockage was
      cleared. If not cleared, lock the section(s) affected and PHONE report to the Supervising Officer within
      one hour.

•     Clean off all surfaces of sanitary ware using an approved sanitary cleaner/descaler with particular
      attention to the reduction of any encrustations found (difficult instances shall be reported to and
      discussed with the Supervising Officer).

•     'Standing areas' of urinals shall be treated with an approved sanitary cleaner/descaler and washed
      down.

•     Wash floors throughout using an approved hard surface cleaner. Use squeegee to leave a dry non
      slippery surface.

•     Wash down all walls and partitions using an approved hard surface cleaner. Damp wipe doors using a
      diluted disinfectant solution.

•     Wipe clean any ledges, fittings, pipe work and any other surfaces where dust/dirt may accumulate.
      Any brass or copper pipe work and fittings shall be polished to a bright finish.

•     Sweep any entrance ways, subways and/or steps which service the toilet.

•     Clean graffiti, painting over where necessary from all surfaces both inside and outside of the building
      taking care to avoid damage to the surface beneath.

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•      Remove cobwebs and obvious dust collections from ceilings.

•      Wash windows and frames both inside and outside.

•      Apply approved cleaner to brass and copper pipe work and fittings and polish to a shining finish.

•      Apply approved polish to hardwood doors and fittings and polish.

•      Clean out rainwater gutters and downpipes and remove debris from roof. It is the Concessionaire's
       responsibility to inspect and carry out these preventive works to ensure the free flow of water to
       drainage.

    Disabled Facility (accessible toilets)–

    • Disabled / baby care facility shall be cleaned as part of the toilet as detailed in sub clauses above. In
       addition, following each usage, the attendant shall ensure that the facility is left in a clean condition,
       any soiled or debris removed and the door locked.

    CLEANING PERFORMANCE STANDARDS

    Sweeping and Dusting

    • Floors shall be clean and free of dirt streaks and there will be no dirt remaining in corners, behind
      doors, or where the dirt is picked up with the dustpan after the sweeping operation. Wads of gum, tar,
      and other sticky substance will have been removed from the area. Grills and woodwork will be dust-
      free after dusting. There will not be any spots or smudges on the wall surfaces, caused by touching
      the wall with the treated dust cloth.

    Polishing and Wall Spotting

    • Doorknobs push bars, kick plates, railings, doors and other surfaces will be clean and polished to an
      acceptable luster. Drinking fountains will be cleaned and free of stains. The wall surfaces around the
      drinking fountains will be free of water spots and streaks. Wall surfaces up to a standing height will be
      free of finger marks, smudges, and other dirt spots of any kinds.

    Mopping

    • Lobby and entrance doors will be free of loose and/or caked dirt particles and will present an overall
      appearance of cleanliness after the mopping operation. Walls, baseboards, and other surfaces will be
      free of watermarks, scars from the cleaning equipment striking the surfaces, and splashing from the
      cleaning solution and rinse water. All surfaces will be dry and the corners and crevices clean after
      mopping.

    Cleaning of Sanitary Receptacles

    • All sanitary receptacles will be empty except for a new “liner”. All sanitary receptacles will be free of
      spots, stains, and finger marks. All sanitary receptacles will be free of odors. All porcelain surfaces of
      washbasins, toilets, and urinals will be free of dust, dirt, spots, and stains. The wall surfaces will be
      free of spots and smears. All toilet seats will be left in raised position after cleaning. They will be free
      of spots and stains, and the seat hinges will be free of mold. The plumbing fixtures will be free of mold
      and water stains.
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Cleaning of Supply Dispensers, Tile Walls, Stall Partitions, Doors, Shelves, Mirrors and Floors

    •     All supply dispensers will be clean and free of finger marks and water spots. All shelves and shelf
          brackets will be free of gum, dust, fingerprints, water stains, smudges and other soil. All mirrors
          should be free of streaks, smudges, water spots, dust; lipstick smudges, and should not be
          cloudy. Walls, stall partitions, and doors will be free of hand marks, dust, pencil marks, lipstick
          smudges, water streaks, mop marks, and mold. Floors (especially in corners) will be free of dirt
          and dust, gum, grease, black marks, loose paper, water, mop stains, and strings. Particular
          attention should be given to area under urinal.

Provision of Materials

The Concessionaire shall supply all materials, including consumables such as soap, etc., required
throughout the performance of the Service and shall include for the provision of such materials in his cost
of maintenance. The Supervising Officer reserves the right to refuse the use of any chemicals on
environmental grounds.

All disposable paper products e.g. toilet rolls, toweling covers in baby changing areas, etc. shall contain
100% post consumer waste recycled paper. Ideally this should contain the maximum possible percentage
of low-grade paper waste. The selection of appropriate cleaning agents shall seek to minimize the impact
of those agents on the environment.

The storage of any materials or equipment within the toilets shall be within the areas designated by the
Supervising Officer. These areas shall be kept clean and tidy and free from rubbish. All chemicals shall
be stored with due regard to any Health and Safety legislation requirements and in accordance with
manufacturer's instructions.

Reporting

(A) Reporting of Faults - The Concessionaire shall react to faults in one of the following two ways:

    1. Any fault not deemed to cause danger to the public or to affect the normal operation of the toilet
       (e.g. missing toilet seat, missing toilet roll holder, a light not working, etc.) shall be reported, on
       the appropriate form, to the Supervising Officer as soon as possible but not later than 10.00 hours
       on the working day following the day on which the fault was first noticed.

    2. Any fault deemed likely to cause danger to the public or affect the normal operation of the toilet
       (e.g. burst water pipe, blocked foul drain outlet which cannot be cleared, extensive vandalism,
       etc.) shall necessitate the following :

   (i)    immediate action to minimize the fault (e.g. turn off water supply at stop tap);

   (ii)   Locking the toilet or Section of toilet; reporting the fault to the Supervising Officer within one hour,
          confirming the action on the appropriate form as soon as possible but not later than 10.00 hours
          on the working day following the day on which the fault was first noticed.

(B) Daily Reporting

The Concessionaire shall provide a daily report to the Supervising Officer for the previous day, preferably
electronically, in the format to be specified. Typical information will contain incidents of graffiti, drug
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related litter, time of opening and closing, etc. The daily report shall be provided by 12 noon and the
format shall not be changed without the agreement of the Supervising Officer.

Maintenance

The Concessionaire shall carry out all major or minor repairs to fixtures and fittings. These shall be
carried out immediately where practicable or by no later than the following working day. No additional
payments shall be made for the provision of this service and the Concessionaire shall include for this
within his cost. Repairs include but are not limited to:-

     (i) Ensuring that fixtures and fittings are secured (e.g. toilet roll holders, door locking bolts etc);

     (ii) Repair and adjustment of W.C. flush linkages (excluding providing replacement parts);

               a. Renewing and refitting missing or broken cistern chains and cables;

               b. Tightening unions to stem water leaks.

               c.   Provide and fit new toilet seat

     (iii) Provide and fit new toilet roll holder.

     (iv) Provide and fit new light bulbs and fluorescent tubes.

Opening and Closing of Toilets

The Concessionaire shall lock Public toilets overnight (after 10PM) and unlocked every morning (8AM) in
accordance with the details given below:

Before locking the toilet the Concessionaire shall:-

(i) Inspect for any faults which require immediate attention (e.g. burst water pipe) and take appropriate
     action to alleviate the immediate problem (e.g.turn off water supply at stop tap). If the Concessionaire
     is unable to immediately alleviate the problem he shall contact the Supervising Officer within one hour
     of discovering the fault. The toilet shall remain closed until the fault is rectified. Any action taken shall
     be reported to the Supervising Officer on the appropriate form by not later than 10.00 hours on the
     working day following the day on which the fault was noticed.

(ii) Ensure that no persons or animal are left inside the building;

(iii) Turn off all lighting.

When opening the toilet the Concessionaire shall turn on the lights as necessary and carry out the
inspection detailed in earlier Sub Clauses.

Safety while maintenance

The Concessionaire shall carry out his operations generally in a safe and workmanlike manner including
the provision of warning signs notifying the public of any cleaning operations in progress.

Non-attended toilets shall be closed throughout the duration of cleaning operations and a suitable
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Attended toilets shall, where practicable, be cleaned in such a manner as to allow continued usage by the
public. Where part of the toilet is being cleaned an appropriate warning sign shall be displayed. Where it
is necessary to close the toilet for cleaning an appropriate warning sign shall be displayed at the entrance
to the toilet.

Where the use of warning signs is specified such signs shall be approved by the Supervising Officer
before use.

Unacceptable Methods

Methods of cleaning which would impair safe working arrangements or give rise to nuisance or damage to
members of the public, private property or inconvenience to residents are unacceptable. The
Concessionaire shall, at the direction of the Supervising Officer, investigate all unacceptable methods
reported to the Supervising Officer and, if appropriate, discipline any employee undertaking such methods
or any dangerous practice.

Complaints

The Concessionaire shall receive all complaints and maintain a record of same for regular inspection by
the MCD. The concessionaire must take a toll free number for addressing and receiving complaints from
the public. The Concessionaire shall deal with such complaints in a prompt, courteous and efficient
manner and the Concessionaire shall notify the Supervising Officer forthwith of how and when the
complaint was resolved. Complaints received by or referred shall be investigated by the Supervising
Officer who, in appropriate cases, can invoke the default provision.

Temporary Closure of Toilets

Where a toilet is closed temporarily (e.g. for repairs or renovations) there shall be no reduction in the
payment made by the Concessionaire. The Concessionaire shall ensure that no Public Toilet remains
close more than a week, post which the MCD can penalize him.

Supervision

The Concessionaire shall provide sufficient supervision in order to ensure the Service isbeing carried out
to the satisfaction of the MCD, such supervision shall be available during all times that the Contract is in
operation.

Statutory Requirements

It is important that the Concessionaire fully understands the statutory duties, because it will be incumbent
upon the Concessionaire to carry out the Service in accordance with those statutory requirements on
behalf of the MCD. Any penalties prescribed by law and any consequential costs resulting from the
Concessionaire failing to carry out those statutory duties shall be paid by the Concessionaire.

Payments shall be deducted from any monies due to the Concessionaire, or recovered the same as a
debt from the Concessionaire.

The Concessionaire shall be expected to acquaint himself and comply with the provisions of any relevant
legislation concerned with the operation of the services within this Specification. Particular attention is
drawn to the following:

(i) Public Health
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(ii) Health and Safety at Work etc.

(iv) The Environmental Impact & Protection

(v) Water conservation & recycling

(vi) The Environmental Pollution Prevention

(vii) Disposal of waste

which are specifically concerned with the Service within this Specification.

23.9 SCHEDULE I - PARTICULARS OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE.

  Name & address of the Lender                Nature and Amount of Financing Assistance




IN WITNESS WHEREOF THE PARTIES HERETO HAVE SET THEIR HANDS HEREUNTO ON THE
DAY, MONTH AND YEAR HEREINABOVE MENTIONED.

SIGNED AND DELIVERED ON BEHALF OF

M/S. __________________________________________ Concessionaire)

BY: _________________________________

SIGNED AND DELIVERED

ON BEHALF OF THE

LENDERS SETFORTH IN SCHEDULE I

BY:_________________________________

Name:




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Designation :




23.10

Pursuant to the resolutions passed by its Board of Directors
in this behalf of the............................................

SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED

For and on behalf of M/s.__________________________________________

by the hand of:

(Signature)

(Name)

(Designation)

Pursuant to the resolutions passed by its Board of Directors
in this behalf of the............................................

SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED

For and on behalf of M/s._________________________________________by the hand of:

(Signature)

(Name)

(Designation)

Pursuant to the resolutions passed by its Board of Directors
in this behalf on the...........................................

I the presence of.

1)

2)




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